Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00066
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00066
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Violent storms and floods, following ..rN
'the pattern of destructive

weather in March dealt death y DONALD NORTH
widespread damage misery and p z TALLAHASSEE (AP) A

inconvenience to thousands in a # lr losing gamble on constructionbids Stringing
the eastern half of the nation f yr I@ s for a $1.25 million classroom o

today. building at the University
The storm pattern covered of Florida brought the wrathof Them

nearly all types of precipitation.And a uti Fg Secretary of State Tom Ad-
tornadoes swept areas in t- ams down upon the University AlongHansel ?
Mississippi and Alabama killing Board of Control today.

three persons. Galelike winds, ; r. and Gretel dropped
rain and hail lashed areas in the 6 f 4iy Ryw Adams severely scolded the crumbs.
ti/,' @ board's architects for
southland. y 4Ry % k taking an
Floods drove thousands from ; estimater's professional opin- They use string at the court-

their homes in four states, most A ', ion on how big the building house.
of them in the rain-stricken a d ? oAF could be designed instead of relying Workers in the tax collector's

I r I Ohio River valley. Many high- q upon its own work. < office were doubled up this

,I ways and roads were inundated. The estimate brought bids morning watching the passingscene.
Bridges were washed out. Many $226,000 over the amount of .
schools were forced to close. The money available for construc- People walking through the !

Red Cross and National Guardsmen / tion and forced the Cabinet to -
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aided in evacuation.The decide today to readvertisewith
turbulent weather in the Communications options designed to reducethe building kept tripping aver a
South set off more torrential FiguresAdvertising cost of the building. thin white string stretched froma
I). rains in the Ohio River valley. trash can outside the office
; An intense storm centered over and public relations men had their day at the University of Florida today. Rae,Weimer (right) director Hopes were that the facility north and down the hall to
i. Kentucky and rain splashed the of the School of Journalism and Communications, welcomed Franklyn Hawkins (next to Weimer), advertising greatly needed by the Univer- the county judge's office.
f region for the fifth day this manager of Libby-Owens-Ford Glass Co. in Toledo and John M. Fuhrman (far left) of Carl Byoir and Associates, sity's burgeoning student pop "We keep getting people lost
r l. month. Weather Bureau officials New York. Presiding over the morning panel of today's final Comm Week program was George Bennett, UF journ- ulation, still could be ready trying< to direct them to the
said the rain may end in many alism professor. for classes beginning in the fall judge's office to get their drivers -
areas today. of 1965. licenses," Tax Collector

Snow sleet and rain hit areas "How in the world did we Shellie McKinney laughed.He .
\ from Oklahoma and Texas to Laser Beam Canal Effect Legal DuelDevelops get into this kind of mess," Ad- said they decided the simplest

New England. Nearly a foot of Barge ams asked Bob Graff assis' ,explanation was to set up
snow fell at Tahlequah in east. tant to board architect For- the string and tell everyone to
em Oklahoma during a surprise Space TestScheduled In rest Kelley. just "follow that string."

storm Monday. Amounts meas- "
On Railroads CitedThe "We offer no excuse said
ured eight inches' at nearby Graff. "The building was designed -
Muskogee with snow in most Ruby TrialBy over the square foot-

parts of the state except in eastern allowed (by the legislative
Florida Crossstate vertising and Public Relations age King High
sections. CAPE KENNEDY (AP) -Scientists !- RELMAN MORIN appropriation
Barge Canal will take away Day.
Another belt of snow, sleet and next week to shoota DALLAS Tex. (AP) Jack
plan "We would be in real trou-
some of the bulk cargo businessnow "Because the canal is being
rain pelted areas from Kansas slender beam of ruby red Ruby's murder trial moves ble if we didn't have the staffof To
being done by railroads a built and will be maintained by Appear
and Arkansas to Southern Illi light to an orbiting satellite in public relations counselor from federal funds shipping rates deeper into it* critical stages ( architects) of the Board of
nois. Hundreds of motorists the first test today with a tierce legal duel
space application Cincinnati said here today. will be lower, he said. Commissioners of State Institutions -
were stranded along a hilly 40- of the laser, a new and prom- John H. Fuhrmann Another advantage the'.canal swirling around the key ques ," said Adams. The com Here TodayRobert
mile stretch of U.S. 71 from a repre- tion Did know from
1 ising device. : Ruby right mission staff double checks the
sentative of Carl Inc. will have over the railroads will
Byoir ,
I\ Fayetteville Ark., northward to 11 the laser beam bounces'oil spoke at the opening session of be fewer federal restrictions, wrong when ?lie killed Lee Har- construction program of the King High, the popu-
the Missouri Monday Oswald?
the satellite and returns to a the University of Florida's Ad- Fuhrmann said. vey Board of Control. lar mayor of Miami who wantsto
The storm dropped 10
night. ground station it could lead to "For these and other reasons, The jury Gf eight men and Two alternative construction be Florida's governor will
i inches of snow in some parts of of the future of railroad lies in plans were proposed by Atty. arrive in Gainesville
i revolutionary means precisely Southerners four women beginning to hear at 4:45
Arkansas with six
: northwest Gen. James and
(1 the business. Some- Kynes Rep. today for
inches reported in a six-hour tracking communicatingwith passenger psychological and psychiatric p.m. an evening of
thing has to be done to Ralph Turlington of Alachua .
I space vehicles. move testimony in Ruby's defense.Dr. politicking.At
I period in St. Stand Firm County.
Heavy snow was forecast The laser's target is to be an masses of p e 0 p 1 e. Although Manfred Guttmacher, a They called for: 1 con- 6 p.m. he'll speak at the
there are an increasing numberof psychiatrist who is chief medical Florida Blue Key banquet in
central ionosphere-study satellite sched-
central Missouri through
struction of three
a story
It Ohio with the possibility the wet uled for launching from Cape On RightsWASHINGTON automobiles and highways officer for the Supreme building instead of the original the Primrose Inn.

t belt might extend into mountain Kennedy next Thursday. Pri- the average carload is only 1.6 Bench of Baltimore, was to be ly planned four stories; and, Earlier, he'll tape radio and
and New of the satellite (AP) The persons. the next defense witness today. TV spots.
areas of Pennsylvania mary purpose 2 construction of a four-story
t civil battle is "This is not moving the masses. Ruby's chief counsel MelvinM. Then at 8:30 High will meet
England. will be to make the most com- epic Senate rights building with the second and : ,
k Most damaging floods were !in prehensive measurements yet under way with Southerners The railroad's problem is to Belli said other doctors will fourth floors incomplete to be with his supporters in room 212

I Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, of the ionosphere a series of vowing "no compromise" and convince the public that auto- follow him. finished by a 1965 legislative of Florida Union on the Univer-
but overflows of rivers and electrically-charged atmospheric launching a slowdown that is a mobiles "are not solving the Belli said the trial could go appropriation.Gov. sity of Florida campus. Everyone

; streams also hit areas in Mis- regions which reflect radio preview of the full-blown fili- problem. to the jory by Saturday. Dist. Farris Bryant suggested interested in supporting his
souri and southern Illinois. The signals and make communications buster still to come. Last night a banquet audi- Atty. Henry M. Wade has indi- that the building might be candidacy is invited to attend

!;1 Ohio River rose rapidly and ap on earth possible. As debate enters its second ence heard Peter Hackes, cated the prosecution would completed with federal funds the 8:30: meeting.
\ peared headed toward an expected Perched atop Explorer 20 will day today Senate leaders said NBC's Pentagon correspondent, need only one day for rebuttal- obtained under the Higher Ed- High currently is serving his
.; 66-foot crest in Cincinnati be a pyramid-shaped cluster of they would not try to speed mat- say the space race was not a"moondoggle" also probably using psychiatric ucation Facilities Act. of 1963 fourth term as mayor of Miami.

the highest since 1945, on 360 one-inch-diameter mirrorsto ters up with extra-long sessions nor a waste of testimony. if the act could be put to workin He's said to be the most pop
\ Thursday.In reflect the rays of the laser this week. money and time. Marguerite Oswald 56, mother Florida in time. The state ular mayor in that city's his-

Kentucky, hard hit by light-gun mounted on an 18-inch Southern senators respondedby Hackes said every nickel be- of Oswald flew into Dallas was in line for some $5.1 mil tory. In each of his campaigns,
telescope at the space agency's indicating their initial ing spent on space research Monday night and checked intoa
I drenched with nearly seven lion for construction.In he's been elected by a majorityof
II 1 inches of rain Monday, a record Wallops Island (Va.) station. speeches would not run too long. will in time bring back ten hoteL There were reports she another construction mat- at least 75 per cent of the
downpour. Parts of Louisville Scientists hope that by meas- Both sides made plain in the cents in fringe discoveries would try to attend the trial ter, the Cabinet released $28- votes.

I and Evansville, Ind., were under suring the time it takes the first skirmish Monday they which without would not be possible today. 000 to begin planning a two- He's a graduate of the University !
I three feet of water. More than light beam to travel to the satel- were ready to fight to a show space research pro- The state is asking death in story addition to the Knott of Miami and the Stet-

1,500 persons left their homes in lite and back, and from the angles down no matter how long it grams. the electric chair for Ruby, Building in Tallahassee's Cap- son University Law School. In
I .1: Falmouth, Ky., as the Licking of the returned: beam, com- takes-and it may take months. the"There are those who say charged with murder with mal- ital Center. 1962 was named by Life magazine
\ River reached a record 42 feet. puters can calculate the satel- Under debate today is the first amount spent just to senda ice. Oswald had been accused of The Knott Building houses a as one of the nation's 10
) (See FLOODS on Page 2)) lite's position with an accuracynot stage of the Senate legislative couple of Americans to the assassinating President John F, variety of offices mainly thoseof outstanding men.
moon is But thiscountry's young
possible with radar and process-the motion of Demo- preposterous. Kennedy in Dallas Nov. 22. the State Department of Ed-

I other tracking devices. cratic leader Mike Mansfield to far from moonshot program is (See RUBY on Page 2)) ucation..,
a propagandistic
Assessor Laser (pronounced lay-zer) proceec to consideration of the How They
headline hunt, he said.
10-point civil rights bill passedby
stands for light amplification by
He cited
new products which RelaxedAuschwitz At
stimulated emission of radia- the House.
Post Sought Several Dixie senators were already have found their way Home Blast Suit
tion. It
i produces an extremely prepared to speak against this into American homes as fringe
narrow and intensive beam of
but leaders said they had rea- discoveries coming from space
light in orderly waves at ex- research. (c) New York Times

i By Franks tremely high frequencies. On a son would to allow believe the the motion Southerners to pass They include a whole new Trial Under FRANKFURT, Germany (AP)
recent test, a concentrated red Way
Claude M. (Red) Franks fit by the middle of next week. family of plastics, developedSee -A witness told Germany's war

ed qualification papers this (See LASER on Page 2)) (See RIGHTS on Page 2)) ( CANAL on Page 2)) crimes trial Monday that guardsat

morning to oppose Tax Assessor Attorneys today are questioning late this morning, not a single Auschwitz concentrationcamp beautiful
"cavorted with
Pierce Smith in the May jurors in the opening roundof juror had been sworn in to ,
buxom Jewesses to relax from
primary. a damage suit trial involvingthe serve.
I Franks was suspended from Nab death of a woman in a gas Hearing the trial which is expected the strains of gassing thousandsof
Holdup Gang
the office by Gov. Farris Bry- Helps explosion.The to continue through the Jews to death.JJThe
ant in September.His week is Circuit Judge John A. witness was Dr. Konrad
suspension came after a defendant in the suit is H. Murphree. Morgen at the trial of 22 formerSS

16-month dispute with county the Gainesville Gas Company.It Representing Bradfield are at- guards and Auschwitz func-

and school officials over his assessments Disguised As a Nun was that company's lines torneys Barton and William R. tionaries.
of agricultural lands that leaked gas under the houseof Burwell. Representing the gas Morgen was an investigating
under the "Green Belt" law. Sidney Bradfield, 835 NE 8th company are W. C. O'Neal and attorney for the SS during
The 49-year-old former as- By RICHARD WHALEN -. He wanted a sheet of 6 cent holdup was planned, had sprurg Ave., more than a year ago the Henry Gray Jr. World War II.

sessor now operates a real estate MARYNOLL N.Y. (AP) 'stamps and I had to go to the the trap. suit alleges.

office. Disguised as a Catholic nun, safe for them. When I came the
"You're The gas exploded,
C He was elected assessor three Mrs. Frances Anderson, a deputy back, there was a gun pointingat bullhorn surrounded the boomedthe Bradfield's stucco covered SHE TALKS CONVICT
times and prior to 1952, was sheriff, waited alone in the me." mail as men loaded: frame dwelling a maze of lean
assistant assessor for 18 years. Maryknoll Seminary's post of- "Don't be frightened, sister," and bags with into$50,000 their in cash ing walls and twisted lumber. I

He and his wife and two fice for the holdup gang. the gunman said. "Just stand stamps car."' Bradfield's wife, Mrs. Cleo Os- INTO SURRENDER

daughters live at 538 N. E. 11th "I was nervous" said Mrs. still and nobody will get hurt. "Drop The your guns. Surrender. teen Bradfield, 57, died several

Ave. Franks is a World War II Anderson mother of two. "I A second man went throughthe voice. bandits Police returned shot toward the fire the days later of injuries sufferedin MUNITH, Mich. (AP) "I A threatened kidnaping two
veteran of the Navy SeabeesHe never had to do anything like safe and three cash draw- the blast.Bradfield never talked so much in my home break-ins and a high-
is member of the American as the car sped down the drive.
a this before." ers. The first asked, "Where More than 60 shots fired. filed two suits life" said Marian Poxson, 48- speed auto ride with Mrs. Pox
Presbyterian "
1 Legion, Her role to are the other sisters? each at the wheel praying for -
of- Monday was convince The car off the drive. against the gas company, year-old housewife, after she son police
Church, American Right spun
the bandits that every- They're attending a special asking for "in excess of $10- persuaded an escaped convictto interception figured in the
'f Way Assn., American Society thing was normal at the tran- Mass," Mrs. Anderson told Three men, all wounded, were 000.)()() surrender."I series of events.A .
of Appraisers, Tax Assessors'Assn. quil Roman Catholic seminary. them. captured. Five guns were f Fund While questioning jurors this talked to him like he was state police alarm was out.
the International
of Florida and
of Assessing Of- Hidden elsewhere in the post office The men ordered her into a in the bullet-riddled car. morning attorney Phillip Bar- my son," she said. "He needed Road blocks were up.
It Assn. "I heard the A fourth man, the "An unusual woman," said
in the building across the rest room. soon apparently ton who represents Bradfield, help.
ficials.He will be his campaign drive and around the wooded sound of the bullhorn, then shots lookout, slipped around the backof indicated he may ask for a judg- Mrs. Poxson, a small, plumpish Gus Harrison, state corrections
and the own Florida Na- landscape were more than three and I fell to the floor and stayed the post office during the ment "in the hundreds of thou- woman, talked convicted commissioner, after Mrs. Pox.
tional treasurer Bank will be his cam- dozen policemen."I there until it was over," she fight and escaped into the voods sands of dollars." forger Lester B. Dionne, 35, into son marched Dionne into his office

depository. C a mpaign was sorting maD," Mrs. said. near Ossining 25 miles north of As jurors interviews continuedthis giving himself up after a hectic climaxing six tense hours.

e paign headquarters will be at his. of- Anderson said, "when a voice The police staked out after a New York City. Police said he morning one after anotherof frightening period Monday. Dionne was a fugitive from a

.fice at 7 N. E. 1st St., Franks said, Would someone help me?' tip in New, York City that the also may have been injurE the prospective jurors were Police described Mrs. Poxsonas southern Michigan state prison
dismissed by the attorneys. By a heroine. farm.
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t A newspaper that skirts issues ,by a well known member of crawl in bed together the people Morning Temperature Bulletin Forecast t.-....... the bill is taken up, it is ..ActualI).." he said, "my recruiter in Gainesville.

and avoids controversy isn't this community if it was goingto have been adulterated," he said.It for Peninsular Florida for to.'I lIMS \ subject to amendment:: and the main problem may be to try to I It's called the Aviation Re-

I worth its salt, The Sun's publisher be a continuing policy of is easy for a newspaper night Fair and Colder!Wednesday north and morning central: dis- 1\ \" real battle over its many provisions keep senators from offering too serve Officer Candidate Pro-
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and president, John R. The Sun to create controversy." especially a small one, to fall trict Lowest and temperatures cooler southern for districts.low ground Il 'F\ \ will be on. 'many amendments to strength gram.It .

'(Jack) Harrison, declaredi The answer was "Yes," -HarI in the comfortable rut of dull- locatIons: F \ G Assistant Democratic Leader en it." will train pilots and aviation .

i I yesterday in a speech before I I rison said. ness and stereotype, he said. Suwannee and north portion of the E \__..l... Hubert H. Humphrey said one I I observers.

\ .''members of the Exchange Club. I I "A newspaper's function is to "Any editor who fools himself Gainesville dlstrlcts-32 to 37. Scatter. '" .._.. reason for holding down the Mansfield originally: sought' Two eight week summer
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1 \ : ::. :'Uarrison said a good ncwspa ,.provide that check on government into believing he can keep everyone --. "I '\ 'I length of Senate sessions this:Monday to make his motion to:1 training sessions are required
1 would be betteroff South portion of the Gainesville and \ I : week to give committees I take the bill during the
has up
I 'per never can avoid controvery that no constitution happy I Upper East Coast District-35 to 40. 'S ..., in the plan. They're spent in'I
if it does its job well. been able to provide. When the working in a roller bearing Patches of frost. 'a" : time for important meetings in; "morning hour"-a two hour pre-flight training at the Naval -
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routine Senate I
I I ''i .'. :"1 was asked not too long ago newspapers and government factory."It Central districts-In the 40s. the mornings. period of 'I Air Station in Pensacola.
: Lower east coast farming areas- :\'.. Humphrey, the floor managerfor business.
I I takes more than the threatof near 60.Forecast. Details of the program will
the civil bill told
1 brickbats and canceled sub- for Wednesday: Fair. Cool rights I I If he had succeeded, his motion -. be available from the "Fly
he had not
er southern districts. newsmen yet con- would not have been debatable -. Navy Team," a traveling recruiting I
scriptions to make a good editor ,all, ferred with Republican Leader
ill Ii.ii @bttuartcMAMIE 5II layoff a story that is of major Slightly Future temperature higher temperatures outlook' : Wed- Everett M. Dirksen who is drafting and the first round ol t operation, when it visits -

would have the University of Florida
Southern !
concern to the community. nesday night. No frost danger Thurs GAINESVILLE WEATHER: substitutes for some sectionsof speeches
I The 30-year-old graduate of day morning. the bill.Wiimnhrv. been knocked out. campus March 16-20.
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BUTLER Williams Thomas Funeral Exeter Academy and the Harvard Municipal Airport readingsfor rpfprrin? in hackers -
II Services for Business School said The 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: --;; the"" -House--bill and Dirk-
HAWTHORNE Home is in charge of arrange- TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE High 84 at 3 p.m., low 60 atH WATeE
had main
Butler 85 will Sun two objectives: declared "I believe SAVE -
.. .lUrs. Mamie W. ments. L prep. 8 a.m. No rain. sen, we are
= ; be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Mel- to produce good news stories Jacksonville ............ 84 63 + not too far apart" and indicatedhe
BILL ALLEN and to promote the growth of Miami ................. 78 74 ..06Atlanta
.=f felt some compromises couldbe
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Services for A. W. E. (Bill) Gainesville.He New Orleans :::::::::: SO 44 .06 CEDAR KEY TIDES reached.
: her .................. 43 34 .62
; :- ; She died Monday night at Allen, 44, 1106 N.E. 9th St., will cited figures of the growthof Boston New York 59 38 .10 Tuesday High at 12:46 p.m. and Dirksen's support is con-
-ome. be Thursday at 3 p.m. at the' the city, saying they were WashIngton :jr::::::.:.:. W 58 11:28 a.m. Low at 5:55 a.m. and 6:01 sidered essential in success-
Chicago ................ 36 33 P-1- any
Born in 1878 in South Carolina, Jones Johnson Funeral Home much too impressive to be ig Kansas City ............ 43 23 ALMANAC ful move to vote cloture and
will be in Hill- nored. Denver ................ 43 21
I .:--"ihe lived in this area for the Chapel. Ft. Worth! ............. 43 29 ." Sunset today .............. 6:34: shut off a Southern filibuster.His .
"The in the p-m-
largest payroll
crest Memorial Park with Rev. Los Angeles ............ a 50
i= ...... .... substitutes would cover
26 She the widow Sunrise| .
last years. was state of Florida in numbers of: Seattle __.............. A6 38 .03 tomorrow 6:44 ajU
:f."..."-of John B. Butler. William N. Harrington officiat- MARINE FORECAST Moonrise tomorrow....... 5:22 a.m. the public accommodations, fair
:=. Survivors include two sons and ing. people is that of the Martin EAST GULF: Small craft warnings r /*: frfty: *"*I, employment practices and pos-
Plant in Orlando. The second
displayed for northwesterly winds IS .......... the federal shutoff
two Mrs. Deeds, sets tonight at 11:48 p.m. sibly grant
--:":- daughters Roy I He was a clerk in the Uni- largest is at the University of to 25 Knots diminishIng this afterwell above It Is Betelgeuse; high above
I I ."-. .. Hawthorne; Mrs. Leon Gilette, I "ersity of Florida Transpor- Florida. noon becoming north to northest 10 Betelgeuse are the Twins.to provisions of the House version.
Miami; William Butler, George- 15 knots Wednesday. Fair. Humphrey said that many per- I the new'r
\ tation Dept. and died Sunday Among other figures he gave Your baby deserves thismodern
town, S. C., and James Butler, sons did not seem to realize how ___I'.A'-1..... _
night at the University Hospital.He were the $30 million in new con- I More About I saw, COHU UIB I
1 Seattle, Wash.More carefully circumscribed these bed-seat. Light easy to
had lived in Gainesville for struction the drawing
already on -
H Elks I sections were as written in the t t.tft ideal for home
19 and the of Mr.
years was son boards, a 12 per cent gain Lodge I House. o car, traveling, feeding,
II About and Mrs. Ambers Allen of in bank debits and Gainesville'shigh LaserFrom tending.

Gainesville. income household."If .
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are in favor of all this ,
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Survivors include his widow, ; polyethylene. Vinyl, eaay-
growth, then come with us, he includedfor ,
to-clean pad. Toy
Canal Juanita .two daughters, I
said. Gainesville Elks Lodge Page 1 baby's amusement.
i and Wanda Sue; three brothers, FloodsFrom i
"But if you are tired and fed 990 won the district of Florida
f Lawrence and Howard, Coffey- up with progress then stay be- Ritualistic Contest Sunday at laser beam shot through a telescope 4 seat positions
j 1 ille, Kansas; and Herman, $397
Ideal !
T From Page 1 hind. Palatka. and lit up a circular area gift
; Hutchinson[ Kansas; and a sister -
A tap e d recording of Harrison's -
Smith Bartles- only two miles in diameter on Page
Myrl will be broadcast There are 10 Lodges in the
for light-weight rocket structures speech the moon. Scientists estimate
r are now being used in ville, Oklahoma. in its entirety tomorrow night at NE district, but only five par- that if a conventional search- More than 300 persons were .
pallbearers are R"
Honorary Jacksonville
this contest
ticipated in -
making highly durable home 8:15: over radio station WGGG. evacuated Discount Tills
from Bluff in
e.m b of the Gainesville light capable of covering that ,
m e r s Gainesville, Lake City, Retail Price Week
.furnishings from dishes to Pierre Bejano, station managerof southeastern Missouri the !! ....
distance could as
Moose Club. be built, it would ,
chairs; a chemical used for WGGG, said the tape also St. Augustine and Green Cove wander 25,000 miles off in levee along the Black River Famous Electric by Riviera _
rocket gaskets now being used MRS. JESSIE WHALEY will be available to other radio Springs. all directions.The threatened to collapse. Heavy CARVING KNIFE . 24.95 17.87 13.98

used ig making highly dur- HAWTHORNE Services for stations if they wanted to use Winners were : Exalted Ruler, rain which hit the area for two Seamless 3 pr. 3 pr. 3 pr.

I to make greaseless stetoscopes. Mrs. Jessie S. Whaley, 70, wile it. Lew Hir.dry; Leading Knight, laser system at Wallops days changed to snow Monday NYLONS . . 3.75 2.25 1.79
Miniaturization of communications > Wednesday at 4 p.m. at the Ira J. Carter; Loyal Knight, Island has a six-inch synthetic night.In .

parts has also made possible H wt orne Baptist Church with Rudy Freeman; Lectur ing ruby rod which becomes highly- southern Indiana, rain- American Film 3/1.49 3/1.19 3/99c

a tiny television system bu feawthorne',,, Cemetery.Rev. More About Knight, Eugene Liddon; Es- energized as it gathers energy swollen rivers flooded many ANSCO 127.620-120 .

which would broadcast a picture J: ." -- Pendergrasswill quire, Robert Hisler; Chaplain' from a xenon gas flash lamp areas and forced hundreds pf SrainUsi

of a person's stomach after officiate. Thomas Hicks; and Interguard mounted closely parallel to it in families to leave their homes. FRY PAN. . . 4.95 3.95 2.97

being swallowed. She died Monday afternoon.Mrs. Ruby Hubert Jeffcoat. a barrel-like metal container.The Hundreds of motorists were Bissell RugSHAMPOO

Ilackes said space researchwas Whaley lived in Hawthorne Hindry, Freeman and Liddonwon blinking lamp excites stranded across the southern MASTER 1 0.98 7.97 6.77 i

., being performed locally, for 28 years. From Page 1 all-district honors and will chromium atoms in the rod, third of state as muddy waters Sunbeam No. 870 >

by the Sperry Company and Survivors inclu4e her husband, represent Gainesville at the producing red light. As the light closed scores of highways. Jas- PARTY GRILL . 32. rn 23.97 18.98

General Electric. More than John; three daughters, Mrs. J. Ruby's defense is temporary State Elks Convention in Miami rays reflect back and forth be- per, drenched by more than 10 4-Tr. Push Button

$3 million in space research M. Jack, Tonganoxie, Kansas; insanity.Dr. Beach, May 21-22-23. The win- tween the polished mirrored inches of rain since March 1, TAPE RECORDER . 3 ao>..V5 24.97 19.97

funds has been spent at the Un- Mrs. Ralph McCalL Ocala; and Roy Schafer, a Yale psy- ners of the State meet will rep- ends of the rod, they hit other prepared for the worst floodingin

iversity of Florida he said.since the Mrs. Earl S t e g a 11, Williston;. chologist, described Monday the resent Florida in New York July excited chromium atoms and history as the Patoka River 3-Dimension ARVIN STEREO! No. 91P3. . 109.95 80.82 69.95
program began, three Howard Auburn.
sons, tests he Ruby last Decem- 12-16.
gave stimulate them
to give off more went on a The Ohio
Advertising and Public Relations -dale; Donald, Groton, Conn.; ber. As a result, he said, "I was The team was coached by M. red Tilley 2-Burner CQ.QC A 7.AC 3t.95
Day ended the three-day brothers .. rays. River rose far above flood stagein CAMP STOVE . .
and Ocala two
Eugene, ; certain some kind of brain dam- F. Branson, G. W. Reeves, and
Communications Week which W. L. Strickland, Lake! age was present." W. A Clark. Within a fraction of a mil the Evansville area. Samsonite King-Siie 5-pe < 95

brought well-known practitioners City, and Dan, Ozark, Ala.; He said the specific form most lienth of a second this chain In the storm-battered South- FOLDING FURN. SET 54.75 39.95 3 KNOW

of the mass media in per- three sisters, Mrs. Ollie Mc-S likely was psychomotor epilepsy. reaction builds to a powerful land, the twisters and tornadic
sonal contact with students of InsuraiiceMeeting winds hit areas in northern Ala- OPEN EVERY WEEK-DAY NIGHT
Lain, Selma, Ala.; Mrs. Bessie! The tests, he said, showed beam.
the School of Journalism and Bloodsworth, Ozark, Ala., and I "signs of confusion marked bama, northeast Mississippi and 'TILL 9:00 SATURDAYS TILL 5:00
'( Communications. Mrs. Leona Adkins, Selma; It, emotionality, irrational think. Set Until six years ago, the laser parts of Tennessee. A tornado -
was only an idea. But lab- struck the small town of Whitehead
I grandchildren, five great grand. ing, fluidity! of thinking, a readiness rapid -
II children. of anger reaction," etc. I In Jacksonville oratory advances have made near Rogersville, Ala., USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE or

People In Williams Thomas Funeral Asked if Ruby may have beenin ribbons of this potent light do killing a woman and destroyingsix
Home is in fantastic things. them homes.To CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN
charge. a "rage state" when he killed Three roads to success in the Among
Oswald Dr. Schafer said "1 are cutting holes in diamonds,
MRS. LESTER life isurance business will be
:J The News CRAWFORDMrs. believe that was the case." mapped at the annual Gator drilling teeth in a fraction of a reduce the danger of

Sale in second and "welding" detached bends, deep sea divers breatha
Lester Louise Crawford, > Congress Thursday
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP-Lt. Jacksonville.The retinas of the human eye backin mixture of oxygen and he-
98, a former Putnam County TodayIn
;I Col. John H. Glenn's wife, Annie -i resident. died Sunday at the meeting will be at 1 place. lium. The Fimiffiir& Moniuifecfufef s

: plans to take the campaign home of a nephew in Raleigh, pjn. in the George Washington
,It\ trail Monday in behalf of her HistoryBy Aud.torium. INCOME TAX
) Imsband, who seeks Democratic Va.She Three' prominent Insurance Though the Chinese ruled all
)1 had lived in Raleigh for THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
t, nomination to the U.S. Sen- five years. Today is Tuesday, March men will speak: of Viet Nam for 1,000 years, the GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS YL1 wI1iciLliIi

\. ate. Funeral services will be tomorrow 10th, the 70th day of 1964 Joe M. Gandalfo, a Lake- Vietnamese retained a remark-

Mrs. Glenn announced that in Elmira Primitive There are 296 days left in the land man who sold more than able cultural unity and national :
I she and Mrs. Rene Carpenterwife Baptist Church near Palatka year. $1.25 million worth of life in- identity. I 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924 South Mom I

\ of astronaut M. Scott Car- with the Knauff Funeral Homeof Today's !highlight in history: rirance during- his first six

I wpenter, will attend a series of Williston in charge. On this date in 1628, physicist I .lonths in the business. I
--social gatherings with Democratic Survivors Mun Chun Wong, a HonoLulu -
I include two sons, Marcello Malpighi was born in
I and independent women Marion and Nathan, both of Italy. He was the founder of agent who has sold I II

} 'oters in all sections of Ohio. Orlando; and a daughter, Mrs. microscopic anatomy and the mote than $1 million worth of

Mary Brike, Jacksonville. first to prove the existence of life insurance every year since
NEW YORK (AP-Mrs. Em- circulation. he first entered he business in:
I fly Cheney Neville of New York, MRS. ALBERTA On this date '_" Iffi 1953. He works for a California I

author of a novel for teenagers WILLINGHAMServices In 1785 Thomas Jeffersonwas company.

I called "It's Like This, Cat," for Mrs. Alberta M. appointed U.S. minister to Jack H. Quaritius, execu

\J has been awarded the John Willingham, 41, 5915 N. W.? 19th England to replace Benjamin live vice president of Peninsular -

New berry Medal for the "most Place, will be tomorrow at 1 Franklin.In Life Insurance Company ii
p.m. at the First Methodist Jacksonville.
distinguished contribution to
1864 S. Grant
Ulysses was .
American literature for chil- Church.
: dren" in 1963. She died Monday night. made commander-in-chief of Gainesville Sun i i
the Union in the be-
The award was announced Rev. W. H. Lewis will officiate tween the states.In .

Monday by the American Library with burial in Youngstown, Published evenings except
Ohio. I 1906, the Carnegie Foundation Saturday, and Sunday mom-
i$ Association. for the Advancement of ings by the Gainesville Publishing
Pallbearers are Richard
Company at 101 SE
MOSCOW (AP-Moscow Radio ., Blake Jim Meuller, Ronnie Teaching was incorporated.In 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida.
1941 France ceded Indo-
and entered second class
Huggins Gene Williams Bill
broke into a regular pro- China to Thailand.In matter at the Post Office at A ___ _
gram to announce the winner of Pennington and Ralph Blount. 1952, former President Ba- I. Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
the Taras Shevchenko prize. Survivors include two children -
tista ousted President Carlos RATES BY
Winner of the prize named Nancy and Jody; a bro- Prio Socarras of Cuba in a CARRIER OR MAIL
for the Russian poet was cited ther Karl Wondersek, Balti-
d'etat in which two guards
coup 1 Week .45
for his "contribution in developing ] more, Md.; and three sisters,
were killed and one wounded.Ten 3 Mos. $5.85
and strengthening Ukrainian -Mrs. Gene Hoover Fort Lau- I II
ago-President Eisenhower -
years All mail subscriptions must
socialist culture. derdale, and Mrs. Robert I
pledged not to involve be paid in advance.
; The award was made by the Cleary and Mrs. John Boyd, the United States in without ,
Republican Committee of the both of Youngstown. I Member of Audit Bureau of
a declaration of
war by
Circulation.All .
Ukraine a government agency. Williams Thomas Funeral .
I The winner was Premier Home is in charge of ar Congress.Five material contained herein Is
years ago America'sX15 the property of the Gainesville
Khrushchev. rangements. rocket plane underwent its I I Publishing Company, (c) 1964. Reproduction the Finest Full Course :-
I I In whole or In part Is
MARGARET HINES first test over the California strictly forbidden without the written
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) TRENTON Funeral services desert I permission of the publisher. Complete Lunch in town for only 58*

-Actor Gary Merrill has won
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for Mrs. Margaret M. Hines, I
his court to retain
fight custodyof 79, who died Saturday in a
his 12-year-old adopted son, Bartow hospital, will be at 2pjn. We Have the MONEYIf LOOK AT TOMORROW'S LUNCHEON SPECIAL
Michael, other weekend. BRAISED
every tomorrow at Mt. Horeb

"**Bette Michael's Davis, had mother asked actress Super-. E.Baptist Church, with Rev. S. YOU Have the NEEDYOU : BEEF & MACARONI. S
Edward officiating. i Kidney Bean Salad
S or Judge R. Brand to
Burial will be in the church
Is withdraw Merrill's visitation cemetery under the direction CAN GETALOANOP I Hot Roll & Butter

j rights. She accused the actor of of Harrison .
Funeral Home. I Hot Coffee or Iced Tea
t. carousing on nights when Mi. Mrs. Hines was born Jan. 1,

chael was in his custody. 1885, in Gilchrist County. She TONIGHTS DINNER SPECIAL
-w. resided in Tampa for a number to i DELL'S GRADE "A"
ATHENS, Greece (AP-The 525 M
? of years before her death.
new king of the Hellenes is expected Survivors include three

to call himself Constan- daughters, Isabelle Brazell ; And Yellow Rice.
tine, but he will be known officially Plant City Mildred Watson And It's Confidential i
as Constantine II, say Mulberry, and Edith Thompson I I Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea Always FREE I. ". "." '

?.9urces in the Greek courtIn Tampa; three sons, Wil- Marion Finance Co.Home

son and Norman Hines, Tam- Serving: Lunch :30-2:05 p.m.; Dinner 4:30-3K)5 p.m.
Swahili, the word 'ma pa, and Woodrow Hines Plant Banquet Facilities Air Conditioned Free Parking

: ma" means mother, but 'papa" City; and a sister, Mrs. Fran- Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks I' GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 1212 N. Main St.r. .
means shark. ces Hines. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-5333

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30% opportunity to select all of at
Carlos M. Hope Electric Co., their electrical needs Massie
For Your
Inc. is now featuring a new appliance -said. Complete
I DiscountSale and electric fixture Insurance
: "Our facilities are so arranged Needs
showroom as part of its facilities -
that customers can come, x a
at 2532 N.E. 18th Ter.
relax, and pick out in comfort Call
Is Now On At Office Manager Tom Massie what they need," he said. Howard Adams
I said the new display area fea.
LORD BRYON'S tures a complete catalog serv- Old In ExperienceThe "Bill" CampbellADAM'S
ice and experienced advice in a
1223 W. University lighting require- Carlos M. Hope ElectricCo. AGENCY
1/2 Block Off The Campus ments to those persons planning ., Inc, handles all phases of a: 234 S.W. 4th Ave.
a new home. Ph. FR 68236KNITTING
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WESPECIALIZE Lighting Authorities tial, commercial, and industrial. 3a

In Building The which a a
Company, began p ys
Materials "Two of our employees have ten years ago, is located at 2532 "# "a R"rL t as
certificates from the Academyof N.E. 18th Ter. la facilities that ,., .
LumberHardware Lighting Arts which qualifies "have been improved for the 1w : ass !! $ a :,I.?f ". .""' '
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Plywood them to be authorities on past five years." g / ) 'Y/U ;"n
! Exterior and Interior lighting and electrical plan S ,
I Blue Crass Tools The site houses and
ning, Massie stated. present a
: HORNElumber complete warehouse, offices, NEEDLEWORKSUPPLIES
t The lighting fixture displayroom and a display room. The ware-

Co has approximately 500 fix- house contains approximately FINISHING. .
tures all of which can be illu- feet.
'I 2303 N.W. 6th St.
Ph. FR 6-4568 minated to show the customer Y r 625 W. University Ave,
how the fixture will look when "One nice thing about our ful- Ph. FR 6-6161
lighted. The light fixtures are ly stocked warehouse," said Of- s
I McCALLUMWHOLESALE arranged according to where fice Manager Torn Massie, "is z "t We
i they will be used in the home. that it is built so cur trucks can :
504 N.W. 8th Ave Included is a garden lighting come inside and bad or unload Shown above is the latest addition to the Carlos Hope Co. In the beautiful surroundings you may choose SpecializeIn :

!ir I Locker ? display. their cargoes" regardless of the the lighting fixture to accent the decor of your home. Qualified personnel are on hand to assist you. :
Rentals .I Convertible TopS

h I =__ ? A Complete Line Massie said the Company op- ToiFor-Made Cover'jnd
: = Beef ForFreezers erates basically in the Alachua Interior's
In addition to the light fix County area and can give
==_ .
: .. For r tures, a complete line of appliances prompt service because of its ]residential and commercial electric small service work to complete ice van, we can handle a small Electric Co. Is doing the University COOPERAUTO :
11..- Delivery Prompt Call : lAAII and air conditionersare radio dispatched trucks. He said I work. home wiring," Massie stated. service call quickly." of Florida Architecture"Our
f "" 372-5351 included in the new display most of the contracting>work is residential wiring covers "With our radio dispatched serv Presently the Carlos Hope and Fine Arts Building. TRIM
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111 ((iaterotlkFlorida's iun OB1 --

II :

F THE M The Mood of the Voters ,

w JOHJ L BABBISOjr PrcUt ass 3
""U era PAT COW1ES. YU fresltftBti -
:_:_ ED JOHKSOX. Vie PreiUeat SOUTHBy Item ffnrk mbnt. there is now almost no talk Smith. probably stay about where it

1 J Beautiful aid EzeeatlT Edltori W. G. (BUD By JAMES RESIGNWASHINGTON in New Hampshire of vast Actually, there are three is. :
I tE'J EBERSOLE. Ties PreiUeat and AtTertUlnf major questions in this year's And if Bobby Kennedy's supporters ,
I t 7 OirecUri BOB TAKTACLJONE. RALPH :McGILL The poli- continental issues, or Grand '
I University! City presidential primaries: who keep shoving and pile
Vie rntUcnt sad eke.-
I i ._ Uon Manager.TILE Ol P.Utaer tbB AUUUi Prta. Wining(G.) C.astltUUoaTalk Pa1Ueler ticians who are roaring Designs. Nelson Rockefeller, will win in November? Who up a big vote for the Attorney 4

1 \ = around the country trying to who was lecturing a few will dominate the machineryof General to put pressure on I
. months ago at Harvard about the Republican Party after President Johnson to choose
, SUN'S POLICY stir people up are having a the federation of the Atlantic -
November the Goldwater Bobby for a running-mate, the
1 : ..: 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. hard time. The mood of the is now down to worrying about faction or the Republican mo- chances are that Johns 0 n 's ,

t :: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In- ditorUU moment Is against them. The "The Mess in Washington." derates? And who will be temper will rise with the Ken-

I -' 3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. voters seem to have had Barry Goldwater, who not so Johnson's vice presidential nedy vote and assure the selection 1
I noise and excitementfor long was trying to stampout
T\ ago running-mate? of somebody
.. ... The Sun's telephones: All Department] -372-8441 the time being, and even compulsory Social Secu-

l :...:.. Want Ads-376-4672 On THEPrimary sound vaguely hostile to candidates rity, Castro and Lord Keynes, IF THE MOOD in New Meanwhile, what is clearis
who try to inflate their is now saying sure, but on Hampshire is typical of the that the New Hampshire

:; emotions. the one hand, and on the other feeling In the country, John- campaign has come to an end

} Isn't Even Mail Private? hand, and what about Bobby son will probably win by a without any candidate making
This, at least, Is the impres- Baker? large For much of an impression on the
I -- sion one gets after talking to apathyand voters. About all ii has provedis

[ The lawyer representing Attorney agents to discovery of hidden, unde- the voters in New Hampshire. The interesting thing about quiet the desire favor for peace and that both Goldwater ,and
always the incum-
Roy Cohn in New York on perjuryand clared assets. They look surprised when Nelson the New Hampshire electionis bent president, especially Rockefeller are critical of tbePretdent's
Rockefeller comes round that the reporters have conduct of foreign
conspiracy charges has broughtout We to talking about when he the
got represents
Although mail is unopened the the corner in the mud beam- their days following Gold- ma- policy, but when the voters
the fact that the government has office never mail exceptfor THE New Hampshire pri- ing with outstretched hand, water and Rockefeller through jority party. listen to the alternatives. of-
""' post opens the of 1952 that
.been intercepting mail sent to him, to mary one as if wondering what he has dirty snowbanks and then re- If Goldwater runs behind the fered by Goldwater blockading -
that ends
undeliverable mail General Dwight
Cohn and to his law firm, in which up catapulted to be so pleased and enthusi- tire to various bars and talk total vote of the progressives, Cuba, attacking North
D. Eisenhower into the -
1 -I:Cohn Is a partner. The government in the dead letter office-it is disturbing presidency astic about. And while Barry about the candidates who he will be hurt even if he gets Viet Nam and maybe) even

"" that government agents keepa Goldwater can still flutter the aren't in New Hampshire at more votes than Rockefeller China, they look decidedly -

i denies that the contents of any of watch on correspondence. The Bill Robinson, a busy and young conservative rebels, all: Bobby Kennedy, Henry end the party machinery will enthusiastic.

i "*the letters were read and says it only that be able fellow who once was most of his audiences are vi- Cabot Lodge, Richard Nixon
someone can com-
I I recorded postmarks and return ad- publisher of the Herald Tribune sibly in no mood for heroic and Governor Scranton.The .

t! ,....dresses. piling lists based on mail delivery a nationally known pub- adventures.IT ON THE RIGHT
vote will be _
\ : ..... strikes at the confidence that has lic relations man and an offi- i...,"'. ,
if it doesn't
fairly large snow
I A federal court hearing was held been developed in privacy of the cer with a well known soft IS NOT that they are '
not because the .
today peopleare
I I in response to Cohn's efforts to get mails. The uneasy feeling is inevitable drink company that sells wholly satisfied or even com- excited about the national What to Do ; '
fortable with President .
-"- Coke remembering: John-
t the case against him dismissed because that perhaps some overzealous investigators was implications of the election, .. '
son. They seem prepared to .
1\ of the government's surveillance may also be checking con- "It was in late 1951" he believe that he is able, in a but because they are excited '

1 : methods. The hearing disclosed tents of letters. said, "and three or four of us, Machiavellian political sort of about whether state lottery : '
who had trememdous admi- tickets are to be sold in their About .
but do not find him Sibley'
j 'that two mail checks were run way, they local state liquor stores. .
Cohn's attorney gave the court ration for Senator Robert particularly likeable.It .
I i against Cohn and his attorney. The I
; Taft but didn't think he could
this description of his efforts to is just that the hangoverof II
i. first was begun last :March at the win, fell to talking about Ike. POLITICAL EXPERTS in
i the is still
I avoid surveillance tragedy By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY Jr.
suspected : the state not dubious chapter of the American Association
he are only
No what
one was.
t Xequest of the Internal Revenue Serv- en them, and in the absence of
He once had voted Democratic. about who is going to win but Professor Mulford Q. Sibley For the 'AdvSnCeMfcfct
t i Ice war or depression mostof
whose purpose was undisclosed. "When I have an important letterto But what was he now? them sound as if they would divided about what constitutes is a difficult professor at the of Atheism a Society.Fpr:Jhe
and defeat. Goldwaterat Promotion of Free 'Love,--a
t t The Justice Department asked foe mail I cannot risk having it drop- "There were four of us doIng prefer to be left alone. victory one point indicated that he University of Minnesota, who League For the Overthfowlof

ll a.I.I a check in September following ped in my office chute but actually all this wondering Gov- This of in many ways, is the was going to*get 60 per cent of has writhing.got the He whole is difficult state be-to the Government by Jeffersorii-

: Cohn's indictment. The Justice .Department carry it with me and deposit it in a ernor Tom Dewey, Henry spirit world as well as na- the total vote, but with the cause he is a left an Violence, an Anti Auto-
tional wing eccentric -
Both the
I says it wanted information mail box far removed from my of- Cabot Lodge, Senator Jim issues politics.and the major major complication of organized ; which it is hardly mation League, and perhaps
Duff of Pennsylvania, and personalities nudist club. No i
I about mail sent to Cohn and his attorney fice. When I have phone calls to me me. The more we talked the seem to have been reduced and campaigns Sen. for Margaret Lodge, Chase Nixon fair, when you come down to be without universityshould individualsand

f "because we had informationthat pertaining to the case, I leave the of- more agreed we were that in size. Viet Nam and Smith, he is now talking about it; for an eccentric professor groups like these."
to be. If only he were a right-
I he and Cohn were improperly fice and use a pay booth. When I only Ike could bring the Re- Cyprus are important, but being satisfied with 35 per centor whig eccentric, he could sim- "National "
they are not Berlin and Cuba. Review, in its
publican out of the wild-
I Frying to influence government'wit- have to discuss anything importantwith party 40. ply be eased out real quiet-
erness and into the promised All the big issues remain but own perverse way, commented -
I fiesses." :Mr. Cohn, we leave our offices land. It was decided I would somehow they have shrunk. Even if he runs ahead of like, and nobody would say at the time that the only

and to where De Gaulla is nuisance but anything, and the state legis- omission the professor had
go a place there is no go to Paris and see the gen- a Rockefeller, however, Gold-
\ the striking personalities of water is not to achievehis lature could lie down and go made in his list of desirable
Federal Judge Archie Dawson called possibility of concealed recording de- eral. I did. He had voted Re-
it "a shocking thing" that the;t-- vices. publican !in the last election. Adenauer, MacMillan, and major objective, which is home. But Professor Sibley'senormities groups on campus was a Fire
Kennedy have vanished and are left oriented, Sibley Committee.
That was a relief. to prove that his type of conservatism
government would check the mail of they have been replaced by represents the ma- with the result that of course Which now a p p a rently ex-

: an attorney after his client had been Whether such precautions are "There was another prob- the competent but less excit- jority feeling in the Republican ill the liberals in Minnesota, ists, if not on campus, at leastin

: indicted. The judge apparently had in necessary or not in Cohn's case, the lem. The general had been in ing figures of Erhard John- Party. For the experts in fend their fellow travelers, the State of Minnesota; and
the army all his adult life. son, and somebody called New Hampshire seem agreed are hot for his security; and once again, for the millionth
mind the possibility that the govern- account is a frightening reminder of He had had no opportunity to Home, or Is it Hume? that he will run well behind if the state's legislators on the time, the question is raised,

ment was trying to discover defense how fear of eaves-dropping can des- speak out on public Issues. the total vote of the more pro- committee which is now look- what does academic freedom

i tactics. But if mail checks are an in- troy the sense of privacy. No one knew where he stoodor IN THIS ATMOSPHERE, feller, Lodge, Nixon and Mrs. ing into the question why the mean? There are, of course,

s Ytision of privacy and a breach of the what he thought about taxpayers of Minnesota shouldbe two views of academic freedom -
them. He allowed me to go BELOW OLYMPUS By """'<""" taxed to pay his salary, and the distinction is
attorney-client relationship, they are The attorney's feelings about tele-
.. through his correspondence. should come up with an adverse important.The .
cause for concern whenever thY oc phone 'conversations'are shared by It was voluminous. Copies opinion on him, they one supposes that no

cur. many as a result of development of were made of the more inter- will be hanged, roasted, gar- questions are closed. By this

wiretap and other eavesdropping esting letters. I talked with roted, and drawn in two, in definition it is not a closed
I him lot. the name of free speech.It whether
a question the Communists -
The'mail check run against equipment and the ease with which
"In early January Cabot are more nearly right
Cohn and his attorney is not unusual. conversations can be overheard. It had a press interview and appears to matter rathera about our bones of contention,

I The post office department supplies would be tragic if Americans had announced that G e n e r al lot whether Professor Sibley or we are: we should have
has of humor. The
a sense
I information similar Eisenhower would be "one or two" (a bourgeois
on return addresses and reason to doubt the sancity of supported state is divided into two

I j postmarks of persons under investigation their mail. for the nomination. I the question, those who campson say concession by Dr. Sibley)
There four of MAR Communists
were just us. on campus, to
; by government agencies. This he has, maintaining that a rather -
There wasn't much money. ply their point of view. Pre-
; information can be highly useful in There would be less reason to There was just one newspa- extremist statement of sumably, although Dr. Sibley
I his is to be taken lightly ho ho
;,!. providing leads. A letter from a bank doubt it if, at the very least, checkson per the Herald Tribune. ho, by those of us sophisticated apparently ran out of breath

I or stockbroker, for example, could mail could be undertaken only "All the while, Sherman people who know that from before he got to it, we should

lead on further checking by tax following a court order. Adams was working for Ike time to time professors will be also have on campus one or
two Nazis f9'rthe
in New Hampshire. The odd making a case
boys, and are now called uponto
thing was he had never met l\t\ document our own sophisti- genocidal extermination
I the general. He, too wanted of pestilential racial minorj-
cation by 1 a u g h i ng off the
the party to win, and, what is ties.
statement in and
I ;
: Voice of the People more, he thought the country assist: those others, squares, who -
needed the general."In take his statement literally.IT view academic
New York, we four decided freedom says something

we ought to give the WAS like this: we do not by all 1

I": On The Sun's Opinion Page=== '' people some idea of what the U (I one by QUITE Mort a Sahl statementthat Sibley. means know all that there is to
know about but some
general stood for. We put together Said he, In a letter to the stu- things,
I :Opinion end comments of Sun readers arc welcome In the Vole ef the People column. Letters a book, "The Eisen- dent newspaper last Decem- things we do know, amortg
rust bo signed and bear the writer's address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter should hower Creed." I took the ber I should like them that Communists a nll
I eI:'aiceed 500 words and must be written on only ont side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba ustd. The galley proofs and went to New : "Personally, Communism are barbarous re
I Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without the writer' to see on the campus one or
chanting meaning
intent. or Hampshire. We had decided "I 1 know spring is almost here the news is full of two Communist crudescences that aim at overthrowIng :-
professors, a
I we'd syndicate it. We wantedto baseball players arguing about more money!I" everything shave .
student Communist club
Sacred Cow:' commodate the children and driven a lot of our students get it into the country week- a painfully 1 ear ned over

) many parents are forced to away. He has been quoted as ly press of the state. We knew the millennia about the meaning

Kindergartens transport their child many saying "By hook or crook I if we gave it away no one of man and man's! free

I miles to the other side of will clean out the undesirables would have it. I decided that Private Eyes'Editorial dom. .. 1
I: :EDITOR, Sun: I would town both expensive and time in our school. But it seems to $5 for the whole book would Washington Subject to that general acquiescence

strongly recommend that consuming.To me to be the other way around appeal to the frugality of the it is important to

hose who missed the story in those who think that I It seems that the bet- New England editors. It did. From sands of other business con- pay a favor or split his profits.It allow professors to advance'
i the Feb. 26 edition of the am wrong, I might say that at ter students are the ones be- "There were some sur- The Del Moines (Iowa) Register their ideas on how to advance
Gainesville Sun last count Alachua had cerns that do business with the appears from the testi- .
County '
1 concerning ing driven away! prises, said Bill Robinson."I The Bobby Baker investigation civilization. 2
the inadequacy of the classrooms 50 per cent of all kindergartens government.Most mony of the president of North
And our county Superintendent remember once I talked is giving the public a The distinction,_alaI, is too
i should read the story in the state. There is nota of Public Instruction and for an hour and a half to a first-hand glimpse of one of the larger ones em- American that "Private Eye" suble for most academic ideologists -

$nd think, and then do some major city in the state that school board members are not country editor. When I fin- phase of the "private eye" business ploy their own "private eyes." Black may have felt some who believe that :If

more thinking..and I mean provides public school kinder- able to give the people of Mel- ished, with my tongue dry, I as it is carried on in Many smaller ones rely on such obligation toward Bobby you have any academic freedom -

those who have decisions to garten. I imagine every county rose the help that they should said, 'Well, what do you Washington, D. C. associations to keep them in- Baker. The evidence before of the latter varicty
make concerning the school in the state would provide a have. They have been contacted think? Which one do you formed. A few employ the the Senate committee doesn't must have academic freedomof
problems as well as the individual kindergarten program if finances several times on problemsin like?' North American Aviation temporary services of freelance make it clear why that should the former;;variety: and It

person. were available. They our school, but there'seems 'Neither one," said he, Corporation employed Fred B. public relations firms or have been the case. It does Is on the coattails .t iiaJ
I am a firm believer in the have come to the conclusionthat Tm Socialist' nearly fell Black, Jr., to keep it advised their of fanaticism that rite food
to be nothing they can do.I a rely largely on repre3eDetatIves seem to establish rather clearly :
best of everything for our children their school dollar wouldbe transferred my son from out of my chair! A Socialistin about political and legislative in Congress for free that Black used his positionof Dr. Sibley rides. :

when there is enough better spent relieving the Melrose High School becauseof New Hampshire. He ran trends in the capitaL Ninety- advice and information.It's influence with the companyto -

money for this to be provided.By other ways. I feel that our bad conditions. Then I found the articles, though havinga five per cent of the company's get vending machines in I DO NOT know the ,professor -
the same token I feel that dollars could be better business is done with the fed- a big business and
spent for things that inter and do not 1cnowif' his
that his grades on his school nose been since World War II. For which he and Baker were financially -
i sometimes for crowded conditions In the low- eral
we provide
ested government.Not views about Communists,*nudists -
interested established
record had been
and hurt others. Here is er grades that individual the most part, it is legitinate.It .
some so more "All the while Sherman libertines, etc., etc.t ,, are
in the
not the
They were same as on the risks.A company plants.
surprisingly, com- also involves some
the do it. attention be
way we can givento Adams was at work. It was, his bid for service at the..ltPhgry ; -
the card for his semester -
report wanted to be informedon has
Alachua has "sa- the children. pany "private eye" who established An of the
County a remember cold, and expose ques- i" at San Francisco,
as ,
Now if his you
ered cow" in its school sys- NAME WITHHELD grades. grades there snow. Manya how much its largest customer rapport with an Influential tionable side of the "privateeye" where they specialize fn sick
had been changed, how many was always was likely to spend in official or a pipelineto
tem. It is the kindergarten back froma business such as the Ba- Jokes. I suspect tbt'the'.poor
i more could and might have night, on my way the next what kind of of information -
Melrose School year, a reliable source
program which is fine if we meeting, I'd see Sherman ker investigation is producingisn't gentleman Is.as serious In his
been changed by now? products it might purchase, charge a sizable
can afford it. But we have outside some bar or bowling can likely to put an end to mijplaced idealism, on thee
reached a point in school finances Lacks ConcernEDITOR Also, can you tell me whata alley talking to maybe eightor how congressmen and others fee for his services. such practices. It is worth matters, as he is seriously:

that a realistic approach Sun: Lately there Principal's Fund might be? nine people. felt about renegotiation of con- North American paid Black while, nevertheless: if it serv- pacIfist. I do not,.however, react -

must be made to this has been quite a commotionin I have been told that that is "Anyhow," Bill Robinson tracts, who were the influ- more than $160,000 a year. es to put other business concerns gladly to the notion: of 2.

situation. If the class rooms our community concerningthe where the student profits on said, "that's how THE New ential members of committeesand That kind of money some- on their guard with re state legislature reaching into

presently occupied by kinder- closing of our Melrose projects go. I've never heardof Hampshire primary got started whether taxes might go times tempts a "private eye"to sped to the hazards of the a college and firing people.

garten were assigned to first High School. As a taxpayer, I this before. the historic one. Ike was up or down and when. take precautions against "private eye" business and What should be fired and I

t and second and third grade am very interested in keepingour I think U we had the ChrIst- in Paris. North American Aviation losing his stock in trade. He the practices of some of those doubt whether this can be done

children and the teachers reassigned school. Our school is modest ian man we should have in "Senator Taft was a fine differs little, if any, from thou may feel an obligation to re who are engaged lu it. by a legislature is the idea

to those grades, we but adequate for our our county office, and as Principal man. He deserved to be call that an atomistic academic
would not have to have thirty students. It isn't the sur- of our school we wouldn't ed 'Mr. Republican. He wasa 1 freedom furthers the cause of

five and forty children to a roundings every time that have to worry about our school true conservative, unlike freedom, individual or academic. -

teacher. benefits our children most, closing and whether or not the exhibitionist, erratic POTOMAC FEVER .

There is a fee charged each and we do have some wonderful we are getting a fair share of breed of today. But he couldn't What should be done about

semester \for kindergarten teachers.But our taxes. have won. I sometimes wonder Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau Professor Sibley Is that people
.children and many children of we do need a principalwho Let's all vote this time and how the four of us and By should feel very sorry for him.

That age do not get to go to can help to build up our see if we can't better ousehes, Sherman Adams managed to -- And that, I suspect Is something -

school because of lack of mon schooland county officials our county and our schools! get the ball rolling. I guess Secretary of State Rusk raps DeGaulle for wanting to neutralize: Southeast he could not bear, less

ey. .Also, schools In the rap- who will support the schools as MRS. BUNYON KELLEYMelros the answer is, it was easy if Asia. With DeGaulle and the Communists it's a case of politics making even than nudism, or Com- t

Idly growing" areas cannot ac- they should. Our principal has Ik* was yourman." strange Red fellows. munliffl. .*. _
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Tuesday.' March 10, 1954 Gainesville Sun 3
It. Turkey, Greece, Cyprus and
Britain all must approve the Turks OpposeUN a high government source said

I Cyprus Back to Uneasy TruceNICOSIA mediator. Monday.The .

Thus far, only Sweden has MediatorANKARA rejection will be based on

given conditional assent to con- the grounds that Bennett, who is

NICOSIA Ktima after to tragic and deplor- ,talks. for Cyprus by the Security tribute men to the U.N. force. Turkey (AP-The
Cyprus (AP) Monday night even more Secretary General U Thant'j

II Greek and Turkish Cypriots I Greek and Turkish Cypriots bat. able consequences." I Eddie Worth, an Associated Council; also was reported having Brazil has refused to contribute. Turkish government has decided deputy chief of cabinet, lacks

kept an uneasy truce in battered tled more than 12 hours with Casualty reports from Ktima Press photographer, flew over difficulty getting agreement Canada, Ireland, Finland and.. to oppose the appointment of the necessary international -

J Ktima today, but new I Ii armored bulldozers, mortars a west coast port of 6,000 I the battle area in a British helicopter to a mediator to seek a political Austria have the matter under Jose Rolz Bennett of Guatemalaas standing and experience for

i fighting was feared as shots and bazookas. Informants said Greeks and 3,000 Turks, said and reported that fires settlement of the dispute. consideration. the U.N. mediator for Cyprus I the post, the informant said.

i I rang out in nearby Mallia. the truce was authorized by both two Turks had been killed and I'blazed unchecked in the be- NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO (ADVERTISEMENT)

1 President Makarios, the Greek 18 wounded and one Greek slain leaguered Turkish quarter. BIDDERS
British army rushed a 1. Proposals: Sealed proposals for
leader and Vice Presi- and 13 wounded in Monday's About 100 British troops were
t Cypriot the construction including the furnishIng -
platoon Mallia in
to an attempt
to head off another outbreak dent Fazil Kuchuk, leader of the battle. Some believed that Turk-I cut off inside the Turkish quarter of labor all and necessary equipment materials of the machinery build-- ADS DID PLENTY

Turkish minority.U.N. ish casualties would prove far during the battle. Worth said ings listed below (hereinafter called ttu"Prolecf
that might plunge the Cypriot I ) to be financed pursuant to
1 factions Secretary General U higher. he saw Britons lounging alongthe a loan contract between Clay\ Electric
into all-out war. I Inc. (hereinafter called
Thant cabled appeals Monday Before the fighting stopped, a I curb as bullets whined over- the "Owner") and the United States ot
Talks between Greek and America by the Administrator of the
Itu' Makariosand British airlifted Turk head.
n)g irchbishop helicopter
: Turkish leaders aimed at Rural Electrification Administration FOR THOSE TWO
\1 restoring the foreign ministers of ish leader Aziz Altay out of the Thant already having trouble (hereinafter called the Administrator!)
1 this eastern and designated Fla. 14 will be receivedby
peace on Greece and Turkey to halt the surrounded Turkish quarter into finding soldiers for the U.N. the Owner on or before 10:00 o'clockA.M.

I Mediterranean island were expected bloodshed which "can only lead the Greek sector for peace peacekeeping force authorized Eastern Standard Time March
25. 1964. at its office located at Keystone
to start today unless a Heights. Florida at which time This week is National ant to your desires, a whole gold The "Personal" column of

\ new flareup occurred. and place the proposals will be publicly! Ad Week and we can't let suchan I coin is offered." the want ad section is always
ooened and read.
I : A cease-fire was imposed on H. Voters Brave Bad Name or Kind .f Building Location auspicious observance pass interesting. An example is this
Meadowbrook Branch Office for Clay
Electric Cooperative. Inc. Fla. 14,. without several thousand well- It's not known whether Hapu one which was published in the

Orange Park, Florida. chosen words on the subject.The ever ran a testimonial to the London Daily Mail on May 4,
I 2. Obtaining Documents: The Plans
Orchids "nd specifications together with all effect that want ads in the "The- 1896 and read like this:
<1,er necessary forms and documents want ad is the oldest I "Uncle Jim. Come home at
bes Times"
i Weather Cast Ballots :.r bidders may be secured from Moore really pulled-but
for to and May. Architects at Electric Gainesville known form of published advertising I you must take note of the fa"ct once, all is forgiven. Bring
Florida and from Clay Cooperative -
....Her Inc. at Keystone Heights Florida -so put that into your that Hapu was no dummy. Did pawn tickets with you." "
a upon payment of Fifteen Dollars little book and smoke '
history the little
extra he
--.4 By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nam and former Vice Presi- Tennessee: Democrat Wil- ($15.00) which payment will be refunded you get plug
to each bona fide bidder within it! I threw in about his place being ONE OF THE most fa m.o us
CREVASSE lard Yarbrough attempts todayto ten (10) days after the bid opening.
Richard M. Nixon
I WASHINGTON (P) Here dent Additional sets of Plans and Specifications "where the best cloth is wovento ads ever run was this one placed
2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. become the first Democratic be obtained upon payment ofTen A old of
noncandidates for the GOP may 3,000 year piece your desires"?? by a man named RichardW.
,are today's political developments representative in 109 Dollars ($10.00) which paymentwill
r Phone, FR 6.2514 nomination. Fourteen delegatesto years not be subJect to refund. The Plans papyrus was discovered by Sears. '
I in brief from Tennessee's Second Dis- and Specifications be examinedat
: may in not too
archeologists Egypt "WANTED Watchm k
I a e r
This ad was run in 1900:
the office of the Owner. A copy of
the nominating
Republican trict. He faces Republican Mrs. the loan contract may also be examined long ago which contained the with references, who can furnish -

If' At No Place in I New Hampshire: Despite convention in July were also be- Irene Bailey Baker, widow of at 3.the Manner office of of the Submitting Owner. Proposals: I II following: "Men wanted for hazardous I tools. State age, experience

North Central Florida I'wind, rain and snow, between ing chosen.On Rep. Howard H. Baker, in a I'Proposals and all supporting documents "The slave Shem, having run journey. Small wages, bitter salary."

I = :cgf u find' so many :90,000 and 100,000 New Hamp- special election in the East required be submitted to be on attached the forms thereto furnishedby must away from his good master, cold, constant danger, safe re-

T.ypewriters ((62)&AddingMachines :shire Republicans were expected the Democratic side, Tennessee district. a the sealed Owner envelope.and must addressed be deliveredin to the Hapu the Weaver, all good turn doubtful. Honor and recog- Among those who answered

I : ((44)) ': to vote today in the nation's write-in votes were expected for Owner. The name and address of the citizens of Thebes are enjoined nition in case of success. Ad- the ad was a young man named

i 'Cash'.Registers first presidential preference President Johnson and Atty. (Bidder required, Its license by the number State and If a the licenseis date to help return him. He is dress, E. H. Shackelton." I Alvar C. Roebuck.Mr. .

I I 8 good Typewriterswhile I primary. New York Gov. Nel- Gen. Robert F. Kennedy for FraternityValue and hour of the opening of bids must a Hittite, 5 ft. 2 ins. tall of Know what it was for? The
appear on the envelope In which the
they last $19.50KAISER'S !son A. Rockefeller and ArizonaSen. vice president. Some 35,000 proposal is submitted. Proposals must ruddy complexion and brown, "E. H. Shackelton" of the ad Sears and Mr. Roebuckgot

I i Barry Goldwater were the Democrats were expected to To be alterations filled )in or in Interlineations ink or typewritten.will No be eyes. For news of his whereabouts -I'I was Ernest Shackelton, the, together, and they've been

i leading active contestants, but vote. permitted, and initialed unless made and dated.before submission half a gold coin is off-,great explorer, and the ad'; advertising ever since.

:1 Office EquipmentI !large write-in votes were an- Gov. 4. Familiarity with Conditions: Priorto ered, and for his return to the I swamped him with applications!!

I -. *.. .604 North Main Street :ticipated for Henry Cabot Lodge, Oregon: Michigan withdrew from ToldThe Bidder the submission shall make of and the shall Proposal be deemedto the shop of Hapu the Weaver,)from men wanting to make the* Look what it's done for them.

i Sales Service Rentals i U.S. ambassador to South Viet Oregon's George Romney May 15 presidential City the have site made of the a careful Project examinationof and of the where the best cloth is woven)Antartic expedition. I j I Why don't you try it?

i Plans and Specifications forms of Con-
primary, filing an affidavit that 26 fraternities at the 'struction Proposal and Acceptance. and
he not and did not intendto Contractor's bond on file with the Sec.
was University of Florida employmore retary of the Owner and with the Administrator BIG MCKESSON vm-iuuu FOR MARCH
become a candidate for pres- and shall become Informedas
t than 150 people and havea to the location and nature of the
ident. This left the field to three
proposed construction the transportation
payroll of $250,000 for the nine-
announced GOP candidates facilities the kind and characterof
month school term, Gainesville the soil and terrain to be encountered BEXELVITAM1N
I Rockefeller, Goldwater and the kind of facilities required before
Civitans were told yesterday. and during the construction of the Protect w
I Maine Sen. Margaret Chase general local conditions and all
I I Smith-and three noncandidatesNixon Interfraternity Council Presi other matters that may affect the cost
and the time of completion of the Pre :
Lodge and Pennsylvania Charles Maloy also pre fect. Bidders will be required to comply "
1 dicted that within three years with all applicable statutes regulations V2 PRICE SALE
Gov. William W. Scranton. etc.. Including those pertaining to the .
fraternities would be operatedon licensing of contractors and the so-
.s Maryland Alabama Gov.
{ :
I called "Kick-Back" Statute (48 Stat. .
George C. Wallace filed for a year-round schedule to 948) and regulations issued pursuant ON ECONOMY SIZES

I II : 59s Maryland's May 19 Democratic keep up with the trimester sys- thereto.S. Bidders' Qualifications: A Bidder
t ii Adminis- tem. who has not already completed similar
presidential primary.
I 'dA8 s construction for an REA borrower shall TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON OTHER SIZES
tration forces o( Gov. J. Millard file with the Architect the Bidder's
described the relation-
Qualifications on forms supplied by the
Tawes were expected to put upa ship of the fraternities to the Architect at least forty-eight (48) hoursin March will coma in like a lion this y.ar-a roaring big: sale en vitamins!Yes.It'i McKeston'i Basal Vita.Rama
each "favorite son" candidate to advance of the scheduled bid open- ...HALF PRICES en ell economy sizes..others at huge savings. Enough McKesson Beset Vitamin every day to

r $f; .., Wallace possibly Democratic IFC and the University as wellas Ing.4. Time of Completion al Construction: lost six to eight months. Cut your vitamin costs I Coma shop, come save during March at the stores listed below
oppose ,
'- to Gainesville.The The time of completion of constructionof
{z a Sen. Daniel B. Brew- the Project shall be as specified by
is IFC president said $16,000was the Architect In the Proposal.
The deadline
ster. filing
t4 7. Bid Bond Each Proposal must be PRICE
,r : BEXEL %
x March 16. loaned to fraternity mem- accompanied by bid bond In the form BEXEL LARGE SIZE SPECIALS
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i I Last Year Led YOUR NEW MAJORITY In Experience. Risk 10. Contract Policy). Is Entire Agreement: The f. @) bbbbJtW) J9j j{ jocROm9jiM-
i contract. effected by acceptance of the SAYE$8.49

1 i Setting YOUR PRIORITIES For the Bond / CURRENTLY Is In Charge of $13'A Proposal entire shall agreement be deemed between to the Includethe par- YOU CHCtld Of.ONI: : OR MOM:

: Issue. MILLION Building Program at Univ. of ties claim thereto any modification and the Bidders thereof shall resulting not COPPER GLOW BEVERAGESnS _'

1 from any representation or promise

:I J Last Month Received YOUR VOTE of Fla. made employee at any of time the by Owner any officer or by agentor any 2 FOR PRICE OF 1 Doable. -.;">2 tosulatad ez.Tambors.Cups.... .,

CONFIDENCE When You Approved the V Knows How to SPEND WISELY and Show I:other 11. Minor person. Irregularities! : The Owner ... or Matching Pltctkar
I reserves the right to waive minor Irregularities 'SET h"
i; $GV2 Million Bond Issue. RESULTS. i : : or rIrregularities errors in the Proposal MCKESSON 4 TUMelEaB(12 OL)...
if it appears to the Owner that
such or errors were made 'CMd
through inadvertence. Any such Irregularities (ASCORBIC ACID)TABLETS MATCHING PJTCHEI...
or errors so waived must be ..
I Together I I corrected on the Proposal prior to Itsacceptance NIA 100 mg.-100's ::r..... .
by the Owner. it7AlO/ REC. NOW COMPUTE PIECE SET.IQ ...
'S 12. Rejection of Proposals: The Owner -

_S_ 1% They Will Make Sure all 11 reserves Proposals.Discrepancies the right: Where to reject a discrepancy any or- B i $:\: ; 2BittlciFir s 29 utrriNS U.7JwiracooreKiEinu CHAISES Mini. .'-

appears between the sum of the EaehBittii *-
That """"'""""------
Base Bids for each building and the MCKESSON
Total Base Bid the correct addition of ALSO I
\ the Base Bid price for each building VITAMIN B-1 250 mg.-100'. 1 COPFII GLOW INSULATED UYI1AOI Sin ."

: You Get What You Voted For shall 14. Tile control.Owner Represents: CTHIAMIXE HYDRO JE6.x NOW i COPPER GLOW 1
i I (a) If by provisions of the Proposal TABLETS 9 2 Betties Fir PO.loa 127,Jericho,N.Y.PUo ;:.::
I the Owner shall have undertaken to
I r furnish any materials' for the construction 100 m;.-lOO'l yB $ 49 I Sat I
asld I .
ow"a"-'pt fj -
i i 3 EAST GAINESVILLE SEWERS of the Proiect such mater lEG NOW bell Battle I I
hand at locations which I Set "C'Trtcharplat WC__
I r ials are on T bUn. 0 0
u may be determined bf the Bidder'sInquiry S 5 2 Bitflei Fir 500 _g._50'sES
\ PUBLIC LIBRARY EXPANSION wS I of the Architect or if such NOW I I Sat I

I materials are not on hand Owner they will Ear Bittle $425 lo..d M $.........
SS the to i
I be made available by 9 2i' vi'r
i MORE PAVED STREETS the successful Bidder before the time $ ....-. I
I such materials are required for incorporation ALSO 5249
MORE RECREATION FACILITIES into the Project. 25 .3.-100's Eaell Bsttts NAMI. __
(b) Title to the property on which the 1 ceu.e MINT) ....
constructed has been ; NOW ADMEULCITY.
I ProJect is to be '
MORE STORM DRAINAGE obtained.C tl 2 Battles Fir -
I I ( ) All funds necessary for prompt 1 ::
BETTER PUBLIC BUILDINGS I payment for the construction of the $150 1 .JTATI. ( -=
will be available.If *
Project EjekBittit
BYRON M. WINN, JR. ARNOLD F. BUTT i the Owner should fail 1 to comply -
o j Offs Mfint July 31. \9U. but May ba withdraw
: with any of the undertakings representations containedIn If rrAl 1 .......Allow up to 4 weeks for delivery Cask: *.!.
the foregoing or 1E8' NOW mkrml 1 utl. oflee good only to U.s.A. Off* VMd te wy. ..
i; CONTINUE THE MAJORITY THAT KEPT FAITH WITH YOU !I, any of,such the representations Bidder will b*shall entitled be Incorrect toen 0 !Betties Fir 1 I I .tot*where prelMb< *4 or tKrwia restricted.MUOOISTS .55I

extension of the time of completion
I $ ..
of construction for a period equal to AUTHOUZATIOH. -
RE-ELECT ELECT the delay if any, caused by the failure Eack littii I 1

f of the Owner or to by comply any such with such Incorrect undertakings 1.-------------- ::::

l halt representations have promptly: provided notified the the Bidd OwnerIn e r MCKESSON BEXEL VITA-RAM AT: .- i

I writing of its deSire to extend the
I time of completion m accordance with
BYRON WINN ARNOLD BUTT i the foregoing and provided further that
I such extension if any. of the time of Gainesville '
412 N.W. 13th St.
r completion shall be the sol remedy of FLORIDA PHARMACY ., ,
ri the Bidder for the Owners failure to I r
comply with any of the foregoing representation VIDAL DRUG COMPANY 102 E. University Ave. Gainesville ;
i I I

By: E. T. Martin. Executive

(Pd. Pol. Adr.) Dated Manager March 10. 1964 I I ODI'S PHARMACY 116 N.W. 6th St. Gain."m.II. i

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Turkey, Greece, Cyprus and a
Britain all must the Turks a high government source said -
approve OpposeUN

J Cyprus Back to Uneasy Truce mediator. Monday.The .

Thus far, only Sweden has MediatorANKARA rejection will be based on

given conditional assent to con- the grounds that Bennett, who i is

I NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) Ktima Monday night after, to even more tragic and deplore talks. for Cyprus by the Security tribute men to the U.N. force. Turkey (AP-The Secretary General U Thant'i

Greek and Turkish Cypriots! Greek and Turkish Cypriots bat-' able consequences." Eddie Worth, an Associated I:Council; also was reported having Brazil has refused to contribute. Turkish government has decidedto deputy chief of cabinet, lacks

i kept an uneasy truce in battered tled more than 12 hours with Casualty reports from Ktima, Press photographer flew OVt'.r1 I I difficulty getting agreement Canada, Ireland, Finland and oppose the appointment of I the necessary international -

.J Ktima today, but new armored bulldozers, mortars a west coast port of 6,000 the battle area in a British heli- !to a mediator to seek a political Austria have the matter under Jose Rolz Bennett of Guatemalaas standing and experience for

1 fighting was, feared as shots: and bazookas. Informants said Greeks and 3,000 Turks, said copter and reported that fires ,settlement of the dispute. consideration. the U.N. mediator for Cyprus I i I I the post, the informant said.

I t i rang out in nearby Mallia. I the truce was authorized by both two Turks had been killed and blazed unchecked in the be- NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO (ADVERTISEMENT) -

4 The President Makarios, the Greek 18 wounded and one Greek slain leaguered Turkish quarter. BIDDERS
British army rushed a I 1. Proposals: Sealed proposals for
I Cypriot leader, and Vice Presi- and 13 wounded in Monday's About 100 British troops were the construction including the furnishIng
\ \ platoon to Mallia in an attempt I
Some believed that Turk- off inside the Turkish of all necessary materials. machinery ADS DID
to head off another outbreak dent Fazil Kuchuk, leader of the I cut quarter tabor and equipment, of the build- PLENTY
Turkish minority.U.N. ish casualties would prove far during the battle. Worth said ings listed below (hereinafter called the
that might plunge the Cypriot: "Pro leer) to be financed pursuant toa
1 factions Secretary General U higher. he saw Britons lounging along loan contract between Clay Electric
1 into all-out
I war. i
Thant cabled appeals Monday Before the fighting stopped, a the curb as bullets whined over- the Cooperative."Owner") Inc.and the(hereinafter United States called ot

Talks between Greek and night to Archbishop Makariosand British helicopter airlifted Turk- t head. America, by the Administrator of the
Rural Electrification Administration FOR THOSE
( Turkish leaders
j at restoring the foreign ministers of ish leader Aziz Altay out of the I Thant, already having trouble (hereinafter called the Administrator!) TWOThis
,\ I II
on this eastern and designated Fla. 14 will be receivedby
Greece and Turkey to halt the surrounded Turkish quarter into finding soldiers for the U.N. the Owner on or before 10:00 o'clock

Mediterranean island were expected bloodshed which "can only lead the Greek sector for peace peacekeeping force authorized I A.M. Eastern Standard Time March
I its office located at
25. 1964. at Keystone
to start today unless anew -- ------- Heights Florida at which time week is National ant to your desires, a whole gold The "Personal" column of

\ flareup occurred. ooened and place and the read.proposals will be publicly Ad Week and we can't let suchan coin is offered." the want ad section is always

) 1 A .cease-fire was imposed on N. H. Voters Brave Bad Name or Kind ef Building Location auspicious observance pass interesting. An example is this
Meadowbrook Branch Office for Clay
Electric Cooperative. Inc.. Fla. 14. without several thousand well- It's not known whether Hapu one which was published in the

Orchids Orange 2. Obtaining Park Florida.Document: The Plans chosen words on the subject.The ever ran a testimonial to the.. London Daily Mail on May 4,

*nd specifications together with all effect that want ads in the "The- 1896 and read like this:

For Weather Cast BallotsBy <.\.r ler bidders necessary may be forms secured and from documents Moore want ad is the oldest bes Times" really pulled-but "Uncle Jim. Come home at

: : to and Florida May.and Architects.from Clay at Electric Gainesville.Coop- known form of published advertising -you must take note of the fact Ii I once, all is forgiven. Bring

'Her erative. Inc. at Keystone Heights Florida -so put that into your that Hapu was no dummy. Did pawn tickets with )'ou.-

.... upon payment of Fifteen Dollars little history book and smoke the little extra
($15.00) which payment will be refunded you get plug he
TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nam, and former Vice Presi- Tennessee: Democrat Wil-
to each bona fide bidder within it! I threw in about his place being ONE OF THE most f a m.0 u s
CREVASSE FLORIST dent Richard M. Nixon both lard Yarbrough attempts todayto ten (10) days after the bid opening.
"where the best cloth is ads ever run was this one placed -
WASHINGTON (P) Here Additional sets of Plans and Specifica- wovento
j 2015, SE. Hawthorne Rd. i iI noncandidates for the GOP become the first Democratic tions may be obtained upon payment ofTen A 3,000 year old piece ofj your desires"?? by a man named RichardW.
Dollars ($10.00) which paymentwill
are today's political developments representative in 109
.. Phone FR 6-2514 nomination. Fourteen delegatesto years not be sublect( to refund. The Plans papyrus was discovered by Sears.
i in brief from Tennessee's Second Dis- and Specifications may be examinedat
: in not too
archeologists Egypt "WANTED Watchm k
This ad was run in 1900 a e r
I the Republican nominating the office of the Owner. A copy of :
I trict. He faces Republican Mrs. the loan contract may also be examinedat long ago which contained the with references, who can furnish -
At No Place in I New Hampshire: Despite convention in July were also be- Irene Bailey Baker, widow of the office of the Owner. following: fen wanted for hazardous tools. State
3. Manner of Submitting Proposals: age, experience -
I North Central 1 Floridaconyoufind i I wind, rain and snow, between ing chosen.On Rep. Howard H. Baker, in a Proposals and all supporting documents "The slave Shem, having run journey. Small wages, bitter salary."
I to be attached thereto must
; so manywoWTypewriters :90,000 and 100,000 New Hamp- special election in the East be required submitted on the forms furnishedby away from his good master, cold, constant danger, safe return -
( ((62) shire the Democratic side, Tennessee district. the Owner and must be deliveredin doubtful. Honor and
: Republicans were expected a sealed envelope addressed to the Hapu the Weaver, all good recog- Among those who answeredthe
( : .& Adding Machines ((44)) I to vote today in the nation's write-in votes were expected for Owner. The name and address of the citizens of Thebes are enjoined nition in case of success. Ad- ad was a young man named
h Cash Registers ''I.first presidential preference President Johnson and Atty. Bidder.required Its license by the number State. and if a the licenseis date to help return him. He is dress, E. H. Shackelton." Alvar C. Roebuck.Mr. .

II 8 good::Typewriters primary. New York Gov. Nel- Gen. Robert F. Kennedy for FraternityValue and hour on of the the envelope opening in of which bids must the a Hittite, 5 ft. 2 ins. tall of Know what it was for? The
while they last $19.50KAISER'S I I son A. Rockefeller and ArizonaSen. vice president. Some 35,000 proposal is submitted. Proposals must ruddy complexion and brown "E. H. Shackelton" of the ad Sears and Mr. Roebuckgot

I i E Barry Goldwater were the Democrats were expected to be alterations filled in or in interlineations ink or typewritten.will No be eyes. For news of his where I,, was Ernest Shackelton, the,, together, and they've been
leading active contestants, but vote. permitted. and initialed unless made and dated.before submission abouts half a gold coin is off-: great explorer, and the ad:' advertising ever since.

I : Office Equipment large write-in votes were an- i Gov. 4. Familiarity with Conditions: Priorto ered, and for his return to the I I swamped him with applications I

I. .; ',_604 North Main Street ticipated for Henry Cabot Lodge, George Oregon Romney: Michigan withdrew fromOregon's ToldThe Bidder the submission shall make of and the shall Proposal be deemedto the shop of Hapu the Weaver,j from men wanting to make the' Look what it's done for them.

Sales Service Rentals U.S. ambassador to South Viet May 15 presidential City the have site made of the a careful Project examinationof and of the where the best cloth is woven 1 Antartic expedition. |.Why don't you try it?

Plans and Specifications. forms of Construction .
primary, filing an affidavit that 26 fraternities at the Proposal and Acceptance. and --
t he not and did not intendto Contractor's bond on file with the Secretary .
tI was University of Florida employmore of the Owner and with the Administrator MARCH
.. 1 t B LI become a candidate for pres- and shall become Informedas BIG MCKESSON VITA-RAMA FOR
than 150 people and havea to the location and nature of the
I ident. This left the field to three
proposed construction the transportation -
payroll of $250,000 for the nine-
announced GOP candidates facilities the kind and characterof
Ij month school term, Gainesville the soil and terrain to be encountered. BEXELVITAMIN
Rockefeller, Goldwater and the kind of facilities required before
;Civitans were told yesterday. and during the construction of the Project w
j Maine Sen. Margaret Chase general local conditions and all
I Smith-and three noncandidatesNixon Interfraternity Council Presi- other matters that may affect the cost
dent Charles also and the time of completion of the Pro-
Lodge and Pennsylvania Maloy pre- ject. Bidders will I be required to complywith ':
II dicted that within three years all applicable statutes regulations.etc. Y2 PRICE SALE
I Gov. William W. Scranton. .. Including those pertaining to the .
Maryland: Alabama Gov. fraternities would be operated licensing of contractors and the soca'led -
"Kick-Back" Statute (48 Stat. .
Ii George C. Wallace filed for on a year-round schedule to 948) and regulations issued pursuant ON ECONOMY SIZES

i 59 Maryland's May 19 Democratic keep up with the trimester sys- thereto.5. Bidders' Qualifications: A Bidder
tem. who has not already completed similar
) presidential primary. -
construction for an REA borrower shall TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON OTHER SIZES

forces o( Gov. J. Millard Maloy described the relation file Qualifications with the on Architect forms supplied the Bidder's by the

Tawes were expected to put upa ship of the fraternities to the Architect at least forty-eight (48) hoursin Morch will com in like a lion this y.or-a rearing big iol. on vitamins Y.slt', McKesson B.xl Vita-Rama
each "favorite son" candidate to I advance of the scheduled bid open- ...HALF PRICES on all economy sizes..others at huge savings. Enough McKesson Basal Vitamin( every day to

a a s 3Q oppose Wallace, possibly Democratic IFC and the University as wellas Ing.*. Time of Completion of Construction: lost six to eight months. Cut your vitamin COlts I Come shop, come save during March at the stores listed below.
to Gainesville. ,The time of completion of constructionof
Sen. Daniel B. Brew- the Project shall be as specified by
f c: V ster. The filing deadline is The IFC president said $16,000 the Architect In the Proposal.
I 7. Bid Bond: Each Proposal must be BEXEL % PRICE
,' March 16. was loaned to fraternity memo accompanied by bid bond In the form BEXEL LARGE SIZE SPECIALS .
1 zW.iJW bers last and six scholar attached or a certified check on a bank
4z year that is a member of the Federal Deposit
e. s ships were awarded by the Insurance Corporation payable to BEXEL BEXEL
I 1 8} ,'"A NOW! Wonderful relief from the order of the Owner in an amount -
vI council. equal to ten per cent (10 per cent) of the SPECIAL FORMULA $ SPECIAL FORMULA IMPROVED
acute bronchial maximum bid price. Each bidder shall
i ::, According to Maloy, the 26 agree provided its proposal is one of the IMPROVED ss 100 Capsules(100( days supply)

t I fraternities through the frater- three low Proposals that by filing its Proposal 180 Capsules ((6 mos. supply) NOW
I Ii ASTHMAattacks together with such bid bond or $398
J 1 Your choice of Stereo or Monaural -QUA nity purchasing cooperative did check in consideration of the Owner's Bexel
receiving and considering such Proposal -
33fc RPM! Your favorite Artists! Hours"of $250,000 worth of buying last said Proposal shall be firm and Brocel jj$42 ?;= $ a 5 SAVE $1.97 ,

happy listening Broadway Musical Hits and paroxysmswith year and purchasing during the such binding bid upon bond each or check such shall Bidder be held and Srw.s. FMLU

i I Popular Music Folk Songs Western Music I It respiratory remarkable Specialist formula Suffering compounded, gasping by first three months of the school by the and Owner a until satisfactory a Proposal Contractor'sBond is accepted .@- BEXEL VHP

Dixieland buy now at this terrific low price. wheezing, congested breathing amazed.relievedso year has increased.He (or Builder's Risk Policy) is furnished SAVE $4.79 (VERY HIGH POTENCY) .
fast first-time users art by the successful Bidder and
Long-lasting. Helps prevent attacks. No said a new fraternity will such acceptance has been approved by 100 Capsules ((100 Days Supply)
t Harmful drugs No pills. No painful the Administrator or for a period not
( 12 E. University' Ave. 1Z ALE'S' needle injections.Available without pre be installed on campus next to exceed sixty (60) days from the date NOW $525
F'Til 9 P.M. scription. Ask your druggist for Dr. hereinbefore set for the opening o f BEXEL
Open I Mountain Asthmatic Cigarettes the total
I Guild's Green September, bringing the shorter. If such Proposal is not one x '
I or Compound. number of fraternities to 27. of the three low Proposals the bid bondor CANDY-LIKE CHEWABLE SAVE $2.64
_. check will be returned in each Instance TABLETS FOR CHILDREN .
-- within a period of ten (10) daysto

i ..the Contractor's respective Bond bidder.or Builder's Risk 250 Tablets ((8'/j mos. supply) BEXEL MPM ..-

Policy: The successful Bidder will be NOW (MAINTENANCE PLUS MINERALS)
THE required to execute two additional coun- .r. 100 Capsules ((100 days supply)
WHO ARE terparts of the Proposal and to furnish: Bexel
(a) For contracts in amounts in excess $375 .-:
of $10.000 a Contractor' BondIn =:.=:.:.-= NOW $935 ..
the form attached to the Proposal \ ..

with States sureties Treasury listed Department by the as United Acceptable SAVE$3.74 J $**'a.Q SAVE $101--
j"j"I.I. Sureties in a penal sum not V
OF YOUR INTEREST! less than the contract price.b .
$10,000( ) For contracts in amounts of BEXEL .
or less either a Contractor's
I Bond or a Builder's Risk Policy CANDY-LIKE CHEWABLE TABLHS
whichever the Owner has specified r r BEXEL FOR CHILDREN -

below: Contractor's Bond BP MPM 60 Tablets ((60 Days S61pplyJCMAIHTtNANCE )
I Winn and Bull Are -
Bond 9. Failure or Builders to Furnish Risk Policy Contractor's: Should ( PLUS MINERALS) NOW $-132 :

the successful Bidder fail or refuse to 225 Capsules {7'/, mos. supply) _
furnish a Contractor's Bond (or Build- NOW $ 8
er's Risk Policy) satisfactory to the SAVE 66*
Owner and the Administrator within Bagel EG
I Your Best SAFEGUARD Insure fifteen days (15) after written notification -
of the acceptance of the Proposalby $349U
.. the Owner the Bidder will be considered tltltltlhtltl i l !Q!QI
to have abandoned the Proposal. -
I In such event the Owner shall SAVE$3.49
be entitled (a) to enforce the Bid Bond TAXI THIS COUPON TO YOUR DRUG STORII I Iex
= In accordance with its terms or (b)
I YOUR BOND ISSUE Programs If certified check has been delivered FJlEEBEXEL
_. .: :.:. with the Proposal, to retain from the e
proceeds of the certified check the difference -
... (not exceeding the amount of COPPER GLOW
I the certified check) between the amountof SALAD FORK & SPOON
the Proposal and such larger amountfor VHP .

I Byron Winn Arnold Butt contract which with the another Owner may party In to good constructthe faith (VERY HIGH POTENCY) I.When you visit your Beset drug Yita-Komal store featuring ,

Project. The term "successful Bid- 180 Capsules ((6 mos. supply) the McKesson
der" shall be deemed to Include any beautiful to hang in your kitchen-or
1 t For 2 Years STOOD ALONE Against the V As Your Plan Board Chairman Has GIVEN Bidder whose proposal is accepted af- NOW "" to use in making salads. .=:
ter another Bidder has previously refused EG l
: OLD GUARD For Your Neglected Needs YOU the BENEFIT of His Training and or has failed to furnish a satisfactory S $649 Y--- ;:g YOURS FREE..WHILE SUPPLY LASTS
Contractor's Bond (or Builder's $ er.ea+r
t/ Last Year Led YOUR NEW MAJORITY In Experience. Risk 10. Contract Policy). is Entire Agreement: The ; 8 bb.n.QR9JU) jlj Wj(9j( JU contract effected by acceptance of the SAVE$$.

i Setting YOUR PRIORITIES For the Bond- V CURRENTLY Is In Charge of $13 V2 the Proposal entire shall agreement be deemed between to the Include parties YOUR CHOld OF.ONI: OR MOtl ..

Issue. of thereto and the Bidders shall not
: MILLION Building Program at Univ. claim any modification thereof resulting COPPER GLOW IEVIRAGESOS _.
from any representation or promise ,
: .J Last Month Received YOUR VOTE of Fla. made at any time by any officer, agentor 2 FOR PRICE OF 1 Oo tlw n. hwiUted Cup*...
employe of the Owner or by any or 12 cz.Temblors... ..
CONFIDENCE When You Approved the V Knows How to SPEND WISELY and Show I other 11. Minor person. Irregularities: The Owner WPC... or Uteinj Pttcfcer

] reserves the right to waive minor Irregularities Sl'p SET N"
$6 / Million Bond Issue. RESULTS. or minor errors in the Proposal McKESSON 4 TUMBUtJOJ er.)...
I If it appears to the Owner that 11.00
I such irregularities or errors were made VITAMIN SR"Dr .
through inadvertence. Any such Irreg- (ASCORBIC ACID)TABLETS MATCHING PITCHEI... '
I Together ularities or errors so waived must be xa MdI ;
corrected on the Proposal prior to its yin? d08 100 mg.-lOO'i sETrarREC
I acceptance by the Owner. .yam NOW COMPUTE PIECE SET...
12. Rejection ef Proposal: The Owner
% They Will Make SureThat all reserves Proposals.the right to reject any or B B i. $)2"C' Battles fer $2.71UIPPINC .'

13. Discrepancies: Where a discrepancy $129 MITI COUPON BELSWI CHAMES PUf All.COPHt -
appears between the sum of the EachBittft *- ..
------ -------
Base Bids for each building and the MCKESSON
Total Base Bid. the correct addition of ALSO I
the Base Bid price for each building VITAMIN B-1 250mg.-IM'l GLOW INSULATED BIVIIAOI SITS ...1

; You Get What You Voted For shall 14. The control.Owner Represents: (THIAMINE HYDIOJ BES. HOW I COPPER GLOW 1

I Ii the(a) If Owner by provisions shall have of undertaken the Proposal to TABLETS S 9 2 BoWes Far I P.O. Box 127,JorW) *.N.Y.Picas -=:
furnish any materials for the construction 100 nig.-lOO't $949 ( : "
Md M 0 J Sot 'AC.pe 0 Sdrstchn .
i EAST GAINESVILLE SEWERS of the Protect such materials REG NOW Lack little I IS
[ are on hand at locations which Tumblers Q Sot "-C-- [j Set *-C__' I
ZBitttesFir '
be determined bf the Bidders 500 5,,
;j 'mss; PUBLIC LIBRARY EXPANSION may inquiry of the Architect. or if such $ 25 EC. IIIg. NOW 1 plot. Set .- ,

I materials be made are available not on by hand.the Owner they will to Each Battle **- 9 Battles Far I I londoN $......... j
; the successful Bidder before the time ......
I II such materials are required for Incorporation ALSO 5249
MORE RECREATION FACILITIES into the Project.b 25 IIIg.-lOO'i Each Battle I NoAMI. .-
I ( ) Title to the property on which the 1 CPLlU& PaUlY) --
Project is to be constructed has been Kit. NOW ADDIW
::_:_ : MORE STORM DRAINAGE obtained.c tl n 2 Battles Fir ,
I ( ) All funds necessary for prompt 1 ::
1 BETTER PUBLIC BUILDINGS payment for the construction of the "J $150 1 CrY_STAT1zlr,_
ProJect will be available. j EK settle ...
F. If the Owner should fail to comply
with of me undertakings contained 50...;.-100's Offer expose Mr 31, 164. but way ... wHMrvwmorli
i any .
Allow to 4 woKs for doli'- Cask value
in the foregoing representations or H lEt, NOW yrsrml 1 Mill.r.Offer geed wp only. fa U.$- Offer Mid ta ..,. ..
; CONTINUE THE MAJORITY THAT KEPT FAITH WITH YOU any of,such the representations Bidder will be shall entitled be Incorrect to 0 2 Settle! Fir stets whore prohibited or otherwise restricted.MUOOISTS .
I MI extension ef the time of completion S 50 1 .
of construction for a period equal to A AUTHOI1LU1ON -
RE-ELECT ELECT the delay, if any caused by the failure Each littli I

1 of the Owner or to by comply any such with such incorrect undertakings -XL. __________ :::: S

shall representations have promptly; provided notified the the Bidd Owner e r MCKESSON BEXEL VITA-RAMA ATS .-

writing of Its desire to extend the
time of completion in accordance with
I BYRON WINN, ARNOLD BUTT 'the> foregoing and provided further that

i such completion extension shalt if be any.the of sole the remedy time of of FLORIDA PHARMACY 412 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville i 1i

the Bidder for the Owners failure toj
comply with any of the foregoing rep- VIDAL DRUG COMPANY 102 E. University Ave. Gainesville
\ i resentatlont |

By: E. T. Martin. Executive t
(Pd. Pol. Adr.) I Dated Manager March 10. ItM I ODI'S PHARMACY 116 N.W. 6th St. Gainer uilleI'

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Tuesday March 10, 1964 Golneirill Sun .7:

District AuxiliariesTo III mEn 0 flun THE fflffluy f y yRuth Brides' -Chatterton Holmes'" -- I

Mrs Vera Chatterton an- Mrs. Holmes is a student al

f Meet Here Book nounces the marriage of her the University of Florida. Mr. I
Weimer Women's Editor l --- daughter, Miss Dayle Joy Chat Holmes will receive a degreein

j Tuesday, March 17, auxiliaries -Hospital Auxiliary and Mrs. W.!i WEDNESDAY, March 11 terton, to Timothy R. Holmes, electrical engineering from
of the University of Florida -! F. Enenking, president of the I Swedish Visitors Here Tea honoring Miss Anne Purvis son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. the University of Florida in
/ Teaching Hospital and the UF Hospital Auxiliary. April.
bride elect 'of Billie Nu- Holmes of Gainesville.Dr. .
| Alachua General Hospital will I Daune Houtz, assistant director '... ++.:t; ''''>W ,.. ''''_'''Jlr! { .A..o_, .", I The
t < : : ,-$ '.tm'J/ '<-- "" "" f..t.1trr.i'i .. gent Jr. of Jackson- U. S. Gordon performedthe newlyweds are making
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join forces to entertain repre-I of the University Hospital, .t11. .!ftttMJ"l ti'o/: ville, 3:30 to 5:30
t 11' l : >/i'tbI; : p.m., Mrs. N. ceremony on February 28 at sentatives of 12 other auxiliaries will be featured speaker for the i ; ,t H. Scott and i
? :Yt' l! fkTt"i.. +,.$ ): :Mrs. William F. the First Presbyterian Church. Street.
in the Northeast District of ,: M '1l (t. J'i it .4
meeting, with L. R. Jordan and : ,, +? 4s 'f Moshier at the Scott home, 3333 .
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i' the Association of Florida Hos- and E. H. Clarkson, respective 4 :. "Lv' : :fft. -.; : NE 21st Avenue.THURSDAY -

pital Auxiliaries. Eighty two directors of the University Hos- $ ', L./" fx .
auxiliaries compose the state pital and Alachua General Hos- : i March 12
ti association, with i 14 in the pital, extended a welcome to "; : i Dinner feting Miss Anne Pur
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,\ Northeast D i s t r ict, which en- the group. a .. .. 6 via, bride elect of Billie Nu-
compasses five counties. "The J. Hillis Miller Health ; I' gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville -,
A welcoming coffee will be Center: It's Role in the Flori- Co!. and Mrs. F. C. My-: .:
I given at 9:30: a.m. in the lobby da Community," is to be sub- B < JIt ers, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D.|

\ of the J. Hillis Miller Health ject of Mr. Houtz' talk. ( Macdonald.

1 Center and a luncheon will follow President To Speak k:, .-. }I" FRIDAY, March 13
the meeting at 1 pjn. in the Mrs. E. J. Melniker of Miami % .t Luncheon
ft; feting Miss Anne
University Inn.Presiding president of the state association 1 < Purvis
of Billie Nugent
at the coffee table will be guest speaker for c ? Nimnicht Jr. of JacksonvilleMrs. I icstA /

will be Mrs. Frank Lee, presi- the luncheon. t.e 1 .''1$1'> 4; ; Walter H. Beisler.
dent of the Alachua General Mrs. E. H. Watts and Mrs. R. :13' ) ::
:J. SATURDAY, March 14
R. Treweek were named cochairman I; .;.. >.- I
Coffee complimenting Miss
.f Dr. Cornell for the meeting by .1' X. Y'" Daidida Kopelowitz, i
Mrs. S. S. Ballard, director of l bride-eIectj
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Guest Northeast District. .
,the << j.t-'i': 1: until noon, Mrs. Mitchell BaumJstein f I : '0; the split personality of
Reservations for the luncheon
:1 Book Reviewer : '., ,>:,, ,,, Mrs. M. I. R u d derman
AIr drup pump
t Step'*
must be made with them by < ,' '
t'\if f ftJ and Mrs. Gerald A. Rudderman,
Pearl Buck's recent book on Friday March 13. !,
hostesses at the B mstein
Korea, "The Living Reed," will Mrs. Melniker who will ,
ar- f t:.
M home 2009 NW 2nd
I w ? Terrace.
be reviewed by :Dr. Corbin S. rive Monday to be houseguest .,.,. .., a Is I i White Lightening
Carnell for the International Re- :of Mrs. Ballard, will be honored ,".". complimenting Patent fir Summer
t Miss Karen Owens bride
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lations of the Nude Patent .
Group University with dessert
a bridge 0.
Women's Club. # Monday evening by her host- ....,,,.. m..J: be of Robert R. Rowe, 12:30: Blue Diamond
Mrs. W. C. Holland and
I p.m.
The group will meet Wednesday Miss Margery Fort of Stockholm, left, who has been the houseguest of Dr and Mrs. R. R. Beauchamp at the Patent. .& Matt
at 3 with Mrs. H. W.
p.m. Mrs. Per-Olov Lowdin, for a month, will leave tomorrow. She is
pictured former's
home 405 NW 29th
Hutchison 43rd Black Patent &
1711 SW Avenue
hostess. ess.Church with her hostess, ;Mrs. Lowdin, right, and Mrs. Saga Skaefte-Lindblom of I Street. t\ Matte Calf

Dr., as Carnell faculty member I i i Jacksonville center, during a luncheon last week. Mrs. Lindblom, vice-consul for Luncheon honoring Miss Anne 14.99 The Pair
Sweden assigned to Jacksonville, was a visitor in Gainesville and the three rem- Purvis fiancee of Billie Nugent
I ment the of University English,College works with Depart the CirclesTODAY inisced of events in their native country. The Lowdins whose home is in Upp- Nimnicht Jr. of AAAA to B Widths
sala, are spending the winter in Gainesville
international students extensively for the third successive year while 12:30: p.m: Mrs. JaCkSOnville'l

Dr. Lowdin
heads the Quantum Project.Calendar .
berlin, Miss Linda
I through the special English March 10
classes arranged for them. He Wesley Community Methodist Mrs. Cecil Love and Miss Jo

t is a .Danforth Associate and a Church, WSCS I Of EventsTODAY Nez Love, Holiday Inn. I
member of the Faculty Chris 3 p.m., Susanna Wesley Cir Dinner honoring Miss Anne I I
tian Fellowship. cle. Mrs. E. L. Williams, 819 Purvis, her fiance, and Billie

Assisting Mrs Hutchison with NW 25th Avenue. March 10 Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville STOP BY You'll Like our Sheet
SW 43rd A
v e n u e, Dr. Corbin
hospitalities will be Mrs. Robert 7 p.m., Wesleyan Service i Club, 9:30: a.m., Clubhouse Mr. and Mrs. Earl! W th Bright Ideas in Numerous
Carnell book I.
Beaty and Mrs. Waldemar 01- Guild, Mrs. H. Martin, Altrusa Club luncheon, 12:15: University guest Women's reviewer.Club I Iu Newberry_ Road. Powers. I Styles Colors Sizes .
: sen. Church. p.m.> Holiday Inn. You'll be Glad You Did.
newcomers Hnoge, 8 ,i I
I Co chairman of the interest First Lutheran Church, Ladies Gamma Chi Chapter of Beta Clubhouse West Newberry WE BELIEVE THAT- B-L SHOE DEPT. .
r group are Mrs. Robert Scarborough -. Guild Sigma Phi, covered dish supper Road.
''t and Mrs. Fletchner N.! 8 p.m., Esther Circle Mrs. R. and meeting, 6:30: p.m., Mrs. Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club, 8p.m. Spreading Propaganda is for the Birds
Baldwin Jr. I H. Wenzel, 4289 NW 16th Street. Bud Yawn. ;
Mrs. Charles We just give you the facts

I 1 .-11._..._..::0--... ............._....... __ "__ Alachua County Pharmaceu- 2248 NW Fifth Place. DurranCe'j Find out for yourself Where Gainesville's BargainsIn 8e&
I tical Auxiliary 8 p.m., Mrs. W. THURSDAY, March 1 Office Equipment are located.KAISER'S .
L. Copelan, 1207 NE 6th Street.
League of Women Voters, 81 OfficeEquipment

1 'i Club Tuesday of Gainesville Evening, 6 p.m.Supper, 1402 phries p.m. ,Mrs.3459 NW J. Anthony 12th A Hum-I 604-606 North Main St. GAINESVILLE. THE STORE SHOPPING WITH MORE CENTERBL

jhJtV fJld 1 University Avnue. St. Patrick's Woman's Club, 81 2 whole buildings to better serve : CHARGE CENTRAL CHARGE LAYAWAY
Great Books Discussion p.m., Parish HalL I :1
Group, 8 Gainesville Public Daytime OUR FRIENDS
Library.Xi p.m.. Bridge, University _____ __ ---C. = '=-___ I ____. -
\ JoSE: Phi Chapter Beta Sigma'Phi ''

1 /NE Spaghetti dinner, 8 p.m.,
; ,Mrs. Joseph Sommese, 4124 NW'

. J LOWMAN 13th, Anna Street.Miller Circle of Elk's:I

'Lodge Election of Officers, 8
iiimmimiiiiUiiiih i.iiin.niiiiuHi p.m., Elk's Lodge.Merrysteppers SWEEP

Set Definite ScheduleFor Beta Lambda, Chapter 8 p.m., Epsi-City I.

Ion Sigma Alpha Sorority 8''

Shampooing Hair p.m., Guaranty Federal com-I
munity Room Rev.

:Most women devote more Normal to dry hair respondswell Shea, guest speaker. I ..
thought and time and conversation -I to aonce-a-week shampoo League of Women Voters, 8 : Iv. : t '* : JK4.X

f to the appearance schedule. Daily brushinghelpskeep p.m., Mrs. G. Ronald Dalton, ,
t1 itlj'
of their hair than to almost any I. the hair free from dust between 4055 NW 12th Avenue.WEDNESDAY ,'$ ';> f;:#f.x.n

other aspect of beauty. When shampoos, stimulates cir- March 11
j they get together, a "summit" culation and adds a healthy i
conference often follows. Even shine to the natural color of the II Alachua General Hospi t a 1 I ." / .
reducing sometimes takes sec- tresses. If your hair is extrmeely Auxiliary Luncheon, 1 p.m.,

ond place in conversation to hair dry perhpas a shampoo every Hospital Cafeteria. ,.
problems and fashions. 10 or 12 days will be best. Gainesville Bridge Club, 1:30: u b :Z, );:
Y Any
There is still a lot of confusionas "" .
The important thing is to have p.m., Holiday Inn.
to how often a shampoo is in a shampoo ,schedule and stick! Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30 a.m., ):J
J" order. The answer is simple -I to it. Don't miss one if you can Mrs. W. T. Sandefur, 1418 NW
whenever the hair shows that it help it. Practically all hair has 16th Terrace.

needs washing. Medical authori- some beauty, but it may take a'' University Woman's Club In-
ties and beauticians are in agreement shampoo to highlight it. If 'I
your ternational Relations Group, 3 .
t on this ,point. If your hair is very dirty or oily you will p.m., Mrs. H. W. Hutchison 1711
hair is excessive oily a sham
\need two, or mabe even three SW 43rd Avenue Dr. Corbin S.
is not too much,
poo every sudsings. Rinse
carefully. When
I although this is seldom neces- the hair squeaks you will know Carnell League, speaker.of Women Voters, 9:30:

,r sary. Become Lanky that there Take is no Your soap ChoiceAs left on it. NW a.m.32nd, Mrs.Street.University J. C.. Adkins Jr., 533 The MOST in Mobile Living

Locks become lanky for the method of sham- City Bridge Club,
they are weighted down with an pooing you adopt take your I 7:45 p.m."Weed Hall, 107 NW: S
I 1 oily film. This attracts and holds
choice the basin tub or shower. 15th Terrace. I
the dust and dirt in the air. The soap will do its work in Gainesville Chapter DAR, 3p.m.
j Washing with a warm lather removes -any case. ., Mrs. Raymond W. Black-
: the oily dirt and restores Whatever For the LEAST !
the spring andluster to the hair. be procedure you lock, 709 SW 27th Street. Money
choose sure to cleanse your Cosmos Club 10 a.m., Sewing
scalp as well as your hair. Massage -and Covered Dish Luncheon, at
I the lather in well with the noon, Mrs. Alpha Kaplan, 605
.I pads of your fingers.If NW 31st Place.International.
Excitingly you have noticed that your Relations Group

I hair is getting thin and are !of Lmvtra..y \.?-..--. a -.u.. : .
I I worried about it, my new I pm.. Mrs. H. W. Hutchison 1711.I, No Reasonable Offer Turned Down
I booklet "Is Your Hair Thinning .
I ?" will help >cu. If )ou No Gimmicks or Tricks
1 W & I would like to han it, send 15 Select your new

{ e/[ addressed cents and a stamped with self- SPRING FABRICS JUST. L
request for it to. Josephine
Lowman in care of the Gaines- V
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J tKelly; ?: Hits at Rights Bill; I Kidney DENVER (AP-Four Switch of the Not prisoners Working have replaced them.1"1 ..

The not identi-
six persons who have received patients were ..

,: baboon in fied. __ i. o ::

J :'f 2 Candidates Swap Blows operations kidneys here have transplant died surgeons 1

disclosed Monday. The "Furniture That's A Joy I

other two transplants were To Lire With" I ;; .
f By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS bid for the governor's office, fixing authority of the milk com- 'termed failures. "f .

{ -- One candidate called for de- told a group in Gainesville that mission.At WALKERFURNITURE I

1 .feat of the civil rights bill pend- he would work toward improv- Miami Beach, Mathews The baboon kidneys have

;f % /.Ing: in Congress; another called ing the University of Florida lashed out at Dickinson, saying '.since been removed from two STORE

'; -:.for emphasis on higher educa- and other universities.He he was forgetful on a Sunday I.teen-aged human boys kidneys who donated survivedand IS NW Finance ItJa AT*.What Ph.Y. San K3MMWe II i

/ tion; and two other governor called for more financial televised panel show when he by

candidates lashed out at their aid to all universities, junior denied dodging politically dangerous I Ii i f .

s opponents as the campaign entered colleges and vocational schools I issues. : SWAPPED FOR

its second official week. and said he would work toward Mathews said Dickinson was Feel Like

Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland, improving the University of excused from the meeting of the I

,f ;ja Democrat making his first Florida Engineering College at Senate when the reapportion. a ITTHROUGHTHEWANT

t statewide race, told a Pensacola; Cape Kennedy and the medical ment issue came up for a vote

s audience Monday that the civil school. and Dickinson voted against an TexasMillionaire

|i "rights bill was designed to takeaway Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia attempt to bring up all pending ADS "

I -- freedoms. He said Negroes County lashed out in a Miami racial and school closing bills

sere hoodwinked into thinking speech at Sen. John Mathews of I on special order later. In addition i

the bill would give them civil Jacksonville, both candidates, he said, when the bills; 4

rights. saying Mathews helped defeat a came up, Dickinson was excused -

_Kelly promised, if elected, to bill in the 1963 Legislature that from that session. I II YOU CAN

-- seek passage of a bill to author- Karl said would lift the priceMarket I I
ize the Lord's Prayer or Bible up to j jj

reading in all public schools. In I''
addition, he said, he would seek Egg ElectricalATTIC j $250 by

amendment to that effect to
JACKSONVILLE (AP) The filing your P
4.the U.S. Constitution.
Northeast Florida Market
Former Sen. Fred O. (Bud]) Egg FANS

'. Dickinson of West Palm Beach,, prices to retailers: Residential Commercial

a Democrat making his second Extra large 45-48, mostly 47; Industrial HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONBefore
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, large 42-46, mostly 43; medium
-FLORIDA.IN 38-43, mostly 40; small 34-38, C. P. Dressier
RE: Estate of 38.Poultry. 1st
mostly April
ALMA IMOGENE FENNELL. Electrical Contractor -- -
All creditors FENNEL.of the Estate Deceased.of ALMA are at farms: fryers 13#; Phone FR 6-6193 With J. PIERCE SMITH, County Tax Assessor --- -
) ."..- hereby notified and required to file any hens light 6-6%. 910 N.W. 4th St. -
?. claim or demands which they may have -
against said Estate In the Office of the
I County Judge of Alachua County Florida IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
in the Courthouse at Gainesville. JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLO
i", .. Florida. within six (6) calendar months RIDA. IN PROBATE.
l'i: RE: Estate of
from the date of the first publicationof
this notice. Each claim or demand MARY STROMAN BRYAN.
_" must be in writing and must state the Deceased How's That For
ad- Creditors and Persons Having
; place of residence and post office ,Claims
or Demands Against Said
and must be
of the claimant
<< dress If
his agent or Estate: wonder
sworn to by the claimant
""".'his attorney to law.or It will become void according notified You and and each required of you to present are hereby any you

F. Waldo as Admin 'claims and demands which you. or _
.. Istratrlx of the Estate of ALMA either of you. may have against the 1
... estate of Mary Stroman Bryan de-
IMOGENE FENNEL. Deceased. what
(3145)) 3:10. 17. 24. 31. I II eased County, Judge late of of said Alachua County County.to the people mean "GUARANTEEDRESULTS" :

!Z':'JN THE COURT OF THE COUNTYJUDGE. Florida at his office in the court
ALACHUA COUNTY. FLO-I louse of said County at Gainesville.
_--.JIIDA. IN PROBATE. I Florida within six calendar months
__IN RE: Estate of from the time of the first publicationf
.LAURETTE V. DIFFLEY. this notice. Each claim or demand bythegood :
Deceased.To i shall be In writing and shall statelhe
AU Creditors and Persons Having place of residence and post officeaddreu
""jClalmj or Demands Against Said of the claimant and shall be
Estate: !sworn to by the claimant his agentr
C '- 'You and each of you are hereby no- attorney and any such claim or
%? Tffled and required to present any demand not so filed shall be void. old days
"' Flalms and demands which you. or"Wither Eunice Cassels try
of you. may have against the As administrator of the Estateof .
-estate of LAURETTE V. DIFFLEY.deceased Mary Stroman Bryan.
f late of said County, to the deceased.
-* --+Horida, at his office in the courtuse I(3089) 2:18. 25; 3:3.10 Antique
h of said County at Gainesville. ,
i ,,.,,,,
Florida, within six calendar monthsftom WATCH OUT / .f9
the time of the first publication 1
-,af this notice. Each claim or demand.shall '
be in writing and shall state .
the place of residence and post office Find out about Prohibition flavor
address of the claimant and shall Pre today.
.lie sworn to by the claimant agent..or f x .
...attorney and any such claim or de- .
.in'1"1 not M filed shall be void. "c/ .
As executor of the Last Will ..wy- w ...,..
Testament of .
and .ms.
.. LAURETTE V. DIFFLEY. --......rtUM6..-.

."y onby.Barber deceased.Dell. Graham. Wilcox 1 FREE INSPECTIONs Here's how it works:

Post Office Box 123.
Gainesville. Florida
Attorneys for Executrix s &tittJ
First publication Feb. 18. 1964
(3085): 2:18. 25; 3:3. 10 tiwuaago .. National

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 20 NW 16th Ave. FRo 6-2661
IN RE: Estate of I

.'J..To Claims Estate MAXEY All: Creditors or DELL.Demands and Persons Against Deceased.Having Said NOW-Westinghouse OFFERS A FULL SIZE 'I Want ad month only

-You and each of you are hereby notified
and required to present any
elaims and demands which you. or March 8
'either of you. may have against the
gestate of J. MAXEY DELL, deceased. AUTOMATIC
late of said County to the County FULLY AUTOMATIC LAUNDROMAT8
..Judge of Alachua County. Florida at
his office in the court house of said
mCwtnty at Gainesville. Florida within You can run an ad of
six calendar months from the time of '
the first publication of this notice. Each
claim or demand shall be in writing
and shall state the place of residency at the I
ind post office address of the claim.
ftnt. and shall be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent. or attorney and 4 lines for
any such claim or demand not so filed
hall be void.J. .
As executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
J. MAXEY DELL. deceased ,
jtaaonby.Barber Dell. Graham. Willcox i 10 days at

Post Office Box 123
Gainesville. Florida PRICE
-Attorneys for Executor .
-First publication Feb. 18 1961 ..... a ::.:, $ '
U08 ) 2:13. 25: 3:3. 10 2


Plaintiffs. ..

PRANK c.Defendant.MOORE.CHANCERY JR., NO. $ and .

w,_TO:Residence Frank C. Unknown Moore. Jr.. 149

You are hereby notified that a suit
has been filed against you in the Cir .
cuit Court of Florida. Eighth Judicial ".', if you are not satisfied
Circuit. In and For Alachua f >X.a
County. Florida 1 said suit entitled J .
,,;"-- E. SMITH and MARTIN CHIT..wY. >,pY ." .
with the results tell =
-'The nature of this suit is for the fore- Supply ---...-.-
-closure of a mortgage on the followaing '

-_'. Lot described 6 of unrecorded property plat to-wit in: the Limited We will run your ad :
-.. South half (S Vt) of Lot 9 of Section NO TRADE-IN .
.. 15. Township 10 South. Range 20
East more particularly described as
follows: -"
Compare for washability -
Commence at the Southeast corner ,
_0'? of Lot 9 cf: Section 15. Township 10 and economy. Famous Westinghouse
South Range 20 East thence run
-North 0 degrees 00 minutes. 10 sec- Tumble Action gives 3 Deep Rinses
ends West along the East line of .
said tot 330.62 fet thence run yet uses less water and detergent. 6 times '
45 minutes 58 more
North 89 degrees sec-
onds West 411.92 feet to the pointof Completely Self Cleaning... only 25
beginning thence run South 0 degrees -
wide. Takes full family size .
--- 02 minutes 30 seconds East
130.29 feet thence run North 89 decrees load. Ideal for undercounter installa WITHOUT
45 minutes 26 seconds West
100 feet thence run North 0 degrees tion. See this brand new model at a .
02 minutes 30 seconds West 130.28
feet. thence run South 89! degrees new low price today. Matching dryer
? 4] minutes 58 seconds East 100 feet ,, : Please call when
available for us ad results
to the point of beginning. All being only ,5M.5 your gets
and lying in Lot 9 of Section 15.
Township 10 South Range 20 East. A so it can be cancelled. This offer does ;
Alachua County Florida.
ALSO: A strip of land 35 feet North I
and South by 100 feet East and I not apply to commercial accounts. (Items
West lying Immediately South of the ;
above described property subject to WITHTHESEE must be priced below $100.00))
a permanent public easement tor I .7
road right-of-way across the same.
You are required to file your an-
swer to the Complaint with the Clerk
cf said Court and to serve a copy of DELUXEFEATURES .
.same on Plaintiffs or Plaintiffs attorneys .
whose names and address
---appear below not later than April
9th, 1964. Herein fall not or a Decree Call! 372-8441
Pro Confesso will be entered V
against you.
DATED this eth day of March, A.D.
-._-. J. B. CARMICHAEL A courteous ad writer will :
Clerk of the Above Entitled New simplified control ..provides a convenS.veeps lint out of the .

-(Court Court Seal) provides completely ient shelf to simplify water... down tne help you word your ad. This _' .:

BY Emily Waterhouse @ WestinghouseCD automatic washing. loading and unloaddraIn.. No filters or offer is not available to -
-- Deputy Clerk
PAGAN. CROUCH & ANDERSON log washer. traps to clean. ; commercial accounts.

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She Wants Cake eral Beverly l reply Hills., writ.. Calif.to Abby. 90212.Box 3365.and z 5 BROUAd. !i .71((

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velope. Abby answers all mail.DEAR .r j
-t y Abigail Van Buren w : ),

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j ABBY: Yesterday was my 46th birthday. My husband identify yourself. Once I was almost tempted to say, "It's none MEET BETSY CUTS HER SWEET / YOU FAT <( BETSY KRAMPJT PICKING THE WINNING
i! gave me a new carpet for the living room and a sofa cover. of your business. Go get your mother!" KRAMP SMILJN'PITCHER OFFN S SLQBSOWE) HER MUFRNS.PERSOMALLV.
} My son gave me some charms for my bracelet. My husband I GIVE UP HERSELF TH'BAG.r AH'VE PAPERED ) CAM SEE *S PIC11JP S TATS FOJINED: HIS
offered to take me out for dinner, but I refused. I finally open- DEAR "I": Inadequate parents rarely appreciate criticismof NEARLY MAH WHOLE!! r- BETSY < / dUSTA FIGURED LADIES' JIM
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: ed a few cans called it dinner and went sinasht to bed. The their children's manners. Either risk trying to educate your HOUSE WIF'EM KRAMP.r ; 7RADE-MARK.. s

big omission was a simple little birthday cake! I have never friends, or learn to tolerate their children's rudeness. -- ..

missed buying my husband and son one on their birthdays.
,i Why are men so thoughtless DEAR ABBY: I just read the letter from AGAINST tr:; ..
BRACES and want to tell you that I was "against braces," :to
-t too, until I started to wear them three years ago. I have made ... vV -, Y nt '.
more friends because of my braces. When you meet some- <
DEAR SORE: Thoughtless? Gifts and an offer of dinner
J body new and he wears braces, you can always start up a
out? Perhaps- had you gone out to dinner there would have / r ft
conversation with "Who is orthodontist? You talka
t been a birthday cake awaiting you. What Is eating you, II-! 'PL c C3Lt.
time about whose orthodontist is better how o
Madame? Your complaint takes the cake! long long you -ti -..a...-. ==- _
have worn braces, and what kind of crooked teeth problemis

being corrected. Some of the problems are fascinating! Some
kids who have never worn braces ask dumb questions like I r

"Don't they get in the way when you kiss?" (They don't) Just -
: DEAR ABBY: What does one do about parents who do not =

Instruct their children in the proper use of the telephone? I sign me-
: have one family in mind, but I know others, who let their 14en s -
children answer the telephone, "WHO IS THIS?"
TO I. F.: The most Important thing a 3IY
This Irks me terribly. They don't even give you a chance to father can do for his children Is to love their mother.


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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker = ,.. s.


Parisian in America o 9

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Sfrir pork Q tmr0 taste of their own medicine. tural; deprivation, the Americansare 'le due d'essence. No Frenchman YOUR SELF-CONFIDENCE B FOR ME? / UNDERNEATH THE CLOUD-OR!Nff-PJ6ED I WEIL CALL YOU IF WL NEEOWWOKHIial.Wgj >
WASHINGTON The most Here, translated from a popu- nonetheless a warm and should come home without CYNICISM,DEEDEE! &nrM AND SWORDS SHOCKED UPON WORDS AND SIIE NCE MfANINS: Olb
lar French guide to America, friendly people who amuse having seen this prodigious front IMPRESSED! SHIELDSTHE !- BROTHER!ARE YOU
satisfying way ever devised for themselves in such charming runner consume one of his coun- Z LOU5Y!"
entitled "The Manischew i t z I :' T
settling old scores among pastimes as the baseball, the try's abominable hot dogs on a : r
nations is the tourist guide book. Drinkers," is an illustration of movies with happy endings and street corner. 0

When artfully written, it incor- just what can be done without the dog racing at such tiresome / ; :
porates the elegant sneer and firing a shot spas as Miami Beach. "One will naturally desire al- fr -
.the gratuitous insult under the I so to have some personal con-
smile of brotherhood.For "So you are making the voy- "Tourists In America this tact with the grand Texan, who, 11 C .
age to America! How amusingyou year will enjoy also the enchant- be readily available at provin- ., a t,
nearly 20 years, the guide will find these proud mem- ing spectacle of the presidential cial street corners. Such an op- rN
book attack has been almost entirely bers of the Anglo-Saxon family, election campaign. The Frenchman portunity may well present itself -- o r pl,
: an American resource, whose very existence is owedto Inured no doubt to the if you have the good fortuneto

but now that Europeans are be-, the French foreign policy of sobriety of European politics, be the house guest of some

ginning to come here for vaca- the 18th Century. Noted for their will find himself always delighted amiable resident of Washington. WHEN PRANCE AND! FRENCH ENCCCSA6EPAN3 THE REPS TODAY AAG THE FRENCH CAMS YFtrT THE
,tions the Americans are getting massive Philistinism and cul- by the refreshing techniquesof 3 EN'fiLANPWEREA* SUPPCCTED THe/ COLDUE:: THE/ FJZENCH INN cur OF rr wrm A BRITISH
the so-called frontrunnersand
should the grand Texan tele- AN INTECb4TN3 ARE TODAY... '\ GOYERNMEMTWASMoRE' L'P A CUk-c OFWEWNi7TCN
dark-horses, as they fly z 4 PARALLEL IN ANNOYED; THAN HURT
GOD SPA MASS about the nation eating chicken phone, you might be permittedto 0 a THE>E BRUSH itiAR B/ THE B.KTH: CF TH3 .,.. v ,
be introduced. There is absolutely FI.AREUPS...
TAL1AM UNTO dinners and dispensing what the UNrTD STATES...
BALANCE MI RA no cause for shyness,
natives call 'bologna. 1' _
ACROSS ERIN K A S M I R as this brave statesman is notorious V'r
1.Old Testa31..Stein L Y S S E R E N A 0 E 'These front-runners and for his formidable tele- :1:1Ar I s
ment book S3.Decade A T T RULE D dark-horses, naturally, are seeking phonic capacity. :
5.Leaked 35.Cotton A D A N- 6V I B the office of president, whichis .
10.Female seeder tourist will be amused ,
37.Plantnse1 Dt I S I N A B T at present occupied by the "The- i
singer from time to time to hear the
12. ricvc In dyeing A V E S ti A F L O E grand Texan, Lyndon Johnson
14.Still S9.Flax fiber DENS ATALAYA I President de Gaulle so esteemsthe various campaigners discussthe w a
15.Soda 41.Company E R U A ti E M O R A L grand Texan that he has election as though Presidentde T TItisT
16.Underabbr.. S T E M ERA M R S offered to grant him an au- Gaulle did not exist They
world 42.From dience, and therefore one will will, for example, refer to the -
Irving not be surprised to hear that American presidency as 'the
20. character r r l.1i p rr BSTTEK
Definitely: R x.
office s
most powerful on earth'and
Inexpensive the grand Texan is considered (
not 45.Roman T1Ii's RG1T Vfl WLAST 6UWA RV E THE//prf
21.Silver garments 1.Pun eat 9.Warehouse invincible in the forthcoming assert that 'the leadershipof SaICVY. KIND FOIL .. HUNS //S IN EFPIGV; )P
symbol22.Malesneep 47.Astern 2.Mother 11.RomanS election. the free world is at stake.' ;;.c pAGpNG . "{.Wp
49.Kiwi 4.Pigpen: 12.Relative 'Fortunately for the tourist. "It would be inexcusable for
24.Marble. 51.Tape I
polisher measure Fishing des pronoun M. Johnson's invincibility does the guest from abroad to ob- iIIII(
13.Tatterdemalion various million- serve to them that matter I
2 6.Metal end 52.Poignantly Tlce not discourage no <
28.Humorist 55. Entangle 6.Word of aires men who have no doubt who may emerge the victor of == I
30.Alcoholic 56.Bushy choice 17. tired of business and the obscurity -the American contest, Presidentde
liquor dumps Liveliness. 19.Opeahos tility of their clubs from Gaulle will go on.

1 1 3 4 % s t e9 23. Doily arraying themselves as front- 'Alors, to dispose of a few I
/ i /j 25.Insect: runners and dark horses and political questions; how long'
/ 27.Chewing about the nation dispensing -
o U flying does this gay presidential cam- i.
//,/ substance the bologna. paigning continue? It will proceed
(4* ;S 29.Receive:
I Z 13 /
32.Predatory "The tourist may well en- excessively until November q
r 17 ,Q to fish counter one of these chic mil- when it will pause. A new '
% / 34.N advei lionaires on some street corner season will open in early 1965 YOU HAP AM APPOINTMENT T YES. I WAS r FATE PLAYS STRANGE 6AME5T XV6 OFTEN
; 2 tJ % zt is Proboscis in the provinces, or even while I and run continuously for the ACODRPJN6 TO THE TgAN CKIPT \THAT5 WITH WILLIAM EftAPEN AT HI5 HELP UP BY A POE5NT IT.K.3.-T IF YOU HAPNT t THOUGHT OF !
a1 7 z 77o Cleansing. dining at one of the nation's'many following four years. =: 6EPARATEP AT THE TIME OF HIS THIRTY MINUTES LATE >- _r CALL! MENT VMLUAJA 5RA7EN MiGHT' ,
38.agents Sorceress execrable lunch counters,' "Can one obtain a book that DEATH! USA MAS VISITING HAVE &EEN ALIVE TODAY/ ; :-
/ Jr 1L / s / J c 40.Universe for they roll gaily through the will explain how successful gov- WITH HER FATHER. .. a L

a 44.Taro paste streets and mercantile places ernment is possible in a stateof =' {
31 3 H
46.Boys: accosting pedestrian and shopper perpetual presidential cam-
coHoq. alike. paigning? No. <
/ snack "Who are some of the more "What should one do upon en-
47 0//// o 91 50.Sodal imposing front-runners? Thereis countering a dark horse who in- I

S*. SJ J *Insect: the charming Goldwater, sists upon buying one an abominable -aA I I
53.Transportation whose philosophy would have hot dog? One should H

Sf / t : abbr.' sent him gallantly to the guillo- say, 'M. Dark Horse, I would c
54.Astroaa ut s There is the not eat hot this
tine in 1793. gre- a dog on street
Peiima26min.. AN wsharra A-IO word garious Rockefeller, more wide- corner even with General de c ::s
ly known In France perhaps as Gaulle." -*- -

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j 10': : Gainesville Sun Tuesday, March 10, 1964 ,

: By /.I F Mitch Miller Says NBC Sty ring Along' Network 1 ..!

1 1r r i "BridgeThe ALAN TRUSCOTT /1 By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP on another network and started Miller's show has been con- I him his show was out so the Wanted
1p (c) New York: TtJDftNORTH Television-Radio Writer hitting one of their new showsin stantly moved around during network could try something"new Paper Boy l
I 2
I The deal shown today was (D) NEW YORK (AP) Mitch the ratings. four seasons in the NBC sched- and fresh."

the (Occasion of an artistic de- 4 105 Miller, the "sing along" man, Miller, who owns "Sing Along ule. It has been seen on Thurs- "New and fresh" he said. "I Must be at least 11 years of age and have a bicycle.

I fensiveplay by East which V 6 4 says NBC is the string-along With Mitch," complained that day and on Friday nights and didn't say anything about old 13th !:
Route now between S. Main St. and S.W
II I brought about the defeat of a + Q10852 network. the only suggestion he had from this season had a late Monday feature films for two hours at open

; vulnerable game contract. -- J874 "The network knew months the high command this season night spot, following a re-run of I a clip. And the new and fresh St. Please apply in person at the Gainesville Sun s

4 East reopened with one no- WEST EAST ago that it planned to drop my was to try some guest stars- an old movie and "Hollywoodand :thing they are bumping us for

trump-over one spade. The bal- Q84 4 A63 show next season," Miller "not to improve our ratings, but the Stars," which received is Alfred Hitchcock's series, Circulation Department. i iI

ancing one no-trump bid is always. VQ9732 VKJ5J grumbled. "But instead of tell- to work a little change in the consistently poor ratings. which has been around longer

..a weak action, + + 73 ing us then, they waited until show." Miller said NBC brass told than we have."

about 12 or 13 high-card ShOWing. 4AQ93. 4K10652SOUTH March 1 to give us the news. "We tried it in three shows,"

Th s'-one was Why did they keep stringing us he said. "The only one that in- <:

East's original pass., KJ972 along? Probably to keep us the
audience was
South, seized the opportunityto ,:V A.10 8AK964 from making a deal to move creased our Temple. People FACTORY CLOSEOUT BEDROOM SUITES
show with Shirley
bid.his diamonds, and over: + elsewhere afraidthey'd
: They were wrote in and asked us to cut
two hearts, North jumped -
look foolish if landed
four.diamonds. This appears to! Both sides were vulnerable out guests like Milton Berle ,

be a strong bid with such a The bidding: and George Burns. They said

weak hand, but the fit was particularly -I North East South West RemembranceOn they liked them but could see

good, and North had Pass Pass 1. Pass them other places and they Sea Mist. Reg. $139.00

already shown great weaknessby Pass 1 N.T. 24 2V Christmas liked our show the way it was."

his firstround pass. South, 4 4 Pass 5 4 Pass BedroomDouble (
very-reasonably decided to con-' Pass Pass DENVER (AP-Truman and NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR INTENTION f

tinue.to game. As the bidding'I' West led the three of hearts. Elizabeth Jones of Denver and 'I Florida FINAL,Statutes DISCHARGE Dresser $ 95 r I I

indicated that his partner was Mike and Kathy Livada of New PJ THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Mirror 89 .

short.in both major suits, he with the king, leaving South Orleans, La., can expect $50 'JUDGE OF FLORIDA.ALACHUA COUNTY. STATE ;; I

hoped to lose only one trick in I in doubt about the position of gifts next Christmas.In IN RE: THIJ ESTATE PROBATE OF: Bookcase Bed = '

each. : the queen. the years thereafter they'll i Agnes E. Philpot. Deceased.TO Chest of Drawers #? '
It' was obvious to South from get only Christmas cards from ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that FrankS. : $9.00 Down II i ii
I I Notice is hereby given
the start that the fate of the East then made the striking the late Isa Simmons as speci- Hill filed his final report as Administrator 1
return of the club king which of the estate of AgnesE. ..: ,,
would the
contract depend on fied in her will. Philpot deceased that he filed
location of the missing spade' South ruffed. South placed East Mrs. Simmons, who died Feb. his petition for final discharge and
additionto that he win apply to the HonorableH. 2-P1ECE
with K-Q of clubs in
honors. If the ace and queen, 3, named two executors of her H. McDonald County Judge of > YIk
K-J of hearts which he had Alachua County. Florida on the 20th ( X
in hands he (
were separate $3,500 estate. They are directed day of March 1964. for approval of + Mef. MATCHING
would have to guess correct-j already played. In view ofEast's to use the money to mail out I same and for final discharge as Administrator : t SOFA and
failure to the bid- of the estate of Agnes E.
ly, so he naturally open gifts and Christmas cards an-' Philpot. deceased on this 12th day rd
attention to picking up clues ding, it was "impossible" for of February. 1964. CHAIR
nually to 10 friends of Mrs. Sim- Frank S. HillAdministrator Aw
him have the /r
to spade ace.
from the defenders. live. of the estate of
mons as as they
East started his camouflage South therefore finessed the Agnes E. Philpot. deceased. A
25 10
(3087) 2:18. ; 3:3
operations on the first trick by spade jack and was down one. NOTICE OF SALE
playing the heart jack instead East's dramatic play of the You are hereby notified that the following $12900Your
motor vehicle 1961
: Dodge Lancer

lose if West held the heart ace, KAISER'SOFFICE
club king was based on count- 7312313624 will be sold at public
sale at 3:00 p.m. o'clock on the 16th
of the king. This play could only
ing. West's heart spots had day of March 1964 at 506 East Universii EQUIPMENTNEW
and he knew that West would shown that he had a five card /, Gainesville Florida. The pro LOCATION
. ceeds of the sale will be applied first
t t not underlead an ace in such suit, so East could count South to the payment of the costs of retaking 604 North Main Street Choice of Nylon or Vinyl Plastic
circumstances.South storing and sale of said motor vehicle
The Upholsteries
with 5-3-5-0 distribution.
and the cost of publication of notice of Files
; won with the heart ace, lead of the club king therefore sale and then to the satisfaction of the Files

! drew a round of trumps, and could not hurt the defense and Virginia balance Roark due under Hampton the contract Florida cover-with 66 Files in stock all new. Let-

I I led the heart ten. East won Ing the financing; of said motor ve- ter & Legal.
, proved to be an elegant way hicle. Any surplus will be paid to
you As Low as $$$49.50 DOUBLE DRESSER AND MIRROR
deceive the declarer. and you will remain liable for any balance :
, INCOME remaining unpaid under said con $8995
TAX tract. Call Fr 2-9607 With 2 Stands.
NOTICE OF SALE Commercial Credit Corporation For Free DeliverySales Matching Night Cherry with White.
THE LEVY COUNTY HOUSING Gainesville, Florida Service Rentals
AUTHORITY 0,47 3:10
Sealed proposals will be received by I
The Levy Counry Housing Authority
\ 1328 NW 6th St. FR 6-2924 (hereinafter called the "Local Author ODD PIECESDouble
ity") at the Levy County Court House ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
t (Post Office Box 838) in the Town of
Bronson Florida until and publicly
, opened at. One o'clock P.M. (E.S.T.) on
March 17, 1964 for the purchase of FLORIDA Swimming Pool 48 29"
$809,000.00 Temporary Notes (Fourth Dresser with Mirror ...... Chests .... ..............................
Series), being Issued to aid In financ-
ing Its low-rent housing protect (s).
The notes will be dated April 7. 1964.
/ will be payable to bearer on September by Rivers Construction Co.A .

1 11.rate 1964 or, rates and will per bear annum Interest fixed at In the the Triple Dresser with Mirror ........6900 Night Stands assorted .......... 995CASH
proposal or proposals accepted for the QUALITY POOL Backed by a
purchase of such notes.
All proposals for the purchase of said FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
notes shall be submitted In a form OR CREDIT
approved by the Local Authority. CoPIes .
of such form of proposals and information -
HOMEOWNERS concerning the notes may be 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 Night Stands -

on the obtained address from Indicated the Local above.Authority at Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 Formic Top Dining Tabled with 4 8995 FREE PARKING


Lewis W. Renfroe

FILE FICTITIOUS OF INTENTIONTO NAME Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board Livingroom group 2 piece sectional,

RATES'CHECK AND NATIONWIDE'S FULL COVERAGES LOW the NOTICE undersigned IS HEREBY desiring to GIVEN engage that in Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner matching Chairs, round Cocktail Table 8900 I I ,r.-- ?

business at Route .1, Box ;304 Gaines- Leaf Net and Corner Table All For -
For example on a $15,000 ville, Florida, under the name of Hickory -
home you would receive the Hill Farm Intend to register the CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
following protectIon: said name with the Clerk of the Circuit -
Alachua County Florida. it
Court of I
Fire, extended coverage. /Margaret D. WhaleyH.
glass breakage...
other perils ........... tie,nftn of. Bates G. Bates& Jones 1909 EAST 5th STREET

Personal Household I property goods and...... 0,111111 11 Attorneys West University at Law AvenueP. DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,

family( liability ........ 25,000 O. Box 396 622-7048 FLA. 602 S. MAIN ST.
Gainesville, Florida
Medical! payments....... 500 (3131) 3:3. 10. 17, 24 -rrT"l"-" '..
Theft ................. 6,000
,,' Additional living expenses 1,500 IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY

Annual Premium FLORIDA. ,
i N IN RE:
$30.21 WILLIAM". COWPERTHWAITE.Deceased. .

With $100 Wind Ded. .
:and 1 policy does all! creditors of--**> Estate of WIL-,
Current rates based on are hereby notified and required to file JIM RICHARDSONASKS
approved any claim or demands which they may
masonry have against said Estate In the Officeof
dwelling in Gainesvillecity the County Judge of Alachua County.
Florida, in the Courthouse at Gainesville -
limits. Policy "A" Florida within six (6) calendar
LUCIUS RIVERS months from the date of the first publi-
cation of this notice. Each claim or demand -
AGENCY must be in writing and must
state the place of residence and post
1514 N.W. 13th St. office address of the claimant and mustbe
Gainesville Fla. sworn to by the claimant his agent
or his attorney, or it will become void
PHONE 372.8831SECURANCEb according to law.
June S. Cowperthwaite as Execu- THE PEOPLE
r trix of the Estate of: WILLIAMG.
NATIONWIDEnationwide C. O'Neal
Gray. Chandler O'Neal Carlisle &
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Avera i

hems effice:Cehimbas,Obit Attorneys. O. Box for 44 ExecutrixP.
Gainesville Florida YOU SATISFIED.
(3146) 3:10, 17, 24,31 .



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may begin soon on the 5,600-seat addition to Florida Connecticut scored the major

Field. This will encompass a new south end zone setup. i upset in the first round of

Percy Beard, assistant athletic director at the Universityof the NCAA basketball tourney,
Florida, said today that the word "permanent" in a recent w which found a little of the thun-
story telling of the expansion of Florida Field to 48,000 seats der stolen by a couple of regu-

was somewhat misleading. lar-season developments.
Beard said the stands will be like the previous ones ex- (

cept they will remain in place "permanently." In past years, Princeton, Villanova, Texas
the seats at the south end zone were moved each spring to Western and Creighton joined

the Florida track where they were used as seating for that Connecticut as the first round UCLA Heads Final Poll
sport. tourney victors while Oklahoma
State and Purdue closed the ,

regular season with major mile

S. .7 stones.At Kentucky Runs Fourths
Stillwater, Okla., Henry
.J Ham" i ;' tba's Cowboys belted Oklahoma
-tJI h .J1 3047, the 700th career victoryfor LOS ANGELES (AP-Basket- Duke, Kentucky, Wichita, Ore- claimed three and Michigan, .
"' the 59-year-old coach. The ball Coach John Wooden of gon State, Villanova, Loyola of Oregon State and Loyola drew
SUb po lrf only other active coaches with UCLA, when informed that his Chicago, DePaul and Davidson. one each.

.700 or more are Adolph Rupp Bruins ranked above all major Coach Wooden said he spoke
of Kentucky and Ed Diddle of college teams in The Associated for his players when expressing Here are the Top Ten, their
i Western Kentucky. Press final poll of the 1963-64 pride that the panel elected his first place votes, and point

The old "temporary" stands will remain permanently at I And in Ann Arbor, Mich., Pur- season, said: team tops in the nation the basis awards on a 10.9-8-7+5-4-3-2-1
the track. The "permanent" stands for the south end zone Team ChampsFirst due upset mighty Michigan, "To get this far it takes talent I.first West Coast team to finish

will remain at Florida Field. There were about 3,800 seats in tourney bound and ranked sec- and luck, and we hope that both there since the San Francisco 1. UCLA ((34)) 392
Federal took team honors in the recent ond in the nation 8179. The loss Dons did it in 1956. 2.
the end zone before, now there will be 5,600. wom- continue to stick with us." Michigan ((1) 341
en's city bowling event. Front from left are dropped Michigan into a shareof 3. Duke
row, A regional panel of 40 broad The Bruins, with a 26-0) season 300
Engineering ProblemBeard Foye Gillis and Mae Hill. Back row, left to right, are the Big Ten title with Ohio casters and writers gave UCLA record salted away last week, 4. Kentucky 258
Elma Newman, Liz Elleman and Dot Bird. (Sun State, but the Wolverines still 34 votes for first place and 392 are the first major college teamto 5. Wichita 227

said an engineering problem has cropped up in re- photo). get the tourney berth becauseof points in an over-all vote tally, pass unbeaten in a regular 6. Oregon State ((1)) 190
gards to the location of the south end Scoreboard.The a league rule on most recent giving the Bruins a good mar- season since 1961, when Ohio 7. Villanova 124

new stands will tower above the Scoreboard and people appearances.Highlight gin over Michigan, which collected -State went undefeated.The 8. Chicago Loyola ((1)) 120
behind the board will be blocked off in their view of the Defensive StarHenderson 341 points. Bruins drew all but six 9. DePaul 72
field. Beard said an engineering study is under way to de-_ Connecticut's 53-43 upset of 10. Davidson 44NORMAN
Michigan was followed by of the votes for first place. Duke
.termine best method of relocating the Scoreboard.In Temple highlighted NCAA tour-

addition, new estimates have been sought on the overall Also ney opening rounds in Philadel-
price of the construction. It is hoped work will begin soon, phia and Dallas. Princeton, be- Thumbs Catch 'c'Z

Beard said, so the task can be completed fall. hind All-America Bill Bradley,I

The UF Is using its own money for the construction, a fact bombed Virginia Military 86-60
which can not be emphasized too strongly. Leads UF OffenseJunior and Villanova whipped Providence
77-66 in the other gamesin Errant Pitchestry

Caught on the Run the Philadelphia tripleheader.The i

guard Brooks Henderson -' had identical field goal percentages winners join Duke in re-

The Florida Sportswriters Association will be guests of the noted for defensive heroics, of .527, both battering the gional play at Raleigh, N.C. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSIt :to take over third base for the

University of Florida athletic department at Cedar Key March was also Florida's top offensive' previous Florida record of .493, Friday.At easily could have been San Francisco Giants, caught a

20-21, in conjunction with its annual spring meeting and the basketball player during 1963- set in 1962 by Cliff Luyk. Dallas, Texas Western Thumbday Instead of Monday Bob Buhl fastball on the right '

Orange and Blue football game. 64, final statistics reveaL I New team records Include: whipped Texas A&M 68-62 be- around major league training thumb in the third inning and 0

Coach Ray Graves has invited the scribes to spend the Henderson led the Gators in Most points in single game, both hind the outstanding performance camps with errant pitches put. left an exhibition game at Phoenix 3ry
night at Buren Brice's dockside cottage where fishing, fun and scoring with 381 points and an teams (Florida 114, Miami 91)); of Jim Barnes and Creighton ting two first stringers out of Ariz. between the Giants
business will occupy the agenda. Installation of officers and average of 17.3 per game, and Most points in single game ((114vs. took Oklahoma City 8978. action. and Chicago Cubs.
announcement of contest winners are top items for the scribeson in free throw accuracy with 87 Miami) and Most field goalsin Those winners join Kansas State
Jim Ray Hart, the highly
March 21, at the annual meeting. of 103 for a percentage of .845. single game ((47 vs. Miami). and Wichita in the Midwest Re- The injury was diagnosed as Q.
Atlanta approved its new civic stadium which will seat Henderson's free throw accu- gional at Wichita Friday. touted youngster who's expected only a painful bruise but pre-

57,000 for football, 50,000 for baseball. Tip i!I the Georgia racy record was the second Other statistical leaders were Other first round action tonight precautionary X rays were tak-

city will get both major league baseball and football fran- highest in Florida history, and, Highley in rebounds with 235 has Louisville, 15-9, vs. en and the thumb was wrappedin ..,
chises when the structure is completed.Still his total points ranks him ninth and Tomlinson in personal fouls Ohio, 19-5, and defending cham- PKY OpensIn ice packs. The Giants wenton .u:#

in Atlanta, that city plans a $9 million civic auditor- in single season scoring rec with 80, and field goals in one pion Chicago Loyola, 20-5, vs. to win the game 7-4 for their SLOAN
ium. There's a big battle brewing over it though. All that ords. game with 19 against Tam- Murray State, 15-8, in Evanston, third straight Cactus Circuit vic- banquet speaker

money and no provisions are being made to take care of bas- Other statistical highlights of pa; sophomore Richard Peek HI., and Utah State, 2to, vs. Baseball tory.
ketball, hockey or any indoor sports in the new structure. As the 12-10 season include Dick single game rebounding hon Arizona State, 16-10 and Oregon Lose CatcherIn Sloan To

drawn now, it's strictly for conventions, etc., with seating up to T o m inson's 44 points against ors with 22 against Miami. State, 25-3 vs. Seattle, 20-5, in Next WeekP. St. Petersburg, Fla., the .
20,000. Tampa, a new one-game scor- Four Gators wound up the Eugene, Ore.Kentucky .
ing record which erased the season in double figures. In ad- Michigan, UCLA New York Mets lost catcher Speak At

'Serious'-' mark of 41, set by Joe Hobbs in dition to Henderson, Tomlinson and San Francisco, the other K. Yonge will open its base- Clarence (Choo Choo) Coleman
I Stags: : Still Is 1958 against Georgia. averaged 16.4, Tom Baxley 13.3 NCAA tourney teams, are idle ball season a week from today with a broken thumb on his left

-- _Tomlinson_ and! Mont_Highley._and Highley! 11.5.; until Friday. The National Invi- against Santa Fe at the Rebels' hand. Coleman was injured in GHS Fete

STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) -: perature, pulse and blood pres- TWENTY'TWO CAME UNIVERSITY.. Record Of :FLORIDA 12 II BASKETBALL STATISTICSOverall tation Tourney opens in New Field. a practice game Sunday againstthe
SEC Record: i t York with Miami Detroit Tigers but the frac- I Norman Sloan, University of
old had returned Thursday ,
Football's grand man, Amos sure to normal
Name g fga-fgm pet. fla-ftm pet. reb. pf ttl avg The Blue Wave has an 11-
Brooks Henderson .................. 22 309-147 .476 103-87 .845 163 73 381 17.3 Fla., vs. St Joseph's, Pa., and ture was not discovered until Florida basketball coach, will
Alonzo Stagg, took breakfastand after a weekend flareup. .. .. .. ..... slate lined includinga
Dick Tomlinson .. .. .. 22 287-151 .527 87-40 .690 175 80 362 17.3 game up, Monday. He will be out indefi-
mouth Tom Baxley ...................... 22 324-12".38.c 66-45 .682 69 65 293 13.3 New York U. vs. Syracuse.Manatee contest with Gainesville High be the speaker Thursday nightat
dinner by Mondaybut Until this illness, Stagg was Mont Highley ...................... 22 167-88 .527 116-78 .672 235 71 254 11.5 nitely.It .
remained in serious condi- Richard Peek .................... 22 151-68 .451 74-40 .541 165 46 176 8.0 School at Harris Field on Satur- the Gainesville High School
up and around daily. He retired Paul Morton ...................... 22 113-51 .451 6W2 .667 114 63 144 6.5 JC wasn't a good day for legs
tion from uremic poisoning and Edd Poore ............:............. 19 44-19 .432 25-11 .440 46 18 49 2.6 day, April 4. either. Two American League basketball banquet The event
deterioration after his only three years ago after be- Bill KosI........................... I' 38-19 .500 17.7 .412 34 22 45 2.6
general LIMY Sommese .................... 11 13-3 .231 M .500 8 8 10 0.9 PKY will play afternoon pitchers, Milt Pappas of Baltimore will start at 6:30 p.m. at the
101 years. coming the only man honoredas Bruce Moore ........................ 11 8-1 .125 1-4 .soo :3 7 6 0.5
Con- both and coach infootball's I Team Rebounds 141 Rips FroshManatee games at its own field and night and Barry Latman of Los Moose Lodge.
for Hillhaven player
Spokesmen 446 1720 78.2
UN IV. OF FLORIDA 22 1454-671 .461 568-378.6651153 contests at Harris Field. Angeles, were sidelined with
valescent Home said his tem- Hall of Fame. OPPONENTS 22 152" .392 568-391.688 924 441 1606 73.0 The GHS
cage squad, varsity,
I INDIVIDUAL HIGH MARKS Wilbur Hoskins is coach of sprained ankles.
Points: Tomlinson vs. Tampa (44) Junior College handed
the Blue Wave baseballers.The junior varsity and others, will
FGs: Tomlinson vs. Tampa (19) Florida's freshman baseball Pappas, a 16-game winner
Cassius Gets Another FTs ley: Henderson vs. Tenn. vs.(11)Georgia Tech High- team an 11.2 setback yesterdayat Schedule: last year, pulled up lame rounding be feted.
Rebounds Peek Miami (22) .
: third base as the Orioles
GATOR RECORD Perry Field. It was the sec- March 17, at Santa Fe; March Parents of players have been
I Florida Opponent ond loss for the Gators in practiced cutoffs. He was advised
Baby Park N March
78 Florida State 55 Orange ( ); invited along with Moose Club
79 Miami 95 five March 26 Wil- to ease up on his train-
games. 24 Williston at
108 Tampa 75 ing for a day two after X- officers and wives. Some 180
Chance at Mental Test 82 Tulsa 86 Levine and Casaro, pitchingfor liston; March 31, Santa Fe; or are to attend.
100 Manhattan 75 the Lancers, limited the UF April 3, Green Cove Springs; rays revealed no fracture. persons expected
74 Air Force 68
The Hurricanes
86 Tulane 79 freshmen to five hits. April 4, GHS (N); April 7, at Latman will be out 10 days posted a
creditable 15-10 overall record
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) brainy with the pencil and During the weekend Patterson 114 65 Miami LSU 91 87 Jerry Ponder had three hits Inverness; April 10, at Green after stepping in a hole while reaching the regional ,
Tassius Clay's brain gets a paper. I got out of (Louisville) offered to fight Clay for no 57 63 Georgia Auburn 59 46 For the winners and John Frye Cove Springs; April 14, Inverness -running in the ()utfield.Monday's before bowing to a tourney'inals strong
latch with Uncle Sam on Fri Central High with D-minus." purse, with a $750,000 guaranteeto 52 Florida State 59 homered in the sixth. ; April 17, at Orange Park. only other exhibition Cocoa quintet.
day-and Sonny Liston, along While Cassius prepared for the champion. Clay's ire rose 86 72 Alabama Kentucky 60 77 The two teams were to play (N-night games). game was a slugfest with the i

with all the other heavyweight the exam, Manager Bill Faver- over Patterson's reference to 97 58 Alabama 71 79 again at 3 p.m. today. The sub-group tourney Is set Cleveland Indians outlasting the GHS coach John Raper will*
boxing contenders, will have to sham sized up the contendersfor taking the title away from the 61 Mississippi State 64 Manatee 210 032 003-1114 3 April 24-25, the group meet on Boston Red Sox 11.9 at Scotts- present awards to players. *
await the outcome before Clay's crown. Black Muslins. 91 79 Vanderbilt Mississippi 98 91 UF Frosh 000 000 110- 53 May 1-2, the regional tourney'dale, Ariz. Leon Wagner and W. S. (Tiny) Talbot, GUS :

matching brawn with the cham- "If Cassius is not accepted by Clay said he didn't like the 69 92 Georgia Georgia Tech 64 73 Levine, Casaro ((7)) and Jordan; on May 8-9 and the state eventon Dick Howser were the standoutswith principal, will be toastmaster
pion. the Army, Listen deserves the mention of his religion when 59 Tennessee 59 Smith, Bryan and Gross. May 1516. three hits apiece for the for: the event. ?

next bout because he's the one discussing his professional life. o
After reportedly flunking the who lost his title to Cassius The 22-year-old Louisville na-
mental test in a previous Selec- Faversham said. tive, home for a week of rest, Discussed I INEW
tive Service examination, Clay I I Top Three said he will remain with the Humphrey Program
gets another chance in Louis-
"If Listen's left arm is in such sect headed by Elijah Muham-
ville. shape that he cannot fight, then mad and will not join the splin-

"I really tried hard real I'd say that the men who deserve -ter group organized by Mal YORK (AP-Sen.) Hubert Sen. Wye: "Right, Harry. to run the modem pentathlon Bobby? Or Teddy? Or Sargent: a word you always use about
hard on that mental test," a chance are Doug Jones, colm X.Malcolm. Humphrey has suggested i This could be the biggest thing from a split T formation.I !Or Stephen? Or Peter?" I II rowing so they'll think you'rean

Clay said. "It wasn't too hard, Ernie Terrell and Eddie Ma- X had been Clay's the appointment of a White.' for politicians since the first nominate Darrell.RoyaL" I Rep Eff: "Or Frankie Boy?" expert. Like the rhumb line

I guess, but I never was a good chen, and I'd have to put all of companion in Miami Beach before House commission on sports to rivers and harbors bill was Rep. Gee. "He already has I Sen. Wye: "They're too young. in yachts."
reader or a good speller, not them before Floyd Patterson." and after the fight and in assay America's weak showingin passed. Remember, every partof everything coach, athletic di- One of them could be undersecretary Rep. Tee: "How about Stan
the recent Winter Olympics. the country needs more fa- "
half of
New York. Malcolm X said dur- rector, professor and the repechages. Musial? .
weekend- -he has Included was a massive program cilities. oil wells." Rep. Queue: "Repechages? Sen. Wye: "The Man? Not in
lag the splitwith I to build Olympictypesports Rep. Pa: "It would be a boonto "
It Was Player's the Muhammad and. Indians. What's that? an election year. We need the'
to form group with a facilities in all parts of the economy. Think of the Sen. Zee: "Well, how about Sen. Wye: "I don't know. It's women's votes."
plans a
group the country to train future com- coal industry. You can't build

more militant approach toward petitors. I cinder tracks without burning .
civil rights problems in the "
($4,000) South. Hearing rumors that some: coal for cinders.
DayPENSACOLA lawmakers thought this inadequate -i Rep. Tee: And the fiber glass RUSSIAN OLYMPIC TEAM

"I am a fighter and I am the peeping reporter bor- industry, too. We'd need mil-

Fla. (AP-Be-) Player said he liked the Pe- religious. I am not going to do rowed Floyd Patterson false lions of glass vaulting poles. .
fore Gary Player went on the sacola Country Club course anything that's not right," Clay moustache and beard and set Rep. Gee: Why import vault-
said. "I don't know much about about in ing Poles. Don't we have enough Athletes
course to play off a tie with Arnold which measures 6,380 yards. eavesdropping an ex- 45,000 CapableNEW
Palmer and Miller Barberin Palmer, defending champion, what Malcolm X is doing, but I clusive Washington club where vaulting Americans?"
the $25,000 Pensacola Open said he never got the feel of his do know that Muhammad is the representatives speak only to Sen. Zee: "We can't let the -
Monday he said "Maybe this putter during the tournament. wisest. senators and senators only Russians get ahead of us. I hear YORK (AP-There are Brumel, whose 7-feet-5% is Brumel said he believed *
will be my day." "The greens were like puttingin speak. they're applying their rocket 45,000 athletes in the Soviet the highest any man ever high- mark of 7.2 might be good'
It was. glue but that's still no reasonto Basketball Sure enough, the round-table techniques to the pole vault to Union capable of making the jumped, is in New York to receive -enough to win the gold medal at!

The little South African shot aoneunderpar play as badly as I did," he conversation concerned the sling their men higher." Russian Olympic team, high the American Broadcasting Tokyo, and the man to do it;
71 to beat Palmerby said. "I not only putted badly, Olympics. Listen: Rep. Queue: The refrigeration jumper Valery Brumel said to- Company award as Athleteof might well be the flop of the
one stroke and Barber bythree I played badly. I could not make ,Results Rep. Tee: "I'm in favor of industry has.been weak with so the Year. The presentationwill 1960 Games at Rome, Boston',,

and win $4,000. They had the ball roll on the greens Humphrey's program. Why many people not keeping up day.They bold medals as Masters be made at a dinner tonight John Thomas. 2
tied of the that bothered Purdue 81. Michigan 79 there isn't a downhill or slalom payments on deep freezers. "Thomas is much inW
at the end regular really me. Okla. State 80. Oklahoma 47 of Sport, the highest honor very
72-hole tournament with 274s. I Palmer had a chance to tie Illinois 90.76. Iowa Northwestern 67Indiana M course in Texas, big as it is. They could convert to skating our country can give to a Not Sure proved, I understand," the Rust;!
"I was under more pressure Player on the 16th hole but over- Kansas St." 74. Iowa State 6/* We should have at least five or rinks-and all the bobsled and sportsman," the slim, good- "Even I am not sure of mak- sian said. "I think he can do*
than I ever have been in my I shot the green, was short with Colorado 19.NCAA Nebraska riayeffs 73 six. ski courses in the South would looking world record holder ing the team," the Russian 72. I think I also a capable;.

life," Player said when he closed: his next shot and then went six Princeton 86.Easter VMl 60 Regional Rep.. Eff: "And what about have to be refrigerated the year from Moscow added. physical education student, of that height" 5

out the day and pocketed his feet past the cup. VUlanova Connecticut 77 53.Providence Temple 48 64 Florida? We have all those wa- round. "Every one of them is good father of a three-months-old son, Asked why be didn't think bar'
check. "It's awfully tough when It was only the sixth time Midwest RegieoalsCrelghton ter skiers. With proper facili- Rep. Aye: "Deep freezers. in his to quail said in an interview. "We have might match his mart of 7.s,%
1 1 have to against two fel- Palmer has lost in 17 playoffs.. 89. Okla. City 71 ties, we could train them to win Don't mention them in Wash enough specialty who Brumel replied: *
you go Texas West. 68. Tex. AIM 62 fy. So you can see how hard it many men are approachingseven
bw ." Barber will compete next in NAIA First TOURNAMENT R..... every Olympic ski event. ington. is to make the Olympic team. feet There are two school "It Is one thing to jump in a!
Too CooperativelyHe the $25,000 St Petersburg Open I St. AMr 's. Tex. 64, Central Conn. 62 Sen. Exe: "You fellows are Sen. Exe: "I hear they already million and boys who already have gone routine meet It Is another toy
Mllea Ala. 79 There are men
Mansfield Pa. 99. Bud Wilkinson
said he had given up driving -but Palmer goes to York: GeNOrge TTKy.. 87, 5?. Joseph's. taking the narrow view. There have offered -women registered with the vari- over seven feet and I do not jump in the Olympics. Pressure
with his No. 4 wood because for a golf show and then home,. Indiana. Central 92 Morris Harvey 11 should be at least a cabinet the post of minister of association but these know how ,good they may be is tremendous. The strain is sot
"I haven't been winning to Latrobe, Pa., before joining, Huntingdon Ala. $. Hastings 17 post and an interstate sports Olympics if he'll dump the election ous sports when our final trials are held in I great that no man can give hit:
Crambllng 75. Quincy. IU. 72 45,000 are all potential cham-
enough tournaments. I've been Player at the $50,000 Doral OpenCarsoft4ewmr1 l East. Mont. 70 commission. Why let the White for senator. best.Problems ." y
1&Y1u too conservatively. In( MiamL. 75. Lewis aV dark ttV House run everything Rep. Tee; "Impossible. He'd pions. August. rant...
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12 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, March 10, 1964

PhilsI I Top Records in State MeetThree

H HQ. once-beaten teams will AA ranking); Daytona Beach Class A-Riviera Beach, 28-1; Tourney play starts at 9 a.m.

compete in this week's state Seabreeze, Class A; Zephyrhills Palatka, 22-4; Seabreeze, 22-6; Friday on the UF varsity court.

LookUp high school basketball tourneyat and Malone, Class B; and Camp- Plant City 226. I Games are set thereafter at

Florida Gym. bellton ,and Hilliard, Class C. Class B-Madison, 26-2; Mount :10:30 a.m., 1, 2:30 and 4 p.m.
i The records of the competing Dora, 26-2; Zephrhills, 28 5; +and 6:30: 8 and 9:30 p.m.
Riviera Beach, a big favoritein teams: Malone, 28-4. I Finals Saturday will be at 3
Class A, brings the state'sfinest
I Class AA-Hillsborough, 25-1; Class C Billiard, 22-5; Lake and 4:30: p.m. for C and B, re-
record into the meet. Riviera
Beach posted a 28-1 reg- Miami High, 20-1; Cocoa, 28-2; land Santa Fe, 20-7; Lake PIa-I..spectively; and at 7:30: and 9
Pensacola, 234.RIDGEWOOD.. cid, 14-10; Campbellton, p.m. for A a.d AA, respectively.YANKS' .
CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP- y ular-season record. The lone :

.q The camp of the Phillies throbs loss came at the hands of Delray
,;: with optimism this spring. Gene Beach Seacrest. JIM BOUTON

Mauch, the intense young man- Tampa Hillsborough has the
ager, has sold his club on the next best mark. The Class AA

r importance of a fast getaway. Terriers are 251. Hillsboroughis in
I,, After years of fumbling in the coached by former Florida Bulldog DoghouseClark

., darkness, there is pennant talk eager Bobby Shiver. Hillsbor-

in Philadelphia.At ough's lone defeat was at the N. J. (AP) The timing was a little un- For 1964 he wants $20,000, a I

the moment Mauch's main hands of Tampa Robinson. The Bulldog, it is in
k appears pleasant, too. Bouton got the ultimatum -100 per cent increase.
project is converting Richie Allen Miami High, No. 1 ranked the doghouse. And this particular -
into a third baseman. The team in the state at the closeof doghouse threatens to get on his 25th birthday, The Yankees offered a 60 per I
w Pa. led the season, is 201. Coach I Sunday night, in a a telephonecall
slugger from Wampum, dog-gone expensive. cent increase, or about $16,000. ,
the International League last Class A Plant CityPictured Vince Schafer's Stingarees always "It looks like they've got me from Houk. The Yank G Ididn't Then they offered an 80 percent (i
year in triples ((12)), homers Entry are a tourney threat and over the barrel," Bulldog Jim make the news public increase, or about $18,000. I
(33)), RBI ((97)) and total bases 1964 has proved no exceptions. Bouton ruefully admitted at his until a news conference in Fort ,
,' ((299)) while hitting .288 for Little above is the Plant City basketball team which has posted a 22-6 Miami High lost to Miami Beach home here after he had been Lauderdale, Fla. Monday.'I .
Rock as an outfielder. record and earned a berth in the state tourney here this weekend. Front row but won twice from that foe la- handed decree
(L-R) are Terry Fulton, Jackie Thomas, Junior Gale, Gary Watson, Dick Carson, ter in the season. a sign-or-else don't think the club can
from York Yankee General
.., The man who switched Carl Rick Ward and Paul Scott. Back row (L-R) are Manager John Diehl, Gerald Dan- Madison and Mount Dora both give him what he demands and 1M
Yastrzemskl from short to the Tom Nead Emmett Traxler and :Manager Doug Manager Ralph Houk. still be fair in its dealings with
'.' ley, Mike Rollyson, J. D. Ayscue, hive 26-2 records to lead the
outfield when he was managing Smith. Class B contenders. Best of the The or-else is a $100 a day other members of the team," \
in the Red Sox chain at Minneapolis Hook said. j
.' Class C entrants on a won-lost fine, starting midnight Wednes-
is convinced Allen can .t
basis is defending champion day, for each day the brash -
master the change. "I probably won't make a decision -
.. Dick Stuart Looks .
Hilliard 22-5. young right-hander is absent until the deadline," said r.TRY
"This kid, Allen, signed as a Previous Winners from the Yankee training camp. Bouton, dubbed the Bulldog by J
shortstop," said Mauch. "So did Teams that have won state "I'll probably have to giveIn his teammates because of his
2. Yastrzemskl. After I saw Carl] crowns before include Miami ," Bouton said. "But I'm goingto I fierce competitive spirit.
n play short I took him off and Toward Radio CareerSCOTTSDALE High, Pensacola and Hillsbor- check thoroughly first to see I

'*. recommended the outfield. His ough in AA (Cocoa won the 1960A if I have any recourse. I think Last season Bouton was the
= bat was only a shade away from crown before it moved up to this is grossly unfair." I Yankees' top right-hander and
being big league but I was Ariz. (AP) Sox would like to hear about like the game of the week. I one of the American League'sfive

:; afraid he might lose the bat if "And now, back to our play-by- 1970, after he plays his last think I've got a good gift gab 20-game winners. He was "

Z! the fans got on him. play announcer, Stone Fingers game and his first baseman's and, like anybody else who's Sommese Rolls 21-7 and led the club in earnedrun
Stuart." glove is impounded by the Na- been up a while, I know a lot average at 2.53, fourth in KING
I "Allen looked last year like With the possible exception of tional Safety Council. about the game. the league. EDVARD"America's
,J he was going to hit up here. We one or two words, that's what "I'd like to do baseball on tel- "Of course, I think I've still
.* had him for 10 or 11 games lasts Red evision he said. "Something For this he received $10,000. Largest Selling Cigar
Dick Stuart of the Boston got four, five, maybe six years 635 Series
fall. He is fast and quick with left as a player." Big
long arms and good speed. He
weighs 185 and I'll bet 135 of Stuart broke into television Silv
; them are above his belt. We did Four-Minute Mile ElusiveTo last season in Boston. Joe Sommese, Bank of Haw.1 I Powell led the Twilight JI1nn I
and he did "Whenever I'd been inter- League at Palm Lanes with a
: it with Dom Demeter thorne, showed the way in Com
viewed on radio or TV, I'd al- 548 set. Ray Allen had 216
after a
an adequate job moving Kansas State's Camien mercial League bowling last
'"from the outfield to third. ways done a pretty good job, high game.
he said. "And I was also sort night at Palm Lanes with a 206-

J Mauch says he traded Demeter MILWAUKEE (AP) The Camien was in a class by of controversial.TV. 205-224-635 series. Wendell Bill Holmes of University

: to Detroit for Jim Bunning four-minute mile is proving an himself and he surged Into the Idea Locklear of Tropical Pontiac City B a n k had 222164193-

I : and Gus Triandos to help his elusive goal for John Camienof lead after one lap en route to "Anyway, this agency in Boston -and Foy Stephens, Budweiser, 579. Boyce Crowe of Belk-Lind-
pitching and because he badly Kansas State at Emporia, came up with the idea of a I sey hit 552, as did Chuck Buckof
a 59-second first quarter. He hit both had 595s. had
Stephens a
Knotts Bar. Joe
; needed a right-handed hitting but he and his coach think it's TV show. We got together on Mueller, Un-
.: catcher with power. only a matter of time before he the half mile in 1:59 while pull- a price and then went out and 246 high game.Budweiser I iversity City Bank, had 551. > A

.. ... cracks the barrier."It ing away from the field. got a sponsor. The money was totaled 1086-1007 Joyce N a c h trieb paced the
women with 163140.172475..
good but I ended paying it
r can happen at any time," After three quarters, Camienled all back in taxes.up So I really 996-3089 with the 1086 best Sin- Gay Arnold, Moose, had 466.

.. said Coach Fran Welch after by 25 yards with a time of just did it for experience."The gle effort. Harvey Nachtrieb, Moose, hada

''... .Camien won the U.S. Track and 3:01.: He tried to run like a show went on at 11:15 225 single game high for the
I gbsiCd Field Federation indoor mile title men and Barbara Holmes University 6 C
I. dashman as the seconds ticked Sunday night and lasted 15 min-
-.. with a 4:02.7: effort Monday away, but his finishing kick utes. It was called 'Stuart on Tampa Books City Bank, had a 183 for t
night in the 13th annual Mil- Sports. Gene Pell, the No. ]1 the women.
waukee Journal Games. was not enough to get him I newscaster at WBZ-TV, workedon Best ScheduleTAMPA Moose rolled a 2031 series and
through the tape in under four. it with me. University City Bank had a 710 ;:
Camien, a 20-year-old junior,
minutes. high Mrs. Nachtrieb :
became a serious threat to "He'd ask me about that (AP-Athletic Direc- game.
day's and we'd interview made the 3-7 split, Ted Arnold,
break four minutes last May Welch noted Camien's age game tor Sam Bailey says the Univer- j{
and 6-7; and Bill Sneed, 67. 1
somebody give sports re _
.Pnp a: when he-finished fifth in 4:00.7: and said he believes the sity of Tampa football team will
youngrunner's I suIts. If the team was home, we : : .
in'tbeUldde'sto'/Calif.: : 'Relays .f
outdoors. 'He won the Mason- peak is well ahead of did it live. If we were on the play probably its "best ever"schedule
him. road we'd next year.
tape an interview
Dixon indoor mile recently witha
clocking of 4:01.9.: beforehand and I'd call in on Bailey, who also will take over I
the beeper phone during the
-. : Cotton Not the head coaching job next fall, N
During much of the current show and talk for one minute. I
-w campaign, he spent time chas- Stuart, who hit 42 homers signed Southwestern Louisianafor .
-- ing Loyola's Tom O'Hara to last season and led the American Oct. 17 to round out a 10- 'g'sI.i.
sub four-minute miles. In the Ailing Now League in runs batted in game schedule. y'yr

:: BOB GOULD absence of O'Hara, Camien had with 118, was asked whether he Bailey commented, "We have _
-= clinic speaker to set his own pace in the Milwaukee minds being ribbed about his three major schools lined up and
meet and fell short despite Rematch SetNEW defensive ability. A reporter i the most we've ever played before

.z Clinics Set the encouraging. cheers of specifically mentioned Stone that I remember is two.''

5 4 10,159 fans. YORK (AP-Eddie Cotton Fingers, a title bestowed on He listed them as Virginia When we fit you in a suit tailoredby I
For Softball having shaken off a flu bug Stuart by Henry Aaron of Mil- Tech Sept. 19 in the home opener -
that plagued him three weeks waukee. for the Spartans, Memphis "Am I Hart Schaffner & Marx, the I

OfficiatingBob ShamrockGolf ago, gets a chance to shake up "No" that was all in good State Oct. 3 in Tampa, and the gladthat look you buy is the look you keep.
fun, Dick said. and 1
unbeaten Johnny Persol's new "Henry University of Mississippi Nov. 7
Gould, superintendent of ring image Friday night when are good friends. at Oxford. I found out in time Handwork is one reason why. HS&M suits receivea

recreation in Orlando, will con- Meet the light heavyweight contenders that an independent lot more of it than ordinary suits. Buttons are

duct the first of three weekly square off in a 10-round return Chargers Texans Broncos cgent makes The Big sewn by hand. So are buttonholes. Collars shoulders -
Difference in Insurance!
match at Madison
Softball officiating clinics at 8p.m. Square ,
March 1922T His continuing, personal sleeves linings and many other areas of
tomorrow at the Recrea- Garden. t
And Cowboys Take Victories attention to my insur- your HS&M suit receive exacting hand treatmen'and
tion Center. Persol, a 23-year-old New ance needs saved me I
detailing. Hand needlework sews suppleness ;
All interested in
persons um The annu- "
Yorker, vaulted from near ob- thousands of dollars. Be
piring and managing are invit- al Shamrock golf tourney for scurity to the No. 2 spot on the I Four Midget League basket- Steelers, 8; David Nash, Rams, glad not sad! Call us. into the finished garment. Creates a permanent I,
ed to attend. women is set at Capital City World Boxing Association Ugh ball games were played at theBoys' 10; and Todd Rainsberger, anytime! softness which makes the suit drape handsomelyto
March 19-22. Club yesterday. Browns 10.
Country Club here ,
Gould, a member of the Cen- heavy list via a split decisionover I the contours of the wearer. Result: the look you ,
Qualifying round is Thursday, the top-ranked Cotton in Chargers beat Buffalo Bills Cadet frays saw Moose beat
tral Florida Officials Associa- I Kirkpatrick
buy is the look you keep.Visit us today and see how .
March 19, for the championshipflight.
the Garden Feb. 21. Cotton 22-4 Gaswell, 8-2; Denny Concrete
tion for 15 years, will discuss now ; Texans won from Raiders,
rules and problems in the two- Attested 18-hole scores is ranged third contender. 19-4; Broncos topped Oilers, 15- topped Sperry, 14-2. Doug Cooper 6- Hart Schaffner & Marx suits you.
hour session. will be accepted for other 8; and Cowboys beat Patriots, had four for Moose and Jerry
flights. But Cotton, a 17-year campaigner EdmonsonInsurance
24-3. Dowdy 10 for Denny.In .
Ray Massey Gainesville rec- First round play is Friday, and his manager, Midget games, Patriots HS & M Miracle Suits . . . . $85.00
reation director, said all officials Lothar
planning to work in local March 20, for all flights. A chip- George Chemeres, felt Eddie deserved -I Top scorers incuded beat Oilers, 23-5; Cowboys won Inc.
Sommer, 14, for Chargers; Joe
ping and putting contest also is the nod despite being
from Raiders 34-4
leagues this summer must at- ; Cowboysbeat IN. Main 372-8438
slowed by a virus. The Seattle LaBelle, 9, for Texans; Steve 3
tend the clinic and join the departments set.Second six Oilers, 27-3; and Texans
Wilson and Hal Ingman,
Official Associa. round of match play I veteran is healthy again and has I and topped Buffalo Bills, 143. Sdwiiinan
each for Broncos Danny
in all fights is Saturday along ;
Leading scorers:
I Persol survived sixth-round .
a Johnson, 15 for Cowboys.In G1
with consolation
clinic is open to both men play. i knockdown he claims it wasa Junior League competition Jay Hoffman, Patriots, 16; I
Finals will be Sunday,
Jeff McChristian 8 in
and The second clinic
women. "pushdown" and ran his Bears won from
225 W. Ave. FR 6-3502
March 22, along with University
session will be March 18, and play. pro victory string to 11. He had Browns, 27-24; Steelers nipped both games; Carl Sims, Texans, I I

the final one on March 25. There will be prizes in al taken 85 straight amateur fights. Rams, 27-26; Rams beat Bears, four. ..... .. 0 ... ,, -.- -. _-......-- -
AF. < ; c- .i-: : -
is voice Colts -- "" ";; <
flights. Entry fee is $10. Course Johnny an early 8-5 to 26-20; and Browns topped ,

Snipe Champ will open for practice March 15. i repeat over the 37-year-old Cotton 2613. BRAKES
Entry deadline is 6 p.m. thurs- i who takes a 50-15-1 slate Leading scorers: John Dulaney :\

MIAMI (AP-Don Brown Jr., day, March 19. :into the rematch. Bears, 10; Sandy Wilson, /\ r--'

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Tuesday March 10, 1964 _Gainesville Sun 13HighAir


UfOftT U.S. Planes


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1 1I TODAY'S DOW JONES Over Red China?
GE, U.S. Steel Developing Pre,'. Close Components 1st Hr Flying

807.181 Ind st. I Up 0.31

New Metal Rolling Method 191.791 I Rails I Up 0.17 Sfrra lark tfcimra RB-57 but also has two small

UtiL 0.14 added mounted
I 140.211 I By RICHARD WITKLV I engines

Stocks 0.01 YORK altitude I 'Sources' RB-57 Does of the two main engines
; 282.211 1 Up NEW High Soy
(9 Ntm Vl1tk \iTtmrfi forces of pressure and tension along with the pressure and;' RB 57 reconnaissanceplanes ; The existence of the RB-57F
I applied in a rolling mill. tension of conventional rolling. ; 5,510,0001 Volume I 1,500.000Late first became publicly knowr
I with several advantagesover
NEW YORK A new meth- !.! In addition it was found Defense Del.iesI II I last fall when it was seen al
: called 1 I the U-2 are reported to Dept.
od of metal rolling devised at The new process, that the bending made it possi- Morning II Edwards Air Force Base. Calif.
been missions
have flying over
the General Electric Research "contact-bend-stretch, or C ble to use less heavy equipment I I The Air Force released some

Laboratory is being further developed B-S rolling, is the result of studies for the over-all process of work- Communist China for some I details on the plane's dimensions .

t by the United States by Dr. Louis J. Coffin Jr., ing metals. The new rolling me- N. Y. ListingAllis time. The Department of Defense the public Feb. 29. I and engines but it has refused

Steel Corporation.The in the G. E. metallurgy and cer- thod is considered to have po- officially denies the report. But I Reports are that RB 57 missions to release any pictures.

I collaboration by the two amics research department.Dr. jtentials i in the processing of Chal 17H Int Pap 31aii I Orange Lake informed sources say various I have been flown both by i The latest version of the plane
Alcoa 784 Jones &L 723,
big concerns, which is expected'to Coffins' investigation was ,stainless steel, which because I, > r' models of the Nationalist Chinese and American -I is reported to have a range ol
AmAII42 -i Kais al 38tt'Am !
effect savings in production on the effects on metal of cy- of its hardness is difficult to RB-57 have pilots. ;' more than 5.000 miles comparec
Brk 543i Ken'cott 84
equipment and materials requirements 'did plastic strain, which is work beyond particular degrees AmBdPar 344 Lig & 76'. j' Water Level New York been collectingdata I The Peking government complained I f with about 4,000 miles for the U.
was announced over -:I broadly analagous with what(of, thinness before annealing. : AmCan 414 Loch'd 39 on Communist I about RB-57 "incursions" -, 2.
the weekend by the G. E. laboratory -,happens to a paper-clip whenit Potentially the new method Times !
AmCyan 624: Lorillard 45 Rise SteadyOCALA I I Chinese!I over the Chinese mainland -! It also can carry a larger
in Schenectady N. Y. is bent back and forth in opens the way to the use of '
AmMot 164 Mag'vox 38ii i V military and industrial -i as long ago as the fall of load of photographic and electronic
The method. described as a a curved form. In the process, I lighter.. less costly milling Exdu!.l\'c 1962.It.
: AT&T 1384 Hon 1264 I capabilities .
major innovation in the techno- he discovered that a metal I equipment and to savings on Mpls -The level of Orange 'I i equipment.But
Am Tob 28H MM&M 68 I _ for several! tioned the most
logy of metal rolling, adds a strip could be made thinner materials through the produc- Lake last month contin-i I: specifically men perhaps importantit

third step known as 'plasticbending" and longer more easily if this tion of thinner strips of other Ampx Cp 16 Mohasco 133.It ued a steady climb which began years.It I "A" and "D" models. has two main engines so thatif

n to the conventionalL.enman I kind of bending was applied metals as well as steel.Readers' Anaconda 48 Mons'to 633 last December, and, at the i is believed that the latest I, The latest and most exotic' one fails. the plane will not
I Armour 494 :Mont Wd 36 -2 of the toward altitudes
looking reconnaissancecraft drop rapidly
I ---- -- ---------- -------- --------- i end of the month. was 1.73 feet model, the RB57F; is among',
- : Babcock 58 Nat Dair 684 above its normal stage, according -]!!I the planes that have performed is the "F'' model. It not where enemy fighters or antI-

I I Beth Stl 354 Nat Dist 26 jI |' to the U. S. Geological Sur-;:i these reconnaissance flights.' only has wings almost twice as aircraft could bring it down.

I BoeingBorden 423i N. Am Av 533.i j I i,The Defense Department large as those of the originalBuchholz I I The U-2 has Only one engine.
Request --- -
I 73 Penney 474 vey.The lake has risen nearlythree :\ the earlier model, the "D" version -
Brunswk 10? Pa RR 33i
feet since last Dec. 1,
apparently } is so old it has been
I :
Cater Tr 58ss Pep Cola 504 because of heavyrainfall. \ grounded.
CelaneseChrysler 6114 Phil Mor 728 1
(TIlt following! market Quotationsre !
requested specifically! by reader 47i Phil Pet 48H According to the Survey report -I'I The RB-57's (the initials "RB",l
I 01 the Sun financial The STOCK LISTI7\TGS
page. Coca Cola 124 Rep Stl.Revlon 43 stand for Reconnaissance lf
i 1'on are furnished by Pierce. Wul- : the levels of 10 of 18 selected i
t>.rn. Murpney Investment Servic Com Ed 50 407fc lakes were from .22 to Bomber) have better overall f
1 here.)
Con Edis 83 Rey Tob 39i I'12 feet above normal at the end, performance than the U2s. But
OVER THE COUNTER r Cont Can 437 St Reg P 33 of they are far inferior to the A-ll
Declared far this I February.
e or paid so
S. Y. STOCKEXCHANGE I II I Dow Che 94 Seaboard 47 4. I the 2,000 mile-an-hour craft
Alico Land .... ___ 77s
I duPontEAL 260 Sears 106 i I I Housing Issue 1' President Johnson introduced

I Amer Fidel Life 2412i Paid in stock in 1963, esti- : 33 4 Sinclair 45?8 I 1I 1---- -

Abbott Lab 2.40 ._.. 1101. i': Amer Heritage ...... ... 20V* : mated cash value on ex-divi I E. Kodak 128 Socony 713i :l SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) A I 1i I

Allied Cern 1.8v ...... 5412 Amer Nat Ins ..._ 2178 51'' I dend or exdistribution dateg Firestone 434 Southn C 53a I\proposed city ordinance prohib- I Atlas Blows Up
771. Amer Pion'r Life _. Paid last jearMUTUAL Fla P&L 774 Sperry R 17*.1 I iting racial and religious discrimination -1
.... .
Amerada Pt 2.00 41'8 ( Anheuser Busch _._ W; 4' Ford 56** St. Brand 763s!i in sale and rental of:1i I ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) A

Am Elc Pow 1.16b 59 ;:Anodyne ...... ..... -._ 4'.4. FUNDS & Frmst Da 104 StO NJ 811!housing was the major issue in(fire and explosion during a

Amer Enka 1.40a 6414" |Citizens Bank ...... .._ 34 INVESTMENT CO. Frept Sul 364 Studebak 7 ::a municipal election here today. (training exercise Monday des- -I -I

Amer Home 1.44a ..._ 17 4. i Conn Lt & Pow.... ..... 361.I Frueh Tr 31 Swift 493i74g i I A month ago voters in nearby I I[troyed an Atlas intercontinental

I Amer M Fdy .90 75 I Cowles Mag & PB 1338 Affiliated Fund .._. 8.53 Gen Dyn 294 Texaco ,:Tacoma turned down a similar j missile and its ll-miHion silo 33

Armco S11 3.00 ...... 283&Rauch Dun & Bradst *_.. ._ 62 Capital Life & Gr. .... 9.82 Gen El 878 Thiokol 17I I|proposal by a margin of about I miles northeast of Roswell. No -

Atch Topka 1.20a 341iI Firs West Fine ._ 175a Divers Growth ._ ... 9.58 Gen Fds 91 U Carbid 119 3 to 1. one was hurt. -

Lomb 1.20 ...... Florida Gas ...... 12 Dividend Shares 3.65 Gen Mills 384 Unit Airc 47Vi I :

I Baxter Lab .36 ...... ...._ 25's I Fla. Nat'l Bank ._ 40 Dreyfus ..... -.... __ 19.74 Gen Mtrs 82 Un Fruit 203i I!

Beckman In ...... "'M" ._ 5612 I Fla. Tel -.... ..... 28 Fidelity Capit ...... ._ 11.00 GoodrichGoodyr 56H US Steel 564

Beech Lf' S 1.10 ...... 461z !; Forrest Labs ..... ._ 29'2 Fidelity Fund ...... _.. 17.21 45 Univ Mat 123i I Suwarinee Expected

Bristol My .80 .. "- 63 '4 Founders Life ...... -- 8'4 Fidelity Trend ...... ._ 18.23 Gulf Oil 514 Westg El 353i73s;

Brown Shoe 3.40 ...... .. Franklin Life ...... 56'2 I Fund'tal Invest .._ 1061 Int Harv 665 Woolwth

Brunswick ...... ...... ...... .10'R: Great Amer _.... ._ 624jGrolier I II Income of Boston __ 8.25 Int Nick 7338* 1 To Flood TomorrowThe

Cambell S. 2.40 .........._ .. ; ............-_- 47t Incorporated Inc 9.71 L1V'a
Carter Pdt 1.00a n.... 63!" (Gulf Life ..... ._ ._. 57:>. I Keystone K-2 ..... ..... 5.56 N Y S E Most Active Stocks The Suwannee River from Ellaville to the Gulf Mexico: ,

Case J. I. .. ...... ...... lOis Herff Jones ...... '-.. '.. 16& Keystone S-3 ...... ..... 16.61 'I Comp. Vol. Close Changes I is expected to surge out of its banks tomorrow, reaching its

Cessna Air 1.00 ...... _. 26 I{Home Insurance .._ 64ss Keystone S-4 ...... _.._ 4.64 I i 167 300 Chrysler 478 up 5s highest stage since April of 1960.

Ches Ohio 4.00 ...... ...._ 69sCoas I|Jax Minit lkts _.. ._ 6>2 I Life Investors ..... ..... 19.58 !1 15O400RCA 38 up 1V4i The State Conservation Department has predicted that the

S Gas ...... ...... 36\. t Kennasaw Life ..... -- 13S4 Life Stock Fund ...... ? 7.64 i 73 700 Westing El 353k off 4j 'river will crest at 30 feet. The flooding is due to heavy rains of

t CBS 1.80b ...... ...... __ 45 1 Life of Fla ..... _' 53. I Mass. Inv Trust ....._ 16.12 j 60 900 Ford Motor 563i up *Jlast! week.

Comb Eng 1.20 ...... ...._ 27s i( Lowes Company 18 I Mass Inv. Growth -... 8.58 j 59 200 Gen Motors 824 up off i i' In April of 1960, the Suwannee crept over its banks at 27 8
32 3 I
56 200 Helene Curt
151'8 '
Cone Mills .80 ...... _"_ Electron _.._ '_ 15'Mort. I Pioneer Fund ..... ._. 9.73 1 Ont 25!. lai ;,feet.
jMilgo 52 600 Mina
ContI Airl .10 ...... ...._ 57Contri 22 "' Guaranty Ins .... 24'a I Puritan Fund ...... '.-. 9.32 ,:' 49 300 Parke Davis 317s up off *lj ,' The Santa Fe River also is expected to reach flood stage

ContI Ins 2.20 ..'- ..._ Pacific SW Air _.._ 4034 Putnam Growth M.... 15.38 46 500 Am T & T 1394 off 1\4\:from Fort White to the Suwannee. It is expected to crest at 26 r' I

Dat ...... .. ....-. 83 6512. \Schlitz Brewing ...._ .. 4658 TV & Elec .............._.._ 8.09 j 46 500 Xerox 84k off I1 5 5I (ICeet.I .

Corn Pdts 1.50 ...._ ._ Secur. Life & Tr. _,_ 53 :Value Line Inc ..._ ... 5.43 I; 46 300 Pan Amer 6634 off 25i 8 I, : The U. S. Geological Survey report for February said that
Air I.bO ...... _.... 83'4Det : Fund ...... 4 I" times its normal rate last
; Delta 14 Southern Nitro ...._ _.... 1734 Wellington 14.84 45 700 Reynolds Met 39? up i ii I'the Suwannee flowed at about three

Steel .GO .:... ..._ ......... .......
4134I Travelers Ins ._ _..- 189 i Purchases -- 539,063Short i 35 700 Beth Steel 353i up *'i i/month and was still rising at month's end. .

i Emerson 1-:1 1.00 ......_ 56'4Finani Jim Walter ...... '.._ .. 31 Ii Sales _...._....._ 3,634 34 100 Am Photo 114 up M i I' ., '4

Fair Camra .50g ...... Other Sales .................. 498,335 32 200 u.S Steel 56si *i !

Fed ...... ..._ ... 441. AMERICAN Total Sales .............._._.... 501,96::1 Amer_ Stk_ Exch Active Stocks_up
101.f1a .
Fst Chartr 1.97f M"_ STOCK EXCHANGE Advances _................._ 600 i Volume Close Change, Armour ChargedFor

I E Cst .. ... ...... ._._ 191 Declines ......................_ 488 i 198 000 Syntex Corp 77 off 83s ,

Food Fair .90 ...._ 521i 34 .. Unchanged ..................._ 266 123 700 Seabd Wrld Air 8 up 1'41
32'4 ..... _.. S
FMC Corp 1.00 _... Aerojet-Gen I Total Issues ................_ 1,354 I 62 100 Kaiser Indst 94 up si
.... 5934Ga !Analex Corp _
Gen Tele .88 New 1963-64 Gift
Highs 83 46 200 Hycon Mfg 23i up 4 Giving
27\2 Chem ...... _._ 193
...... :Aqua
Pacifi l.00b I New 1963-64 Lows ........ 11 44 100 Hazel Bishop 7 up si I
Getty Oil .lOg ...... ...... 5014 i I Aurora Plastics '_ _. SOU --- --. -- ---I I

Grace Co 1.00b ...... ... 32Helne Barnes Engineer ..- 231 CHICAGO 111. The U. S. The charges are containedin ,
I ijiEBroadcastci.Makes I --
305, Shoe _... 7l= I Former |:
Curt .SO ...... ...... Butler has a complaint filed by the t tI 'Bossy' Judges
IBM 5.00 ...... .... ...... 563I Cinerama ..... ...- --- 153, Department Agriculture I j USDA under the Packers and
1 I |
83"Int I Chromaloy ._.. _._ _. 12 charged Armour and Co., one ,
.. ...._ -
Xct. Joe
Intlin: C 1.803 I Stockyards Top to bottom. Joe Montgomery. Bill Looncy.
I Tele 1.00 ................ 543" Computer Sci .- 2338 I Night Spot Debut of the nation's biggest meat I I The allegation by the USDA I Smith and David Hunter. (Sun photo by Eddie Ia\is)

'. llogg .80a .. ... ...... 42'sI I Cutter Labs _..._...._ 18'Data packing firms, with using gifts:, states that Armour offered and i

h___ P_ 1 .'U...... ...... 291. : Control ..._ ._ 381- I I
: vy i ; Bernadette Castro, a former ;the public by doing commercials ;jof mink coats and sports cars I gave its retail food dealer cusI -' Stale Competition
... 8s- '
.... ...... 677. [I Fulton Inds .
1.98f for _
Litton In I'University of Florida broadcast her father's product. Then to gain special consideration I tom'ers-including store managers -I'j

Lone S Cm 1.00 .........._ 20'* Gen Develop M"_ 43 I ing major, was "quite impresshe -'she came to the UF to major in .from its retail outlet custom-j buyers and other employ-
...... ._ 39'z Mackey Airlines _... 74i
Marsh Fid 1.60 ; on her nitery debut" in New broadcasting. ers.Dickinson. I es-personal gifts based on the Buchholz FFA
i ..._ 22 ._
Martin M 1.00 ...... ...... 19 4 Mead Johnson I York, according to Variety.She I -- --- 1 volume of Star brand

McG Hill .60a ...... _.. .. 3634 Pac !\\\' Tel..... 234i i ', process

Mead Corp 1.70 ...._ .. 444 i! Philips Elec ._ 453 I launched her singing ca- In ,meat products purchased by I
the retailer.
119'4 ; Carriers 104 ,reer late last month at the Liv- Tops \
Merck 2.ooa .... ..._ j Redwing The offered in. TitleA
467 ...... 10 ; ing Room in New York. gifts ranged Cops Dairy
Natl Airl .80 ...... ... t RIC Group !, value from playing cards,I Irnen's I')
...... ..._ 337. Sperry R.Vts -_ __ 77k
NY Centl .50g i Her reviews and kits and television j
\ were good utility J
5034 ..... .... ._ ._ 77
......_ '
Nia M Pow 2.00 Syntex I the Dollars mink and of Mr and Mrs.H. .
| audience enthusiastic. Campaign sets to coats sports I four member team Future :gomery, son
..._ 25'2Tech
..... ._ 1213. I Tampa Elec
W 6.00 ( 'M
Norfolk 22.TWAWts i Variety, the show business cars. Also included among the Farmers of America team L. Montgomery of :Mican-
563& ___ _
...... Ieasur ,
P S 1.48 !
No publication, concludes its account gift items, according to the op> : David Hunter. w hose
1.80 ...... 52 ..... ....- ...- 173sValspar has chalked up! a "first" for
No Nat Gas of her opening by saying TALLAHASSEE (AP) For-' Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville complaint were refrigerator- parents are :Mr. and Mrs D.L. .
Math 1.20 ...... ...._ 43 ..... ..... _... 74'a Buchholz Junior High School
Olin liss Castro has a promising mer Sen. Fred O. Bud Dickinson a Democrat. reporteda freezers. Hunter Joe Smith, son of
Owens H G 2.50 ...... 94'.. Also extra or extras divi-,act. and scored here." of West Palm Beach con- total of $89,712; Rep. Fred The complaint alleges that in and in doing so has won a tripto :Mr. and :Mrs. Nelson Smith;
...... ...._ 31 12 b Annual rate plus stock
Pac G&E 1.00 Miss Castro is the and Waterloo, Iowa. 'and Bill !. of Mr.
daughter tinued to lead the field.of governor Karl of Volusia County, a Democrat sponsoring conducting promotion .ooney son

Pac Lting 2.40 ...... ..._ 58'4 i: _dend_ _ _ of the man who makes "Castro candidates in total campaign $60,848; Mayor Robert:I programs Armour in- The Buchholz FFA Chapter's and Mrs. M. W. Loonc', all of
...... ...._ 30'zPan
Pac T&T 1.20 II convertibles." She got her oriIginal I contributions Monday. King High of Miami, a Demo. duced retail food dealers to dairy judging team won the Gainesville.The .
1.20 ...... 1
Amer Da1.00 A ...... 3lPnn7rn1 '. : FEC Team chance_ to _appear__before Dickinson, a Democrat making crat, $33.806; Rep. Charles Hoi-. grant greater or special services state champibnship in competition Buchholz dairy judging

Parke. 2.00 ............. 704 I I his second bid for the gov ley of Pinellas County, a Republican .. in stocking and display Saturday at the University team won the right to competein
---- -- I Little Theatre ernor's chair, reported a totalof $4,870; Ken Folks ol: ing its Star brand products; of Florida. According to the state finals here by plac-
Perkin El .............._-. *33* Score I I I
Posts Orlando a Republican, reported to feature and advertise Arm- at the
$188.491. the team's advisor Bill Cake, ing fourth in competition
...... ...... .... 48
: Pfizer -
DG 3.00 .. .. 664: Slates Tryouts. 1 Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland, his total remained $2,18(J, our's products; and to refrain this is the first time the BuehI State Fair in Tampa this year.

Phelps Polaroid .20 ...... ... ... 130PubSvEG2.6O : TALLAHASSEE tAP> Gov. a Democrat making his first and H. B. Foster of Fort )Iy..from( restrict, or limit purch- I holz Chapter has won such a The team will represent Florida -

...... 77 Farris Bryant's special team of Tryouts for a special charity statewide race was next in ers Beach a Republican, re and selling meat products sold honor. in the national dairy' pro-
'law enforcement officers a}>-1 presentation of "The Solid Gold*line with $155,351 in total con- !ported a total of $1,355. by Armour's competitors. ducts and dairy cattle judging
Oil 1.60 ...... ..._ 44Rayonier I This is Cake's first as
Pure 36s: pointed to prohibit further vio-l!Cadillac" by the Gainesville Little -I tributions. In the U. S. senator's race,, The Packers and Stock'ards'Act year ''contest in Waterloo, Iowa in
1.00 ...... .... ; vocational agriculture teacher
.. 384 jlence in the Florida East Coast!Ii Theater will be tonight, tomorrow -i Mayor Hardon Burns of Jack- Sen. Spessard Holland, D-Fla.,,, is a federal trade practice i i I ]!September.
Rexall .SOb ..- ...... at Buchholz, ant 1 of the team
total of $51,441. statute, designed to safeguard j 1 Cake said that win-
( Railway strike scored a success and Thursday. jsonville, a Democrat making a reported a Advisor
Metl .50 ...... ._._ 397i members, except one, are first-
Reyn "
|! during'its first week of exist-; second bid for the governor'soffice Brailey Odham of Orlando, 2 I free, fair and competitive marketing : ining the state championship is
... 49'
...._ _
1.00 students.
Rich Merr I' I' Sponsored by the six mem- ; reported a total of $113- Democrat, reported a total ol r of livestock, poultry and year vo-ag ''a distinct honor for his boys,
R C Cola 1.20 ....._..._ 49'8 ence. ber Inter-Club Council the charity -,630 in contributions. 1276. j meat. : Team members are Joe Mont- since they competed with sen
43 !
Roy Dutch 1.73g said in statement for the Cancer Crusade
a showing -
Bryant -- well
ior high teams as as
Gd .90 .... ...... 59'.
Scarle Monday the team of highway pa- will be April 17, 18 and 24 Tallahassee Target ior teams from all parts of the
Singer 2.00 .... ...... 96lz trolmen and Sheriff's Bureau 25. ;
..... -67' state.
Smith Kin 1.20a 4 .
agents arrested one man who Lillian Ford will direct the (' The team's trip to Waterloowill
Sou Cal Ed 1.05 ..._. 32*&
S house in i
admitted dynamiting a ,
i play. be the Tampa
sponsored by
...... _. 604
St Oil Cal :2.00!
Jacksonville and made more : Tryouts will be at the Little Tribune.
St Oil Ind 2.00b _._ 6312 more than 100 traffic offense(Theater NW 16th,, Filibuster ,
(! I Ii building on Civil
Sterl Drug .65 ...._.._ 27s driver'' Rights
Texas Util 1.20 .__ __ 5938 j i cases and more than 250 ,Ave. at 7:30 p.m.Renew Car Crashes;
license cases. i
Textron 1.40 .___ 4258 I

Tidewater ...._ ._... 37 ': In addition, two men were arrested PledgeOf Driver Dies

Trans W A...... .._ 3438 in St. Lucie County on Cuba

Union Pac 1.60a ._.. 41'* charges of beating a railroad FightMIAMI Fla. Protest Marchministers A Gainesville man was deacon

UodAirLl.SOb ............ 56'i .conductor. St. Johns County Fla. (AP>-The Cuban -Spurs arrival at Alachua General

Upjohn 1.00 ...... ........ 55 an FEC railroad guard was Revolutionary Junta, a .I Hospital after his car hit a
War Lamb .70 ._.. _._ 26*.. charged with armed robbery and I large anti-Castro band, renewed j I I parked auto and a fire plug on

Worthintn 1.50 _. 383i impersonating a police officer. a vow today that its men will be TALLAHASSEE (AP)-A ci- secretary of the Florida branchof In addition, Saunders and the: from Orlando, Fort S. Main Street late this morn-

:Xerox ...... ...... .. 84i Two persons were arrested forgiving fighting Communist forces inside vil rights march on the Florida the National Association for Rev. ''C. K. Steele, head of the I Myers, Jacksonville, Havana ing. him- Edd
Zenith 1.20a ._ 82i a false bomb report. scheduled for March 25 and Winter Haven. Police identified as
Cuba 20. capital Tallahassee
by May the Advancement of Colored Tallahassee branch of the Hines, 1354 SE 1st Terrace.
II Rogelio Cisneros, Miami head is expected to bring an estimated -People. NAACP, said inactivity on the They said 10,000 persons were, Cause of death wasn't deter-

\ NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MARCH 911 I lof JURE, as the junta is called, 10,000 persons out to protesta in part of the Florida Cabinet and expected to form in Tallahassee mined.
announced a Cuban exile Senate filibuster against Saunders said participation in civil matters
pas- rights
\ weren't
It" N.w Y ?t TUft governor for March: to an undesignated Police said they surE
; i, High Low Close Net Chg. meeting! here on that date. CU- sage of the civil rights bill in I the filibuster by Sees. George ,'would :be: included in ,the pro- a where would be whether he died in the wreckor

25 Rails 133.20 131.85 132.33 Off .18 ,' ban independence day to honor Congress, according to the Smathers and Spessard Holland, place made. said speeches also would died before the accident. At
4 125 Industrials 810.RO 802.19 806.85 Up 2.69 President Romulo Betancourtof NAACP. I sparked a need to demonstn:.;.test.A I They they officers still
j time, were
ask the in advance for a
; : 50 Stocks 472,00 467.02 469.59 Up. 1.261 : Venezuela, outspoken foe of ; This was announced Monday,for passage of the bill as it news conference in the cap-{ city I I press investigating the accident.I .
I I Ir I Prime Minister Fidel Castro of 1 jby Robert N. Saunders field,stands.. 'itol was attended by 12 Negroto parade permit.

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14..= GaInesville$ Sun Tuesday March 10, 1964

Problems r. Greet I' -; Battered B-52 May Give -; -

'- ,

flew- Space Age tM1iiE$ Vital Clue To Wind Stress

.a. '
.. r
*., By JOHN BARBOUR I U.S. pictures, some 3,000 close w- Nrm iirk iutt 'erance to it. They got more than back in his lap and turned full

Associated Press Science Writer; ups, of the lunar surface. In the By RICHARD WITKIN they bargained for. left with the rudder as far in as

WASHINGTON (AP) After last 10 minutes her televisioneyes WASHINGTON Aviation The air was pretty choppy as it would go. But the plane would

asfronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr. went blind-and there were leaders expect to obtain vital the B-52 completed low speed not respond.

rotte the last Mercury spacecraft no pictures. But there are three new leads for coping with the runs along the range. The plane
around the earth, the U.S. more Rangers ready to back nation's greatest current air then climbed toward what it was "The tail's loose," the pilot

space program fell into a public her ,up. p hazard from data recovered only hoped would be smoother air. laconically informed the crew.

agd uneasy sleep. because of the cool skill of a At 14,300 feet, about 9,000 feet Nevertheless, the plan was ma-
The space agency also civilian test pilot. above the ridge line, they felt naging, loosely, to hold altitude
frhis year it awakened to the punched its second Relay communications The information was gatheredon some rough but not alarming while wallowing back and forthon
thunder of giant rockets and satellite and a 13- \ headings over a 20 or 30-
a B-52 bomber flight in which bounces. Then two vicious jolts
found its eight months out of the story-tall balloon called Echo 2. degree
violent turbulence ripped away that lasted a total of about eight
limelight had brought it new Echo will become a mirror to
almost the entire vertical fin seconds occured. "We've lost something," the
ntascle and new problems. reflect radio messages between
and left the almost Fisher pilot reported. "It feels
plane uncon- was serving as instruc as
the Soviet Union and the United
JThe new muscle is Saturn 1,
and though the rudder's
trollable. tor-pilot was sitting in gone .
aWeight lifting record holder, States. The pilot, Charles F. Fisher, the right, or co-pilot seat. Rich Let's drift to the east heading."

and first in a new generation of The Soviet Union meantimesent 36, of Wichita, Kan., orderedhis ard V. Curry, 33, also of Wichita He was anxious to get away

rockets that will reach to the twin satellites riding a single three fellow crewmen to in the left seat, was guiding from the jagged range, where

moon and beyond. rocket into long trajectories "prepare to abandon" the planeas the plane. The other crewmen the crew would have a rough

The new problems are a grow that cut across the earth's radiation ; > it continued a dangerous bank) were Leo Coors, 29, and Jim(time surviving even if ejection
of critical
ing alliance, budget cuts, and congressmen evidence belts. One of them soars Z ; and dive despite full movementof Pittman 35, both of Wichita. |seats and parachutes did get

42,000 miles into space. the controls.He Moments after the first jolt,I them safely to earth.
ofwaste in the pell-mell rush to
the moon. The object, the Soviets said t : ,/' then managed in sheer the plane rolled rapidly and the I For the next 45 minutes, until

;Of course there was no real was to measure the radiation .."' .R._:.... .__ desperation to keep the plane nose swung up to the right. I a fighter plane could come
sleep in those last eight months in the belts. airborne for almost five hours Fisher yanked back all eight alongside and survey the damage -

of.1963, not in the great Before "E" Except. before coming in for a safe land engine throttles. He orderedthe the crew did not know
space factories where ing with complete recorded mea- crew: "Just get ready to just how much tail structure remained -

hammered into surements of the stresses it had abandon the plane." to keep the plane even
Tommy Lewis thought he was fairly familiar with the "I didn't think
But there was less survived.The we were goingto in its marginal flying condition.
rules, before vandals took liberties with the Univer keep it together, he recalled that 45 "
"During minutes
the} nation's : full story of the flight, ,
tween Mercury's finale sign last weekend. The two students enjoying the hos made on Jan. 10 from the Boeing -later. Fisher said, "we were all .

end of the year, there had nothing to do with it. Company Plant in Wichita With engines at idle, the roll spring-loaded in ejection positionnot

five satellites fired aloft, came to light today. continued and the nose dropped.The knowing when we would

weather, two for The $3 million bomber was on pilot had the control wheel come apart."

for communications. a test flight requested by the
thpm came in the last MONEY'S WORTH Air Force Systems Command in

of the year. connection with the ambitious Jobless Total

Then came the new r_.:" i I program to extend the life of

the shoof/.ig schedule the aging strategic bomber fleet
for Older Persons
Iifjust 10 days in Jr:1.;
into the 1970's.

unusual shots soared into Robert S. McNamara, Secretary Figures UppedBy

Saturn 1 flashed into \' '+' ''t-. of Defense, has asked for

lines. It was billed I -- By Sylvia Porter .,. %li: $306 million for fiscal 1965 for -
world's mightiest -ZJJ" .,,'- modifications to strengthen and NEIL GILBRIDE I working. Of these, 84 are listedas

put a 37,000-pound 1 e tax r combined retirement income cut down in two ways: (a) medical i modernize the planes. T hat WASHINGTON (AP) The unemployed and 137 as not

world's heaviest, into 65 ceiling of $2,286. Of course if expenses must be reducedby would bring the total to date to Labor Department for the first in the labor force.

Ranger dashed for by the the wife has Social Security or 3 per cent of a taxpayer's more than $1.9 billion. time has published figures indicating Among those with college degrees

In an attempt to take report other payments which reduce adjusted gross income to arrive Turbulence, both in clear air that total unemploymentmay the corresponding figure

spec- the limit, the amount availableto at the deductible amount; and visible storms, has becomea be far higher than the 4.5 shrinks to 39 who are not working -

( ) I will them must be cut by her pay and (b) any drugs or media matter of deep concern to million persons shown in latest I including 10 unemployedand

STARTS : for in- ments as well as his. cines are included as medical .military and civilian aviation official statistics. i I 29 not in the labor force.

pub As an illustration of the new expenses only to the extent that 'officials in recent months.In The new figures presented to Wirtz said no breakdown is

rule, consider Mr. and Mrs. they exceed 1 per cent of thetaxpayer's the last year alone, there Congress along with President available on reasons for those

break Brown, both over 65. Mr. Brown adjusted gross in have been at least six crashesof Johnson's report on manpower, not in the labor force. Some, for

lim has worked for more than 10 come. jet bombers and airliners that include persons "not in the labor -instance, may be wealthy

years, Mrs. Brown has not. The 3 per cent rule hasn't are believed to have been caused force" in addition to the enough not to work.

; Mr. Brown has dividends of $3- applied for several years to a by extremely rough air. jobless.

at 000, and in 1964 Mr. Brown receives taxpayer 65 or older; or to a On at least three other occasions "It is the first such set of fig

valu $700 in Social Security husband and wife filing a joint airliners buffeted by turbulence -ures we have been able to get Cuba Claims

7:30 p.m.ONLY 65 or payments while Mrs. Brown i return where either is 65 or over have fallen thousands of up," said Secretary of Labor W.

income gets $350.Until ; or to a 65-year or older par feet before the pilots were ableto Willard Wirtz. Bills
against ; ent supported by his taxpayer regain control. Union officials for some time BeillgIlltl'odllCed

WED., MAR. 11 just I this year Mr. Brown's child. But through 1963 the 1 Never before, however, has a have contended that federal fig
in. credit was on $1,524 less $700, per cent rule still has applied
large plane subjected to such ures do not measure the true
or $824. Under the 1964 tax to medical and drug
ADV expense
extent of be-
punishment been completely in- unemployment
retire law he and his wife can electon deductions in all cases, including .
strumented as was the bomber cause they list only those actively -
Ticket Sale on their joint return to claim a outlays by or for the older WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
flown bv Dilot Fisher. work.
test Thatis seeking
This Show Only credit on $2,286 less their total person. For instance. say 67- George A. Smathers and Rep.
our box office 7 of Social Security payments of $1,. I year-old Mr. Smith had -$9,000 why the data he brought backs Union spokesmen have estimated -,Dante Fascell, Florida Democrats

seats on sale been 050, that is, on $1,236. .of adjusted gross income in 1963 expected, when thoroughly an- that the real unemployment -; will introduce identica!
I and spent $200 on drugs and alyzed, to prove so valuable in total may be close to dou- bills in the
"' and Senate and House
Regular Prices This added $412 alone can medicines. When he files his providing> new clues to the turbulence -ble the official federal figure, I
This $70.04 in tax in 1964 for today' asking Congress to approve -
save hazard. when taking into account part-
1963 return, the 1 per cent rule
new adjudication of claims
: the Browns.A requires him to reduce his deductible The eight-jet bomber took off time work by those who want Americans o.:
Academy per second important tax break medicine and drug expenses shortly after 7 a.m. Wichita timeto full-time jobs, and discouraged against Cuba.
way The bills also will ask for
Nominations I I J credit. for older persons involves med. by $90, leaving him with fly to the Sangre De Cristo persons who have given up the I ment of these claims pay-
,ical expense deductions. If deductible medical of Range southwest of Denver and search for work and do not even : from Cu-
higher 'ou'll, look at 1963 tax expenses ban assets seized by the United
your then north along the range. show up in the statistics. :
1 return, you'll. notice that the $110.But under the law neither Much of the route was to be While the new Labor Depart-States government.
BESTSUPPORTING new Smathers and Fascell
medical deduction b
expense is flown 500 feet above the
only ment figures are incomplete,
of re- the 1 per cent nor the 3 per a joint statement their
i iI cent rule will to him. ground. This was because the they give an inkling of the sit- measures
cre- apply Say
I call for the claims to be
adjudicated ;-
I J-52, designed originally for uation. They also show that -
iI. a per Mr. Smith's income and expenses the
ACTOR I. I laThe 1 for drugs and medicinesare I high-altitude work, has been with the least educationare Settlement through Commission Foreign and Claim for

DIRECTOR I or the same in 1964 as in 1963. forced by improved enemy defenses most heavily represented in Cuban
assets to be
EDITING el- When he files his 1964 returnin to adopt low-level tacticsto he unemplmoyed or "not in the applied pro-

ART DIRECTION "COVER"I"' I i retire 1965, Smith will be able to slip under defending radar. labor force" categories.The U.rata S. to nationals.payent of claims b."

Color deduct his full $200 of medical Pilot Fisher and his crew, all figures show that among
Capitol Smathers said "it
Cimemotography per expenses instead of only $110. Boeing employes, were looking white men aged 45 to 54 with i appears
only and that
Costume Design I oft- Tomorrow? Income Aver for turbulence so as to collect rour years or less of education, equitable

f;g t By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS aging. complete data on the plane's tol-, 221 out of every 1,000 are not some kind of compensation b*
I I I provided for U. S. citizens who
;: earn WASHINGTON (AP-In the.
each -- suffered tremendous losses dip
i news from Washington:
to Castro's takeover in Cuba."
.. ceiling : Torch Is Passed9Orders When the July, 1963, order wa:
MM a-rra i rmtwummr* : gress has stamped its final approval
the Treasury Department estimated -
TOM TYRON just to I on a $17 billion defense.
that about $33 million
( : authorization bill the largesl l
JOHN HUSTON pro-. in peacetime history. would be impounded.The .

) Included in the measure sent Keep Flowing InNEW legislators said that when
Tommy Schneider
this Monday to President Johnsonwas are completed underan

either $52 million which the Air amended regulation issued
. Force asked for research on a YORK (AP) -Ordersfor printing plants, that of Western on Feb 1 Within a wee k', 'last Jan. 31, which requires all

7t& ex- new bomber for the 1970s. "The Torch Is Passed," The Printing and Lithographing Co. ders for 80,000 copies put the I persons or organizations holding

in Both houses had earlier voted Associated Press book memorializing -in Poughkeepsie, they have book on the best-seller list. Cuban assets to report them, the

a the funds, in a slap at the Johnson the death of President. rarely stopped, night or day. "We weren't prepared for this figure may go to more than $200
administration which had John F. Kennedy, have reached< For several weeks, a second tremendous response," said Jis-I million.

YOU asked only $5 million for research -a total of 3,091,000. Additional I plant at Racine, Wis., was in op ho Hamana of Asahi ,( Smathers said the measuresare
on the bomber. requests continue to come in at: eration. one of Japan's largest publishing designed to help the smallU.
HEY a rate of more than 100,000 a The Cleveland Plain Dealer enterprises. It had ordered! S. investor in Cuba. "Large

week. ordered 130,000 copies. The New a first printing of only 30,000. j corporations and businesses

SOCIAL SECURITY SNAFU: The announcement about the York Daily News and the Kan- In the Netherlands, the big I have already written off mostof

I HITS The Social Security Administration book was made on AP leased sas City Star have ordered 90,- newspaper publishing firm of,I their losses but up until now
it is straightening wires Dec. 5, before a line had 000 copies and expect to order Het Parool already has had to I there has been no recourse provided

out the says accounts of people who been written. By the time the more. Some smaller papers, increase the size of its first j to compensate the Individual -
NOW! fused;i as their Social Security first books rolled off the pressesin such as the Harrisburg Patriot- printing. Though the book will! ," he said.Glenn.
N.Y. Dec. 31 News and the Visalia, Calif., not sale until
I'number Poughkeepsie, go on_ March 6, ad- .
one placed on a sample
AP newspapers and newspaper Times Delta, have placed even vance orders for "The Torch Is
t Social Security card in wale !
13th readers had ordered more thana I higher orders in terms of per- Passed" already have topped i
II lets sold by a chain store in
: million copies, sight unseen. centages of their circulation. 20,000.In I

1938.A check of the account After the books reached the While AP has expected almost -. Italy, Oggi magazine pub- :
-- --- I wage hands week week to lished
of readers, through 735 from to get a deluxe, hardcovermemorial
I items received the
j during July. participating newspapers in the current with orders, this goal edition and called it, I SAN
September of 1963 Tex. (AP)
I quarter -
United States and Canada, there still eludes it because of the con "The tragedy that has shakenthe '
i showed 19 items where people Marine Lt. Col. John H. GlennJr.
ILL was a new wave of ordersas tinuing demand. Deliveries have world.
,used the number 078-05-1120, a began a three to four day
the buyers asked for addi- been made of 2.768,000 copies. I Other publishers abroad include
I spokesman said. He added that battery of examinations, including -
tional copies for friends and rel There has been no general distribution Donghwa News Agency in'
:27 people used that number I hearing and equilibriumtests
atives. Hundreds of individuals through bookstores. Seoul, Korea, which has pub-
during the second of Monday for
: quarter wrote and telephoned commendations Many editors have asked, lished a limited edition; Samle- treatment 01
II I last year and 24 during the first I a brain concussion.
as did many news- "When will production be cutoff rens of Copenhagen, Del Atlan-
I Glenn
paper editors. ?" The answer is that tico in Buenos Aires. whose suffered the con
cussion in
The 100-page book has striking lAP will print the book as long Spanish language version will a bathroom accident- -----
portraits in color of President! member papers or their be circulated both In Spain and Feb. 2 in Columbus, Ohio, was

and Mrs. Kennedy by Karsh of readers want it. the Spanish-speaking countriesof flown to Willord Hall U.S. Air

"I Canada, as well as other Abroad, "The Torch Is Latin America; and the All- Force Hospital here Friday.A .
: ; color and black and white AP Passed" already has been hem Publishing House in Mal- hospital spokesman said

\\ rvict- news photographs depicting the translated into seven for- mo, Sweden.In Glenn continues "to suffer with

whole course of the tragedy. eign languages-Japanese, Korean the Philippines the Manila the dizziness when standing and

\\ : However, the book, 10 inches by Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Times received 10,000 copies of sitting that has been the
Tech TV 13 inches, is especially distin- Danish and Swedish. Inquiries the American edition for distribution -primary complaint" since the

guished by a 35,000-word narrative [ on publication rights are to Filipinos. More than! accident. The fall injured his inner
: telling the complete story coming in from publishers in 2,000 copies have been ordered ear equilibrium.A .

I with dramatie impact It was other countries. In all, English through the Pacific and Euro- spokesman said "X rays
I turned out by a team of four and foreign language editions of pean edition. of Stan and taken over the weekend were
top AP writers headed by Saul the book will be distributed in Stripes. normal and doctors were still

pc KUUCI m MSI atIf COLOR TV Pett and including Sid Moody, some 40 countries.In Smaller orders have gone to optimistic of meeting Glenn's
1M IM M M (UWCi ft Hugh Mulligan and Tom Hen- Japan, the Japanese editors newspapers in a number of other -hoped for April 1 retirement.

*SMALImcAaasTun : : ,. Phone- '. FR. 2-0433 shaw called the book "Darasu no countries which are dis. Glenn is a candidate for the

-PL'G S COUHTf Once the presses started rolling vinyobi" Friday in Dallas tributing the book to their readers Democratic senatorial nomination )
at one of the world's biggest and distributed it to newsstands! through the coupon system. in Ohio. He plans to be

r T' campaigning soon after April L4 I

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I Tuesday. March 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15

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; Open Season on MoonshinersLegal I t It. '-"'-- WANT-AD R; ES""I 1

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U PH. 372-8441

liquor makers are joining their government moonshinersreap If the threat of death doesn't .

untold millions of dollars deter 'shine drinkers then the for
Florida's fight against their I ,
: black-sheep cousins the moon Liquor Industry Joins that should help distribute the way its made should Noel said. ThingsYou g Classified OnlyDEADLINES I

shiners. tax load. "It is rare indeed to discover -

Another "evil" of the moon a still devoid of the usual inhabitants I I
They've allied with the beverage -
Florida in Crackdown shine business that Noel prom- which include mag- 0
1 department.The Tues. thru Fri. ppe5 Day before publication
I ises to is the filth and worms, snakes and rod- pjn.
exploit gots,
For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 am. Sat. I
interests of the
regulation health hazzards synonymouswith dents." he said. i For ads to go In, Won. pet'-1 p.m. Sat.
minded SBD and the
liquor moonshine.One And the threat of detectionand Minimum 4 lines I
industry sometimes conflict only one of 19 states where the wage the war. ( ad ) .
multi million dollar legitimate of the greatest threats to arrest almost always forces II FAMILY RATES I
but this time they whole- It's the National Council
I agree the health of 'shine drinkers is the to set his
; : eartedly.I liquor industry is planning to I Against Illegal Liquor. moonshiner up 1 Insertion ........................................ 34c line g
wage its war.However lead poisoning, Noel says. still in a swampy, unsanitaryarea Iii 3 Insertions ::............................................ 22e line
Moonshiners are costing both Heading it is Louis E. Howell, lead salts where clean water is 6 Insertions .........................;.................... 17c line
Florida is the Deadly frequentlyfound rare- Insertions ............................................... lie: line
a of. them money. They cost the pilot a retired regional director of in 'shine enter the whis- ly available.One Total charge computed by multiplying. total lines x rata earned

r: legitimate liquor industry an estimated -state for the program. the Federal Alcohol and Tobacco key from solder used to seal the still found not long ago x number of Insertion

one billion dollars in Details of the program will Tax Division of the Bureau seams of illegal distilleries. drew water from a septic tank,

sales They cost the be tried here before it into of Internal Revenue.
every year. moves Only 4/100,000 of an ounce Noel said. I Five letter word per tine
(' state of Florida about $54 million the other 18 states.
Florida operations will be a fraction of a pin head Others draw from swamps

I annually in lost taxes. The beverage industry's fight bossed by Martin Noel a Pen- means death. And lead salts and muddy holes. S Pt. ordinary Same as type I lines

r V So the two are joining hands will be pushed through its public sacola liquor distributor.Noel are ace u m u lative. Minu t e Noel promises a strong pub- 1 as 3 lines

: to guard a prime concern of relations and research arm said he plans to drive amounts taken over an extended licity campaign aimed mainlyat 2 Pt.Same ordinary type

each their pocketbooks. But Licensed Beverage IndustriesInc. home to the citizens of this period of time are stored in. the health and economic haz- Same as 4 lines

J the industry's fight is broader A special branch organization state that while they pay enormous the body until a lethal amount I zards in the wide spead make 1 18 Pt ordinary type

than just one state. Florida is has been established to I taxes for the operation of finally is present. I ing and drinking of moonshine.

24 Pt Sam as 5 lines
--I ordinary type

Muslim Chief Public Officials Wide Premature S
t/ Open The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In adverT1' .
to greater extent than the cost of the space occu-
i it\ Predicts Births Are pied by the Um to the advertisement. No adjustment will
be errors that do not materially effect the value of
I To Criticism Court RulesThe the .

: I
Non-Violence TV The Gainesville Sun .
TopicTwo reserves the Privilege of revising or ,.
IKtl"9 any advertisement whIch It deems oblecttonal/ and to _
I I change the fMiflcatton of any advertisement from that or-
WASHINGTON (AP) Citi-fments are protected by the Constitution ion upset a $500,000 libel judgment dered to to the policy of the paper.
PHOENIX Ariz. (AP-The) out of every 25 babies
I zens and the press may criti-r Brennan declared, unless awarded to Police Commissioner I
loader of the Black Muslims born in the United States are
I cize the conduct of public offi-': malice is involved. L. B. Sullivan of rnmnj 13
predicts the Negro will not turn born prematurely. The causes No I
cials without fear of libel suits Montgomery Ala., in a suit
I to violence in the quest for I How to determine whether and effects of these premature 12 Mala Help Wanted
unless actual malice is involved, against the New York Times
I 1 equal justice. (actual malice was involved? births are examined on WUFT, I
the and four The
Supreme Court has ruled. Negro clergymen. WANTED
young experienced
said the criterion is Channel 5, the University of re
pair and
Elijah Muhammad made the The Times ran an advertise salesman' In the fielo
The Constitution's guaranteeof whether the statement was Florida television station to- of audio & record play back
observation in his Phoenix home ment March 29, 1960, criticizing aquipment. Call 3721235.
free speech and press was made "with knowledge that it night at 8:30: and Thursday at
of racial demonstrations HAVE
today after learning that his handling opening for route salesman.
intended to permit "uninhibited, was false or (made with) reckless 9:30 p.m. Well established route. Prefer
in the In it information
city. was
former top aide Malcolm X, of whether it was Television visit the married man. Good physical con-
robust and wide-open debate on disregard cameras dition. Must
it later be bondable.
which was CLASSIFIEDDial Salary
was breaking away from the public issues," said Justice William -1 I false or not." Stanford Medical Center in a. commission. Fringe benefits a.
'. organization. Malcolm X said i found, included misstatements. paid VlCltion. Apply box 311.A
J. Brennan Jr. yesterday. 1 At the same time Brennan Palo Alto California where a Gainesville Sun.
Brennan declared it makes
his action was an effort to con 1 no
that "erroneous small of doctors
Speaking for a unanimous emphasized group are ENGINEERS
difference if is
a reputation
vert the 22 million non-Muslim '
I Ii court, he recognized that such statement is inevitable in free studying the causes of prema- ELECTROTECCORP
damaged by errors fact .
Negroes "from nonviolence to debate may well include "ve :(debate" and "it must be protected in turity and the characteristicscommon Need
statements criticizing off i I
active self defense against i hemence, caustic and sometimes if the freedoms of ex- in the premature child.
I cials.
white supremacists" in all parts unpleasantly sharp attacks on I'(pression are to have the breath- Assistant program director of Daytona Beach,

of the country. government and public offi-H 1 I ing space that they need to sur- the Center Dr. Philip Sunshine FloridaUnusual

I The 65-year-old Muhammad cials." |vive." Labor UnionTo explains the care with which a 376-4672 .
opportunity to eentrt.txrte
spoke quietly of the defection But these and even false state-1 Yesterday's high court decis- premature baby is handled howit to technical growth of

; his eyes sometimes watering. is fed, how blood samplesare electro-mechanical product lines.

't "My people are more adapt- Hear taken and how electrical SR DESIGN ENGINEER:

I ed to peace," he said. "They tests are made to study brain 1I component Experienced design.high' Project reliability.responsibility

'. believe in peaceful solutions." Frozen to Death CandidatesCity wave activity.Dr. STARTING SALARY required.to $13.000

He said Malcolm X is too Norman Kretchmer, headof ASST PRODUCT MANAGER

smart to start any violence commission candidateswill the department of Pediatricsand Recent college graduate experienced .
( adding that "he has no no In design, ready for
guns founder of the Premature .
answer questions from Announcements protect/ responsibility.STARTING
j ammunition." She'll Survivefilled members o! {he North Central Infants Research Center at SALARY to $,000

{ Malcolm X had been a Muslim I Florida Labor Union at a discussiondebate Stanford, further describes the Send resume and salary history to:
for nine Or Use 4 Personalized Service Director of Industrial Relations
years. session toni ht.I hazards a premature infant faces -
I "We are surprised," said Mu- I TULSA, Okla. (AP) A I II with water heated to 110 meeting will be at 8 as he enters life and the problems ELECTRO-TEC CORP.U.S. .

hammad. "I never dreamed I woman who appeared frozento degrees and wrapped aroundthe p.m. at the Carpenters' Build in development he might LEARN TO to nervous DRIVEI or Special elderly.attention ORMOND. Highway BEACH.No. 1. P.O. Sax M

this man would deviate from death was revived and apparently woman to warm her chilled Easy Way Driving School. FR ( equal FLORIDAan
I ing, 825 W. University Ave. encounter on. '-,002. Lie by Stat. of Fla. opportunity employer)
the nation of Islam. Every one is recovering, the Tulsa -body and a "hypogastric bal CLU President D. V. Under. This clinical research center,

of the Muslims admired him. World reported last night. I loon" normally used to freeze wood said the meeting is pub- sponsored by the National Institute 6 SPECIAL NOTICESTRY 13-Help Male or Female

But what he has said makes it 'II The newspaper said Mrs. Ma- I the stomach as a treatment for lic. of Health is part of a vast DIADAX. TABLETS formerly LABORATORY TECHNICIAN. minImum .

I definite. He has deviated." rie Stella Adams was admitted I ulcers was filled with hot water program taking place in hospi- formula Oex-A-Diet, only) ,New sc. Canova's name, same Drug TANT 3 years, college. ACCOUN.
Muhammad said he felt the and used to warm the patient tals the to in- Store 37 N. Main St. male full charge lIDO ta
I to the hospital early yesterdayafter across country S125 per week. Apply lo-ij( am.
announcement by Malcolm X internally. CourtSlllnmary 11 DUE to'divorce I have I like 2-4 p.m. PERSONNEL CENTER.
vestigate systematically a
police found her on a I High new 1964 model Zlg Zag, Automatic 10 N.W. 3od Ave.
J would have little or no effect on street, where she apparentlyhad Doctors also gave her trans phases of human developmentand does sewing machine We that Exp. secretaries salary open
everything. would
the civil rights bill pending in lain all night in freezing : fusions of blood which had been disease. some one to take up payments White Cashier-hostess housekeeper, attractive$25 wk.

I Congress or on the attitudes of I J heated to 102 degrees to raise This television survey pro- of 6.00 per mo. Ph. 373-2031. Bookkeeper salary open
the nation's Negroes.The I the temperature of the circulatory duced for National Educational BIG RUMMAGE SALE IN Exp.Exp. mechanics Waitress: salary & comm.
chief of an estimated could find no pulse. the World said. WASHINGTON (AP) Here Television is presented by ARCHER behind Dixie Garage Store trainee, hi schl. grad.

275,000 Negroes said Muslims no blood pressure and no sign: An system hour and a half after her are major actions taken yesterday Channel on the N.E.T. series, Sell Fast on 41. Off.Tree trainee surgeon,, hi foreman schl., grad.IZlr..
of breathing. No heart beat by the Supreme Court: Auto salesman Exp.
8 Sitter
f believe in separation of race arrival, the woman's temperature SCIENCE REPORTER. Baby Child Car Short order grill man

i; only "if America will not giveus could be detected even with an was recorded at 67 degrees. Struck down a $500,000 judge Insurance Route salesman trainee Levy SlOO wk.Ca.

equal justice." electrocardiograph, the World Normal temperature is about ment against the New York TINY TOT CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.

He.added, however: "I see said and her body temperaturewas 98 degrees.The Times and four Negro ministers Wins LockContract PLAY SCHOOL I __120 Phone SE 374-1234 1st Ave.

no signs of equal justice." below the minimum which woman's throat was opeI that had been won by a Montgomery Visit vs and see for yourself. 11.70 per hour and up. placing

If this is not attained, he said hospital thermometers could ened surgically to clear her II Ala., city official on 24 SE ,*h St. FR 4-7M4. Full catalog time I or servicing part-time.customers.Openings

the Muslims want "the slave record. I the basis of an advertisement PLANNED program awaits your in Gainesville, Starke & Keystone
of and doctors twice pre-school youngster *r JACK
i lungs liquid areas. Fuller Brush Co. 3n.7117.
and his slave to be criticizing handling of racial demonstrations & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL.
master sep After an hour of heart massage -
shot adrenalin directly into her in that JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The Music programs, educational BOOKKEEPER 40 hour week, good
arated. a machine which stimu-I heart. Her heart finally began city. largest navigation lock in Florida film-strips. 7: 5-5:1S, Mon.-Frl. pay. Must have good knowledgeof
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-WO. accounting and be able to
lates heart action by means of beating without aid and she began Reversed conviction of the' has been put under contract make all types of closing I
Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth WILL care for children for workIng monthly statement Reply Box
Sales Use electrical shocks took over the breathing.By a Army Engineers reported Mon mothers 'In SE section. 223 361..., c/e Gainesville Sun.
task and a respirator was usedto early afternoon Mrs. Adams ;Negro on a charge of inter : SE 43rd Terr. Phone 372.5492.

aid breathing.The I fering with police in Birmingham day.Gregg with COMPETENT mother will care for 16-Work Wanted Female
Gibson and Inc.
had regained consciousnessand Gregg children. Days or attar school.
Tallied doctors reversed had reached :I during a demonstration by I of Leesburg was awarded the Reasonable in my home tot ENVELOPE
Tax procedure her temperature freedom riders in 1961. SE 1st Ave. 37'1.Employment. addressing and professional
of two devices normallyused 96 degrees and the World said $2,929,818 I contract for construction cation. Reasonable typing to your rates.specifi fast

APSales to cool surgical patients. doctors expected she would re Ruled a Florida federal judge : of the Port Canaveral navigation Person service. Write Box 342.., Gainesville
TALLAHASSEE ( ) erred in granting without trial I lock. Sun.EXPERIENCED._
and use tax collections for Feb I A "hypothermia blanket" was cover. an antitrust decree against fiveI I Medical Technl-
increase The 90 foot wide and 600 foot II FEMALE HELP WANTED clan desires position with private

totaled $20,825,390 an
ruary baking companies. The Justice
practicing doctor or labe-
I earth lock chamber will
of $4.4 million over February ratory. Phone a-2741.
-- Department said the decree did to BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn
I have stone .and boulders for
but of, up to 15 per hour demon-
last a drop far
year not enough and trial
go a
strating famous Studio Girt 17 Work Wanted Male
sides and bottom. The
$2.7 million under January 1964. Realtors Here to Attend :should have been held. area Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
I around the steel sector gates Phone 374-433 after 6-
Director J. Ed Straughn of the EXPERIENCED brick or block layer .
i will be concrete. Person LOOK S55 Your watch cleaned wants work full or part time.
Florida Revenue Commission plus S3 00 gold filled band Phone
t i reports collections for the fiscal I Institute at Silver Spgs. Death Files Work will start within 20 days WATCH Choice of REPAIR designs. THE 113 N.BAZAAR MainSt. 444-3351.

last 1 'and must be complete by Aug. Mr. Qtts FR 47137.
year beginning July For Prosecution 18 Schools & Instructions.

1 totaled $147,825,858, a gain of I Gainesville realtors and their! Registration begins with a 1, 1965. WANT EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS!

$24 million over the same period salesmen will be offered an all-'coffee hour at 8:30: a.m. on the CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) Col. H. R. Parfitt, district en- Sperry has desirable positions 1 1st Lesson Free
also announced award of available tor experienced stenographers
last year, somewhat due to an day institute on the fine pointsof day of the meeting.The Death filed for the prosecutionat I gineer, with developed secretarial Harvey's Real Estate
of taxes by the 1963 annual educational a contract of $1,199,950 to Henry skills. Starting salary LICENSE COURSE
expansion their trade March 18 at Silver institute an General Hospital. ; determined by prior experience, HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
legislature, effective July 1. Springs. service sponsored by Police filed Hrst-degree man- Corp. of Tampa for dredging the with increase based on regularly 372-3727'211 W. Un'V' AV*" FR 'MC7'
I south extension of Port Ever. scheduled work performance re-
Florida's winter Realtors.It's : ADS
said Association
Straughn the slaughter Rob-
: It was announced here yesterday charges against views. Promotional opportunities. MEN-WOMEN AGE 1M5
business "continued exceptionally I by Alonzo Frank Green:!, conducted in various areas ert Gadson, 42, after Robert Mason i glades Harbor turning basin at 5 working day work conditions week.and Excellent benefits. Wanted Train ImmediateTo For /

February. The of the state. 36 died of knife Fort Lauderdale. Submit resume In confidence or
strong during of Gainesville's M c Kin I n e y- wounds. CIVIL SERVICE
telephone 312- 11. Ext. 225 for "
percentage of gain over the Green and vice president of The itinerary this year includes Gadson and Mason wounded appointment.SPERRY Good pay Offering more security vacation
Racial Sentence
same month a year ago was the I the Florida Association of Real-I Fort Walton Beach, Tallahassee -each other in a knife fight Feb. ELECTRONIC TUBE For free and Information sick leave and pay

highest yet recorded." tors. Jacksonville Orlando -29 and happened to be placedin BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP-A DIVISION local Interview write
4 SPERRY RAND CORP. American Service
He said the gain due to the I Boca Raton, Coral Gables the same hospital ward, police 16-year-old white youth has GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Box 341-M Gainesville Sun.

tax expansion "coupled with an Green called it "the "Real- Sarasota Tampa and Winter; said. The men patched up pleaded guilty to second-degree EQUAL EMPLOYMENTS OPPORTUNITY 22 Special Services

estimated normal business volume tors rolling college. Haven. their quarrel and agreed not to manslaughter in the shooting of LINES MONEYt

expansion of about 5 per I At the meeting, six of the I Faculty members of the place charges against each a Negro boy during racial disorders SIM new EXTRA SoRare a Beauty month with Program.We our. ""LIKE NEW That's what you'llsay

cent, pushed the fiscal year in- state's outstanding Realtorswill "touring college" include Wal- other. last fall. show you how FREE. Writeto about clothes cleaned at

crease to 19 per cent." speak and lead discussions' ter B. Decker of St. Petersburg Gadson was released from the Michael Lee Farley was sen- Sun Box for 344-A Interview NOW C/apet.. Gainesville nr.AIR-WAY service DRY; free CLEANERS.pickup and 2

on topics including professional James 0. Buck of Jack hospital but Mason died Mon. tenced Monday to seven monthsin AVON TERRITORIESNOW delivery m S g;. 14th AIR-WAY St FR costs!l-51U.less;

selling how to buy and sell in- !sonville, Theodore C. Slack of day morning.The jail. A companion Larry Joe 10
real estate and I Miami Loren H. Ward of Orlando received similar 27 Feed & Fertilize
l A third of Panama's income come property, Sims, 17, a

derives from wages. trade and property management, evaluation Levie D. Smith of Lake- fanner's share of a 2. sentence after a week-long trial Windsor Open near customers Hawthorne waiting and for DAIRY FERTILIZER 14.00

fees generated by the Panama and listing and selling mo [land, and E. M. Brown, Tarn- cent quart of milk is about 111 in January. Both applied for DAYS Avon R 2-0421.servic Call Mrs. ..urns.F yard.5555. 11.25 per bag.-Phone 37it per*

tels. 'pa. cents. I probation.and .
_ CLERK tar Insurance office lee Livestock &
lt>3f, general office duties including Suppli.1REGISTERED

I VD Rate in N.Y. City at Pre-Penicillin LevelBy ONLY Good e-mi.fringe shorthand benefits. l Phone. typing.FR Livestock Sat. March Pavtllion 14 Quarter at ,11:00 Ocala.Horse A.M.Sale Fla.44.

., 12 Male Help Wanted registered quarter and thoroughbred .
r horses. Information H. L.
on1 I|his failure often to the and in New S2 Cherry., Telephone 245-22S1 Ocala,
committee -"Organized
By JOHN A. OSMUNDSEN The academy's accept I agressive secondary syphilis AUTO PARTS Fla.

public health attributed the resurgence -responsibility of reporting cases action (by the homosexual) to York City more than tripled. The
3frw flnrk Stnva; of syphilis and gonorrhea of venereal disease and of permitting incidence in 1963 was 45 new 30 PITS & SUPPLIES
gain at least tolerance hope- Must be experienced sober and
NEW YORK The occur- here throughout the country interviews with his patients I cases in every 100,000 comparedwith reliable only. Apply to 8 .. G DACHSHUND Puppies. AKC regls-
rence of venereal disease in and elsewhere in the worldto and follow-ups to their fully to achieve acceptance of the low in 1955 of only seven a special flat-charge Motor Co. 115 SE and St. tered. 1 male 2 females. Ranch

New York City has reached pre- several factors. Among them sexual contacts. (homosexuality) respectabilty new cases in that number. service for noncommercial CAR SALESMAN with locally; excellent owned oppor.tunity Cadti-. Motel.Mclntoslu Orange_Lake Ph. 1-2141,

penicillin day proportions, according : -The greater promiscuityamong and most ambitior-ly to have it Reported cases of gonorrhea users only. lac-Oldvnoblle dealer primarily GERMAN Sftepherd female t

to a report just released wereThe knowledge since four young people stemmingfrom I recognized as a noble way of rose from 143 to 294 in every dependant selling used vpo cars.ability Compensation and willingness 4 months.FR Call 14414.Fay Galloway after

by the New York Academy syphilitic s a i 1 0 rs were cured I a "relaxing of moral and life." I 1,000,000 for the same two comparative Ie work, mint earl pjn. _.
over noo per week to retain SIAMESE cat. 3 years old. Spayed
:' of Medicine.The quickly with penicillin in 1943, cultural values in present day years. Dial lob. Only tobar persona ef klofimoral female. Beautiful affection

"most serious" and "un-- that venereal disease is amen- society (.the elevation of In connection the with observed the last The report indicated that the ed. Apply character In person will to be Jay consider Brav. ate. town.well mannered.Call FR S-47U S15. Leaving after-
usual" aspects to the rise the able to drug therapy. sex) to a status of glamor success point, report true number of cases of vene- Ington. Used Car Manager B 5:30._
attitude toward the 376-4672 & G Motor Ca 2001 NW 13th St.
report said, are the rapid in- The cessations of routine:: and happiness salacious ( real disease is perhaps as muchas PUREBRED Dalmatian puppies-
homosexual) often deters the ROUTE man wanted. Good physical born 13 February 144. For !in.
crease in this sort of infectious blood tests by many hospitals 1 I literature 1 directed at three and a half times greater condition 21 to 35. Married}' formation contact James Wing.

disease among teenagers and which per m I its many cases,'youth a breakdown in the physician from reporting to the than the reported incidence.The Direct line to must be' bon4M preferred.Ie. High Apply school 204DELIVERY FR 24421.2PUREBRED._

the "prominent" role that ho- to go undetected. I I' home and family life the health department "in order to report suggested an edu- SW : 'St. male poodles for
his sale. 3 months old. Priced rea
mosexuality appears to be -The dominant role that the automobile (and) the feminist protect patient. cational campaign with "special Want Ad-Visors man. Must be 'rtiponslble. sonably. Call 495-231 from 4pjn. -.

; piaying in it. Particular attention private physician has thereby movement: the fairness of a The report noted that, over beaming toward homosexuals llaM. High nactt&ry.school Ci OpportunityfM Driver's Box. 124.or Archer write Mrs.Fla. Marchant,

was paid the "professional assumed in the control of venereal -single standard for sexual -behavior. the five year period from 1958 concerning the risks and dan- service.'advancement 44 hr*. week.In"Good sale' pay.& FOR sale' purebred FMlnter blrej

male! prostitute." I disease and) linked to this ." to 1962, new cases of primary gers of venereal disesase. Reply Box 3O-A Gainesville Sun. dog pupplee. Call F* 44308.


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30 PETS & SUPPLIES 35 Houses for Sole I I | IIIIIIIIIIIIUIII1IIIIIIIItIIIIIIfIIIIIIIIIIJ( : 35 Houses for Sale t 39 Out of Town Property 1 i i -____ .

I II Ii I E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN Shadow Lawn Estates I OWN YOUR
I CLASSIFICATION INDEX HOUSES FOR SALE 3-BR 2- I Cu.t.om-bllL't homes that look
II 71 ACRE building lot on top of a I
AMERICAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES I FOR SALE BY OWNER 22nd :$ 51I I Bath central heat with fireplace hill 3 mIles Northwest: of Ala t'ust.om.built if you are tiredof I COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT
Reg;stered in buyer's Street area 4 e R. 2 baths. 27 : NW 47th Terrace. Price chua with a beautiful view and JR. homes with that tub-divt
name. Male or female $W. Gr I living"" room and fireplace: hardwood l MERCHANDISE $15.900. ornamented by oak hickory! j Homes. Lois. Income, Business lion look. seq ,
lid Feaster. Ph. 34IA.. floors, panelled walls ,I IE ANNOUNCEMENTS CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3 BR
i and offer: type trees. Fence the and Laae Property F. D. OU* r. BId,. For Information
i built'ins, central rirat screened !if 1 !. Mem.rum 1-bath, SE 4ith Terr $4.500. I at
fl Waated t. B.. 1 whole 71 acres build a home In. Farms and 'crease Pk IK ::-e 8<>
33 LOTS FOR SALE I IJ i porch; shaded landscaped yard.p4110 II 2 Card .f Tka.ka Cl MrSiner. .. Payments WS per mo. the E. C. "CURLY" KT.FHN JrS3 West NW 33tb Ave Park
II and Bar.B Q pit service 1 List I.mm* T U 2-BR t.bath, SE 44th Terr U.500V5 center and let the rest of a pail University
S Scrvicri Q floildiag MaterialsM ro. the world go by. The price of :\. MlIT. Ik* die* >prt>(( lBter.eeUrn. !
Call 376 5 <2 for Ferssoaliitd per (
area appt
BEAUTIFUL corner lois in nortrt jIPCtiOll. | S Tr.ut I.f.rra&U.. U H.. II.I. 6.... 'And also some trade-in Houses. the entire lot is only SU.2CO. fR SJ03J Broker FR C-C544 ( See a!(. .a left Apts.

close to G.H.S. and bus ( FOR SALE BY O/.NER NW co C Scdd.Uu.. U ARtiClesI Call FR 6.7166. FRANK D. 0LEE HOWARD.
stop. Inqjire at 1134 NW. 22nd i Section :3 BP. 2 bath CCB. 7 fUtUti Misr Far 8*lM Real Estate Grady Finance Bo. 11025 ;
Ave central heat built-in appliances j 8 Baby SIUrn. ( kIll Car 8': Tra.1IIC P.if. Bjilding. phone 454-1396. High -- Ft. Lauderdale Fla.
Articles Waited I TALK I Springs. or .09 W. Magnolia St., I
Large utility room. obi' carport, I t PlaceS T. r.. All MCCOY'SMacoma
It Fikl Oil W..4. Leesburp
34 Waterfront Property paved street, on sewer Small TkloS T. BrAUTOMOTIVE. --
1* l ------ -
Marine --
clown payment. FR -4774 after 6 : Baala Ea ABOUT FOR SALE Homes
11 Camp.But. FtekIt 40 Business Properties ,
-- -- --- NEW HOUSE
specaiizing 11'11 -I I ;' Airplane Sales-Keatall Inc.
Reg Broker DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., 2''I TS Ma.Ual Mert....... .
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- bath. Central heat, central ..ircondo I 'JT M.l:. H..n f.r Isle You won t find a better location 16 ACRES. for sale: w.4 acres No down payment :3 Bedroom. I For Sa:e. very: attractive 3. Your Best Buy !
AGE. :3 mi'es' No. of Weiro'e, Northwest Sl .000_ Call e -t Tra.Its l.r Bale than this pre-owned ramber. I zoned business. 500 ft. hwy. frontage 2 full We bath, Fla. room bedt'OOm. bath home 4(17E
GR 5'l981. i ?* lmrk Wasted Your chittren can play in tIrelarge. central heat. Take up pay
Ft: -2 27. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 3 bedroom furnished house I University Mre: walking '
Traders I. Trutk Keitali I established yard or nearby ments e..ist'nq' .
- -- -- ---- -- en mor.37295e9
-cHoicE-l KE FRONT --I I INTERESTED Call 24951.LOOKING distance to Lake Forest I
Trailer Rentals at the Metcalfe or Howard ___ f
:3 AND 4 Bedroom romes On 11II .. HIGHLAND
Pest Buy Furnished Year It..tul 33 !. for Salt schools Price $12500 5300
I )1.t.r,9.Ui a> Bishop school/ playground' 3-
Acre lots. Go out N N 16th Avenue !
Pound Lake Hore S25. OO Asta.t.bile St Walerfreat frtftrtjn down and $79.DO per month.
KfDAlri all bu.lt-n
Ii 84 featuring
2 bam to 43rd St IntrrSfl'on: Hegset Fr Sal I I Call Grad or Y. Q. McCoy ,
Craice 3 bedroom IS A.l_ .kilr* I.. 81 wardrobes 2-fully tiled tub baths. For business ?
M block
turn right approximately 1 j space City
year round lake horre S2f.000 go .& (otUfrs lor Bale Jr. Day FR 2'O. nights nt
mile Sign lelt II Swap Cars parquet floors. thruout separate I II with large concrete block building / I
see on
lUlmIWIIUIIIIIIIIIIIfItlIft1tmlllllllllllllNorwood; !! Office. .
with 37 Real Estate 6-3013 N MainHOME
Lake Rosa home FxrhaBfedSt corner
2 cottages *30.000 T. O. 2ETROUER BUILDER .1 Seal Estate Wasted, I'I dining area S15.000; $550 down Ideal for most any type ned 3rd BI'd. COURTMANOR:
guest F R 43348. EDUCATIONAL$ includes closing cost. FHA. i business lilt S. Main. Call Mrs.
Lane Santa f. 4 bedrooms S4 Oat .( T.w. Fraperty I
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2 baths $34500 ]( HrhMli 3.astruetl.. 4* Bnsiaesi" rraprrtiet HUGHEDWARDS Jones FR 6-3583 !! ,
I 3 BEDROOM block house for sa a. I tlo : _.
D -
Four bedroom I baths CB It Music 41 Kesidentlal Ucm !iI
rorrt on beautiful lake $35000 2 Baths Would like 1500 equity I i! 2* W..t.d-I..lroetl.* 41 Farm* Aerea(. I 42 Farms fir Acreage < I I I II
and take payments. Call FR
up II
four bedrooms 2 baths about 6-4930. I 4X C.\.rtt Prpert7: I I Hope I

3 acre en Lake Rosa $3500 ---'- -- I EMPLOYMENT i! INC. 3: =
ARNOLD REALTY CO. I 17 Work Wanted MaU RENTALS i 70 ACRES "H" Inc. I
NEW HOMES I KE 16th Ave & 15th St.
121' W. UNIV. AVE. 1C ".rk Wanted Female
PHONE 3723522 Priced from $12,700 to SIB.000 I 14 Sales StrIp Wanted 4t rtaiei Far Beat4S I FR 2-1551 Located east of town with 50. ; We Trade Homes !
; -'ot NO MONEY OOrtN VA I U Help-\I.l.: *r Iciest l FornKbed Apis E acres in planted pines 4 years j
'0 x :200 on
old A pretty 10 acre sand bot
pay only $100 closing t I It Male Hrlp Wasted 4C rnfurnished Aptf. ;:if or Property
I II !
c ear. sand bottom lake 25 miles Best terms FHA Drmmatle 47 Houses f.r Bent Fnrn. I NEW HOMESBe torn lake A real buy at $ o.OCO. I

from town.. $1.OCO cash. PhoneJ742342 Free "lifetime' Swim Club Membersh ;55: 11 Female Help Wmlf 4R Haute for Kent Caf.ni. I sure and inspect these 3 and Let us show you. : IllllUII/II1UIIUUlllllnlillJllllllUlJllJnl1llllllllll11! / !

"' .p I 5 4!* Ream far Rent I I 4 bedroom, 2 bath horre UNIVERSITYREALTY GUIDEby
LAKE LOTS OR SALE- HUGH EDWARDS I 1i FARMS & LIVESTOCK Ht Betel Komsil I on NW Uth Ave before you The following are ready for :
MUe, Each on one half acre lots. gi occupancy. 3:
::1 "nm E"aipnentSI Brntili buy. j I
:11 minutes from Gainesville INC. I : Feed ,* Fertilizer SIA Wanted T. Kent I Sprigged and landscaped. Modern !Ig 1021 NW 40th Dr.f 00 The James Co.
1115 N. Main St Ph 3724351W
Palatka! Road Clear sand bottom e 2 X LUrtUtk A Sippliei S! Raarderi Wanted kitchen. Hardwood floors. '' | 3 BR. l'Bath, $500 dn.
lake Good beach front N.E. 16th Ave & 15th Street t, Landscaping Tsp Mil S3 Office Desk Spat i Cent. heat t air conditionedand I II .- -/-. Monroe--- -- ,.-BrokerFORDYCE- H $107 Mo. 00 The James Co. of Gainesville,
moss covered trees I 372-1551 50 Fats S>pplie 5i R.slaets Rentals much more Call us anytime Ire. Builders of Kmg sherry

-._--- ----- - II 51 LlTfiUtk WantedFINANCIAL i E: I to see I 1 4628 SE 2nd PIg Homes for this area will be
Call WALTER STUBBS. INC. I BY THE OWNER in Idylewilde, 2 I SERVICE 3 BR. I bath $600 dn $74 I happy to answer any questions
BR. CCB house tile bath tarn I I DOWN i Lois available :
376-5394 $100.00 I near new Myra i' = per ,...0. :: you might have concerning
I Hy room. Call 3721001 after I A< Esslileas Op .*rtB.ltleiSI !t special 5:30: P.M. M..*.. t. Lean !1 Hama Ipr..t.III And only S1C9 per month will t Northwest section 11.650 and one of these
S 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. \g people that now
Real Estate For Sale i -- -- -- It Raoli. A TV servir. move"" you into tn;s attractive CB up-located on a paved street.Want I
ROOM & comfort 4 ;; 2- bath; I 5ft HerItages home at 1311 N.E. Uth place lot hidden but I' S 3 BR 2 bath tiOO dn Utg owns a home but found that It
IS Fnrnltnr
tppliane away very
$19 family room living room; 5t Msnev Wanted 3 BR, t bath. Stove and Ref.included. accessible: to town Nearly 2 per mo. g i iJ is now inadequate.. If this is the
35 Homes for Salt dni\g Rm breakfast Rm Inside case a call to The James Co.
ililities Covered terrace; i ....1IIIIIHIllDllllltllllftlnlHlnWllllltllrtlIIIIIIIIIIUI"._..!."n.'n.m----! IIIWIIIIIllIlllllllIIUIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIII_' __ _!!.__ n_ _.___!________.__._. __ Move right in. acres MOCO and beautifully wooded I 303 & 313 SE M'h St.3O4&314SE39thSt.. I: j could very' well solve your

FCR rent or sale 3 Bedroom 1bath. pat port.barbecue Storage ; all workshop over" A Ne car-# |' 35 Houses For Sol. i 35 Houses for Sole 71/2 ACRES We lake have view one too-with nearly e **beautiful of an I I i iS I trading problems in By your this present 110. home mean 7Aj \

CCB house chain link wall furnaces. Rugs; stove; ref : And a very nice like new 2 acre and such a lovely neigh. I 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $64 i I There
fonce. 2C08 N E. UUt Ter. Call ngera'or $ 'OCO. $1.000 will han BR 1 ban! horn N.W. of ton borhood = per mo i iS ; are a number of questions -
__rR 2291. ___ __ ___ __ I de 1724 N.E. 7th St FR J: ment S450 FHA 597.27 mo.pay.No I on the Fransworth road. Deepseeli I Do call us far that special lot. : that tr.dinCl.we can We answer feel ConCerning that-

A HOVE for Florida Lg open 2720II -- .------ -- -- McKinneyGreen closing costs. Will paint inside Storage and laundry. Pricedat FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES i ; 5H00I00UIIItflflIIIIIWIIIIUMBIILIIIIUWIIIHIIIt!: g by talking with us you can ,
fvl"g area With walnut paneiirg I. ) N. W. 25th Street, Near Campus & out completely 4 BR. 2 bath i only $7250 Call now to seeUNIVERSITY. INC: I g pick a suitable floor plan and
built-in planters. 24 ft. 3 BR.. den oak floors, CCB home. For appt. to see The following are under cons exterior design that will suit I
doors onto *2i West University Avenue struct on and will be ready 5 Don'tSuffer
slid ng glass opening .
garage Central heat fenced 372.0481. your needs from our many
enclosed! covered polio 3 BR, 376-123 = for occupancy soon. .
on paved street $13,900 Phone plans that we keep on hand.
2 baths central air-condition- owner at 3727169. I' I' I A call to the James Co. will I
ing and heating eat.in kitchen ---.- -- ----- --- --- >ARRIShTPRESENTS RURAL PROPERTIES I 3701 HW 21st Pt.S3 get all the facts about any
With built in stove, dishwasher IF you plan to build ..ndIIould Deaton I I : BR, 2 bath $750 dn S9Sg type financing. any questionsyou
end d.po5al.: Close to schools. like a custom built home by expenenced .
22ffla. 922 NW 3* h Terrace builders that have" I 1115 N. Main St Ph. 3724351W I ROBERTS C. SMITH, REALTOR per moI might have without any
Week days alter S. FR '.4945.4ER. tie time to discuss plans with REALTORS : M Munroe Broker I II U.S. Hwy 441 Micancpy, Fla. I obligations on your part
Ph. 4 NW 21st PI.
<63'20"Selling' 3707
you call 3722527, ask for Gen I Assoc: S. E:. McLaughlin. Frank IiiSuiiiitier
Fla Rm; ; fireplace ;partial Paramore We have availableour Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Doug Florida Since 1906" = 4 BR. 2 bath $300 dn. $107 We have lots available In
A.c, walk to school si*.soo FHA 80 plans to choose from. 'Creek Side : las Jr. S pernio.flttliWflIflUttitIltllIIlUltWIIBUtflI3ltItHU1t11f. most any section of town for
: Country living at country prIces.
$9S8 ocn :3544 NW 7th Ave. Conrpe'e! be DELIGHTFUL LIVING Lovely 3 you to choose from.
nancing can explained -- --- --- -
I See this all-out modern three bedroom 2 bath home in lovely I j65 down buys you 2.4 acres, I
fI.-ner FR 49048 _. to you right m your own BR 2'a bath MASONRY HOME I paved road frontage school buses
------ -- home For appointment call. Holly Forrest Cozy carpeted Jimmy V.omeldurf and Gene
BeDROOM home, air conditioned THE JAMES CO. together with GUEST HOUSE living room with old brick fireplace ExceptionalBEFORE utilities, wooded tton'iesites.Drive i FOR RENT Paramore hate over 30 years
wall toIIall carpeting Central heat Car port and I Built.m kitchen central west on Newberry Rd. turn combined experience in the
tlroughout the home. Draperies. Of Gainsvil; Icc.Builders garage More than one acre of heat and air conditioned Fenced Ii YOU BUY you MUST right en SR No 241, and watch l24SE7thSt.3BR.lBath. :onstruction of homes By careful
Situated on large wooded lotS of Kingsberry Homes land Beautifully landscaped back yard wjtri swimming SEE this immaculate 3 bedroom for the sign, Los Trancos Woods g supervision bJ m and I
1I.e price SU.8i9. SI.000 down, > -Ph. 372- 2527, nltes 3727401.WEATHER .-I I II|' Call FR 23417Madison pool and Shuffle board court. home NE located residential in a very desirable 'I Ralph, Realtor, 1 crl'ar Lease $100 per Mo. Gene, it will enable you as the ; *

call :376-1168: Weekdays after 5 I neighborhood. FOSSY homeiss.j'r to yt more home I
p.m. Anytime on weekendsKCRTH.EST .. ? I ParkChoiCe FINLEY AREA We have two Front screened porch oak floors, 11 W. University Ave Ph. 3 9 ; 0000llulfluIIfllltIRlI00uItUUl1i0000ALL ; : /\ !: : i for jenr money and certainly ,
---- -- I lovely 4 bedroom homes Walking II attached garage beautiful shrubbery Member Multiple Listing m;*t> The ,lk7as Co. construe:
: 3 BR.. 2 bath, separate LIKE THE is the key word Yes i I distance to J. J. Finley. ana trees and corner lot make OUR HOMES ARE 00 t;#. <* be fet-vrd compare .
dining Rm. Lg living room j I You II be comfortable In any you would like to see this at. 1 1tractive built on nice wooded lots Both this well/ kept property a REAL 00 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY i I
double garage en BUY at $10.030. ONLY 3 per cent 00 SEEING ANYTIME IF For At
C-layroom" and delightful 3 B R. 2 have left 00 By building primarily the
weather in this new 3-bedroom. owners town so both I
..3.coded lot. Soht.level. For sale I Iby t bath home Beautiful inside j for nice DOWN plus Closing costs. CALL E YOU WILL JUST CALl. g we feel we
are fami
2 baths fully air conditioned waiting large I
oner Will trade for smaller 'i Hugh Edwards home Built in planter Central, heat ParQu.tfloors I I lif's for immediate. occupancy t US NOW! 00 1123 S.E. 4th ST1EET have a r1rE'd; ta and
r-orre 2227 N.W. ';h PI. (Off kitchen includes General Electric I A visit to this home I Call for complete information on SERVICE DIRECTORY == FR 45301 or FR 6.7989lIllfUtUflHhiflUtlflhIlWtlWIIH1tlWUfWlmIHlflhIll5=== great opportunity for you as Little As

22nd RI) .. oven and range and refrigerator will be convinCing. Priced ""der'! both homes $200 DOWN bedroom masonry 1 the purchaser to pick design r
---- ------ - -- $17.500.00 Call us for an ap1poirtrrent I home with oak floors. tile bath. that created .
3 2 bath Large laundry room. VA, FHA $ and floor plans are
EY home OrtNER in Fine bedroom S.W. residentialarea. or Conventional I, FR 23617. NEW LISTING Outstanding paved carport.: street fenced ONLY backyard$11 6CO. and No ____ __ __. _u. ___ I by some architects of the country leading $500 per mo.

Near Schools and s"OPpin9.\( contemporaryhome
FHA fnancing; availate"' Call ,I I Must Sell'! one of the few .
r R 2.2727, or drive by 126 i.W. homes m Gainesville If you desire complete informatien
EDWARDStNC Excellent list You Can Have
new for tho<
This specious home must be that is solar designed rij # call The James Co. and ,

-43th-St. -' -- sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large and a basic steel, structure interested in INCOME PROPERTY : I /;, we will be happy to come to !

$25cfDOWN panelled Fla room. Living & am 4 bedrooms 2'i Three bedroom, ore your home and spend any

1 BR frame house located on NE Uth Ave and lOfts St. big roam 2 Fireplaces Screened baths ""with XCO sq ft. bath house with altached two ? "MARCH the amount of lime necessary to CentralAir
bedroom one bath t&--i
will suit
NW 12th Terr S5S per month FR 21551 tile porch. This home of floor space Large explain The James Co. system
I Both furnished Call us for information ,
you if you have a large family carpeted living room. of home ownersh p.
I FOR LEWoodJndTrrac... redwood and: need lots of room Located modern kitchen huge en this fine pro -
3 1 :
NEW ER BATH HOMES 7jli:) Family
:3 BR 1 bath new wall in the p rferred Northwest screened porch. double We can secure FHA. VA and I
EGG dONn 145 month located
on ta wall carpet stove 1. refn within J blocks ef an elementary carport tremendous several' different types of conventional
JE 45th Terr. <3.ra or. shaded lot. landscapedpatio school. Will consider a reasonable storage area central JOHN wl: ) IntoAHme financing ,

Small dawn! payment a** .. offer Owner leaving town.It heated and air conditioned JV
Call FR J2J72 er FR 2 5'33 ,
-- sun. 15 yr mortgage TetV would pay you to investigate ... }A Let us mention a few of
"v.ESTAOOD:: LITTLEWOOO"V $1200. 521 NW 34111 Terr f>t-\; Call FR 23617. MERRILLRealtor .t BeforeAPRIL the Homes that are either on.der

distance to schools :3 372- 060 after 6 P.M. and week I SEW' WESTSIDE residential sub : I V, ') construction or in the Conditioninginstalled

[ R. 2 baths home in Skyline ends or 374-8600 daily. ASSOCIATESJ. division soon opening Acre lots. I planning stage.4bedroom .
tif'.ghts. Study. hardwood flOors '---1 Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth paved streets outside city limits Showers"SEE
tuiHn! range a. oven" Cent BEAUTIFULLY kept homo. 3 BR. I j| Col J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire May we tell you more about I \;::: 2-full tile baths
teat Shaded back yard Call Convenient to :school & shopping,, Virginia A. Po.\., this restricted area I _. living room family room. in a new
3725974 Oak parquet floors like new Multi: Listing PHONE 372 144 Situated on I lot 100x276 ThisIs
Lots of closet space. Air-cond I ASSOCIATESMARCELLA a VA horre By buying now
iThi-T RANCHETTE homesites, toe. Approximately
CCB.-c- ;

bath. tioned; shwather: : nice yard -- -- PARDI you can be your own decorator
t'al heat shaded lot. built in SS30 down 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. i 10 acres each Located I W. H. BUCKHANNAN

tutcl-en appliances, utility FR 2543 I on Newberry Road. Just --- 3-bedroom, 1". baths strip
rooms. paved street and sewer -- -. YOUNGAMERICA 5500 00 down. 5 years on balance J7W.Kirkpatrick hardwood floors Situated on a

Ou et neighborhood Curved $77 14 MONTHLY. VA loan Lovely well shaded lot that is en a o
Street 100 x 127 lot. N.V.. sect 3 BR home with Fla rm. i : YOUR MULTIPLE dead end street Small down

,on. Small down payment Inv patio & carport Located in NE 8. payment, low monthly payments .
medIate. occupancy 1712 N. W. sect. By owner" 3712341 I M. M.PARRISH .
23tn Place. West Villa For appointment r LISTING REALTOR
: to see and further Neat and Clean Dial 2-251 lie I HOMESPRESENTS j AIR-CONDITIONED for the sum-
o..t.icall! James Quincey see this 3 bedroom home ill mer weather that Is on the 3-bedroom. Hi baths terrazzo
Clayton Arno,*. Duncan & beautiful Idylwild! on large lot way Entry hall, lovely large floors. Mated on a large CONDITIONEDHOME
j J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew REaltyMcKinneyGreenDeatOt'l corner lot. $400 down and less
Johnston 372 9591 w It fenced back yard LoI I living room dining room family
--.. -.- cat.d between University and NEW BRICK I room with tile floor, three I University Realty! than $75 per month. plus taxes

"HAZEL HEIGHTS new Country Club. Hardwood AND ASSOCIATES. INC I bedrooms, to tiled baths, sky John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty and insurance This one is
floors with some carpeting FlorIda .1 MODELS I VEVBER MULTIPLE LISTING lighted kitchen Reasonably i ready to occupy.
Tom Dobson Dan Byrd Agency:
See our bedroom and 3 bedroom room. separate workshop And H. Wayne Hill Helen GrahamI priced, located in popular : Agency
3 bath CCB hornet guth. Til I &11. Realtor bedroom., 3-tiled baths, extra
storage room. Priced at $14' OPEN I 10 .am. Dark Carolyn Gardenhir Mary Parnsh Anglewood.' and ready for Wilbur Bishop. Realtor Arch Cam'b
Central built in e'ectric feat. stove city and SitIlItleS.Wired oven. 000. FEATURES : 1* N.E. First St. Tel 372-5375 I your occupancy.LITTLEW000Westwood. '[ M. M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate built-in large recreation kitchen, Completely room: den air,

for television" and telephone Fordyce Associates Ralph Fos'.ey I condition Located in one of
Extra Special To is ta be Fireplaces i ,
Large yards! complet.lyQrasf'd. see area \ Warner Weseman Gladys Smith Realty Gainesville finest ne,ghbor.
I I-eve Screened porches HVI I I
Hajel Heghts is in that this modern home FORDYCESTRATEGIC Four bedrooms, two baths i
a !ne city limits. Equipped, with exists in our community. Closet Custom kitchen cabinets ing room family room pa' I I hoods byKirkpafrick

s.wer tineS, clo<. to bus stop University and outside city Oversized bathroomsPlus quet fIIO'5.: Priced at 15250.00 We are planning a two-story

lew don payment, convert.t .. I dmls Designed and built tor the features many other custom FHA evaluation", with $14.750.00 __ ____ ___ I Il Ionic with over 2200 So ft.
NorthWas fun loving tamily with enclosed for 30
or.*! loans Located on possible years Tre price on
I of livirg area
t 39' Ave. West ef 13th pool and outdoor grill Drapes, VA & FHA yes this home is situated! on a this one will amaze you.
St. Sheen, by appointment carpeting and bar stools included beautiful lot in a good northwest FOUR BEDROOMS. te baths

phone FR 2MJ:! Excellent financing available location. Large colonial home. are in this modern Libby Weights We plan to build U homesin

TERMS three bedrooms, lovely living home with a large separated BUTLER BROS. the NE Garesvtile area and

room with fireplace. spacious kit. I .ning room. The delightful have already picked fe floor
FRED If you want a spac,oos home in I Walking stance. to elementary chen and a separate dining living room with slid.ng! glass plans and exterior design thatis

excellent COndition and enjoy & Jr. High Schools, Shopping t room. For more information call/ I doors leads out to a 'lovelypatio most suitable for each lot. & Pierson
smal:I ton" contentment, phone : Churches FORDYCE I ASSOCIATES INC.. I setting of shade trees, 1964 Paradeof
for appointment to see this 3 I 374-12j. shrubs and flower beds Amemtes .
ARNOLD bedroom here on larce beautifullot YOUNG include central heat

m A/icanopy S122CO I PRESTIGE II and a modern kitchen With ,

REALTOR DAN BYRD I AMERICA Three is yours bedrooms in this two delightful baths,home completely I dishwasher This is all and yours disposal in the Home Values Over 20 Models

built.in kitchen beaut.ful $25.000.00 price range. I IKIRKPATRICK

ASSOCIATES I living reom with drapes and wall 0 $12.500 to
I HOMESNW to wall carpeting. Call Today. J. W

1336 N.E. 7th ST. Jack DeYot: I IMC. broker 34th & 7th Avenue FORDYCE 3761236. 4. ASSOCIATES. INC. I 3 & 4 Bedrooms $17.250

Comfort and economy for your I ASSOCIATESWalter : I For Wore Information from
I Payments
family for $400 cash down paypent Stoddard E. E. HoMowayj / Phone 3727070GLADYS VETERANS REALTOR Call
Yes if >ou can qualify j Christine Stone I Member of Multiple Listing Palm View Estates $73.59
for FHA the monthly payments FR 22511 125 N.W. Uth Street -- - H you wish a Ironic with" lithe: or :Jt N. Main Phone 372 14C4

will be approximate: Sit.00 per J ember Miltipie Lislirg i no down payment and are a qualif ASSOCIATES TheJames
nonth Range and refrigerator In- I tied v..trran-lA.e have: one for Floye Math asen Irene BunneilCapt Fernwood ManorWestmorland
ctiaed. |lOVER 1.4N Ft. plus carport and SMITHJ4jO you Call and make an appointrrent A. W. Reece, USN Ret VISIT OUR
porch 3 B R. and study 1-1. i now\ to get tn;s home ---- -- Co.
I I bath a'te: Un bLilt in evaeri. tioun Three bedrooms tefcath :. FORDYCE i. ASSOCIATES INCCHARMING, $100 DOWN S Estates
BEST BUY S6nity. and storage galore'! 13 < Wall to wall carpeting 276-1236.: : 3 Bedroom concrete block home MODEL HOME
xUO! Convenient to Veltalt *.;ce lot. Only' $13.OCO. Call 372 ; on paved street We own this Of Gainesville. Inc.
Handsome 2 story Concreteblock
{'I B:shop Parochial Scl>oos. S0 539 J. house at 1311 NE 14tf Terr and Builder of Kingoberry
r.sid.ncrWI'" centralheat
Over 1.'00 sq !ft. features I. Ac V.A. 4>+ percent FR '.2775I .is only one of tie many words i ...nt.o dscuss; payments Appros. FHA from $400 Down I Homes. TODAY
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Charming and: fterent' :3 bed I I I $75. Closing costs n you
wood burning fireplace hard. I 3 LG BR, 2 bath panelled/ LR. That can te used to describethis
wood floors dishwasher"" In kit I tirep ace. attached garage H.V room. 2 bath home in an established lovely" brick home. with four f| have good credit See us for this I' Down OFFICE PHONE
I neighborhood Fenced: yard. and other homes with best VA Nothing
There 3 bedrooms 7 I -- 372-2527
then are floors. On tg. fenced corner lot Priced at I5.lt'O. Good financing II bedrooms. three barns a spacious terms Ph FR 4-2472 Warn
baths and separate family room. NW near Stephen Foster." $14.500. Cat: 372533.:; living room and Florida room, I W. ....esemart. Realtor' 1113 N. NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS
large 'woooed lot. S70Q down"" to I. $450 CI p. FR 28851 a delightful kitchen all centrally for 3727401McCOY'S
Qua:if4ed buyer.BEAMED. heated and air cond tioned. Do i MalnSt 1 I Ask about our paint your own home
Bargain Estate with 3 acres
B--O-'i : Hil scus"pTrk.=
E CEILINGSOwner ley. School Area 3 Bed'oom finIs Rambling country: home win 2.4CO INC 374-1234: for an appoint. ; 37 Real Estate EichangeJ I ITtl.AOE I down payment. ,
t *.c! upstairs Fireplace. Phone square feet Only County taxes 2 mont to see this one.

has. moved aa*. He F R 2.0992. bedroom, 1 bath guest cottage : equity j BR, 2 bam CCB

,.:d sell! 3 bedrooms 2 baths, t' W"SE-CTIONt-s-;, t3 See this Or.e b/ calling 372531 268 ft frontage beajtifully! land Drive weston 16th Ave.. turn left at Model
terrarjo f oors. central heatpaved I or : scaped. CC"''. 1115 NW 26th $'.
and 4 beoroom 2 bath CCBProne. i 7<. FORDYCEASSOCIATES Home NW 39th Terrace.
: street beautifully landscaped I acres: fenced improved pasture : i for house! of equal value in sign on
j City .' .r.lgnb; and 2 dwellings $15,000. Near .
let Full price $1700. !1 Shown Gainesville"" Phone 6291993.
severs. by appointment
City. Terms Live in on.. rent
Phone F R J 3824 omer To see call :372: .533. I SPECIALSMALL SALES OFFICE :

ARNOLDREALTY FOR Sal-: u--2'; 'bath brick 31 Real Estate Wanted

horp FHA financing. $550 don GLADYS SMITH, INC.Multip I BUTLER BROS. Builders OFFICE 6IDG. N.E. 23rd Blv4

Must sell. owner leaving town. WANT TO BUY i For ..*. size 24x32 Has tooe
COMPANY 22M NE 15tt Terr. Call 37M472I Realtor moved from present locaOB : .
: Listing 1 or J bedroom :
Member Multiple Listing e tonic with family
and llthTerr.PHONE
1I'. W. Univ. Ave 37J.35M BR.1 bath i -roorn--fir: ;' i iI Multiple Listing Mrs. Grace S. Fordyce Broker room and 2 baths Kitchen must MATT MEADEN Sales Manger : Caa be used. as tmaLvorae .
; Price $4250 00 Call Gee'slit
pace nice yard back fenced | Moeller, Broker be equipped
Associates: Pete Sieg I Associates: Mrs. Mary Central heat preferred
Jane Caldel| Wayne Mason Lots of shade. lovely neighborhood Ben Griffin Florence Burns Wr E. W. Moetler. Associate f Must be priced right cr V Q McCoy FR 372-3471
Jim Sheppero F W Noose I1 low equity low payments I' Caroline Noves Dan Sheldon I. 'Wr. Harvey Benton Associate with reasonabc down payment. Phone FR 2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9048 '.3361. Office corner V Main

Chart,. Mayo Bob Kalkman LOW Price 1145 N.E ISis Terr.OtP 122t West University t2* West University AvenieOU Write to Box :uS-.. Gainesville I tad 23rd Blvd.
FR 'iU7 Phone 372 SCt3 316-12 WI\ .
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42 Farms & Acreage 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 54 Business RentalsFOR 66 Misc. For Sal. 77 Mobile Homes for Satei -- -- -- -
85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale
260 ACRES. Tobacco allotment i
I room house. Paved road. CloseIn. 1 BR. nicely furnished house. LEASE 2 warehouses In same LESS THAN WHOLESALENEW. TWO bedroom house trailer. $900. '61"" IMPALA convertible. Excel V.W, convertible New
$225 an Acre. Gladys Smith. Concrete block. Phone 4812178. bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. used and rebuilt electricand one bedroom house trailer S750. WHOLESALE. Buick 1961 4-door lent condo 'SI CHEVROLET. tag new floor mats top; new
Realtor. 1228 W. University Ave. Campeville Fla. *45 month.FORDYCE Can be used for storage er repair manual adding machines Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 Sedan special. standard shift Good condition. 376-3112 after 6 $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after throughout 4pm.
;_372.5393. garage. standard typewriters and port- Monday to Friday S to S. w/w. Exceptionally clean. $995. p.m.
35 x40-Wpermo. ables. Check writers of all High allowance on old
types. your car.
58 GREAT Lakes for excellent
85-1 Automobiles
S Wanted
43 Colored Property 30 x 35 $45 per mo. We buy used equipment of all Call 2-1379 days or 6-4009 nights.
3 BR. 2 bath. home completely To see pick up keyes at Hunt's types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR condition. Phone 372-6400 FOR SALE BY OWNER. 1962 Continental -

HOMES FOR SALt redecorated. Available Mar. 15 "66" Station or call 3768844.Merchandise 2-0963 day or night. after 6 P.M. 1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVille 4- Sedan fully equipped WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords
2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & 1159 per month. Can FIRST quality mobile home. 162 dr. harfftop fully equipped Including miles. Factory guaranteeuntil and Chevrolets. See at Herndon
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. 14' REFRIGERATOR. across top Schult 50 x 10', 2 BR. front factory air cream puff. 000. Oct. or 50,000 miles. 4. Service Station 916 S. E. 4tti
ment. Some small down pay. freezer. Also good Tappan 36" kitchen, excellent condition $3. 00. 1725. 372-0481 for appt. to see.* Phone 376-4280 or 376-4776. Street.

ment. Monthly payment $57 to gas range. Both In like new Lot 49. --
926 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1234. Shady Nook Trailer BRING out the best In car.
$65. Also homes built on your To 61 Wanted to Buy condition. Also family size fire Park, 3723883.McMURRAY Superior Auto painting & body Iii,.. I
safe 2145 N.W. 10th
lot for no down payment. 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban St.
Call TOMMY RIDGELL home. Plenty of room. close to Mobile Home Sales. work. Fast dependable service
Builder Phone FR 2-4125 school. Available April 1st. $120 WE BUY and sell all kinds of fur. FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR. used lake free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S NEW 1964 GMC III
per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. niture stoves. refrigerators Firestone 12 h.p. outboard or house trailers from SlJM. 1 BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St.
clothes, radios, TV etc. Call motor $196.95 1 Phiico 12.3 FR 6-9707.
6th office Trailer for ,
45 furnished Apts.f. Moratto 2505 N.W. St. rent or sale.
ReachPeopic FR 23937. ft. refrigerator. $179.95; 1 Phil- 3 mL So. of Starke on 301. 964- 1963 CHEVY II Station PICKUP \
FOR rent 1 BR furnished house. I co port. T.V with stand. $195:
-NICELY iurn.J2 bedroom With garage. Located 309 NW WANT to buy U.S. a. foreign 25-42- lece drill sets. $12.95 ea. Greene Oaks Restaurant. : Air conditioned: auto. trans., '
apartment. Spacious quiet. Ex. 15th Ave. $45 per month. Phone coins old & new. Rebel Stamp Firestone Stores 304 W. Univ- WILL Sell equity In 2 bedroom: radio & heater three seats.
cellent neighborhood. FR 4-3985, & Coin Shop 809 W. Uniy. Ave., Ave. 10x45 New Moon trailer I white side walls. 4,000 miles 11,1
2-8690. for
after 6 p.m. or FR 6-7142. Gainesville Fla. $300 less than 5 mos. old. SIM cash
J Call FR 61444.SAVE .
SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom- ; 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR WHOLESALE prices on quality fur I 8171 take S up to payments.5-372-5731 Call after 372-5 '" i
furnished apartment. 70S N.E. 2nd 64 Household Goods niture: Walnut mirrors $10 & $1.000 P.M. $ 1760 : !
$25; Sealy bed !
innerspring double 64 10x50 ARMOR I
$70 month. Phone FR 6- $3,645Town :
RENT 3 BR. 2 bath built-in
I 5270. ANTIQUE bedroom suite with mar $90; beige hospital' bed. ad lust- & Country Trailer Sales I
Ready kitchen corner lot. 2 biles from ble top dresser & wash stand able height $1,0; 34" two drawer 3860 SW Archer Rd. FOR THE CORRECT :
: NIP- 2 tsdroom furnished apart- Metcalfe School & |Ir high. 1943 modem walnut dropleaf table.Ig. chests unfinished $20; cork bulletin ,I I ;

men?. Living room. dining NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. mahogany buffet. blonde oak boards $250; unfinished 9 1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. 2bedroom I TIME I LOW DOWN PAYMENT ,:
room and kitchen. Ligno and Call 3723733.UNFURNISHED. dining table a5 chairs walnut drawer desk MS: ir wide x 7' air conditioner a x 34. '
water furnished. Private bath To 3 BR house. coffee and 2 step end tables. green matchstick traverse drapery Phone 372-3324. FR 2-1411 ; I LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
.4 and entrance. 4-blocks to canv fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th twin bookcase bedsteads and $25; 4x6 heavy cotton pile :
f : pus. J75. FR 2-9704 or 2-9195. Terr. $95 month. Phone 372- other household Items. NearlyNu rugs J12JO; walnut bedtray with AIR CONDITIONED 50" x 10' Mobile Of 11:1
: Furniture ShoP. 324 NW 8th reading shelf $25 Childcraft dres- home. Set up with 20' x 10' Courtesy I
REAL nice clean For 8932-
apartment. Ave. Phone 376-4892. ser 45" x 16" $85; 9 x 12 ta- awning and 50' TV antenna on University Chevrolet iii
couple only. Near campus 17 shady lot In Hickory Hill. Tropical Pontiac ,
2 BR unfurnished home. Refrlg.. taml floor mats $12.50. Gaddum
SW 24th St. FR 6-8819. Buy N. Main St. 16th Avt.
: stove & dinette furnished Ig. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Interiors 12 NW 3rd Ave. for excellent Florida living. S3- at
fenced back yard. Close in to and Guaranteed 250. Call FR 6-6548 after 5:30.
: EAST SIDE 42 Refrigerators from $39 up ELECTROLUX floor polisher. like III1
town. Call after 6 P.M. 372-8190. 1957 LIBERTY Spence GMC Truck Center
9 Ranges from S39 up new. sold over $100 now $69. Craft. 42
:E:: GARDENAPARTMENTS 2 BEDROOM; stove and blinds 17 Washers from $19 up GE vacuum automatic cord ft. 2 BR. auto. washer. $1,600. GAINESVILLEAUTO 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 ;
furnished. $85 per month. 3425 8 Dryers from $49 up rewinder. Sold new $69.95. now Can arrange financing. $300 : 1'I
: Use N.W. 4th St. Call FR 6-9879 after 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up 3995. 25 assorted vacuums down. FR 6- 279. May be seen at SALES I ",,,",,"" ,I I
5 p.m. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up $25 up. The Kirby Co. 712 N. 637 SE 74th St. -- 11
157 per month up 1007 N. MaIn St.
10 TV Sets from $35 up Main FR 6-7110.
36' 1959 SPARTAN
Gainesville's Finest 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. mobile home. Phone FR 2.6313
Nice. 5 acres ground under 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 THE BEST costs less. Unrivaled carpeted. Like new. See to ap
Furnished or unfurnished Person fence. $85 a month. FR 62641or service. Your Philgas Distributor. preciate. Contact D. J. Lemon Northcentrol I FlOrIda'sLargest
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- 6-2930. Ask for Mr. Haines. Fuilgas Inc. 376-5392. Art'::her Rd. Village, Soace E-'.
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 3622BEACH
9638. SMALL frame house unfurnished SINGER Slant-o-matic late modelIn 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE Independent Dealer
2 Bedrooms. for rent $35 per walnut console $169. Would
FURNISHED apt. on bus line. To month. Phone FR 6-7007. BLVD.IN like responsible party to pay $10
near stores, churches. etc. Private monthly 376-0290. 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van-
entrance. water furn. $40 2 BR. partially furnished house.
type truck. Has been
per mo. 376-5805. 1220 N.W. 21st Ave. Call 372- Storage Warehouse SPECIALS completely en monthly sched VOLKSWAGEN

ROOMY 1 BR. living rm.. kitchenette 653. 4 ule. $700. FR 24461.

private bath & private en- PersonWanl 3 BR Ig. living rm. and dining new automatic 716 ZAG sew- EXCEPTIONAL bargain. 1963 heavy
trance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 area. Located In Orange Heights. ing machines. While they last Ford.
FURNITURE duty econ. van. 6 months
NE 5th Ave. Phone 372-8855. $75 mo. If Interested, contactC. ROOMS& APPLIANCES $42. Terms $6 month. 115 W. old. 1930 NW 2nd Ave. Phone
O. Blankenship! 462-1001 Ala- University Ave. 37 -1075. FR 2-ZS34.
2-BEDRooM furnished garage
apartment; 405 NW 10th St. chua. RepossessedBecause GE automatic range. perfect con-
Phone FR 6-5724. UNFURNISHED 2 BR house. 2121 dition. You must see It. $40. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals MILLER-

SE 3rd Place. $.(5 per mo. Phone of family troubles lust Phone, 376-3520.
FURNISHED 3 bedroom bath. ; 372-8690. come In & take over paymentson BROWN'ne
Water furnished. large yard. For entire houseful. Consists of a BARBIE TYPE doll clothes. prle RENT a truck one-way anywhere .
working coupe.! N.W. 31st Ave. $115 Mo. 3 bedrooms. stove & Ref. beautiful 2 pc. living room suiteIn ed lower than commercial. In the USA. from United Rent- 1030 E. Univ. C&A6L.FR 1964 FIAT 600D2DR.
and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. *thTerrace. fenced back yard. Immediate nylon. sofa makes Into bed others made on request. 372-6512. Alls. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. 2-3582
Call FR 6-4817. occupancy. Address: 1311 NE 14th also matching club chair w-soild 1004 NE 5th Ave.

Terr. Ph FR 6-J47J-Weeman foam cushions 2 decorator 83 Motorcycles Scooters SEDAN
1 CRAFTSMAN Radii Arm saw -
1 BEDROOM air conditioned Ads
Realty-1113 N. Main St. lamps. 2 step tables. In margolite with several attachments $125.
apartment. New
Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd NW 2 BR CCB house, stove & re- with matching cocktail massive table.double In 1 3 Rm. camping tent. neW. still 64 HONDA 50 Sport I low mileage Ford
Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. S115. frig. Quiet street near schools. the bedroom chestof In box. See all day Sunday or good condition. Inquire after 5 i
dresser with tilting mirror weekdays after 4 412 NE p.m. 2940 NE 10th St. or call 51199
1 block from campus. Occu- avail. Immed. Ph. J-0431 or 376- drawers & bookcase head- p.m. FalconS '
pancy by February 25. 4867 after 6 P.M. board with sliding panels for em st. 372-9816 after 6 P.M. I '

1 BEDROOM duplex furnished UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. your clock radio all done In 3 YR. NORGE range with top ALLSTATE compact motorscooter j Fairlane
apartment. Water furnished.Call Stove & refrigerator. 2414 E. exotic Sahara Mist finish. Sec grill $50. Call 372-4281 after 5:00 very good. Best offer will take Exchange with any car
FR 65112.DOWNSTAIRS 4 Univ. Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 ond bedroom has twin maple P.M. or all Sunday P.M. It. Call FR 6-0374. T-Bird drive the lot.
P.M. beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 pc I you
3 room furnishedapt. after 5:38 dinette set with formica top 2 57 ENG. FORD one running; 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS I Ford Features at NO additional Cost:
married couples. adults 3 BR. 1 bath block house. Located table & 6 foam padded chairs. 1-4 hp riding lawn mower; 1
dual electric windshlellwipers
416 NE 7th St. Kenmore washer 1-2 dr. Ref. Bucket seats heater defroster
only. no pets. In Newberry. Fla. $55 month. Admiral refrigerator with cross
windshield washers. self cancelling turn algnals.
undercoating -
FR 21865.3BEDROOM.. top freezer shelves in door & 150 Ibs. freezer 376-5743. SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP I
I BRj living Rm Kit. All utilIties aafetT belt anchors leatherette upholitery
dairy bar. 36" with oven Your car's pep & show
range power
furn. except gas for cook- Lines living room. dinIng broiler and storage drawers. MAHOGANY twin bed suite. dresv up with a tune-up at BROWN'S Used bumper guards (front It rear) courtesy lights ashtray
Ing. 911 NE 3rd Ave. (Rear). room. tile bath. Screened er. chest & mirror Washing SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed II emergency tool kitBerkley
$65 per month. Call FR 2-0989. porch. convenient to Shopping Orig. price $1,019.38 machine; cedar chest; bookcase; & Cars
recapping wheel alignment.
Center. water furnished. Available 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310. Motors"SPORTS
NEW apt. available now. 3 BRa L
2 baths. also a 1 BR apt. March 15. $85. Phone FR $267No DINETTE. table with 6 chairs. Get TOTAL

315 NW 19th Lane. Phone FR 6- 6-3070 Modern hardwood table with' 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I
2892. 10 money down $2.50 week. Ask Formica top. $20. 3767366.GE PERFORMANCE CAR CENTER"

49 Rooms for Rent for Brock's furniture In storage BUICK for sale. 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373
1963. Will consider ATSHAW
WANTED 1 girl S10 per week or stove & refrigerator. excellent
2 girls $15 per week. to share I' close In. Private entrance atNATIONAL condition both $125. Phone 372- trade. See at 3129 NW 11th FN-
NiCEroom. St. after
6: p.m. or weekends.BUICK &
2 Br. home with young divorcee. all channel antenna. Off 5506. -
Call 485-2735 after S p.m. Mon. 531 S.E. 2nd 1959 LeSabre
street parking. Sports
Furniture 10 WINDOWS. 10 cases 10
thru Fri.. or anytime week-ends. I Place. FR 2-2582. screens. 1 door. 1 door screen. Coupe. R & H, PS & PB WW. KEETER

FURNISHED 2 BR mobile home. heated furnished room for Warehouse 7 Venetian blinds. Weights go excellent condo Two new tires.
private lot. 2227 NW 32nd Place .A.LL man. 1st floor. Close In. Ph. with windows. $65. Ph. FR 6-6879. Clean Inside S990. 372-5062. 230 W. UniversityFR INVENTORY

FR 6-1180. UP per month. 416 NE 2nd Avenue. CHEVROLET 1958
I 372-1981. 3622 CALORIC gas stove. 3 mos. old. wagon 4dr. 2-0503 (
EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. with private $155. Other Items of furniture Ti: You can buy this for only sa
All utll. except gas for cooking $200 ii; FURNISHED entrance and room.private bath. Central very good condition. Ph. FR a week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H i

& heating furn. $60 mo. McKInney heat. Telephone and garage. Beach Blvd. 6-0410. Motors. .

Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. Call FR 6-5112. 27' FACTORY made cabana with CHEVROLET. 1956. 4 dr. This car CLEARANCE!

CLEAN 2 BR. trailer on nice lot. quiet front bedroom Next So. gate Plaza FL 9-2561 factory made folding partition.Call Is going for only S3 a week.
near bus line. S65 mo. Can be LARGE semi-private bath and entrance. OPEN DAILY 9.91 SUNDAY 12-6 20189.SCOTTMAN'S. Call Bill 3723749. H & H S FINE CARS
seen by calling 3727018. Jacksonville. Florida
$625 per week. Phone 6-1961. Ice making machine. S FAIR PRICES

$.(5 CLEAN efficiency. pay yearly MEN Women rooms and apart. MODEL HOMEFROM good condition. See at 2426 SW CHRYSLER 1955. 4 dr. air condl- Save Many Dollars on these:
tionlng low mileage. 1 COURTEOUSSALESMEN I
save more than Vi. Private ments. Near campus. 102 NW 13th St. owner
deceased. Phone 2-0189.
bath and entrance. Beautyrest DISPLAY
13th St. Call FR 6-2937 or FR 6-
mattress. Close In. Also unfur. 1082. 3 COMPLETE 70 Boats-Marine E4ulp. CORVAIR Monza '61 new paint 63 Rambler 63 Rambler4dr
nishedroom $25. Ph. 372-2324. radio heater auto. trans., good PROMPT I
FOR RENT a nice room with ROOMSFurniture tires good mileage. Small equity. 4-dr Classic '660' station wagon, 4-dr '660', automatic,
bath & outside entrance. FIBERGLASS Cobia cruiser.
private 17" assume payments. Hilltop Motor automatic, heater. Individual air conditioned heater, power
see to appreciate. See all day Close-in and near Univ. Phone & appliances-consisting 55 HP Homelite motor. Murray Court after 5:30 p.m. reclining seats. Very. very low steering like new In and out.
Sunday. or anytime weekdays after 372-4081. of 2-pc, foam rubber nylon trailer completely equipped. 8 these qualities are mileage. NEW
4 p.m. 412 NE 8th St. covered sofa & matching chair. months old. $1995. FR 2-3742. CORVAIR MONZA 1963 for sale $2395
ROOM for rent private entrance. 2 steo tables & matching cocktail : or trade. Trade for older car or standard at: $2495
SUMMER special. 1 & 2 Bedroom
SID a week. See before 1 p.m. table with plastic finish 2 S150 down and take up pay _ _
apartments. well furnished.
location couples only. no quiet pets. 1015 NE 10th Ave. tall decorator lamps with eye 72 Office Equipment ments. Call 376-8991 after 5 I

SI 00 per mo. L. J. Moratto. 2505 NICE quiet room gentleman pre saver shades. Beautiful gold mist p.m. or week-ends. B&GMOTOR 62 Chevrolet 62 Rambler4dr
bedroom suite double dresser
NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. ferred. Telephone & carport. Call with large titling mirror. master ARTISTS and draftsmen. Complete FORD Fairlane 500. 1961. V-8 4-dr Bel-Air automatic, radio Custom. automatic, radio.
.' 6"- 1 $10 a
2 BEDROOM trailer. Single or week.376-6571. before p.m. size chest large double bed. selection of quality artist and auto. trans., power steering & CO. ; heater. power steering. II ixheater.. Individual reclining
couple. On Archer Road. Priced Complete 5 pc. chrome dinette artistic supplies at Chestnut'sOffice brakes radio & heater seat- tra nice carl seats. Extra extra nice.
set 1964 Admiral refrigeratorwith Equipment Co. 106 W. belts good tires. Must sell. I .
reasonable. Mrs. Gaskins.
\r very FR 23329.EFFICIENCY. 51-A Wanted To Rent full width freezer & crisper University Ave., In downtown Call 3722632. Authorized Cadillac, $1895 $1395

shelves in door and dairy Gainesville Fla. I Oldsmobile Dealer
furnished apart bar. deluxe range with thermo- FORD GALAXIE 1959 4 dr. Automatic 62 RAMBLER

ment. With TV antenna comfort. 3 or more bedrooms, 1 or more stat controlled oven rollout 73 Musical Merchandise transmission radio and New Cars: 60 Chevrolet
able. For a couple. Call 376-1748. bathroom unfurnished house. Call broiler. This furniture has beenon heater. Small equity take up I Custom < FR 2.9500 after 4:30 p.m. week. display only. Everything new payments. James Marable 2215 115 S.[. 2nd St. radio heater, air conditioned -
FUN LOVING BACHELOR wants days or all day weekends. & guaranteed. Regular price USED SPINET PIANO S.E. 9th Place. 376-0460. After I FR 6-7515 power steering. Individual -passenger station wagon auto
ta share apt. with same. Air $998 now only BALDWIN SPINET, WALNUT 5:30 P.M.MERCURY. reclining seats. A eautlmatico, radio heater low mileage -

conditioned.after 5:30 P.M.Call John FR 2-6404 54 Business Rentals FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. 1957. must sell 4 dr Used Cars: ful carl Nice!

$499 $465. H.T. Radio and heater. 5 good 2001 N.W. 13th St.. $1695

FURNISHED duplex apt. Clean 2 GRIDLEY tires. Must see to appreciate.Best FR 6-7515 $1395
No down $4 MUSIC CO.
BR. kitchen, bath back porch. WAREHOUSE space tor rent. Located money payments offer. Phone 6-7449.
704 SE 4th Ave. at 620 S. Main St. Call wk Immediate credit & deliveryor FR 2-5353. '
JOHN MERRILL, Realtor. FR will hold In storage at no MERCURY 1956 4 dr. hardtop.
1 BEDROOM trailer. quiet. prlv. 21494. ORGAN SALEOf loaded with extras for $8 a week. 62 RAMBLER
ate. Good for student or work. charge.NATIONAL Christmas Left overs. All Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors. 60 Rambler
Ing person. 150 month. Phone $125 MO. new Savings to 30 I American 4-dr station wagon
organs. up
FR 29838. NEARLY new modern office or FURNITURE WAREHOUSE per cent. Earl's Piano Co. MGA good condition, R, H. wire w- YOUR radio beater an extra nice automatic, radio heater
46 Unfurnished Apts. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 3622 Beach tires. Toneau. luggage rack.
Blvd. FL 9-2541 w buy
702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222Automotive air cond.. clean Inside and out.
LARGE. clean well furnished 4- Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty Open Dally 9-9. Sat. ,-.. Sun. 12-' $800 or best offer. Ernie Wild
room apartment. No children or 1113 N. Main St. Jacksonville. Fla. FR 6-2521 after 5 p.m. $1345 $995
pets. Married couple. Marie AVAIL. APR. 1st 2 BR apt., Ig.
Whlteman 110 N W. 7th Terr. LR.. kitchen equipped. No children NOW LEASING In new bldg. re- G. E. range. $70 Admiral refrigerator OLDSMOBILE. 1961 Dynamic 88.
I or pets. Couple preferred. tail stores & offices suites. W. $100. Both In excellent one owner car. Power steering !
46 Unfurnished Aprs. Phone 372-4857. Univ. Ave. Call 372-2385 for In- condition. Car. be seen 515 NW & brakes. WSW tires radio & CHOICE
formation. 37th Place.KENMORE 77 Mobile Homes for Sale heater. Just like new. only 13. 62 FORD 59 BUICKLate

TWO spacious newly redecoratedapts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 36" gas range $55; 000 miles. 2 tone color. Call FR Late model Fairlane 500 V..
54 Business Rentals. OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a 25843. tranimUsion 4-dr. Automatic
Kitchen equipped. 1 at GE automatic washer. $40; Sealy' engine automatic power
I S70. 1 at 130. Call 3727658. double mattress & springs S25. little to save a lot. Below market PONTIAC. 1955. two tone paint. 63 CHEV . $2595 power steering radio. steering brakes. air condition
OFFICE space for rent. Univ. clean. Lake Geneva Trailer beater 22.009 honest mile ed. An extra clean car.
By owner. 376-1003. loaded with extras for S8 a 63 LINCOLN . $5500
FIVE rooms and bath downtown LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c Sales Rt. 100. SE KeystoneHts.
.- area. Water. furnished. 140 month. houses month or year. Mathewson per sq. foot. John Merrill Real. HARDWOOD bunk beds for sale ., Fla. week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H 62 CORVAIR $1295 $1695 $1095

No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 21633. Manor. Call 475-2981. tors. 372-1494. with mattresses In excellent condition Motors. 62 COMET . $1495

----- and girls dressing table. 40MODELS RAMBLER 1963. Classic. White. 62 FALCON $1395
Phone FR 6-6165. Radio and heater. Power steer-
IrIg. 2-door. Original owner. 61 CHEV . $1695 61 RAMBLER 60 FALCON

: SERVICESHome 65 Antiques ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE 1695. FR 25992. 61 COMET . $1295 Classic 4-dr sedan standard

FROM LOWEST PRICES, RENAULT Dauphlne 1961. Black 61 FALCON . $995 transmission heater. Extra Ranchero. Extra Clean.

SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. WSW tires. excellent condition. 61 MERCURY $1395 clean.

ANTIQUE 372-6310. organ for sale. Call TRAILER MART $575. Phone 372-8869. 61 RAMBLER $1395 $995 $795

Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 RENAULT FOR SALE 1960 very 60 COMET $1095

. And BusinessAppraisal 66 Misc. For Sal.DOWLING'S OPEN WEEKDAYS good condition $300. Come by to 60 MERCURY $1295

UNTIL 9 p.m. see 116 SW 40th St. or call 59 BUICK $1295 NO MONEY DOWN

UPHOLSTERY FLORIDANOW 1961 excellent mechanically 59 CHEV . $995
Bulldozing RepairsFREE Chairs, low as S3. No money EAST PALATKA.
down, low as IS per month. SHOWING side. chassis windows.clean.good Toneau top. cover.Clean 59 PLYMOUTH $595 53 NASH $21 Mo. 57 Plym $29 mo.

I BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Backhoe Estimates on your repairs Free estimates. pickup and delivery 1964 MOBILE HOMES car. reasonable price. Wisser 58 DODGE . $645 Like newt Original paint -
service. All
grader.wheel Free estimates.tractors W.motor G. and additions. Complet.10xl2' teed. Phone 376-7784. guaran 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor FR -3211. extension 5629. After 57 MERCURY $395 58 Vauxholl $15 mo.
bedroom $675. Complete Plans. Terms tailored to meet 5 p.m. & weekends FR 2-4295. -
(Buck) Johnson, FR 6-6219 57 OLDS . $595
14x20Florida 1680. budget. Drive a little and -
room AIR CONDITIONER Carrier. Like your at VOLKSWAGEN 1963 sunroof deluxe 57 CHEV . $495 58 PLYM. $32 Mo.
King Construction Co. Phone save a lot .
new 9.600 BTU. Used Rambler $32
July- miles. 58 mo.
R & H w/w. 13,000
Carpentry FR 6-3484. CONNOLLYMobile 57 CHRYSLER $695
Plumbing Sept. 63. S150. Call FR 6-0141. allowance on your I
1395. Station Wagon.57CHEV.
$hhS Home Sales Inc. FR 64009. 53 MERCURY . $225I -
GRADY CABINET WORKS RemodelingNEED RALEIGH motor scooter. 45. DInette 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 Old car. FR 2-1379 or I $29 Mo. I

Custom built cabinets and mold set $25. Lawn mower S15. Phone 622-8166 '63 CORVAIR MONZA. equipped Station Wagon. 58 Ford ._ $34::: mo.
Westinghouse Laundrymat S50. Closed Sundays CRANE
ings refinishing and spray wth: radio. heater white side
painting. Custom built desk $30. Double wall tires. 1,000 actual miles. I 56 RAMB. Mo. I 55 CHEV. $29 Mo.
A NEW Florida room carport $26 .
1533 E. University Avenue bed S10. Student bed S5. Platform small equity.
Phone 372-831J patio screened-in porch. rocker S5. Fertilizer distributor WY A TT- Will Assume consider payments.older car for MOTORS :
etc.? Call now and get It done S5. Shallow well pump Call owner at 372-8<<1. I

CosmeticsAn 372-8049 for the after summer 5 P.M.months.for Call free $10. FR 6-2395. equity.ext. 33. 8-S weekdays. "It's easy to trade with Crane I II RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
Trailer SalesHome
estimates.NO 9 CASE Coke dry box with lift ATTENTION Shrtners! 1949 Cros- Lincoln-Mercury I I
HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea doors on top. Just like new. Cost $100. Phone FR 516 S. Main St.
"new you" at MERLE NOR. JOB Too Large No Job Too of lev.
it. 16' Fiber-
$486-first $200 gets Bill
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. SmatL Need an Estimate? Give glass boat with windshield, vinyl Pacemaker Mobile Homes 6-3211. Ext. 5349 days. FR 2-3631 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433

Learn professional make-up US a call. REPAIRS. REMOD- top live well steering wheel. Shasta and Airstream Greene. I I
Service secrets by trained beauty ex ELING. ALUMINUM SIDING. 35 h.p. Johnson motor with elec. Travel Trailers I I --
perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR 376-1838 or 3727948. starter new Gator trailer. Cost Ocala's First Mobile Home
2-3126 Dealer Since 1US
EMRAYSADVERTISE $2,000. will take $700. 2 gasoline 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. 'I'
FRED B. ARNOLD Toro golf carts. good for !g. Phone 629-1351 I
REALTOR FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA manufacturing plant or lumber Ocala Fla. PAINT
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL I yard transportation or for golf NEW
SERVICE FIREEXTINGUISHER W course use. Cost on these were
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 I CO. THE S1.3M ea. Sell one for JiOO one

Sales and ServiceAll for $300. Phone 372- 961. BUY YOUR Spring Special ;
types of Fire ExtinguishersPick SERVICE :

Appliance Repairs I I'I up and delivery service GIRL'S bicycle for $25. Call FR MOBILE HOME CAR J .

C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 6-2444 or FR 6-8870. From the WORLD'SLARGEST
Gainesville Fla.

'I' Parker Appli. Serve Heating Upholstery equipment.formica and short counter order Complete and equipment.26 fountain.stools.52" Southern MobileI I $3995Offers SALE!

I Expert Malor Appliance Senor ART BALLHeating.. (Hot Air- Call FR 2-0759 or 2-9207. Mr. Homes Brokers Inc.
ice. Prompt. Efficient t Hot water) Air conditioning and UPHOLSTER your furniture at Page.
Courteous 372-6M4. Refrigeration. Ph. 3721685. 15 reasonable prices. Call Sally. 2200 South Dixie Highway End March 1.7 I
Years ExperIence.Home Experienced FR 6-988 GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance Ph. 6294818O We are quoting the lowest priced American built car.
for old costly to
Auto Equipment your
operate electric water heater la. Florida
ServiceWOOD SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS
Hot water at about half your HAWES-

present cost with our LP gas. .
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt I Licensed HOME l> Bonded IMPROVEMENT Builders I do sewing of all Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer POWERSBody 1964 RAMBLER $1163
Repair kits for
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized Florida Rooms Carports kinds t Dressmaking. Mrs. W. Road. FR 65110.I MOBILE HOMES1 ,I
C. Asbell. 3436 N.W. ITttt Terrace
Roofing Gutters
Walker Hydraulic Jack HI-FI beautiful console. automatic.
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Heating Air Conditioning 372-0655 Garrard record player. 2 speak FEDERAL QUALITY

Main SERVICE FR ..2-1497 SUPPLY 1314 S. Financing requirements.Dial adjusted to cue.tomer's Sewing Machine Repoin 4428.ers. Sell for $50. Phone 372- 1 Mi. N. on 441 : Shop Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!

at City Limit Sign 611 SW 3rd St. t

Auto Glass CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. Wallpaper. 9SC a Ron WE TRADE I FR 2-0538
VICE CO. SIS W. UniversityAve. HARPER PAINT CO. brakes C Fuel and tank
FOR with high .
Mortgage Irokar 376-1075. We repair all S.W. 7th St. 342-4366 Equipped
Makes Work fully guaranteed. fuel with bonded linings filter
AUTO GLASS Is only buskness. I economy.Advanced
; Immediate our Installation:- FHA and conventional at lowest 1'0 upright vacuum cleaner unit Powr-Gard 24 battery '. Anti Smog Engine Filterconstruction

.S free pickup & delivery. Add current rates. Terms to 25 WINDOW CLEANING like$59.' new.Compact Sold late new model.$9?. 1 Sold left Directional signals C Automatic choke

.C beauty & value to' your car.MAULDIN'S obligation.years. Will Call gladly tomorrow.J. discuss. at no WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned new $185. $69. The Kirby Co. D ART sedan Curved side windows Engine oil filter Dow.Gard cooling
-. 323 N.W. 6th AUTO 3?. FR 6-2558. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor and waxed houses washed. 10 712 N. Main. FR 6-7110. I Deep.dip rust proofing 4000mU. engine oil. systemS
: 31 N. Main St. PtF R 24494 yrs. experience. Free estimates. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Baked enamel finish change normal interval 2 Arm rests

FRED B. ARNOLD Phone FR 2-5955. Double stack complete. Nottt- Ceramic armored S 33.000 mile w 3-year S 2 Sun visors

; Building fir Repair Serv. REALTOR I Ing else to buy. SIS. Brants. ( Includes Heater) $199500 I I muffler and tail pipes ch'lIislube interval Foam cushion
8th Avenue.
513 N.W.
H S Coil spring sears No drain transmission C

.. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 USED Chain Saws $50 up. New SPECIAL AT Double safety brakes and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts
DONS 4 hp saws $89.95. We repairall

MORTGAGE MONEY chain saws 1 lawn mowers. YEAR OR 50OOC: 1-MILE WARRANTY
Building 8> Repair Service.FR Sun Want Ads
6-8807 SVt per cent Interest. Terms to Chain saw rentals. McCulloch
25 years. Wisconsin and Brlggs. Stratton MOTOR CO
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall dealer.6-3411. Florida Saw Co. FR PooeGatDodgeDartC! :le Motorslodge RIDGWAY

.Bulldozing Dan Byrd Get Results for home delivery I
WANTED Customers -
825 NW 13 St. PIFR 2-2511 Jukes ( Trucks>)>
of Fresh Vegetable FR 2-8433
1132 S. Main St.
daily. Answer to Box 364-A
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343
SMALL bulldozer loader dump and conventional loans. Low c/o Gainesville Sun if Interested. I
.? trucks, fill dirt lime rock. Top rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 Price depends a lot on how
olL Phone FR 2-7846. W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. many reply. .

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18 Gainesville Sun Tuesday March 10 1964

Fete Local Lions

On 3rd BirthdayLion's -
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Club members from are unwilling to "go the second HIGH QUALITY INSTRUMENTS .. STEREO HI-FI
all over North Florida helpedthe mile" in their work in America,
University City Lions of freedoms are taken away from SI ORUS- TV COLOR TV
Gainesville celebrate their third them. APPLIANCE PORTABLES RADIOS!

birthday last night at a banquetat "Laos is an area of the world
the Holiday Inn. About 300 that went down the drain for
Lions and their guests attended.Dr. this reason, and so is Cuba,"

Walter R. Campbell, second -Dr. Campbell said. ,
vice president of Lion's He said Americans do a lot
International was the honored of talking against America, but
guest and main speaker of the they still know its the finest
country in the world.

evening.Campbell, a Miami Beach "Let us remember that we SAY 1I ,
dentist, urged the Lions to con- are free and that we are the I
tinue making the necessary extra -ideal of the emerging countries
efforts at helping others. around the world. They" all lookto !
"Lion's believe in doing projects us for an example.
working through private The festivities included sing-
enterprise, industry, the ing, door prizes and folk songs
by the Lex Tinsley group from
church and the school, Dr.
Campbell said. "And this is the University of Florida.
the spirit in which you Univer-
sity City Lions have been doing
your fine work here up until SAVE BY 20th A MAGNIFICENT MAGNAVOXDURING
this third birthday. OF MONTH
Dr. Campbell explained that
when Lions, like other people, EARN HIGH RATE




ing housing Florida State Uni-
versity Departments of Mathe-
matics, Meteorology and Statis-
tics and the Computing Center AUTHORIZED I .
will be named in honor of James
Jay Love, former member and
trol.Dedication 0Der
FSU campus are set for 2 p.m.
Friday, following the monthly swims
Love, a Gadsden County businessman $50
the Board of Control from 1955 5.aJ' NO TUBES!'
until his death in 1961. .z: t
Another former board member
who served with him, J. J. : r VlMODEL
Daniel of Jacksonville, will .
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