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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 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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88th Year; No. 213 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11 1964 .
ONE WEEK nu_ _DAILY___u_AND___ SUNDAY._
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Gas Co. Lodge Sweeps N.IL ;







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charges were firedat w Fight

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in the opening round of an .:, ..., :....,._::: .
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explosion \
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damage suit trial .._ j, -'"
here yesterday and were denied .
by gas company lawyers. "
Accusing t he \ } : <"
company was '
William C. Burwell, attorney Surprise

for Sidney Bradfield D. Bradfield.The home .was de- ,,' ," Reds LAnothe)own


m o 1 ish ed and Mrs. Bradfield '''''.' .. .
killed in a gas explosion about ..', < Write-In
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one year ago. The gas allegedlycame : /

from Gainesville Gas .' Jet
ir
Company lines. ,

Burwell charged that the gas Victor

escaped because the companywas
negligent in installing and >I WASHINGTON (AP) The? United States combined I

maintaining lines beneath the an apology with a protest in asking the Soviet Union ton CONCORD, N.H. (AP) Un-

Bradfield home at 835 NE 8th Robert King High, Miami's young mayor who is run help speed the return of aJ American reconnaissance declared and absent, Henry
Ave. He's asking for damages"in ning for governor, met with his University of Florida bomber and its three-man erE w shot down Tuesday over Cabot Lodge swept all the prizesin

excess of $20,000." student co-chairmen during a speaking tour here last Communist East Germany.The New Hampshire's leadoff primary -

Burwell's law partner, Phillip night. Co-chairmen Howard Glicken, center and Bill ThousandsFlee crewmen parachutedfrom today with a write-in vote
Barton, indicated while question- McCormick, right, met High at the airport yesterday the plane after the shoot- triumph that shuffled the Re-
ing prospective jurors that he to discuss the campaign before he spoke at a Florida ing, the Defense Departmentsaid publican presidential cards.
(See SUIT on Page 2)) Blue Key dinner. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) Floods but their fate was not LODGE Lodge, U.S. ambassador to
; known here. The plane was described Wins From Afar South Viet Nam, said in Saigonhe

as unarmed and on a will not his
resign diplomaticpost
High Favors Minimum 19 PerishBy training flight. CambodiansSack despite his upset victory
Wage The Air Force identified the in the year's first polling place

three crewmen as Capt. DavidI. test of Republican sentiment.His .
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Holland, 32, the pilot, son of write-in
U. vote rolled
S. over
For All Workers in State Surging flood waters swirled Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Hollandof hard-running Arizona Sen. Bar-
through portions of seven Mid- Holland, Minn.; Capt. MelvinJ. ry Goldwater and New York !

western and Eastern states today Kessler, 30, instructor navi- EmbassyPHNOM Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller-
gator, son of Abraham Kesslerof f
By HAROLD RUMMEL volved in inter state com- of several program advocatedby forcing thousands of per- and and Lodge men captured all 14
Philadelphia 1st Lt.
Sun Staff Writer merce. High last night. sons to evacuate their homes ; PENH, Cambodia New Hampshire delegate seatsat
Harold W. Welch 24
navigator
would His other and leaving death and extensive AP the Republican National Con-
High guarantee every- proposals came in ( ) Rioting Cambodians
Every wage earner in Flor- son of Mr. and Mrs: Gerald W.
ida should fall under minimum one from "ditch-diggers to dish talks to the Florida Blue Key damage in their murky wake. Welch of Detroit. sacked the American and British vention.
washers" the minimum now in the Primrose Inn, embassies in Goldwater and Rockefeller-
supporters Phnom Penh today
laws, gubernatorial At least
wage hope- 19 perishedas Holland's wife lives at Toul-
persons
ful and Miami guaranteed the few by the fed- at Florida Union and votersin and the U.S. Information declared candidates who spent
Mayor Robert torrential rainstorms Rosieres Air Force Base
eral government.The the Mount Carmel Baptist heavy Service library. wintry weeks hunting votes in
King High declared here last and winds France where the
snow strong whipped crew is sta New
that Hampshire
law High proposes Church.He Several thousand Cambodians challenged
night. would affect an estimated 200- told the Baptist group- through hundreds of cities and tioned. Kessler's wife and two rampaged through the buildings Lodge to come home and fight

If elected, he promises a 000 workers 10 per cent of mostly Negroes-that he "could communities augmenting the children reside at Toulaire near during the three hours of dis for the nomination.The .
hard fight for the necessary le- those now employed in the state, never be a Wallace or Barn- flooding. the base. Welch is single. order. ambassador's answer:

I gislation. according to an estimate made ett (two staunchly segregationist Portions of Kentucky, Penn- The request for Soviet help The flag over the U.S. Em- "I do not plan to go to the

1 1 1 His statements came in a for The Sun this morning by governors). sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Mis- was made urgently Tuesday bassy was hauled down and United States. I do not intendto

Sun interview, during a whirl- the Florida Industrial Commis- Speaking on racial matters, souri, Illinois and West Virginialay night by Assistant Secretary of burned, and the mob ran up resign."
State William
wind, three stop speakingtour sion. he said, "Florida does business under flood waters. Tyler to GeorgiM. the Cambodian flag. Former Vice President Rich-

here. He vigorously de- Don Summers, chief of the with America and because of The American Red Cross lor. Kornienko of the Soviet, minister counse-. Several cars belonging to ard M. Nixon, another write-in
I cried current wage standards Commission's statistics depart- this we must resolve our prob- rushed disaster workers to Cin- State Embassy.The members of the British Embassy contender, ranked fourth with

j in the state. ment, made the approximation.An lems with dignity and reason. cinnati, Ohio, and Louisville' nounced that Tyler Department"delivered an- were burned, and several New Hampshire Republicans.Sen. .
r a
estimate of the dollar increase "And I wqn't Abandon t h estate's American Embassy cars were Margaret Chase Smith of
High called it "a disgrace Ky. The Ohio River overflowed strong oral protest"' to the Soviet '
.. that in 1964 some people still wasn't available. responsibility to deal its banks in Indiana, Ohio and diplomat against "the -oj f turned. Maine and former MinnesotaGov. .
with these problems to a face- pre- The mob shouted such I
1 When questioned, High said slogansas Harold Stassen trailed far
are working for 50 cents an less federal Kentucky and threatened to be- cipitous action" by Soviet mili- "
agency, High i "U.S. home, "Down with
he knew of no other state that ? go behind.
hour. In my tours around the promised. His come the fourth worst flood in (See PLANE on Page 2))
at h '
t
speech
echurch' and the
imperialists Free
.
i state I see families of five and had legislated minimum wages.A Ohio Valley history. The most optimistic backers
i. here would be a pioneering lasted only about 15 .. World," and "Perfidious Albion
six people existing on $50 a move minutes because of a schedule Red Cross shelters were established of the top declared candidateshad
(England).
week," he said. gesture. in Pennsylvania as the anticipated a sweep of
the proposal, High mixup. In Washington, State Depart-
Supporting
the for their
't The Miami mayor wants to said he believes it would elevate Talks had been scheduled at Allegheny, Susquehanna and }, .y ment press officer Martin Cra- delegates man.
Goldwater in
guarantee every worker in the the economic prosperityof the same time in the church Ohio rivers surged into streets. mer said no Americans were re- claiming victory
advance said he to
state at least $1.25 an hour. and at Florida Union. and homes. expected I
the state by reducing the ( ported injured in the riot but
When Hundreds of families in Mis- capture seven to 10 delegates.With t
:: Federal law now gives some number of under-privileged, en- an announcement of 7 several demonstrators were cut
; workers that minimum. couraging industrial develop- the Florida Union speech was souri and Southern Illinois left by shattered glass from win- votes from 288 of New

f But federal law covers only ment and enhancing the state's made yesterday, the prospective their homes as rivers overflowed dows stoned by the mob. (See PRIMARY! on Page 2))

!. a limited group of and is con- economic image. audience at the church and sent water edgingto
! cerned mainly with those in- The wage proposal was one waned. High left the church to doorsteps.
tiI talk to the Union group, then Residents prepared to evacu- Candidates Debate
, returned later for the brief ate as the Ohio River reached i

CattlemejSet Feast. talk.) flood stages from Pittsburgh to
i But his main sppech here Wheeling, W.Va.
was to Blue Key. Officials said f
23 counties in On
c In it, he promised to: Kentucky, 16 in Ohio, 15 in HousingCode.

for M larch 26Cross -the Work Florida toward Railroad abolishmentof Assess- Pennsylvania and 6 in Indiana .

i ment Board because railroadsaren't were affected by floods.A P. By JEAN CARVER vide low-cost' housing fail, pub-
66%-foot crest was expected Sun Staff Writer lic housing "would be in order."
their
carrying share of
' ALACHUA The annual the tax load under its direc- in Cincinnati Thursday, 10* "Reckless statements" have Winn said he was opposed to
I i Cattlemen's Banquet, sponsored tion. feet above flood stage and the done the proposed housing codean public housing in theory on a

by the Alachua Lion's Revamp Florida's bank highest in almost 20 years. BATTEN injustice, City Commission large, massive program. "We
Club for fund-raising, fun and i deposit system so that the tax- Some 5,000 families in Hamil- candidate Arnold Butt said at need to change attitudes and

feasting on good steaks, has payers money that's in govern- ton and Clermont counties in Seeks Seat a candidates' forum sponsoredby ambitions of people living thereto
been scheduled for March 26. ment hands will draw the high- Ohio, and Campbell, Kenton the North Central Florida do more for themselves," he

State Commissioner of Agri- est possible interest. He claimed and Boone counties in Kentuckywere Labor Union last night. said.Andrews

: culture Doyle Conner has been that $24 million now is on affected by flood waters. On Both Butt and his Civic Action termed public hous-
,l selected as the main speaker deposit in state banks draw- Some 900 persons-500 of them County Association teammate, Mayor ing a degrading type of process.
r for the affair which will begin ing no interest.. children were taken to Red Byron Winn, supported the pro- "The further we stay away from
I' at 8 p.m. at the local Woman's Fight for fair legislative Cross shelters. CommissionCounty posed code. government subsidies and standon
Club. apportionment. Many industries in Ohio and Butt's opponent. University finance our own two feet the better

Lion's President Zack Wuth- Conner Work to revamp the West Virginia were closed. Commissioner Sid professor Jim Richardsonsaid off we'll be."

i rich, who is acting as banquet annual banquet which each state's gasoline tax distribu- Martin drew opposition today Butt has "whipped this Richardson said some jobs
chairman, said that State Sena- year draws a capacity numberof tion schedule to put the mon- with the qualification of Lei- (code issue) to death." can be done better by public
250 at the where it's needed. Richardson said he felt the programs rather than private
tor J. Emory (Red) Cross of guests Woman's ey man Batten, 51-year-old Orange
{ Gainesville will be master of Club. This year will be no exception High said that for every dol- WHERETO Heights carpenter, for the May present code needs changingbut enterprise, although he said he
ceremonies. according to Bill Irby, lar of gasoline tax that Alach- 5 primary. "we must protect the rightsof favors as much private work
( Another highlight ticket chairman. Irby said that the' individual, too." be encouraged as possible. "I
' program tickets (See HIGH on Page -2)) FIND IT Batten is a native Floridianand Dr. Edwin Andrews would be willing to compromiseif
will be presentation of an awardto persons wanting should runningfor
contact him. has lived here for nearly 10 Winn's seat, said he believedin necessary," he explained.
an individual who has given
Comics . 20 years. CITY AUDITORIUM The
outstanding service to Florida's The banquet, which features Mrs. ShawSuccumbs Classified 0 ..23-25 He filed his qualifying papers regulatory processes but explained four candidates agreed that an
cattle industry during the past first class charcoal broiled he felt the proposed
Entertainment 23 this in the
C, Wuthrich said that who steaks, is considered morning county code is too stringent.In (See DEBATE on Page 2))
of the
year. one Obituaries 0. . 2 clerk's office at the courthouse.Here .
the recipient this year will be year's big events for the City of i Opinion Page . 4 is his statement: answering the list pf pre-

has not been decided. Last year, Alachua and the entire county. Sports . 15,16 "We, the wage earners and pared questions for the small MOTOR SCOOTER
i the award went to Cushman The local Lion's Club uses the Mrs. D. A. (Bessie Love) Women's . 10 retired citizens of Alachua Coun- group the candidates said: I
I'' Radebaugh of Orlando, presi- proceeds in promotion of var- PUBLIC HOUSING Butt SCCOTED TO I
.:; dent of the American National ious youth programs in the com- Shaw Gainesville, 89-year-old resident long and a-member time-, (See BATTEN on Page 2) said if all private efforts to prd- THIRD CALLER! '

Cattlemen's Association. and in the
II munity club's sight
y This is the 25th for the conservation of a pioneer Gadsden County Mr. Happy Ad User camein
j\\ year program. family :died here last .night this (
Queen Elizabeth Has Son early morning cs
'Funeral services will be tomorrow soon as we unlocked the
at 10:30 a.m. at First door) and asked us to

Presbyterian Church. please take his ad out of
I She will be buried in Quincy. LONDON (AP-Britain broke prince were the subject of much Elizabeth, Princess Margaretand the paper. Although it
EyeAppealThat 'Graveside services will be in out its flags and fired 41-gun public speculation. The favoritewas other members of the royal only ran one day he received -

old Philadelphia Cemeterynear salutes today to celebrate the James, in tribute to Scot- family 10 calls that eve-

'Quincy at 4 p.m. Thursdaywith birth of a son to Queen Elizabeth tish Stuart ancestors of the The new prince is third in line ning and sold his motor

II Describes Rev. U. S. Gordon, pastorof II.Both queen. Robert, Rupert and David of succession to the throne, be- scooter to the third par-

the Gainesville First Presby- the 37-year-old queen also were mentioned.It hind ,his brothers, Charles 15, ty. "I'm still receiving
terian Church, and Rev. Bron- and the new prince-her fourth and Andrew, 4. He rates aheadof calls this morning!" he I.j I
F{ The 1964 Model Cars son Matney, pastor of the child and third son-were re- was the second British his sister, Anne 13. exclaimed. Day or
well. The royal birth this year. Princess ning classified
Quincy First Presbyterian ported doing baby was The baby was delivered by a eve"I"I
t Church, officiating.She born Tuesday night at Bucking- Alexandra the queen's first team of five physicians headed do get results.FOR .
You can see them at the Gainesville Auto Show cousin, had a son on Feb. 29.
was born in. Quincy and ham Palace, a week earlier than by Sir John Peel, 59, the gyne- SALE Allstate Motor Scooter
; opening tomorrow. You can read all about them in lived. in Gainesville since 1924. expected. But "it was an easy Princess Margaret, the queen's'sister cologist who attended the birthsof running seen after condition 5:00 Call$30.00.374-0644.Can' be
1 Her late husband, D. A. Shaw, birth," said Sir John Weir, the expects her second child Charles, Andrew and Anne.It .
J, the special Auto Show section included in today's and Pat Keeter, organized the royal physician. next month. The Duchess of was only the second time Economical Sun Want-Ads

It Shaw and Keeter Motor Co. in "Everything went well; there Kent, Alexandra's sister-in-law, since 1817-when Queen Victoria Work hard at such low cost.
i expects her first baby in May.
"
f 1924.Mrs. were no problems, reportedthe gave birth to Princess Beatrice Place \
I dameswlk your family want ad
iun Shaw was a member anesthetist, Dr. Vernon The queen's husband, Prince -that a child had been born to the 6 to 12 day low rate plj or

the Daughters of the AmericanSee Hall. Philip, 42, telephoned the news a reigning British sovereign. Call Us Today 372-8441

i ( SHAW on Page 2) t The names to be given the of his new son to Queen Mother Andrew was the first. ___,_? r Proof Of ResultsJ J

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2Gc1nesvflte Sun Wednesday, March 11, 1964
-

Lady Bird, 'e I UF Enrollment Labor Writer ''I


-r Riesel To 1

Truman .' ,
Curbs PossibleThe Speak HereI

In I .
Athens T Hard-hitting labor columnist

University of Florida lag the new controls may be ,Victor Riesel will speak on the
administration may be forcedto forthcoming.
By GERALD
MILLER .. :University of Florida campus.
controls enroll-
ATHENS Greece put more on
(AP-For-)
Philpott said most of the Uni Friday.
ment because of yesterday's
mer President Harry S. Truman i
versity's
and Mrs. Lyndon B. John- Cabinet decision to rebid theongdelayed full and classrooms the are already The talk, which begins at
classroom new building I
UF -
general
son arrived in Athens today to was counted on to take care of 8:15: p.m. in University Audi
represent the United building.
States at increasing enrollment and to torium, will be one of the high-
the, funeral Thursday of King UF Vice President Harry allow destruction
Paul. of the old lights of Gator Gras, a seriesof
Philpott was quoted in the cam. temporary buildings on the activities
on campus designed -
Driving into town Truman goth pus newspaper, The Florida campus.uue .
Alligator, this morning as say- I to honor student leaders.
"first look at the controversial .. .
to an
architect's error in I
statue of himself erected in design the Riesel will discuss the subject .
proposed $1.25 I
tribute to the aid he sent in the nillion structure "Inside Labor." He is
From Plane to ConvertibleTight More About wound up
late 1940s
to
help save Greece .
bid
being at $262,000 more than : the crusading columnist who
from communism. But the for-
mer president didn't see a campaign schedules like the one that brought governor candidate Ro- the legislature allocated.The was blinded for life in 1956

"Truman out" sign scrawled on bert King High to Gainesville last night shuttle the candidates from airplanesto PlaneFrom University had hoped the '''I'when acid was thrown in his

a wall at Athens University in convertibles filled with supporters. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) Cabinet would release the additional face.

another part of the city. funds to go ahead with QueenCarolyn
More About Page 1 construction instead of redesigning I I Prior to the public lecture

Workmen were still polishing the building to fit the budgetand King, 18->ear-old UnIversity .in University Auditorium! Rie

marble inscriptions at the base Fight Shaping Up tary forces in shooting down the causing a delay. of Florida beauty from sel will address some 75 per-. !
of the 12-foot bronze statue HighFrom Bartow, was crowned national the Student
RB66B. sons attending
when the motorcade carrying Hopes were dashed yesterday watermelon queen last nightIn

Truman and the American In Baker 1 Tyler "also expressed the when the Cabinet ordered the Jacksonville. Miss King, a Leader Banquet which begins at
InquiryWASHINGTON Page building redesigned. It 6 p.m. in the Banquet Room of
party passed. U.S. government's regrets that was supposed freshman, will tour eastern r
: I to be ready for use in markets next summer as good the Student Service Center.
ua County turns over to the the plane became lost and inadvertently 1965. ,
September,
(AP) The I Benjamin Siegelbaum a financial state, it gets back only 55 crossed the demarcation will ambassador for the water. ;\

< & tuaries Senate Rules Committee moved I backer of a vending ma- cents. line between the Federal melon industry. .. .

toward a showdown today on chine firm in which the former Republic (West Germany) and More AboutPrimary In 1935 a helium filled balloon

r BILL ALLEN 'ending its Bobby Baker investi Senate aide has a major interestwas more Little than Liberty$4 for County every dollarit gets East Germany." More About : reached a height of 13.71'

IXJraveside : scheduled as the day's wit- ]miles record for manned
services for A. W. gation. pays, he said. This was the second Incidentof a
E:(Bill) Allen, 44, 1106 NE 9th Miami real estate operator ness. He could turn out to be this kind in six weeks and the I flight that endured for 21 years.
I the last witness. The distribution schedule is Debate
St.-, who died Sunday, will be wording of the U.S. protest after
nducted: tomorrow by the local However, the Republican determined by a law passed
I
the Soviet destruction of a U.S.
Moose Lodge 1140.They'll More About members, outnumbered 2 to 1 on 34 years ago, High said. It's T39 jet trainer on Jan. 28 was From Page 1Hampshire's Gainesville Sun
the committee, have drawn upa outdated and filled with inequities From Page 1 t
much harsher. All three men in Published evenings except
: be in Hillcrest Mem-
list of about dozen additional he declared. He wantsit
a 302 precincts Saturday and Sunday
Suit the trainer were killed.At .
orial Park following regulars persons they want called be- repealed and new legislation I counted, this was the Republican -auditorium is needed. Whin said ings by the Gainesville morn'I'I

vices at 3 p.m. in.Jones- fore the hearings are halted. substituted for it. that time Tyler made no : tally: he, felt a coliseum should be 2nd lishing Place Company, Gainesville at 101 Florida SE

Johnson; Funeral Home. From Page 1 Since Baker resigned last Oct. A major theme of High'sround apology and denounced the Soviet I first on the priority list, how I and entered as second class

iPallbearers will be Lowell 7 from his $19,600-a-year post as of activity here last Union's shooting down of Lodge 30,659Goldwater ever, explaining it would be i matter at the Post Office at

Mock, Vince Hines, Curley may ask for damages "in the secretary to the Senate's majority night was money. the T39 as "a callous and inexcusably 20,103 cheaper and more versatile. Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .

Greer, E. C. Robertson, Harold hundreds of thousands of dol the committee has been brutal act of violence i Nixon 15,042 WALDO ROAD All candidates RATES BY

R hsom and Curtis Townsend. lars." investigating how he built up a He said he doesn't want large against an unarmed aircraft" Smith 2,721Rockefeller agreed that all pressure CARRIER OR MAIL

Honorary bearers will be Bud Burwell and Barton are rep- fortune he has valued at more campaign contributions because There 18,734 possible should be put on county 1 Week .45

Pennell, Edward Silbernagel, resenting Bradfield as a team in than $2 million. they necessitate dangerous promises of the was much no softer explanationhere wordingof Stassen 1,249 and state officials to widening 3 Mos. $5.85

Chester Hill, George Yates, the suit. The committee had U.S. that economies can be statement. Lodge had captured about 34 State Road 24 to Waldo, emphasizing All mail subset Iptions mutt

J.-J. Wilson, Tom Welch, Edward William C. O'Neal and Henry marshals searching for Sigel worked throughout the state go- There Tuesday was some night's suggestion that per cent of the Republican vote.It the road's use by Sperry be paid in advance.

Wilkinson and membersof Gray Jr. oppose them. baum last week before he sent vernment and that the state U.S. officials were puzzled, if added up to a New Hampshire employes.The Member of Audit Bureau of ,

the Moose Lodge.NASSIE In his opening statement in the word over the weekend that he tax load can be distributedmore not embarrassed, by the fact mandate to Lodge to chal- next candidates' forum Circulation. ;

COKER Circuit Court trial, Burwell said was willing to accept service of equitably.He that the RB66B with a pilot and lenge President Johnsonhisboss will be tomorrow night at the All material contained herein Is
the gas lines that allegedly Jaycee dinner at the HolidayInn. the property of the GainesvilleI
a subpoena.He
pointed to recent two navigators aboard had ambassador-for the .
a news as Radio Publishing Company (c) 1964. Re-
stations WGGG and
Word has been received here leaked the gas were abandoned has been described in pre- dispatch stating that 102 per strayed across the dividing linen White House.Ther I production In whole or In part is
WRUF will broadcast the :J forbidden without the written
of the death of Mrs. Nassie Ophelia about 1949. vious testimony, along with Ed- sons in Florida have the mon- Germany and gotten over program I permission strictly of the publisher.
n_ aftprarl few.. I
......< were___ at 8:30 I
At t hat time, the Bradfields n --------- -- p.m.
Coker, 85, 3209 E. CaracasSt. ward Levinson Las I
a Vegas, ey and influence to elect the Communist territory. write-in votes for Govs. William ;
., Tampa. switched to a bottled type gas, Nev., hotel and gambling casino next governor.
She was the mother of Mrs. he said. operator, as one of the original There was no explanation of W. Scranton of Pennsylvaniaand

D. E. Camp, 1338 NW 13th St., They thought the lines were investors in the Servu-U Corp., High called it "an insult to how this happened. The previous George Romney of Michi- I
removed he claimed. I the of Florida." incident also
Gainesville. people was unex-
a west coast vending machine gan.Despite
Services were yesterday afternoon Then early last March two termite -' firm. plained.The the snowstorm, the WaLI-IN
And he added that if these
exterminators working turnout totaled
I ,in Tampa. were Serv-U in which Baker is Republican
a people could elect the governor Air Force said the twinjet
Advance
of votes.
Other survivors include two beneath the house. One some 90,000
I major but unlisted stockholder, "they could control him.I aircraft was on a routine
them brushed against a pipe forecasts had placed it at 90-
Richard
Mrs. M.
daughters, does about 98 cent of its kind mission Toul-
per What of promises are be- training from
hanging there. 000 to 100,000. FREEZER'PESOPLIMV
Clearwater Mrs. W. T.
Collins five; Burwell claimed that becausethe business with government defense ing made now to get their sup Rosieres, France, and that the New Hampshire Democrats

dren.Dunlap, Tampa; grandchil line was held by only one contractors. port?" he asked the Blue Key. crew had been briefed to fly a staged a write-in drive of their

and a half threads, it broke Levinson in refusing to answer "1 won't be the best governor practice mission over West Ger own, in what Gov. John W. King

Architectural and started leaking. He said the questions about his dealings money can buy," High declared.He many. called "an expression and rec !
with Baker had invoked his
exterminator ommendation" that.Atty. Gen.Robertr. .
immediately Before takeoff, the Air Force I
Talk Scheduled fifth amendment protection said he doesn't believein I
checked with Bradfield and they told The Associated Press here, Kennedy'become the .
turned off a gas tank buried in against possible self-incrimina- expensive campaigns. "The "emergency procedures near p "iij's nominee for vice presi I

Philip H. Hiss, architectural the front yard.Bradfield tion. most I've ever spent to be elec- the border were reviewed and dent.

consultant, will speak at the University wasn't aware of any Baker and his secretary, Nan ted mayor of Miami is $5- crews advised that, if there was Its leaders had some lastminute -

I of Florida Department other gas lines around his house, cy Carole Tyler, similarly re 200," he said. He's been elect- any disorientation near the border qualms, fearing a Kennedy ,

Architecture Awards luncheon he claimed. fused to answer questions when ed to that post four times by to immediately take up a write-in that topped that for (

tomorrow. The broken line continued to they appeared before the com' large majorities. westerly heading" away from President Johnson would embarrass -

.1 The luncheon, to be held in the leak and an hour later the house mittee. the Communist area. the President.The 4 ;
High called
I repeatedly on :
Banquet Room of the Student was blown up. The lines should .situations in Miami to illus- outcome quieted those
1, Service Center at noon, will have been removed or shut off More About his The HB66B was last spottednear fears. The figures read this .
trate points and his stands.
honor outstanding architecture at the street years ago, Burwell the central Berlin air corridor -way: *f & i, .

If, students. i contended. He said Miami has the low one of the lanes reservedfor Johnson 17,558 < f.,. Wri71

1 Hiss. of Sarasota. will speak But Attorney William C. Batten est per-family property tax Allied planes flying over Kennedy 14,265 ml4$ 44iY '

l-f on "The Client and the Archi- I O'Neal, representing the gas rate of the nation's 91 largest: Communist territory between New Hampshire voters also t -

tect." lie is a former chairmanof rwnnanv- maintain- in his- nn- From Page 1 cities. As mayor, he helped cut Berlin and West Germany, an approved their state's big gamble Wr;, wi ;

the Sarasota County Board of ening arguments -ih procedure '"': Miami taxes 10 per cent last Air Force announcement said. : a sweepstakes designed to .

Public Instruction. used by the company at year. He said he is convinced raise money for education.The t.
ty are strictly against any A civilian pilot said he saw
: the Bradfield residence was he could do much the same local option vote on the t
i Education Frat homestead tax changes on our what looked like an attack dive 4
"standard, a c c e p table an d thing for the whole state.! sale of sweepstakes tickets '
homes and farms to give special by a Soviet-made MIG17. He
.-i To Initiate safe." interests another way out of High said he's running for said he saw a flash as if the conducted effective all over New in Hamp-the 42 %: 'i: *
The lack of a single telephonecall shire but only
their tax responsibilities. If spe- governor on much the same MIG had fired its rockets. He 'L ; P CLaJ'FAt
caused the he communities with state liquor '
explosion .
; The U n i v e rsity of Florida's cial interests were paying their program as he ran on for may !reported he was not able to see tracks, produced I ,
stores or race
t V! chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, said.O'Neal claimed that the exterminators -fair share of real taxes accord. or-economy and honesty. the target.A a lopsided yes-about 3& to 1.
education ing to the earner and
f honorary fraternity, wage
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had returned to official
holds initiation ceremonies for I small businessman, we would State Department 1iJ( : .
lj 16 new members Friday afternoon work beneath the house after not need to even think about any More About said of the American plane "we The United States farmer gets
had shut off the that about 2.7 cents for the corn in a
coming it
they gas for are not in any doubt was 4
at the J. Hillis Miller new revenues our county
I.f, Health Center. from the tank. He said they school system and other county Shaw shot down." 27-cent box of cornflakes. ..J:' ... . 4' .; .
listened to the hiss of
escaping
j The annual Phi Delta Kappa governmental agencies.

initiation banquet will take place gas, but nothing furtherwas "This would be one of the rich-. Weather RoundupC :

1 at 6:30 p.m. at the University done about it. est counties in the state if the
He said Bradfield could have From 1
I Inn. Speaker for the banquet is special interests were paying Page

,t Dr. C. U. Smith head of the so- called any gas company in town their fair share. I intend to find 1.f. *
,
ciology department at Florida and gotten a service man to out why they are not and haveit Revolution Gainesville Worn (

A. and M. University. come immediately and check corrected with the help of God ens Club and Garden Club. ( i4. ; #
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the leak. ,;
and the citizens of Alachua
He said the here II. She was active in church work
Skids companies County. .
Cycle ; ..j.ttI
and taught Sunday School for *
have an agreement to work to- "My pledge to the citizens of! 68 D Partly cloudy ,
YouthHl1rt gether on all emergencies. Alachua County is that I will years. through Thursday. Low to-

O'Neal claimed also that work hard to equalize the real I Survivors include three night 48 to 56, high Thurs

.{ A 16-year-old youth was injured : Bradfield should have known property assessments, improvethe I daughters, :Mrs. J. M. McClam- day 66 to 72. Variable mostly

when his motorcycle skidded about the abandoned lines under school system, pave all coun-' roch and Mrs. A. E. Harp, bothof northeast to east 5 to 15

r on wet pavement yesterday and: his house. He said an addition ty roads, stop the waste of tax' Gainesville, :Mrs. Vincent mile winds.

\r crashed into the back of a stopped I II was made to the residence dollars, provide county parks Flack, Pelham, N. Y.: seven A-Partly cloudy throufih Thursday.Mild .

I car. I II three or four years ago, and and playgrounds, encourage in- grandchildren and a sister, afternoons.low 46 to a 54 little High warmer Thursday tonight

I He was treated at Alach u a' Bradfield should have seen the dustry and development and Laura R. Love, Quincy. 64 B to70.-Partly cloudy through Thu.... -r\ ;
General Hospital. lines then. improving working conditionsfor day. Low tonight 45 to 50. high Thursday .
.{'I The youth is Russel L. Hill He said also that the company county employes." Pallbearers are Steve Ses- 5 to In 15 60s.mile! Mostly winds. northeast to east J

Jr., Route 2, Box 396. His cycle wasn't bound to regularly Batten is unmarried and is a sums, Dr. Pat Woodward, Dr. E F-Partly cloudy through Thurs SUTI* tailored by SAGNERDon I
skidded at E. University inspect lines on private proper member of Carpenters' Local Calvin Curry, Aden Keeter, day. 75 Low to tonight to. Variable In 50s mostly high Thu's.dai norm-

; Avenue and the Waldo Road and Union 1278. Preston Keeter and Dr. FrankP. east to east 5 to 15 mile winds
I I hit ty.A parade of witnesses in the He born May. H I-Partly cloudy I through Thurs your Peso Pluma this summer-and step out
a car driven by Robert was in Clay Countyand i day. Low tonight I 60 to 45. high '
is to last all Thursday around SO. Variable mostly '. ,-a of a hot box into an ice box. No suit is lighter,
expected
. Vance Gaddy, Route 1, Box 346, case was educated in Dade County The family asks that flowersbe northeast to east 5 to 15 milt wHndi.
about 7:30 ajn. week. public schools.or omitted. G J-Partly cloudy through ThursGAINESYRLE WEATHER: no suit for summer is more trrinJkfo-rtKjfanf.
day. Low tonight 65 to 70. high
day around SO. Variable mostly northeast Exclusive fabric by Pacific Mills, 65& Dacron
to east 5 to 15 milt winds. Municipal Airport readings 45% wool, c-o-o-1 tailored by Sajrner with premium

I Let's Visit a N. H. Town Low K-Partly tonight cloudy 70 to 75 through. high Thursday.Thursday for 24 hours to 8am. today: care. You'll want to come in early for your

Meeting coming 12. Variable easterly 5 to Thursday.15 mile winds beHigh 77 at 3 P.m., low 45 at Peso Pluma-the original imitated but unequalled -

7a.m.Norain.TEMPERATURES champion of the featherweights.

By HUGH A. MULLIGAN New Hampshire has 276 regis- Thompson called the meet "That was a fellow who was ...........ELSEWHERE. H L Pro 1....... ...- .. ....ft..iee. ...........1M.
I WILMOT, N.H. (AP) The tered voters-232 Republicansand ing to order at 9:30: a.m., a cal- Jacksonville 71 4t ft.---.
delivering a personal attack on Miami ................. tt 71
Greeks invented it. The Pilgrim 44 Democrats. About 70 culated half-hour late so snow- Tampa ................ 76 5* CZDAB KKT TIDES _ Suit 55.00
braved could another townsman, the moderator Atlanta ................ U 30 Htgh at 12U a.m. and
fathers perfected it. New townfolk a howling plows dig out stragglers.Miss Thursday
Eng- New Orleans -I < CHARGE IT-
said. "We're all neighborshere .......::;;:::::: 43 43 1:34 p.m. Lew at 7:1T( ajn. and 7li p.m. Sport Coat $37.95
, landers still cherish it as the snowstorm to take their placesin Doris Langley's fifth, sixth Boston 3* 1* Lit *
and everybody knows New York .... ...... 44 31 .17 ALMANAC lO1OpArI4'we ,
J last undiminished untarnished the long wooden pews stretching seventh and eighth graders Washington ............ 77 :34
of down the length of the plank- trooped in from the school everybody else." Chicago ................ 36 30 Sunset today ................ t:35 p.m. 1
example pure democracy in next Kansas City .......... 47 34 Sunrise tomorrow .......... 6:43 ajn.
action. 'floored meeting halL door to observe democracy No such vendettas ripped at Denver ............_.. 32 15 Moonrise tomorrow .......... 6:03 ajru
Ft. Worth ............ 64 41 New Moon ................. March 13
It's called the town meeting On a tiny stage, Moderator in action and joined in the opening the governmental sinews of WJ Los Angeles ............ 42 4 PROMINENT STARS Csttr To Your GoodApf. r nct ,

t i and if you've never witnessed Arthur Thompson stood framedby saying of the Lord's Prayer. mot this day. Even debate was Seattle MARINE',,_......_FORECAST..._, 46 42 .U Procyon Regulus. high high In in south south ........ 11:17 I:" p.m p.m.

one your civics education is the faded scenery drops of Thompson, a retired farmer noticeably lacking as the town- EAST GULF: Variable mostly northVISIBLE PLANETS
I with east to east winds 5 to U knots Jupiter low to west ........ 7:55 p.m.
sadly incomplete. Tuesday'stwohour some forgotten elementary a marvelously reasonant folk approved a $57,600.67 budget through Thursday. Partly cloudy. VenUs. above Jupiter.
I session in the Town school play. A wood chunk stove voice and a splendid guard- for the coming year, agreedto ,.1ENS AND BOYS WEAR

Hall of Wilmot was fairly typical hissed cozily and from a kitchen man's moustache ran the meeting buy a new highway truck and Five-Day Forecast
of what takes place in an beyond came the lovely aroma with an admirable blend of approved buying a second-hand 112 WEST UNIVERSITY

open assembly where every of creamed chicken being firmness and humor. In 24 yearsof pumper from the PembrokeFire Temperatures will averagethe ey/ane south and fifties 20 BROADWAY OCALA

man has a vote and can say his prepared by the ladies of the presiding, he has never had Department. Wilmot's old around normal for the five-day elsewhere. The forecast calls for .

piece without going through an Grange.In to use a gavel and only once pumper will be sold and the pro- period ending Monday. The nor-around one-half inch of rain in

J elected representative. a scene repeated endlessly has had to rule a speaker out of ceeds used for a new siren atop mal high is in the seventies and most sections during the week- .C1fl.ttttLCl1nInga to k..p you!!ti22f.hI!

j $ ThIs. village in south central across New England. Moderat- order. i the fire house. Ithe normal low in the sixties in end. l

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Died Before 1354 SE 1st Terr. He was deadon
New to arrival at Alachua General
' Surprises Nothing Lodge
r_ Car AccidentAn Hospital. ..;

Police said his car was southbound
CONCORD, N.H. (AP- star and the Croix de Guerre tory in the 1952 presidential primary He was back on the national elderly Gainesville man on S. Main Street when
apparently died before he was
I't Springing plishing the surprises and accom- Entered Senate at 34 while serving in Europe with a in New Hampshire. scene before long, being named involved in a S. Main Street it ran off the side of the street,
is nothing
unusual unexpected for Henry Cabot- ; tank outfit. Lodge was the leader at the United Nations ambassador in traffic accident about 10:30 a.m. struck a fire plug and hit a
I. 1953 by President Eisenhower.He yesterday. parked car owned by Leslie R.
Lodge. He had been an avowed isolationist GOP national convention in Chi-
I. It has dotted his career since Outstanding War Record before World War H, cago that summer, where Eisenhower became known for his diplomatic Police believe he died of a McClellan, 816 NE 10th Place.:. j
he went to work i rebuttals heart attack. Damages totaled an estimated
for a Boston saying, "This is not our war," won the nomination yet tough-talking ( ;
r newspaper as a reporter in \ I to the Soviet Union dele- The man was Ed Hines, 76,1$100.|
he leader in over Sen. Robert A. Taft of
1922. The job was an unusual ators, a secretary of state, a 1 I The unusual continued when even though was a 'gate.
I I one for a college student whose secretary of the Navy and a'I he earned his degree R from Har- the preparedness movement. Ohio. Lodge was the prime mov-
er in the campaign which re- The United Nations the
II was J
includes Massachusetts.
ancestry six U.S. of
sen governor vard College in three years. Afterward he was quick to ad- sulted in Eisenhower's Novem- springboard from which he JJ
mit that, "I was 100 per cent ber election Adlai E. L
The unexpected burst onto the i over dived into the Republican vice ,
Nixon national political scene in 1936 wrong. Stevenson.But presidential nomination in 1960. -
Delegates when as a tall, handsome "The Lodge who came back while Lodge was workingfor Again he-and Richard M. rirr ;
of from the not the Lodge Nixon-was beaten by John F.
young man 34-Lodge won a war was 1 Ike he was away from his
U.S. Senate seat himself. The who had gone overseas," he;political fences in Massachu- Kennedy.It .
II j Off Fla. Ballot man he defeated was the late said and worked to win Senate setts. A young congressman by was the late President Kennedy t '.
James Michael Curley, then at approval of the Marshall Plan the name of John F. Kennedy who asked him if he would
the height of a flamboyant career and the North Atlantic Treaty: upset him in the Bay State Sen- accept the post of U.s. ambas-

I TALLAHASSEE (AP) The I not now convert to an unpledgedslate as the incumbent Democratic Organization. I ate race and Lodge was out ofa sador to South Viet Nam. Lodge
slate of Republican nominating after he withdrew. governor of Massachusetts. Lodge came out publicly in job. agreed immediately. t'h

\ convention delegates pledged to "This being the case it appears November 1951, in favor of :
t+I support Richard Nixon for that the proper action now Lodge did the unusual againin i drafting Gen. Dwight D. Eisen- The Home Of Gourmets .,
the.presidential nomination has is to remove the delegate slate 1944, about a year after winning hower for the Republican presi- Try Our Noon Lunchestemanella's
I' been thrown off Florida's ballot. from the ballot since the name reelection to the Senate, by dential nomination. He was

Earlier, the state had allowed of the person to whom they are resigning to enter the Army.I practically alone among the po- \
Nixon to withdraw his name pledged will not appear on the The 6-foot-3 Boston brahminwon 1 cal "big names'm' who did so-
from the slate. ballot," Kynes said in an opinion six battle stars, a bronze I until Ike scored a smashing vic 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
.. --- issued to Secretary of State Tom
Florida Atty. Gen. James w. Adams. -
Kynes said that the slate which
had been pledged to Nixon could Florida's Republican National
Committeeman[ Anthony Bat-
taglia of St. Petersburg, filed
ClubWelcomes the slate on the final day of can-
Rotary
didate qualifying. When Nixon
asked that his name be re-
FiveFour moved, Battaglia sought author-
ity to switch the slate from .T NKll
new Rotarians were pledged to unpledged. I
welcomed into the Rotary Club
There already is one un I,
yesterday at the weekly meet
pledged slate of Republicans on
ing at the Holiday Inn yester
{ the primary ballot. It is a group
day.The headed by GOP state chjjrman
new members are Lucas .
Tom Brown of Tampa and opposes
Hart, Jr., general manager of a slate headed by U.S.
J the General Electric plant in
Rep. William Cramer of "St.
I Hague; Robert Johnson, president Petersburg pledged to Sen. Bar-
of Johnson & Faris, Inc
; SUPPORT & ELECT
1 ry Goldwater of Arizona.
James Quincy, member of Clay-
I. until the end of the
ton Arnow Duncan & Johnson Up quali- _
law firm; and Col. William Boa fying time, March 3, the slate ,
of science could have switched from !
; professor military
.I of Florida. pledged to unpledged status. But
at the University
j The new members were accompanied once the qualifying time closed
by their wives at the the slate of delegates couldn't
introduction meeting. change their preference and become JIM RICHARDSONQUALIFIED
1 f said. an unpledged slate, Kynes

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I University's English depart- As Low es $$$49.50 ON GAINESVILLE CITY COMMISSION
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CONSCIENCEOF ANSWER IN FREUD, VENGEANCE, NATIONALISM? ,




1 w e., aimsuillt iunI' OF +d The 'Whys' of De Gaulle K .


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N fork mtmt Winston Churchill and Franklin ly important, his belief In regards himself as the incarnation \
:1- JOHJ *. HABBISOW.' m.I.... ... rUt I
I'\ rklikn PAT COWLES. Vk. resident SOUTHBy By DREW MTODLETON D. Roosevelt when he was France's key role in the post of France, there is
=_ ; ED JOHNSON. Tic rretideatad struggling to preserve Fran war world. much to be said for this
] = EJM.UT. Editors W. O. (BID PARIS It is easy enoughto ce's national interests and The French contend that theory. But to leave it at that "
Beautiful what President De
EBE&80LE. Vie. rrttldekt tad Advertising see his own position as her leader the absence of any responseby is to ascribe to the general
..,, Dlreetori BOB TAXTAGUOXE Gaulle is It is difficultto
doing.
'r University City' Ttet President ud Clreml- RALPH McGILL -during World War II. Hence the U.S. and Britain to De superficiality he does not po-
__ PmlitMr fife WtBBter h UaJa.r explain why he does it.
:::: u.. Kuau. Of the Atlanta (G*.) CwstttatiM The world sees the General his hostility to their plans and Gaulle's proposal in 1958 turned ssess.
policies. the General against them.
pursuing policies in Europeand
.-- Anyone familiar with mem- This was his proposal to establish WHAT DE GUALLE is really
POLICY Asia that often
THE SUN'S are con-
.rJ ::: __ The Wheel trary and sometimes hostileto oirs of the period will recall a global tripartite saying is that the only viable I
...... 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. those of the United States. however that De Gaulle gaveas strategic directorate of the institution is the nation-

y = ....- : 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Yet his personal motivationhas good as he got. Moreoverin U.s., the United Kingdom and state. There is recent evidencethat
l = ... 3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. ShakesA never been clearly estab- London in 1940, in Algiers in France. The fact is that from by this he means a true

r. .. == The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 lished. It remains locked in 1943 and in Paris in 1944 there the U.S. there was response.It nation, ethnologically as well
but it not as geographically.By .
character were indications that the Gen was negative was
his unusually enigmatic -
: == ," Want Ads-376-4672 eral knew rude.
rI : NationA why the two leaders the General's standards
were acting as they did, even countries divided between two

Arms Research? THE ABSENCE of any though he did not approve. THE SECOND explanationof peoples speaking different lan-
Hidden Facts on the General's actions seems
major impact of the re- verifiable answer to t h e"Why" guages, Belgium for example,
to be that he is to fur-
THEY HAD acting
a war to fight
volution wrought by that ancient has given diplomatic are not really nations. But
"I tell about airplanes as 10 days before the president's announcement and win. Viewing the multitude ther his own ideals rather than
== can you more among inventions soothsayers and amateur psychologists France and, unexpectedly,
1 than show We ? the wheel-has been felt in opportunity for of problems that faced reacting to old insults. Britain are because they have
= a dog can jump over.
The General this
the White House and by theory,
heavi- Downing
Some lean
our present-from about 1945 speculation. centuries of national unity
= do not have a new one. We do not Are such projects kept secret from until now.Perhaps. ly on the weary ghost of Street in those years, the im- is intent on establishing behind them.

;: have any new airplanes but the C141 even the senior members of the com- the most Niccolo Machiavelli. Others pact and progress made by France as a power in her own ,
important De Gaulle is right, one that can never France then under De
tribute his
a to
= (transport aircraft) that is in pro- mittee that must pass on vital defense phenomenon of our time prefer to follow Sigmund forceful personality.The again be submerged in inter- Gaulle acts as she does,

t :: duction.-We have never advised you recommendations? has been the mobility of pop- Freud. national organizations like following her own interests
The most popular explanation theory has more sub-
= wrong." Secret military information never ulation. A recent report by for De Gaulle's hostilityto stance when it is focussed on the North Atlantic Alliance or because only a united nation- 'I'
the U. S. Census Bureau
towed in the wake of the American state can act to protect itself
has been available to all members of the Yalta
the U.S. and Britain mightbe Conference, early
: That quotation is from the Feb. 20 said: ship of state. and recognize and further its
Congress. Congress relies on the called "The Getting Even in 1945. De Gaulle then was
y issue of the Congressional Record. "About 35.5 million, or 20.0 Since De Gaulle apparently aims in the world.
Theory. no longer struggling for
judgment of the informed membersof
of the 177.4 million
I percent,
= The speaker was Representative The General, according to French leadership. He had

= ;: :Mendel Rivers (Dem., S. C.), senior the armed services committees for persons who one were year living old in and the over this theory, has never for- achieved it. His exclusion
guidance.The It Is All
gotten nor forgiven slights from the conference woundedhis
? majority member of the House Arm- United States in March 1961
and affronts he suffered from personal pride and
=- ed Services Committee. The state- RS70 is a large bomber type. had moved at least once equal-

':' ::- ment was made during debate over The plane announced by President since March 1960.

:. the committee's recommendation that Johnson is a much smaller pursuit "OF THE 35.5 million BELOW OLYMPUS By mt.ri.ndi Because of Color

$92 million more than was requested plane. The two have important char- persons one year old and over -

in the defense budget be appropriated acteristics in common, however. who in differ-
Theyare were living a
(Part of a talk Jan. 22 by home, whose advice I probably
-..;; for development of the RS70 sup both intended to develop engines ent house in March 1961 President Johnson to execu- value more than -

) .. ersonic reconnaissance bomber. capable of producing supersonic from that in 1960, about 24.3 tives of 31 corporations which anybody's
-- million, or 13.7 percent of the except my mother and
:: ;,.. The major argument in support of speeds over long distances, and new total population one year old have begun with this the year President's to cooperate wife, a college person, hIgh-

metals capable of withstandingstrains and over, had moved within I ly trained. If she has a title, I
.. =. the proposal was that most of our Committee on Equal Employ-
involved in 2,000mileanhourflights. the same county; 5.5 million -
.: will be ment Opportunity.) guess you would call her chiefof
present military planes worn
or 3.1 percent had mov- NEW fIAMPSHIRI:
out and obsolete by 1970 and that ed between counties in the PRIMAJtY-MAUD staff of my operation. She

2 .:.:.. steps being taken to develop new and These two facts alone might have same state; and 5.8 million, POLLING PUCE i WHEN I took over this finds that when she comes
or 3.2 percent, had moved L committee, (then Secretary of from Texas to Washington,
better insufficient. had
planes are an important bearing on the OfEr
Labor Arthur) Goldberg who
between states. In additionto she can't go to a bathroom
"': The above statement by Represen- amount of funds needed for develop- these persons who moved was my associate, my very without taking three or four

tative Rivers adds to the confusion ment of the RS70 if they had been within the United States, wonderful colleague in the hours out of a drive to try to 'I

available to members of the House at about 0.6 percent of the 1961 work, said "For every corpor- locate one in sections of the
I of the public in the light of President the time. The additional funds population had been living STORE t ation that you get to voluntarily town.
were
Johnson's announcement of the new aborad in 1960. ." s I R I 'RENT go out an say they will
i long distance supersonic interceptor voted. But would they have been if Educators have used these drive discrimination under- She find out that she never

plane that is nearing the end of its all the facts were known? What about statistics to illustrate the r ground and bury it, I will geta knows when she goes intoa
R the next time Representative Rivers need for a revision of our labor union to Join us." cafe whether she can get a

flight tests. stands up in the House and "I concept of education. There I was proud to say that I cup of coffee or not-not be-
says
... really is no such thing todayas got 100 corporations before he cause of lack of dignity, be-
Was Rivers
Representative not tell
can about
you more airplanesthan
the "community" that Am- got 100 labor unions. Both cause she is possessed with
i
? ... aware of the new plane as recently a show dog can jump over"? ericans of bygone genera- have made rather remarkable more of it than the president;

tions meant when they used 1A strides forward and both have not because of lack of money, I
the word. The out.migration of made good records. But thereis because she is thrifty, frugal, .
I : Popularizing the $2 BillThe high school graduates has a. lot still to be done. has invested it and has liVings -
been a constant feature of / ,)419G4,1DS IVd s''f.At3 ; not because of lack of J

attempt of the U. S. Treasury in World War II when it was the only American small town and "So he's won a few delegates at the convention ONE OF THE GREAT women ability, because she commands

1 : to popularize the $2 bill probably is denomination Nazi Germany didn't This rural was life especially since about true 1900.in they'll get talked out of it in smoke-filled rooms." that I know lives in my the the respect-power to of get people the who best.have But "I

} : counterfeit. the South. The flight from it is all because of color and ::11
sen-t- the small farms and towns in THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT because of tradition, because

-.. ... ,._.... Some persons avoid $2 bills be- Dixie began*, .in )thj 19 Os of custom.
.eaus' ::i-might mistakenly give it and it has continued'-eversince. i!I
: It won't bethe first time the YOU WOULD NOT '
want
government .
Tax Cut Boosttax
rf out in change instead of a $1 bill. Gaps in that
to
The wheel has served happen to your mother,
+ has tried to take the curse Regardless of the fact that as a
they
are your wife or your daughter.But .
mighty mover of personsa --
off $2 bills. The attempt always has likely to get a $2 bill as to they can
one
passively
you non-
Pied ,
Piper on a vast scale.
By DAVID LAWRENCE ed as "quickie" tax measures cut on business and fi-
failed and this effort will be
a good clip the corners of any $2 bill in their taken on the spur of the moment nance. Investment in new chalantly, go into your air-
test as to whether superstition is as possession. This really does make it DESPITE THIS, we have WASHINGTON Many an "to meet a temporaryor plant and equipment to meet conditioned office, have your

I dead as we like to think it is. bad luck because it can lead to the seen much of the community individual doesn't look farther passing situation." He feels new demands arising from secretary take your coat, and
penitentiary. education in curriculum, in ahead than a few weeks or justified apparently in describ- consumer spending can be have it happen in your plant.
vocational months. The politicians there- That is what we have tried to
and ,
There isn't even goody opportunities, ing them as broad-gauged readily predicted as likely to
any very
.. in inspiration continue to educate fore, think only in termsof laws designed to have lasting rise, but the benefits can be do something about. Thank !
reason why a man, with a $2 bill can Others have felt that they mightbe for the economic struc- what the popular mood will effects. But he fails to give negated if wage rates start God we have done something

1 expect to be considered a bad insurance suspected of selling their vote if ture of the community. In a be at the time of this year's equal attention to the factorsin running away and wage costs about it, with your help andGod's I

tI risk. Shortly after the $2 bill they were found in possession of a majority of communities the elections. But business has to the national economy which are materially augmented.The help. We are going to 1
t, only vocational school is de- do long-range planning. Gov- have made previous tax rates do more about it.
was invented during the Civil War, $2 bill, that having been the market undersecretary is en-
voted to agriculture, althoughnot ernment ought to do so, too, "too high for healthy economic
i gamblers began trembling and turning price of votes in thusiastic in his belief that the That is all I have to say to
1880.
This
"
implica- more than of 12 but somehow avoids it.
one boys growth.
new tax laws "have already you, except, again, to thank
.1 white when they hauled in a pot tion need be
feared and
na longer. Poli- girls will take it up as This is why a 12,000-word ad- What is overlooked is that provided an important psy- you and tell you that Russia
i f containing a $2 bill. On the other ticians now pay for votes out of the a career. ress by Henry H. Fowler, Un- tax rates by themselves are chological thrust" but adds has more land than we have,

i : hand one of the most common users public funds, not out of their pockets. The need today is for edu- dersecretary of the Treasury, not the primary reason for realistically that "a healthy more people than we have

I : of the $2 bill is the horse race gam- cation that will prepare, technically delivered here the other day economic troubles. High tax economic recovery and growth and more resources than we

-=: :-. bIer. The treasury argues that most and culturally, a to the annual conference of rates in business are not hardto depends heavily upon the have, but she doesn't have the
w small young American to work the Tax Executives Institute, take if the volume of salesis confidence, initiative, Incentive system we have.
purchases
-- now exceed a dollar anywhere in his nation deserves attention as perhapsthe substantially increased or optimism and industry of
Then there or
; those who fear
1 r r are and therefore that the $2 bill is a abroad. Yet, we see commun- most comprehensive defense the profit margin is moved up the private citizen and the NOW LET'S perfect this
counterfeiters will alter a $2 bill so useful kind of currency. Our beliefis ities continue to oppose con- of the administration'stax considerably thus permittingwage private business sector." system of ours and make it a

that it looks like a $20 bill. Logically that any kind of currency is use- solidation of schools, preferr- policies that has yet been increases as productivitis A lack of "confidence" unfortunately model for all the world. Let's

:OJJ". this might be a reason for not taking ful but even in our enlightened statewe ing to keep some hopelesslysmall made by anyone.Mr. improved. ensues, however, make it a pride and joy. If
t $20 bills, but a $2 bill obviously is one prefer high school, which Fowler says that "new Perhaps most salutary is when the administration, in men can stand side by side
currency in other denomi- cannot possibly educ ate currents that have emergedin the undersecretary's state- the midst of its new-found affinity in Korea, Viet Nam, along the
= that hasn't been raised. The
greatest nations, like $100 or $1,000, for in- their young people, merely the last two years mark a ments that the administrationin for private business, Berlin Wall, and die together
i :: popularity of the $2 bill probably was stance. because "We love our little turning point in national tax proposing tax changes real- comes out, as it did recently, regardless of their race, re- \

= school," or "It is an asset to policy." He sees this as a ized that national growth in favor of double pay for ligion, or the country of their f
1 ''II our merchants." stimulous to the "private en- cannot be achieved "by a overtime and, except for tok- ancestry, if they can do that
I terprise sector" and empha massive increase in federal en reductions in current ex- In the uniform of this country, \
It is this same revolutionof sizes the role of the govern- spending well beyond the necessities penditures-which are designed protecting our flag, then they \
Voice of the People the wheel that has spreadthe ment "in promoting maxi- of mounting defense to make headlines-does ought to be able to walk down

best and the worst of us mum employment, productionand and space costs." But by the not substantially cut the $5 the assembly line together or

: over the nation. Talent, train- purchasing power" as a same token, it may be said by billion deficit for next year. cafeteria line together, or go
ing and ambition ride buses, sequel to the Employment Act way of warning that financial Already the total deficits accumulated to the same water fountain.
On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions I trains, planes and automo- of 1946. stability will not be achievedby in five out of the
= biles. So do ignorance, lack The undersecretary refers continuous deficits and bya last six years amount to $31.7 What you businessmen do is

and comments of Sun realm are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters of skills, and the motivationof casually to "the defects that refusal to face up to the billion. How long can "confi going to be picked up and
tl ;must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should "moving on" in search remain." He quotes approv- real causes of inflation, dence" last and the purchasing copied In every little commu-
.- rot exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot b* used. The of a greener field. ingly from the utterances of among them the wage and power of the dollar be nity in this land. know It is
t Sun the right to reject letter or to shorten It,
reserves any without changing the writer's going to be good. I
meaning or the late President Kennedyand price spirals. kept from further declines if am an op
r :.. "tent. IT HAS BEEN the wheel President Johnson 'con- Almost no attention is givenin government spending timist I think this country is
ExperienceJustifies smoking by adjustment of the The Fire Marshall providedme that has created the huge cerning their "conscientiousand this admirable address by largely for political reasons- not only the greatest in all

draft mechanism. I considered with a list of the licensed ghettos of the Eastern cit earnest attempts to reduce Mr. Fowler to methods of continues and labor leaders the world, but we have just
Code the incident closed. firms ies-Negro and white. Thisis government expendi- achieving price stability and threaten big strikes unless begun to grow.
competent to install
However, an hour later the why the cost of genera- tures." steadiness in wage adjust- wage increases are granted in
: the burner
Y EDITOR, Sun: I can un- City Fire Marshall called to properly and by tions of segregated practicesis Mr. Fowler would like to ments. The federal government this year of supposed affluence .

derstand 0 b s e rver's fears inspect the furnace, an old nghtfall I had a safe heating now being paid nationally.In have the public believe that for political reasons ? These are the un-
( : about the Emergencies Section coal burning one which had system.I some of the cities the de the new tax law and the avoids this kind of discussion, answered questions in the ad- watched Wife to neighbor, as they

.:. of the proposed Gaines. been converted for oil heat. facto, geographic segregationhas changes enacted in 1962 on but it is the largest single ministration's jubilant analysis husband mending
ville Housing Code. Those who The marshall found that the believe that the Emergencies caused those in a hurryto depreciation allowances for factor in forecasting accurately of an economy "stimulated" window: "For years he had

-: attended the City Commission oil burner had been installed section of the proposed place the burden on corporations were not intend the long-range effects of the by a tax cut.POTOlIAC me. believing his unionwouldn't
-: hearing on the code re- Gainesville Housing Code schools and educators. It let him repair thingsin
may and
incorrectly ordered it
removed "
does not there.In the house. (L. &: N. Maga-
member that Mayor Winn al- from the house immed would cover situations such as rightly belong
= so said that he had some iately. In' fact, he consideredthe I have described. However, if those cities the basic problem FEVERBy sine)

; questions about the paragraph. burner so dangerous that the City Commission, in its is housing, not educa- .

; I have been in favor of the he carried it into the yard. wisdom, should consider that tion.Failure Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau
; Inclusion of the provision for the Emergencies paragraph to comprehend that The only reason a great
handling emergency situations Although the furnace had might give too much author- our population is mobileandthat New Hampshire folks are great on gadgets. A lot of them made enough out many American families don't

because of a personal exper been the only source of heat ity to a building official, I be- it continues to be so- of Rockefeller and Goldwater to go out and buy specialty pens that write own an elephant Is that they
: ience. in that large house on that 20 lieve the section could be shackles us to an old and no nothing but Henry Cabot Lodge. never have been offered an

= Some years ago I lived temporarily degree day I did not question omitted without seriously longer existent image of an -- elephant for $1 down and $1 a
= in a frame, rented whether the Fire Marshall had weakening the code. I have America that has changed. With LBJ appointing so many women to high government posts, the new ad- week. (Langford S. D. Bugle)

= house in another city. One acted arbitrarily or whether I enough confidence in our city The great danger is that all ministration slogan is: "Speak softly and carry a big lipstick." .

morning, upon opening the could appeal his decision. I employees and the Fire Department of us tend to prefer the com- --
; = door to the basement I faced considered him an expert and to believe that they fortable and the familiar and It's a great year. A space man is running for senator, a woman is running for Prudent hostesses now art

= clouds of black smoke. The was glad that city had procedures would make every effort to close our eyes to the fact the president and, miracle of science, goldwater is running uphill. replacing dainty china ash

w Fire Department, responding for protecting promptlymy have dangerous housing situa- world moves on. -- trays with stone and steel receptacles -
= quickly to my call, discovered life and personal property.The tions corrected promptly. But it does. And the wheelis Congressmen seek to raise their pay to $32,500. Well, if we're going to have a that will resist the
= no fire outside the furnace. landlord also appreciatedthe one of the big movers and war on poverty, we sure don't want our warriors going around looking ragged smart rap of a pipe. (Champaign

== The firemen stopped the city's action. NAME WITHHELD shakers. and seedy. .' Urbana, HL, Cocrkri .

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detmesuilk uu I B.. F. Childs, Colored .Nliws Editor r :+' (


CHUIdCH ANNOUNCEMENTS the U. S. Department of Agriculture

Third Bethel Baptist Dea until 1944 when he wentto __ ,
L1 THE 14 con's Ordination services for ,Liberia as ,head agricultur. .

: John S. Williams, of Rochelle, ist for the State Department's '
JOHN L HAKEISOir PrciMcnt sal S
I rvkltaktrt PAT COWLES. Vk Trttl4 SOUTHBy and Thomas Edison Ivory wiD Economics Mis t Ion. He was 't S f

.Bt| ED JOaXSOK. Tic FrciMmtM be hei J. There will be a special back in the United States in 3

I = Florida's Beautiful ExeUT. E iUrt W. G. BIH) sermon preached. The public is 1951 and 1952 as the recipientof

04 EBER8OLE. Vic TtttUtmt sad A4TtctUtag invited. Mrs. Eva Presley, reporter a State Department Fellowship -:

i =-_ University City' Tics DirtcUn rntMMrt BOB M4 TABTAGlaOWE. ClremU-- Pmlitier RALPH Wtamtaf McGILL FiklUkcrOl ;, Rev. James Cato, pas 'for'his work at Cornell Un-

I{ Ilea JI....". tk. AltomU.?rz. (Oa.) uUtaMw iversity.In .

., tor.LaCr J'sse: St Paul Baptist 1952, Pinder returned to

.\ THE SUN'S POLICY The Wheel Sunday; School, 9 a.m.; Liberia with the foreign aid program .

morals g worship 11 a.m. There as an agriculturist, remaining -
". 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. will be fa sermon preached. The there until 1953, when

':I 3..Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Choirs' Union will bold its meet- he went to Ghana.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Pinder whose work has been
I 1 4 ShakesA ing, 3 jun.; and night service, ,
: ;
'j, : The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 7:30 p.rn. The sermon will be praised by President Tubmanof

Want Ads 376-4672 preaching by Rev. Odom. The Liberia and Foreign Minister
-
( commun don is admlnisterrd every Botsion of Ghana, receiveda
NationA
..1' = first Sunday, and also Baptism Superior Service Award in

:: 11 a.m. Rev. A. Odom, 1951 and a Meritorious Service
Hidden Facts on Arms Research? Award in 1955. He received the
major impact of the revolution -. pastor; !IMrs. M. L. Bryant, re 7
porter.Mt. Meritorious Achievement Award
by that
wrought ancient -
I "I can tell you more about airplanes as 10 days before the president's an- among inventions Pleasant Methodist The from the Florida A. and M. University S __ _
in 1961 and electedto
We nouncement? the wheel-has been felt in Woman's Society of Christian was t SS'
than a show dog can jump over. the Hall of Fame of FloridaA.
our present-from about 1945 Service trill: meet today, 7:30 _
do not have a new one. We do not Are such projects kept secret from until now.Perhaps. I 7:30 p.nx Mrs. K. D. Childs, and M. University in 1962.

have any new airplanes but the C141 even the senior members of the committee the most important i president Choir No. 1 will have He has been rated consistently :
executive by the
(transport aircraft) that is in pro that must pass on vital defense phenomenon of our time I its rehe rsal tomorrow, 7:30: mission as a superior directors under whom 5' 5 1

duction. We have never advised you recommendations? has been the mobility of pop I p.m. Richard Parker, organist, he has served for the past eight -
J. C. RaMs: president.Mt -
Secret ulation. A recent report by i
wrong. military information never years.
the U. S. Census Bureau Carrael BaptistYouth
f has been available to all members of S S
That quotation is from the Feb. 20 said: Forum today, 7:30 p.m., and
Congress. Congress relies on the also Choirs' Jfos. 1 and 2 will Talent ShowWhile
issue of the Congressional Record. "About 35.5 million, or 20.0 PERSONALS
have their rehearsal and Usb-
judgment of the informed members
177.4 million
percent, of the
The speaker was Representative ers' Board No. 2 meets, 8 p.m.; i of LaCrosse I Miss Marva Wyche, seated, and Miss Bettye
of the armed services committees for persons one year old and ov- Mrs. M. L. Bryant, -
I Mendel Rivers (Dem., S. C.), senior guidance.The .er who were living in the and there will be Teachers' returned to her home Stevens, right, standing, hold the music book, Mrs.

majority member of the House Arm- United States in March 1961 Meeting to in o r row, 7:30 p.m. after being called to Jacksonville Parthenia Harris points out the song for the "Graduate -

.. ed Services Committee. The statement KS70 is a large bomber type. had moved at least once Rev. T..A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. because of business re Steelettes." Florida A&M University alumnae
Esther W. Hamm, reporter. who recently made a successful audition for the Ted ,
since March 1960. cently.
was made during debate over The plane announced by President Church of God In Christ I
o Mack Original Amateur Hour.
Miss Mary H. Wilson and Miss They are now engaged -
the committee's recommendation that Johnson is a much smaller pursuit Church School, 10 ajn. I
"OF THE 35.5 million ; morn Martha Oliver, both of Ocala, in teaching music in various parts of the state.

$92 million more than was requestedin plane. The two have important char persons one year old and over ing worship, 12 noon; You n gPeople's were sightseeing in Gainesville Miss Wyche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 'ViIIJI,I

the defense budget be appropriated acteristics in common, however.Theyare who were living in a differ- Willibg Workers' Meet- yesterday.Mrs. ams, 211 Jennings Street, Tallahassee, teaches at

for development of the RS70 supersonic both intended to develop engines ent house in March 1961 ing ship,,7 8 p.m.p.m.;Bishop and evening H. Williams wor-, Helen James and daughter the Lincoln Junior High School in Gainesville.will .

reconnaissance bomber. capable of producing supersonic from that in 1960, about 24.3 pastor. Carolyn, of Miami, whose
million, or 13.7 percent of the visit here for the past week has spend the weekend here ed at the Greater Rock Hill

The major argument in support of speeds over long distances, and new total population one year old PINDER PRO- RIOTED been pleasant, left yesterdayfor with friends.EARLETON. Baptist Church during the day

metals capable of withstanding and over, had moved within their home. I. Sunday.
the proposal was that most of our AACRA, Gh;ana Promotionof
l strains involved in 2,000mileanhourflights. the same county; 5.5 million William Jackson, of Clearwater During the morning worshipat
will be Frank E. Finders who for the NEWS
t present military planes worn or 3.1 percent had moved passed through the Univer- JOINT SERVICEThe 11 a.m., Mrs. Cayson, of Lake

t :; out and obsolete by 1970 and that between counties In the and past Agricultur five years has Officer been of Food the sity City yesterday en route to Rev. W. M. Ferguson,I City, will be the principal speaker -

I ; steps being taken to develop new and These two facts alone might have same state; and 5.8 million, U. S. Agency for International visit at the Florida A&M Uni- pastor, and congregation from ; and during the afternoon
;
T better planes are insufficient. had an important bearing on the or 3.2 percent, had moved Development Mission to Ghana -versity at Tallahassee.Miss the Mt. Pleasant Methodist worship at 3 p.m., Mrs. Cora
I between states. In additionto Mildred Williams of Roberson of Gainesville, will
amount of funds needed for develop- to the post iof deputy director Church will conduct a joint service -
The above statement by Representative these persons who moved Tampa, passed through the city also be the principal speaker.
:
of that mission at the Free Cannan Metho-
ment of the RS70 if was an-
had
they been
within the United States, Today at 8 there will
route to visit at p.m.
) Rivers adds to the confusionof nounced this wex'k by David E. yesterday' en dist Church at Earlton, Sunday,
available to members of the House at about 0.6 percent of the 1961 Edward Waters College at Jack. be a three-state contest and
the public in the light of President Bell Aid Administrator. March 15, at 3 p.m. Rev. Robert
the time. The population had been living sonville. also a city-wide and
additional funds program;
were A veteran of 3C' in Dell, E. M. Bucklin
pub pastor; re
Johnson's announcement of the new ." years
aborad in 1960. tomorrow
at 3 the choirs
i ,
I 4 .- voted. But would they have been if lie service, Finder was born in Mrs. Ann Jenkins returned porter. p.m.
used these will
Educators have
long distance supersonic interceptor present a program from
all the facts were known? What about the Key West, in 1*ago He receivedhis here yesterday from Washington
statistics to illustrate Evinston.All .
I plane that is nearing the end of its B.S.A. degre from FloridaA D. C., where she was called NEWBERRY NEWS
the next time Representative Rivers need for a revision of our women are asked to
flight tests. and M. University in 1933, because of business. YOUTH: DAY pay
stands in the House and concept of education. There their $5 before Sunday. Rev.
up says, "I and did post graduate work in LeRoy Dorman, .of Jacksonville Youth Day will be observed
: Was Representative Rivers not can tell you more about airplanesthan really is no such thing todayas Americans agricultural economics at Cornell a former citizen here was at the Mt. Zora Baptist Church W. J. Perry, pastor; Miss E.
the that M.
c aware of the new plane as recentlyPopularizin a show dog can jump over"? "community"of University in 1951 and 1952. visiting here on yesterday.Mrs. during the day Sunday. Rev. Vernice Perry, acting pastor; Mrs.
; bygone genera- Butler, reporter.
He is former iaum! in Susie F. Williams and Robert
tions meant when they used a agent LeRoy Thompson, pastor;
son, Jim, of Miami, were flown -
the word. The out-migration of Alachua County from 1933 until Williams, reporter.
the $2 Bill here on a brief visit and outing SPECIAL NOTICE
g high school graduates has 1941.He
with friends and relatives
been a constant feature of served as assih:tant cooper- yes- WILLISTON NEWS The 5th Ministers, Deacons,

The attempt of the U. S. Treasury in World War II when it was the only American small town and ative specialist;.. agriculturist terday. WOMEN'S DAY Laymen's and Woman's Union
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I to popularize the $2 bill probably is denomination Nazi Germany didn't rural life since about 1900. | and_agricultural economist_in Miss Helen Glass of Tampa, Women's Day will be observ- meeting will be held at the Mt.

counterfeit. This was especially true in Olive Primitive Baptist Churchon
sensible, but who said people are sensible the South. The flight from March 12 at 8 p.m.
TOPE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT
? the small farms and towns in During this meeting there will

i Some persons avoid $2 bills be- Dixie began in the 1920s, -- be the election of officers.

cause they might mistakenly give it and it has continued ever The contestants are: Miss Patricia

It won't be the first time the gov- out in change instead of a $1 bill. since.- Gaps in Tax Cut Boost Dunn and Miss Brenda

ernment has tried to take the curse Regardless of the fact that they are The wheel has served as a Norman.

off $2 bills. The attempt always has mighty mover of personsa ,
4 likely to get a $2 bill as to one, they CHORAL
Pied Piper on a vast scale. ANNIVERSARY \
DAVID LAmlENCEWASHINGTON tax cut business and fi-
failed and this effort will be a good By ed as "quickie" tax measures on
clip the corners of any $2 bill in their The choral group of Lodge J
taken on the spur of the moment nance. Investment in new
test as to whether superstition is as This DESPITE THIS have .Many an No. 113 will celebrate
possession. really does make it we "to meet a temporaryor plant and equipment to meet its 1st
I dead as we like to think it is. bad luck because it can lead to the seen much of the community individual doesn't look farther passing situation." He feels new demands arising from anniversary on Monday, March

penitentiary. education in curriculum, in ahead than a few weeks or justified apparently in describing consumer spending can be 16, at 8 p.m. at the Mt. Moriah

There isn't even any very good vocational opportunities, and months. The politicla, therefore them as broadgaugedlaws readily predicted as likely to Baptist Church. Rev. L. A. Till- _,
in inspiration continue to educate think only i& termsof man pastor; Charlie
Ross
designed to have lasting rise but the benefits be
: reason why a man with a $2 bill can Others have felt that they mightbe for the economic structure what the popular mood will effects. But he fails to give negated, if rates can start president; Mrs. P.. L. Scott re
wage
,
q expect to be considered a bad insur- suspected of selling their vote if of the community. In a be at the time of this: year's equal attention to the factorsin running away and wage costs porter.

ance risk. Shortly after the $2 bill they were found in possession of a majority of Communities the elections. But businesic has to the national economy which are materially augmented.The -

was invented during the Civil War, $2 bill, that having been the market only vocational school is devoted do long-range plannh U. Government have made previous tax rates undersecretary is en- NOTICE
to agriculture, althoughnot ought to do .so, too, "too high for healthy economic There will be both a fish fry
gamblers began trembling and turn- of thusiastic in his belief that the
price votes in
1880. This
).. implica- more than one of 12 boys but somehow avoids Jt. growth." and Talent Program at the New
ing white when they hauled in a pot tion need be feared no longer. Politicians and girls will take it up as new tax laws "have already Salem Baptist Church on Saturday
This is why a 12,000-vrord ad- What Is overlooked is that provided an important psychological -
; containing a $2 bill. On the other now pay for votes out of the a career. at 8 p.m. Rev. C. J. Johnson
ress by Henry H. Fowler, Un- tax rates by themselves are thrust" but adds
hand one of the most common users public funds, not out of their pockets. The need today is for education dersecretary of the Treasury, not the primary reason for realistically that "a healthy pastor; Mrs. Ruth A. Ram

; of the $2 bill is the horse race gam- that will prepare, technically delivered here the otrn!r dayto economic troubles. High tax economic recovery and growth sey P. ,L.program chairman; Mrs.

i bler. The treasury argues that most and culturally, a the annual conference of rates in business are not hardto depends heavily upon the Scott reporter.

small purchases young American to work the Tax Executives Institute: take if the volume of salesis confidence, initiative, Incentive -
now exceed a dollar czxczc Gloria ten
Then there are those who fear and therefore anywhere in his nation or deserves attention as perhapsthe substantially increased or optimism and industry of wed colored
.; counterfeiters that the $2 bill is a abroad. Yet, we see commun- most comprehensive defense the profit margin is moved up the private citizen and the NOTICE nws
will alter a $2 bill so useful kind of Our of the admlnistr ntion's .
currency. beliefis iu.s continue to oppose consolidation considerably, thus permittingwage private business sector.
that it looks like a $20 bill. Logically that any kind of currency is use- of schools, preferring tax policies that has yut been increases as productivitis A lack of "confidence" unfortunately The Pallbearers Lodge No. ;

this might be a reason for not taking ful but even in our enlightened statewe to keep some hopelessly made by anyone. improved. ensues, however 54 meet, pride at the of Gainesville, will :

$20 bills, but a $2 bill obviously is one prefer currency in other denominations small high school, which Mr. Fowler says that "new Perhaps most salutary is when the administration, in place tomorrow regular at 8 meeting t'
that hasn't been raised. The cannot possibly educ ate currents that have emerged the undersecretary's statements the midst of its new-found affinity p.m. Fted
greatest like $100 or $1,000, for in. their young people, merely in the last two years mnrk a that the administration for private business, Alexander, president; Mrs. Ella

; popularity of the $2 bill probably was stance.I because "We love our little turning point in natiomul tax in proposing tax changes real- comes out, as it did recently, Drayton, reporter.

school," or "It is an asset to policy." He sees this as a ized that national growth in favor of double pay for I'

'" our merchant*_'* stimulous to the "privat I en- cannot be achieved "by a overtime and, except for token qbitttatie
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It Is this same revolutionof the role of the government spending well beyond the necessities penditures-which are designed -
Voice of the wheel that has
the People spreadthe "in promoting maximum of mounting defense to make headlinesdoesnot ED HINES
best and the worst of us
employment, production and space costs." But by the substantially cut the $5 Ed Hines
of
= 1354
the nation. Talent training SE
over 1st
and purchasing power" as a same token, it may be said by billion deficit for next year. Terrace died
and ambition ride buses Tuesday
I -: sequel to the Employment( way of warning that financial Already the total deficits accumulated at Alachua morning
On The Sun's trains and automo- General Hospital following -
; = Opinion Page -- planes of 1946. stability will not be achievedby in five out of the brief
biles. So do ignorance, lack a Illness. Mr. Hines
The undersecretary riders continuous deficits and bya last six years amount to $31.7 has
Opinions and comments of Sun M.J.n ..r..Ic.... fit the Voice of the '..... column.. Lette.. of skills, and the motivationof casually to "the defects thatremain. refusal to face up to the billion. How long can "condence" !!- lived in Gainesville for a
b. litneel cud be.r th. great number of
must writer' .4dr.lI. Names "moving on" in searchof
will b withheld I If *' years.
r.qu.sted. A lifter He real causes of inlation, last and the
.heu' -
exceed 500 words and quotes approvingly purchasing -
not t ...
must Funeral
written
> on nfr side of th. ,. field.
arrangements will
POPS Poetry ..... 1. a greener be
c. "H. Tho them the and
the utterance of of the dollar
Sun reserves the ri*" to "ltrt "y lttttr to eorten it. _ithout from :? among wage power be
'at.nt. Changing the writer'i .......i.. announced by Hughes Chestnut -
price
; the late President Kennedyand spirals. kept from further declines if
IT HAS BEEN the wheel Funeral Home.
Almost attention Is
President Johnson concerning no givenin government spendlng-
:. Experience draft smoking mechanism.by adjustment I considered of the The Fire Marshall providedme that has created the huge their "conscienUlous this admirable address by largely for political reasons- j jI
of the Eastern cities -
: Justifies Code the incident closed. with a list of the licensed ghettos and white. Thisis and earnest attempts to reduce Mr. Fowler to rasthods of continues and labor leaders VIRGIL S. SMITH :

( firms competent to install -Negro government expendi achieving price stability and threaten big strikes unless Virgil S. Smith of 321 NW 8th

EDITOR Sun: I can understand However, an hour later the the burner properly and by tions why of the segregated cost of practicesis genera tures." steadiness In wage adjust- wage increases are granted in Ave., died Monday afternoon at
I 0 b rver's fears City Fire Marshall called to Mr. Fowler would like ito ments. The federal govern- this year of supposed afflu- the Alachua General Hospital
s e nghtfall
I had safe being paid nationally.In .
a
about the Emergencies Section inspect the furnace, an old heating now have the public believe tha't ment for political reasons ence? These are the unanswered I following a lingering illness. Mr.
of the cities the de
4 of the proposed Gaines- coal burning one which had system.I some the new tax law and t'fie avoids this kind of discussion, questions in the ad- Smith was a pioneer citizen of

ville Housing Code. Those who been converted for oil heat. believe that the Emergencies facto has caused, geographic those in segregation a hurryto changes enacted in 1962 *n but it is the largest single ministration's jubilant analysis Gainesville and a member of the
The marshall found that the depreciation allowances ibr factor in forecasting accurately of an
attended the City Commission section of the burden economy "stimulated" Mt. Pleasant M. E. Church.
: hearing on the code may remember oil burner had been installed Gainesville the proposed Code schools place and educators. on It corporations were not intend- the long-range effects of the by a tax cut Funeral arrangements will be

r incorrectly. and ordered it removed Housing announced by Hughes Chestnut
that Winn also -
Mayor would does not rightly belong there.In
from the house immed- cover situations such as Funeral Home.
r said that he had some I.have those cities the basic problem POTOMAC FEVERBy
iately. In fact, he consideredthe described. However, If
questions about the paragraph. the is housing not educa
burner so dangerous that City Commission, in its
have been in favor of the .
; .rI he carried it into the wisdom, should consider that
yard. tion.Failure Fletcher* Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau
'-1 Inclusion of the provision for the Emergencies paragraph to comprehend that The only reason a great

':_ handling emergency situations Although the furnace had might give too much authority our population is mobile-and New Hampshire folks are great on gadgets. A lot of them made enough out many American families don't

: : because of a personal expert been the only source of heat to a building official, I believe that it continues to be so- ..of Rockefeller and Goldwiater to go out and buy specialty pens that write own an elephant is that they

t -lence. in that large house on that 20 the section .could be shackles us to an old and no nothing but Henry Cabot Lodge. never have been offered an

:: Some years ago I lived temporarily degree day I did not question omitted without seriously longer existent image of an ,. -- elephant for $1 down and $1 a

I =:: in a frame, rented whether the Fire Marshall had weakening the code. I have America that has changed.The With LBJ appointing s'-> many women to high government posts, the new administration week. (Lacgford S. D. Bugle)
t bouse in ,another city. One acted arbitrarily or whether I is that all
enough confidence in our city great danger slogan is: "Speak softly and carry a big lipstick."
= morning upon opening the could appeal his decision. I employees and the Fire Department of us tend to prefer the comfortable -- .

::. door to the basement I faced considered him an expert and and the familiar and It's a great A is
to believe that they year. sptice man running for senator, a woman is running for Prudent hostesses now are
::.: clouds of black smoke. The was glad that city had procedures would make every effort to close our eyes to the fact the president and, miracle of science, goldwater is running uphill. replacing dainty china ash ,

= JTire Department, responding for protecting promptly have dangerous housing situa- world moves on. -- trays with stone and steel receptacles .;

-= guickly to my call, discoveredDO my life and personal property.The tions corrected promptly. But it does. And the wheelis Congressmen seek to rrrise their pay to $32,500. Well, if we're going to have a that win resist the h
outside
fire the furnace. landlord also appreciatedthe one of the big movers and war on poverty, we sure 4 n't want our warriors going around looking ragged smart rap of a pipe. (Champaign -

f =-: The firemen stopped the city'a action. NAME WITHHELD shaker and seedy."S.. Urbana, DL, Courier) J


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Cigarettes Kill One Out of Five' I


If)' Keuv Dark'-Simta' be diverted to cancer research retU industry spends 5 per FASSON BROS.I
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"to destroy the killer at our "
ALBANY, N.Y. Cigarette N. Y. ReportIs throats." cent.
fcnoking was the principal kill- I "Our approach should be to
I'\ er of one of every five male The committee report also regulate cigarette advertisingwhile PRICES GOOD
New AlarmingSenator called for legislation requiring CUT RATE
Ii Yorkers between 45 and labels promoting an anti-smok Thru MAR. IS, 64 LIQUOR STORE '
. ported.65 who died last year, it is re- warning on the cigarettes smoker that packages"ex- ing program," the report con Thru MAR. 18, 64

The figure Speno, who once had cessive use is dangerous to cluded.
was cited by the
state cancer himself, "if the publicis health."
senates Special Committee information.? "Furniture Hut's A Joy WHERE
given enough
on Smoking and Health as The committee's report sharply To Live With"
'I' proof that the cigarette was re Senator Speno called for research criticized the tobacco indus-
sponsible for the "mass mur by cigarette companiesto try's advertising practices. WALKERFURNITURE
der" of heavy smokers. The develop a "naTESS*?* ciga- "Most industries spend approximately LIQUOR COSTS LESS
J committee said this was the rette. 1 per cent of their STOREU
finding of cancer researchers sales on advertising," the com- NW Stk A we. n. ns.4UI
.:J at the Roswell Park Memorial He also proposed doubling of mittee said, "while the ciga-, w. Ftniae. What r. ...
j Institute in Buffalo. the 5-cent stale tax on cigarettesto 16 MILES WEST OF GAINESVILLE ON STATE ROAD 26 7
j Deaths from lung cancer, cardiovasclar raise money for cancer research Our Gracious Host L Drive West from Gainesville on Newberry Road. Continue straight thru Newberry for 3/2 miles on SR 26
and to provide more DINNER SPECIAL
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state aid to public schools.
\ sease'that constituted the 20 per BUY-YOUR-WHISKEY-BY-THE-CASE-AND-SAVE
,1 centof New York State deaths The 5-cent increase, he said,
'I were "principally caused by would bring the state $127 mil- JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP 58TOMORROW'S c
cigarette smoking," according lion more in revenue. About $25
| to Dr. Morton L. Levin, chief or million of this, he said, could with Tartar Sauce ANTIQUE O.F.C.
i Roswell Park's Department of DEWAR'SWHITE
Epidemiology. Complete Luncheon KENTUCKY IMPORTED
"More citizens of this state BOURBON LABELSCOTCH J
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cancer than by automobile acci- & 6 Years Old -
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The committee, headed by 5 79
Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea 10955995th
Senator Edward J. Speno of Am I gladthat Is Always FREE
Nassau County, called for a i
I "declaration of war against the I found out in time that an' -P

cigarette."The war" will be won," said independent Difference in agent insurance makes! His The con Big TCAFETERIA Seagram's I.I W. HARPER CALVERT
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li l Cyprus Stud ents in Anti-U.S. Protest I ,


Let Us SAVE ItFor -

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- r NICOSIA, Cyprus (API' )- the troops massed in the area After a three-day battle in the] "It is regrettable, however," -,

11 f About 10,000 Greek Cypriot students Turkish Fleet Moves I about 100 miles from Cyprus I west coast town of Ktima, the I.Makarios added, "that Turkish You

P 1 surged through Nicosia ; were aboard. Makarios government an- :extremists are deliberately cre-
I'St I I. today shouting slogans against Similar moves by the Turkish nounced its forces had overwhelmed 'ating incidents by armed action, -or- :

I I Britain and the United States. Appeal Made to UNseas fleet since fighting erupted between Turkish Cypriots aftera I endangering: public safety and
j the two Cypriot factions day-long battle in the southwest I causing friction." LEND It To You !
The youths converged on the last December have been described ,village of Mallia. I
,;I passing car of the British high as "routine exercises." II
i commissioner Sir Arthur Clarke north of Cyprus as the Turkish naval units steamedout Vice President Fazil Kuchuk, Sporadic shooting continued in I Cyprus Talks
and banged on the doors. Older Greek Cypriot government of I of Iskenderun Tuesday, des- leader of the Turkish Cypriot Ktima as Greek and Turkish
,l I students and police stepped in President Makarios kept up I tination unknown. Turkish authorities -minority, appealed to U.N. Sec Cypriot officials met to try to MOSCOW (AP) Premier
and cleared a path for the car. pressure on the Turkish Cypriot I did not say how many shore up the shaky cease-fire Khrushchev received acting ,'-N.
U. Thant to dispatch -
Turkish warships took to the minority in this island republic.! vessels left, nor whether any of retary-General a U.N. force quickly that halted fighting there Mon Foreign Minister Andrias Arau-
i peace day. zos of Cyprus Tuesday and discussed -
his 4 .
to Cyprus to save people -
the Cyprus crisis with .
from "annihilation" by Greek Makarios replied Tuesday -

I Plaque Honors ExplorerAt Cypriots. night to an appeal by Thant for him.This was announced by the ,P.--...

Kuchuk also wired appeals to an end to bloodshed with assur- government news agency Tass, ..RR Csr; 11rw .
the foreign ministers of Britain, ances that "every effort is be- which said the conference took
Greece and Turkey-the three ing made to exercise maximum place at Khrushchev's vacation
Kennedy Space Center nations that guarantee the inde- restraint to avoid any act which villa on the Black Sea. It was
pendence of Cyprus under the might worsen the situation in the first public announcementthat
1962 treaty. Cyprus." Khrushchev is vacationing.
WASHINGTON (AP) -' delivered by his special as- frontier had begun to run perpendicular -
A plaque marking the point of sistant, Jack Valenti, expressedthe to the Earth, but on-
Amerigo Vespucci's discovery of nation's thanks "to Ameri- ly for a short distance at that.
North America will be part of cans of Italian descent for the "In the course of his brief Kinney has a double-header this Easter a man.or boy won't want to miss. 1.&OQ\t\'t\
the John F. Kennedy Space unique landmark memorial tab- presidency he gave thrust to the
Center at Cape Kennedy, site let which they have presentedto reach of discovery into the far Why? Because once you square off in Cubes your batting average will soar D. ja P

from which modern voyages of the John F. Kennedy Space reaches of outer space." whatever game you're playing. Same goes for this moccasin style. Rich

exploration will depart for the Center." The tablet, 20 inches high and leather exterior skilled craftsmanship.What's more Kinney's doesn't pitch 1ito .e1.s
moon. 28 inches wide, as pictures of
"Amerigo Vespucci, whose Vespucci and Kennedy embed- you a slow curve on price.
The plaque, presented Mondayto name all of us bear in our iden ded in plastic on either side. Cube style at $8.99 Moccasin style at $9.99
James E. Webb, administrator tity as Americans, was born 509 "He (Vespucci) was the first
of the National Aeronauticsand years before the death of JohnF. discoverer of the
Space Administration, is be- Kennedy, yet in spirit and isphere mainland Western," the tablet Hem- Lead off with Raleigh Square 4. .-
ing prepared for shipment to deed they were contemporaries' -notes. -
Cape Kennedy where it will go Johnson said. "On his third voyage in 1501-

on display until the center, now He added: "In Vespucci's day 1502, Vespucci was the first to -
under construction, is court the frontier ran parallel to the sight Cape Canaveral, Fla., renamed -

t pleted. Earth, and for only a short distance in 1963 as Cape Kennedy &
',I At a ceremony on the anniver- at that. But by the time in everlasting memory of the b-- Look
sary of Vespucci's birth, formerU. he sailed his last voyage of dis- 35th president of the United
S. Rep. Alfred E. Santangelo, covery and drew his last map, States of America." to us for.FINANCING .
New York state president of the he had made plain a revoltionary Beneath the inscription is the
Federation of Italian-American truth: That a very new notation that the plaque was pre- 1 !:
Democratic Organizations, made world and not the coast of Asia sented "on behalf of the com-
the presentation. lay due west of Europe."In munity of 21,000,000 Americansof
President Johnson in a mesr John Kennedy's day, the Italian origin."



U. S. Ousts Foster Mother Voters DefeatOpen .

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Guilty of Baby's DeathTAMPA ,HousingSEATTLE Wash. (APVoters 3.. .

(AP-A petite Polish ment contended that the biting rejected Tuesday a controversial .. .
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foster mother, adjudged guiltyof and choking inflicted pain se- open housing ordinancethat ___________ -
manslaughter in the death of vere enough to cause the childto would have made racial
her adopted baby nearly four vomit, then choke on curdled and religious discrimination in E
years ago, leaves today enroute milk. the sale or rental of dwellings \
home to her mother in Ger- But Bie, who defended Mrs. illegal.

many. Fritsch, claimed she was exer-
The defeated
measure was bya
Mrs. Isle Petrushka Urban cising the baby in front of a tele- i
two-to-one thecity's
margin during 2if
Fritsch, 36, was placed on five vision set when the child choked.He i
general election. The vote
years probation Tuesday on con- said she blacked out when
was 112,448 against to 53,453.
dition that she stay out of the she realized the child was dead, 4'
United States.A and bit and choked the baby Backers of the ordinance indi- Sk
deputy marshal will drive without knowing what she was cated the battle had just begun. r AMOUNT 12 MONTHLY
her to Sunnypoint, near Wilmington doing.A One Negro pastor said: "I think ( X y TO FINANCE PAYMENTS ONLY
N.C., where on Fridayshe federal jury failed to reacha we're in for a long, hot sum- Y '
f will board the Syllum, a verdict in the manslaughtercase mer." \ $ 200.00 $ 17.91 :
steamship bound for Germany. and a mistrial was de- 300.00 26.94 -
Mrs. Fritsch, who has been in clared last October. -. 600.00 53.80
AVERAGE AMERICAN IN
federal custody since "October, Mrs. Fritsch, who said she last COME .. vr) 4J 1000.00 ; ":T. 89.79 :-..
District
1960, went before U.S. saw her mother in 1958, came I : 1500.00 134.55 ,
1 Court Judge Albert Reeves to this country after marrying The average income of Amer-
.
Tuesday, accompanied by her an American airman. She was ican families rose to $7,140 in
l attorney, Norman Bie of Clear- later divorced and married 1962 from $6,920 in 1961. In 1947it .
water, and changed her plea Fritsch. was $4,130.An .
from innocent to nob conten- easy way to increase your KiAtIt
dere (no contest). Asked what she would do when family income is by selling {
18 MONTHLY 24 MONTHLY
she rejoins her mother in Ger-
Mrs. Fritsch was charged with Make a list then phone 372-8441 -_
PAYMENTS ONLY PAYMENTS ONLY
murder after her former hus- many, Mrs. Fritsch replied: "I things you aren't using with the
band, Sgt. Joseph Christian would like" to go back into Gainesville Sun Classified Ads. {Similar styles for_boys from_ _$5.99! Gainesville Shopping Center $12.44 :- .

Fri h Jr.. found their 18-month nursing. to place your ad. -
18.56 14.56 .
old adopted son dead in thecouple's i .
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apartment at MacDill 37.30 29.11 :

Air Force Base. The charge was 62.17 48.51 .':,

later Mrs.biting reduced Fritsch and choking to was manslaughter.the accused child of to THE OLD 'GUARD CAN OUTSPEND THE PEOPLE 93.25. 72.76 ---


t death. -.


was She confined was to ruled for stand 2V4 mentally trial years and incompetent in- BUT IT CAN'T OUTVOTE THE PEOPLE!


St Elizabeth's Hospital Wash- .
ington, D.C., where she under- Includes

went psychiatric treatment. She CREDIT LIFE and DOCUMENTARY STAMPS-
was declared competent last THE OLD GUARD IS SPENDING
+f year. THOUSANDS $ $ $ Lower 36 Month Rate on New Car Loam

During the trial, the govern-
To Promote Its Puppet Candidates '
ONE STOP BANKING SERVICE! -

PeopleIn To Run Its Fancy Headquarters With Full-Time Staff
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the News To Print Its Slick Pamphlets and Broadcast Its Propaganda -

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Anthony LOS ANGELES Fay,. 31,(AP adopted) Dion son To Try To Confuse You With Rumors, Twisted Figures, and NamecallingYOU \I

I of comedian Frank Fay, wasn't .
I left anything in Fay's will but t tit
he's going to get $43,153 from CAN MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT MORE THAN OLD GUARD MONEY
the estate. i
Superior Court of Los Angeles .*
ordered Tuesday in CERWG!
l so approving 'HANlCALWAYS
the final accounting of WINN BUTT t'
Fay's executor. ELECT AND TO 3
Fay, who died in 1961, had --
willed his estate to a hospital -
i ir
i and a church. The estate )
estimated at $216,869, but taxes, / PROTECT YOUR RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD AGAINST THE CREEPING BLIGHT OF FILLING, i :.," :
debts and legal expenses reduced STATIONS :
it to $93,153. .r t
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i / OVERSEE THE FRUGAL-SPENDING OF YOUR BOND ISSUE DOLLARS AS YOU INTENDED ,.
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LOS ANGELES (AP-Singer) : / CONDUCT PUBLIC BUSINESS OUT IN THE OPEN .
sued
has
Mel Tonne singer w I
Judy Garland for 22500. / MAKE ALL DEPARTMENTS OF CITY GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBLE TO YOUR ELECTED COMMISSION I
His complaint, filed in Los An- .
geles, said she owes him that 1. WELCOME 1.JitITJ J

much on his contract as vocal / CONTINUE THE PRESENT MAJORITY'S PLANNING FOR A COMMUNITY ATTRACTIVE TO GOOD
arranger of her television show
INDUSTRY

NEW YORK (AP) Robert


Moses York World's chain, director to Faire remove of asked the a a huge New grocery < LET YOUR VOTE DECIDE GAINESVILLE'S FUTURE L l )

sign advertising its bakery wia.+us rti owe f
wares because, he said, it was \
so close to the fairgrounds it J
looked like a part of the fair. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT '

The Moses company ordered refused.So a frame. 10 RE-ELECT BYRON I M. WINN JR. ELECT ARNOLD F. BUTTCITY INSURANCE CORPORATION

feet high and 150 feet long, erected ,, .. ..
alongside a highway at the
1 edge of the fairgrounds. It will
with ELECTION TUESDAY MARCH 17th '!riil'Y'"r
be strung pennants. -' ,
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And, it'll hide the grocerysage -l -

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J I 8 Gainesville! Sun Wednesday, March 11, IY64r .
.J. I five a'''
I Meat Pushed in House generous foreign share meat of the shippers American,
I n, Import Bills I market. I I

)i I Other Florida House memberswho
If I WASHINGTON (AP) More IWool Growers Association and'produced from Florida cattle," support and other federal farm, it.'t':
I than 40 House members introduced I many regional associations in- Herlong said. I programs and it is my under-,. introduced bills identical tolHerlong's I I :Sun
today identical bills to re- Cattle is one of Florida's big- were Democratic Representatives I
v cluding the Florida Cattlemen'sAssociation. standing they intend to continue
I strict imports of meat to the average gest industries and anything that, ii'ii'I Bob Sikes Paul G. t
I' 'I, of the last five years. :has an adverse effect on the industry -I to do so. But they have been Rogers, James A. Haley, D. R. !
\1 Rep. A. Sydney Herlong Jr., "Florida beef has been bearingthe adversely affects the forced to seek protection from I
and Don
(Billy) Matthews Fuqua -
.J I D-Fla., said in a statement that brunt of the battle against i whole state, he said. the alarmingly increasing inflow!
;.t I his bill and the others have the foreign imports, since the gradeof "Our Florida cattlemen, and of cheaply-produced foreign i and Republican Reps. Ed-j I : I Ii'
support of the American Cattle- beef imported compete more the livestock raisers of the en- meat,",Herlong said. I'ward J. Gurney and William!''I
I'J i men's Association, the National directly with the grade of beef tire country, have avoided price He said his bill continues to C. Cromer. i

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? Is a Feud .t; .I. -. .::1 ri-.t. .p.;: #" '.0 _._ ,-, .... -ie,;)
Smoldering :a[" '. !.... "?-.;/ '' :' ii. .r. '.'! !.. ... J.1 \I;:

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f i is Between Johnson, Bobby? SPECIAL LIMiTED-TIME.!


I' WASHINGTON (AP) Som< at a junior high school, that week, when he said he wantedto BASKET
J'j '
administration sources sought "I'm not going to remain as at- discourage write-in efforts in
today to softpedal talk of a torney general after Novem his behalf. He did not eliminate fpM OUS FREE

'\ smoldering political feud be- ber." An aide said later that I himself as a potential candi- of TIDE! ,

tween President Johnson and Kennedy did not mean to fix date. ..

I Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy.One .I November as a deadline for re i McDuff gives you enough Tide to do your
MORTGAGE MONEY laundry for a whole year plus a deluxe ;;:
White House official on signing. I i I TERMS 5Vi%TO INTEREST 25 YEARSBUYBUILDREFINANCE I laundry basket all free of extra charge ..
insisted Although there has been Ken-:; with any Norge washer during this Sole! :
that relations between nedy-for-vice president talk for!: CALL
i
t': the past three months, the at-! DAN BYRD
I Johnson and Kennedy are excellent torney general said nothing sub-I} 825 PH.N.W. 13th STREET I New 14-lb.
FR
I stantive on the subject until last: 2-2511 I capacity washer-dryer !

Others, however
insisted ..
there has long been personal -
friction between the two and Kids- I
Hey .
that ... .
p strained relations by organized were efforts further to Here's chance to sell .. ,.
your
garner vice presidential votes j
for Kennedy in Tuesday's New what you don't need buy "H- I3 ...
I, Hampshire primary. what you do need or make Norge

I Although Johnson outpolled a trade for something you want. I

Kennedy in New Hampshire,
and the attorney general acted I Ii '"

last week to discourage efforts I ** -
I i ** ig3E3Sfe23ss*
'. in his behalf, the write-in drive _
for Kennedy certainly was an WPLBUM r.. WASHER and DRYER
embarrassment to both
men- FOR ONE WEEKFREE ti tiKIDS
and helped inspire talk of a par- ..
ty feud. u.

In view of this, it seemed like- qJ
ly .that some concerted effort F WANT AD 1 / / / ..-.
would be made by the adminis- y DURING ,I. 1
tration to promote Democratic NATIONAL .aiIfTIiii ii. ..
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harmony and scoff at reports off ',, WANT AO MONTH .M.
a rift ...
I 11 STARTING MARCH 8 ,, ..I'.
In fact, the official who characterized ..:., t))
Johnson-Kennedy relations \ All kids 15 years and younger. ....
(I as excellent appeared to pJf \ Ads will run as many days as' ta -NI, ,,
be speaking for the White possible during NW A, all will ex- A :
House, although he declined to pire on Saturday. March H. .=:: ..
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be quoted by name. W Ads will be printed as written- ....'.."' ..
unless is for
It has often been said that re-wording necessary -
I I Johnson has been cool to Ken- yI clarity. .
nedy for the past three years No phone orders. Ads must be O
j because Kennedy allegedly opposed mailed or brought in.'A
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selection of the Texan as I' Be sure to include your addressor
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the 1960 Democratic vice presidential phone number in the ad. o
nominee. I I
Offer Good For One Week Only
J One man in a position to know
I said opinion on the choice of i F h _
I I Johson was sharply divided,! r.ti .
but tijat Robert Kennedy argu l ryy. 4 n
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ed for Johnson because of the r "', 0 '
I Southern support he was expected ._ I :
to bring to the ticket headed /
I by John F. Kennedy. !

I Another insider, while expressing S iit MAIL TO
this subject YOU CAN WAf- '
no opinion on
KIDS WANT AD
supported the view that II AND DRY
I ; there is no warmth in the John- l1E P. O. BOX 57
son-Robert Kennedy relationship -
He said the President act GAINESVILLE(1thnezUf11E 28
ed with great reluctance in
tr I sending the attorney general on to

1 his recent peacemaking mission OF CLOTHES..:'ALL AT
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j in Indonesia and Malaysia. He .. I
I said Johnson apparently did not THE SAME TIME... t
1 want to give Kennedy a build-
1 I up as a potential running mate. Sun

1 Kennedy has said nothing
F about his 1964 political intentions <
I if CLASSIFIED DEPT.WHO'S .
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I Read, this letter to Edwin H. Andrews from a fellow physician ;c .N", '.. 1..

; ) with 40 years practice in Gainesville. I u., .. s-


i J Dear Edwin: 2 Door Combination ). :

} Your announcement to run for re-election to the City Commission -.. ..
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1 pleased me greatly. As you know, I do not) usually involve myself in city 4

politics, but the present situation is such that I wont you and all of my d :n, Automatic Defrost Refrigerator_ : .

friends to know that you have my wholehearted support. 1 .' ., 'c 11111 -- .

s1 This commitment to you is not lightly given since it stems from a ;.' Separate Zero Degree Freezer _-- : -r

lifetime of work and friendship with you. Both of us have spent most of our .r ..

lives working together in Gainesville and knowing you as I do. I am cer- i ab hilt LOADED WITH FEATURES !

tain that you will continue to serve us with dignity, fairness and independ- :
ence. I tI r' :. ,+.L .> ; Spacious Deep Door Shelves McDuff's Special
Cheese Butter Conditioner :
LOW LOW PRICE
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Enclosed herewith you will find a small contribution to qssist you in Full Width Porcelain Crisper :

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campaign expenses.
your :
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With best personal wishes
Separate Zero Degree Freezer :

Sincerely, 5 Year Guaranteed Unit "
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YOU NAME YOUR OWN TERMS! :
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W. C. Thomas Sr. M. D. 7323COmiCCD -
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NO \'CHARGE PLAN! :

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Re-elect I CORNER NORTH MAIN STREET & 12TH AVENUE : '.
Who Thinks FOR Himself i

EDWIN H. ANDREWS Instead of FROM A 1 I! Open Til 9 p.m. Phone 376-1296 Free Parking s I


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To City Commission I

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?; ._. 10 GftlnetvIIte.Sun Wednesday, March ,11. 1964


f(I 1I -i I Camellia S Phi E Awards Trophiesf ui oin 0 ( ED f n RnO Plans are Thomas announced today Paulling- .


1 : __; for the wedding of Miss Florence -
tir Society Thomas to Theodore Levier !

Paulling Jr., son of T. L. .

I : a .Elects_ r ..,- I __ THE ninny f Y YRuth and Paulling Mrs.Sr.Ann, of Lathinghouse Hawthorne,

1 ; "a 4R
::J i } 4i f Paulling of Gainesville.The .

Weimer . Women Editor wedding will be an eventof
M. L. Shea 4 4y yP .
was named to
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Sunday, :March 15, at 3 p.m.,
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head the Gainesville Camellia J"' 'xa .. at the Hawthorne Methodist
;* SSPfcty! at a recent meeting ,
WomenTo Church. Rev. C. H. Sappington ,
)hJd at the Howard Junior University
Bishop i ..
... High School. will officiate.

:: Members entertained memo Attending the couple will be
o bers of their families for a &. Miss Dorothy Paulling sister of
:. hamburger supper preceding Hear Dr. Webb"Sleepy bridegroom, 'maid of honor,
w the business session. : : and T. L. Paulling Sr., best
., .,
V man. '
Other :
1 newly-elected officers
.. delude: .i Down South" is to be stitute of Health.He .
I Friends and relatives of the :.1. S.
/
: ... .. the theme of the UniversityWomen's is a Fellow in the American -
;:W. M. Harling Jr., first vice- / .._, ,'0 '.. Club's March meeting Psychological Associationand couple are invited to attend. Miss Florence Thomas
Resident; James Milam, second ., .
: ;;-:
4 with Dr. Wilse B. Webb as guest the Association for the Ad-
; vice-president Mrs. D. R.
y' Ezell, third vice ;- president; speaker at 3 p.m. Monday in the vancement of Science; past I PHT Banquet Is Planned I
.. Club.Completing.
.
Mrs. Ira Whitehurst; and Mrs. Faculty president of the Southern Soci-
: bon Hope, treasurer; and Joe the program will ety of Philosophy and Psychology I The University of Florida Engineering Officers will be elected at
:{: f x, director for a three-year< be a presentation of selectionsin and has been a member of the meeting.
"l w { keeping with the theme by the Florida Board of Professional Dames will meet tonight

.i..1 '11Irs.rm. Howell Janes presented the University Women's Club's Examiners in Psychology.The I at 8 o'clock, in the Flor- The "Pushing Hubby
w '
Choral Group. Mrs. E. Ruffin speaker came to the Uni- Through" banquet is slated for
tt program, which consisted Jack Giles, D.D.S., will pres-,
April 9. The cost will be $106
Jones is director.Dr. versity of Florida in 1958 after
: BJjslides of showing camellias.many new va- Webb, head professor of serving as head of the U. S. ent a program entitled "Pro-I per person and deadline for reservations -
:: gteties_ Diet and Tooth Care" .
the Department of Psychology I Naval Aviation Psychology Lab- per is March 16.ZALE'S
; : E Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Pictures from left to right for Phi Delta Theta frater- at the University of Florida oratory.For .
recently sponsored a Fund are, Al Schlechter, Heart nity, which collected $646.44, has done major research in the this event Mrs. Lamar
Brides' Raising Drive for the Alachua Fund Drive chairman; Miss and Mrs. Leon Lenderson, areas of learning and motivation Roberts and Mrs. W. F. Fagenare
': ; g County Health Division Chris Young, receiving the vice president of the Alachua and in the area of military chairman and cochairmanof R4 R :y ( Mi ,r
't 'I with sororities and fraternities trophy for Phi Mu sorority, County Heart Division psychology.For the Social Committee and
2 :EB00k: at the University of Flor. which collected $281.82; Char- For Fund Raising, who is re- the past three years, Dr. Mrs. Howard Miller is chair-
ida competing for trophies. lie Curry receiving the award ceiving the check. Webb has been.principal inves- man of the program committee.
tigator on two research grants

-j TODAY, March 11 Calendar Of EventsTODAY studying sleep and the nature awakening and for causesof the Virginia Boles ExtendsTO

Office of Scientific
f Tea Air Force
honoring Miss Anne Pur- ,
Research and the National In-
vis bride
a ,, elect of Billie Nu-
*" gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville !March 11 house, Newberry Road. a.m., Holiday Inn. >$ i
: ; 3:30 to 5:30 pjn., Mrs. N University City Bridge Club, Flower Show School, CourseIII Pilot Club, Luncheon Meeting, r _
( H. Scott and Mrs. William F. 7:45 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW 1001 NE 28th Avenue, 8 a.m., noon, Primrose Inn. Ag Club TeaIs EVERY ONE
15th Terrace. registraton, 9 a.m., flower show Cotillion EASTER SPECIAL
I Mosnier at the Scott home, 3333 Dance, Gainesville
i' NE 21st Avenue. Gainesville Chapter, DAR, 3 practice. Woman's Club, 8 to 10:30 p.m., Thursday tir MATCHLESS VALUE
p.m., Mrs. Raymond W. Black- Friends of the Library, Exec- Clubhouse, West University Ave- COLD WAVE t
THURSDAY, March 12 lock, 709 SW 27th Street. utive Board Meeting, 9:30 a.m., nue. The home of Mrs. J. R. Beck- (
wa International Relations Groupof Mrs. J. D. Winefordner, 1023 enbach, 2126 N. W. 11th Ave- DORMEYERPORTABLE
u Dinner feting Miss Anne Pur University Women's Club, 3 NE 21st Avenue.University Neighbor Nite nue, will be the scene of an afternoon f
vis, bride elect of Billie Nu- p.m., Mrs. H. W. Hutchison, 1711 of Florida Wom- tea for the UniversityAgricultural 150 iT\ MIXER!' (

gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson SW 43rd A v e n u e, Dr. Corbin en's Club, Neighbor Nite, 8 pjn., Set ThursdayMethods W 0 m e n's Club, '6)
e ville, Co!. and Mrs. F. C. My- Carnell, guest book reviewer. Clubhouse. Thursday.
'I ers, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. University Women's Club Colfax Rebekah Lodge 2, 8 used to change a Hours are from 3 to 5 p. m. Includes

Macdonald. Newcomers Bridge, 8 p.m., p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, 740 SE basic pattern with companion The Club's board will consti- $? $799
materials and various sewing tute the committee servingas
J Clubhouse West NewberryRoad. Second Avenue. '
t FRIDAY, March 13I Haircut Shampoo Just
Girl Scout District VI Birth- notions will be explained to hostesses with Mrs. Beck- SetEVENING
Luncheon feting Miss Anne Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club, 8 day Coffee, 10:30 to noon, Girl members Neighbor Nite Inter- enbach. This handsome automatic Dormeyer mixer is tight
Purvis, fiancee of Billie Nugent p.m., Mrs. Charles Durrance, Scout House, 1810 NW Eighth est Group of the University Wo HOURS easy to handle anywhere. Just push a button for 3
Nimnicht Jr. of JacksonvilleMrs. 2248 NW Fifth Place. Avenue. men's Club tomorrow night at Handy GadgetA I BY APPOINTMENTPHONE I CHARGE IT! full cleaning.power Don't speeds pass plus it beater up at this ejector price for! convenientOPEN

Walter H. Beisler. Arts and Science Dames, Mrs. Agriculture Dames, Mrs. 8.
wooden mallet is a handy
SATURDAY March 14 Harry R. Warfel, 1605 NW John Creighton, 900 NW 43rd Miss Trudy Thrash, repre- kitchen gadget; use it for flat- 372-1575 FRI.TIL.

: 14th Avenue, speaker: Mrs. Street, 8 p.m., Dr. Nancy Hess, sentative of the Singer Sewing ten i n g chicken breasts (for HOUSE of BEAUTY ..........
Coffee complimenting Miss Lewis Berner on "Arts andCrafts" 9 P.M.
I speaker. Machine Co., will be the guest Chicken Kiev) or for veal (for 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd.
Daidida Kopelowitz, bride-elect 8 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
p.m.Business Benefit Fashion Shows, luncheon speaker. I II Veal Scaloppine.)
of Victor Schneider, 10:30: ajn. Administration at 12:30 pjn., Dessert at 8
l until noon, Mrs. Mitchell Baum Dames, Mrs. Willard Stone, pjn., Panhellenic Associationand I
I stein, Mrs. M. I. R u d dermas 10 Clear Lake Drive. Motorcadewill Gainesville Woman's Club,
and Mrs. Gerald A. Rudderman, meet at the Century Tower Clubhouse, West University Ave-
hostesses at the B au mstein parking lot cfefelp.m.Education .
I home, 2009 NW 32nd Terrace. Dames, Mrs. Eu- nue.House Staff Wives Club, 8:30
gene Timmerman, 3458 NW p.m., Mrs. Richard Smith, 1704
Luncheon complimenting 11th Avenue, speaker: Dr. J. SW 8th Drive, Mrs. Leonard GRAND SWEEP't
.*. Miss Karen Owens, bride to- Hodges.Director of, P.,: K.Yong : Reaves, hostess; Mrs. Marjorie I
be Jof Robert R. Howe '12:30( ,'8-p.m. Butler, guest speaker. I

t p.m.Mrs.. W. C. Holland and Health Related Services FRIDAY, March 13
Mrs7 R. R. Beauchamp, at the Dames and University Col- Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 II
Ii fOrIPer's home 405 NW 29th lege Dames, Mrs. L. C. Hammer I
: Street. 3923 NW 36th Street, 8 (ADVERTISEMENT)

Luncheon honoring Miss Anne pjn., Charles Woods guest DRESS DESIGNER1 };; :>::;:tPd i<" ..' > .

Purvis: fiancee of Billie Nugent speaker.Pharmacy Dames, home of TELLS SECRET OF
Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, .
u Mrs. 0. Araujo, 1326 NE 12th HOLDING SHAPEThe ,
12:30 pjn. Mrs. R. M. Cham- I
-- Terrace, 8 p.m.THURSDAY I
berlin, Miss Linda Chamberlin, March 12 basic liner called Veri-
MrS Cecil Love and Miss Jo form I
League of Women Voters, 8 is the reason that famous
Net:Love, Holiday Inn. couterier designs hold
p.m., Mrs. J. Anthony Hum-
M G Dinner honoring Miss AnnePurvis phries, 3459 NW 12th Avenue.St. The their shape fully year lined after garment yearN!, f
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her fiance, and Billie Patrick's Woman's Club, 8 makes the difference be .:
}:" ;
Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jack p.m., Parish Hall. tween a rag or a lovely dress >
4( sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Daytime Bridge, UniversityWomen's in the second season. !IGilberg's
Club, 9:30 ajn., Club-
1 Powers. The House of
1,000 Fabrics, is always
III Luncheon honoring Miss Lu- looking for ways to help the .'$..S. %_::' .;i
cienne Pirenian, bride-elect of Select your newSPRING home sewer and they carry)
Robert William Decker of MiamI FABRICS the full line of basic liners)
', Shores, 12:30: pjn., Mrs. at in all weights and finishes.!
( Darrel J. Mase and her daughter See it now at your local
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By DREW MTODLETON 13th Pharmacy, 1522 13th St.-McCollum, 1324 E. University

PARIS A meeting of Communist -
;\ leaders headed by Pre-
mier Khrushchev to discuss the 1O GIANT THURS.
MARCH 12
worsening relations between the : ,
I Soviet and Chinese parties was Rexall GOLDFISH
forecast Tuesday night by Eastern A thru SAT., MARCH 21
- ,J' European sources. :'
The meeting SPECIAL :
I will be held in

i Analysis: Budapest next
What The month, these '
sources said.Khrushchev .
NewsMeans
is
expected to go
(")
to the Hungarian .
capital for C : '
J the anniversary celebrations of
the liberation of Hungary from 0

the Germans in 1945. Mater allY 2. fOliage urn IOfcffish and m 'n aquarium lrith
peclal low price pearko.. or chips at this
According to both Eastern Eu- -- chase of more purRexalf.
$1 00 }
ropean and W est era sources, DOll R Do.YSoSe{ any
e
i Khrushchev has been consulting As Advertised Nationally in NEWSPAPERS chandisa only mer- 2
.
Communist leaders throughoutthe
and RADIO and TELEVISION fish
Eastern European satellites on Food _
tOe
and Western Europe for two
weeks. The Soviet party, he is
believed to have told the other REXALL
parties, cannot continue to
maintain the p r e s e nt tenuous *&%gZ2 m ''S REXALL BLUEMOUTHWASH REXALt
relations with the Chinese Par- mst nun r/ > mmmm \
ty unless the Chinese show SEAMLESS 2 PERMANENT J T0rHoHS +
( some willingness to cooperate. '
One Eastern European source ,. PasrF
asserted that Khrushchev's pa- Ny Introducing NEW SILVER FAST for CRAY and WHITE 0 New oral antiseptic kills millions of .
pA1R Recuiu f
HAIR.Also the popular Regu w
tience wi t h the Chinese was ti odor-causing mouth terms In just 30seconds. Fluwtaa TUBES
i near the breaking point and ... Super and Little'Beautiful name .8 oz lf3SS r'Y'
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that some "grave aggravation"of REG. 69c ,1
the situation was imminent.He 'REXALL
hinted that the Soviet leader "BRILLIANT WHITE" .tE I : 0 .4
might be forced to take dras- BOXEDSTATIONERY 2 COOL BLUE
tic tion.and perhaps irreparable ac FOR CREAM

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Competent W est era sources DEODORANT .
and left wing Europeans with S3aagmgg3aMiWi5!

partisan interest in the quarrel writing paper Kith match pMERICAN-MADE 400 ,. Stops odor,checks perspiration.
said relations between the two ing envelopes. I
largest Communist countries TRANSISTOR ={ FACIAL '1 2 oz.REG. .
98c
have deteriorated rapidly in the
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last six weeks. BATTERIES TISSUES '
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The sit uation has prompted s Scroll 6 tte tea Rexall Brand.White. B XES 2
much ideological heart searching W -- FOR
BOXES 7'
in French and other Communist i
parties in Western Eu-
rope as well as discussion
I among Communist governmentsin REXALL REXALL HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL
the Soviet satellites. FILLER

The consensus was that ChIn- RUBBING MULTIPLEVITAMINS 4'9* Spray StarchALCOHOL

I ese Communists are prepared
for a break with Moscow andmIght 43* i Gal Clorox PAPER
even welcome it. Recent :
events, apparently, have con- 35* Tide hole.
vinced party chairman Mao Tse- ONE TABLET DAILY 300 sheets, 81/2 x
r Tung and his lieutenants that Pint, fn unbreakable plastic
27 Value I .
1. China can progress without renewal bottle. All the vitamins you normally 1. \lAi 1\\\\M 11"
of'the ideological unity need for only a penny a day: Leo" 77c per pack
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REG. 79c .
and Soviet economic aid.
1 '
General De Gaulle's recog- IOC's ALL .5
nition of Peking regime is seen rubbing :
in the Chinese capital, it was alcohol NUlTIPtl REG. II I
I reported, as the first of a seriesof 2. VITAMINS FOR
steps that gradually will $ .n8 2
open China to Western trade. =:: FOR
Imports from Europe will in FOR
t time, the Chinese are confident -
replace help from the
fj REG. $1.00 ,
Soviet Union.
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The Chinese also were said to r
111 believe that with French support BODY MASSAGE LOTION 1ean.8DL 1.00 CARA NOMELIPSTICK 1.25 POLYMUlSIOH Rwncn :
98t 21ar ioren3UpuidYgMnt,4oz
they would be able to en-
( ter the United Nations and en- EYE LOTION a-1" 1.00 1.39 DICALCIUM PHOSPHATE ReunlopTapIets! 1.00
98t 2
large their diplomatic connec- II ar 77c VITAMIN 1.00
tions with the West.These would MOUTHWASH '--- C imiLSkw.looiibWi .
'' further facilitate the expansionof 79eRLENIO BIG SELECTION OF FASHION279 6ER.RITE TONIC -2 1.00
trade. ,.88 RIGHT SHADES. Ra tl.l2ez!
Soviet leaders are reported to 1.19 UQWjMAapJELScMaROT"MAGNESlA ... 2.00
be somewhat \
about upon the the effect Communist of a apprehensive final world.break i 2 tor 1.00 2 FOR $ ,

They are aware that if this Rexall,plala or mint 12 cz. _2 for 1.00 i 2.00 SPRAY-OK AFTER BATH POWDER awu.7! or.4 ecr&ier.eacn_ 0 i
occurs East European Communist RexaU98e \ pint -
-
parties will have to 79c MINERAL Oil\ 2 for'.00 S8C AFTER SHAVE LOTION ledi-have.lOO1. ortacnsnotaua2i 164 I
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take a stand for or against a ReUnlar: -
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BUFFERED ASPIRIN 1.29 AEROSOL SHAVE CREAM Reatsnrve.iaonPeg. !
break.
1.00 GARDENU; J
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there is a pro-Chinese faction in 1.39 SACCHARIN t

1 every tya European qualified Communist source said.par- 2.49 MONACET APC TABLETS 2i r3.00 BUBBLE 1.75 HAND CREAM CaraNome.8-ci.Iar( .81 1 i j

e "Consequently," he continued, Sur.1.S9each or l39 1.98 HAIR SPRAY Brits Set,Reg.or for Hard.to-HotdHJfr.15CL .98 .. "

I "they must estimate that any BATH 1.50 CREAM SHAMPOO xwtL Enriched with 2%e|&Pint1.5Q ..98 l
Imnsv.5OO's ;
break with Peking will invite 2.19 ASPiRIN 89 3 '
disruption of the party structure wIth 24.Mull or Infant- 0 HAIR SETTING LOTION or GEL Retail .98.:
flEE
both in the satellites and in SUPPOSITORIES ReunGrytadu'l2 LBS.
Eastern Europe." 2 lor .QQ Lorie Bubble Bath :

s munist A majority leaders of are European said to Com-be 87c INSECT SPRAY Rexatt,7cr.--------2 for 100 plastic : 25c EVENFLO Plastic Baby

strongly opposed to any final ,7 o() aero 'ls'-'-' A" s"e"! ;
AIR 6 Fragrances : Pants
REFRESH al.4 9. Q' $1 :
First, because for'
break of with its disruptive Peking. effect on- CRYSTALSlb.. can Only . .* Baby Bottles I 3

their own parties, and second, MOTH 4 or 801.Complete. 6 for Colors! 8 pair ':
r. ,
because of the damage it will 4t. q
do to the Communist Image in -- (AS ADVERTISED IN THIS SUNDAY'S' FAMILY WEEKLY) }
t left wing circles throughoutthe
world.It t
Is reported that Polish,Hungarian II REG. 27c REG. $1.25TRIV1SOL REG. 65cREXALL 1_!
French and Italian par- 25ft W stinghouse $| 35 Rex FILM 1 ,t
all opposed to break. $1 1
; ties are a I

The East on German the Soviet party Union, dependent for-I, Light Bulbs, 6 for I 120, 620, 127, 4 Rolls SIMILACLIQUID TOOTHBRUSHES. t ::1

funds and was said
protection i Vitamin Drops, 15ce :J
to be prepared to do whatever i MILK :


Premier pessimistic Left delegation's- wing Khrushchev about sources prospects the asks.here Rumanian are of- 40 SANITARY $| 1.60 PHISOHEX $1 1 5 FOil $1 $1 3 FOil $1


patching Many up doubt the ideological that this quarrel is its- NAPKINS -.only I SKIN CLEANSER _

intentions.
Instead they believe that the REG. 39e REG. 59eQUIKSWABS ANY REG. 69c

Rumanians their economic, having independenceof demonstrated 1.59 Vick's No. 44 $| 65' QUIK-BANDS:
COTTONBALLS TOOTH PASTE
the Soviet Union by pursuing $1 I
,I'' their own economic policy, are I 45 STERILE ADHESIVE .
with in Peking China.to increase their trade COUGH SYRUP BANDAGES 2 For 200 COTTON-TIPPED CREST, COLGATE,

APPLICATORS
GLEEM ETC. ...
A few years ago, everyone Box of 65
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relic of the past. 1 $1 1 $ ._
I))1 But today driving has be- 3 *1 3 FOR 1 2lIP $1 ,
come "fun" again and many ASPIRIN, 100's 2 For WITCH HAZEL 2 For FOil FOil
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.-;j NEW YORK (AP) A wrist- million-the most expensive Buy First Tire at Price Listed Below---Get The
J thick cable now worming its i project of its kind in the United
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JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY. FLOR. I i
I .1 DA.IN RE IN: ::JEF 1 i Ihn 4 Iiii! I till ,! + i
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i FAIREST MAJESTER JONES.
"I Deceased.To \
All Creditors and Persons Having (ha..
,, I Claims Estate: or Demands Against Said All Sizes..Compacts to Big Cars j _
You and each of you are hereby not -
titled and required to present any "Ii,,. : '
claims and demands which you or Blackwalls -Whitewalls -TubelessTubedType 1 %
either of you. may have against the e ', 1 111
estate of FAIREST MAJESTER I
JONES, deceased, late of said County '
to the County Judge of Alachua
I I County Florida at his office In the
court house of said County at Gaines 1 1 .
""'. Florida, within six calendar GUARANTYFederal BLACKWALLS WHITEWALLS 1
months from the time of the first publication I
of this notice. Each claim or \
demand shall be In writing, and shall Tubeless Tubed-Type Tubeless Tubed-Type ItIII' -
state the place of residence and post BBHHM BB
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1 7.50-14 21.80 25.30
\ and CARL A. JONES '
as co-administrators of the \
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A clean-up bug that's .1 r .. Only the top grades of \). S. Government .
nipping
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at Gainesville, residents has t' If'i ,A tom eroded beef .ears the
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W-D shield. Placed in temperature
city time.refuse crews,working. over- < <, ,, i ? controlled coolers W-D beef is
> I B N aged to the very peak of tender,
City. Manager Bill Green I I
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x r w Y flavorful I goodness by nature's own
said this morning that residents process while still fresh "
have been making.up for cleanup .
I time-lost.during about two ..
months of:rainy weather. I 'f
j It .seemS .as if everyone. in i : s -IRrA' :
town has cleaned his 'yard during BEEPSIRLOIN
the last week, Green said. _
City pickup crews are running I ..

behind. 0 S ""
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But Green told residents not STO
to worry. He said he hopes to
have I Steak. LB. 88; :
everything caught up by .
the end of the week. Extra men ..

and extra equipment will be ) .... FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
used for extra hours until' It's nd r' 1 + -

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ApprovedA A N N IVE RS AR 1 BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP OR RUMP ..1111....1 'I i

series of zoning matters dominated BUTT 1 1 Shank Roast. LB.88 ; ;

the brief 30-minute( Half .
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long County Commission 1 .4
meeting yesterday.The 1 FRESH GROUND DAILY REG. 49<

Commissioners approvedfive LB. Gr. Beef LB.39 :
requests. LB. ,1 ;
They rezoned property in the
3400-3600 block of SW 13th Street

from Residence-A to Business- "''''\: ".... <' I.<\I1.! '.''''Y'. .' 0'fJllII' .
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Hugh Edwards had
I asked for the entire tract to be 7th 1 .
zoned Business-B to allow a -
cocktail lounge on part of it. P I
Instead the Commission put the IG WEEK ; t4U1
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Business-A classification on it I IIn
and granted. a variance for the 1"- The Coupons 1 1s

I lounge.In Your Dinnerware Book i MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Ham, Salisbury, Meat Loaf I
another zoning move, the 1r >
Commission granted a variance At Your Winn-Dixie For Dinners 2 89
I to Phil S. Gonzales to operate VAf411.LA FORCurrier t
I a beauty shop on the north side & IvesDINNERWARE 1
of U.S. 441 where it meets old ,Q 1 ___ MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT

441. I 1 Fruit Pies 3 Family *\

The a setback Commission variance also for approved a gasoline STANDARD 1 1 ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND s Size .

I station at 1-75 and the And Other Exciting Values! TOMATOES 1 ICE CREAM DIXIE THRIFTY ORANGE
Newberry Road.E. 1
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C. Weaver 4 1 1 JUice 4 99
made
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quest In the name of Phillips .. .. .. .... "
Petroleum Company. It asked 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1 MORTON BREADDough tt
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for a setback variance on the WITH THIS COUPOM AND PURCHASE OF 9 1 49 Loaf
north side of the property from THRU PKS S.FROZKMASTEO'UA GAL. ? : 3 59
25 to 14' feet, and from 25 to 15 Fish Slicks Pkg.
feet on the west side. 1
r Limit 3 with order 1 No finer Ice Cream Anywhere
GOOD THRU MARCH I4TH $5. or more Compare y
In,, another zoning matter, a
I' variance'was granted to James AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
1 L. Alden'' to 1 !+'M ;< ,:
cabinet
operate a )-- d
1 shop in 'an agricultural zone, I
5700 SW 26th Terrace. :
The variance is for four years.
Also in zoning, the Commis- 50 Extra Top Value Stanis SAVE 2>ijf EACH EVAPORATED -. ( 8 cans please) DEWEY RftD> 'E-;

sion approved an exception to WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF | FREH_ ..Uwhol ,,-. : .
the lot size requirements from C FROZEN PILLSBURY Pet Milk 8 TALL CANS $1 '

Brabham 100 to 94 at feet 1341 wide SE for 43rd R. St.R. e Smoked ChickenGOOD '. =

In other business, the Com- THRU MARCH MTH Fresh Juicy Florida .
mission: AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 20* ALL PURPOSE (Limit 1 with $5. order or more) "
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-Voted to charge $90.20 for :
copies of the voter registration ORANGES
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much roles. They to make.cost the county that StaraAstor 48az.

-Accepted a bid of $3,710 to 50 Extra Top Yalre or Fresh Jonathan
install outside clocks on the WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF | SAVE 20$ GOLD MEDAL Limit 1 with $5.00 order or more ...


., had courthouse.-Heard visited that the county 1,600 park persons on Chocolate Two GOOD PKC THRU. FROZEN MARCH Eclairs RICH'S 14TH Flour 5 BAG LB. 39 ; A P P L E S ':. ,:rAT

Newnan's Lake. "It's even more ...
ANY WINN-DIXIE
p than we expected when we builtit as ,
," Commissioner Jack Dur- SAVE 20$ MAZOLA (Limit 1 with $5. order or more

rance-Moved said.to consider building 5 LB.BAG 49 j

turnoff IJ\es on the Waldo Roadat Corn Oil 48 oz.1AR 69*

39th Street to help relieve 50 Extra Top Value Staaps' ....
rush hour traffic conjestion. WITH THIS COUPOM AND PURCHASE OF
GEORGIA RED U. S. NO.1 SWEETPotatoes ,
ONE Pica. FROZEN SOUTHERN BELLE: SAVE 10* EACH JUMBO KLEENEX ASS? COLORS -

Today Deviled Crabs 4 LBS. 49;
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Towels I 2 ROLL PKG. 59 0 j
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In History s AT ANY WINN-DIXIE FRESH RED RIPE

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Today is Wednesday, March A
11th, the 71st day of 1964. There
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Today's highlight in history: WITH THIS COUPON AND ruRc HOSE OF| -T.. i.
1 On this date in 1811 the first FOUR No. V4 CANS LIGHT MEATBlue '1
wedding in the White House Bay Chunk Tina Luzianne Vac. Poke .::. :.

tcsk place when Mrs. Lucy GOOD THRU MacH MTH j S 1 1 ,,
Payne Washington was married AT ANY WINN-DIXIE 1, :1 1 PREMIUM BLENDCOFFEE : :
R to Justice Thomas Todd o

the U.S. Supreme Court. Mrs .> 1 1 1 1 1x. 1 jy. F 11
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Washington was a sister of Mrs
James Madison and widov i
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On this date 1 LB. (limit 2)) 1 e -of. .,
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authorizing construction of sfc GOOD THRU MARCH 14TH 1 a a..

i warships.In AT ANY WINN-DIXIE i, SHOWBOAT i FOLGER'S 1 ASTOR VAC. PACKED --r: .:
ARROWDETERGENT 1
1888, the great blizzard be- 46 IMPROVED TIDEDETERGENT 1 BLUE or WHITE

gan its three-day rampage ir Pork & Beans COFFEE COFFEE ]
which more than 400 lives were I i 1 ; 1 1 t 1

lost in a vast sector of the U.S. Save' 30g Giant Box Save 20 Giant Box Save 5g 300 Can Save 24g 1Lb. Can 1, Save 20g 1-Lb. Can j |;
In 1926, Mississippi passed a 50 Extra Value
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law prohibiting the teaching of WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of 1 1 1 1 1
evolution in state supported 1 49 : i
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schools.In 1941. French Indochina and Bayer ONC lOO-COUNT Aspirin BOTTLC 49 ? 1 1 39 50 /i 1 i/ ?

Siam signed a e-d ir GOOD THRU MARCH MTH 1 1
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border dispute which had developed AT ANY WINN-DIXIE Limit 1 with $5. food order 1 1 New All Purpose Detergent Limit 3 with $5. order or more YOUR CHOICE Urn. 1 with $oS .order or more. ; .
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into an undeclared war. 1I 1
In 1952, the first presidential
preferential primary in the u.s.
was held in New Hampshire.Ten .
years ago ... the U.S.
Army reported it had been subjected ,
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to direct threats by Republican i
4 senator Joseph McCarthy I
and his chief counsel, .
1// Roy Cohn, in efforts to gain ... ";
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14 __ Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 11, 1964

nn Retail SalesIn I Need Friendly AmericanIn Gator Band

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i / SEE by County Sets Concert

I South America Adams
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The University of Florida
Show GainRetail
I Gator Concert Band, will pres-

.the SUN "Florida can help America technical knowledge, guidance, terest in Latin America is na- ent its first twilight concert of
sales in Alachua Coun-
discourage the Ugly Americanby understanding, and
increased 12.6 cent dur- business in- tural for Floridians and Flori- the season tomorrow.
r. 1 J ty per encouraging the friendly vestment sharing" Adams said. da can do much to undo the z
.._ Ir ing December, 1963, over sales American to enter into Latin Education is a most pressing damage caused by the apathy of The outdoor concert will be-

ALACHUA GENERAL City, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. HalC. 2nd Ave., and William Dorsey, ,during December of, 1962 the, Florida accord- American affairs," Secretaryof need in Colombia, according to the past. gin at 6:45 p.m. on the Univer-

March 9 Hopson, 2208 NE 9th Terr., 1008 NE 25th Ter., in the 200 [Retail ing to Federation.a report State Tom Adams said last Adams., More than 57 per cent "Colombia has a deep yearning -I sity's Plaza of the Americas

BIRTHSMr. city, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. block of SE 1st Street at 8 a.m. night at the Holiday Inn. are illiterate. for freedom" Adams said. Conrad Bauchka of the Depart-

and Mrs. Jerry E. Ward, James W. Williams, 2248 W. yesterday. Sales in the county totaled Adams spoke before 125 people "The real value of this program "And Latin-Americans look to
2120 NW 7th St., a son; Mr. and Hillsborough, Lake City, boy. Alphonso Watson, Route 1, $13,199,071 during December,I attending a Consultation on is that it offers to each Florida for help." ment of Music faculty will di-

j Mrs. Lawson W. Webster, Tren- Box 76A, and James Mathew 1963. They totaled $11,720,173 Inter American Floridan an opportunity to meet

ton, a son. Nancy L.ADMITTED Harrell, William S. Hagan, 1319 NW 2nd Ave., at during December, 1962. I II Relations r the threat of communism whereit SE Theater rect.The program will include a
f I thrives in the realm
of
J ADMITTED NW 5th Avenue and 4th Streetat sponsored by :
I Tinney, Kenneth D. Mercer, 3:01 Bradford County showed an the Board of basic human need," Adams variety of marches, overtures,
Janice Rollins, Mrs. LindaI' : p.m. yesterday.
Danny E. Mercer, Miss Mari- increase of 12.2 cent from Conference and solo
per a special flute by William
Missions of the
Andrew Kmetz
i Avery, Mrs. Geraldine Colcord, Jr., Mulberry, said.America
anne Forsman, Mrs. Ethel Y. $1,241,851 in December, 1962 Methodist. has treated Latin, Prescott, a graduate student -
Mr. John Hardison Mrs. Paola and Brady Jones, Route 3, Box .:
Langford, all of Gainesville; Cook, Mrs Marcia M. Hopson, 242, at NW 16th Boulevard and to $1,393,732 in December, 1963. Church. Hon- ,\ 'America poorly in the past, Ad- ScheduledTAMPA I in education.
Russell L. Hill, Mr. Ollie Rowe, .'
| Mrs. Creasy Oglesby, Archer; 34th Street at 2:37 p.m. yester- Other counties in the area ored guests in- ; 1; ams stated. He emphasized that ,
Mrs. Delma C. Nelson Mrs.
,
: this situation must be Four hundred
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Mrs. Minnie Webster, Trenton; showed increases for the same cluded thr e e'., r remedied.
Frances L. Rion Mrs. MarieJ. Price Fixing
day.Phillip "Our best theater from 10 south-
Chi members of the I : export is democracy people
Madeline Cook, Old Town; Mrs. Harden L. Strick- Ying Chan, 1216 :months with the exception of .W: "
Virginia '
'
Mildred T. Brialmont Bell SW 2nd Ave., and James World Understanding Adams said. eastern states are expected to
; Pye, :Gilchrist, which dropped 8.2
land Mr. Mason C. Padgett, per Adams I
Adams said attend conference and work-
that keen a in Britain
Dale R. Dorman, Micanopy; Katherine D. Moore, WilliamW. Evinston, at SW 4th Avenue and cent, from $345,721 in Decem- Team a in- here Fight
March
shop 1921.
Mrs. Effie Mae Wright, Newt Yates all of Gainesville 12th Street at 12:40: p.m. yester ber, 1962, to $317,397 in Decem- from Latin America.A I
berry; Clarence Lucas, Hyatts- Mrs. Barbara, S. Robinson, Wil-; day.Ed ,ber, 1963. new alliance between Col- Soviets Get Headliners of the meeting will LONDON (AP-A) bill to banish -
t vile Md.; Mrs. Peggy Lou Hines, 76- 1354 E 1st Ter. ombia and Florida, termed a be Broadway Director Alan I i' store price-fixing brought
Horace Z. Brun-
I Leggett. Chief land. liston;Chiefland Mr. Mrs. Eliza- after he had a fatal heart at- Comparisons for the two "Partners in Progress" associ- N. H. Schneider, New York drama; the Conservative government its
son, ; Results
DISCHARGEDMrs. tack, and Leslie R. McClellan months for other counties are: ation was the main topic of discussion critic Henry Hewes. Texas I I
beth G. Williams Lake City; I biggest parliamentary revolt
Virginia Diedeman Mrs. 816 NE 10th Place, in the by Adams. The program theater customer Paul Rein-
Phillip Cowen, Chiefland. Clay County, an increase of MOSCOW since the 1963
(AP The night
) Tuesday
block of S. when Adamswas hardt and playwright Webster
Irma G. Hales Mrs. Rubye 900 Main Street at 17.8 cent, from $1,439,578to crystallized Soviet.. I
DISCHARGEDMrs. 10:35 per shown such news agency Tass sent Smalley, author of "Man With Profumo scandal.
Duke, Mr. Charles N. Dilon, : a.m. yesterday. $1,695,912. a warm reception
Mrs. Carolyn Christine Hamm Patricia J. Howell and Russel L. Hill Jr., 16, Route by the Colombian people. scribers a 450-word report on I the Oboe." I Twenty Conservative legislators -

and daughter, Mrs. Irene Wil- son, Ralph L. Chambers, Mrs. 2, Box 396, and Robert James Levy County, an increase of "The Florida-Colombia alli- New Hampshire's "so-called primary Major events on the program I flouted party discipline and

son, Mrs. Mary Sybil Mason, Wanda H. Caraway, Seton N. Gaddy, Route 1, Box 346, at 2.8 per cent, from $1,396,541 to ance bridges the gap betweenthe elections" Tuesday. I include a costume parade, a I I voted for an amendment to water
Mrs: Rae Mary McCully, Mrs. Edson, Mrs. Beverly H. Bon- University Avenue and the Wal- $1,435,071. Alliance for Progress and Tass explained the presidential -critique after presentation of I down the bill on its second

Creasy Oglesby, Curt Shadburn, durent and son, Pear S. Cook, do Road at 7:30 a.m. yesterday. Marion County, an increase 1 person-to-person contacts," Ad- primaries do not settle who.' "Man With the Oboe," and auditions reading in the House of Com-
Mrs. Mildred Wagoner, Herb- Theresa A. Ledford, George Daniel Ralph McDuffie, 820 of 4.9 per cent, from $11,673,220. ams said. "It also helps out the will be nominated by "the two' for summer theater jobs. mons.
ert N. Pennington, Oliver Bran- McArthur, Richard C. James, NE 17th St., and Philip Latson to $12,235,968. Peace Corps in Colombia." principal bourgeois parties" but The theme of the meeting is;
son. Jr.; Mrs. Alice J. Hodge, Mrs. 426 NW 7th Ave., at NW 7th Putnam increase. Adams said Florida was the "give an idea about the influ- "Professional Standards for But thanks to a Labor party
County, an
Maidee D. Sparks, Michael W. Avenue and 6th Street at 5:50 of. 2.3 cent from natural one to lead the way to ence exerted on the voters by Regional Theater." decision to stay aloof from the
March 10 1961BIRTHS per $4,687,066
Price, Mrs. Elizabeth S. An- p.m. Monday. to $4,793,854. better Latin-American relations different Democratic and Re- The University of South Florida fight, the amendment was defeated -
I "
I Mr. and Mrs. Glen S. Robinson drews, Mrs. Ruth Z. Payne. Kenneth Lee Merritt, 2200 NE Union County, an increase of because she is closest geogra- publican candidates. will host the meeting. 287-20. ,I

B 625 Williston, Fla; a ACCIDENT ROUNDUP 17th Terrace, and Thorn Hord 45.1 per cent, from $259,401 to phically."No .
boy Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Involved in accidents reportedto man Jacksonville, in a parkinglot $376,473. I spot in this nation is I
; THAT YELLOW STUFF POLLEN
at 1100 NW 8th Avenue at 3 JUST
Harrell, 1055 NE 10th Ave., city police during the last 48 Total retail sales in the state closer to the rest of the world,

City, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Er- hours: p.m. Monday. increased 4.9 per cent in De- especially Latin America, than
nest Cook, 709 N W 12th St., George R. Carey, 2636 NW DWI Charges cember, 1963, over the same Florida," Adams said. Don't worry about that pow-' len adversely affecting objectsit And according to Dr. Ray
--- Fred Clark Robbins, 24, 119 month in 1962. The sales in De- Included in plans for the Flo- dery yellow material that may lights upon. I Goddard, assistant UF forestry
. NW 19th St., was arrested by cember, 1962, were $1,624,057300. ,- rida-Colombia alliance are such The pollen, nearing its peak
be dusting your car, home or I professor, the pine pollen season -
On U.S. city police at 2:05: a.m. today in things as student and professor season, has little effect on hay
I lawn. It's pine tree pollen and will end
II I Iii The the 2000 block of NW 6th Street exchanges, scholarships, agri- Van farm for- fever sufferers. Dr. Edward soon probably
Murphy, county
and charged with driving while IT'S so LOGICALto cultural help and a system of est agent, said it's harmless. Byrne, county health official, l.within two weeks. The slash
HealthCOl111Cil intoxicated and driving without advertise your job offer in "sister cities," wherein a Florida explained that the pine tree pollen pine has about exhausted its

a Florida dirvers license. the Classified section. The per city picks a Colombian cityas According to Murphy's rec- is heavier than other pollen pollen, but the loblolly and long-

Capitol Fire Calls son you want may look there its sibling."Colombians. ords, not a single complainthas and falls to the ground before leaf pine are just hitting peaks
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I No fires were reported. tonight! Phone 372-8441. are hungry for been received about the pol- it can effect humans. I he said.


I WASHINGTON (AP) In the

news from Washington.VIET University Dean George of T.Florida Harrell Collegeof of the '64 CHEVROLET-THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMER

NAM POLICY: U.S. officials Medicine has been named to
said the South Viet the National Advisory Councilon
I 1.! today p I '' i''I' I r
Nam government plans major Education 7 1 ) I
I Ii) changes in its strategic hamlet for Health Professions ,

program to help speed the war r w Il
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against Communist guerrillas. Anthony J.

I They said the new program Celebreeze Secretary -
would include: of

i -Reducing to a minimum the Health, Educa-

number of forced relocations of tion, and Welfare -

peasants into strategic hamlets. announcedthe

J -Payment of compensation to appo i n t- .,
I. peasants required to leave their ment.

J homes to enter the fortified The council riA

hamlets. will advise.the Harrell

I -Providing not only security surgeon general on the admi- '
., but economic and social benefits nistration of grants for the con- -

J quickly and effectively to struction of new teaching faci- :
p
areas that have been cleared of lities and the replacement or -:;

Viet Cong guerrillas. renovation of existing facilitiesin
J the health education field.

BUSINESS OUTLOOK Secretary Dr. Harrell received a four- ( ) "

i of Commerce Luther H. year appointment to the council,

I Hodges says business invest- which will administer the provisions ;.

;} ment is expected to climb to a of the Health Professions
I
: record $-13.2 billion this year. Education Assistance Act sign- 2

His prediction at a news conference -I ed by the late President JohnF. 0 a -WT
,
:11 Tuesday was backed up Kennedy Sept. 24, 1963. I
by figures released by the Securities N
and Commis- The UF dean is one of three
Exchange
1' representatives of medical education -
'I sion. on the 15-member coun- :
The SEC said a survey it car-
cil. Others are Dr. Henry T.
ried out with the Commerce De-
n partment indicated business Clark Jr. of the University of I
North Carolina and .5
Dr. RobertS. .
spending on new plants and .: .
t equipment would increase $4 Jason or'Howard University. Sc, : :- S / : 4 .

billion-or more than 10 per I I Dr. Harrell, who came to the '.5 a S r : l a a.

cent-above the $39.22 billion in 'University to head the new \ .
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Associated Press Sports Writer I same sites in Saturday's quar- PanAmerican of Texas, the de

: ;ier-finals. Saturday's survivors heads 'the
4 The Chicago Loyola Ramblersare fending champion,
then go to Kansas City for the second round play today in the
Around about 4 o'clock in the afternoon in the Gator Boosters over their first hurdle in a semifinals and final March 20-21. NAIA at Kansas City.
office Florida athletic departments, drive to win the national collegiate -
at -the University of The NCAA small college tour-
Mrs. Margaret Melton and Mrs. Louise Henry generally take basketball championship for ney quarter-finals are on tap to- And Thursday the NIT opem

I time off for a fine English custom of a spot of tea and a the second straight year. night at Evansville, Ind., where in New York with Miami a
Florida St. Jos
paired against
crumpet.And Riviera Beach Down by 13 points at 21-8 after Hofstra meets Akron, Evansville eph's of Philadelphia and NYC

Col. Everett M. Yon, the finest storyteller in the state, Pictured above is the Riviera Beach team which posted a sparkling 28-1 14 minutes of play the Ramblers plays Cal Poly of Pomona, against Syracuse in a double

relaves from his varied duties to enliven the Gainesville- record and rates a strong contender in the Class A state tourney this weekend. roared from behind Tuesday Southeast Missouri plays State header at Madison Squari

style tea party with athletic anecdotes that properly belong Junior varsity coach Lincoln Knowles (L) and varsity coach Mickey Neal are night to defeat Murray State College of Iowa and Adelphi Garden.

inside the covers of a book.It in front. Players (L-R) Dave Garret t, Paul O'Brien, Joe Genohie Marty 101-91 in the NCAA tournament -
play at Evanston The
Ill. Ohio
Houldsworth Wilf Bill Whitman Bill Stansfield Rick Lee Mike ,
retires Gator Sartiago, Hig-
is to be hoped that when Col. Yon as University Bobcats whipped
gins, Kurt Fralen, Dean Turkett and Ira Kerns.
Louisvilled 71-69 in overtime in _L I p4 1 4 I Ii'- II
the other east Regional game at -

Pistons Wreck Royals' Northwestern's Utah State came McGaw from Hall.behindin

the last 85 seconds to defeat
iL
I Arizona State 92-90 and Seattle,

beaten twice by Oregon State
Eastern Title
HopesBy druging the regular season, surprised -
Ti1; the Beavers 61-57 in the

THE ASSOCIATED PRESSNobody's Cincinnati 114-103 Tuesday nigh tmore and New York, had similar -Far West Regionals at Eugene,

as loose as a loser and wrecked the Royals' East- sabotage plans for the Ore. -I Wednesday, March 11, 1964

Boosters' boss, he'll give serious thought to compiling such a when the string begins to run ern Division title hopes. Western Division leaders. But Second Round L
The Pistons-turned gremlinsthus San Francisco and St. Louis, These four
collection of his best tales in book form for the enjoyment of out on a pennant race. The cur- games completedthe
rent National Basketball Associ- assured Boston of at leasta running 1-2 and a game apartin first round nationally in the ,

others. ation windup is no exception.The share of its eighth straight the West, refused to follow NCAA and set up these second

One day recently, the Colonel reminisced of the time he Eastern crown. One more Bos- the script. round pairings at four regionalsites

went out to find a head football coach for the University of lowly Detroit Pistons, feeling ton victory or Cincinnati defeat The Warriors stepped away Friday: Expect RulingIn

Florida (and wound up with Charley Bachman) and his search no pain at this stage of their will put the Celtics over the top. from the Bullets 129-111 and the East at Raleigh -Duke vs. J

took him to Knute Rockne, the then Notre Dame head grid worst NBA season, ambushed Two other a1s<>-rans' Balti- Hawks shrugged off the Knicks Villanova and Princeton vs. Con-

mentor and the acknowledged No. 1 of them all. 124-105.. necticut.

Rockne gave Bachman, and several others of his former : Florida Nine Ray Scott Shot and Ahead Jackie More- Mideast at MinneapolisKentucky Luro Casen

players, fine recommendations and this was a major factor in land shot the Pistons ahead to vs. Ohio University and

the selection of the former. stay early in the third quarter Michigan vs. Chicago Loyola.

after Cincinnati's 60 per cent Midwest at Wichita -Creigh- By Post Time
ton Wichita and Texas
The Rockneisms vs. West-
Seeks Second first half gunning gave the Royals -
Kansas State.
a 59-56 intermission spread. ern vs.

The Colonel told of a night in a hotel room in Kansas City Bob Ferry's three-point play fin- Far West at Corvallis, Ore.- MIAMI (AP) GulfstreamPark sponsible for anything that happens ,

with Rockne and several other coaches and athletic officials. Florida's baseball Gators will Bruce Aitken on the mound. ished the Royals after they UCLA vs. Seattle and Utah Statevs. stewards were expected to to his horses denied him

Rockne was moaning loud. He complained bitterly that the go for a second win over Florida Other starters are Darrell closed to within four points in San Francisco. rule today in the case"of trainer the right of due process.

success of Irish football (his teams had a 105-12-5 record from Southern's Moccasins when i Fulton, catcher; Jim Hardee, the final period. Horatio Luro, suspended when Broke Up

1918-1930)) was providing thousands of dollars for use elsewhere the two teams play at 3 p.m. : first base; Ron James, second Scott had 27 points for Detroit. traces of a drug were found in The disclosure broke up a \

on campus. And now Rockne wanted an assistant coach, one today at Perry Field. base; Buster Hardy, third base; Cincy's Oscar Robertson sank one of his horses. hearing on the Luro case. Hialeah -

I measly assistant coach, at a salary of $5-5,500 and the powers- The Gators needed 11 inningsfor Frank Oktavec, shortstop; and all seven of his first half shots Basketball Leonard Mellon, assistant at- stewards on Monday suspended -

that-be at South Bend would not permit him to hire one. a 5-1 win over Southern last Bob Lee, Joel Ledlow and Ken and wound up with 33. torney general who handles racing J.H. Pierce Jr., in'a
I Saturday in Lakeland in the Hebner will be the outfielders.The San Francisco, with Al Attics ResultsNCAA similar case involving a horse

: Colonel Yon asked Rockne how it was that the Notre Dame season's opener for both teams. leading the way, struck for 41 matters with, Willard conferred late which won on closing day"at
Coach always managed to have such good blocking. Three Gator hurlers were to Gators will journey to third quarter points and broke PLAYOFFS Tuesday Ayres, Hialeah.

"Son," Rockne glowered, "If they don't block, I find someone i I pitch today's contest Coach Miami Friday and Saturday to up a close game. Baltimore Far West First Rtgionals Round State Racing Commission attor- Luro was suspended temporarily -
meet the Hurricanes in three- ney, and said a ruling by the
who will." a trailed 51-50 when the Warriors Utah State M Arizona St. 90
; Dave Fuller planned to use Seattle 61. Oregon State 57 when a urinalysis on
game series with a doubleheader stewards could be expected "by
-
three sophomores Don exploded. Wilt Chamberlain Mideast RegionalsOhio Gay Lothario after
Pendley the
The Colonel also passed along another Rockneism. It had to to be played on Saturday. U. 71. Louisville 69 ot post time." (1:30 p.m. EST). horse
scored 32 for San Francisco
of St. Petersburg, Dan Griffinof points Chicago Loyola 101, Murray, Ky.. won the 10th race at Gulfstream
do with the famous letter he wrote to Columbia. The New York than the Bullets'Walt State 91 Dan Chappell, Miami attorney
Fernandina Beach and Rich one more on May 4 revealed the
I school offered Rockne the coaching job of the Blue Lions at a : NAIA PLAYOFFSFirst Round representing Luro, startled the presenceof
Bellamy. .
a
ard Phalines of drug.A
Woodbury
salary of $25,000 a year. Kentucky St. 71, Redlands, Calif. 65 stewards Tuesday when he disclosed -
Cliff 12 of his
I Heights, N.J. All are righthanders. ListonAtIt Hagan got 34 Pacific Lutheran, Wash. 109, veterinarian treating Gay
Buena Vista, Iowa 94 that Luro had been suspended -
; Rockene accepted the post verbally but when wrote a letter points as St. Louis ran a 26-6 Pan American 94, Lacrosse Wis. 82 under rule held Lothario testified he told Luro
confirming it with Columbia and adding a postscript that he Other Starters third quarter streak into a 93-73; Emporla Ark. 68 State 93, Quachita Baptist stitutional a uncon- effects of the drug had worn off

would remain at South Bend if Notre Dame officials still Other UF starters are likelyto bulge that kept New York out Central. Okla. State 95. Cedarvllle, years ago. and it would be all right to race
of Ex-Knick Richie Ohio 40 Chappell cited a Florida Supreme -
i wanted him. ., be Dave Porter, catcher; upset range. High Point N. C. 84 Ferris, Mich. lim.
.. ? Guerin added 23 points for the 70. Court decision of May 6, Stewards I
1 Tom Shannon, first Jbase; Ron St. Cloudy Minn. State 66. Jersey said they had no '
: The Name Comes Last Creese, second base; Randy Again Hawks[ .- .AI Butler topped the Georgia City State Southern 47t ..a-14>" i-:-.Dakota-* t Wesleyan 1947, (Which held that the rule choice but to suspend the trainer ,t

Morcroft.. shortstop; Earl Mont- Knicks with 18. 72CARL making a trainer personally re- under the rule which makesa
-
The scribes in New York City clipped off the postscript and jomery, third base; and Bill I DENVER (AP) Former trainer responsible for his J

made hay with it. Blomgren, Jim Duncan and Jim heavyweight boxing champion horses regardless of any action I
Elliott, outfielders. I Sonny Liston was arrested by by a third party. Such a rule is
Rockne told the Colonel "When write letter never TO TED WILLIAMSChampion
you a in effect in all
Coach Hal Smeltzly's Mocs police> Tuesday night on chargesof racing states ex'i'
.J add anything below your' name. will go with Ken Murphy or speeding, reckless and careless r I cept New York. I ,

driving and carrying a concealed Luro also trains Northern !
I Anniversary of a Tragedy weapon. Dancer, winner of the Flamingo ;:

I I ListensBy Stakes last week and an early I
It's odd that Rockne should have come up in the conversa- JayceeDerhyKickoff Liston was released after he Kentucky Derby favorite.Morris' I
tion. But not really. This is the anniversary month, 33 years i was taken to jail where he post-

ao March 31, of his death in a tragic plane crash.It Meet ed $300 cash bond. 573 ;

CHARLES MAHER reporter after the picture ses
brings to mind some of the sarcasm and famed Rockne Patrolman Jake Scherrer of '
\ quips as noted by Miami Ilea raId sportswriter Ed Pope in the Denver Traffic Bureau said Associated Press Sports Writer .' :;; sion. "I'll talk about hitting to

his book, "Football's Greatest Coaches." Is ScheduledThe Liston was arrested by another SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) anybody who wants to listen. Tops League
"Most of the
patrolman, James Snider, who The guy with No. 9 on his back, young play-
r Here are some samples: ers like to talk about it becauseit's Chuck Morris of Gainesville
said Liston was driving 30 miles and a few extra pounds front,
'1 "That guy would fall over," he often told his players, "if kickoff meeting to discussthe the up the hardest thing to do con- Shopping Center led the Industrial -
1964 Gainesville over speed limit in a 35 milean reluctantly stopped hitting fun-
you'd just show him your scrapbook." Jaycee !fi sistently well in baseball. How League at Palm Lanes
hour zone.Scherrer to the Boston outfield and
held gos :
will be at 7
Derby (
dumb and dumber p.m. : last
"There are some people some people. often do you hear of an outfielder night with 227-179-167-573.
at the Club came over to pose for pictures.
Friday Boys' on
You come next. said Snider reportedhe going into a long fielding Harvey Thomas
: : Pepper Printing
Within a minute he was talk- '
p "The only qualifications for a lineman are to be big and Waldo Road, Derby Director W. found a seven-shot .22 caliber F.'t- : :' slump? had 569 and Gene Court
ing about hitting and four or five
W. Wilkerson said
dumb. To be a back, you only have to be dumb." today. pistol on Liston during a searchof t 4 'i: ney, Florida Pest Control, 568.
Parents players were gathered around, y "Now do
and to here
perspective racers good ,
any
One Irish gridder, dressed down by Rockne, screamed, "I'll his person. Ace Szafron,
Piggie Park
are invited to attend the as attentive as unpublishedpoets ; ?; I've got to be able to talk to a
never play for you again. told the player, "You never have. % : \ I Restaurant, had a 237 J
), meeting to discuss plans for The reckless and careless at the feet of the Bard. hitter without giving him the high
the first coach in intersectional
Rockne was to big for
go "
the third annual derby to be riving charge stemmed from "Now the first rule of hitting, idea I'm trying to change his game. ?
football coast to coast. But he still chided
player.
games one held July 4. the speeding and was not the result said Ted Williams, "is to get a style. I think once a player has Birdsey Feed Mills rolledlO4Sl3O69753056.Pig. J
"How have the to travel miles with
can nerve 20,000 }
Notre Dame you and still flunk geography." Boys between the ages of 11 of any accident, Scherrer good pitch to hit. If the pitcher developed a style he's just about -
and 15 years of age are eligibleto said. fools you with a ball that's over, got to sink or swim with it. gie Park had 1127-939-935-3001
They still tell of the day a campus priest at Notre Dame,
enter race competition. The you take until he's got two "But it's possible to be a good with the 1127 top game. Don
at services in the cathedral, asked his audience, and how
Wilson made
j boys must build their own"soapbox" strikes on you. hitter with any style, short of the 6-7-10 split.
will you attain the Kingdom of Heaven. From the back of the Petticoat i iZ it standing on head." Irene Kirby had 186187.171544
c Rockne's "Run darn !" racers. "Then concede that the your
room came roar, you, run you to
the Florida National
The at, pace -
. ? The Rockne stories are legend, of course. And one day, the Friday night meeting pitcher is in the driver's seat, Williams, an executive assist- Bank League at Palm
the Club will feature filmsof
myriad tales that Colonel Yon spins so ably will be legend, too. the Boys'past two Gainesville rac- ChampionsIn and you bring" your hands up on ant on the Boston staff, joinedthe Lanes yesterday. Norma Wese-

es and movies of the Akron that bat. j club here after a trip to the man had 523 and Liz Elleman
Among the listeners was Carl South Pacific. He was the star 513. Mrs. Elleman had
(Ohio) National Soapbox Derby. a 202 \
Yastrzemski the American JZ \ in an outdoors promotion
: Clayton Tourney The Jaycee sponsored event TourneyJones { w : spon- high game. ;
has annually attracted a large League batting champion. Nowyou'd YASTRZEMSKI sored by the New Zealand gov- Withdrawals had a 1806 bc set \
figure he needs a lectureon . Still Attentivetwo ernment tourist bureau. i and
field of racers and an estimated Johnson, Petticoat a 667 high game. Mrs. ,

Set TomorrowThe 10,000 people have witnessed the League cage champs locally, needs hitting elevator like shoes.Frank Howard highest major league batting thresher"First shark I caught," he a said.600-pound"ThenI 'Weseman made the 8-10 split.!! *

1962 and 1963 races. will represent the city in the I' averages in the last thirdof
But Yastrzemski kept listen- caught some trout and killed ..
In 1962 won ]Florida Recreation Association !
Clay Ridgeway a century.
ng. When he was a 2-year-old, three deer-all in the space off ; Max Petzold r j
the race and Gary Santerfeitwon i, sub district women's tourney '
annual- Clayton-- tourneyfor j-and- Jean- Crow fourth- 303. l the 1963 outings. Wilkerson I cage the lecturer hit .406. In 1957, the "I'll probably be here a cou-f 10% hours. They had planes to I ".' "
I Saturday.The
women in A and B groups Thirty-nine players qualified announced that Gene McCallumwill same guy hit .388. Those are the ple of weeks," Williams told a take me from place to place." TpO' Pro ilpnt.. :: I
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event will be played at I
in the Clayton event. Billie head this year's clinic program -
new Golf and Country Club I Gainesville High School with the I Max Petzold will head the \
to assist boys who want to ;
Miles was A medalist and Edith -
gets under way tomorrow.In I build racers this year. He will 'Jacksonville city loop champsas Dose of Happiness Gainesville Men's Bowling:Association .
Ellett B medalist ::
the recent McKenzie medal ,
be assisted by Clay Ridgeway the foe. The winner of this for 1964-65. He was -
play event, Rachel Emmelwon Class A pairings: will to Winter Haven elected local
,I and Gary Santerfeit, winners of I game go by bowlers last
with a 298. Mary Parrish Billie Miles vs. Corinne Jack the last two Derby races. Ridge- 'for the state tourney March 20- f week. Petzold is an employtfof
I was runnerup with 299, Mary and Sa : Call From Gary PlayerBy the Peninsular Chemical Co.
son, winner to play Nora Mae way won the 1962 race 21.Game
Jacunski finished third with 302 Scruggs; Mary Stringfellow vs. terfeit was the winner last year. time Saturday is 10 Merrill Parker is the new

} Barbara Stephens, winner to a.m. and the public is invited to vice president with Ken Linds-
Phil Haveard play Beat Fellows; Rachel Em- Billiards Test attend. DENNIS LEE ROYLE Jock Verwey, considers herself!I ally torn to pieces-It's heartbreaking ley as secretary-treasurer.

I mel vs. Katie O'Neal, winnerto Jones Johnson beat Orlando JOHANNESBURG, South Africa the world's number one golf for us alL

play Eleanor Davis; Jo But- Slated HereThe J JI McNamara, the city champs (AP-Once a week Mrs. widow. "Our four children don't make First-Round l

Paces Lakers ler vs. Mary Johnson, Libba I there, 39-37 last Sunday. Char Vivienne Player and her four .
Merrill vs. Bertha Mae Put- Gainesville Boys' Club ]ottte Neder led the locals with) children gather round the tele- "It's pretty tough being parted matters any easier. The older MatchesSet -

Past RoyalsLakers nam, winner to play Ann Scraf--will compete ,in the national 21, points and Linda Lewis bad phone in their 10-room Johannesburg -from Gary month after month," ones, Jennifer aged 5 and Mark ..

ford; Betty Vidal vs. Jay n e pocket billiard tournament for home-awaiting a call she said, "but it's even tougheron 3, are constantly asking, First round matches will

beat Royals in a Senior Hope, winner to play Evelyn clubs in the Florida area. It 15.In games this week as league from South Africa's globetrotting him. Few people realize how 'Where's Daddy?' The other two be played tomorrow in the Bill

League basketball game at Puckett; Carmen Powers vs. will be held here on Saturdaywith play wound up, Gainesville Mu- golf champion Gary Player. tiring the. professional golf circuit -] Wayne aged 2 and two-montb-I Etheridge tourney for women
Gussie Rudderman winner to teams entered from Lake- "It's our weekly dose of hap- in the 9-hole at the Golf
the Boys' Club last night, 56-35. sic topped Sunland, 27-17, as group
old Michele still too
be. He'll home for
land Orlando two Mia m i can come are youngto
Phil Haveard had 16 points for play Mary Jacunski; Martha Sandy Borie got 10 points and for piness, explained the 26yearold I and Country Club. 46" I
Lakers and Chris Guilarte made Brown vs. Sunny Harper. clubs and Gainesville.The 'the winners Jean Polk eight for brunette whose husband a week or two dog tired. Then realize what's happening. Gwen Dulaney, medalist 1t'in

12 for Royals.In Class B pairings: local tourney is one of Sunland; and Jones Johnson :I spends nine. 'months of every before we get to know each other But Vivienne said things are qualifying with a 47, meets
30 in the nation this month limelight he's packing bags, saying
Cadet play First Na- Williams Thomas 35-2( year chasing the golfing Mercedes Moseley in her ;.
loop beat ,
in the
Edith Ellett Jean Smith to be changed Player
vs. and next. It is co sponsoredby goodbye to the children and trying match J
tional Bank won from Sperry, winner to play Pat Fuller, Jean the Boys' Clubs of America Charlotte Neder made 13 pointsfor to explain to them why he's household next year. 't,.
5-3; Elks beat Florida National] Crow vs. Sylvia Lee, Ruth Al- and the Billiard Congress of the winners and Linda Cow- "Gary's not much of a letter leaving home again." Other pairings:
I .
Bank, 8-0; and Denny Concrete ler vs. Dot Woodward, Martha America. Some 200 clubs are art got 10. Ruby Griggers and writer, although he did remember "We've decided to cut downon Lila Thomas, bye; Joan 1

topped First Federal, 6-4. Outen vs. Jerry Jenkins, Flos taking part. Charlene Sanders each had five to send me a Valentine card Mrs. Player said the toughest professional tournaments," Woodward vs. Evelyn Sanders,

Keith Austin made five sie Cox vs. Katherine Stephens, John M. Gleason, national for the Blue Angels. -sometimes even a picture part of being the world's premier she said. "Six months' golf and Florence Crosby, bye; Frantes

points for First Nat'onal, P.vic Eunice Campbell vs. Grace director of the Boys' Club, said Final standings: Jones Johnson postcard" she said. coif widow is the frequent six months' rest-and most of Head vs. Lucille Stringfelhjfw,

Spongberg eight for Elks and Franklin, Helen Graham vs. the tourney is for Senior members 8-1; Williams Thomas, 5 Vivienne, former South Afri- goodbyes.: "They don't come the resting period will be spent Betty Clardy, bye; Lou nell
.
Jerry Dowdy six for Den n y Mary Lou Swearingen, Myrtle Regulations have been 4; Gainesville Music, 5-4; Sun- can swimming champion and any easier with the years," she just getting to know his family vs. Marie McLendon,

...Concrete.. Clayton vs. Betsy Combs. j set up. land, 0-9. daughter} well-known golfer: said. "He leaves home emotion- again.L' .'\ et Storm, byt. '1\\(,

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Middle Rewards

Age 3 DAY SALETHURSDAY

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Jfom amts commits himself too soon. Allthe "We gave Buford special FRIDAY SATURDAY
fork
this winter in Puerto
great hitters; wait until the schooling
f By ARTHUR DALEYSARASOTA 'final Sl -secon ( Rico," said lopez, "DD 1h e cotionaS 8zand
t Two obe mechanics of making the double
tI more substantial rewards of "Because I was a catcher myself play. His instructor was Tony INTERIOR
middle have recently been I could watch them oper- CUccinello and Coach is a master -
age
ate. I've reached for the ball LATEX
I t bestowed on Alfonso Ramon Lopez at the art. Because he was $266
-t '. the Happy Hidalgo who with Williams my glove virtually and I've hit seen'ed the slow of foot Cooch could makeit PAINT
manages the Chicago White Sox. in any of three ways. Fast I
had
He
of
ball out glove.
He has just become a grand- my men like Frank Frisch and Joe I
such Quick wrists he could wait FREE OFFER DOES NOT APPLY
father. He has just been named Gordon only had to learn one
that long. Stan Musial was exactly CASH & CARR or USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
: Blue Wave Baseballers the director of a bank. i way but Cooch learned all. Bu-
the They stayed
same.
"The grandfather business ford has picked up the knack
1 The P. K. Yonge baseball team will open its season on March 17, at Santa didn't worry me any," said the with the ball so long that they'vetold beautifully. He's a fine fielder,
Fe. Front row, from left, are Tommy Stalnaker, Robert Marcus, Richard Wag- merry senor. "I knew I could me they actually have seen he's fast and he's a switch hit- MomjCo/ite/t/
I low, Robert Stearns, Mac Johnson and manager Ted Hansen. Back row, from let my instincts guide me. But the bat make contact with the ter. We'll do all right."I .
t left John Bill Enneking, Ronnie Rodgers, George Solley, Danny all. If Nick can learn to wait PAINTS
f are Weigman, the job of being the director of hate to spoil Yogi's debutas
Dennison, Tom Dobson and Cy Lott. Tom Hansen was absent when the picturewas a bank was something else like that, he'll be one of thereat Yankee manager but he had

taken. (Sun photo by Chic Hinton). again. The only figures I ever ; time sluggers he swings and hitters.it's a Every potential -better keep an eye on us. The 5C.I N.W. 8th Aye. Gainesville Phone 376-7588
; had to deal with were the ones White Sox will be tough.
: in batting averages or percentage home run't ...
: f\ ,
Wild Along came ; !***&
:1 Angels' Belinsky tables. The tought of having
.responsibility for huge sums of general manager of the Chisox, ON ALLTESNE
money was almost frightening."I and the senor began to snicker. 640% OFF FI R
pondered about it for along thing," he said. "I used to give
In First Spring Start. while and then I came up Nick an occasional rest after he Dayton
with a brilliant idea. There was had had a bad day or two fanned of TharobredsWorUl DAYTON THOROFARE
strikeouts. Jim Bunning
one obvious solution. I would Hnett. Smfet* Tiret
I I By TED MEIER Belinsky blanked the Indians Rookies Jesus Alou and Jim seek the advice of the greatestof him two or three times and I
Associated Press Sports Writer in the second inning by striking .Hart starred for the Giants. all bank directors, my old decided to rest Nick the next 670x15 750x14
I Alou in the first and day. Then Short came to me, !
tripled He is such
Bo Belinsky is. as wild as a out the side after two walks. Bo pal, Casey Stengel.
March hare. came home on Hart's sacrifice a t fiscal genius that the bank he all excited.
was slated to work three innings ny. In the seventh Alou beat out directs in Glendale had to open 'Is Nick playing today he

t At least he was Tuesday in but Manager Bill Rigney an infield single and Hart dou- new branches in order to take said. 695 1095
l>> his first start for the Los Angeles -removed him after the second bled him home to start a three- care of the rush of business. I 'No,' I said.
Angels on the spring exhibition ran uprising. dropped over to St. Pete recently 'Do you realize Don Mossi
he threw too
"because many '
J baseball schedule. to see him. 'is pitching for them? he said.

*1.} The southpaw who become a'' pitches." Bob Shaw yielded only one 'Case,' I said, 'how does a '''Remember the time a coupleof Tube Type Black Tubeless Black
t hit in the first three innings to when we watched
with no-hitter in direct bank years ago
celebrity a I Leon Wagner, traded to guy a Plus Tax and Tire Off Your Car
i 1962, then slumped and was register his second victory of 'There ain't nuthin' to it,' Baltimore and Detroit on an
Cleveland by the the Angels, the for the unbeaten Gi- date Nick hit two of the
spring open
sent down to Hawaii in the Pa- he said. 'You go into the fancy]
cific Coast League last season, was one of Belinsky's strikeout meeting room and you just sit longest home runs off Mossi I 50% DISCOUNTALL
victims in his first appearance '
gave up only two hits and ants.GHS there; and never open your yap. ever saw.
his former teammates.In II '
said.
against 'That's I
fanned four in a two-inning stint Girls As long as you don't say nuthin' right,
; against Cleveland at Tucson.In fact he didn't hit the ball they don't know whether you'resmart 'Thanks, Ed, for reminding me.' WHITE WALL BLEMISHES
between he issued three out of the infield in three at Golf Team or dumb. When the quest- "So I put Nick back in the 750.800850900950x14BRAKES
bats. In addition he dropped a line-up. He didn't hit even short
bases balls made wild ion of a loan comes up if it's a
on a t
f fly ball in foul territory and Wins Match homers off Mossi. He didn't hit
friend
; '( and beaned of yours you vote to giveit
pitch nearly pitcher
Dick Donovan of the Indians. drew a salute from the Angel to him and if he ain't a friend anything. All he did was fan. SoI RELINED FRONT ENDALIGNMENT
I bench. grabbed Short that night.
don't.
Gainesville School's
1 And one of the two hits he High girls you
1! golf; team defeated Eustis 182- "With such sound advice I 'The next time you get a Parts and Labor Included
yielded was a 450-foot homer The San Francisco Giants '
a 202 in a match at the Golf and have a feeling I will be a com- bright idea, old buddy I said
by Wally Post with two on in beat Boston 5-1 at Phoenix for Camber
him be if 6
Country Club. The match was plete success as a bank director. to 'I'll grateful you $14.95 $19.95
(' the first innings. The hefty wale their fourth straight victory in 'played) over nine holes. ." keep it to yourself.' 695 9 Caster
: lop started Cleveland on the the only other exhibition sched- Kit Green led GHS with a 43 The gay caballero has so' Those close friends and accomplices -
i i way to a 9-7 victory. uled Tuesday. while Jan Jacunski had a 45, much native shrewdness that Short, and Lopez, 15,000 MilesGuaranteed 25,000 MilesGuaranteed O Toe In

Beverly George 46; and Candy the banking business won't flus- made a daring deal with the
:; Lohr, 48., ter him a bit, Casey's coaching, Orioles last year. They gave
It; : 27 Floridians Ilene Zaleski had a 43 for to the contrary. He has virtually up Luis Aparicio and Al Smith
Eustis while Mary Sprinkle had rebuilt the White Sox until for Ron Hansen the unproven X INTERNATIONAL N
46, Sandy Coleman, 56; and Jim Landis is the lone holdover Nicholson and Pete Ward, an *CONSUMER CHARGE
Marguerite Owens, 57. from the 1959 pennant winners untried rookie. They were blast- X VV j J-Sj r MOTT'SANY
I In 'Cycle Races Girl golfers who score 55 or and Al still has kept his teamin ed for the trade but it developed .

less for nine holes qualify for contention, finishing secondto into a huge success. Now they WE WILL HONOR
'I the state tourney to be played the Yankees last year. have let go of an old standby,
DAYTONA BEACH Florida National standings with 31 next month. GHS already has One of his more impressiverescue Nellie Fox, and gambled that MAJOR LISTED SUNOCO SERVICECREDIT
i will send 27 riders, representing points. In the Daytona 200, the qualified an entire team. jobs was his nudging Don Buford, the batting champion -
i 18 cities to the annual AMA II country's longest, richest, and along the road to future stardom and most valuable playerof CARD
',I Motorcycle Classics at Daytona .most important bike race, Tony ABC ClubMeeting of Dave Nicholson! : the_ muscu: the International League, can J 1605 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-7537 t
;: International Speedway Friday and his fellows will be shooting lar power hitter to whom the replace him at second.
R through Sunday. ,for $12,000 in prize money anda Baltimore Orioles once handed '

Six Floridians, headed by whopping 101 national points. Set a $110,000 bonus and then gave ,.
1) Tony Murguia of Key West, John Kieddrowski of Nep- up on. The senor coaxed him
) will go to the post in the Class- tune Beach. and Joe Kenney, ALACHUA HIGH SPRINGS along and big Nick slammed 22
ics feature the Daytona 220- Pensacola, will ride for Floridain -%The ABC Club will meet at homers many game-winners, .
on Sunday. Murguia is general. the 100-mile amateur race Santa Fe High School at 8 p.m. although he did set a major
l ly rated as the state's top hand- which opens the Classics on tomorrow. league record of 175 strikeouts.
ler.r a motorcycle and finished Friday. All members are urged to at- "I expect Nick to hit 35 homers j> MI
tend. There will be discussion and cut down on his strike-
i well up in the 1963 AMA Grand Florida will field 19 novice
I of basketball "
a banquet to fete outs, said his confident
Y riders m tne vb-miie race for I the standout Rebel ij
cage team per. "But he'll have to
I that class on Saturday. This which gained the regional finals to wait longer for the SkiJr.1
UF Frosh 'race shares Saturday's spotlightwith this season. "That reminds me of
the 100-mile race for ex-

i I, Gets EvenFlorida's machines.perts and Murguia amateurs and on 250cc Jim Six-Pony-Hitch Is One I ,

Nicks of Tampa are entered for J
freshman baseball this event, always one of the .
team evened its series with most thrilling of the ClassIcs. Or Horse Show FeaturesAmong s

Manatee Junior College yesterday -! (One of the entrants in novice N
by scoring an 8-3 victory! class is George Treaster of feature attractions at pair, known as the swing team
at Perry Field. The Baby Ga Jacksonville son of GainesvilleSun the Gainesville Horse Show, turns the fire wagon. Last come AUTO
tors now have a 4-2 record. circulation employee E.b: March 19-21, will be a fast step- the wheel ponies who do mostof
Danny Orr went the route for, Treaster). ping exhibition of teamwork and the pulling. They are the
the UF yearlings, allowing six All four feature races in skill by the Victor Comptometer heaviest pair, providing the _
J hits fanning seven and walk- which close to 500 machines are Corporation Six-Pony Hitch. weight necessary to make quick _
Ing three. Orr is from Jackson entered, will be run for the first The matched Shetlands per-. stops.
I ville. time over the Speedway's full form precision maneuvers while I
Outfielder Harry Fehrman of 3.81-mile track and road course. pulling a miniature fire engine. For six months, the Shetlands"go
Brooksville and infielder Gary This is one of the fastest racing I It is a five-eights scale repro- to school" learning to respond -
Young of Fort Lauderdale each layouts in the world, combiningas !duction of an antique steam in unison to their driver's !!!!
i had two hits for the UF. John it does the high-banked turns pumper in the Smithsonian In every command. Raised on !:
.li Frye and Hopkins had two hits 'and long straights of the Speed- stitution. Fernwood Farm in Barrington,
each for Manatee. way proper, with the winding, With the fire engine belching Illinois, they are owned by A
The UF freshmen will playat infield road. smoke and clanging its bell, the C. Buehler, chairman and president -
Dade Co. Junior College This course is expected to dapper animals scamper of Victor Comptometer :;:" Let a Florida National auto loan put you in thedriver's

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Rizzo, Howell ((4)), Billingham than 100 miles per hour for the a by-gone era. at many rodeos horse ; 4f .a;
((6)) and Smith Moxley ((8)); first time in the 27-year historyof The lightest or lead ponies do shows, fairs and charity events t amount of cash.
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Prev.TODAY'S Cose .Components DOW JONES Ist 'nr I Steers for (; 'vi I Ie Show



I Readers' Request I 809.35 I Indusl I Up 2.71

192.13 I Rails I tUp 0.62 Area 4-H, FFAers to Enter

139.61 I UtiL I lup 0.36

I I **(e The requested following specifically market by quotations readers 282.55 I Stocks I lUp 0.90 Beef for Prizes SalesBy ; :

f fens the are Sun furnished financial by page.Pierce.The quota Wul- S""OCK. LISTINGS 5,500,00 I Volume I 1,760,000 ,

j lern here.,) Murphey Investment Service WALTER MIXSON gin at 10 a.m. Friday at the

Slow Sun Area Editor 'Gainesville L i estock Market, I
Anheuser Busch 47% N Y S E Most Active Stocks Savings with the auctioneer trying to

N. Y. STOCK Anodyne ._ ._ 4* Comp. VoL Close Changes The ninth annual Greater i elicit record prices from buy-
EXCHANGEAbbott Citizens Bank 34 199 400 ReA 39up1 Gainesville Area Steer Show and
ers. The grand champion steer
I Conn Lt & Pow '_ 36% 143 200 Chrysler 48 up % May Tighten Sale will begin tomorrow morn- :will "go on the block" first, to -IW
87 700 Helene Curt 29 off with the weighing in of &
Lab 2.40 112 Cowles Mag & PB 13% % 2% ing be followed by the reserve _

Allied Cem 1.80 54% Dun & Bradst '_ 62% 75 200 Xerox 87up3% some 60 fat steers at the ,champion. _
Firs West Fine 63 800 Zenith 85up2% MortgagesMIAMI Gainesville Livestock Market.
19
The record recetved at
77V'4 price
Amerada Pt 2.00 68 700 Ford Motor 57 % The steers will be entered
p by
up I
Florida Gas 11% the Gainesville show is the $1.40a
Am Elc Pow 1.16b 41% Fla. Nat'l Bank ._ 40 65 900 Control Data 78% up 4% BEACH (APA FFA and 4-H Club exhibitorswho
pound paid for the grand
I Amer Enka 1.40a 61% 53 800 Gen
Motors % for the several
84up1 tighter mortgage situation past
Fla.TeI. 28 money champion of the 1959 show. The
64%
Amer Home 1.44a
47100AmT&T 139 off % months have been and
Forrest Labs ._ ._ 27 may result from a trend of feeding next highest price $1.10
was a
Amer M Fdy .90 17% 46 200 Gen Elec 88% up 2 I grooming them to bring out Et;
; ArmcoStl3.OO...... 75 Founders Life 7* 46 100 Reynolds Met 40% up % slower savings and the present I champion beef potentialities.The pound for the grand championof _
Franklin LiCe 55 the 1962 show. Last
; Atch Topka 1.20a 28% 43 300 Beth Steel 36 up % rate of new housing youthful exhibitors hail year'sgrand
Great Amer ._ 151'. construc-I champion steer, exhibitedby
Bauch Lomb 1.20 347/s 42 000 Penn R R 34upl tion, the president of from FFA chapters and 4-H
: Baxter Lab .36 25% Grolier 47* 40 000 Parke Davis 31% off % Savings and Loan League said I clubs in Alachua County, Levy Allen Nicely, Micanopy 4-H- NI
Gulf Life 57% fetched 90 -
er, cents a pound
56%
38
Beckman In 700 Lionel
5 up % today. County Gilchrist County and r "'
Herff Jones ._ 16 I I """
Beech LF S 1.10 46% Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks Bradford and Union counties. paid by Publix Supermarkets.The li ...

Bristol My .80 ..- .- 64% Home Insurance 64% Volume Close Change Eugene M. Mortlock, New: The show and sale this average price per pound 4

Brown Shoe 3.40 Jax 1\Iinit Mkts ._ 61hKennasaw 108 700 Syntex Corp 73% off 3V4 York City, the trade group's will be staged over a two-day year period -I paid last year was 34.72 cents. ? ,
Life ._ ._ 13% 96 chief officer, addressed the At the recent Suwannee River ..
; Brunswick 10% 000 Gent PJywd} 10% off 3% instead of one day. General .
Cambell S. 2.40 115% LifeofFla. 5% 69 400 Lafayette Rad 6% off % opening session of the Annual show chairman A. T. Andrews Beef Cattle Show and Sale, the :;"
Lowes Company 18Va 63 400 Southeastern Conference of Savings average price paid last year .",
Carter Pdt l.OOa 64 Hycon Mfg 3 up V said this is to allow more ',"
t Case J. I. ..- 10% Milgo Electron ._ 151A1 57 300 Seabd WId Ar 8% off Vt and Loan Associations.One time for all the events. was 34.72 cents. At the recent r---------- SW _j jI : :,"! VI

Cessna Air 1.00 _.. 26% Mort. Guaranty Ins 251A1 likely effect of the current Suwannee Rver Beef Cattle I \ *'::a:

Ches Ohio 4.00 69% Pacific SW Air 41th Late MorningN. tightening in the mortgage market After weighing in of steers to- Sale, the average price paid ;]

CoasSGas.._ 36>% Schlitz Brewing .. 461A1 Mortlock said, "will be to morrow mo r n tog, a livestock by buyers was 41 cents a pound. L_ -<"" .,
CBS 1.80b 45% Secur. We & Tr. 53 halt the rise of loan maturitiesand judging contest will start at I Sponsors of the Gainesville show

Comb Eng 1.20 28 Southern Nitro 17Y. ListingAllis loan-to-price ratios." 10:30 a.m.Starting. I will be trying to top that aver- Steer Show EntrySanta

Cone :Mills .80 16V4 Travelers Ins ._ 470/
Chal 17% Int Harv 66% "As conditions in the mortgage at 2 p.m. tomorrow, age.The sa 1 e of the show steers
Contl Airl .40 21% Alcoa 78% Int Nick 73%' market become more favorable -the steers will be paraded before will conclude the 1964 Greater Fe FFA member Jimmy Emerson uses a .,

Contl Ins 2.20 ..- 58V4 AMERICAN AmAir 41% Int Pap 31% to the lenders, they will the careful scrutiny of the Gainesville Area Steer Show. curry comb on this 950-pound Hereford steer which "
_..
_
Contrl Dat 78% STOCK EXCHANGE Am Brk 55 Jones & L 74 be reflected by somewhat firmer show judge, Sloan Baker of the Chairman Andrews said that will be entered in the Greater Gainesville Steer Show'"
CornPdtsl.50...... 65%
Delta Air 1.60 82* AmBdPar 35% Kais Al 39 interest rates and also by Florida Agricultural Experiment this annual event is gaining in by fellow FFAer Carlton Deloach. Emerson was ..

I Det Steel .60 13% Aerojet-Gen __- .*-. 34% AmCan 41% Ken'cott 84 growing selectivity by lendersin Station at Quincey.One stature among steer shows comparing Deloach's steer with one he will enter in >.

Emerson El 1.00 42% Analex Corp 28% AmCyan 62% Lig & My 75% screening borrowers and in of the show highlights, a in the state, and this year's version the show, and the currying came automatically. The

Fair Camra .SOg 30VaFinanl Aqua Chem 19% AmMot 16% Loch'd 38% establishing mortgage contrao-buyers banquet, will begin at the promises to be one of the show starts at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow. (Sun photo by

Fed 59 Va Aurora Plastics ._ 31% AT&T 141 Lorillard 44% tual terms," Mortlock said. .Gainesville High School Cafeter-I best. Buzz Mixson) ..

I Fst Chartr 1.97f 44 Barnes Engineer ._ 23% AT&t Rt 2 1.16 Mag'vox 38% Mortlock told the group the ia at 7:30 pjn. Thursday. At this

Fla E Cst 10IA Butler Shoe ._ 7% AmTob 28% Mpls Hon 125 nation's savings and loan associations event co sponsored by the

Food Fair .90 19;. Cinerama ._ 16% Ampex Cp 16% MM&M 68% have experienced a substantial Gainesville Chamber of Commerce Pay Boost for Congressmen \
Anaconda 47% Mohasco 13%
11%
FMC Corp 1.00 52% Chromaloy decline In new savings show donors are recog-
Armour 49% Mons'to 69%
Gen Tele .88 32th Computer Sci 23% since mid-1963 while their mortgage 'lized and prospective buyers .

Ga Pacifi 1.00b 60Y" Cutter Labs 18% Babcock 59 Mont Wd 36V4 lending volume has remained -have an opportunity to meet the Due Vote in House Today
a. Data Control ._ 37% Beth Stl 36V4 Nat Dair 69
Getty Oil .10g 27% at a record leveL youthful cattlemen with whom
Boeing 410/ Nat Dist 26V4 .
Grace Co 1.00b 490HeIne / Hilton Inds 8% they will be doing business at .. .

Curt .80 29% Gen Develop S 4% Borden Brunswk 73N.AmAv 10V4 53 49% The decline in savings was the steer sale on Friday.The WASHINGTON (AP) The make government pay comparable -assistant secretaries would get .
1 Airlines 7% Penney blamed Mortlock in-
IBM 5.00 568th Mackey by on House votes toay on a bill that with that in private industryup $9,500-a-year increases and other -
CaterTr 59% Pa RR 34
% dinner
directedby I
Mead Johnson 22% creased consumer spending and program,
Tnt Min C 1.80a 8Y"Int
would middle level and to administratorswould
; grant $10,000-a-year to the top-ranking
; Tele 1.00 54'p % Pac NW Tel ._ 23 Celanese 62 Pep Cola 50% growing public participation inthe chairman Harry Lydick, also pay
raises to members of make executive-level salaries
Congress.
Philips Elec 45% Chrysler 48% Phil Mor 73% stock market. will include presentation of get an added $9,000-a-
.llogg .80a ..- 43 I Nearly else on the high enough to attract people of
CocaCola 127% Phill Pet 48% show everyone
and
t Lehman Cp 1.34e 29% Redwing Carriers 10% Frank E. Schlegel Sr., Norfolk -, trophies awards to year.
federal payroll also would bene- ability.
10 Com Ed 50% RCA 39 Va. winners of the gain in-weight
RIC former first vice
,
', Litton In 1.9Sf % Group president -
67 fit from the bill but the congressional Getting $10,000-a-year increases For postal workers and career
R. Wts ._ 8 Con Edis 83%Rep Stl 43% of the southeastern contest. Bud Riviere of the San-
,, LoneSCml.00.- Sperry ._ ._ ._ 73% Cont Can 43%Revlon 39% was elected conference to Fe FFA Chapter will be mas- pay raise is the key to the along with members of the government employes raises
Syntex president.He
Marsh Fid 1.60 39% rest of the package. House and Senate would bethe would range from 1.7 per centto
Dow Che 69%Rey Tob 39% ter of ceremonies.Sale .
Elec 25% will
Martin 1\1 1.00 Tampa serve a one year term.
18% vice president, Supreme 22.5 per cent, with the aver-
duPont 260% P
Tech Measur 22 StReg 33% Having voted to cut taxes and
:McG Hill .60a 37IA of the show steers will be-
mailman and
$ Court justices, Cabinet officials age government
TWA Wts ._ 17% EAL 34V4 Seaboard 47% pledged to economize in
Mead Corp 1.70 44'Va govern-
Two and those at the immediate secretary getting about $450 a \
'-4 Valspar ._ .. E. Kodak 128%Sears 106% InjuredIn ment members are reluc. t
Merck 2.00a many
117% sub-Cabinet level. Deputy andTeamsters' year more.discussion". !
II Nail Airl .80 -.. 46 a Also extra or extrasb Firestone 43V4 Sinclair 45% Fla. Exhibit tant to put $10,000 more in public .1

NY Cent .SOg 3S Annual rate plus stock dividend Fla Pw 45%Socony 71% CollisionThree funds into their own pockets4and 'f

; Nia 1\1 Pow 2.00- 50th Fla P&L 78 SouthnC 54% then face the voters. 'Better Image'Drive

Norfolk W 6.00 Ford 57 Sperry R 17% persons suffered minor I Opens April 22 I I
1221k
-
FInst Da 9StO NJ 82 injuries in a collision yester The bill's chances are brightif

No No Ind Nat P Gas S 1.48 1.80- -. 560/52\4 e Declared or paid so far this Frept Sill 36% Studebak 8 day afternoon at NW 16th Boulevard -, TALLAHASSEE (APFlor- it can be passed by a voice I Detours on Hoffa
Freuh Tr 31 Swift 49V4 and 34th Street. ida will open a $6.5 million exhibit vote avoiding the necessityfor
Olin Math 1.20 47% year Gren Dyn 29%Texaco 74% at the New York World's members to go on record for WASHINGTON (AP) A in recent public relations -

Owens II G 2.50 95 Gen El 89% Thiokol 17 They were treated at Alachua I Fair April 22. or against it. But a determined Teamsters Union effort to build conferences sponsoredby

.. Pac G&E 1.00 31* I f Paid in stock in 1963, estimated Gen Fds 90% U Carbid 119% General Hospital. effort to force a roll call is expected "a better public image" got > the Eastern Conference of '
Pac LUng 2.40 cash value ex-divi- The State World's Fair Authority .
58% on Gen Mills 39% Unit Airc 45% to be made and if it succeeds slightly off course when reporters -Teamsters, a union spokesman i
Pac T&T 1.20 dateg Injured were Andrew Kmetz
30% dend or exdistribution reported to the governorand lot
t Gen Mtrs 84% Un Fruit 20% the outcome will be in wanted to talk more said.
Pan Amer A 1.20 last Jr. and Esther Kmetz, both of
Paid
67* yearMUTUAL Goodrich 57% US Steel 55% Cabinet Tuesday that a doubt. about the future of James R. But it turned out that Charles
Parke Day 1.00 Mulberry, and Alberta Jones
310/4 Goodyr 46 Univ Mat 12% trained porpoise would leap into There was a possibility the Hoffa: president of the union, Bell, president of the Washington -
1 Pennzoil 2.00 70I FUNDS &: Greyhnd 52% WestgEl 35% Route 3, Box 242. the air from the pool to cut a bill would be withdrawn if a roll than about Teamsters plans for I Joint Conference of Teamsters -

I I Pfizer Perkin.80a El 44 INVESTMENT CO. Gulf Oil 51% Winn Dix 30% Police charged Kmetz with ribbon and formally open the call vote is ordered.A community bake sales, fish 1 was willing to talk about

DG -3.00--- 47% Woolwth 74% failing to yield the right of way exhibit.A final vote was not expected fries and arts-crafts shows. I Hoffa's recent conviction of

Phelps Polaroid .20 -.. 67 from a stop sign as he traveled display of trained porpoiseswill before late in the day-or maybeeven Hoffa "hasn't been a point of: jury tampering in Tennessee."If .

I Pub Sv E G-,2.60- 155 Affiliated Fund 8.54 To Give Talk north on NW 34th Street. The be a featured part of the Thursday.The I Jimmy Hoffa goes to jail

76th Capital Life & Gr. Jones car was eatbound on 16th Florida show and is expected to bill, backed by the administration something will have to be done"
1 Pure Oil 1.60 :
Rayonier 1.00 -_-_- 43% Divers Growth ._ 9.60 On MarketingTAMPA Boulevard. Damages totaled bring in nearly $3 million revenue and by many lead Rests said Bell. .

Rexall .SOb ..- 381A1Reyn Dividend Shares 3.66 about $450.it from visitors. ers in private industry, seeks to Does this mean, .Bell was ,.

Met .50 40 Dreyfus ._ ._ .. 19.85 Dr. Myron Heid aSKea u mat" noiia couia not run .

Rich Merr 1.00 49iIt Fidelity Capit 11.06 ingsfield, who holds the new the 1.7-million member union
Fidelity Fund 17.27 from ?
C Cola 1.20 Ruby'sDefense jail
48 Food Fair chair of
marketingat
Roy Dutch 1.73g -. 43 Fidelity Trend ._ 18.30 the University of Florida, will! YOUR MONEY'S WORTH "I know damn well he can't,"

Searle Gd .90 _- Fund'tal Invest 10.65 said Bell.
58; be featured at the
a speaker
;). 2.00 Income of Boston 8.26
4 Singer 85 two-day conference on Managers The frank exchange at a news
Inc 9.72
,, Smith KIn 1.20a 66% Keystone Incorporated K-2 ._ ._ 5.58 Theories of Management Income conference was a new experience -
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Sterl Texas Drug Util 1.20.65 ..-- 28 59'h Life Life Investors Stock Fund__.__ '1.62 Friday. Heidingsfield and Saturday.Dr. will. speakon ---_ By Sylvia Porter ..- < Ij'Income : rested Jack today Ruby's in the murder first case moment international headquartershere. .

Mass. Inv Trust 16.17 ---- '
Textron 1.40 after the jury filed into
R 41 ._ managers' theories of mar- averaging is an entirely reduces the extra tax due to 1 you I've simplified consider ..
Mass Inv. Growth 8.59 courtroom.As '
.34 Tidewater 36r 4 keting at the luncheon sched- new tax break created by pyramiding of a lot of income ;ably. Actually, it's a highly complex the The Eastern Conference covers -
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Pioneer Fund 9.73
'r TransWA- 33% Puritan Fund ._ 9.32 uled for 1 p.m. Saturday at the the 1964 tax law and it is avail into one year by, in effect, treating : rule and the .reasonably soon as the jury of eight more than 500,000 Teamsters .
Union Pac 1.6Oa 41 of Student of who the amountas of averaging income men and four women was members over the entire I
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Und Air seated Joe B. Brown eastern seaboard of the United
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Upjohn 1.00 TV & Elec 8.13 asked chief defense counsel States and of Canada. It
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Value Line Inc ._. 5.45 sought most actively by professional -five: years-and the five-year I come exceedingly complicatedif .
War Lamb .70 26% New Rules in Melvin Belli who he was callingas has separate headquarters here
cur-
Fund athletes, entretainers, spread-out is achieved withoutthe you have capital gaines .
Wellington 14.87 "
Jim Walter
from the International Team-
his first witness
30 writers and others with sharply reopening of any returns for rent or past years or have income today.
Worthintn 1.50 38 & Purchases 480 015 I "The defense rests, your sters building, where Hoffa has ",
For Teachers fluctuating incomes, it actually prior or later years. Here's a from inherited property or
... Short Sales 6 101 "
\ Xerox 87 & Sales offers tax advantages to brief summary of how it works, receive property as a gift. honor, Belli _said. u his offices. :.:
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Zenith 1.203 This marked the end of direct
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Total Sales 477 348 ( ) -
OVER THE COUNTER Institute of America minimum tax when he testimony. Both the defense and Thieves Hit :
Advances 553 state rules on teacher certifica- sional men, employes or even Research : pay a

AUco Land '_ '. n Declines _- _ 497 tion today reqired a prospective -market speculators who makea (1) Determine your average prepares returns next year, an the prosecution! witnesses.have lists of rebuttal be- .-.

Amer Fidel Life 2-t Unchanged ____ 278 teacher to major in the quick "killing. taxable income for the years accountant will have to recheck called later this week They may depending
The new break may save taxes 1960-63. Say this average comesto their returns for the previousfour BowlingAlley
Amer Heritage 20 Total Issues 1328 subject she teaches. what each side does in
on
Amer Nat Ins ._ 21 New 1963-64 Highs 75 The State Cabinet adopted,revision for you whether you are an $6,000. years and compare 1964'sincome the battle guilt ..
Amer Pion'r Life 5% New 1963-64 Lows 13 of teacher licensing rules individual proprietor, a partneror ((2)) Multiply this by 133 1-3 with the average for in over the Ruby's Nov. or 24 Safe
and This works out to those This innocence slaying :
Tuesday which officials sale a corporation executive, per cent years. process I
,. of Lee Harvey Oswald, accused
tax
i. income of the
A of plus making necessary
covers almost every type $8,000 on an average
alSO would give schools of education ;
J NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MARCH 10 at the universities more income you have. It can be from $6,000. computations is going to be assassin of President John F. No leads or suspects have :

I I .c New York Time* leeway in deciding what a teacher salaries, commissions, sale of (3) Now determine your 1964 I tough. Kennedy.The been turned up in the probe of HZ ..
High Low Close Net Chg. candidate merchandise, dividends, inter- taxable income. If this isn't But despite the complications, last witness for the defense a safe cracking that netted :
studies.
'25 Roils 133.19 131.72 132.7C Up .37 I There have been complaints in est even short-term capital more than $3,000 above the fig- the income averaging break is was Dr. Manfred Gutt- burglars $800 here early Mon- j )4

25 Industrials 812.81 802.69 809.91 Up 3.06 Florida that teachers endmost gaines. ure you arrived at in (2)) important to you. Right now macher, Baltimore psychiatrist. day morning, police reported :g T

50 Stocks 473.00 467.20 471.30 Up 1.71 of their time studying s p You might, for instance, be a $8,000 you're not permittedany vou should- take- the time to Guttmacher was on the stand today. r
I real estate salesman who hits income averaging relief. figure out any unusually big through most of Tuesday. His -
teaching methods and don'tlearn
have 'bonuses fees commissions, etc., testimony; in which he gave the The burglary was at Palm :
a jackpot sale and gets a whop But let's assume you a ,
much about the subject Lanes 2606 Waldo Road.
STOCK ping commission. Or you mightbe great year and earn $20,000 in I which you expect to receive be- opinion that Ruby was not legally Z
they will teach.Police .
FLASHESNEW Police said
I he killed Oswald entry was gained J
when ,
a lawyer who collects a big 1964. Since this is $12,000 more tween now and the end of 1964. sane
MARKET formed the keystone of the defense to the building by prying.
and You should decide whether these
Chief fee. In both cases the new lawn than the $8,000 you qualify open a side door. Inside, the : .
mean a substantial tax you can use income averagingon should be part of your 1964 income case.
YORK (AP) Stock on 1,600 shares. the $12,000. or whether you should Belli had said previously he door to the office was pried 5 ,
Has Line'FOSTER saving to
market prices were mixed at General Dynamics dropped 'Open The reason you.income averaging (4)) Instead of calculating your aim for an even greater tax still has two or three witnesses. open to reach the safe.Thesafealsowas :.. .

opening today. % to 29% on 1,500() shares. R.I. (APThe) helps so many taxpayers is that I tax on $20,000 of taxable income,I break by trying to defer them His move in resting the case pried op- : .:

Trading was moderately ac Goodyear was unchanged at town council has ,decided to our income tax rates rise as you compute it on the basis that into 1965 when you can get in- I came as a complete srprise. en, apparently with a -=row : :

tive.Most 45% on 1,700 and Republic Steel seek funds at this month's town our income rises. Thus, the tax you received $12,000 of the come averaging plus the lower Dist. Atty. Henry M. Wade bar, police said. : -,
price changes of key Chief Ed- is only 16 cents on $1 of incomeat $20,000 over five years at the rates that will be in effect then. gave no Indication as to whetherhe
meeting to Police :
issues were narrow. was up % at 43% on 1300. get the lowest tax braket in 1964. same tax rates. A married man Another key point to note is will call rebuttal witnesses. They pinpointed the time of

Opening blocks included: New On a block of 6,000 shares, mund telephone'line F. Maher Jr. off and a onto seven-aprhate But the tax-is 47% cents on the who uses this averaging provision -that income averaging is virtually -If he does not call any, the defense the burglary at between 3:30 Sand 1 04

I York Central, up V at 35% on Ford remained unchanged at 57. :party same $1 of income to a single in 1964 would pay a tax of equivalent to a one-shot will have no opportunityto 7:30 a.m. The alley was m
line.
I 2.600 shares; Sears, Roebuck, up U. S. Steel slipped % to 55% man already earning $18,000,i i $4,300. Without averaging, his deal every five years. Obviously,. summon additional wil- checked by patroling officers J

% at 106% on 1,200; Interna- on 2,500 shares. I The chief often has confidential -and it's as much as 77 cents on tax on $20,000 would be $4,720 it's important for you to plan I to I nesses. Then the case, exceptfor at about 3:30, they said, and :

tional Telephone, up V at 55 on I Yesterday the Associated complaints-but how confidential -that $1 going to a top-bracket I- a saving from this break make the most of that one shot., closing arguments to the the burglary was discovered *

3,000 shares, and Pan American' Press average of 60 stocks ad- can you get on a seven-individual.The atone of $420. Tomorrow: Employ moving. jurors, would be ready to go about 7:30 a.m., according to g..

World Airways, up % at 57 vanced .2 to 299.6. party line? income averaging break In explaining this provision to Child care cense.. immediately fto the jury. police. .

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1 DEAR ABBY ( ;i-tri i1 OKAY UNUS_ NOh), IDOtfTWANTWTO WRAT I DO I'LL iiow ii A 600DMANAGERCHARt.IE ra.YOU'RE .
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I 4tWRE 6044v TOj 6ET'UTTLE LEASUEfW ELWi), WITH MFOR iOOBLAN BROWN : "
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reply, write to Abby. Box 3365. AWHILE. ASsoLurav no CURVE BALLSif !

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"! _* DEAR ABBY: That letter from the mother who wrote that have announced their plans to wed this summer. We feel that -65 ISTHE NUMBER THASS// I YOU"MtSs CRONN YOU TONIGHT WILL; LEAVE IN MY PRIVATE FOR RIO THE NEXT MORMIN1G \-

;' her teen-age daughter said she was spending the night at her this happiness will be short-lived because she will be an elder- WINNING ) Iv, AMERICAN A PLANE-TO COMPETE .. E.

girl friend's house, and who later found out she had lied, struck ly lady while he is still in the prime of life. What is your MUFFIN !! KPAMp:'.' \rf/>> FOR."M1SS '

dpse to home with me. I did the same thing when I was 16, opinion? r UNIVERSAL KRAMPV7 9l' o'It.

two years ago. The mother asked you, "Why would a girl lie THE FAMILIES e:= -_. -Lt k' -OS \ .

about something like that?" And you replied, "Because she :; t.9J \\.
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DEAR FAMILIES: Some men are "old" at 40, while some
didn't have the courage to tell the truth." I can tell you why I
: women are still "young" at 70. All that is necessary for a suc- Zp
: lied, Abby. Because if I told my mother I had a date, she ; GS
:1 cessful marriage is that each partner needs the other for some- P
would ask me who with, where I met him, who his parentswere < .
thing. This appears to be the case. They are both old enoughto 'l1
and lots of questions like that, so rather than go throughthe 'I 1 OEas
add, so don't worry about their future. i>> spa
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third degree, I lied. If parents didn't have to know the life \ pA OF
history of their daughters dated there wouldn't be ..... FD! Z.Q.C \ ctG _nJOR y
j every boy DEAR ABBY am a widow, better off financially than vY. YDLY w w "'

so much lying. most of my friends and relatives. When they go out to dine I
HAD TO LIE :I
HOWDY SHORE
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WHEN VE GIVE ii1
ME
am often invited to join them. Naturally, one of the men pres- RUFEl!! I SNUFFVU!! TICKLED TO SEE ON AIRTH TH' "HOWDY'I SEEN

DEAR HAD: If a girl can't tell her parents who the boy is, ent will ask for the check. It would be embarrassing for the y 1 AINt SEEN VE DONE SO GOOD DID VE FOUR GOLD TEETH

where she met him, and a few other pertinent facts, she has men, and also for me, if I were to ask for the check. Yet, I E VOL) IN) OFF IN TH'FLYTLANDS KNOW
no business going out with him. And any boy who permits a EEz / THAT? 4
want to carry my own weight. What can be done to reciprocate rYEARS
girl to lie to her parents is bad news.
? Don't advise me to entertain them at home. I haven'tthe
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chances for happiness are in a marriage between a man of 36 MRS. R. J

and a woman of 55. They are both wonderful people. There is
DEAR MRS. R.: Invite your guests to one of your favorite
no problem of money on either side. They've been close friends \ 3ilfreo
for many years. (She taught him in high school.) Their families dining spots. When you telephone for the reservation, ask the Gss4.u J Y
and friends never dreamed there could be a romantic interest maitre d' to instruct the waiter to bring NO bill to the table. f

between them, although he has been her constant escort. They Arrange to pay the bill privately at another time.


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.I t 7:00 O Biography who offers health "cures," O Sunrise Semester O As The World Turns

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world. This top-secret story had trouble. Every < !,t4 1 I, .. LA
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States had developed a 2,000- to mention, which is far 1
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the
superior to A-ll, and is more
mile-an hour fighter interceptor only reason the President finally radical than anything ever de- someone developed a radically] I :: wn'Teas TI Y WC''LD vv VVHHM YOU WERE I HAVSNT TURNED )biJ WILL NEVK
plane, the A-11, superior to any 1 I released the details to the press I II new kind of engine, which they e. PHILbRIE 13 CiECK IT CUT- \ORDAIN ZTWOWHT AWAY FROM AAV REUSIONL SEe CUR LITTLE
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the PJ-306. Despite pleas from I called a propeller engine. Although 11 TIRED A. ILL. LETTER G. ULD SEA CFfICER VS-HO 15 NOT I BEHIND Yoy... OVER THE COUNTRYAND I PONT i
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fiction, this engine has a large o n4 U.S.A'z fcaE
the PJ-306 story a secret, we i 1 t b.ii l ANY CASE..
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1. Estimated 27.Again A G R A M R A B o TI We first heard about the PJ- buoyancy.Air .

I 6, Shan son 29.Poetic muse T A G W A G R U M 306 when we visited Evreux Air Force generals didn't believe .4 TTEA.

+ 10. Betoken 31.Balloon M u G T E N G I H Force Base in France during it was possible but after > \ 1r1 ,

13.11.Norse Sorceress 32.basket Man's S U M A C T O W C 0 the spring of 1960. An officer the: first trials at a secret air 1 w'b
territorial nickname O F R I P T 0 G A S who had too much to drink toldus base they saw the plane takeoff

A division 33. Clear-H'mi A F T R 0 A R E that the Air Force was work- and fly to an altitude of 500 Eten A
J4. Baptismal moths P I E R C 111 G L Y ing on a plane that could fly so feet in 20 minutes. ,
sprinkling 36.Near SNARE T o D s slow that nothing could hit it. They were so impressed that

16. Molding 37. Cleopatra'i Its[ maximum speed was 100 they immediately ordered 500 of
maid SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE C2/1LL5' SN02 tools SST.
miles an hour with a good tail them and gave Spad the green S s r NrNT .. i
18. Urchins 39.Arrange KAVS A PLEASANT V IVE NEVERWCNAHYWI3
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19. Thus 40. Deliverance DOWN 8.Fr.friend wind, or seven times less than light to go ahead.Unfortunately SURP21S& FC2 VOU.' l 1 : BuczEJc23 = HANG uP. iI
20. Common- 43.Fruit drink 1. Slacken 9. Rhetorical the speed of sound. there w e r e You ARs THE LUCKY ; THERE'S A1.WAYS y
wealth 44.Climbing 2.Aardvark understate further delays. In order to have WINNER OP A Vs.LUXE ., .- SEE 1 5aAE 6WJJUOGC'AETHING *
22. Concerning vines 3.Toward meat He told us that the Air Force any value the plane had to be att LEATHER-BOON J 2
I 23. Assistance 45.Caterpillars 4.Gr.letter 10.Papas had been concerned for a long armed. Spad placed a 50-calibe l1CYLWPE IA! 5 A5 HAD{ TO BtY 1
5.Adroit 12.Positive 02 SIGN IJ?
24.Strained 47.Fencing time over the Soviet develop- machine in the ALL YbU I AVE- V
6. Escape. electric pole gun cockpit But FCZ, ORNiV 2 ti
26. Church sword ment of supersonic aircraft. The 7 1
\ reliquary: 48. Pepper Tine 7.Young girl 15.Traveler Air Force every time the pilot fired the tta I
17.Goulash to keep up, demanded gun,he shot off his own propel- y
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faster planes for itself until xtf 1I
V 4 S ff/ 21.Type
t 1 2 3ti / T 8 ler.Finally bywJR'wa 1z
/ both sides had
I'l'h measure developed planesso the Massachusetts w" ti

10 // II 12. 23.Renegade fast that they couldn't see Institute of Technology was giv- .IIi
/ 25. Enclosed each other. At this the o ry;
stage
en the problem.
I 13 14 15 chair Joint Chiefs of Staff decided They developeda .
they method of : .zHEgb
26. Sweetsop synchronizing the
,J IJ 11 14 19 27.Mites needed a new plane which would machine gun with the turn of
28. Indigenous catch the Soviets completely off the prop. .
\ lO tl if/ 22 'l"/" 23 30.While guard. They needed a plane so The plan 50KA.AOO SHOULPNT HAVE ) o IVE 60T TO PLEASE,SONA..FOR6ET
/ was ready to go COME HERE. K.JS VERY -" SEE USA! 1T.' LET ME PWVE 0
I 32.Obliterate slow that no fast Soviet fighter PR.FULLER: 15 TIED UP AT THE 'THANK \
I IS Zft 34. I into production.The MOMENT. MISS WILLIAMS.: 1bu UPSET cv rr/ J vou HOME;
i J Wmn : Crystalline could shoot it
t : compound down. I new plane has many in- HE'lL B6 WITH YOU AS 3 ,

t 29 W..: t, 96 "if'fi, S5.Windmill Everyone said it was impossible novations. The cockpit is open, E SooN AS POSSIBLE:
t r/ sails to develop such a fighter, so the pilot may jump out of q 2 +wtt
", :rz./': t'l'r'f: 35 37. Conception! and all the major airplane ma- his plane if hit. The landing gearis r i i i. Ii. I-

Ji frh l "a 33 Fr. nufacturers were reluctant to stationary, which gives the
Vh Vh 38.Incrusta- work on it. So the Air Force PJ-306 added slowness. So far .
4/ 42 7'l/ 43: : = 41.lion Immerse turned the contract over to the nothing in the Air Force has "0Y 4 V s o pc -

47 04S 46 42. Female Spad Aircraft Co. been able to catch it, and in N I 1 2' f ;

sheep The Spad designers and en- practice dog-fights the PJ-306
41 46 46. And: Pro gineers worked on it for two has shot down 367 jet fighters.

years before coming up with the Even Barry Goldwater has _
par Wee 29 min. M H.wsl..ly,.I -1-&IlI' solution. They developed a bi- been reluctant to talk about this

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I St. Pete Times Reporters Stranded Diet


. Rights Talk Keeps on Flowing GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo/


Honored for Pike ExposeATLANTA (AP) Toothpaste, chewing gum

and melted snow made up
f WASHINGTON (AP) South- 'round of speeches. So others are delivery today on the war in 'ISO well in previous civil rights the only member of that group James Currier's diet during a

n., era senators are finding it easier still in reserve. Southeast Asia. battles.On who had to speak. (AP) ReportersJack on the turnpike story from week in his snowbound auto highin

II than they apparently expectedto The Dixie senators are organ- the opening day of debate Nease and Martin Waldronof March 2 to Nov. 30, 1963. the Colorado Rockies.

keep Sen. Herman E. Talmadge, ized into the Tuesday, Sen. John Stennis, the St. Petersburg Times
up the flow of talk ne- three six-member Monday, Sen. Lister Hill, D "the
cessary to prevent a quick vote LVGa., for example sent to teams which have served them Ala., captain of one team was D-Miss., captain of another have won the 1963 Green Eyeshade During campaign the turn- "Outside of being weak I don'tfeel

on the motion to take up the civil newsmen Tuesday a copy of a team, and one of his associates award of the Atlanta pike authority chairman resigned bad," Currier said Tuesday.

il rights bill. speech he planned to make today Sen. John Sparkman, D-Ala., chapter of Sigma Delta Chi fora his office and the Florida

\: But later his office advised I Open Drive For BobbyMADISON j used up all the available time. series of stories on the Florida Legislature created a new agen- Two power line inspectors dis

In the first two days of debate -he could not even get the floor I Turnpike Authority.The cy to regulate future bond issues covered Currier huddled Monday

they had to deliver only until Friday. Wis. (AP) A tified himself as chairman and The third team, headed by award is presented an- by other state agencies.The in the back seat of his se

ly three of their planned initial committee to promote the can- the committee as: "Draft Rob- Sen. Allen J. Ellender D-La., nually for an outstanding journalistic award includes dan. He was covered with blank-

Supporters of the bill are try- didacy of Atty. Gen. Robert F. ert F. Kennedy for VicePresident was ready to take up the speak- achievement by a news- check and certificate a $100 ets.
a
ing to hold their remarks to a Kennedy for vice president was of the United States, Grass ing chores today. in presented -
man
Georgia Flor-
Z.TIyEIyCERN Alabama the
TO WH : minimum. As usual in the Sen- incorporated in Wisconsin Tues- Roots Ground Swell Commit i iI the by professional journalism Currier, 37, Is an actuarial
You are hereby notified that the. following Despite smoothly function- ida, Tennessee North Carolinaor society.An .
motor vehicle: Chev. 1139 4 ate, there are a number of tee." ing Southern analyst for a Sacramento, Calif.
performance lead-
Dr. S. No. F58A131155 will be sold at day.Papers South Carolina. honorable mention certificate -

insurance
public sale at 10:00 a.m. o'clock on speeches on extraneous subjects. were filed with the I ers of both sides remained con- Nease and Waldron firm.
focused
the 18th day of March. 1964. at 1321 I a was awarded to Douglas E.
N. Main St. Gainesville. Florida. The secretary of state by Percy fident the foes of the bill would
:Market spotlight on the and
'I, proceeds ot the tale will be applied to For example, Sen. Ernest Silver of Milwaukee. Silver a Egg financing Kennedy, chief photographer of When there Is a lot of sunspot
the payment of the cost of retaking.itoring Gruening, D-Alaska, held the permit the motion to take up the functioning of the turnpike au the Miami Herald for photographs radio
and sal of said motor vehicle Milwaukee iden- activity, 'signals are apt
I insurance man, bill to be adopted the middleof
by
and the. cost of publication of noticeof floor for an hour Tuesday, urg-. JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast thority. The Times publishedmore of a hurricane disasterin to bounce crazily around the
'
sale and then to the satisfaction of next week.
the balance due under the contract ing that U.S. troops be with-: Florida Egg Market pricesto than 4,800 column inches Haiti. earth.

With JOHN L. RENFOUR. 1125 NE drawn from South Viet Nam. retailers:
25th St.. Gainesville. Florida covering Bolshoi Ballet
the financing of said motor vehicle THIS IS THE
Any surplus will be paid to you. and Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, D-j Extra large 44%-47, mostly 47; BIG ONE OF 1964 .
balance
you will remain liable for any
remaining unpaid under said Conn., prepared a speech forIN Mishaps High large 41%-4j. mostly 43; med-

contract. ium 37M1 40 small
Dated this 28th day of February. 1964. mostly ;

ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA MOSCOW (AP) Dancers of 34-38, mostly 38.
CORPORATIONBY EIGHTH JUDICIAL t ....t
: H. U JAMERSON AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.IN CIRCUIT.IN the Bolshoi Ballet complained Poultry at farms: fryers 13*; I I e -' JOHN F SXE THE

(3150) 3:11 Gainesville Florida CHANCERY. No. Tuesday they are suffering far hens light 6-6V. : //MER.JOEl.

GEORGE J. REIFSTEK too many accidents while train-

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA vs.ETRULA SMITH REifSTECK. ing and dancing. saw"
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN Defendant i 1 full lb. KC
AND FOR ALACHUA COUN NOTICE TO DEFEND :
TV. IN CHANCERY. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: I They blamed the accidents on SIRLOIN STEAK I I

MARLENE Plaintiff.BASS BEASLEY. whose TO: ETRULA residence SMITH address Is REIFSTECK.Route 1.' the pressure to produce more $1.95Georgia 4 D-ys

vs.CLAUDE Walhalla. South Carolina. ad better dances. Some danc- 1/2-Ib. $1.50 .
M. BEASLEY W You are hereby notified that a cormplaint ''
Defendant. i against you has been filed In ers are forced to dance while 1 I 1 E I 1 'aJ 'M-
NOTICE OF SUIT the above-entitled Court by George J. 1 ,
TO: CLAUDE M. BEASLEYco Reifsteck wherein he seeks a divorce. they are ill, the complaint said. Country A."'.
R.CA. Corporation You are hereby required to file HAM STEAK : .If'of
The signed by SUSPENSE'
complaint was
Brazil South America your written defense to the complaintwith
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a suit the Clerk of said Court and serve some of the top Bolshoi stars Grits and Red-Eye GravyGood x'1 \ .1'.
for divorce has been filed against you a copy of same upon Plaintiffs attorney t ti'
by Marlene Bass Beasley. your wife. Karlene : official '
C. Hussey 11 West University and published by the
Plaintiff In the Circuit Court of the Avenue. Gainesville, Florida, Eating Podner, at the. THE SCREEN
Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for Ala- on or before March 20, 1964, and in medical newspaper, Medical EXPLODES LAST DAY
chua County, Florida. You are hereby the event you fall to file your written Workers. TOWER HOUSE TOMORROW 1
required to file your answer or other defense and serve same a decree proc AT 1:00,3:06,5:12,7:18,9:24 "4 OR TEXAS" I
pleading with the Clerk of the Court JmES'Sillm be entered I 210 E. Univ. Arc. .
and serve a copy thereof upon Plaintiff hand and official seal I NOTICE OF SALE -
attorney. James E. Clayton at Gainesville Alachua County Florida TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN i
Post Office Box 26. Gainesville. Flor this 17th day of February. 1964 You are hereby notified that the following -: -
ida no later than the 20th day of J. B. CARMICHAEL, Clerkof motor vehicle: Chev. 1(47 1962,
March. A. D. 1964 otherwise decree Circuit Court S No. 21847A214992 will be sold at public
pro confesso will be entered against Alachua County. Florida sale at 10:00 o'clock on the 18th
you By: -MARTIE WHITWORTHSEAL day of March. 1964, at 1321 North'
DATED this 17th day of February, Deputy Clerk Main St. Gainesville Florida. a
A. D. l 64J ( ) The proceeds of the sale will be applied -\ '
B. CARMICHAEL (3090) 2:19. 26; 3:4. 11 to the payment of the cost ofretaking
Clerk of the Circuit Court storing and sale of 'I
BY EMILY WATERHOUSE tor vehicle and the cost of sablk dt'
Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF SALE tion of notice of sale and then to the
(Court Seal) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN satisfaction of the balance due under\
(3093) 2:19. 263:4. 11 You art hereby notified that the the contract with JOHNNY DU-
following motor vehicle: 1959 Chevrolet ANE HOLMES. 821'NW 8th Ave..
1837 Impala F59A149033 will be Gainesville Florida covering the fin-,
IN THE C I R CUlT COURT. EIGHTH sold at public sale at 3:00 p. m. o' ancing of said motor vehicle Any QiCW.ING.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR clock on the 19th day of March 1964. surplus will be paid to you and you
ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDAIN at 113 NE 16th Avenue, Gainesville. will remain liable for any balance remaining -
CHANCERY .Florida. The proceeds of the sale unpaid under said contract. JJ
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS will be applied first to the payment of ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT -MEAT L-V
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF '
the costs
I of retaking storing and sale CORPORATIONBY
JACKSONVILLE of said motor vehicle and the cost of : H. l. JAMERSONDated
Plaintiff. publication of notice of sale and thento this 28th Day of February 1964.
.v.. the. satisfaction of the balance due (31S2) 3:11 *
OLUS A. HARRIS and IMOGENEE. under the contract with GILBERT S. BACON 1 lb.49t' i.Sw2ft i. .,
HARRIS his wife: and BENE- REED. Rt. 4, Box 254 Gainesville, NOTICE OF SALE
FICIAL FINANCE CO. and SUSAN Fla.. be paid to you and you will remain TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Premium ........................ 1
WILLIAMS. liable for any balance remaining You are hereby notified that the \
Defendants. unpaid under said contract.COMMERCIAL following motor vehicle: 1959 Chevrolet
'I NOTICE TO DEFEND CREDIT 1837 Impala FWA149033 will be
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF CORPORATIONT. sold at public sale at 3:00 p. m. o' FRANKS 'for
[/ FLORIDA: l L RENNER clock on the 19th day of March. 1964.at sa; us-3 1.00Sunnyland I
I.I TO Olus A. Harris and Imogene Eif 113 NE 16th Avenue 113 NE 16th Avenue Gainesville : -
Harris his wife Gainesville. Florida Florida. The proceeds of the sale will _
(3154) 3:11 be first to the payment of the
I 3711 Las Palmos applied
Galveston Texas costs of retaking storing and sale of 6 to 8 IBs. avg. LB. Half or Whole LB
1. You are hereby notified that a suitIn said motor vehicle and the cost of pu-
equity has been brought against you NOTICE OF SALE blication of notice of sale and then to
and BENEFICIAL FINANCE COMPANY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: the satisfaction of the balance due under -
and SUSAN WILLIAMS. byFIRST You are hereby notified that the following the contract with ROMIE REED Picnics.29PorkLoins i 49C
motor vehicle Valiant Conv.
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .. : Rt. 4, Box 254 Gainesville Fla., to
1963 S.
OF JACKSONVILLE. a public sale Nejm M jawz will be o'clock sold on at be paid to you and you will remain liable
Carporatlon. In the Circuit Court Eighth the 18th of Mara.. for any balance remaining un- _
day 1321
.,' Judicial Circuit. In and for Alachua I Y. Main St. Gainesville i f'ono.' paid under said contract.CREDIT U. S. GOOD AND CHOICE BEEF fi.k.S
COMMERCIAL .
County. Florida. and you are hereby ;The proceeds of the sale will be applied '
summoned. ordered and required to file to the payment of the cost of retaking CORPORATIONT.. RENNER ROUND CLUB or RIB Vc
I your written Answer or defenses to the storbYy4-x#d sale of said motor l.
Complaint filed herein against you in vehicle and the cost of publication of 113 NE 16th Avenue <
the above entitled cause. In the Office notice of sale and then to the satisfaction Gainesville. Florida STEAK lb. 79 fc
I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and of the balance due under the UUS) 3:11NOW STEAK. 89C trV
.' for Alachua County. Florida. at his Of- contract with EDWARD J. WAINWRIGHT I .
fce, In the Court Mouse\ In Gainesville. JR.. In care Telephone Exchange .
f Florida on or before the 31st day of Redstone Arsenal, Ala., covering NEW A, ; V '
,, March 1964, and to serve a COpy of such the financing of said motor ve SIRLOIN FRESH GROUND .
"n, Answer or defenses upon ROGERS. hicle. Any surplus will be paid to you t+ V
TOWERS. BAILEY. JONES & GAY. and you will remain liable for any Y. 1 ?MSC
.f Plaintiffs attorneys herein! whose address balance remaining unpaid under said DRIVE-IN THEATRE STEAK. lb. 98* BEEF Ibs. to 1fi '

,.,I sonville is 2.Florida Florida Title on Building.or before Jack.said contract 1964 Dated this*-""& *w of l February &Mi*- 2 IMM,,K.Read Rt.TS FRGODII 3 1.49. 'I

date as required by the laws of Florida ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT 2 THRILLING HITS
and the 19S4 Florida Rules of Civil CORPORATIONBY
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1 Procedure. : H. U JAMERSON LAST 2 TIMES 1 WholejIFRYERS ,

a It you fall to do so. a Decree Pro Con- Gainesville Florida Open <:M Show 7:M
J, te&so will be entered against you for the (3151) 3:11 See Both Late As I:50
relief demanded In the Complaint.YOU .
FIRST RUN2nd
i! are further notified that the nature -
\ of said suit Is for a foreclosure of See TheBROADWAY .
executed by and recorded i '
I a Mortgage you ,'i" ':
in Mortgage Book 226, pages 105- I .. ..- I
:oa, of the Public Records of Alachua MUSICALJ1BRIGADOON11 I' l!$ _
County Florida upon the following described : {
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property situate lying and being
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in Alachua County. Florida to-wit: "'< >- .'
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Lot One (I/) Block Two (2). of Glen- '>.,;;0;"'<:- e)
I wood. a Subdivision as per Plat recorded '.;':;.... .' I
I: In Plat Book "B." page 27.
,1 of the. Public Records of Alachua Friday & Saturday Hit At 7;Ofl 10;21

If County Florida. March 13 & !4 CONNIE FRANCIS II FROSYBD OaD
If The name of the Court In which this
f \uit has been Instituted Is Circuit Court. 8:15 P.M. FOLLOW THE BOYSIN -PRODUCT SPECIALSFORD HOOK 6-
Eighth Judicial Circuit. Alachua Coun- COLOR
.1 ty. Florida, and the abbreviated title of At TheP. Positively Last Nit. 'I U. S. NO. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
this case Is First Federal Savings and
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I K. YONGEAUDITORIUM Limas
Loan Association of Jacksonville a corporation Baby .10-oz.2 55
1 Plalriiff vsOlus A. Harris STARTS FRIDAY for .
and Imogene %:. Harris his wife and I' 10 39*
I. Beneficial Finance Co., and Susan Williams For Reservations Call ROBERT MITCHUM LBS.

,IS Defendants.IT HEREBY. ORDERED that this FR 6-2541 or FR 6-0197 I MAN IN THE MIDDLE I SUNKIST Cauliflower

Order and Notice shall be publishedonce 10-oz. Pock 2 for 59DOZ.
(1) a week for four (4) consecutive .
v-rks In The Gainesville Dally Sun a
newspaper pub 1 11 I shed In Gainesville. LEMONS 1 29 FROSTY ACRES
Florida and having a general circulation 5EH3TONITE
In Alachua County. Florida.
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of theloid RED ROME
: Circuit Court of Alachua County LeafSpinachlo-oz.Pkg.2fo,25
Florida, and the seal of the said Courtat AT 1:30 ONLY
Gainesville. Alachua County. Florida APPLES 4 49
on tha 25th day of February. A.D.. LB. BAG
1 1964. WINTER GARDENNORTHERN
J. B. CARMICHAEL [ SEATS AVAILABLE I CELO PAK
Clerk of the Circuit Court

Alechua COURT County SEAL) Florida Fruit Pies 3 $1.

Deputy By: Emily Clerk Waterhouse REGULAR PRICES t I CARROTS 2 FOR 19 for .

(3110) 2:26> 3:4. 11. II Supporting MR. G.



IN EIGHTH FOR INTERNATIONAL CHANCERY THE ALACHUA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COUNTY.MINERALS COURT CIRCUIT FLORIDAIN OF IN THE AND& BESTCostume RUTABAGAS LB. 9* French Fries 9-oz. Pkg. 2 for 19



t, CHEMICAL CORPORATION Dciiqn
a corporation authorized to do TOM
business in the State of Florida TRYON JOHN -FOOD ITEM SPECIALS-

-va- Plaintiff. HUSTON t a GILT EDGE STAMPS HAVE TURNED TO GOLD

H W. HAGUE and wife. JANES. TONY SCHNEIDER tern two s.w rwn aere r'UoA
FOLGERS
With $5.00 Food Order
HAGUE et a... Your Gift Edge Stamps are still good Turn them or Morein


f MORTGAGE CASE NO.FORECLOSURE Defendants.11119 NOTICE! In Addition to the Premiere Showing the Cardinal for more valuable Gold Bond Stamps. COFFEE 49
NOTICE OF SUIT LB.

t THE MONTELLE STATE OF FLORIDA BOONE I TO whose: last Will Play 9 Days March 12-21 3 Shows Each Day.SHOWING. 'i 50 FREE COLD BOND STAMPS NORTHERN LUNCHEON

known address was NewberryRoad. -
Gainesville Florida. t With this coupon and S8 worth of groceries
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IhV : NAPKINS
sat for mortgage foreclosure has been t 802 25
a I AT
SUBURBIA Williams for
filed, against, you In the above entitled = Coupon Good at Meade & V
cause regarding the following described SALAD
I' DRESSING OR MAYONNAISE
property: DRIVE -1NTHEATRI 7:15CmmgywwiFE __ = Thru Saturday, March 14 .
Commenve 18.66 chains West of the
Southeast corner of Section 33.Town- I Et
\ ffvp | South. Range 19 East thence I SHURFINE 39
North 10.20 chains thence West to I, QUART ;
a corner on the West line of Lot 6, I
thence South 10.20 chains to Southwest e ; RICELAND LONG GRAIN
comer of Lot 6. thence East to .
beginning con t a I ning 25 acres. i


I Commence ALSO more or less.at the one-half mile post 1 pltt r ewes J 7 .,. ", s I MEADE) RICE 3 us 45 ).a

line' of Fractional yr ,
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on the South boundary -I f With Food Order "
: A made lot
Section 4 Township 9 South I sot iiii: V
Range 19 East outside of North line II seetos ee !
of Arredondo Grant run East 17V i, I over I
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chains to stake at lane. North along 3 59 t
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between lane 12J9 Township chains to Township Range Line'U.nd21'J s. SNOWDRIFT LBS.

19. thence West on chains I STAR
South U'/i degrees Southeast 13.51 I
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chains to beginning In Section 4. I
Township 9 South. Rang. 19 East. TUNA
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ALSO containing 23 acres more or less. t ? gar 9 No. % con 2 for 59

ED of SEU of SE',4. Section 17. YACHT CLUB
Township I, Range 19. Alachua

and County.that you Florida.are hereby required to 1 1I : ILLIAM TOMATOES 2 :

written serve a defense copy of upon your George answer or T. other Dun- I No. 303 fo, 39 .

lap. III. of Tomasello & Campbell plaintiffs r
t attorney whose address U P. O. DIXIE LILYMEAL :
Drawer 30 or 155 West Davidson Street. _
Bartow Florida, on or before the 31st i
day of March. A.D1964, and beforeor .x GRITS 5 f
49
Immediately thereafter to file with or LBS.
the Clerk of the above styled Court the : SUPER MARKET
original of said answer or said written I DEL MONTE J t
defense. If any. .
ndfi
If you fail to do so. decree pro confesso \1
will be entered against you for the i
relief demanded In the Complaint. I CATSUP 2 39
WITNESS my hand and official seal 1! TWO STORES 8 N.W. 16th AVE. 14-ox. Bottle for
of office at Gainesville Alachua County I 9 188 Art Ml EMM II K BAHIUTM
Florida this 20tn day of February t Men SEED ; Do gall know the AND NEWbtkKY RUAU TWIN PACK 50 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS
A.D.. 1964. ir m ut HT u noun n K UUKEITOH ,
J. B. CARMICHAELClerk am MOT SEE IT law in your 1 State7 -
Circuit Court -V POTATO CHIPS 59
(SEAL)
BY: EMILY WATERHOUSE Plus CO-HIT! "COVER GIRL KILLERS"
Deputy Clerkl ,
(3112) 2:26 3.4 11, II
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, \ I By i I SUPER-RIGHT" Western Beef Boneless Sirloin TipROAST
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11 : Bridge ALAN TRUSCOTTCO j I
New York Ttm I "SUPER-RIGHTHEAVY WESTERN BEEFSteak

Bridge-players have to be patient -.played] in diamonds, but a tern-' "7
11'I people, because they spend 1;wrizing;1 1I ; bid in a three-card minor -
I a lot of their time waiting. In'i' suit is often. a convenient
::1 clubs they may wait for af]maneuver. I ,
H fourth, or wait for a chance to Waiting moves are also possible -
I' ., cut back into the game. In tournaments in the play as the deal: or BONELESS
!i they wait for the game! shows today illustrates. South, ttt 3i ,; RUMP
t\\ to start, they wait between,did not leap directly to four, (6 ? 1 85c.
t rounds, and at the end of the 1 1I hearts over one no-trump, be- Z5, ROASTYour
I session they wait for the results. :cause he could visualize slam' 'I i Sale !
It might appear that the chess possibilities. The forcing jump / Choice LB.
player has to do even more to three hearts gave North the :
waiting, but he can put in some ,opportunity to make an unusual -
I constructive thought while his type of cue bid. -. -- Pork
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I opponent is thinking. Three hearts basically asks e CLUB
.' At both games it is possible partners to choose between CLOSE TRIMMED
I to wait in a more specializedand three no-trump and four hearts Super Right Corned Wpestern
technical sense. The chess so the four-club bid has a spec- C"SUPHERRIGHTo"
player often makes a waiting ial meaning: support for hearts BEEF BRISKET ..b. 59c CUBED BONELESS
move when he does not wish to and a hand well-suited to a
commit himself to any positiveline slam.In Super Rgsht Freshly Ground

player of can play.do the and same.the A bridge fam- high this trumps case and North's two three outside BEEF . 3 lb. pkg. $1.29 e T-BONE CLOSE TRIMMED OUARTER LOIN

iliar situation in bidding is the aces were ideal for slam pur- Super Right Pure Pork Lb. pkg. 35e Sliced 2 to 3-lb.!
following: ,poses, and he indicated this by 59cSAUSAGE
.1
Average Pkg.
South showing the club ace. North 2 lb. pkg. 69 C e SIRLOIN I I BONE IN.r'
would have passed if South had LB."SUPERRIGHT" .
4 AQ4
V A73 simply rebid, his hearts, but he, Fox Frozen Pepperoni or Cheese
jumped to slam when South cooperated Round
+AJ874 432 with a control show-; PIZZAS . . each 79c Top BONELESS
ing cue bid of four spades. Heavy Western Steer BeefHAMS
If North opens the bidding South was pleased with the Super Right Fresh PORK
with one club and East passes, prospects when he saw the dum- Half or Whole Ib. 49C Y our
South has no normal response'my, and was tempted to grab' C
i iI '
I at his disposal. One no trump'the club ace for an immediate Capn Johns Frozen Choice 87 LIVER
would be underbid, two no-
an
!discard. Fortunately for his side
trump would be an overbid and in- he took another look and realized COD FILLETS IB. Pkg 39c .
I a club raise would be quite that he could not be sure
appropriate. what to discard at this early Capn Johns Breaded COD or HADDOCK Completely Skinned

I I of South one ,diamond.therefore, He invents hopes a bid stage. FILLETS 2 ib. box 99c CLOSE TRIMMED RIB . a,, 79c' Deveined and
The right play was a waiting,

t opponents that this may from discourage leading dia-the i,move.lead in South his hand ruffed, postponing the opening th: Quick Frozen Peeled' & Deveined Bag Boneless, SHOULDER SWISS Ib. 79C Sliced 49c

I rnonds if his side ends in no- decision about a discard, --ai" SHRIMP 1 /*: pkg. $1.99 ..
trump, but his primary objective -.'drew trumps. He followed with,, BONELESS FULL CUT ROUND Ib 79c LB.
is to make a waiting bid.
a low spade finessing the i Fresh Frozen HeadlessSHRIMP
As he has no convenient way and when this won the;
his hand, he tries to queen . . lb. 79c .. ,
to describe became --------,-.------------
contract .
Persuade his partner to describe -'The spade loser was a certainty discarded: .:r.1 a*.......---4IJ.....-.-.... 1:
1's
his.There on the club ace. using the dia- 's PLAID

.I, chance that is the not hand the slightest will be'diamond mond ace trick as an was entry surrendered., and a i! Save at A&P Special; CABOT BRIQUET l STAMPS Ii
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South's third diamond was! thij coupon and purchase of
ruffed in dummy. If the spade : 14-oa, Bottle ..i
{ UF Alumni !finesse had failed, South would ................ 89c g$!:
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,have retained a reasonable. CHARCOAL 20 Ib. I 9cWh; ; *_lJi ::'
: chance of discarding both his bog : good through Sunday March 15 !:
Install
To
; i iJ i[:diamond losers on dummy's :.._ :.! !. :. :
I,black suits ------------ --------------
Bill of Ormond Beach
i J will be Conway installed as president of I I Save at A&P Special WHITE HOUSE
the University of Florida Almuni -
!" Association when the alumni Ii II i I JOIN f fm iii iii ii ----1:

;;'I: meet spring: here reunion for March their 2021.annual Ii i iII is PLAID !
Fluid 25&ba
13 i.
fl II lie will succeed James Y.11'ilson -I I 1HEHOMETEAMi E V A P MILK I 6 Oz. Cans 77c !:;_., STAMPS *;I

: of Lake City. 'I:I i in Ctns. :;'.La. With Pickle this coupon Patch and Kosher purchase Whole i iDill :
I About 700 are expected to' i ; Qt. Jar R!
l, attend the annual alumni-facul-I I l: JAX I Pickles 35cSpecial '
JJJ JJ4MjH
'f ty barbeque at noon Saturday I All! Flavors 3'; Gal 1t Coupon good through Sunday, March IS SJJ:i
Special
,I in the Florida Gym. At 8:15: that :I : :: Jugs : Cherry Star Special: Jane Parker ,.", .

,t night they'll view the 1961 Gator :..... ::IIKtJellJlU..JI-ii.. :
I I Frutaste Drinks $1 00 White Tuna 65 Peach Pies 39c --- ------------
'il football team in the traditional i 13-oz. con C 112 lb. Each -- --- ---------
1 h Orange and Blue game at Florida ..
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+( Field. ,Special: Dads Special: Wisconsin Colored Cheddar Special Jane Parker 'f' ----- --
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1.. end council Activities start meetings Friday for the with and spring executive a specialconcert week \ :.'-: o":, .' :I; Root Beer Vijug: \ 39c Fresh Cheese lb. Blueberry Pies 1 1\2 lb.. EC 49c I[raKB** PLAID |!l

Sera.re.oati ad.UI comma nity
played by members of Save at A&P: Special{ A&P Special: Pickle Patch Special; Jane Parker Spice< Cake |JJ STAMPS KM.:
I the University faculty. YOUR NATIONAL i I : With this CPWPn and purchase ..f4 }tei:
.j.I Saturday afternoon at a joint Spinach is-oz. cons 49. d Pickles gt. jar 39c Spanish Bar 1 ib. 3-oz. loaf 29c s"2 pkgs. Birdsere lO-oi. Frozen Chopped R Pkgs.
reception and banquet about 300 d I II :. .
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BUD ; Turnips 2 for 34c 2!
I alumni representing six classes A&p Fruit' C&C Muscatel. Sherry and Port .: Jane Parker Fresh CriSp ;Iii JAx. Z 1/4
I \\ill be honored. They will be Coupon flood through Sunday, March B!
,i,I from the classes of 1914, 1919,.1 I Co. B, lit 8n, 187th Armor i Cocktail 4 n-02. cans 89c Wine sths 93c Potato ChipsSpeca. i lib, BOX 49c i 1.--- .; j
:, 1924. 1929. 1931. and 1939. j I FR 6-6608 f fI ------------ -- -- t
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r : I HIRED IT t' ,. GARDEN FRESH' GREENCabbage JUICY SWEETOranges

?!: THROUGH THE h :/p 2,5&Ua PLAID : a
I* STAMPS
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WANT ADSHow's ..fib _
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:! 2 cons Crosse & Blockwell i
& :? Date Fruit or Chocolate :
::1 8-oz. Cans
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I Ib. Se 5 lb. C ::". Nut Rolls ......2 for 49c .: I
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j That For Results? bag in Coupon food through Sunday. March 15 : I
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LUSCIOUS RED RIPESTRAWBERRIES I 'I


89 Del Monte Sale II"I"

1 1 3 pints Yellow Cling Halves or Sliced t


guaranteed results FRESH MADE PeachesLIMA I

during


NATIONAL WANT AD MONTH 8-ox. OR BEANS FRUIT COCKTAIL ZUCCHINI ;
C 0 L E SLAW 2 bags 29'


4 lines 2 1-lb. 49Ccans

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10 days Eelbeck -ySave Only Pla d'Scamp s
Yuban Coffee. 1-lb. 83cHunts )2 '
j Corn Meal ........ 1 111. Ibs. 20c can *: DEL MONTE CHUNK STYLE
52 With/Mushroom 8-oz. Can ?. Get Fine Gifts Faster .
Sunshine Krispy Tomato Sauce ...... 2 for 29c .,
Crackers .......... 1-lb. box 29c Borden's-Chocolate Flavored "JNE GREAT ATUNTlC A PACIFIC TEA COMPANY, INC. Tuna Fish I

Molted Milk .. 14oz.jar 49c
and if you are not Tpton a9s ...... pkg. of 16 27c Lipton Omen 1 1 jcirketsAMRKA 2 6'/z-oz. Cans 49t
satisfied with the results Cracker Barrel! t
call .... Soup Mix .. 1 's-oz. P k g. 37c
us. We will run your Sharp Cheese .. 10-oz. 55c ? MfMMU fOC* MDtCHANT UNCT HitPrice
ad Milk Bone Flavor Snacks Pillsbury. Flour 5-lb. bog 59cStarKist LAUNDRY BLEACH
Dog Biscuits 16 oz.-pkg. 29c CLOROXMetrecol
6 Light Meat it this 'tert.t are good through Saturday March 14.
More Times FREE! S-oz. Can
1 Liquid .... 3 for 89c Chunk Tuna 6/2-oz.! can 35c 601 SW 2nd AVENUE 1/2 Gal. Gal.

Bnllo! Nutley Solid Block Close Mo*. Thru Wed. 7 P.M. Clot I Thurt. Mud Fn. 8 P.M. 43 C 67c'
Soap Pods .... pkg. of 1 10 29c Colored I Margarine 2 for 29c Close Sat. 7 P.M. ;

DETERGENT DETERGENT DETERGENT CONDENSED DETERGENT DETERGENT DETERGENT

SURF I BREEZE RINSO BLUE I ALL I FLUFFY ALL I LUX LIQUID w a r

Reg Pkg. Giant Pkg. Reg. Pkg. Giant Pkg. Reg. Pkg. Giant Pkg. Reg. Pkg. Giant Pkg. Reg Size Giant Pkg. 12-oz. 22-0. :"

33c 79c 35c 81 c 28c 59c 39c 79c 33c 79c 35c 65c l,

DETERGENT LIQUID DETERGENT DOLE CRUSHEDPINEAPPLE
VEGETABLE SHORTENING I BLUE BONNET WHIPPED HAMBURGER SEASONING

CRISCO I SWAN LIQUID I WISK I I MARGERINEiib.pks.29c I FRENCH'S12oz.

1 Qiawsuilk iWt 22-or. Pint Quart 8'(2-0Z. can I

Classified Dept. 372-8441 3 lb. Cvn 79C 35c 65c 41C 75C 3 for 59C I 2 1/4-oz. Pk9 33c :
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..- Wednesday March|, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23

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.. Printed Patterni ....-iIth&5th._."u..II".UIJIIIIIII.IlIIIIIIIIintlllltI-.o._ .. -
13 Seniors -
W/J:;

County Property Sa'ZesI-I -1' >: ;;: r. '. -

AtUFWin i -j WANT-AD RATESPH. I

I The following property transactions : -C. Donaldson to Richard G. Cecil B. Durant and Cora Lee //F?
372-8441 I IfM
of $500 or more were Hoffman, and Jessamyne L Durant to D. T. Harvey and

::1 FellowshipsThirteen recorded in the office of the Hoffman Lot 12 of Black Acres Aurenia I. Harvey lot 9 and

; Clerk of Circuit Court J. B. Car- No. 2, $22,333.Donald the south half of Lot 8 of Durant Things
Classified
michael last week with the value Estates, $ ,300. OnlyDEADLINES I
University of Florida E. Padgett and Sally fg
figured from state tax stamps
!I senors won academic achievement L. Padgett to Fred L. Pullen Lincoln Estates Inc. to David B
attached to the deeds:
'U awards from the Woodrow and Betty A. Pullen property Jones and Marie Collman, Lot '
\ I Tues. thru Fit. papers-.3 JID.ay before publication
"W 11 son National Fellowship Harold E. Rummel and NelleL. in Kincade Road Subdivision, 13 of Lincoln Estates $9,300. 'ki For ads to go In Sun. paper-IJ-OO a.m. Sat. Ii

I Foundation today. Rummel to Fred White and $5,666. Hobart: 1,. Brower and Nor- For ads to eo In Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat.

ma B. Brower to Jasper W. (Minimum a Jennie L. White Lot 100 of Car-
Eight students won the covet- Fred L. Pullen and Betty A.
Joiner and Corine T. Joiner
FAMILY RATES
ole Estates East $13,600.
ed fellowships awarded annually Pullen to W. W. Kahn property

J to recruit the nation's George Wesley! Roberts Jr. in Kincade Road Subdivision Lot 8 of Twin Pines $28,000. % 1 Insertion .-............................................. J4c: line
top Alachua County School Boardto 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
academic talent into and Jean H. Roberts to C. 0. $5,333. 4 Insertion ... 17c line
college in Olm- W-D Poultry Farm Inc., U insertion* :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. 14c line j
teaching. Five others hon- Dampier property Frances S. Joiner to
won T. J.
Total
property in Section 16, Town- charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned
orable mention which signifies stead's Survey of Alachua, $1- Hawes Jr. and A. Curtiss Powers ship 8, south Range 17, east, S; x number of Insertions.

1 I'' them as top flight students. property In Range 7 of Original !-$30,000.C. .
000.Hazel
Their names automatically go to : S. Rice and Joseph D. Gainesville, $37,500. f Five letter words per tine

graduate schools over the coun- :Rice and Martha J. Rice to the Robert H. Turner Jr. and V. Mire to Fred S. Donald I

try on a preferred list for schol--City of Gainesville, property in Barbara E. Turner to A. J. Ev- son and Maude Donaldson pro- : : 8 Pt. Same ai J lines

arship consideration.The the NE quadrant of Section 6, ers and Ruby L. Evers $1,566. perty in Farrel's Second Addition You ordinary type

John L. Thomas to R. L. to Waldo $500. 12 Pt. Same as 3 lines
Township 10 south Range 20,
13 awards matched a record -, ordinary type i
Green and
Flora T. Green lots _
number garnered by Uni- east, $10,900.LinColn 0. Lee Gordon and Elsie W. Same 4 lines
45, 46, 47, 48, of DevonshireHills 18 rt.ordinary
Estates Inc. to Lawrence I type
Gordon Nelson
versity of Florida seniors last to I. Decker and

>)'ear. This year's winners are E. Sumes and Alice M. $2,800.Edward Maude S. Decker, property in

among 1,507 chosen from 11,000 times, Lot 57 of Lincoln Es- guerite J. H. Page and Mar Black Acres $18,000. 24 Pt Sam as S lines I
Page to Clinton E. ordinary type
tate. First Addition
college seniors from 904() collegesand $11,600.
Harris and Alice P. lot Daniel
Harris Maynor and Mabel
universities in the United Lincoln Estates Inc. to Joseph
5, block 12 of Forest to Ernestine L
Patterson
States and Canada. Shorter and Sadie Shorter Lot Park Maynor TN Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
$13,200. property in Gass First Ad- incorrect insertIOn. nor will I It be liable for any error In edver.
17 of Lincoln tlJement to a oreafer extent I
Estates $10,100. than the cost of the
spice 0<<11-
The fellowships, which cover W. P. Ridgway and Louise B. dition to Gainesville, 2500. pled mS. the II.Im In the *' rtl&*m.",. No Mtlustment will
Arthur and Jean Ann
Manaro
I tuition and fees for the first year Ridgway to Robert W. Schieberand Palm View Estates Inc. to 9324 tn tie I4vertlstment.on errors that do not materially effect the valve of
Manaro to John Manaro and Teresa
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at the graduate school of the Marilyn J. Schieber lot 14 Glenn A. Steckel and TommieB.
Lot 1 Block B of I 1018i
Fellow's choice were announced Manaro of Skyline Heights $3,000. Steckel, lot 45 of Palm View The Gilnesvllle Sun! reserves the wMI. e of revising or re- i
Rose Addition to Gainesville, $9- Brand Name lecting any adVlrtlstlNft'! wtllcIh <**"" oblectlonal l end to
by Sir Hugh Taylor presi- Homes Inc. to Estates, $22,500. try Mi flU change the Cllsslflcltlon of any advertisement from that 0,..
dent of the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship -700.Levie Hershel Haynes Hugh Edwardsand Paul E. Bays and Hattie M. dlred to conform to the policy of the paper.

-J Foundation. The award E. Peyton Jr. and Ethe-' J. M. Steadham property Bays to Chester W. Gettys and !

also covers a $1,800 stipend and lyn Peyton to William Alonzo in Section 27, Township 9, south Sara J. Gettys Lot 115 of High- No --.-- -IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU.---------

dependency allowances. Bryan and Marian Cooper Bryan -Range 20, east $54,150. land Court Manor, Unit No. LongerNeed Cuff neckline shift Its easy 12 Mole

Lot 2 of Apache Park Subdivision Joy Bolden North to CharlesA. 1, $13,400. shape fits your shape without restriction Help Wonted
Extra-
I or exaggeration. .
I University of Florida winners Division 17300. Noegel and Lottie T. Noegel, easy to sew in cotton knit, Dacron WANTED young .

are: Gerald L. Clayton of Jacksonville I General Outdoor Realty Corp., Lot 21 of Annis Terrace, $13,833. Town Shuns or Printed shantung Pattern weave 9324 rayon.: Mines'Sins of pair and salesman experienced In the field

who was selected to ,a Nevada Corporation to Curtis Hugh Edwards Inc. to JamesM. 10, 12. 14 16. II. Size 1* equl audio V'ent.&Call record 372-1235.play back

continue his studies in political L. Carlson, property in Dual Hearn Jr. and Katherine P. takes FIFTY 3'4 CENTS yds. 39-inch.In coins tor this CLASSIFIEDDial HAVE opening for route salesman

science Sarasota-; Robert mathematics A. Hollister Dorothy of and Alachua counties $619 Hearne, lot 48 of Carol Estates Parking Meters tern pattern for-add first-class 15 cents for mailing each pat-and married Well established man. Good route.physical Prefer con-

; $18,300. special handling. Send to Marian dition. Must be bondable. Salary
( L. Howse of 400.H. Martin Gainesville Sun Pattern & commission. Fringe benefits
Alachua politi- L. Henderson and Eva L. Hugh Edwards Inc., to Mar- LOVELL Wyo. (AP-It has Dept.. 232 West Uth St.. New paid vacation. Apply box 371-A&,

cal science; Sue A. Lehrke of Henderson to Peter S. Prosser tha C. Wroe Lot 32 of Carol been nine years since Lovell decided York NAME 11,ADDRESS N.Y. Print with ZONE plainly Gainesville Sun.

Dayton Ohio, Russian; Ann E. and Marion F. Prosser property Estates south, $14,900. to put in parking meters. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. MECHANIC Learn Rebuilding.to R&R Transmission Gator *

McAdams of Miami Spanish; in Section 19, Township 9,I IIi Delbert E. Sterrett and JaneA. But none of the meters, 224 in READY YOUR -FREE choose It PATTERN from 250 design IS Transmission Service.Automatic 2525
William J. Platt, III, Gainesville all has been Ideas In new SPRING- North Main St.
Sterrett to Thomas R. Pres- installed.
south Range 20, east $8,500. I
biology; Mary F. Tucker Ii SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust WANTED a' once experienced TV
Because businessmen 376.4672
feared
Lester R. Cribbs and Betty ton and Mary E. Preston, Lot 6 out Dresses. sportswear. coatsmorel and Pot /.raph repair man.
i
Gainesville anthropology; and would drive Send Me now. Salary' opt...
of DaCosta's Addition to Gainesville they shoppers to Reply to Box 373-A
Thomas N. D. Cribbs to Berton M. BishopJr. Gainesville Sun.
Wheeler Ocala $16,000.Miller other towns the parking meter
,
j chemistry. and Christine M. Bishop, WE NEED MENI'
property in Section 16, Township J. Brlcker and FrancisE. ordinance passed in 1955 has OPPORTUNITY to earn J75 a
Those i honorable Bricker to Joseph A. Vogtik been repealed. A firm which week or better learning our
r e c e v ing 11, south, Range 18, east, business. Experienced men are
I mention were: Ronald J. Jaszc- and Betty D. Vogtik lot 4 of supplied the meters for $14,448 earning $150 to $250 per week.

zak Elsa Saavedra David T. $700.Marjorie McClurg and F. C. Oakleigh Heights, $2,600. fought up to the Wyoming Supreme Announcements A Apply M. to 2224 12 N.W.Noon, 6th or call St. 9:30 372- \

Thomson, Dale J. Underwood to E. Clevelandand Ralph Lee Bass and JaniceR. Court to get its money. 7811 Thursday.
McClurg Guy
and Juliette Wingfield. Bass to Roxie Lee Anderson, Mayor Cal Taggert said Tues- THEREIS 2 CARD OF THANKSOUR
Mary S. Philips, lots 3 and 13-Help Mai
or Female
Cot 36 of West Park Subdivision day the money finally has been
'tif
4 of King's Addition to Gaines- sincere thanks for each kind
($8,200.) paid. and thoughtful deed the lovely
[ Swan Lonely vile, $32,000.Standard Republic Industries Corp.to That doesn't mean Lovell in- and cards other beautiful kindnesses flowers shown food us Cashier-hostess Exp. secretaries attractive salary open

Fertilizer Co. to G. Coy Thomas and Helen B. tends to put the meters up. during the loss of our loved one. White Bookkeeper housekeeper $25 wk.
BURLINGTON Wis. (AP) in the May God bless each of you. The salary open
G. Kirpatrick property Exp.
Thomas Waitress salary & comm.
property in the .D. L. Or Use _Bishop! Family. Ex mechanics
; Residents of Burlington have D. L. Clinch Grant Township Clinch Grant Township 10, Store trainee hi schl. or ad.
begun a two-pronged swan drive. 10 20 east $2- 4 Personalized Services Off. trainee hi schl.' grad.
south Range ,
41
south Range 20, east, $32,300. New developments In designof Tree surgeon, foreman, S2 hr.
,
They want to buy a mate for Auto salesman Exp.
Lincoln Estates Inc. to the convertible top permitthe LEARN TO DRIVEl
400.G. Special attention Short order grill
:) a beautiful and obviously lone- Gries K i r p a trick to R. George W. Parker and Beu- lowering of the Dodge Dart to nervous or elderly. Insurance trainee man$100 wk.
that swims in the Fox Easy Way Driving School. FR Route salesman. Levy Co.
ly swan Dean Coddington an dJane H. lah Parker Lot 14 of Lincoln top without unfastening the WORTHWHILE L_7-7002. He. by State of Fla. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.

: River, and they want to engagean .Coddington, property in the C. Estates $10,333. rear plastic window. 6 SPECIAL NOTICtS 120 Phone SE 374-8234 1st Ave.

expert to. find. out what kind [L. Clinch Grant Township 10, $1.70 per hour and up. placing

01 a mate to ouy. south, Range 20, east $2,400. TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly catalog & servicing customers.

The expert is needed because Pine Shades Inc. to Paul Jones Service NewsA formula Dcx-A-Otet only). fgc.New Canova's name. same Drug Full In Gainesville time or,part-time.Starke & Openings Keystone

f) no one has been able to get near Britt and Carolyn Britt Lot 40of Store 37 N. Main S,. .r.... Fuller Brush Co. 3727117. \

the bird which stretches to its Unit DUE to divorce I have I like BOOKKEEPER 40 hour week good
Court Manor
Highland new 164 model Jig Zag Auto9n -
Must
pay. have
I full five feet and ruffles its "** -"" good knowledgeof S
No. 3, $14,333. SP4 Morris Davis of LaCrosseIs 1962 graduate of Palatka tsc sewing machine tftat accounting and be able to
does everything. We would like ,
at the make all types of closing &
feathers slightest
111 s provo Paul Sheilds and Margaret home on leave after serving High School, he attended the some one to take up payments monthly' statements. Reply Box
cation. of S4.00 per moo Ph. 373-2031. ,
;365-A
Joyce Shields to Andrew McFar- 12 months with the U. S. Air University of Florida. READINGIN c/o Gainesville Sun. ,
BIG RUMMAGE SALE IN
lane and Seraphine McFarlane, Force in South Viet Nam. He is Sell Fast ARCHER behind Dixie Garage 16-Work Wanted Female

property in Section 14, Township the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max- Army Cpl. James Lackey Jr. on 41.

8 i, south Range 21, east $3,500.R. I well Davis of LaCrosse and a 26! whose wife, Grade lives in EXPERIENCED Medical Technl-
S Silt. clan
Baby ", Child Car desires
P. Parrish and Myrie Par. 1962 graduate of Santa Fe High Reddick, participated in Operation vale practicing position doctor: with or labo-pri

rish to Ralph Eugene O'Steen School. Davis served with the Winter Track an 8th In- ratory. Phone 4-2741.

and Evelyn O'Steen, lot 1 and 330th Transfer Troop in VietNam fantry Division field training TINY TOT fEMALE typist; credit ex.Ced.clerk figure as clerk typIst .

the south 25 feet of lot 2, block and after completion of his maneuver near Glessen, Ger PLAY SCHOOL: worfc.and potting clerk. Needs ,
30-day leave will be stationed Visit us and see for yourself. I 6-1961.
Whetstone's Additionto many.
45 of D. E. 24 SC Sift St. FR t-7804.
in Kansas. The exercise included all 18 Schools tr Instructions
of
; the City High Springs, THE PLANNED program awaits your
J phases of offensive and defen- pre-school youngster at JACK

$800.Ralph Eugene O'Steen and Walter H. Gillisple, signal sive tactics under simulated bat- &Music JILL programs NURSERY educational SCHOOL. 1 1st Lesson Free

man second class. USN son of tle conditions. fin.-strlps. 745515. Mon.-FrU Harvey's Real Estate
Evelyn O. O'Steen to Toney 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. LICENSE COURSE
Builders Inc. lot 1 Mrs. Emily Davis of 708 NW Corporal Lackey a gunner in HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Quality WILL care for children for work. 21'
and the south 25 feet of lot 2 of Sixth Ave., is serving aboardthe Battery B, 5th Battalion of thed with SUN Ing mothers In SE section. 223 312.3127.W. Unlv. Av. FR 1-1507.
SE 43rd Terr. Phone 372-542.
destroyer USS Manley i vis ion's 83d Artillery near
Block 45 of the D. E. Wheone operating MEN-WOMEN AGE 11-"
out of Charleston S. C. Baumholder, Germany, enter- COMPETENT mother will care for Wanted Immediately
Addition to the City of High children. Days or after school To Train For
$800. He became a "shellback" by ed the Army in June 1957 and Reasonable In my home. tot CIVIL SERVICE
Springs, SE 1st Ave. 37M4J1. .
Grace S. Fordyce to AlbertaM. virtue of crossing the equatorbut arrived overseas on this tour of Person WANT WILL care for children In my Good pay, Offering more security va
had to undergo various rites duty In October 1962. home. Infants to 1 Good cation and sick leave pay..
year.
Willin<>ton, lot 9, 12, 16, and For free Information and
; Your SUN 21 of West Park Addition No. 2, that are conducted aboard ships The corporal attended Howard 4-5012.references. 215 N.E. am St. FR American local Interview write

$4,200. crossing the equator. Manley High School in Ocala. His to Box 343-M Service Gainesville Sun.

I Carrier IsCounting Florida Commercial Development crossed the equator enroute to I parents live in Morristown. Employment LEARN EARN

Mombasa Kenya. She was the I ___ Secretarial courses speedwrltlng
On Corp. to H. and H. Motors, shorthand. Classes now
Inc.[ Lot 13 and 14 of block 3 of first U. S. warship to visit Ken- I Robert W. Peppel, son of Mr. ADS 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Howell's Business College forming III

YOU New Gainesville $10,000. ya since the country became independent and Mrs. Galen L. Peppel of PersonWANT __W Univ. Ave._

I Brand Name Homes, Inc., to In December. 1917 NE Sixth Ter., was commissIoned BEAUTY Earn up to DEMONSTRATORS U per hour demonstrating 22 Special Service

Hugh Edwards Inc., lots 19, 20 an Ensign in-the Na. famous Studio Girl

Don't forget your SUN 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 43, and 44 Donald R. Dees of Willlston val Reserve last month on grad Phone Cosmetics.374-4334 Full after or ,Part. Time.I I "LIKE! NEW- Titers what YOU'

CARRIER when he stops of Carol Estates, $28,950. has been promoted to airman uation from Naval Officer Can LOOK U.fS Your watch cleaned say AIR-WAY about DRY clothes CLEANERS.cleaned at 2

J by to collect this week! Hugh Edwards Inc. to John second class in the United States didate School at the Naval Choice plus $3.00 of designs.gold THE filled BAZAAR band hr.delivery service AIR-WAY, free pickup costs less and

Just as you count on him J. Shannon and Davis R. Shannon -Air Force. Base, Newport, R. I. WATCH REPAIR 113 N. Main' ___702 S P. 14th St. FR 5-5U5

I I for delivery he relies on Lot 45 of Carol Estates, Airman Dees, an administrative He received both classroomand St. Mr. Otts. FR 4-7137. 27 Feed & Fertilizer

you to pay him regularly.! $18,000. specialist is assigned to practical experience in seamanship ADS EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS

As an independent businessman Hugh Edwards Inc. to Wesley the 15th Headquarters Squadron navigation military Sperry has desirable positions DAISY FERTILIZER tl 00 per
he's eager to available for experienced stenographers yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone J7s-
succeed by paying his i Blevins and Shirley Blevins Lot at MacDill AFB in Tampa.The courtesy communications, gunnery skills.with developed Sterling salary secretarial 555!.
combat information
bills promptly and earn- 43 of Carol Estates $16,000. airman is the son of Mrs. cen- determined by prior experience, 28 Livestock & Supplies
I ter procedures and military with Increase based on regularfy
ing his maximum profit.He'll Annie Houston Sensabaughand Ruby Dees of Williston, and is You scheduled work performance re-
drill.
Raymond Sensabaugh and views. Promotional opportunities. REGISTERED Quarter Horse Sale,
appreciate co a graduate of Williston High
your 5 day work week. Excellent Livestock Pavllllon, Ocala Fla.
operation.Sun Mary Louise Houston Crowe to School. 4 working conditions and benefits. Sat. March 14 at 11:00 A.M. 40

carriers collect Thurs- C. C. Cook Jr. and Mary L. Army Specialist Four Lenard telephone Submit resume 372-""In. Ext.confidence 225 for or registered bred "" ,..s.quarter Information and thorough
Cook lot 6 of the addition toHooper's R. Hope, 21, son of Mrs. Effie H. U
day and Friday evening. appointment.SPERRY Cherry. Telephone 24J-22U Ocala,
Pvt George McDonnell Jr.
,
L Hope 3702 NW Seventh St., LINES FII.
Remind him to sign Replat, $8,000. ELECTRONIC TUBE
your whose parents live in Interlac-
qualified in firing the
as expert DIVISIONSPERRY
card when h e Bernhard R. H. Arndt and 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
receipt RAND CORP.
hen completed an 11 week M-14 rifle at Fort Hood, Tex., in
calls. Christa B. Arndt to Francis C. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
; machinist course last month at EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Miller and Esther G. Miller lot, February. Can EMPLOYMENTS CHIHUAHUA puppies. AKC reg. 1
the Army Ordnance Center at Sepcialist Hope a mechanicin beautiful Easter gifts select'
( te5UiUe itn11 6 of Sperry Heights $10,700. MONEY S yours early. Mrs. Ballentlne
John C. Donaldson and AnneGET Aberdeen Proving Ground. Md. Headquarters Troop 1st Re- 10 SiN EXTRA a mont with our _2005 E. Univ. Ave._
McDonnell was trained to connaissance Squadron of the new SeRene Beauty Program.We GERMAN Shepherd AKC
now pups. reg-
show FREE. Writeto
manufacture repair and m
fy parts for trucks, weapons and at Fort Hood entered the DAYS Buy! Sun for Interview appt. GERMAN Shepherd female._
4
THE BEST PRICE other combat equipment 1st Cavalry at Fort Hood, enter. CLERK, general for Insurance office otfc.e.n.39. duties, age Including months. Call Fey Galloway after
4 FR
4 The 19 year-old soldier entered Army in May 1960. shorthand & typing. pjn. 21414-_
Good fringe benefits. Phone FR
the Army last June and Hope attended Gainesville 4-1241. SIAMESE female.cat.. Beautiful 3 yean!, old.affectionate Spayed .

YOU CAN FIND 'I received basic training at Fort High School His. father lives in ONLY WAITRESS wanted evening work ing. town.well mannered Ceil FR, 2-47M$15. Leav after
at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. -
Jackson, S. C. Pomona Park. 5:30.
Must have neat appearance
& pleasing personality Apply In 2 PUREBRED male poodles "for
$2 Hire! person between A.M. & 11 AJA. sale. 3 months old. Priced rea
UF Gets Grant or 2 PJM. t 4 P.M. 2S30 NW sonably. Call 4 5-239t from 4-*
THEN SEE US ANDYOU'LL to HelpIn 13th St. p.m.Box 124.or Archer write Mrs.Fla. Merchant

EARN UP to SM a week. Full or _
part-time. No soliciting or collecting FOR sale purebred Pointer bird
car neccessary. Call FR 4- dog puppies. Call FR 4-3300.
Training Peace CorpsThe 19 1.
BUY a special flat-charge Sell! IMMEDIATE PLACEMENT-wKH AMERICAN PIES. Registered SHEPHERD In buyer's PUP

service for noncommercial fine Income. 3 women 4 hours name. Male or female $30. Ger-
University of Florida has ect coordinator for the Univer dally servicing Avon customers aid' Feaster Ph. 444-3414 5

announced it will train 43 Peace sity. Dr. E. T. York, Provostfor users only. Call near Mrs.home Burns Must at act FR at 2-041.once. 33 LOTS FOR SALE

II Corps volunteers under a grantof Agriculture, is planning and TYPING and general office work.

$25,992. directing the technical studies Dial Give education experience, age
I or and reference. Write P.O. Box 2 BEAUTIFUL I lots In north ,
The trainees including 14 phase of the program. 702 Gainesville Fla. section close to"G'H. and bus
specialists from the Universityof The University will apply stop inquire at 1134 N.W. 22nd
The Furniture ManufacturersAMPLE 376-4672 12 MaU Help Wanted Ave
Florida will receive their in- long established Latin America
I struction interests and its techni- ROUTE man wanted. Good phyical 34 Waterfront Property
at the Peace Corps'Camp strong condition 21 to 35. Married;
Crozier in Puerto ,Rico. cal and professional programsto Rent must be bondaUe. High school LAKE LOTS FOR SALEM
Direct; line to education preferred. Apply 204
HOUS I II Their train the Peace volunteers. 5
specialties range from agriculture Corp SW ISIs SLDELIVERY minutes from Gainesville

to political science. Want Ad-Visors man. Must be responsible. Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom -

Dr. Lyle N. McAlister, director -I AU of the Peace Corps volunteers -. license. High necemry.school EJ.Opportunity Driver's moss covered lake. Good tree beach front

South Main Sr at S.W.. J3rh St: I of the University's Center for I are headed for duty in the for advancement. In sale ft
I service. 40 hrs week. Good pay. Call WALTFTUIII. INC.
.. Latin American Studies is pro) Dominican Republic. I Reply Box MM Gabtctvtltt Sun. l7 nN


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; lIIIIIIIIIImmmmllmltltllllllll1lltllllllllllJllllllll1llll llmllm"lIIII1IIIInlllllllllnlllAllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIII !! 42 Farms & Acreage ';
35 Houses for Sale
1 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sole I

I CLASSIFICATION INDEX II5i E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN Shadow Lawn Estates OWN YOUR
Custom-built homes that look
FOR SALE BY OWNER 22nd 70 ACRESLocated COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD NEW HOMESBe custom-built. If you are tired I
Reg Broker, specalizlng In Street area. 4 BR. 2 baths 27 I east of town with 50 JR. of homes with that subdivision -
LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE living room and fireplace; hardwood & ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE sure and Inspect these 3 and acres in planted pines 4 years Homes. Lots. Income. Bus- look. see
walls
floors. panelled I
bath
2 homeson
4 bedroom
AGE. 3 miles No. of Mel rose, built-Ins" ; central heat screened = 1 la Memorum N.W. 16th Ave. before old. A pretty 10 acre sand cot- iness and Lake Property. F. D. Oliver. Bldr. For Information
GR 5-2981. shaded landscaped yard 2 Card 01 TJi*n** $1 Wanted to Bee you torn lake.. A real buy at $10,000 Farms and Acreage Pk. FE !- i6C
porch P..... S3 Machinery Tools buy. Each on one half acre lots. Let show E. "CURLY" KUEHJf. Jr. West NW 39th University Park
1 CHOICE LAKE FRONT patio and Bar.B-Q pit service i 3 Lost Sprigged and landscaped. Mod us you. Kit .a Avo. past
Si N. MAIN
Year Call ;376-5642 for appU 4 FenoUnci Service Building Materials = UNIVERSITYREALTY ST. the Glen Spring latcrseotl -
Best Furnished
Buy area. ern kitchen. Hardwood floors. FR -2031
4 Broker FR -6SM
e Jnto...au.ag Household GoodsES 5 lice left. Apts.Box
Round Lake Home J25.000 5 Tr ?el Cent heat & air conditionedand i a. lfn a .
Choice 3 bedroom 2 bath FOR SALE BY OWNER NW I Special isotlccs Antiques much more. Call us any ---
I year round lake home $29.000 Section. 3 BR 2 bath CCB, .7 FloristS 68 Mlse. For Sale time to see. 11025
I Lake Rosa home with central heat. built-In appliances. 5 8 Baby Sitters Child Car 67 Trading Posts S 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
2 guest cottage $30.000I Large utility room. dbl. carport. C Places T. G. And 68 Articles Wanted W. W. Munroe. BrokerFORDYCE
Lake Santa Fe 4 bedroomsI paved street on sewer. Small Things T. SeeAUTOMOTIVE 63 Fuel Oil ft Woods $100.00 DOWNAnd I Mccors
2 baths JM.SOO down payment. FR 6-4774 after 70 Boats Marine. EquIp 22 only Si 00 per month will FOR SALE -- -- -- -- ----
71 Camp Hunt FUh Macoma Homes
Four bedrooms 2 baths CB pm. 'I 5 move you into this attractive CB ,
home on beautiful lake $35,000 Sales-Rental 73 Office Equlpmer.tx3 home at 1311 N.E. 14th place. NEW HOUSENo I
.t Airplane Lots available near new Myra
Four bedrooms 2 baths about NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2'' 5 77 Mobile Homes for Sale Musical Merchandise e 3 BR, 1 bath. Stove and Ref. Terweilllgar Elementary School. Inc.For .
3 acres on Lake Rosa $39,500 bath. Central heat, central air 5 ;. Tracks for Sale included. Move right In. Northwest section $1,650 and 2 full down tile payment. 3 Bedroom Sale. very attractive 3- I Your Best Buy!
ARNOLD REALTY CO. cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call 5 79 Trucks Wanted up-located on a paved street. bath. Fla. room !bedroom. bath home. 4617E.
I 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. 376-2927. 3 80 Tractors ft Truck BentaU REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I 7'/2 ACRESAnd Want a lot hidden away but very central on heat.existing Take up payments University Ave.; walking
PHONE 372-3522 83 Trailer Rentals accessible to town Nearly 2 mgr. distance to Lake Forest
3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On 1 \
6.. Scooters 33 Lot for Sale a nice like 2 372-9569 Schools. Price $1%. HIGHLAND
CLEARED. fenced 90 x 200 lot ont Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue 83 Motorcycles 34 Waterfront = very new acres and beautifully wooded 500. $SOD
Property BR. 1 bath home N.W. of townon down and I
clear sand bottom lake 25 miles to 43rd St. Intersecton. 84 Automobile Repairs I $3,000 $79.50 per month.
t from town. Jl.OOO cash. Phone turn right. go approximately 1 E 85 Automobiles for Sag >* 35 Houses For Sale the Fransworth road. Deep We have one with a beautiful Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
I 376-2342. mile, see sign on left. 89 Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL 36 Cottages For Sal 22 well. Storage and laundry. Pricedat lake view too-nearly fe of an jninuimotnnttmmuiimimnnuinstnNorwood' Day FR 6-7290 nights FR
T. D. ZETROUER BUILDER 37 Real Estate Exchange i only 7250. Call now to fee. acre and such a lovely neighI I G-: OlS. Office comer N. Main
38 Real Estate Wanted borhood. = *.of 23rd Blvd. COURT
1 FR 0-3848.
J Real Estate For Sale G a 18 Schools Instraettoa 39 40 Out Business of Town Property UNIVERSITYREALTY Do call us for that special lot. I Ii

3 BEDROOM block house for sale. 19 MusIc Daccinf. 41 Residential Properties Ineorao E FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES,

J 35 Houses for Sale 2 and Baths.take Would up payments.like $500 Call equity FR 55 20 Wanted Instruction 43:!: Farms ft Acreage a 5 INC.
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43 Colored Property I 926 West University Avenue B Hope"H" MANOR

EMPLOYMENT 376-1236 a
FOR rent or sale. S Bedroom. 1 64930.NEW a 17 Work Wanted Male RENTALS 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. HOMEBUYERS
bath CCB house. chain link HOMESPriced 16 Work Wanted Female M. Munroe Broker FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE I Inc.

fence. 2008 N.E. 16th Ter. Call from $11700 to $18.000 e It Sales Help Wanted 44 Cottages For Rent g Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank' RURAL PROPERTIES We Trade Homes I

1 FR 6-2293. NO MONEY DOWN VA 5 IS Help-Male or Female 45 Furnished Apti. Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Doug ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTOR

A HOME for Florida. Lg. open pay only $100 closing 3 1! Male Help Wanted 46 Unfurnished Apt. e las Jr. U.S. Hwy 441 Micanopy Fla. i or Property IlIIIIIIIIImmllnl1IIRIIIIIIIII1IIIU11IIIIIIIIIIIIII
area with walnut paneling Best terms FHA Dramatie 47 Rouses for Rent Furn. Mit Ph. 466-3120
living \
built-In planters. 24 ft. Free lifetime Swim Club Mem-. g 11 Female Help Wanted Houses for Rent Cnfura. = !! '
( sliding glass doors opening on- bership 49 Rooms for Rent = ExceptionalBEFORE GUIDEby /
to enclosed covered patio. 3 BR. HUGH EDWARDS FARMS & LIVESTOCK 60 Hotel Rooms g "Selling Florida Since 1906'' -i The following are ready forE :22
2 baths central air-condltion- 5 26 Ferm Equipment 51 Mise. Rentals = YOU BUY you MUST Country living at country prices. I occupancy. i ii 22

1 ;" ing and heating. eat-In kitchen INC. 27 Feed ft Fertilizer 51A Wanted To RentS p SEE this Immaculate 3 bedroom $365 down buys you 2." acres. i 1021 NW 40th Dr. 22 The James Co.
with built-in stove. dishwasherand 00 28 LIvestock ft Supplies Boarders Wanted S home located In a very desirableNE paved road frontage. school buses =! 3 BR. IVj Bath $500 dn. 22
; disposal. Close to schools. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street 2> Landscaping Top Soil 53 Office Desk Space = residential neighborhood.Front utilities. wooded homesites. i The James Co. of
22000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. SO Pets ft Supplies 51 Business Rentals = screened porch. oak floors. Drive west on Newberry Rd.. turn 22Ma. Inc.. Builders Gainesville
Week days after 5. FR 6-4945. 372-1551 31 LUestock WantedFINANCIAL attached garage. beautiful shrubbery right on SR No. 241. and watch i of Kingsberry
1 SERVICE trees and corner lot make for the sign, Los Trancos Woods. 4628 SE 2nd PI. Homes for this area will be
4BR Fla. Rm. fireplace partial BY THE OWNER In Idylewilde 2 | this well kept property a REAL Ralph Realtor 22! 3 BR. 1 bath $600 dn. $74 5 I I happy to answer any questionsyou
A-C. walk to schools. $19,500 FHA, BR, CCB house. tile bath. famIly BUY I i per mOo 22 might have concerning
Ave.. I Opportunities 23 Special Service 1 at 10000. ONLY 3 per cent
7th Business
$900 down. 3544 NW room. Call 372-8001 after 56 FOSSY home ownership. You might be
DOWN
FR 6-9048. 5:30 ".M. 5 57 Money te Lean 23 Home Improvements 22 plus closing costs. CALL i one of those
owner 21 Radio ft TV Service 1 US NOWI 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 4527 & 4617 SE 1t PI.g people that now
s I BEDROOM home. air conditioned. 58 Mortgages 25 Appliance ft Furniture Member Multiple Listing i 3 BR. 2 bath $SOD dn. $68 22 owns a home but found that It
IF plan to build and would 59 Money Wantediitnlt3mmllnrmllmlllllllftnlnnlllllllMlJIII1IIIIIIIII = Is
you thper mOo now Inadequate If this is the
wall carpeting $200 DOWNS bedroom 22
wall to masonry I
like a custom built home by experienced case. a call to The James Co.
the home. Draperies. Biil home with oak floors tile bath. E E
throughout iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniininiinnniiiiniinfflniiiiniiniiminimi I
large wooded lot.06ale builders that have carport fenced backyard and 220 ACRES. 16 miles from Gaines- | 303 & 313 SE 38th St.22304&3I4SE39thSt.. could very well solve your
Situated on
the time to discuss plans with ville. 3 lakes fenced at corner problems. By this we mean
I price $16,850. $1,000 down. call 3722527 ask for Gene For Sale 35 Houses for Sale paved street. ONLY 11600. No
you. 35 Houses of two paved roads. Approx. 60 i trading in your present home.
Weekdays after 5 QUALIFYING NECESSARYI /3j 1\
p call 376-1168. Paramore. We have availableour I I acres Bahia. Limestone base.
pm. Anytime on weekends. 80 plans to choose from. $40,000. Terms available write 22 13 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $" 22en There are a number of ques-
Complete financing can be explained 1806 NW 38th Terr. Down Excellent new listing for those j per mOo 22 tions
that
NORTHWEST 3 BR.. 2 bath. sep- payment owner. Margaret Miller. 1001 22 we can answer con-
interested in INCOME PRO- a
'" to you right In your own S450, FHA $97.27 mo. No Highland Ave. Fla. cerning trading. We feel that
arate dining Rm. Lg. living room on home. For appointment Cat. McKinneyGreen closing costs. Will paint inside PERTY. Three bedroom one Largo I pamBniiiffliinnnBiiffliiiiiiininitiminim! !! by talking with us you can
double garage.
playroom. Split-level. For sale THE JAMES CO. & out completely. 4 BR, 2 bath bath house with attached two 280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment. 5' pick a suitable floor plan and
lot.
wooded smaller Of Gainesville Inc. CCB home. For appt. to see bedroom one bath apartment. room house. Paved road. Close The following are under con- i 22 exterior design that will" suit
for
by owner. Will trade Off Builders of Klngsberry Homes 3720481. Both furnished. Call us for In- In. $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith 22 strvctlon and will be ready i 22 your needs from our Don'tSuffer
PL ( many
22nd home.St.2221) NW. 9th Ph. 3722527 nites 3727401.WEATHER perty.formation on this fine pro- 372-5393.Realtor. 1228 W. University Ave. 22 for occupancy soon. 22 j plans that we keep on hand.

A call to the James Co. will
BY OWNER. 3 bedroom. 2 bath ? PARRISH 3701 NW 21st PI. j get all the facts about any
home in Fine SW. residential DeatonREALTORS JOHN 43 Colored Property 22 3 BR 2 bath. $750 dn. $98 5! type financing. any questionsyou
area. Near Schools and LIKE THE 22perrno. i 22 might have without any

FHA financing drive by ShoPPlng'l You'll be comfortable In any HOMES FOR SALE 22_ 21st PI |I obligations on your part.
FR 2-2727. or PRESENTSDELIGHTFUL MERRILLRealtor 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & 3707 NW iiiSummer
40th St. weather in this new 3-bedroom SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay 5" BR, 2 bath $800 dn. $107 i S We have lots available In
baths fully air conditioned Creek Side : ment. Some small down 22permo. i iI most any section of town for
$250 DOWN Hugh Edwards home. Built in LIVING Lovely 3 pay 22 you to choose from.
2 BR frame house located on I kitchen Includes General Electric See this all-out modern three bedroom 2 bath home In lovely $6 ment.$. Also Monthly homes payment built on$57 to 22 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIInrnllllllllllllllllmmnllnmnnlllJl 22
MASONRY HOME MULTIPLE LISTING your
NW 12th Terr. $55 per month. oven and range and refrigerator. B.R. V/t bath Holly Forrest. Cozy carpeted lot for no down payment. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
Large laundry room. VA FHAor together with GUEST HOUSE living room with old brick fire- PHONE 3721494 Call TOMMY RIDGELL I FOR RENT Paramore have over 30 years
NEW 3 BR I BATH HOMES Conventional. Central heat Car port and place. Built-in kitchen central ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Builder Phone FR J-41JS combined experience in the
garage More than one acre of heat and air conditioned. Fen- PARDIW. 22 i 124SE7 hSt. 22
located construction of homes. By care.tul
$65 month. on
$500 down. HUGH
SE 45th Terr. land Beautifully landscaped ced back yard with swimmingpool H. BUCKHANNANJ. Furnished 22! 3BR.1 Bath 22 supervision by Jim and
45
EDWARDSINC. Call FR 2.3617.Madison and shuffle board court. Aprs. 22 I 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. 22 Gene. It will enable you as the *

Call FR 2-2372 or FR 25933. homeowner to get more home
ParkChoice FINLEY AREA We have two W. SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom 22 D22221122222222112211222222U11122! 22 for your money and certainly
WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD lovely 4 bedroom homes. Walk- furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd makes The James Co. construction -
Walking distance to schools. 3 NE 16th Ave. and 15th St. is the key word Yes Ing distance to J. J. Finley and St. $70 month. Phone FR 6- I ALL OUR HOMES ARE to be beyond compare.By .
BR. 2 baths home in Skyline FR 2-1551 you would like to see this attractive built on nice wooded lots. Both KirkpatrickAIRCONDITIONED 5270. B OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY i 22
Heights. Study. Hardwood floors. and delightful 3 B.R. 2 owners have left town so both 48 SEEING ANYTIME IF 22 i building primarily the For As
built-in & Cent. bath home. Beautiful inside NICE 2 bedroom furnished apart ft YOU WILL JUST CALL i 5 I
range oven. FOR SALE Woodland Terrace red are waiting for nice large famIlies for the sum- Klngsberry home we feel we
a heat. Shaded back yard. Call wood 3 BR 1 bath. new wall planter Central heat Parquet for immediate occupancy.Call mer weather that is on the ment. Living room. dining U 1123 S.E. 4th STREET i 5 have a great advantage and
3725974. to wall carpet stove & re- floors A visit to this home for complete Information on way. Entry hall lovely large room.water and furnished.kitchen. Private Lights bath and I I FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 IiillL'lIlIIlIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIlmlllmlllJUUIllllml i great opportunity for you as Little As
will be convincing. Priced under both homes. living room. dining room famIly -
friaerator. shaded lot landscaped and entrance. 4-blocks to the purchaser to pick design 1
camI
J HAZEL HEIGHTS patio. Small down payment. assume $17.50000 Call us for an appointment room with tile floor three pus. $75. FR 2-9704 or 29195. C / / /I: and floor plans that are created
See our bedroom and 3-bed- IS yr. mortgaoe. Total FR 23617. NEW LISTING Outstanding bedrooms two tiled baths sky. by some of the country's lead- $500 mo.
room. 2.bath CCB homes with $12.900 528 NW :34th Terr. Ph. contemporary lighted kitchen. Reasonably Ing architects.If per
( built-in electric stove and oven. 372- 060 after 6 P.M. and weekends Must Sell home one of the few priced located in popular
Central heat city utilities. or 376-8600 dally. homes in Gainesvillethat Anglewood and ready for you desire complete Information -
You HaveCentral
Wired for television and tele This spacious home must be Is solar designedand your occupancy.LITTLEW000Westwood. call The James Co. and Can
r phone. Large yards completely BEAUTIFULLY kept home, 3 BR. sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large a basic steel struc we will be happy to come to
grassed. Hazel Heights Is In'he Convenient to school & shopping.Oak panelled Fla. room. Living 8. dining ture. 4 bedrooms 2V4 area. k' your home and spend any
city limits. Equipped with parquet floor, like new. room. 2 Fireplaces Screened baths with 3000 sq. ft. Four bedrooms two baths livIng "MARCH the amount of time necessary to
sewer lines. close to bus stop Lots of closet space. Air-condi tile porch. This home will suit of floor space. Large room family room. par explain The James Co. systemof
low down payment. conven- tioned; dishwasher; nice yard you if you have a large family carpeted living room quet floors. Priced at $15,25000 home ownership.We .
tional loans. Located on North- $300 down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. and need lots of room Locatedin modern kitchen, huge FHA evaluation with $14,75000
west 39th Ave.. West of 13th FR 25943. the perferred Northwest screened porch. double loan possible for 30 years. Family can secure FHA VA and
St. Shown by appointment. within 2 blocks of an elementary carport tremendous several different types of conventional Air'Conditioning
phone FR 23826. $7714 MONTHLY VA loan. Love- school. Will consider a reasonable storage area central FOUR BEDROOMS two baths W1o0 Into A Home financing.Let .
ly 3 BR home with Fla. rm.. offer. Owner leaving town.It heated and air conditioned are in this modern LIbby Heights ,
.
patio & carport. Located In NE would pay you to investigate home with a large separate us mention a few of
FREDARNOLD sect. By owner 3722341. Call FR 23617. dining room. The delightful Before the Homes that are either under -
NEW WESTSIDE residential sub- living room with sliding glass if construction or in the
Neat and Clean Dial 22511 to ASSOCIATESJ. divis;on soon opening. Acre lots. doors leads out to a love/ planning stage.4bedroom ,
see this 3 bedroom home in Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. paved streets outside city lim patio setting of shade trees. APRIL Showers'
beautiful Idylwild on large lot J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire its. May we tell you more about shrubs and flower beds. A. 2-full tile baths.
with fenced back yard. Located Virginia A. Power this restricted area. menities include central heat' living room family room. II installed in a new 1
between University and Multiple Listing and a modern kitchen with Situated on a lot 100x276'. This
( REALTOR new Country Club. Hardwood RANCHETTE home sites. too. Approximately dishwasher and disposal. is a VA home. By buying now "
floors with some carpeting. Flor. 10 acres each. Lo-> This is all yours In the you can be your own decorator.
ida room. separate workshop and cated on Newberry Road. Just $25,000.00 price range.
storage room. Priced at $14.- YOUNGAMERICA $50000 down 5 years on bal I 3-bedroom, IV* baths. strip
1336 N.E. 7th ST.I 000. ance. J. W. hardwood floors. Situated on a
i SEE YOUR MULTIPLE well shaded lot, that is on a

Comfort and economy for your Extra Special. To see Is to be- KIRKPATRICKREALTOR dead end street. Small down
4 family for $400 cash down payment lieve that this modern home M.M.PARRISH payment, low monthly pay
Yes. If you can qualify exists In our community. Closeto LISTING REALTORJ. ments. OMFORT
I for FHA the monthly payments University and outside city HOMESPRESENTS Member of Multiple Listing I
'J. will be approximately $81.00 per limits. Designed and built for the 31 N. Main Phone 372-8404 3-bedroom. IV* baths. terrazzo
month. Range and refrigerator In- fun loving family with enclosed ASSOCIATES floors. Situated on a large I CONDITIONED I
cluded. pool and outdoor grill. Drapes. Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, RealtyMcKirineyGreersDeaton corner lot. $400 down and less
carpeting and bar stools In- NEW BRICK I Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret. University Realty than $75 per month. plus taxes HOME
cluded. Excellent financing avail AND ASSOCIATES. INC. and Insurance. This one Is
BEST BUY John Merrill Arnold Realty
able.If MODELSOPEN MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. $100 DOWN Agency ready to occupy. 1
a Handsome 2 story concrete Wayne Hill Helen Graham 3 Bedroom concrete block home Torn Dobscn Agency Dan Byrd Agency I II
block residence with central you want a spacious home In 10 a.m. Til Dark Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish on paved street. We .own this Wilbur Bishop Realtor Arch Campbell. RealtorM. bedroom, 3-tIled baths. extra I
heat. Over 1.900 sq. ft. features excellent condition and enjoy FEATURES : 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 house at 1311 KE 14th r and M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate large. recreation room den. L'r=;
wood hard- built In kitchen completely air
burning fireplace small town contentment phone want to discuss payments. Ap I Ii
Fos
wood floors. dishwasher In kitchen for appointment to see this 3 Fireplaces prox. $75. Closing costs if you Fordyce Associates Ralph $ey conditioned. Located In one of
There are 3 bedrooms 2 I bedroom home on large beautifullot Screened porches FORDYCESTRATEGIC have good credit. See us for this Warner Weseman Gladys Smith Realty Gainesville's finest neighbor
baths and separate family room. in Micanopy. 12200. Custom kitchen cabinets and other homes with best hoods.
Large wooded lot. $700 down to Oversized bathroomsPlus terms. Ph. FR 6-2472. Warner I by I
qualified buyer.BEAMED. many other custom I W. Weseman, Realtor 1113 N. We are planning'a two-story
I DAN BYRD features Main St. I home with over 2200 Sq. Ft.

CEILINGSOwner ASSOCIATES VA & FHA yes this home Is situated on a of living area. The price on
this one will amaze you. I
beautiful lot in a good northwest 38 Real Estate Wanted ; KirkpafrickPierson
has moved away. He INC. location. Large colonial home. i
said sell I 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. Jack DeYot Broker TERMS three bedrooms lovely living BUTLER BROS. We plan to build 16 homesIn
terrazzo floors. central heat ASSOCIATES'Walter room with fireplace spacious kit.chen the NE Gainesville area and
paved street. beautifully landscaped Stoddard E. E. Holloway and a separate dining WANT TO BUY have already picked the floor
Walking distance to elementary
and exterior design that
lot. Full price 17600. plans
Christine Stone room. For more Information call
FR 22511825 N.W. 13th Street Churches.& Jr. High Schools Shopping & FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC.. 2 or 3 bedroom home with family is most suitable for each lot. & ,
room and 2 baths. Kitchen mUst 1964 Paradeof
Member 376-123o.
I ARNOLDREALTY Multiple Listing YOUNG be equipped. Central heat pre
ferred. Must be priced right
OVER 1,400 Ft.
plus carport and PRESTIGEIs with reasonable down payment.
I COMPANY porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-Vi yours In this delightful home. Write to Box 345-A Gainesville\
bath attic fan. built in drawers. AMERICA Three Over 20 Models
Member Multiple Listing bedrooms two baths. completely Home Values
vanity and storage galorel 80-
1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 x40 Convenient to Metcalf built-in kitchen. beautiful Sun.WANTED
AssociatesPete Sleg Bishop Parochial Schools. $80 HOMESNW living room with drapes and wallto RIGHT NOWMy i O $12.500 to
Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason Mo. V.A. 4;4 percent. FR 4-2775. wall carpeting. Call Today client needs up to 200 acres
Jim Shepperd F. W. Hodge FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC* good cattle land In this general 3 & 4 Bedrooms $17,250
34th & 7th Avenue 376-1236.
Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman
3 LG. BR. 2 bath. panelled LR. area. Must be reasonable. Will
fireplace attached garage. HW Phone 3727070GlADYS pay cash. Write Bart Pilcher For More InformationCall e Payments from

floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. VETERANSIf Broker 422 W. Chrystal Drive S Palm View Estates
TALK NW near Stephen Foster. $14.500. you wish a home with little or Sanford. $73.59

$450 dp. FR 24851. no down payment and are a qualified I

ABOUT SMITH veteran-we have one for 39 Out of Town Property Fernwood ManorWestmorland TheJames
BY OWNER Hibiscus Park. Fin- you. Call and make an appointment ; VISIT OUR
LOCATION ley School Area. 3 Bedroom fin- now to get this home.
I
You won't find a better location ished FR 2-0992.upstairs. Fireplace. Phone $400 baths.down.Wall Three to wall bedrooms.carpeting.two 376-1236.FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 71 ACRE building lot on top of a Estates Co.

than this pre-owned rambler. Nice lot. Only 13000. Call 372- bill 3 miles Northwest of Ala- Of Gainesville Inc. I MODEL HOME
Your children In the cttua with
can play 5393. a beautiful view and
large established yard or near NW and SECTION 4 bedroom.for 2 sale bath or rent CCB 3 CHARMINGIs ornamented by oak. hickory pine FHA from $400 Down Builder of Kingsberry .
by at the Metcalfe or Howard home. City water lights and Charming and different 3 bedroom only one of the many words and other type trees. Fence the Homes. TODAY
Bishop school playground. 3- sewers. Shown by appointment. 2 bath home In an established that can be used to describe whole 71 acres. build a home In -
\ bedrooms all featuring builtInwardrobes Phone FR 2-3826. neighborhood. Fenced yard. this lovely brick home with four the center and let the rest of OFFICE PHONE
fully tiled tub baths Priced at $15,830. Good financing. bedrooms three baths. a spacious the world go by. The price of VA .. Nothing DownAsk 372-2527
parquet floors. thruout. separate FOR Sale 3 BR; 2 bath brick Call 3725393. living room and Florida room the entire lot Is only 14200. NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS
dining area. $15.000. $550 down home. FHA financing. $550 down. a delightful kitchen all centrally FRANK D. & LEE HOWARD.
includes closing cost. FHA. heated and air conditioned. Do about paint own home for 3727401McCOY'S
Must sell owner leaving town. Bargain. Estate with 3 acres. Real Estate Grady Finance our your
HUGH 2208 NE 15th Terr. Call 376-8472. Rambling country home with 2.*00 call. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. Building phone 454-1396 High down
square feet. Only County t xes. 2 INC, 376-1236 for an appointment Springs or 909 W. Magnolia/ St. payment.
EDWARDSINC. 3 BR. 1 bath family room. fireplace bedroom 1 bath guest cottage.See to see this one. Leesburg.
nice yard. back fenced. this one by calling 3725393. ,
Lots of shade. lovely neighborhood 40 Business Drive west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model
PropertiesFOR
low equity. low payments. 7V4 acres. fenced Improved pas FORDYCEASSOCIATES Home NW 39th Terrace.
NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. Low Price. 1845 N.E. 7th Terr. ture. 2 dwellings. $$15,000 Near sign on

FR 2-1551 FR 6-8S87. City. Terms. Live In one. rent: SALE OR LEASE 16 ACRES. ,
other. To see. call 3725393. SALES OFFICE
with S acres zoned business. 500 :
BY OWNER SPECIALSMALL
HOUSES FOR SALE: :3-BR 2- 31.500 ft. hwy. frontage 3 bedroom
Bath. central heat with" fireplace Luxurious 4 BR. nearly new GLADYS SMITH furnished house. INTERESTED? BUTLER BROS. Builders
NW 47th Terrace. Price home located NW on Ig. lot in INC.Multiple Call 2-4957. OFFICE BLDG. N.E. 23rd Blvd.
$1500 Durant Estates.. Central air & RealtorMultiple I For Hie size 24x32. Hit tot
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR heat. Fully equipped kitchen. Ustlng be moved from present loca-
1bath. SE 46th Terr. $9.500. S2 NW 58th St. Ph. 376-356. Listing Mrs. Grace S. Fordyce.. Broker LOOKINGFor MATT MEADEN Sales tion. Can be used a* small I and 11th Terr.
Payments $65 per mo. Associates: Mrs. Mary Moeller, Broker business ? block Man-ger 2 ome. Price S42SO.00 Can Cerokl f
2BR 1-bath. SE 46th Terr. $6400. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER. Ben Griffin Florence Burns space City
Mr. E. W. Moeller, Associate with or V. Q. McCoy. FR1336k
large concrete block
And$45 also per mo.some trade-In Houses. 3 call bedrooms.after 5:30 2 baths NW section Caroline Naves Dan Sheldon W. Harvey Benton Associate ing. Ideal for most any build-type Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9043 Office, corner N. Math j fj PHONE 3723471r
Call FR 6-7466. ment. 376-1736 p.m. for appoint- 1223 West University 1U West University Avenue business. 1111 S. Main. Call Mrs. I and 23rd Blvd.
Phone 372-5393 376-1234 ,I It' Jones FR 63583.rr.
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I 45 tarnished ApH. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. <64< Household Good <66< Misc. For Sal 77 Mobil. Homes for Sale --- -

) __ 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale

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NICELY furnished 2 bedroom 2 BR unfurnished home. Ref rig., T- APPLIANCESTested FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 NOW SHOWING '60 V.W. convertible New tOPI new

apartment. Spacious quiet. Excellent stove & dinette furnished Ig. and Guaranteed Firestone 12 h.p. outboard 1964 MOBILE HOMES ,'63 CORVAIR MONZA. equippedwith 1957 CADILLAC Sedan deVllle 4- tag; new floor mats. A-l throughout -

/ neighborhood FR e-3985 fenced back yard. Close In to 42 Refrigerators from $39 vp motor $194.95; 1 Philco 12.3 cu. 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor radio heater white side dr. hardtop. fully equipped Including $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4
1 after 4 p.m. or FR 4-7142. town. Call after 4 P.M. 372- 190. Ranges from S39 up ft. refrigerator $177.95; 1 Phil- Plans. Terms tailored to meet wall tires. 1,000 actual miles. factory air cream puff. p.m.

REAL nice clean apartment. For unfurnished house. 17 Washers from lit up co port. T.V with stand. $195 your budget. Drive a little and Assume payments small equity. $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see.
BEDROOM
3
coupl. a Dryers from S49 up 2-42..pIKe drill sets. $12.95 ea. save I lot at Will consider older car for 85-1 Automobiles Wanted
SW 24th only.5t. FR Nllr US"clmpus. 17 ---1" Nice. 5 acres ground under 2 Food-Freezers from S9f up Firestone Stores, 304 W. Univ- CONNOLLYMobile equity. Call owner at 372-U41, FOR SALE BY OWNER, 1962 Continental -
FR 62641or
fence. month.
I $85 a 2 Dishwashers from $4t up Ave. Home Sales, Inc. ext. 33. 1-5 weekdays. Sedan fully equipped WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords
6-2930. Ask for Mr. Haines. 10 2 Miles North U. S. 441 20.000 miles. Factory guarantee
TV Sets from S3J up on and Chevrolets. See at Herndon
EAST SIDE WHOLESALE prices on quality fur- ATTENTION Snriners! t9 4 Cros- until Oct. 50000
\ 2 BR. partially furnished house. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Phone 4H-8164 or miles. $4.- Service Station 916 S. E. 4'h
1220 N.W. 21St Ave. Call 372- 4i' NW em Ave.Ph. 372-5303 niture: Walnut mirrors $10 & Closed Sundays ley. Runs good. SI00. Phone FR 000. Phone 376-4280 or 374-4774. Street.
GARDEN 6-3211. Ext. 534
Bill
$25; Sealy Innerspring double bed days.
} 8453. TWO bedroom house trailer, $900. Greene. c _
$90, beige hospital bed, adlust-
APARTMENTS To BR house, able height $140 34" two drawer one bedroom house trailer $750.
3 ;
UNFURNISHED
3622 Can be rented. Phone 374-4234 BRING out the best In your car.
$57 per month up fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th chests unfinished $20; cork bulletin Monday to Friday to S. Superior Auto painting & body
.
I Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372- boards $2.50; unfinished 9 work. Fast dependable service NEW 1964 GMC II
Gainesville's Finest (932. BEACH BLVD. drawer desk $45; 10' wide x T 53 GREAT Lakes for sale excellent free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S
IN green matchstick traverse dra- condition. Phone 372-4400
Furnished ReachPeople BODY WORKS 2031 NW 4th St.
or unfurnished
$115 Mo. 3 bedrooms stove & Ref,,
pery $25 4x4 heavy cotton pile after 6 P.M.
Lovely 1
and 2 bedroom apart fenced back yard Immediate Storage Warehouse FR 4-9707. PICKUP TRUCKS
I ment. 309 NE rugs $12.50; walnut bedtray with
fth St. Phone 374- -
1311 NE 14th FIRST
'601.I. occupancy. Address: reading shelf $25; Childcraft dres- quality mobile home 1962 1963 CHEVY II Statwn Wagon, h
Terr. Ph FR 6-2472-Weseman 4 serl3"x "" $85 Cx 12ta- Schult 50 x 10. 2 BR front Air conditioned, auto. trans,
g 2-BEDROOM furnished garage Realty-1113 N. Main St. tarn floor mats $12.50. Gaddum kitchen excellent condition X400.. radio & heater three seats

I. apartment, 405 NW 10th St. NW 2 BR CCB house stove & re- ROOMS FURNITURE Interiors, 12 NW 3rd Ave. Lot 49. Shady Nook Trailer white side walls, 4.000 miles
: J Phone FR 4-5974. schools, & APPLIANCES Park 3723883.MCMURRAY less than 5 mos. old. SI00 cash
street near
frlg. Quiet ELECTROLUX floor polisher like .1768
372-
take payments. Call
up !
4 FURNISHED 3 bedroom. bath. avail. Immed. Ph. 2-0341 or 376- RepossessedBecause new. sold over $100 now S69. Mobil. Home Sales. (171 I to 5-372-5733 after S
i Water furnished large yard. For 4867 after 4 P.M. GE vacuum automatic cord 8-10 wIde 1 or 2 BR. used lake P.M. :

working couple. N.W. 31st Ave. ReadyTo UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. of family troubles lust rewlnder. Sold new $49.95 now or house traders from 1295. 1 ,
and th Terrace. 3129 N.W. tth $3995. 25 assorted vacuums office Trailer for rent or sale.
2414 E.
4 Stove & refrigerator. com In & take over payments
r Terrace. Call FR 6-4817. Univ. Ave. Phone FR 4-5709 on entire houseful. Consists of a $25- up. The KIrby Co. 712 N. 3 mL So. of Starke on 301. 964- FOR THE CORRECT LOW DOWN PAYMENT i::!

1 after 5:30 P.M. beautiful 2 pc. living room suiteIn Main FR 4-7110. 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant.
BEDROOM air conditioned TIME
nylon, sofa makes Into bed LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS jii;
furnished SAVE
apartment. New 3 BR. 1 bath block house. LocatedIn also matching club chair w-solld BARBIE TYPE doll clothes priced $1,000
Apartment 111. 1214 S.W. 2nd Newberry Fla. $55 month. lower than commercial 64 10x50 ARMOR $3,645 FR 2-1411
foam cushions, 2 decorator
Ave. Colonial
Manor Apts. $115. FR 21865.3BEDROOM.. others made on request. 372-4512. Town & Country Trailer Sales '
1 block from Occu- lamps, 2 step fables In margollte 'Iii
I pancy by February campus.25. living room. din- with matching cocktail table. In 1004 NE 5th Ave. 3340 SW Archer Rd. Courtesy Of Tropical I Pontiac

I 1 BEDROOM duplex furnished Buy Ing room. tile bath. Screened the dresser bedroom with tilting massive mirror.double chest 2 '57 ENG. FORD. one running; 1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. 2 University Chevrolet I 11:1:
porch convenient to Shopping 1-4 hp riding lawn mower; 1 bedroom. air conditioner. a x 36'.
I apartment. Water furnished. water furnished. Avail of drawers & bookcase headboard Kenmore washer, 1-2 dr. Ref. Phone :372-3334. N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
I Call FR 65112.DOWNSTAIRS Center with sliding panels for I I
able March 15. $85. Phone FR 150 Ibs. freezer 374-5743. I GMC Truck Center !; I
5 your clock radio all done In 1957 LIBERTY Spence Craft 42I

apt. married room, furnished 6-3070. exotic Sahara Mist finish. Sec MAHOGANY twin bed suite dresser ft. 2 BR. auto. washer, $1,400. 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 i ;
I couples adults
only. Use 2BR CCB house. stove a, ref. ond bedroom has twin maple chest & mirror; Washing Can arrange financing. $300 GAINESVILLEAUTO L ,
no pets. 414 NE 7th St.
.p Cony. to bus (. elem. school. 1022 beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 PC machine; cedar chest bookcase; down. FR 4-8277. May be seen at i !
NEW ept. available now. 3 BR NW 3lst Ave. Ph. 372-3341 after dinette set with formica top VIctrola. 374-1531. 437 SE 74th St. SALES J
& 2 baths also I 1 BR apt. 5 P.M. table & 6 foam padded chairs.
315 NW 19th Lane. Phone FR 6- Admiral refrigerator with cross DINETTE. table with chairs. 36' 1959 SPARTAN mobile home 1007 N. Male St.
2892. Person top freezer shelves In door aV Modem hardwood table with carpeted. Like new. See to ap Phone FR 2-6313
49 Rooms for Rent dairy bar 36" range with oven, Formica top. $20 374-7344. predate Contact D. J. Lemon

I WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. or broiler and storage drawers. GE stove & refrigerator excellent Archer Rd. Village. Space E2. Northcentrol FIId&SLargest

2 girls SIS per week. to share NICE: room. close In. Private entrance Orig. price 1019.38 condition, both $125. Phone 372-
2 Br. home with young divorcee.I all channel antenna. Off BALANCE DUE ONLY 5506.
i 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE Independent Dealer
I I Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mon. To street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd I

thru FrU or anytime week-ends. Place. FR 2-2582. $267No CALORIC Utra-Matic gas stove

J FURNISHED 2 BR mobile home SMALL, heated furnished room for money down, S2JO week. Askfor discounted Items of furniture.to $175. All Also In other like 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van-
type truck. Has been serviced
private lot 2027 NW 32nd PlaceS In. Ph.
Close
man. 1st floor. new condition. VOLKSWAGEN
Brock's furniture in storage Ph. FR 6- 410
completely on monthly sched
FR 6-1180. 155 per month. PersonWanl 372-1981. 416 NE 2nd Avenue.
ci
27 ule. $700. FR 2-8461.
FACTORY made cabana with
EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. front bedroom NATIONAL
LARGE quiet factory made
folding partition.Call EXCEPTIONAL bargain, 1963 heavy
All utll. except gas for cookIngI semi-private bath and entrance. 20189.SCOTTMAN'S.
duty Ford econ. van. 4 monthsold.
& heating turn. S60 McKInney 6-1961.
mo. $6.25 per week. Phone Furniture .
1930
NW 2nd Ave. Phone
J Green. Inc. FR 23617. Ice making machine
FOR: RENT a nice room with Warehouse good condition. See at 2426 SW FR 2-2536.
CLEAN 2 BR. trailer on nice lot. private bath & outside entrance. 13th St.REPOSSESSED.
near bus line. MS mo. Can be Close-in and near Univ. Phone 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals MILLER-

j' seen by calling 372-7018. 372-4081. 3622 Singer port
able. Zig Zag and attachments.
BROWN
MS CLEAN efficiency, pay yearly ROOM for rent private entrance. Sews forward and reverse over RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn __e 1964 FIAT 600-D
save more than \4. Private $10 a week. See before 1 p.m. pins and needles. Round bob the USA. from United Rent- 1030 E. Univ. CIA5
I bath and entrance Beautyrest 1015 NE 10th Ave. Beach Blvd.Next bin. $6 month Balance $36. Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-2835. FR 2-3582
\ mattress. Close In. Also unfurnished 2-DR. SEDANs1199
I Ads SEWING MACHINE
t room $25. Ph. 372-2324. NICE quiet room. gentleman Call pre- So. gate Plaza FL 9-2541 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
SERVICE
Telephone & carport. CO.
ferred. OPEN DAILY '-9; SUNDAY 12-6
I SUMMER special 1 & 2 Bedroom 376-6571 before 1 p.m. $10. Jacksonville, Florida _815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 60175. I
apartments well furnished quiet
,, location couples only. no pets. week. .22 CALIBER auto rifle, 'nylon I ALLSTATE compact motorscooter Ford
$100 per mOo L. J. Moratto. 2505 CHEERFUL, clean. comfortable MODEL HOMEFROM 66'," with-scope $45; Polaroid very good. Best offer will takeIt.
J NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. room. Housekeeping privilegesFew camera with case, $37 27 pistol Call FR 4-0374. I Falcon
blocks from Campus. Day, DISPLAY $16; rebuilt typewriter $28; Port- I with
4 2 BEDROOM trailer. Single or 4 Week. or Month. FR 4-0410. 3 COMPLETE able sewing machine $15: 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Fairlane Exchange any car
I. couple. On Archer Road. Priced i drive the
plastic pipe $345 per 100'. Trampolines you can on lot.
very reasonable. Mrs. Gasklns. large room, with private
NICE
ROOMS $145; Glass display case T-Bird
entrance suitable for Features NO additional Cost
I FR 23829.EFFICIENCY. nice bath $15; Hallicratters short wave SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP I at :
1 t furnished apart- working couple. 204 NE 5th Ave.F Furniture a> appliances-consist radio $27; Enameled aluminum Your car's pep & power show Ford Bucket seats heater defroster, dual Rectrlc wlndshlell
I R 28855. ing of 2-pc foam rubber I wipers, windshield washers sell cancelling turn signals,
ment. With TV antenna comfortable. nylon siding .18 per sq. ft. We buy up with a tune-up at BROWN'S ondercoattng -
For a couple.I Call 374-1748. COMFORTABLE front room. 3windowS. covered sofa & matching chair. guns and tools. ConsignmentSales SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed Trucks safety belt anchors leatherette upholstery [
Lines ; off street parking, gentleman 2 steo tables & matching cock Co. 425 SE 2nd St. recapping & wheel alignment. bumper guards (front rear) courtesy lights ashtrays;

4 FUN LOVING BACHELOR wants Call FR tr5953. tall table with plastic finish 2 _809 N. Main. FR 6-4310. Used emergency tool kit.Berkley.
F to share apt. with same. Air only. tall decorator lamps with eye DUNCAN Phyfe Set. Table 45x60 I
saver shades. Beautiful gold mist 6 chairs. China cabinet and serv-
\ conditioned. Call John FR 2-4404 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE Motors
Rent
Cars
after 5:30 P.M. 51-A Wonted To bedroom suite double dresser ing table. Phone FR 2-7057 after
with large titling mirror master
1 FURNISHED duplex apt. Clean 2 size chest large double bed. 6.W'
10 "SPORTS CAR CENTER"
CRAFTSMAN band saw $50. BUICK for sale 1943. Will con- Get TOTAL
BR. kitchen bath back porch. 1 or more Complete 5 pc. chrome dinette I
bedrooms
704 SE 4th Ave. 3 or more unfurnished house. C.II set 19M Admiral refrigeratorwith 4W Craftsman Plane $25. Ph. sider trade. See at 312? NW 11th PERFORMANCESHAAW 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373
bathroom FR 2-3768 St. after 6; p.m. or week-ends.
weekdays full Width freezer & 'rni----
FR J-9500 after 4:30: p.m. crispoer __ ___ __ = "fi.r.r a.I
1 BEDROOM trailer quiet, prlv- -
ate. Good for student or work- or all day weekends. bar,shelves deluxe In. door with and thermostat dairy RCA WHIRLPOOL, % ton and GE CADILLAC 1954 for sale.l Fully ,
range
Hotpolnt 1 ton air conditioners.Both equipped. Average to .
Ing person. 150 month. Phone controlled oven roll out good condition -
FR 2-9838. Days 54 Business Rentals broiler. This furniture has been 110 volts. 1603 N.E. 15th 4 tires nearly new. Financing &
Terr. FR 23981. available. Price $215.
I on display only. Everything
new
LARGE. clean well furnished 4- Call 374-1553 or 374-1597.
I j, room apartment. No children or WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located & guaranteed. Regular price THE BEST costs less. Every pot KEETER INVENTORY
\ pets. Married couple. Marie at 620 S. Main St. Call $998, now only you own Is automatic with Full. CHEVROLET 1958 wagon 4 dr.

Whlteman. 110 N.W. 7th Terr. JOHN MERRILL, Realtor. FR gas Burner with a brain. Your You can buy this for only $8 230 W. UniversityFR
2-1494. $499No Phllgas Distributor, 374-5392. a week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H 2-0503
DUPLEX. clean modern 2 Br. s200v Motors. _
private yard 2060 N.W. 34th Ave. $125 MO. money down payments 14 KENMORE automatic washer, good
$82 mo. Phone evenings 374788X NEARLY new modem office or wk Immediate credit & delivery condition. $50. Call after 6 p.m CHEVROLET 1954 4 dr. This car
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. or will hold In storage at no FR 2-5469. Is going for only $8 a week. CLEARANCE!

FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty Call Bill 3723749. H & H
UPSTAIRS 2 BR furnished apt.. Ph. N. Main St. charge.NATIONAL Motors. FINE CARS
1113 70 Boats-Marine
E4ufp.
LR... kit., til* bath Front & C FAIR PRICES I
back entrance. Downtown sec- NOW LEASING in new bldg. retail FURNITURE WAREHOUSE CHEVROLET Impala 1958. hard-
Save
tion. Ph. FR 4-317t. stores & offices suites. W. 3422 Beach Blvd. FL 95541 top coupe $695 Contact Mr. S COURTEOUSSALESMEN Many Dollars on these:
Univ. Ave. Call 372-2385 for In.formation. Open Dally '-9. Sat. 9-4. Sun. 12-4 17' FIBERGLASS Cobla cruiser. Chaffen Arden Streit 372-0486.
55 HP Homelite motor. Murray
46 Unfurnished ApH. Jacksonville Fla. trailer completely equipped. I CHEVROLET 1957, 4 dr hard.
k
Rentals G. E. range. $70 Admlrai-e. months old. $1995. FR 2-3742. top. Good condition. Call FR 2- S PROMPT 63 Rambler 63 Rambler

TWO spacious newly redecorated 54 Business frigerator $100. Both In excellent 3480. SERVICE 4-dr Classic '660' station wagon, Classic 4-dr '660' automatic. .
apt*. Kitchen equipped. 1 at condition. Can be automatic heater. Individual air heater
seen 515 NW 72 Office conditioned power
Equipment CHRYSLER 4 -
1955 dr. air conditioning
$70 1 It S80. Call 372-7451. OFFICE space for rent. Univ. 37th Place.KENMORE low mileage 1 owner, I reclining seats. Very, very low steering like new In and out.
St. 2nd floor 20c All
Ave. & Main these qualities are mileage. NEWI
FIVE rooms and bath downtownarea. foot. John Merrill Real 36" gas range $55; deceased. Phone 2-0189. $2395
sq.
Water furnished. SAO month. per 372-1494. GE automatic washer. $40; Sealy GAINESVILLE'S largest volumn standard at: I $2495
tors. CORVAIR
No pets. FR 2-4421 or FR 21633. double mattress & springs $25. office supply dealer Chestnut's Monza 61 new paint. _ _
FOR LEASE 2 warehouses In same By owner. 374-10C3. Office Equipment Co. Invites you radio, heater, auto. trans., good '
s AVAIL. APR. 1st 2 BR apt., Ig. bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. to come in and shop or call for tires. good mileage. Small equity B&GMOTOR \
LR.. kitchen equipped. No children Can be used for storage or repair free delivery. Chestnut's Office assume payments. Hilltop Motor 62 Chevrolet 62 Rambler
pets. Couple preferred. <65< Antiques Court after 5:30 p.m.
or Equipment Co. 106 W. UniversityAve.
: garage. t-4r Bel-Air" automatic radio, 4-dr Custom, automatic radio
Phone 372-4857. 35 x 40 $4$ per mOo In Downtown Gainesville. FORD Fairlane 500 1961. V-8 CO. heater power steering cxheater, Individual reclining

30 x 35 $45 per mo. ANTIQUE for auto. trans., power steering & tra nice carl seats. Extra extra nice.
47 Houses for Rent Furn. To see pick up keyes at Hunt's 372-6310. organ sale. Call 73 Musical Merchandise brakes radio & heater seat- Authorized Cadillac. $1895 $1395
"'66" Station or call 374-8846. belts, good tires. Must sell. I
I Call 372-2632. Oldsmobile Dealer

LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom 56 Business OpportunitiesLAUNDRY USED SPINET PIANO 62 RAMBLER
66 Misc. For Sal.DOWLING'S .
MERCURY 1957, must sell 4 dr New Cars
: 60 Chevroletfpassenger
houses month or year. Mathewson BALDWIN SPINET. WALNUT
Manor. Call 475-2981. business in full opera H.T. Radio and heater. 5 good 115 S.E. 2nd St. Custom 4-dr. Sedan, automatic
tion. Located In High Springs, FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. tires. Must see to appreciate.Best radio heater air conditioned ,
1 BR. nicely furnished house. Fla. Excellent Income. Will consider UPHOLSTERY $465. offer. Phone 6-7<<9. FR 6-7515 power steering Individual station wagon automatic
Concrete block. Phone 41.2171. exchange of real Chairs low as 58. No money reclining seats. A beautiful radio heater low mileage
trade or down, low GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. 4 dr. hardtop
MERCURY. 1956.
Campevllle. Fla. $45 month.FORDYCE Les Jack- as $5 per month." Used Cars: carl Nlcel
Estate. Call anytime. Free estimates, pickup and delIvery FR 2-5353. loaded with extras for $8 a week.
TEW 2001 N.W. 13th St.
Associate. ERNEST _ .
son service. All work guaran- Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors. $1695
REALTY. 3766461. teed. Phone 374-7784. ORGAN SALEOf FR 6-7515 $1395 I
I MGA 1957 new Interior new paint.
3 BR. 2 bath. home completely GROCERY store for sale. Colored AIR CONDITIONER Carrier. Like : Christmas Left overs. All price S400. Call FR 2-5806 or FR ____
redecorated. Available Mar. 15. Reason new Savings to 30
business. Good profits. organs. up
new 9,400 Works. ,
BTU. Used 4-9707. Wright's Body
$150 per month. Call for selling other business Phone Sept. '63. $150. Call FR only July- per cent. Earl's Piano Co. 62 RAMBLER
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES FR 4-7231. After 7 p.m. Call FR 4-0141. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222Automotive MGA good condition, R. H, wire w- 60 Rambler

-' INC. 2-0641. RALEIGH motor scooter. $45. Dinette w tires. Toneau luggage rack. American 4-dr station wagon .

t26 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374-1234. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR set $25. Lawn mower $15. $800 or best offer. Emil Wild. YOUR radio heater an extra nice 4-dr automatic, radio, heater,
Merchandise Westinghouse Laundrymat $50. FR 6-2521 after 5 p.m. buy air cond., and out. '
3 BEDROOM furnished suburban i Custom built desk $30. Double $1345 $99'5de
home. Plenty of room close to RENT 3 BR. 2 bath built-in bed $10. Student bed $5. Plat OLDSMOBILE 1961 Dynamic 88.

: school. Available April 1st. $120 kitchen corner lot, 2 blks. from 61 Wanted to Buy form rocker $5. Fertilizer distributor one owner car. Power steering
per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. Met alfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 $5. Shallow well pump 77 Mobile Homes for Sale & brakes. WSW tires. radio &
Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. $10. FR 4-2395. heater. Just like new. only 13. CHOICE!
Call 3723133.UNFURNISHED. WE BUY and sell all kinds of fur 000 miles. 2 tone color. Call FR 62 FORD
8 FOR rent 1 BR furnished house. niture, stoves refrigerators. CASE: Coke dry box with lift 25843.PONTIAC.. 59 BUICK
With garage. Located 309 NW 2 BR house. 2121 clothes radios, TV etc. Call doors on top. Just like new. Cost OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a Late model Fairlane 500 V.I I
15th Ave. $45 per month. Phone SE 3rd Place. $45 per mo. Phone FR 23937. $434-first $200 gets It. 2 basolme little to save a lot. Below market '60. 4-door hardtop, Ventura engine automatic transmia- LeSabre 4-dr. Automatic, power

28490. 372-8690. WANT to buy U.S. & foreign Toro golf carts, good for Ig. clean. Lake Geneva Trailer Vista Low mileage. Price Very 61 CHEV . $2595 ion, power steering radio, steering brakes air condition-
Sales Rt. 100. SE KeystoneHts. clean. 1 careful owner.
2 coins. old & Rebel Stamp manufacturing plant or lumber 63 LINCOLN . $5500 heater. 22.000 honest mile ed. An extra clean car.
2 STORY brick home furnished. Bedrooms for rent $35 per new. yard transportation .,. Fla. $1250. FR 62843.PONTIAC
Private estate. near Med. Center. month. Phone FR 6-7007. & Coin Shop. 809 W. Univ. Ave., course use. Cost or these for golf 62 CORVAIR $1295 $1695 $1095
on
$125 FR 4-4454 or 6-3672. SMALL frame house unfurnished. Gainesville Fla. were 1955. two tone paint
mo. $1.325 ea. Sell one for $500 one 40MODELS loaded with extras for $8 a 62 COMET . $1495

for $300. Phone 372-0941. week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H 62 FALCON $1395 -

GIRL'S bicycle for $25. Call FR Motors. 61 CHEV . $1695 61 RAMBLER

I SERVICESHome 4-2444 or FR 4-8870. ON FROM DISPLAY LOWEST TO CHOOSE PRICES RAMBLER Classic 1962 perfect 61 COMET . $1295 Classic 4-dr aedan. standard 60 FALCON

FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. condition; 1956 Ford Victoria 2 61 FALCON . $995 transmission beater. Extraclean. Ranchero. Extra Clean.

formica counter and 26 stools, TRAILER MARTHwy. dr. hardtop real clean call For 372-0484 fur. 61 MERCURY $1395 .
equipment. Complete ther Information
fountain,
and short order equipment. 52" 17. Phone 328-1050 days. After 7 P.M. 374-4957. 61 RAMBLER $1395 $995 $795

Call FR 2-0759 or 3-9207. Mr. 60 COMET . $1095
OPEN WEEKDAYS RAMBLER 1963, Classic. White.
i And Business Page. 60 MERCURY
$1295
UNTIL 9 p.m. Radio and heater. Power steer- .

GAS WATER HEATER $25 al. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Ing. 2-door. Original owner. 59 BUICK . $1295 NO MONEY DOWN
lowance for your old costly to EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA $1.695. FR 2-5992. 59 CADILLAC. $1995

Bulldozing Repairs operate Hot water electric at about water half heater. RENAULT Dauphine 1941. Black 59 CHEV . $995

present cost with our LP your gas. WSW tires, excellent condition. 59 PLYMOUTH $595 53 NASH $21 Mo. 57 Plym $29 mo.
BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Backhoe Ask WY A TT- $575. Phone 372-8869.
FREE Estimates on your re us. PROPANE SW Archer 58 DODGE . $645 Like new I OriflnaJ palntt -
wheel tractors. motor Road. FR
pairs and additions. Complete 4-5110. STUDEBAKER Sports Coupe 19531 57 MERCURY $395
Free estimates. W. G.
(grader.Buck Johnson FR 4-471. 10x12 14x20'bedroom Florida $475.room SI480.Complete I HI-FI beautiful console automatic. Trailer SalesHome condition.61 motor. Phone In excellent 372-5123.running 57 OLDS . $595 58 Vauxhall $15 mo.

King Construction Co. Phone Garrard record player. 2 speakers. 57 CHEY'cc $495
Sell 58 PLYM. $32 Mo.
for
CarpentryGRADY F R348.4.. $50. Phone 3724428. of SPRITE 1961 excellent mechanically 57 CHRYSLER $695 58 Rambler $32 mo.
Pacemaker Mobile Homes chassis clean. Toneau cover. Station
CARPENTRY repair. additions. 53 MERCURY . $225 Wagon.
Clean
Shasta and Airstream side windows good top. -
CABINET WORKS block or frame. Repair or new CLOSE OUT SALt 57CHEV.$29Mo.
reasonable price. Wisser
Custom built cabinets and and moldIngs roofs. Call McLane 372-3159. On Wallpaper. 98c I Roll Ocala's Travel First Trailers Mobile Home car.FR 4-3211, extension 5429 After CRANE Station Wagon. 58_Ford. $34 mo.
refinishing HARPER PAINT
spray CO.
Dealer Since 1948 5 p.m. & weekends FR 2-4295.

painting.1533 E. University Avenue RemodelingNEED 10 S.W. 7th St. 382-4344 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. VOLKSWAGEN 1963 sunroof deluxe 56 RAMB. $26 Mo. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo

HOOVER upright vacuum cleaner, Phone 629-1358
Phone 372-8313 MOTORS
R at H w/w. 13,000 miles.
Ocala Fla.
like new. Sold new $99. 1 I left
51.395. High allowance on your
CosmeticsAn A NEW Florida room. car- $59. Compact late model. Sold AIR conditioned 50' x 10' Mobile old car. FR 2-1379 or FR 64009. "ifi easy to trade with Crane RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
port. patio screened-in porch new $185. $49. The Kirby Co. home. Set up with 20' x 10' awning Lincoln-Mercury
HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea etc.? Call now and get It done 712 N. Main. FR 6-7110. and 50' TV antenna on shady VOLKSWAGEN. 1957. pick: up truck

Air Conditioning "new you" at MERLE NOR. for the summer months. Call ALL CHANNEL T. V. lot in Hickory Hill. Readyfor $350. Excellent running condi- 516 S. Main St.
antenna
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. 372-804 after 5 P.M. for free Double stack complete. Noth excellent Florida living. tion. Phone 372-0481 for appt.to FR 2-3631 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433

Learn professional make-up estimates. ing else to buy. $15. Brants. $3.250. Call FR 4-4543. After 5:30. drive. j
"ART BALL Air conditioning secrets by trained beauty ex 513 N.W. 8th Avenue.
(Hot Air-Hot water) heating and perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR I NO JOB Too Large No Job Too I '57 VICTOR 49-x8', 20'x9' alum. -

refrigeration. Ph. 372-1485. 15 2 3174. Small. Need an Estimate? Give USED Chain Saws $50 up. New awning; air conditioner washer. ------------e--
Years ExperIence.Appraisal us a call. REPAIRS. REMOD- 4 hp saws $89.95. We repair Excellent condo 372-7132 or see ----
ELING. ALUMINUM SIDING. all chain saws & lawn mowers. Lot 45 Paradise Trailer Park JOB
FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA PAINT
Service 374-1831 or 372-7948. Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. after 5 P.M. Weekdays.
FIREEXTIN'GUISHER EMRAYSADVERTISE Wisconsin and Briggs, Stratton NEW -

CO. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR .. !III
4-3411.
FRED B. ARNOLD Sales and ServiceAll IN THE BUY YOUR II Spring Spec iS3995 __
types of Fire Extinguishers
TAPE RECORDER for sale, Re-
REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL Pick up and delivery serviceC. SERVICE DIRECTORY cordio Special by Wilcox-Bay, 59 MOBILE HOME I CAR
R. Thomas Ph. 3768989Ginsvllte
SERVICE model. excellent cond $40. Excellent From the WORLD'SLARGEST
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522I Fla for parties speeches, high DEALER w1-
I I school student. Call Gary Wil-

Appliance Repairs Heating Upholstery liams 372-9410. Southern Mobile SALE!

ART BALLHeating. (Hot Air- USED Easy spinner-type washIng -
Inc.
Homes Brokers
Hot water) Air conditioning and UPHOLSTER your furniture at machine. Very good condi
Refrigeration. Ph. 372-1485. 15 reasonable prices. Call Sally. tion. $M Call 4-5907 after 6 p.m. 2200 South Dixie Highway
Parker Appli. Serv. EvDf'f' f'nCf'd. FR 69881.Sewing..Alterations. Offers End March 1.7
Year
Experience We the lowest American built
NEW DINETTE SET, solid maple Ph. 629-4818 are quoting priced car. I
Expert Malor Appliance Serv drop leaf with glass top. 4 chairs Ocala Florida
ice. Prompt. Efficient & Home ServiceWOOD with foam chusions. h price. HAWES-
Courteous 372-4224. $75. 374-3520.

Licensed HOME 81 Bonded IMPROVEMENT Builders SEAMSTRESS kinds & I do sewing of all 3 YR NORGE rang with top 1964 RAMBLER:. 1163
Auto Equipment Dressmaking. Mrs. W. HOMEi1 POWERSBody
Florida Rooms Carports C. Asbell. 3434 N.W. ITtti Terrace Orill. $SO. Call 372-4281 after 5:00 MOBILE
Patios Roofing Gutters 372-0655 P.M. or Sunday P.M.
FEDERAL QUALITY
Heating Air Conditioning
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuIlt .. Financing: adjusted to CUrtomer'1 FORMICA dinette with 4" leaf Shop
exchanged Repair kits for requirements. Sewing Machine Repairs and chairs; 2 step-tables and 1 Mi. N. on 441 Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!

Walker Jacks. JJ'1c: Dial cocktail table. In blond finish. 2 at City Limit Sign
611 SW 3rd St.
ed Walker Jack Bobby Wood Fred Wood tables lamps with brass base,
372-! 113 NO ADDITIONAL COST
CALL STANDARD AT
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE 376-4707 374-HOO CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER- smoked glass stems end white I EQUIPMENT :
a, SUPPLY 1314 S. WE TRADE FR 2-0538
SERVICE VICE CO. E15 W. UniversityAve. shades. These Items may be

Main FR 1-14.7 Mortgage Broke 374-1075. We repair all seen at:. 3022 NE 15th St. Call FOR ANYTHINGDODGE I I S Equipped with high .i Self-ediustinfl brakes Fuel pump and tank
Makes Work fully 3763707.
9\larantHd.
filter
bonded linings
Auto Glass fuel axenomy.Adva with
FHA and conventional at lowest I WINDOW CLEANING APPROX. 180 feet chain link .ccd unitcoiutnictio .> Pewr-Gard 24 battery Anti Smog Engine Filter
current rates. Terms to 25 fence complete with gate and Directional signal S Automatic choke
years. Will gladly discuss at no post. First $150 takes Phone *
AUTO GLASS Is our only busi obligation. Call tomorrow.J. WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned 372-1084. D \RT sedan Curved tide widows .> Engine oil filter Dow-Gard cooling

ness. Immediate Installation W. KIRKPATRICK, Realtor and waxed, houses washed 10 > Deep-dip rust proofing .i 4.000-mIle engine oil, system ,
free pickup delivery. Add 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-S494 TAKE sou away the Blue Lustre
yrs. experience. Free estimates. interval 2 Arm
normal' S rests
C Baked enamel finish change
& value to car.
beauty your way from carpets and uphols- I
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. FRED B. ARNOLD Phone FR 25955. I tery. Rent electric shampooer Ceramic armored .> 33,000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors \

323 NW. 4th St. FR 45. REALTOR $!. MeDaniell Furniture Co. ( Includes Healer) S199500 muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion i

FHA AND LOANS CONVENTIONAL Gainesville Shopping Center. SPECIAL AT Coil spring Mitt > He drain wipers
& Repair Serv. :
Building 121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 LESS THAN WHOLESALE Double safety brake and rear belts

MORTGAGE MONEY Srw Want Ads and NEW.manual used and adding rebuilt machines electric, 5-YEAR OR 50,000 1-MILE WARRANTY 'MOTORtd' I
51/ per cent Interest. Terms to I
D:>N'S standard typewriters and port
,; Building fc Repair Service 25 years. ables. Check writers of all types. RIDGWAY CO
.. FR 4-8807 BUY BUILD REFINANCECall We buy used equipment of all PooleGabDodgeDQrtD! >Ie Motors

types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR

Bulldozing 125 NW 13 Dan St. Byrd Ph. FR 2-2511 Get Results 2-C943 day or night. ( lodge Trucks)

1132 S.: Main St FR 2-8433 ;
\GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA SINGER Slant-o-matic late modelIn 119 S.E. 1st Ave. I
JM/U-1. bulldozer, loader dump arid conventional loans. Low walnut console $ ". Would % J72-434 f
'
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223; \ like responsible party to pay $10

OIL Phone FR 2-7S44. W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. monthly 374-0290. }




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25 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March- 11,'1964
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_ : New Recreation Program i Music FeteRatings .: Superior +


;
t< Douglas Kinzey, a Top Superior -
Is Outlined to Lions Club I 3; { R. winner in the piano, was
Are GivenHere x one of more than 100 entrants
: x ? in the Florida Federation o|
A been installed. One of
recreation program that department would take over ready
Festival
would use existing school play- the grounds when they were not the facilities planned are lighted are the results of the Music Clubs Junior ..
held here last Saturday.
grounds and City Recreation being used by the school. tennis courts on the Gaines-'Florida Federation of Music #
Department personnel was out- Massey gave three reasons ville High School athletic field.I'Clubs Junior Festival contests t' +x
lined yesterday to the Gaines- Massey gave the Lions some held here Saturday: Breeding animal output in the
such would be good
why a plan cent
United States is 90
ville Lions club by Ray'Massey figures which showed that the per
city recreation director. for the cities recreation program cities recreation facilities have Piano Top Superiors, Pri- r greater than in 1919-1921.
: the city would save money
been used by 85,000 people in mary tie between Tyler Ster-
The program, already in effect in not having to buy ex- rett and David Younglove; Ele- i At No Place in
Oct., Nov., and Dec. Included in
at of the schools '
one pensive residential land, the mentary tie between Robert North Central Florida
this 85,000 are the 41,000 who
would let the recreation depart- public schools already are located "<" find
attended football Brill and Jean Crago; Moder- can you so many
at Citizens
ment build facilities on school I in the population cen- Field in 1963.games ately Difficult Viki Schmidt; ''w Used Typewriters ((62))
grounds to be used by both ters of the city and the facili- ; Very Difficult Douglas Kinzey. < '' &Adding Machines ((44))
the school and the Recreation ties would be accessible to all. Cash Registers ((10))
Department. The schools would The transition from school time Thefts Eighteen others won Superior 8 good Typewriters
have the facilities during the time to recreation time for Petty recognition in the piano. Altogether while they last$19.50KISER'S
school day and the recreation the school child would be negligible there were 47 entrants. :
Break-Ins
I he. said. Voice Top Superiors, Ele-
INCOME TAX I Massey explained that muchof mentary Tyler Sterrett; Inter- Office Equipment
the program for increased InvestigatedPolice mediate Julie Larson (runner- 604 North Main Street
GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS I Sales Service Rentals
recreation facilities is currently up Carol Watson); Junior Ka- -
in the planning stage and are investigating a ser- ren Gonzales (runnerup Judy
at one location, the Littlewood ies of b re a k- ins, attempted Pettit' ); Advanced Patricia EXCLUSIVELY
1328 NW 6th St. FR 6-2924 School, some facilities have al break ins and petty thefts Ann Rehbein (runnerup Wanda

that were reported yesterdayand Hertel).
last night.
There were 54 voice entrantsof
They are:
which rated superior.
-A garage at 509 NE 1st St., 34 were
was broken into but police Violin Top Superior, Ann ,r r1 ,;
x. haven't determined what is Bridges; Superior Rheua Sue k
r ,missing. It was reported at 6:08: Stakely and Robert Cunning-
It's
i p.m. yesterday.A ham.
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cigarette machine at 516 Russell .
i Lr Adjudicators were
W. University Ave., was broken Danburg, Elwood J. Keister and ., .;<.: Girl
into and stolen ,'. .. f
great $15.65 police William Stark.A > f '
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learned at 1:40: p.m. yesterday.A tx ..< .; IYw Scout
day $76.50 pistol was stolen list of candidates who have .t"
from the glove compartment of'received their third superior "
for a car parked on the Alachua rating will be announced later. Shop-
General Hospital parking lot, it t: They will be given gold certi- Street
BOATOWNEl ws reported at 10 am. yester, ficates by the National Federation r Floor
day.A of Music Clubs. : 3 ;
panel of glass was re
Nationwide's new Outboard Motorboat Policy can protect moved from a transom at 617
the plgasures of boating ..and your boat invest-
ment, as well. You get full protection against physicalloss W. University Ave., and $15 in Seat belt installation on the k
for your boat, motor trailer and accessories- goods taken from a cabinet inside 1964 Dodge Dart permits easy :
including such items as water skis surfboard and tow police learned at 9 a.m and exit to and from 4Mi
entry _ _
rope. This great new policy prote.ts you against prac- yesterday.At .
back seat.
tically any hazard you can think of-at truly low cost. 9:30 a.m., it was reported the
For full details it will pay you to see- that an attempt to enter 615 The anchors are attached to U e.
6axW
W. University Ave., had been I the tunnel and sill riser, leaving -
LUCIUS RIVERS AGENCY unsuccessful. Intruders tried to I the rear floor unobstructed. .

1514 N.W. 13th ST. GAINESVILLE. FLA. pry tin off the roof to enter the HAPPY
Phone 372.8837 building.A .
Complete Insurance Service lock was broken on the The IdealRememberanct i BIRTHDAY 4 1-
east side of a building at 8 SW
NATIONWIDE' 7th St., and a box of tools valued I
MUTUAL FIRE at$30 taken, police reportedat tt For. .. I %' Jr Girl Scouts!
C a INSURANCECOMPANY 7:30 a.m. yesterday.At Shut-Ins
7:10 a.m. yesterday, a .% WE HAVE A FREE 4
home offices lock was broken at 703 W. University .
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With 43 Models WHY NOT ?






Chevrolet-virtually certain of setting an all-time sales mark in 1963 intendsto _. .

continue this success in 1964 with the widest choice of automobiles in its his '
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Chevrolet dealerships are offering 43 new models in five distinct sizes. This is 10 ,

more models than Chevrolet offered for 1963 and the greatest number the divisionhas

ever offered in a single year.

I Included will be the indus 1
try's only all-new car for 1964 offered. Optional for the first customer may choose either

I -the Chevelle. This much discussed time in 1964 on 409 cubic inch standard three speed, optional

combination of beauty, engines is a full transistor Ignition four-speed or Powerglide trans .i3

quality, performance and distinction system. Four transmis- missions. .
is sized between the regular sions will be offered and the
Two six cylinder engines at
Chevrolet and Chevy II. four speed Synchro-Mesh rr'r
120 and 155 horsepower is avail-
All Chevrolet's five lines of includes refinements for smoother able in all Chevy II models. f
1964 have and shifting and greater durabil
cars styling engineering The economical four cylinder
ity. S. E. KNUDSEN
improvements which
S e 90 horsepower engine continues -
-teamed with the increase in to be available in the two. 'Buyers Like Diversity'and

. models and options-allow the ChevelleChevrolet's and four-door sedans of the 100' performance on both mod.
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customer to tailor a car to his series.

particular requirements as never automobileline els.New variable rate front and
new
before. An important mechanical feature ..
for 1964 embodies a distinctive on all II models are rear springs make the ride noticeably t
"Car buyers today like diver styling and is offered in new, larger Chevy 9.5 inch self- adjusting s m o o t h er and more
sity," Semon E. Knudsen, Chevrolet comfortable without sacri-
11 models in three series-the brakes to give greater mar- any
general manager, de- top-of the-line Malibu Super gin of stopping safety. fice of roadability or handling A a 3
able
be
clares. like to
"They
Sport, the Malibu and the precision.
to choose cars from a wide selection -300.
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of sizes, styles and performance CorvairEntering

characteristics." Quality and vehicle width are For 1964, Chevrolet offers its

"We expect the broad diver stressed in the front end design its fifth year, the customers a choice of 14 new : : __ ,.
sity in our 1964 cars to win the which makes use of dual Corvair continues its important Magic Mirror exterior colors tw

customer votes needed to con headlights and horizontal grille place in the Chevrolet lineup by plus 11 twotone'combinations..
bars. Side treatment is clean
tinue Chevrolet's traditional Industry color
appealing to a group of buyers In addition, a special -
and a peak line which carries
: is available
leadership. who like something sportier and Goldwood Yellow
Following are the highlights throughout the car gives a look less conventional in a small exclusively for Monza

of the five members of Chevro of length. Spyder all Super Sport and Im-

let's 1964 "family." The rear end design accentscar car.A pala hardtop and convertible .w
width with tail and back Monza Spyder series comprised models. One other color Riverside -
s up lights at the extreme endsof of a top-of-the-line con Red is available only I

RegularChevrolets the rear back panel. A tex- vertible and club coupe is added on Corvettes.
tured molding extends the full for 1964, bringing the total models .

t width of the car. to seven in four series the Extended lubrication again is

A special feature of the Che- Monza Spyder, Monza, 700 and a feature on all Chevrolets for
Extensive new styling is evident -, velle body is the use of curved -500 series, plus two Greenbrier 1964. Recommended chassis lubrication -

in the regular Chevrolet, side windows to give a lower Sports Wagons. is every 6,000 miles or

line, again stressing the big car I look. A strikingly wide instrument six month and engine oil change
Corvair styling for 1964 retains -
luxury which has made it so panel is part of the each 6,000 miles cr 60 months.
the
clean, classic theme
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popular.A distinctive interior styling which
' Super Sport series featuring includes trim styles and ma- with new identification through New, improved service free

bucket seats and special in- terials color-keyed to the new emblems and ornamentation. All universal joints are provided on
terior and exterior appointments exterior colors. models except Greenbrier feature all 1964 models.
a slender new front body
in both a convertible and Built on a 115 inch wheel-
sport coupe has been added base the chassis is molding with colorful plastic
completelynew Color
for 1964, bringing the total featuring a perimeter emblem insert. The word "Corvair" Blue
extends across luggageand
models' regular Chevrolets to frame. Front makesuse
suspension
15 in four series. engine compartment lids in
of coil springs and rear
bright block letters. PopularAlthough
all dimen-
Although over -
suspension is of the coil spring
sions are the same as in 1963 four link 1 1s.
1 type.Fourteen All Covair models feature a
the Chevrolet has white continues its
regular a
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inch wheels, self-ad .new larger displacement 164 cubic -
wider look created Chevrolet color "F
longer by leadership in
justing Safety-Master brakes inch engine that delivers 1
new flowing side lines and a and choices, the swift rise of blue :
a high capacity Delcotron higher performance and top
smooth, broader styling of front I has been an interesting side
generator are standard equip- economy. This new engine retains -
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and ends. n
rear ment. Four engines-two six- : the six-cylinder air cool light. i
distinctive exterior I
Crisp, cylinder and two optional V8s ed design. Horsepower ranges Reports on 1963 model sales

ments moldings distinguish and interior between appoint the -are offered on all Chevelle from 95 to 110 to 150. show azure blue, an almost del- Sr ; a"s
models. Four different transmissions climbed ;
has
Super Sport Impala' Bel Air Improved brakes and a new icate green blue,
are available. "
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and;Biscayne series. a suspension design enhance handling three notches into second
The 1964 Chevrolet models characteristics of all Cor- place, largely at the expense of

feature new interior trim styling II vair models. Autumn Gold, which fell to

; and materials, yet retain Chevy fifth.

the built-in comfort, convenience Combined with silver blue I

luxury and durability traditional year CHEVY on the II -market In ,its the third Che- CorvetteAmerica's ranking third in the latest report kiTIt : : ThI l

with Body by Fisher. vy II continues its blue shades pose the first i'7 I
popular
All of Chevrolet's advanced blend of small car hand only sports car serious threat to white in sev-
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119 inch wheel base chassis roominess fresh from its most successfulyear eral months. White has slippedin .
ling, and
features are continued for 1964 economy in 1963 continues the numbers, black retains fourth
good taste in a total of 6 models
including X-built Safety-Girder in two series-the Nova and famed design of its two StingRay position.

frame, Full Coil suspension, the 100 series. models, the convertible and
self-adjusting; Safety Master the sport coupe for 1964.
The basic styling personalityof Looks
brakes electri- BiggerIn
high capacity
the Chevy II is continued in Offering b r o a der appeals to
with Delcotron
c erator cal.system and long life exhaust gen 1964, but there is added beauty .more kinds of buyers, the 1964 1964, Cadillac styling is
through refinements in the Corvette combines the driving characterized by the appearance

system.Seven engines ranging from grille, side moldings, emblemsand !.and h a n d 1 i ng enjoyment of a of greater size. The look
hub caps and more luxurious genuine sports car with the luxury of breadth is accomplished in
14Kto will be
( 425 horsepower
interiors.A and convenience most fine the front by a redesigned grille
V8 engine is offered for the car owners want.Improvements and in the rear by the strong

Volkswagen first time as an extra-cost op include a full horizontal lines Jf the deck lid
l tion on all models. With the V8, view rear window on the sport and bumper. The traditional

which is Chevrolet's 283 cubic coupe and better noise isolation, Cadillac tail fins are one inch

Sales Keep inch 195 horsepower model, the improvements in ride, handling lower than last year.

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Volkswagen, that VW of sales America set a new reports \ ----- 605 N.W. 8th AVENUE PHONE FR 6-9090 jjJ j, ,If< > .&,'>., ." t:, \ '

-record fflr the in 15th the U.consecutive S. during year 1963 YOUR B. F. GOODRICH DEALER / w :
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Stuart in Perkins 1964. general manager w irn 'A& I I I :.>..

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VWs were sold in the U. S.

during 1963, bringing to well .' / 1
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over a million and a quarter 4

the bumber of VWs now in ser / ,
viceon American highways.

"Tfos total for 1963," he said, r 1yy,4 4'J
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1961-sales figure and represents \

\\elTover half of all the imported # f t
cars sold in the U. S. last 'fr

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gala of 9.26 per cent over 1

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were 240,143 VW sedans and

Kannann Ghia coupes and 36,- ,

8653rucks and station wagons. .. '

That compares with 192,570 pas 1 CHECK THESE LOW PRICES,ON
senger cars and 30,170 trucks u Big; Edge Sitvertowns haveextra SILVERTOWN
rubber where the DLACKWALL ... .
wear TUBELESS TIRES -""'"
1962. -
and station wagons during Is-on the edges. Give you -
Perkins said that sales by more mileage for your tire COMPACT-CAR SIZES REGULAR-CAR SIZES
autEorized VW dealers during dollar!

Jannary this year "far outpaced Butt with all-nylon cord and $1845- $1975$2295*

:2ur dealer sales during the SUPER-SYN the same type !.
rugged rubber used
same month last year and also lnheavydutyBF.Goodnehtruektires.!- n Bufck.Comet Corvair.Fafcnw FibCiuvyDodge Dart Ford.errypast
were substantially ahead of .Equipped with "Pressure Lancer.ad$.ValiantLARGERCAR Plymouth.Rambler Studebaker Tempest

sales during December 1963." Sear-special rubber inside SIZES BIG-CAR SIZES : .
Seles of 21,025 cars and 2,567 I hetetokeepht' ,high-pres
trucks and station wagons last sure air, from weakening tire '2495. i((27!45' $3095tread. -
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month compared with sales of :a Ui,u u IS II

17,334 cars and 2,600 trucks .DeScto, Volkswagen !
and station during January NO MONEY DOWNI.! .=.Olds FKs Cad aq,Chrysler.Uncc4n.OW y
wagons -AI.Aw ow.........6..err,..aRrrAlb..b s.... M1 I IINC.
1963. December figures No additional & .r. 1

were 18,991 cars and trucks.and 2,360 station charge for mounting EXCLUSIVE B.F.GOODRICH TIRE PROTECTION PLAN MILLER-BROWN MOTORS

wagons Guarantees every BFa tire for as long
YW sales and service is provided I INSTANT CREDIT .,.........-.TIN.. ........ a.rl.ards.nc as you.....drive..0 y..on....It r
in the U. S. by a net. 1I.f.liOodltl' ll w..etar, w ---M n.e.we..wr tire.._-....e.r.w_.
Yww ae6t already established Vjou .r = e-rc.a .yrawgas
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Wider than ever choice in style, size and performance characteristics is offered by Chevrolet in 1964 4-wheel drive traction and safety. 2-WD models Also available. traction off the road. It's available with GVWs up to 8600 lbs. -

with five different lines of passenger cars in a total of 43 models. Each line has individual design, engineeringand
appeal to make for the broadest selection in Chevrolet history. Here is a sampling from the diversified
1964 lineup. Front row, left to right: Corvette Sting Ray sport coupe; Chevy II Nova 4-door sedan; and
Chevrolet Impala convertible. Back row, left to right: Corvair Monza club coupe and the newest addition,
the Chevelle Malibu SS coupe.PROVING. ::: 1



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a prototype Traveling world traffic lights; honking to warn
at the Auto Show bad to of a new model often is one and a fifth times on various other cars, pedestrians, chickens -
prove their mettle in one of the disassembled, laid out to be blacktop road surfaces.A etc., 420 times.
most gruelling tests of auto per- studied part by part, put back Shifting into first and fourth
that be dished turnpike trip from New ..
formance can together and put through the
E York to Tampa at speeds ranging gears 18,930 times; into second THE 'JEEP- UNIVERSAL-the most famous member of the'Jeep' THE'JEEP'FC170the wheel drive vehicle with forward con
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out.Their ordeal Chevrolet's from nearly wide open and third 20,192 times. wheel drive family of vehicles. It has three power taketrol design-has the greatest cargo area and the shortest turn. .
was as an example a stand- throttle to 50 mph.A Engaging the clutch nearly off points and a range of special equipment to suit all needs. ing radius in its weight class. GVWs available up to 8000 Ibs.
36,000mile durability run, a i
" ard 1964 Chevrolet with a 4- 80,000 times. .'"
test to which engineers subject cross country run entirelyon
future models as well as cur- speed stick shift, here are some gravel from Boston to San Turning more than 73,000 corners SEE OUR FACTORY APPROVED SERVICE AND PARTS DEPARTMENT-fulIy staffed and equipped to serve you.
rent ones on a year-round bas calculations worked up by Chev- Francisco. using directional signals. When you drive your 'Jeep' vehicle out of the showroom,you take along with you our lasting interest and .
rolet engineers to show what
is.It's the durability run might repre- Another from New York to 8,200 Starting times.Slamming up. the engine over that of KAISER Jeep CORPORATION. Our trained mechanics are always at your service with a complete ::

a grind that packs into 'sent in terms of everyday driv- Houston on rough Belgian Block doors and "kick- range of 'Jeep' approved parts and service equipment. Come in and see us, inspect the Jeep* line and H..
14 straight weeks of night and 'ing! cobblestones. ing tires" 420 times. tryout the 'Jeep' vehicle that suits you best! -
day driving the wear and tear Going in reverse gear all the i Checking windows door and ee .v.
roughly equivalent to three 420 trips through salt water ;J R
from Detroit to Toledo.
way trunk locks
times the 36,000 miles at thecustomer's surf op to the door bottoms. readjusting seat KAISER Jeep COR PO RATION WORUJ'S LARGEST MANUFACTURER CF WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES rcnictsir =
hands. Operating windshield wipers and heater controls 210 times.
Climbing Pike's Peak more more than 3,700 different times. Putting on the brakes nearly
The run is over all types of ....
than 73 times. Stopping for nearly 21,500 21,500 times.
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would never get. The routine IN SALES SERVICE :

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salt bath and
a wheel-deep
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hundreds of openings and clos- & SAVINGS! :
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for several years. It will help $
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good business ethics and AS

carry on a legislative program. DOWN IMPALA Incl. Soles Tax, r ; "

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ton Keeter of Shaw and Keeter ,, New, most modern buildings :..
Motor Company vice president; o. ;; .....
iti and J. R. Crane of Crane Motor ,: and showroom. Most modern,
Company and Crane Lincoln
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Ii' The :finance finance companies companIes.are eli-. March. We're making deals you wouldn't expect possible .

gible only for an associate membership -
without voting privileges See ALL MAKES At AUTO SHOW then come to DEALER IN GAINESVILLEAND :.

t however. University Chevrolet and see and drive the sales leader '
Meetings will be the first I TO WIN OUR MARCH 2

i Thursday of each month. Officers of them all the world over. SALES CAMPAIGN WITH ,
II will serve for a year. e
150 NEW UNITS SOLD.

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premium fuel version with a i CHEVROLET
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Buick in its 1964 car offers aZZZIoeup which it is standard equipment. Rollert pointed out. "You can Wildcat and LeSabre series. The for the Special backs up new en-

of 26 models that features I A compact new lightweight tell one Buick from another, but I I Super Turbine 300 will be avail- gines. The V-6 is up from 198-
= two new super turbine trans- aluminum V-8 engine I able as optional equipment on
also each cubic-inch
you can recognize displacement to 225,
TTTTpussions providing up to 43 perJ"icent I with a cast-iron block and 300- all models in the Special series,
more wheel thrust, along cubic-inch displacement that is one as a Buick. and also on all LeSabre models with new features designed for

.-> with three new engines and a the lightest weight V-8 on the The Riviera sports coupe, in- except the Estate Wagon.In and reliability.The .

2 'nost of styling changes that in.W market. troduced last year as a limited- addition to 300-cubic-inch aluminumV8
an improvement
eludes an all-new roomier Spe- A high-performance en- production model, maintains its
in and
11, frfci l series. gine with two four-barrel carburetors exclusive exterior styling. How performance economy, engine combines the
1 '*'Buick's 1964 line I coupled with smoothness of operation -best features of last
to
represents 10.25 1 compressionratio ever, inside there are numer- the transmissionsare year's en- )!i t
one of the most progressive and 425-cubic-inch dis ous interior refinements that new due gine into the new powerplant. -- ". I
great weight savers to -
---stkps in the 60-year history of placement. add to its distinction. --
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--this division," said Edward D.Buick's . An entirely new Specialline use -.---- ,. :a :,
Basically the Super Turbine LeSabre and improves -
gasoline
Buick's new Super Turbine
__ ollert, general man. using a frame for the first !
:.1ager and vice president of Gen- time, with three inches more transmissions, the Super Turbine 400 is a three-element type tor- mileage as much as 16 per
=eral Motors. wheelbase and 1V& inches addi--400 and the Super Turbine 300, que converter.The cent. Buick's Wildcat for 1964 takes on a new appearance with complete restyling
rr-- Here are some of the major tional length. were described by Rollert as the Super Turbine 300 has of the front, sides and rear. The exclusive Wildcat chrome plated spoke wheelsare
:Tiighlights: i A completely restyled most important single develop- two forward speed ratios. In ad- By u sin g a cast Iron block, optional. The Wildcat comes in a two-door hardtop, new four-door sedan,
-. Two new Super Turbine I lineup of LeSabre, Wildcat and ment in the long history of the dition it has Buick's i famed Buick engineers were able to increase four-door hardtop and convertible.

transmissions Electra 225 models. torque converter transmission "Switch the Pitch" feature the aluminum V-8 engine's aluminum cylinder heads, wat, retained. Optional on the Special time, dual exhausts are available .
Buick's 26 new models come which Buick pioneered in 1948. which increases torque multiplication -!
,Both The Super Turbine 400 is for added performancein displacement to 300 cubic er-pump covers, intake mani- and LeSabre series is the as an option on all Spe-
:;; ; transmissions are lighterart in six series the Special,
:weight and have fewer working Skylark, LeSabre, Wildcat, Elec- standard on Riviera and Electra passing.The I' inches without increasing block fold and many other parts, the same V-8 engine with a four-I cial V-8 models, except the Es-
Parts. tra 225, and Riviera. models and optional on the new ST 300 transmission size. And through the use of advantage of light weight was I barrel carburetor. For the first tate Wagons.

.,t-,,. A new V-6 engine with'greater "We have fresh new styling
cubic inch displacement that gives distinction to each
what: pro v i des better performTance series without sacrificing
for the larger Specials in Buick's family resemblance,"

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philosophy of Poole-Gable Motors -i Dodge Line
as Dodge celebrates its!
golden anniversary nationally.! .
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Gable took over the Dodge' under the management of Charles
'dealership in Gainesville from W. Harvey.A .
the Brooking Motor Company
outdoor has
new showroom
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ago.
years ::
been added across the street S
Poole credits success of the from the main plant on SE 2nd
dealership to quality service at Avenue to show the 1964 golden
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reasonable prices. anniversary Dodge cars and 5kSxS.y : ,'; I
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ness," the dealer said. "Dodge Poole said 1963 was a record .
customers in Gainesville have year for Dodge and the '64 50th
become used to dependable ser Anniversary models are selling
vice along with a dependable about 25 per cent above 1963.
automobile." The firm carries a diversifiedline / )4
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family transportation, Poole the Dodge Dart, Dodge 'z'ik".etStp' ,:Jj:4 ')) ., .
pointed to the block-long Dodge and Dodge 830. A full line of .if
plant which houses new car Dodge trucks round out the line. #:?:Si'i'::r 'n>
sales under the supervision of Harry Poole is a native of 'SL b
the owners, service under Carl Orlando and has lived in
O'Berry, parts under Robert Gainesville since 1941. He and
Salisbury and the body shop. his wife, Dorothy, live at 1415
under Alvin E. (Curly) Keene.' NE 12 St. with their son Philip,
Mrs. Rosemary Hodge is the 17, a Gainesville High School
GAINESVILLE AUTO SHOW FIELDS PLAZA MARCH 12-13-14
office manager. junior. Their daughter, Patriciais
The Poole Gable used car married to John E. Frierson.

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The 1964 Pontiacs which will be on display at the aNF -7-
Automobile Show, combine rich styling simplicity with
outstanding performance to make them more distinc- y6., s -
tive and appealing than ever before.
All new models in the 1964 lineup have been com- I

pletely restyled, appear longer lower and wider with- ;".gg 7'Ts.r<.7' +", '
out any significant change in exterior dimensions and

yet retain a strong and imnressive Pontiac identitv.. -
Highlighting the 1964 "Ponti .
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I ac look" are vertically positioned In addition to new styling, $ dd 1s

twin headlamps and an expansive the 1964 Pontiac offers signifi- + ,
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ly down over a divided grille. sion and engines. The choice of y

) The Catalina, Pontiac's volume new Pontiac accessories provide PONTIAC CATALINA '2 PLUS 2' SPORTS COUPE ,w.-. __ 4 -
added safety, convenienceand
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series, is available in sev- r.
comfort. ,
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i sedans, two and four-door hard-. Pontiac's popular Tempest
tops, six and nine-passenger station -series is all new in 1964. Along k Hvx e
wagons and a convertible.A with new styling engines, sT
four-door hardtop and a four- frame, bodies and interiors a s, o a x
door sedan are offered in the new Custom series has been in- cG9.,
Star Chief series. The luxurious troduced. In the Le Mans series \ iic 19 I

Bonneville is available in four an exciting new sports car ___ "
models; two and four door option called the GTO (Gran r r"k4?xf'

hardtops, a six-passenger station Turismo Omologato) is avail- *9 Sports Car AppealPontiac's
wagon and a convertible. able plus a new two-door hard- 'M$ i
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Pontiac's prestige sports top sports coupe. j C\ sports car option, the 1964 GTO (Grand Turissimo Omologato) usesa
basic and is available in the LeMans: two-door and
coupe, the Grand Prix, offering The 1964 Tempest is 8.7 inches Tempest design coupe con
many exclusive extras not longer than previous models vertible. Interior features (lower left) include bucket seats, an engine-turned
found on other models, is and features a more powerful aluminum instrument panel applique and floor console. An optional package includes -
a 20 to 1 steering gear ratio for quick turning. The exterior is highlighted -
available as Pontiac's entry in six-cylinder, in-line engine and
the luxury car field. completely restyled bodies of by stylized air intake castings on each side of the hood panel and heavy duty,
wide rim wheels and 7.50 14 red cord tires lower The
Pontiac's traditionally durable -frame-type construction. The x stripe, premium ( right)
and luxurious interiors wheelbase has been increasedto GTO standard engine is a 389 cubic inch V-8 that develops 325 horsepower with
THE GRAND PRIX SPORTS COUPEel 10.75:1 compression radio and a four-barrel carburetor.
have colors and 115
new patternsin inches for an overall

the latest fabrics of nylon, length of 203 inches.A and bumper ends. The new I five grille treatment and rear dard GTO engine is a 389 cubic -hardtop sports coupe with better stability, softer ride, Accessories and optional
vinyl and leather. To satisfy every total of ten different mod- wide face bumpers are "full end design. LeMans tail lampsare inch V-8 that develops 325 bucket seats, custom interior easier handling and reduced equipment that are entirely new
taste, a complete range of els are offered in 1964. size" and their around I
wrap integrated within a decorative horsepower. All optional equip. trim and exterior trim mold maintenance.The with the 1964 Tempest include
color combinations is offered The and
Tempest Tempest design is for both protection and I
end ment for the LeMans series all standard .
rear panel. is ings equipment.All
window controls
power-
- r and nylon blend loop pile car- Custom series have large, sin good looks. available with the GTO. higher quality of Tempest power
pet floor covering is found in ev- gle tail lamps that follow the The LeMans series is quickly Using a basic Tempest design 1964 Tempest models in- and LeMans interiors can tilt front seat, Safe-T-Track

ery model. contours of the quarter pan- identified by its own distinc- the GTO had its own special The latest addition to the clude new front and rear sus- be seen in the choice of fabrics,. differential and tilting steering
J L -- styling features. The stan Tempest line is the Le Mans pension systems that provide styling and colors. wheel.T .


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styling and appointments. Along with other Bonneville features, the Brougham '
I. option offers an ultra-special interior upholstered in elegant black njIon-blend! .SH.
; cloth in combination with expanded Morrokide. The touch of elegance is carried I
.I on by hinged assist handles at each door and folding armrests in both front and II I
rear seats. A padded vinyl top with an identifying plaque on the rear quartersail
area adds further distinction to the model. ,
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Df Gainesville who have made 1 body shop is the only head of a wipers. "t. ; :;x.

Their name, not on the gridiron, I IL department who is not a member Where operating conditions require /
I tit on horsepower. of the Brasington family.He special features such as ::T1 > : rJ,4v
The four Brasington brothers is Lamar Williams, a veteran speed control and dual range ". -

-_ John, Lawrence, Jay, and of 25 years in the auto surgery are available to provide optimum -
I business. wiper operation in all
!:ennY run the B&G Motor ;
Company: selling Cadillacs and Williams feels that the paint weather conditions.
Gldsmobiles. and body shop does "first class -.

BIG, which started under'work" and proved the prestigeof
LI "Papa" Brasington and a partr his shop by pointing to a SAFETY :
r: who has since retired, op- line of cars needing face lifting,
The BIG used lot NW
coed in 1939 in what was once car at
'( according to'13th St. is run by Jay and Benny -
( a horse stable,
Important supplements to
Brasington. Benny, who has
lawrence Brasington. safety are windshield washers, -
worked the used car end of the -
The family owned auto corn1 some of which automatically set (. ,-
business for 17 years, estimatesthat _
1 has and survived! the : r
in motion
.any grown he has sold $2 million worthof wiper long enough -
tie: bumps along the road to used cars since 1951. to clean the glass when the r -
progress, with the consistency washer is actuated. Also, there -
F ci its Oldsmobile, which is the John Brasington attributeshis have been noteworthy advance : Good looks are just the half of it. :
success at selling Cadillacs
automobile manufactur-
eldest in defogging and defrosting of
** in production, since 1887. and Oldsmobiles (among the' windshields and windows for -t'_ -_
higher priced American ]) : ; .
Some 2,350 companies have cars clearer vision under adverse : ,'..L', .. -
to the high standard of livingin .
come and gone since Olds- weather conditions.The -.
' mobile started production, ac- Gainesville. .z.
ording to BIG president John, Lawrence Brasington stated, .:
I 'BiG doesn't try to nake a -
Brasington. ,i -
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blG moved its 10 employes supermarket for its new cars manual transmission offers new wy
with all the for less' ads
'buy ,
horse stableo
:torn the one-time I synchronizer springs and pins .
at 115 SE 2nd but tries to make available new -...
: a new building I that maintain shifting smoothness ..
cars of the highest quality and
St. in 1949 This building plus I for the life of the trans- .
wo branches, a paint and body provide expert service. mission. Stainless steel has replaced -
J *", hop on St. Main Street and a bronze to eliminate the
*. used car lot on NW 13th Street, The side view mirror, long loss of resilience.For .
today employ over 40 workers.] acknowledged as a safety and
convenience feature, is adjusted -
But the four horsemen are
jlodding on with bright plans.I by remote control on the safety, the 1964 Dart GT There's Pontiac's Wide-Track. Performance. Handling. Luxury. Quality. Spirit. Regular-gas V-8s and

They plan to consolidate their I new Dodge Dart. has a .*rip of reflective tapeon
three branches into one large The control lever is located the lower door molding. It premium-gas V 8s. Sixes. And thirty models including Pontiac Pontiacs, Pontiac Tempests, Pontiac

horsepower stable on NW 13th at the driver's left on the door i serves as a precaution for approaching LeMans and Pontiac GTOs. See them at the Auto Show! Drive them at your authorized Pontiac dealers: !
Both horizontal and
Street near J. M. Fields. paneL ver- traffic when the dooris .
The new complex will be tical adjustment is possible opened.
ready by June and will feature;without opening the window.
TROPICAL PONTIAC INC. :
a new showroom, service department Getting taller? Most peopleare.
and used car lot with There are 202 different exterior And that's one reason that .
.r air-conditioned office building. and interior color combi- Dodge increased both the front
*, Eventually, the paint and body nations offered in the and rear seat headroom in 220 N.W. 8th AVE. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA i
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to American Mot- line at the rear of the roof. offered. version is standard on the 990- mission or, it can be shifted .standard equipment on 'Classic -

ors' Rambler exhibit at the In addition to the black and New hoods on both series H hardtop, and optional on mantlally. I and Ambassador models.

automobile show will see three Buyers Offered Greater white tops offered previously have twin raised lines extend- All 1964 Ramblers offer a
Another for 1964 I
new option
distinct lines of ()n convertible models, gold ing forward. 990s.A I
compact cars ./ also new "Shift-Command" Classic and [choice of 14 baked ,enameL sol
and turquoise now are Ambassador models -
-the completely restyled 1964 The side trim Ambassadors
Rambler American, the new Choice of ModelsIn available at no extra cost. is a slim full-length on band Flash -Matic transmission is is the Adjust-0-Tilt steering :id colors nand 42 opUbn&T.Iwolone i -

Classic Six and V-8, and the American station wagons with a red pin-stripe. The Clas- offered as a new option on Am- wheel. Its seven vertical positions ? com&inations.; :- r :.

luxury Ambassador V-8. feature a wider tailgate sic 770 has a wide, full length bassadars and Classic 770 V-8 is include normal plus three -'..

The Rambler American series with roll-down window, and cargo aluminum molding. with slim bucket seats above and three below in five-
addition, all 1964 Ramblers missions are available on all equipped degree increments.A A protective wax: coating:; is
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includes the lowest priced offer retractable front manual three speed, automatic capacity has been increased The Classic is powered bya and center console. The new applied (to every new' Rambler!
station wagon, convertible and clutch E-Stick for Sixes from 64 to 75 cubic feet. new integral power steer- that rolls off the assembly
be
II seat belts (standard equipmentafter six-cylinder 127 horsepower floor-shift system can oper- '
hardtop offered in U. S.
car line," Thomas any A. Coupe, Jan. 1, 1964)), Double-Saf-I (with or without overdrive), The American models have a engine, with a 138-horsepower ated as a fully automatic trans- ing option called "Road Control -,line, providing complete protection
Stick floor shift over- "provides more responsiveness to the exterior finish
with Twin !
automotive sales vice presi- ety brake system separ- new front suspension which option available. The optionalV8
ate braking front and rear, drive, Flash'()- latic automatic -features molded rubber bush engine is rated at 198- and quicker w h.. eel! during shipment and storage.
dent, said. "The addition of ,
ceramic-coated exhaust sys- and the new "Shift-C 0 m- ings in the upper trunnion instead horsepower.The -To minimize wheel spin un- return than the previous! link.
models in the Classic
hardtop tem, stainless steel rocker pan- mand" floor shift automaticfor of metal-to-metal bush- der poor traction conditions, age type. Black is growing in popular
and Ambassador series gives el cover moldings on most V-8s. ngs. The bushings include built- Ambassador V-8 enginefor Dodge engineers have developed Cushioned-acoustical fiberglass i ity as an interior color, and
the.,buyer a still wider choice models, anti-glare instrument The New AmericanThe in sealing provisions to keep 990 models develops 250- a Suregrip axle for the ceiling liners, with a new Dodge offers it on five of its

tomeet needs.his "personal transportation panel, front and rear coil restyled Rambler Am- dirt out and never require re- horse-power. A 270 horsepower 1964 Dodge Dart. ripple pattern, continue as{I deluxe Polara. models.INSTANT .
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"The, entire 1964 Rambler spring seat construction, and erican is built on a new 106-' lubrication. \_ ,
chrome travel rack on most inch wheelbase, with rear 0< "
line-offers extra-value features Rear leaf springs have been
that are exclusive to Rambler station wagons.To seat hiproom increased 12 in- lengthened and improved to FOR HOLDERS OP
or'found only on the indus- reduce maintenance costs ches and cargo space in sta- provide better handling qualities -

try's ,most expensive cars," he and service requirements, every tion wagons increased nearly especially during rapid ac- Charge-a-Plates and
said. Rambler features 33,000 20 per centIts celeration and braking.

Ten Rambler American models mile or three-year chassis lu trim, clean-cut lines are National Credit Cards
are offered in the 220, brication intervals, and a nor- complimented by a horizontal The all-new interiors on the
Just drive in. Present card and
new Americans feature a rectangular CREDIT your plate or your
330 440 and 440-H series, and mal engine oil change of 4,000 "fine-line" extruded aluminum
10 3n the Classic 550, 660 and miles. In addition, transmissions -grille. Single headlights are shaped instrument charge account will be opened while jour tire, are

77O.( series. The Ambassador is and rear axles, are permanently mounted in boldly-styled re- cluster for easy reading anda being mounted. Easy terms.FULLSET.
av&lable in four 990 and 990- lubricated. Oil fil- cessed aluminum housingswhich wide selection of upholstery.

models.: Sedans, station wag- ters are standard.All blend into the grille.A Classic aid AmbassadorThe i
oli: and hardtops are in all Rambler lines have new modified "step down" 1964 Rambler Classic and

series, plus an American con- three point engine mountings floor design permitted an overall -Ambassador models feature styling -
vertible."TTie- which improve smoothness of reduction in height ranging refinements, new hardtop
: entire Rambler line for operation at idle and throughout from 1-Hz inches on sedansto models and new convenience

1064 highlights advanced single the speed range. 3 inches on convertibles and, options. I

.Unit construction, 125 pounds Engine power choices range at the same time, improved in- The luxury Ambassador V4 SPECIALALL 1
of galvanized steel for great from 90 horsepower in the Am- terior headroom.The 990 H includes as standard dtIIP
rust-resistance, curved erican series to 270 horsepower American hardtop has equipment a 270 horsepower
side glass, positive-action rotary in the Ambassador V-8 ser its own distinctive roof panel V-8 engine, bucket seats with w TIs ko
door locks, and many oth ies.A with fastback angle rear pil- folding center arm rests, a 1\\t' err rron b ur,coQr u r

eroutstanding features. wide selection of trans- lars and a transverse crease i floor console, chrome ceiling t\: 4 $3875.1 G Co nfaf ns
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bows, and many luxury ap- ood Yoar,
71 .- ;:-' '; "" J -- associated with
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P'.';:t :.:' Six or V-8. Hardtops are 1.2 new, never-been-used Goodyear tile price, but tops in performance,,
t" irwa inches lower than sedans. with tough 3-T Nylon fart cord. thanks to its aupe.m Ieaat Tufsyn.

All Ambassadors include a
full wrap around instrument u

panel crash pad which i iNation
continues into the doors. Other
features include d is tin c- mt

,tive wood-grain inserts on the
f ? > I s i instrument panel and door pan- Wide Tires
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4wr els, lower door scuff pads GAS WELL
made of the same material as "No Limit" MountedGuarantee

the floor carpeting. ,
Classic interiors have been FREE
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all-new 1964 Rambler American series includes two hardtop models in the
440 and 440-H series, featuring fastback rear pillars. Interior headroom has
been improved through the use of a "modified" step-down floor design. A 138-
horsepower six-cj'Under engine is standard on the 440-H models and optional on 3
other Americans. In addition to hardtops, the American is offered in five se- % -

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completely-restjled series for 1964. The Americans are built on a new 106-inch t01,.
,I '\t'?t eelbase, and feature an all-new appearance with a low-silhouette exteriorand
a more spacious interior. The convertible offers a selection of four different -
f convertible top colors-black, white, gold and turquoise.
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f r' protect car occupants and less;:of 1500 degrees Fahrenheit, instrument panels and sun
1964 Rambler American 440 convertible and 1964 Rambler Qtmic 770 hardtop.
endriver strain and
H. fatigue I Itlf it visors, standard on top line
making
I impervious to acids
have been incorporated into the I models, all Ramblers have an
tlf IfKJl Rambler line I and other corrosive condensates '
according anti-glare finish on the entire
to R. H. Isbrandt, vice which collect in the exhaust of the here. "
president I surface of the dash panel to The newest are
cars
new
automotive engineering. assembly.; durability reduce windshield reflection. year
j'j'J! mitt research, American Mo- and long-life help prevent the
tOM Corp. possibility of carbon monox- The improved Weather Eye ;
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entering the
passenger '
Rambler's advanced unit
the new Ramblers featuresa
i bow construction. provides compartment. faster defrosting action for RAMBLER for 64
greater torsional rigidity, re- Headrests are offered on all safer winter driving. Better :+
i I suffing! in a stronger, safe Rambler cars either singly air distribution, increased air r
car without squeaks and rattles or in pairs. They help prevent I volume and larger defroster Ijt t
he said. "whiplash" neck injury due to .
outlets clear wider
'':The greater body strength rear-end collision. I frosted windshield a area of See them at the Show Rambler Americana-compa.c,
,I I at a faster ,
IS:important for durability and All-around visibility is another economy kings. Every inch new from grille to taillights,
r protection under impact, but, important factor in car rate.A ----- --- with plenty of stretch-out space for six adults. Widest
\ I II new five-button master r .f r. of kinds of bucket
even such a seemingly small I safety. In the 1964 Rambler American con- : choice seating options, including two
I facTor like an annoying body i glass area has been in- trol switch is used on the driveer's seats-slim or wide. Exciting hardtops,convertible sedans

i i noise can irritate the driver, i i creased some 38 per cent, witha door for optional electric } \, wagons. Amazingly smoother, quieter ride.
side windows on the 1964 Rambler

thereby distracting him from total of 3,780 square inchesin Classic and Ambassador f-- See them at the Show! Rambler Classics, Sixes spirited
coflfcentrating on his driving sedan models. The Classic
I models. The fifth button is ;. 198-hp Y-8. Brilliant new hardtop, sedans and wagons too.
around
him
and traffic Is
and Ambassador have a total
a lock-out control that permitsthe All beautifully balanced-big inside, trim outside.
said.
J brandt glass area of 3,872 square in-
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Double-Safety ches.Rambler's. t See them at the Show! Rambler Ambassadors-total excellence
three side window
>stem, standard on all Ram- new retractableseat switches ,' in high-performance luxury V-8f.
blej models, gives a double belts have a two fold completely inoperable. It prevents \
margin of safety in the event safety significance: first, theyare children from playingwith : Extra-Talue features! In '64 Ramblers you get Advanced
qjla hydraulic brake failure, test-rated higher than the the windows while the. ------- Unit Construction, curved-glass side windows, Deep-Dip
he-said. This tandem systemprovides accepted SAE minimum stand- car is moving. Furthermore rustproofing, Double-Safety self adjusting brakes coilspring -
r none of the windows can be Rambler Ambassador Y-E fi\--door Cross Country Vo'agon-6.IV hp
operated -
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separate ; secondly, their retractable seats-plus exciting new options. see ,how
when the driver removes standar .270 hp optional Power-lift rear window and third seat are
I I frdpt and rear. Should one system feature should en- Rambler fills needs!
beautifully your
I the ignition key. optionaL See Ambassador Y-8 wagon, sedan hardtops at the Show!
: fail, the other'will still op- courage more persons to use
t t I erte to stop the car. them, Isbrandt said. Other Rambler features and I w
Another standard Rambler Door locks have not been options that contribute to the
fgalure, the ceramic armored overlooked in Ramblers saf driver's comfort and safetj RIDGWAY MOTOR COMPANY a-:
muffler, exhaust pipe and ety design. AH models are include safety-dished steering ; .;
,i{ i tailpipe i is one of the most dur- equipped with posithe-iTotary wheels, power steering, powei .
abje and maintenance free in door locks for better door- brakes, electric win: ,;J eld wi,
I industry.. The ceramic coat- holding ability in normal use pers,. and limited slip differentiaL ,:j : j 1132 S. MAIN S.T GAINESVILLE, FL.A .i; \ ...

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Chrysler Reclining Seat Improved 'i F"=T I IHawes I


f Sealed BeamThe They Keep on Growing


The improvement of sealed!!
1| Powers, 204 N. Main motor problems, according to'line mechanics have served a
beam headlamps was completed
;!did two million dollars worth! Hawes of with the _
total 72
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in 1954 effort of'
by cooperative
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vehicle and lamp manufacturers -of business last year, accord-I i si addition to Ennis and!i and go through a retraining

and public officials. ]ing to T. J. Hawes Jr. Priest, other department mana- program every year. .

b The new lamp retained the ad-, At their current location since; Sales Jump .gers are Royce R. Crider, parts; I,| They now have nearly dou- _

e vantages of the original Sealed 1941, Hawes and A. Curtis Pow-i: t!I Bill Bray paint and body shop; !bled the 20 employes of 1953.
Beam headlamp but improved ers purchased what was the i J. L. Smith, used cars; :\Irs.! Hawes-Powers handles Ply-
r light distribution to give great- Ralph Stoutamire Motor Co.'Al Ennis who has been with Marjorie Eland, office. mouth, Valiant Chrysler, Im'

in 1953. ,the company since 1952. Over Emphasizing exp e r i en c e. perial and Simca sales and

: Pointing to a decade of;500 used cars were also pur- Hawes noted that seven first- service.

I SAFETY growth, Hawes noted that the,chased from Hawes-Powers, he .

I service department has doubled -reported.t Deluxe Paint Job ...: I
in size. and that the paint i> Looking at recent improvements -I ..
I er nighttime eye comfort, bet-and body shop has more than Hawes stated "Our ser I '
ter seeing distance on the low Two of Ford Motor Company's in paint-drying ovens after it is
j trip led, as have new car sales. vice department has grown appreciably -
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beam and better seeing under I 1964 luxury cars are being painted sprayed on car bodies. The heat-
since the
conditions of fog, snow, rain,| Additional facilities were just! appointment 11 with a special deluxe enamel drying process converts the enamel -
'four months of W. D. (Bill)
etc. t I purchased, added H a \V e s.i ago that is superior in hardness to into a hard durable finish
i i which will double the size of,Priest, service department ma- .1[I I
tl The improvements were accomplished previously used finishes. with improved scuff resistance.-
the used car lot in the next year.f inager, who came to us directlyfrom
by changes in lens The special enamel, which has and protection against weather,
I The lot is at 312 N. Main. ( his position as a Chrysler; ..
99 b I design, adoption of a filamentcap improved lustre and protective road salt and other environmental
and by increase in the wat- "Our sales are at an all-time'i district representative. qualities is applied to all 1964' conditions.

tage of each beam. In 1955 this:high as a result of growing pub- Engine troubles can be diagnosed Thunderbirds and .Lincoln Con-' Although polishing is not required
: improved lamp was adopted as''lie acceptance of Plymouth in half the traditional! tinentals. ; by owners of 1964 Thun-

standard equipment by all motor Valiant cars," said Hawes. time because Hawes Powers!:, Highly resistant to road salt derbirds and Lincoln Continen
1 2 vehicle manufacturers in the Over 300 Plymouths were sold has just purchased a Sun visual and chemicals the specially for tals to sustain the life of the

I ... -------- U.S. and Canada. last year. noted Sales Manager scope tester, which pin-points mulated acrylic enamel is cured enamel.
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19G1 Chrysler cars. The reclining seat, with a 30-degree angular adjustment
is standard on cars with bucket seats. It is available with an adjustable head '
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> are excerpts' from I\'chicle-test opportunities offerI -! i
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you a mechanically-,
,J 'emarks made "by Ford :Motor led I by competitive performance\i iI I inclined teen-ager who can't

i 3orHpany officials in connec-I events." ;Lee A. lacocca.i i{,make up his mind about his fu-i r a .

t\\ tion'withFord's. 1964 model au-] Ford Motor Company vice ture occupation? If so, ask his I c.oreS
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I :. -*, I president and Ford Division high school vocational training, \
/1 *!MtonZbiles* 1 1I general manager. .or industrial arts teacher about! {
practically.all of the sheet I Trouble Shooting. \ \\_
i 1 l.ii\ Qtfr1964 line is new. "Women are the most unappreciated -! t ti \
\ I"I I ca are proved as much and underestimated i i Over 4'.800: high school boys:' 1'e \) 5MGe R

, ( 4he'inside as they are on force in thp car market today. !:have: found over the past 15! \ orP
| |( iietoulside...The customer can Putting this another way, 33- years that they can earn a good'i \ N IJ
j eef.tl3e..oulsidcchanges! ; as.soon 000,000 women drivers are'living, as expert automobile me-': '\J '

,.' I| is tie steps: -inlo' a, dealership, having a profound influence on chanics. And the amazing part .
I hewill is that they made their discov-.
I inside
:7c -recognize the-design; of every car in our
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.' less soon 'as he drives.stable. Ben D. Mills, Ford ery through a high school com-, .,.. \
l i :lie'rtar.T Arja R. Miller, I IMotor Company vice president petition. They entered a Trouble':; .. .

( I'. resident, Ford: Motor Com-j and Lincoln-Mercury Division,:Shooting contest enjoyed it, and j:
found a job in an automobile ;:
, t parry.- '" I general manager. I
' dealership a neighborhood garage -:
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I'- \Vecan take you into our 'Expansion and modernization or a service station as a : .
t plaijts. right now and show programs now under way result. .
t'olJ..lr1pro\(11)flts! have; will add more than a million !
made in- trans-t Ford Some of the youngsters are; ,, ,, _. _.
our engines, square feet to Motor '- ------ --, ---- .m. -
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cr key components that are a''during the 1964 model year. ;auto-mechanics, for the automobile > .. <" 9ZgTI; / I M "r' .
I mechanic of today is PERJAL ,
direct result of what tie have Most of these new and modernized no .
learned in racing and rallying.! facilities will be in oper- ::longer a hit-or-miss tinkerer: he t .

i tJ Our cars are safer and more ation shortly alter the first of, is a specialist in engines. transmissions 3 ;. : t-!

durable because of these! im- the year. They will increase our or electrical systems r'. p'j,
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provements. What's more we ability to turn out quality pro- capable of earning from $3.000; < 7n
expect to learn a lot more from ducts and they will give us the to $15.000 per year. What's' i ;1
competitive events in the future flexibility we need to give the!mere he can work anywhere in ;

: We-or more importantly customer what he wants, whenhe the country. Even the smallest 1 .
.Sour customers-are just wants it and where he(towns have service stations;] i
beginning to reap the benefitsof wants it." Charles H. Patterson doing automobile repair work. 4
imr intensive, There are over 206,000 gasoline ; I
long range| executive vice president i-
of the accelerated! Ford Motor ;stations in the nation and about i, .
exploitation .._ __ ___ Company. I
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Free Films Available independent repair shops. !

i ., i Trouble Shooting contests are: :; L. ..
I.sponsored by local Plymouth!

? j I On Automobile Industry ,II IIA 'dealers in cooperation wit h' "Quietly Elegant" ,.
public school officials. The program i
is designed to reward tal-i
panoramic view of the automobile -:boards to completion of the run!,
ented young men studying automobile i I
1 industry from the :I ning model. mechanics in publicj! \

secrets of the styling studio:, "The Rouge' and 6.ThtSecret schools and to encourage them'; WE ,

I through performance in some of Door" show respectively, the to become professional auto'!

the world's most grueling auto major steps in building cars at:service technicians.A I ..

races is available without'|Ford's massive plant in Dear Plymouth Trouble Shoot- WILL
charge from the film libraries born. Mich., and the varied ing contest consists of any num-:
[i*f of Ford Motor Company. techniques and tal 1 e nts which I ber of two-man teams, each as- .r

'are combined in the styling of a,signed to its own car. Prior to, NOT
the .
The portrayals of many .
modern automobile. the contest. each car is "bugged"
facets of the auto world take the with 12 to 20 identical malfunctions I b
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"The I n v i sible Bridge" de "- Y'G'0
I form of 32 separate motion ..pic scribes how a modern international fuel lines and wiresare \{\ 'BE
tures which are available from disconnected, distribut
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cor poration affects the
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For for group showings. Ford points are opened battery posts S
people of n a t i ion s around the;
offers two racing films "Mon- world as it creates jobs and,are daubed with clear lacquer.At OUTTRADEDOR .
te Carlo Rallye" and "The Winning a signal, teams start work .

' Ride." The Monte Carlo generates.,,economic,__ ___ ...progress._ __ '.' .,,ing on their cars. First team toI I o h'
All the urns are ID mm wan Q
a' film opens with scenes of the find and fix all the malfunctions: v .
sound and in color. e "
famed European rally from the many are ,wins. o
The 32 titles available from
driver's seat of a Ford Falcon From the time of the first i
Sprint, and also decipts prepa- Ford film libraries in Dearborn..,Trouble Shooting contest 15 UNDER-SOLD !
rations for the endurance test Mich.. New York City and Oakland ,
than 7.500
Calif., also include travel years ago more
and its conclusion. j
exciting youngsters have participated.Surveys .
and driver training subjects.. '
have shown that about
"The Winning Ride" is the The films and the Ford Film'

suspenseful running of the tor Daytona)' of the"500.1963" ,f j i[,[charge Catalog to are schools available, churches without':.cipate,65 per find cent work of those as auto who mechlanics. parti--: Visit with the happy men who sell them at the Auto Show or ANYTIME at ', :

While many have stayed j ..... ',
"Auto Race ..;.. 1909" shows :farm i and youth groups and fraternal -;in that field some have branched'',

performance in the auto indus-i i l and civic organizations.Pontiac's 1 out into automobile sales, dealership = I

try's earliest days. This Ford:, management positions,j CO.
new speed control HAWES POWERS MOTOR
film records the highlights of an and even automotive engineering. -! : ,
early New York to Seattle race I device Electro Cruise automatically '!
reduces driving fatigue national
( and a re enactment of the race' The contest is now ;,
later. : by maintaining constantcar in scope. Last Sear PI'mouth'gave and Simca
SO years Imperial-Plymouth- Chrysler :
I speed up or down hill, or, 48 turns from 20 states ,.
'"Mustang" unfolds the development on the level. With this practical allexperutips to Detroit to1 I II

J, of Ford's oneofa accessory, the driver just steers compete !L. lie national finals,' 204 North Main Street OPEN EVENINGS Phone FR 2-2561 : ::.
kind experimental sports car,I and enjoys foot-on-the floor I and awan(' $9,000 in college!
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Performance and quality, the ed head room, improved driver the new models give the impression -tical windshield. The roof is a
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two dominant themes in Ply- vision, and an increased over-all of greater width because of higher, providing an inch more

I mouth's success in 1963, are fur- length of Vn inches. I fresh new horizontal styling head room in front in all closed
ther enhanced in the 1964 line. Although their over-all widthis themes, front and rear. models and in the rear of all
Plymouth for 1964 has increas- unchanged at 75V4 inches, include sedans, four-door hardtops and
Engine options a new
426 cubic inch V-8 for high performance station wagons. j>' W 'i"

Chrysler's NewConveniences enthusiasts. Suitablefor Other new features are: ., w ,,.
street use, it is a modified -
An attractive new center con- :
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version of the Super Stock
sole with a "stick shift" type < .
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426 engine used in accelerationtrials selector for the automatic ;
gear

of which drag established and track recordsin a multitude -transmission new Chrysler in the-Sport engineeredfour Fury.A ... ; ,:.:,:if.L:.> +. 1 }h. ...> .,( V' .,' 'v .- '" : v: } ', ': 4.'* tt\\ .;. .'.

1963. speed manual transmis-
Reclining seats, head rests, performance cars, which originated New Look for 1964 sion with a floor-mounted shift Plymouth's Sport Fury
a new console-mounted automatic in 1955, is the 300K All 1964 Plymouths have a lever, synchronized in all forward -

transmission lever, a sev- which has a sports Car interior new look. The most distinctiveis speeds and available with Plymouth cars for 1964 have increased head room, improved driver vision, a 11/2-inch increase in over-all
en-position adjustable steering with a center transmission the two-door hardtop which Commando and Super Stock en- length and a choice of high performance engines ranging up to 426 cubic inches displacement. Shown hereis
wheel and a four-speed manu- console and a 413 cubic inch gines.
has a completely new roof line the Sport Fury two-door hardtop with a fresh styling appeal.
al transmission are among the police pursuit type engine witha An improved three speed man-
fleet
many new features in the new four-barrel carburetor and combining a motif.appearancewith ual shift. I view mirror with the control The Plymouth line for 1964 and four door hardtops, six I ty on the engine and drive train
convertible
1964 Chrysler line. dual exhausts. A ram induction a An electric push button windshield mounted on the door. I consists of 26 models in seven passenger station wagons and components for its 1964 cars,
engine with two four barrel The 1964 Plymouths are fur- washer which operates independently 11
One model in the new line, carburetors and heavy duty in troublefree New crash tested door latches body styles and in four series- convertible coupes. with refinements in the trans-
ther
the New Yorker Salon, has improved of engine vacuum
more than 40 items of extra suspension and braking is optional operation, too, according to C. and gives the driver full controlof which provide exceptional the Savoy, Belvedere, Fury and 5 Or 50 Warranty Held I missions and engines to simplify -

equipment, including an improved on the 300K. Availablein E. Briggs, vice president of washing action.A resistance to door openings in a Sport Fury. There are two-door Plymouth continues to provide|I II I and minimize service re-
air conditioning sys- 1963 as a hardtop, the 300K Chrysler Motors Corporation and remote control outside rear- collision. and four-door sedans, two -door!I a 5 year or 50,000-mile warran-i 1 I
this year will be expanded to Chrysler'lymouth -
tem, as standard. Seven mod- general manager
include convertible.The .
els offer a reclining front seaton a Division.

the passenger side. Front reclining right front "We have had a successful
seat head rests are optional on seat, introduced 'in the New Plymouth in 1963," he said. 0T \ .
those models. Yorker Salon late in the 1963 "We know that much of its suc-
All 1964 Chryslers retain the model year, is extended to become cess has resulted from its repu-
basic dimensions and crisp standard in all Chrysler and : : '
tation for quality performance. .
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lines of their predecessors but 300 cars and in New Yorker That's what we have em- ; '
they have a new, sleeker ap station wagons. The recliningseat phasized in the development of .. '
pearance. The rear window is has five positions in its .,
larger. All three series- the 30-degree angular adjustment.In the 1964 cars. i quirements'J

economical Newport, sports all Chryslers a new steer- The improvements include ad-
i, series 300 and deluxe New ing. wheel which tilts to seven tional underhood splash shields,
Yorker-have new and person- different driving positions is op- ''a new automatic choke design, anew
alized grille t designs. They tional. Wheel position is selected spark plug cable assemblyand Yrav: c
have new rear metal sculpturing by means of a level just I' other refinements in the en-
and bold, new tail lamps below the turn signal on the gines, transmissions and differ-
with a strong hexagonal ap- left side of the steering col ential, as well as in body design
pearance.The umn. Lifting the lever unlocksthe and assembly.Wide .
1964 version of Chrysler's tilt mechanism to permit Range of Engines J
"alphabet" series of high an up-and-down movement of Plymouth for 1964 offers a 1J

the wheel. wider range of engines than < 1
1964 Tempest Auto-Pilot, a speed control ever before. They include an improved -
device which enables the driver with in-
six compression
Size to dial his speed and ,
Bigger remove
creased from 8.2:1: to 8.4:1, a
his foot from the is'
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gas pedal
competition V-8, and four V-8s
Among the many engineering standard on the salon and op-
conventional
for
designed own-
changes in the 1964 Tempestis tional on all automatic trans-
er use with displacements
its size. The wheelbase has mission-equipped cars having /
ranging from 318 to 426 cubic
I been increased to 115-inches and I power brakes. Seat belt an- inches. GOODYEAR TIRES ,
the overall length is 203 inches, 'chors are relocated for greater All 1964 Plymouth cars have a ,-
an increase of 8.7 inches. Also convenience and neater ap new two-inch wider rear axle with
4 new is the chassis featuring a pearance. There are improvements I
shaft. The wider truck, 59.6 in-
Pontiac built six cylinder, inline in seat construction for 1
ches, enhances the appearanceof TUFSYN
engine and box type frame greater comfort. The air conditioning the car as seen from the rear. SPRING TIRE BUYS .
system, which goes
and
for improved riding quiet- It also contributes to exceptional -
third of all the
into about a Chry- super-durable

ness. sler cars, has improvementswhich good steering handling responsiveness characteristics and, SWITCH YOUR SMOOTHIES TO NEW GOODYEAR TIRES :. rubber tough
provide better cool air
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used in
ever
I Despite its reduced thickness, distribution.For according to Plymouth engineerswho -fJ "" *' .- -
the window is so strong that itt road performance enthus- have road tested 1964 mod- Goody

peed not be unzipped when the iasts and rally competitors, els over many thousands of ..
I,I top is loweredJ simply lowers Chrysler offers a new Chry- miles at the Chrysler Proving NEW CARSPECIAL .x j BIG CARVALUE
jvith the top into the storage sler-engineered four speed Grounds.
eompartment. If added ventila- manual transmission and an Head Room Increased f1rllhifI, Iflff BUY _
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Bon is desired, however, the new improved standard three-speed Plymouth retains its fully uni- '
-glass backlight can be unzipped manual transmission. tized body construction. There is 7.50 x 14, 6.70 x 15 tubelesii : 7.10 x 15,8.00 x 14 tubeless
.:Jrom the raised roof and low.Bred They are designed to en- a modification in the silhouette A : INSTANT
; behind the rear seat in the hance Chrysler's standing as because of structural changes to I EllhIfl $ 89 4U 1 $195
lr. Conventional manner. an exceptional sports rally car. accommodate a new, more ver-
fib Utmodel flU IXU.S. CREDIT
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::;, I .1'W; plus tax and old tire blaekwall plus tax and old tire ChadrgeN-At-p.latesl
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Your account will

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3-T Nylon All-Weather New Safety All-Weather No limit on niles/ No
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limit as to s eedl for
the entire life of the
tread ."

AUTO TIRE NEW RAYON ORIGINAL NEW CARCHANGEOVERS /,

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TREADS EQUIPMENT TIRES ..
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Retreads on '
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sound tire tread depth. U P TO

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tax &; old tire brands.
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ji come sigh. NATION-WIDE All New Goodyear Auto Tires Are Guaranteed against defects in Nylon cord Triple-
II : : tiN 0 LIMIT'GUARANTEE I workmanship and materials and normal road hazards, except Tempered by exclusive
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The 1964 Chryslers arc here. The luxurious New Yorker (above), repairable punctures. to make it far
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i' Backed 40 of engineering leadership. The on miles/ No limit as to 80,000 Goodyear dealers in the United States and Canada will
Handsome. by
I : : Crisp. years roadsNo limit as to speedmake allowance on a new tire based on original tread depth
: : : '64 Chryslers are full of news. For instance, an optional seven-way 'or the entire life of the tread remaining and current "Goodyear Price".

: : steering wheel. And bucket seats are standard on 300's (passenger's

t : : reclines). Come on in and browse around. at Chrysler's exhibit.

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;! it Getup and go PI"moulfi' With new style
I t } F r ;J that makes
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owners
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t.S.r'f'; lPi1. \Mi'. ;""' ; Plymouth's 5-year/50,000-mile engine and
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The New Valiant '
'64 Plymouth and Valiant shift into high..with f the year's
A new grille of horizontal design extending the full width between headlights is a prominent styling Y
feature of the 1964 Valiant. Shown is the Signet V-200, a sporty two-door hardtop. New mechanical features -
for 1961 include a 4-speed synchronized manual shift. Sure-Grip differential and push-button, all-elec sportiest new cars. Soft-tops, hardtops..bucket seats. ..
tric windshield washer. The Valiant is covered by Chrysler Corporation's 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty on '-
engine and drive train components. four-on-the-floor sticks..engines that go all the way up.


'64 Valiant Ups Economy, ReliabilityBuilding VALIANT/64 STYLE...BEST ALL-AROUND COMPACT .. .

Best almost any way you look'at it Sporty,

upon a world wide! hardtop, 4-door sedan, convert-,manual transmission providing Valiant engines have a new, spunky,something really special in low-price .....
record of sales success this ible coupe and 4-door station superior second gear operation I diaphragm type automatic compacts when you consider its 5-year/ .._.
year, Valiant has moved into wagon. In the deluxe Signet ser-'and greater durability. choke. The vaccum operated 50,000-mile engine and drive train warranty.* '
the 1961 model year with design -ies, an attractive new sporty I The 5-year or 50 diaphragm is enclosed in a self- See Valiant at the Auto Show, and drive it .,
changes giving emphasisto looking vinyl roof is availableas mile warranty on thousand-j contained unit mounted along- Valiant Signet 2-Door Hardtop All-Vinyl Bucket Seats at your nearby Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's. "
further gains in economy of, an option on the two-door ,and drive train components introduced side the carburetor body. Its
I operation and reliability."We hardtop. [ en 1953 models is con- function is to assist in openingthe
I have improved upon the Mechanical features include tinued for 1964.t choke blade after the enginehas
I qualities that have made Valiant higher compression for both the I Higher compression ratios for started. Since it has no
an outstanding success in every standard 170 cubic inch 101 both the standard and the op- sliding parts, the need for main-
country in the world where it horsepower engine and the 225 tional engines provide improved tenance is eliminated. The diaphragm ....
I has been offered," said C. E. cubic inch 145 horsepower en- economy on regular grade fuel. action offers no resis-
Briggs, vice president of Chrysler gine plus improvements in fuel The previous 8.2 to 1 compression tance to the closing action of i .or..
Motors Corp. and general and ignition systems. I ratio, standard for both engines the automatic choke spring in '
manager, Chrysler Plymouth New features, available for I is increased to 8.5 to 1 for returning the choke blade to : ++/IM
Division.He the first time in the Valiant line, (the standard 170 cubic inch engine starting position after the en- ::
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scored a 60 per cent U.S. sales engineered fully synchronized cubic inch optional engine. to cool.
:1 gain thus far this year, holds floor-mounted 4-speed manual _
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and is the leading United States differential to minimize rear Steering, SAFETY w ''-

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t'I nadian registrations. faces, and a push button elec-1 Suspension .
I The front end of the 1961 mo- tric windshield washer. HERE'S THE STRONG PROTECTION PLYMOUTH AND VALIANT OWNERS GET WITH CHRYSLER CORPORATION'S 5/50 WARRANTYl .
I del is extensively changed. The Other improvements are new, I clue to suspension improve- Chrysler Corporation warrants for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, against defects in materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler
Changes Motors Corporation Authorized Dealers place of business,the engine block, head and internal parts, intake manifold,water pump tranamiuion case and internal parts
door locks.
and safer
f bumper is wider and is mounted stronger ments; lowered center of grav- (excluding manual clutch), torque convertor, drive shaft,universal joints, rear axle and differential and rear wheel bearings of its 1964 automobile,provided the owner
/ high to provide superior protection relocated and redesigned seatbelt has the engine oil changed every 3 months or 4.000 miles whichever comes first the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every
.f 1 ity in vehicles, and many other 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service,and requests the dealer to certify
I to the grille. The grille anchors to provide an unob- Revolutionary c h a ng e s in (1) receipt of such evidence and (2) the car's then current mileage.
has a new horizontal design extending structed rear floor area, an improved steering, handling and suspen- factors.
I the full width between air conditioning system sion systems have been taking Riding qualities have been See 64 Plymouth and Valiant at the Gainesville Auto Show::
I headlights., with a narrower, more efficient place in motor vehicles. .vastly improved by advancesin
r In the rear, the most notice- cooling unit, an improved closed Many items requiring design suspension systems. This has .
IJ: able change is in the tail lights crankcase ventilation system requiring -consideration have contributedto reduced driver fatigue immea-
which are vertical in shape and less maintenance, an river safety; easier steer- surably. Major advances in- PLYMOUTH DIVISION CHRYSLER :
t l follow the contour of the rear improved fuel tank offering ing due to improvements in,clude torsion bar systems, ball- MOTORS CORPORATION
1 quarter panels. greater protection from stone steering! geometry and related joint front suspension designsand DISPLAYED BYHAWESPOWERS .
The 1964 Valiant line consists damage, a new lifetime oil filter I components, as well as the in- air suspension systems. '
f 1 of nine models in five body 'in the automatic transmission I creased use of power steering; I.I.I These trends continue in the in- MOTOR CO. e 204 N. Main St.
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*6f 1964 cars from the family-
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-tlesigned to fit the varying needs I I
:2f modern motorists.

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: at this ear's auto show are

,the the standard-size family-size compact popular-price Dart; 1964 Dart I

J>odge: and the luxurious, med- This Dart (;T two-door hardtop is one of nine familv-.xize compact models offered hy Dodge. The Dart
ium-price Dodge 880 and Custom economy line also includes convertibles, two and four-door sedans and station wagons. The Dart (;T is a five- ,
:380.v passenger family fun-car, with bucket seats, all-vinyl upholstery, wall-to-wall carpeting and padded dash. .

It's available as either a hard-toP or convertible. ,- e
: DART The 111 inch wheelbase -
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:In three series and nine newly- Auto Research Period CutFord
3tyled models, including two- Waiting
\ and four-door sedans, station

Wagons, two convertibles and a engineers have speeded!only informal channels of com the formation of new chemical,Engineering," Misch said. Variety of Models
-two-door hardtop.
up their race against time. |munication between various units -compounds and the behavior oft! Some of the studies now underway -'
1 The Dart's standard Slant They are closing the time gay'' of the company." sub-atomic particles. | concern new materials.'!
*Six engine provides performance between discovery of a new scientific -' Directly responsible for the The role of the Applied Re- ,fuels and lubricants, electrical, The standard-size low-price Dodge for 1961 offers buyers a choice of 22 different '
equivalent to many8's, principle and its application -,new working relationship is Dr. .search Office is to take new discoveries -: machinery, processes and con-! modeL The model line-up includes two deluxe Polara hardtops shown here. I'
Michael Ference, Jr. Ford's i i Tt top: the four-door hardtop; below : the two-door hardtop.ducts" .
and:. buyers have their choiceof in the cars of tomorrow.To in science and to seek'' trol systems, super strength- --------- - -
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I of this group is Ford'sexperimental gines, transmissions, steer n g been in operation only a few
plant.
-225-cubie-inch six power 'j I turing and development physical and chemical processes -
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a major realignment'in activities pro- I
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sports car systems complete new
'grams. ]I months, it already shows promise
handsome' its research effort accordingto under his control: the Scientific. :. I i Mustang. Not planned for production representing a variety of sizes;
;, DODGEThe i of to the American
standard-size Herbert L. Misch. vice-presi laboratory. Applied Research i i This major research area'' The Product Research Officeis the :Mustang serves as'a and uses, and extensive experi-' speeding ,
land dependable dent engineering and reasarch. Office, and Product Research concerned with converting the human car buyer the fruits of our
iDodge, with a 119-inch \\heel-j !i provides the link between the laboratory on wheels to test mentation factors the
"The basic purpose of the re- Office all located Ford's!' work of the Research basic research," :Misch said.
In Applied
-base, is available in three ser-!! :discovery stage in basic re- !concepts generated by Product technique of determining basic!
:ics.: the top-of-the-line Polara. : alignment is to exploit Ford'sresearch modern 700-acre Research and:search and the utilization stage.Office into new vehicle con-,Research. j!(|'I needs in automobile ride and:' "The scientific discovery today -

=the popular middle-line Dodge,knowledge to out the of the fullest-to laboratoryand get Engineering Center at Dearborn,i in Ford Product Research, Pro-1!cepts, vehicle components and Among the many projects underway handling, sound and vibration, has a much better possibility i-

440., and the lowest-price full-: into automobiles more,Mich. duct Engineering, Manufacturing -:engineering systems. t in this group is work on and instrumentation. at Ford of becoming part .
size Dodge, the 330. i I quicklv." Misch explained. I I! The Scientific Laboratory,' Research and Manufacturing';; One of the best known "pro-:gas turbines, new gasoline en-I 1' "Although the new system has!of the car of tomorrow." I
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t>odge models to choose from. Ford have been brought into an search specialists, including 70 I Ipi"
The: buyer may select twoor intimate working partnership to scientists with Ph. D's, is addingto '
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I&ur-door: sedans twoor four- drastically reduce the "waiting the store of new knowledge.This ;
door hardtops convertibles, six- period" between the discoveryof group is engaged in fun-

nor nine-passenger wagons. new knowledge and its!!: ap-'damental research in physics
l In addition, the Polara two- pearance before the public in mathematics, chemistry, metal-
.door hardtop and convertible.the form of cars and other pro- lurgy and physical electronics. t
I Hare'available with a sports packliage ducts. From Ford's Scientific Labora- .

which features bucket "For the first time." he ex- tory in recent months have come

f seats: a center console and luxurious plained, "all our research efforts -important research findings in .
all-vinyl l interior Select- are tied under one office.In lasers, electro-luminescence, superconductivity "
I Sfr levers for either the fourHspeed the past we have had a compartmentalized at near-absolute ,
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-_ The standard-size Dodge offers fn"
t a choice of six engines. The2sJxc j
>'hnder power plant has a VolkswagonFirm 11 ,
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>s. The standard V-8 is a 318- ;

:cubic-inch economy-run winner. 'j I
-ther optional engines are: a Grows I
i 333-cubic-mch with two- .
I :barren carburation: a 383 V-8 i / (

with a single four-barrel carburetor -I < ..;.
: a new 426-cubic-inch engine -I The small cars are going to'!1 Sales have not increased because v"

\ with a four-barrel carbu-be enlarging their Gainesville i i the firm gets only an al- 1r
I Sretor, and the big Ramcharger address three times when Miller loted supply from Germany each -
1.U26 with dual four-barrel car- Brown Volkswagen moves'year.' Most of the automobiles t
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IJburetion. I into their new agency this jear.I : are sold before delivery.The .

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M.*"_ DODGE 880s- New features Coleman Brown Volkswagen aged by Jack Pierson, employs ? E /
-nr the Dodge 880's for 1964 in- agency plans to build a new'a "good portion" of German
t tclude: an optional steering,building on 13th Street by mid- men trained at the main fac I
heel that tilts to seven different 1964 :tory. Gainesville service men '
I : driving positions; a new pare! trained at a service school I'
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manual transmission
1 ::four-speed from its original site on East in Jacksonville. .
'with floor shift: more effectivepirconditioning Coleman '1564 DODGE POLARA2.DOOR HARDTOP
Brown said that i
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University Avenue in order to '
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and series
I : a have service considered the service depart-! Oh boy !
.ef engineering refine m e n t s more department ment .
; one of the most important -
fast starting im-!space and show room space.
:which provide
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of the
'f I. roved fuel economy and better! The agency came to Gaines- operation. I
:.acceleration. I vine in 1958.! It started with 5 The agency keeps all parts on,!

t '-- A total of nine models, all on emploees and now has 35 working hand for servicing. And the enlargement -'

I t ; :3 122-inch: wheelbase, are avail- for it. move, according to
,him is mainly motivated by a
the nation's4ress
b1r. Described by
i at a It is a family run operation desire for faster service.
> as "big car luxury
j moderate price." the 880 line according to Coleman Brown. Volkswagon and Porche auto-
I I features new styling and a num- :Miller is president. Mrs. :Miller'obiles are sold by the agency !

," |Jer of performance and convenience is the firm's secretary. With the Joe Bryant is the salesman I 1
innovations.The two sons Coleman and Mark The company also has an overseas :
I ,: : standard engine for the Brown acting as sales manager :; tourist sales in which

,2su is a 361-cubic-mch: V-8 de- and general manager respectively you can buy your car here, pick
It Jigned to thrive on regular gasoline. I lit up in Germany.

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: Color Selection 'Best Car !'

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I't f i ..-A+nd personalized interior color car combinations.can be or-.For Money'"When I II j

L i =:flered bv the selection of two- 1964 DODGE DART GT 2-DOOR HARDTOP
;.one combinations or contrast2ng aI !
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tfEngineers sweep and designers have better automobiles n ___ ___ ___ Have lot to show .
Stressed safety on all 1964 Dod- are built. Buick will build them 5 we got a you
t Some of the safety features.are and when better service is Molt on Motors
ges.
: stronger door latches: given Melton Motors will give
ushbutton controlled windshield it." said R. B. (Bobby\ Mel Bocks Buick I IOh

t washer mechanism: low- ,ton co-owner of Melton :Motors .
. ) I fr brake pedals for faster transfer car agency located at 703
) of the foot from accelerator N. Main St. chosen to sell the car Then

,, y io brake: outside rear view mirror I Melton In reminiscing said i this year the Opel Kadette.
with inside remote control: which is a completely new kind
the started
company in Augustof
I-I Optional instrument panel pad, 1930 at the Rebel Lanes of car. was introduced and out boy! Curtain up. It's auto show time again and the Dependables for '64 are power under the hood, a lot more fun on the read. For a fact feN compacts cost
the full ,of 3.300 Buick dealers in
extends the
which across bowling location. At that time here. The new'64 standard-size Dodge. Compact Dodge Dart.And big new Dodge 880. less than Dart Not one gives you as much for the money.
I Width of the panel: seat belt country, only 400 were selected
J Y installation that does not obstruct his" father A. E :Melton sold to handle the Kadette. Mel. The '64 Dodge-more elegant than ever. With a wide selection of interiors. A comAnd don't go away. We have another handsome treat for you. The big Dodge 880-

rear floor space. "various! until makes Dec. of 1937 automobies" when ton :Motors was one of the 400. I plete choice of models. Some with bucket seats, some with regular seats and some built for the man who likes everything in his motoring big except the price.

i I 2- Dodge Comfort :\telt Motors: became Gaines- :Melton said sales have been with a flip-down center arm rest that lets you enjoy the advantages of bucket seats The big Dodge 880 isn't shown above but don't miss it at the show.

2: Whatever the model or body \'ille's Buick representative. In good for the past three years without paying for them. The price on the '64 Dodge? Right with Ford and Chevy. See them all. The Dependables from Dodge for 1964 the most talked-about,

t :stale. all 1964 Dodges have built,[1941. the company moved to in fact "we haven't had"en- Take a good look at our compact Dodge Dart too. It's the fresh new compact in walked-about models at the show, bar none. Then for the best show of all, try 'em

t I -in-comfort in common. There'sma1imum its present site. ough cars to sell since 1961." the large economy size. A little bigger outside, a lot roomier inside. A little more on the road The man to see is your dependable Dodge Dealer. See him soon.
\ seating comfort, riding ; He said Bob Saxton is head
comfort, handling ease. : In 1951. :Melton said he of the service department, and .
:::There: is room of all kinds for became a partner with his father he himself is in charge of the DodgeV4
',Reads, legs, knees and hips -' in the business. used and new car sales depart-! .
I \ 2n the front seat and back. When asked why Melton Motors ments. .
chair-high: seats let the driver chose! to represent Buick, "We have had one mechanic .
-and passengers sit up and take he said, "Became I think Buick with us. J. C. Gardner, for 30 DODGE DIVISION CHRYSLER
I p ', Uiotice or stretch out and relax. I is the best car for the money .n'arsfelton: said. I MOTORS CORPORATION
11 .- Gentling the Dodge ride are' ," He said Buick manufactured Future plans of the companyare I
:.rront-End torsion bars which I more parts for its own "to grow with the commu-
(t 1 soak up shock and smooth out{automobile than another division nity and give continuous good POOLE-GABLE MOTORS
f bumps:: nits, dips, twists and I of General Motors ex- service." :: k'
-'tums. Handling characteristics cept one other GM: car. Melton Motors is planning on .
Ifhave been improved in the 1964 I Itelton: said they began to featuring the Buick Skylark '
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TOTAL PERFORMANCE

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new in styling and more im- equipment and accessories. It ing the steering wheel.A increase of four tenths of an
proved in every way than at has its own distinctive rear win- inch in door-opening height at
time since Imperial became dow and C-pillar design. new flexible sheathed
any the C-pillar, permitting easier The 1964 Fairlane series
line of automobiles cable linking the pedal to
a wholly separate gas with
Among the distinguishing ex- its unbeatable com-
I rear entry and exit in four-door
the carburetor throttle to shut
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terior appearance features of bination of familysizeroom
continues be out engine noise from the in- models.
to
Imperial a
the Crown Coupe is the small and sports-car feel
big luxury car, with its own rear window previously identified -terior. Imperial's combined heatingand will change your mind
exclusive body construction. It I I with the LeBaron. Both the -A thermostatically controlled air conditioning system, the about how much you can i ''" : .
has an elegant new look with Crown and first to employ the reheat for low -
Coupe LeBaron are fan drive assembly on air prin- get so a price.
t subdued metal sculpturing and available with a vinylcoveredroof conditioned cars which keeps ciple, is further improved for

I trim.More than 150 significant improvements for added distinction. fan speed low during normal 1964.. FAIRLANE 500 4-DR SEDAN

were designed into Available as optional equip- engine operation.In The reheat method of controll-
the 1964 Imperial to increaseits I ment in all models is a new addition, there are changesin ing air temperature takes ad-
operating smoothness and seven-position vertically adjust- the design of the rear quar- vantage of the performance and
quietness.The able steering column for addi- ter panels to provide increased comfort gains made possible by
tional driver convenience and structural The first the air to reduce
Imperial line for 1964 con- strength. new cooling The new Ford Custom
sists of four models with optionsand comfort. .roof shape on hardtops resultsin r moisture content and then heating z br and Custom SCO, 2 and
features designed to meeta Among the features contribu- a sturdier C-pillar, a less II it to the desired outlet temp- 4-door sedans represent
wide range of preferences ting to the exceptional smooth- I slanted rear window and slight- erature. car value at its best .
among luxury car buyers. ness and quietness of operationare ..;;k they look expensive but
The Le Baron four-door hard- : New Dust Air Guards I z. ., y they're not. They are full
top,, with its distinctive small -New butyl rubber isolatorsin ; size Fords in room and ,
M rear window extra deluxe trim the body-to-frame mountings. r comfort and have features .
and equipment, continues as the -Triple laminated exhaust New dust and air guards ger and luggage compartments.Ford T j, J' '. __ : other big Fords have.
f top..of the line. pipes. perfected in special "dust I body engineers have elk
The Crown Coupe, a two-door -Newly-designed installationsfor bowl" tests in automotive research -,
hardtop and the Crown con- Imperial's curved side glass I minated up to 90 per cent of
laboratories-are being dust-laden air intake using the FORD CUSTOM 2-DR SEDAN
vertible, are special personaliz- windows to assure quietness and
installed as standard equipmenton
automobiles with individually freedom from vibration when flexible valve which contains a
all 1964 Ford, Mercury and
adjustable power bucket windows are partially opened. I Thunderbird cars. thin rubber membrane cover
i seats, extra wide shoulder bolster -New, more powerful and
ing each drain hole. During in-
and adjustable head rests quieter electric window regula- New cars have small flexible
weather the Try the Galaxie in
clement weightof your
as standard equipment. The tors. valves at 10 to 15 drain loca- :
1 i front passenger seat features a -New, stronger door hinges. tions which permit water to water forces the thin cover own road test over your ,
own kind of road and
reclining back as standard in -Sealing I improvements "shed" from rocker panels, away from the hole. Each you can sense this new ;::':t : ::T: R a wLaQo
both models. throughout the body to minimizeair I doors and other underbodyareas. valve "snaps" back into place Ford's total I
The Crown four-door hardtop, leakage and wind noise.A These necessary drains when water is released, restoring performance
j . bumps never have .
the traditional volume leader in new flexible steering I have been a major source of the protective drain cover-
a chance it rides so smoothly -
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I sweep in Daytona "500" in tests of showroom V-8s f;f The unique new in all Thunderbird the world .is 1/ I

aa it's so different so beauti;
According to the record book for stock cars This competition was more "your speed." ;T: ful. The 1964 Thunderbird-
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"" speed'for 500 miles than the 154334 m.p.h. testing company bought and compared showroom 5 % ; ventilation totally new

,. set by a competition-equipped 1964 Plymouth in win- models of Plymouth, Ford and Chevrolet- seating comfort new con' ".
venience and luxury.
ning last month's Daytona "500."
The cars were comparably equipped standard V-8s
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Adding to that glory is the fact that two more 1964 -cars people buy.And the tests were of"things people
Plymouths finished 2nd and 3rd for a decisive Plymouth buy a car for"acceleration, handling, braking, and THUNDERBIRD HARDTOP
sweep.That suggests that Plymouths were not only the gas economy. I
swiftest cars in the competition but that they're built In test after test, Plymouth accelerated best,
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to stay in there all the way. handled best, braked best, and got the best gas mile- I
For the millions of racing fans and high-perfor age. This is the kind of competition Plymouth most
mance enthusiasts across the country, Plymouth is likes to win."High speed" or "your speed," these 1964 I See a Shaw & Keeler Salesman Today r:
proud of its "high speed" victory at Daytona. Plymouths are tough to beat! I


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t4.A 'rli i" 3'".r'" !g" t i..PH'st Oldsmobile F-85 Is Totally NewOldsmobile's I

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entry in the low I The F-85's new Jetfire Rocket!.high compression, 290 h.p. Cut gear shift coupled with a var

; k price field, the F-85 for 1964, will engine gives exceptional pre-,lass engine, equipped ,with a,I iable vane torque converter

be on display at Gainesville's! formance in this car. The en-;;four-barrel carburetor and designed -.:which automatically increases

< r> Auto Show. i gine, a Lght-w eight castiron l for use with premium i r torque output whenever is

The F-85 is a totally new auto V-8, uses the most advanced fuels. needed Jt -is immediately re-

....,; Jj # mobile styled for more beauty, foundry techniques and is produced l sponsiw' to driver command.
t r. designed with greater interior I Oldsmobile's For those buyers who are pri-
in Rocket
<< measurements for maximum utility :marily interested in fuel economy -i 1 I

N and powered by 'a brand I I Engine pant ; and low price, Oldsmobile !! Nose. JllOrSI

3 E _{ new engine for more performance. -:: The new 330: ) cubic inch engine 1 offers a new 155-horsepower I I 4
ff LoFP It has more leg-room, To be really new, a car should
x e head-room and entrance room.['for F-85 models delivers 230j V-6 engine.Another I It smell like, it. At least that's the

horsepower and uses regular i i (:contention of many automobile
In engineering design the F85is grade gasolines. The Cutlass: important component:'.men. To tempt buyers. Chevrolet
a completely new car, with Sports coupe and Cutlass convertible -'of the new F-85 power train is dealers in Cincinnati once

tI. S its own new chassis and power along with the newly !the Jetaway automatic trans-{;had a newspaper advertisement
N ..Jh b r+y, 7 7Y 7y ie train and independent body- introduced Cutlass Hoi iday>!mission. It is newly developed II t]I treated with the aroma of fresh

frame construction. coupe are powered by an ultra-'and consists of an automatic![I I upholstery.ywjr" .

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?iZ senes Jetstar 88 a to- : 88s and 98's.

tafiZuhew and bigger F-85, and i l-117eiu Series, The newest Oldsmobile Rocket -

thpttdest selection of models ; engine the Jetfire Rocket

evw, are featured in Oldsmo-I Jetstar 88 Introduced, \-3 power all Jetstar 83's .. .. ,.. .
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discriminating 'iI standard and deluxe sedans, sedan models is concave, a The Jetfire Rocket V-8 is if..... .'..-: ..:..>:.-. to : :
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appsal to the young of all ages;Cutlass convertible, a Cutlass f;by Oldsmobile. Side windows of I the rigidity of the crankcase
designed into every 1964
are Oldsmobile F-85 Jetstar 88, Sports coupe, and a Cutlass I tall F-85's are of curved glass i and crankshaft.

Jetstar I. Dynamic and Super -,Holiday coupe-9 models in all.I design j For those buyers who are
and Starfire model. ; Bucket seats are standard in 1 The new Jetstar 88's, lower-primarily interested in fuel
83, 98
Oldsmobile's entry in the low:four of these models-the V-6!priced companion to the famous -I economy and low price.. Oldsmobile V

price field the F-35, is all-new,I'Sports coupe, the Cutlass Sports' Dynamic and Super 88's, offers a new 155-horse- It
coupe, Cutlass Holiday coupe i'are designed for the up and power V-6 engine. Oldsmobile t
for beauty, designed -
styled more
with greater interior measurements and the Cutlass convertible. ;i coming younger families who j I engineers, long noted for their S o" aI
for maximum utilityand The pride of the F-85 line,,need a full-size car. Available!skills in the reduction of noise

a brand I the Cutlass models, are terrific -V in four models, the Jetstar 88's and vibration, have achievednew
powered by
new engine for more perform-; performers with styling thatis are powered by Oldsmobile'snew standards of smoothness ; ;
aETe1* youthful, appealing and ex-: Jetfire Rocket engine, and i hand quietness in this 225 cubic

with inde- citing. (:may be teamed with the new i:inch engine.. V
pjjident J'he 19G4 body F85s and; frame const The rear window on the Cut-'Jet way automatic transmission -: In 1964, Oldsmobile is offering I- If you admire fine cars, enter the quiet world of Imperial at the Auto Show. Enjoy the most spacious luxury in

.+cHhiHmn. are available____n. ___ in_ lass_ convertible_ __ ._ and_ _all__ F-85___; (:sions a wide to suit variety individual of transmis-needs' any American car. Inspect the individual! models of Imperial, each with its own pcrsonahtv Examine its impeccable -
I In addition Jetstar I. a new
medium price class Oldsmo-I of the customer. craftsmanship. A totally]) new concept of fine cars awaits you, in The Incomparable Imperial for 1964.: *
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Chevy Firm bile sports car makes its de-!' A completely new automatic (b
'tra nsmission i Jetaway, Model show above:the Imperial Crown Coup IMPERIALOMSION CHRYSLER \
but in the division's array of': ; MOTORS COhfOMTKft:'
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is available on all F-85's and ;
1964 models. Powered by the! .'

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an industry exclusive dual I II with a variable-vane torque con
't chambered verter to automatically increase HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.
Is Booming ; exhaust system, as!
i well as bucket seats and powI -!torque output whenever it is
console. needed, Jetaway is immediately -
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t : Hy BILL 1>:\Y .job being a grandmother to a I command ,
.ic and Super 88s for 1964 are:
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Chevrolet become one I Iothe proud of.Davis I'
attributes much of the on youthful appearance.
leading Chevrolet dealers I Even greater performance in
Florida. The look is a success of University Chevroletto
inj new Dynamic and Super 88's is .
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the who work for it.
dollar the I' people
hjjf million building gained through the use of a

ciftipany moved into last Sep- "We have an efficient operation new rear axle ratio, 308 to 1. : ;:\ '--- .
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tihber i i our people The 98's for 1964 the most r '
tE'amork is," Davis comment .
According to Unit ersily Chev- magnificent tars ever produced .. <' .
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r|[l't President Latham Davis ; by Oldsmobile are more
Jib, the new building is provid- One of the reasons University(distinctive and elegant than .
Chevrolet what it is today >W
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uit the company great advanta (ever with an entirely new :
..s in sales and service "\\hy"'according to Davis, is its service -:rear quarter profile to further
facilitiesjwiMnwJ' espec-':emphasize the long sleek look .
\\ihout this new building we
ially by Davis was the body ''of the most luxurious Oldsmobile
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ct.lnmented. sincerely feel that Bob is|, The Starfire, too, has been FORWARD-FACING THIRD SEAT1lstBBruiser.
the best body shop craftsmanthat i I dramatically changed for 1964
Besides President of p
being I have ever seen in the;to accentuate its performance L %
University Chevrolet. Davis fi AF N4Sy
is business and the Chevrolet The roof YY.('
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paidcnt of ers of Gainesville are quite fortunate -: structure is styled to fur- !. JNY
tajy Club president ot the; to have such an individual -(ther stress the sharp, crisp v

Chamber of Commerce direct- at their disposal" Davis:lines of the concave rear win-
of of the United Fund and motor said ,dow In the lower body a functional -
: .of the First Church 'I
Baptist Davis sees the future as extremely -I engine compartment air
HI and his wifetary live at bright for University:outlet is placed directly behind -,

21 l.6 NW 3rd Place They have Chevrolet and feels that in the! the front wheel opening. I c
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I t t\Q daughters one of who is ,coming years the company will! Powering the Starfires as' UN10UE VISTA ROOF +
afieshman at Stuart Hall school I be one of the leading Chevrolet I well as the all-new Jetstar I I

infZv'irgima, His other daughter:dealerships in the South. I and the 98 Custom Sports

i isjnarned and lives( in Gaines I !coupe is Oldsmobile's most powerful

"iM. &Other key personnel of there volume series, the Catalina, m;gine: the Starfire Developing gr x'' J qp'n

cijjipany a Edward II.Harpe, seven models; two and four-door;345 horsepower, the Starfire engine b.

saies manager: S. L. Tucker.j''sedans, two and four-door hard-: is equipped with four-bar,
J sc ice Lowell CUrtis! !rel carburetor dual exhausts f fI
manager: ; tops, six and nine-passenger Safari -
used car manager and :BobvSght station wagons and a con- and a compression ratio of

( \ body shop} flfl'num'. I II j2n j ivcitible., Offered in the Star I 10.5 to 1. V. V
394 cubic inch Rocket
I uldtimer with the company Chief series is :a four-door en-
are also standard on all
is" Mrs Emma f.'tJkerIrs: hardtop and a four-door sedan gines
and 88s and : 1, ;
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Dynamic
Faker ha', been with the <:0'- The luxurious Bonneulle is
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IKn'Ior' 26 years and is secre- available in four models: two -
tai.:treasurer and member o{ and four-door hardtops, a six- 280 h. p, Rocket using premium V
fuel is standard with a
thj[ board of directors.s of''passenger' station wagon and a
260 h. p regular fuel version :
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THE 'JETSTAR 88* HOLIDAY SEDAN ;I and like what you see at the the way around! High, wide and handsome interior gives you over 100 !

t \ A w.M OLDS EXHIBIT I cubic feet of room for everything from grandmother's rocker to grand- ,

t father's clock-with space to spare for a whole family of travelers. And V

JI'I/E/IE DIE/PTfluIjwait. till you get a load of that Jetfire Rocket V-8 action and the i

road-gentling comfort of four coil springs on a full 10-foot wheelbase '

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St. Louis and San Francisco, a put everybody in Phoenix or front seat has been redesigned

Wheels Chevy II for every man, woman Newark behind the wheel. to include a greater range of ad:*
and child in either Portland, justment. In addition to fore and,
Chevrolet's record-setting 1963 Ore., or Louisville and a Cor- "Track" Is the distance be- aft, the front and rear of the .

rd sworrI lodel production would have vair for all of the inhabitantsof tween right and left wheels on seat can now be raised or low
rovided a new standard-size Tulsa or Dayton. Truck pro-' a car. ered.


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sculptured new styling of the 1964 Ford line shown clearly in this 2-door hardtop model. All new
Ford models feature a lithe look suggestive of luxury to match total-performance engineering which includesa
range of engines from the economical 223-cubic-inch 6-cylinder to the 427-cubic-inch high performance
V8. Durability, lower maintenance and a quieter, smoother ride are other total-performance features for
1961. 100,000 MILE DURABILITY CHAMPIONE -:.
.ch of*team ef specially!: equipped and prepared 1964 Comets went 1CO.CCO mites at ever 1C5 Id"and" right at Catana rt.rrntcnaf; S.edaaY.Sect.II-Oct.:).


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performance in a com- reduce the front compartmenttunnel miles an hour for two-speed au edge of the rear bumper. Lower

pletely restyled package, with size by one third and tomatics.The on the body side is another> __

three distinctive new roof lines' to increase headroom and seat sculptured line, artfully integrated -
and look of
quality luxury
and roomier interior, keynotethe
a much to accent the wheels and '
1963 to'
height over by as as
Ford for 1964. the c o m pIe tely restyled 1964
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inch. dramatize the lithe and luxur-
an
Ford line is keynoted by a three-
"All 16 models in the 1964 Ford ious look of all Fords.
lineup including the uniquely "Fords are up in sales 28 percent dimensional, h o r i zontal bar new

styled 4-door hardtop modelsare over a year ago and account -grille. Widely spaced dual The sculptured metal treat
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designed to combine an ex- for better than one. out of headlamps and a full depth ment, suggestive of luxury and ,
terior look of greater luxury I every two cars we sell, Laux and full wrap around bumper I motion, carries from the rear .. x 1.WaN.
with still more of the luxury 'pointed out. "We believe we give the cars a lower, wider ;
engineering features that have i are proving that buyers of low- and more massive front end ap-deck into the rear body panel.
The tailights continue the traditional SEE THEM STANDING STILL AT THE AUTO SHOWJ.
Ford best i
made the 1964 our priced cars respond to the extra -pearance.
seller," says E. F. Laux, Ford I value we call 'total performance I round design but are M. FIELDS SHOPPING CENTER MARCH 12.14
I The outboard headlamps extend newly styled for 1964. A
marketing new
I Division general / The 1964 Ford line
I slightly beyond the sidesof rear im'pact bar of added
manager. I more expresses car for our the conviction money -that in the body and are faired into strength to resist denting givesa CRANE-LINCOLN MERCURY
IV Laux said the vehicle has I the body contour for a richly lower, wider and more substantial
:terms of total performance is
been redesigned inside as well to sculptured look of motion. A at the rear,
I appearance
the key to sales leadership in
the hotly competitive lowpric- sharply delineated character -I complimenting the massiveness 506 E. UNIV. AVE. GAINESVILLELINCOLNMERCURY
line sweeps from the outer I of the front and the look
ed field. DIVISION Surd MOTOR COMPANYPONTIAC
Passenner edge of the grille to the upper of motion of the sides. "'
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i ProtectionStressed weight favorably medium-priced the 1964 with Ford field.cars""compares in the YffI p (JI/topic il c.p otttiactoptccd. p ottttac


of the added am*
"Every ounce ae Yv wwac GMC cuanCj
two iMC aE t T T
weight over our competitors is we__ tUIUr. M*.. ..M MM ia/ IWMMMM
muscle," he said. "Part of it is wwg .aw.THERE'S
With improved instrumentation A
in deeper rocker panel sections
and better accident dataas and in a redesigned floor pan fora

working tools, concerted efforts more solid longer lasting
have been applied in to- body. Some of the weight is in I WIDE CHOICEIN i iV

day's cars to problems of body the frame for greater ruggedness -
structure while certain features and durability. Still more is
have been made available to in a refined luxury car suspen-
minimize accident hazards sion to reduce road shock and

j and increase safety for the driver noise. "Those pounds add up, ;
and his passengers. These we believe, to the quietest,
include: smoothest and most stable ride '
ever offered in the lowpricedclass. WIDE-TRACK TOWN
A. Newly designed safety ."
door:1 atches, now on.all automobiles
1964 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF 4-Door Hardtop
Durability and ride Improvements -
to help keep doors
are only part of,the total
i I performance features designed 30 Models to Choose From

i and built into the Ford for 1964
SAFETY
Laux pointed out. He said thatas

a result of regular testing I

and knowledge gained through .
closed under collision impact competitive events, all engines

or roll-over.. : have-longer lasting main bear-
I ings and better oil distributionfor
B.]mproved instrument panel
design with instruments and longer engine life Success Car 64 Edition

controls so located as to reduce New in the Ford power line- ,
crash! injury potentials.C.Energyabsorbing. up for 1964 is a Thunderbird
Special 352 CID V-8 with 4-bar- d
J padding rel carburetion rated at 250
at critical locations such as the
horsepower and offering both
of the instrument panel the
top
good performance and good .
sun visors, the backs of front fuel. Five
on regular
seats-and on door panels.D. economy
engine choices four different

Seat belt standards have transmissions and five rear ax-
been developed, and are being le ratios in specified combina- ARE YOU

t adhered to, by the vehicle manufacturers tions complete a choice of per- PARTICULARABOUT ,
in selecting the belt formance economy options designed -
equipment and mounting designs to tailor a 1964 Ford to J HOW YOU SPEND

for their product. everysafrstomer's exact driving I \ IL -p- : A DOLLAR ? ?
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Full:
Almost
Out a Bundle of Appeal.
auto manufacturers began installing Cruise 0-Matic Dual Prices, En- ,
Size, But Still at Compact
: standardized seat belt Range three speed transmission w 164 PQNTIAC TEMPEST Cwsron 4-Door S.4o. give Options from a Regular Gas Six
: attachments in the front seats will be available for the To a 348 H.P. V-8. The Tempest can be r
I of all new models making it first time in 1964 with all en- 1' You Tailored! Get to Pontiac Your Performance Styling. Performanceand Designs.

easy for motorists to install or gines except the ThunderbirdHigh Quality on a 115" Wheelbase for "
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I replace belts in a matter of Per f o rmance 427. This the Price of an Ordinary Low Priced
I minutes. tried and proven design provides Car
I a choice of low gear start
F. Criteria for energy absorption -for maximum acceleration and ,
by the steering wheels have of second gear start for smoother -
been widely applied In the development .! non-skid start-up in ice,

I of all recent designs.I snow or rain. The three speeds .

I Stronger front seat frames, provide sparkling performanceand
and the second gear provides a d I
mechanisms .
adjusting .
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I, in current vehicle pro- speeds up to 65 miles an hour 1 .
duction. compared to slightly over 50

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old hand at the auto-sales I I II customer service here at Tropical -! Certainly you can-just as easily as you can : ..

business, Malcolm A. Baldwin I ," Baldwin said. "Our service afford an ordinary car PONTIAC PRICES

i ;I is now a new hand at Tropical department is the most important are competitive to ordinary cars PONTIAC r. ,

Pontatc, 220 N.W. 8th A\e. part of our business and ) Quality is comparable to High Priced Cars.
Baldwin became general manager we intend to give our customersthe
i of Tropical in January. service they are entitled' See the PONTIAC folks at Tropical Pontiac New 1964 GMC ."

.J He had previously worked as to." I it 4S1\: 220 N.W. 8th Ave. Test Drive the 64 Wide- Pickup Trucks :

general sales manager of Mel- "Although we service all i'I' Track Pontiac. There's no obligaiton except to $1768 '" .

ton Motors for two years. Be- makes of cars and trucks," he yourself to try the best, while you check< the
fore that he was employed by said "we specialize in servic- AUSTIN HEALEY rest. Low Down Payment .
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yearsl trucks Austin Healeys andM.G.'s. I Phone 372-2583 MARCH SPECIAL -
.asTropical
Coming from Springfield,
N. J Baldwin has lived in owned by W. A.
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ENJOY THE PLEASURE & PRIDE IN OWNING & DRIVING PONTIAC
Gainesville for 17 years. He and Fordyce of Pisgah Forest, N.C.,
his wife Elizabeth', along' 'with employs 25 people besides Bald-

their two daughters'Maxine and win. Al Burrows heads the llf ; ;
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Ginger, live at 715 N.E. 7th Ter- mechanics department. Jim t, 1.p 1.p ltJJp eal.p

race. Maxine, 19, is a freshman Glicco is sales' manager. The 'f1tFYnca ff1{( rf (
1 at the University of Florida and ,parts department is i managed .MC c.ma YnCa GMC ngrne nMa GMe ewggsiL.
I Ginger, 12. is a seventhgraderat 1 by Clyde Bishop Joan White ..... ..._ .....graaaea Jill..... M a.- es..ftMII e7a...... M a-o. w-. ..-
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I\\ Cadillac power train shares of 124 combinations.

I I !t 2Ee spotlight with exclusive New Engine TransmissionAnd I I The popular leather interior NEW CADDY ACCESSORIES
Jomfort and convenience features has a new look this year as the
i as the 1964 Cadillac goingn !.seat inserts are of perforated
$ display at the auto show Air Conditioning ,leather. These small perfora- In 1964, Cadillac puts even the nose of the left front fend .constant, comfortable atmo- and tail lamp control, turns the

here. I tions allow the leather to more accent on comfort and er. sphere within the car regard- car's lights on at dusk and off
t :The performance gains rejult "breathe", adding to comfortas convenience with a host of new Top Right Cadillac's exclusive -less of the weather outside.
from a 429 cubic inch en- well as distinctive Lower Left A floor mounted in daylight. A delayed action
gine and new transmission, from 390 to 429 cubic inches, a dial thermostat on the instru- appear accessory offerings. Comfort Control is a feature allows the driver t
i ance. Leather upholstery is reel provides convenient
tfhile the comfort and and boost in horsepower from ment panel and Comfort Con- completely automatic heating retraction -leave his lights on for out
I conven- available Left The unit
at no extra cost in Top power and of the outboard front
air
ience story for 1964 is highlighted 325 to 340. With a torque in- trol does the rest, supplying the de conditioning system. side illumination after he parkshis
Ville Convertible and for the automatic seat belts.
to 480 at 3000 the cooled or warmed conditionedair headlamp I The driver merely sets a dial
. 1\\ by the first fully automatic crease rpm the Eldorado Convertibleand dimmer is relocated car; a pre-set timing switch
I L, year around air conditioning -performance gain is most no-, at the temperature speci- from the ,'thermostat and Comfort Control Lower Right -Twilight Sentinel then turns the lights off auto
as an extra-cost option in the of the instrument
1 system ever offered in ticeable in the 20 to 50 mph: fied. The result is a constant, Coupe de Vile four-window Se- top panel to electronically maintains a an automatic headlamp matically.

i II I! en automobile. speed range. I comfortable atmosphere within dan de 'Ville and
Sixty Special off at
Visitors at the auto show will Two automatic transmissionsare I the car regardless of the Sedan. daylightautomatically.This Additional comfort and con- el to the leading edge of the operation of the windows when
I see that Cadillacs 1964 stylIng offered in 1964-the HYdra-j variable temperatures and hum- device also has a delayed venience accessories are: left front fender where it Is the ignition is off.
reflects the of Matic and the new idity outside. Another new option is the action timing switch which less conspicuous and more sen- 3)) Floor mounted reels for retraction -
appearance I Twilight Sentinel, an automobile makes it possible for the driver 1)) A new power unit for the sitive
greater size with a new grille, dra-Matic. I Although significant refinements to tail lights. of the outboard front
headlamp and tail lamp to leave his lights on for automatic headlamp dimmer. 2)) A window deactivator
clean unbroken sides, tailored The Hydra-Matic is modified I- are evident, the stylingis up power seat belts. Front belts are
control. Twilight Sentinel turnson to 90 seconds after he parks The phototube is relocated from switch which includes an .standard equipment effective
fins and broad rear design.Cadillac's to adapt to the high perfor- unmistakably Cadillac. The
the car's lights at dusk and his car. the top of the instrument override position for 1.
11 models, one mance engine and retains its look of breadth is characterized pan- emergency January
t. less than last year, are realigned proven smoothness, efficiencyand in the front by a redesigned -
in three basic series; three reliability. It is offered in grille and in the rear by : .... ..:...'>. ...: "... .(:....
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; t the convertible, are in the de Seventy-Five Sedan and Lim treatment above the bumper.The .
:: i r Ville series; and four models. ousine. The Turbo HydraMaticis traditional tail fins are : : :

in the Fleetwood series. The introduced this year in the one inch lower than last year.A F ::..::::.!. :: ..: .::..i .. .
I short deck sedan is discontin- deVille series, the Sixty Special choice of 16 colors is avail-
, ued.Overall Sedan and the Eldorado Con- able. And five glamour colors r .
length is increased vertible. It is a Hydra-Matic in the new high luster firemist
: one-half inch to 223.5 inches on transmission in which a torque paint are offered at no extra
nine models and 243.8 inches on converter replaces one of the cost on the Eldorado Convertible .

I the Seventy-Five Sedan and geared ratios. and as an extra-cost _
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p Limousine. Other exterior and An industry first in the areas option on other models. The :. .
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:- All models are powered by Control, a completely automatic five models.Fashionable 'x : ;: :ii: :.__. I
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I' :I cent increase in displacement, system. The driver merely sets ther, wool broadcloth, nylon 'c.. : ,.,
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J performance engine and places which used to sit on top of
: driver effort. It also means the the shift lever in the drive posi- /
JZ ability of the brakes to withstand the instrument panel is now located -
tion, all the driver of a 1964 -,
13 continuous or rapidly repeated in the leading edge of the
Cadillac has to do is drive.
applications as required Cadillac's many comfort and left front fender where it is less

',...when descending long grades or I' convenience accessories pro- conspicuous and more sensitiveto MOH& 7JI'IP77JiVG T1N EVER '
moving in heavy traffic, without vide his driving pleasure with- the tail lights of cars ahead.
:prohibitive increases in pedal! out any attention.
effort. I Rounding out the
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Heading this list of new fea-
: The increasing acceptance of I tures is the automobile indus- comfort and con v e nience features ( ,

power brakes requiring less try's first fully automatic heat- in the new Cadillac are t *

f :...driver effort is a decided safety I ing and air conditioning sys- f floor mounted reels for the retraction .
, :=advantage. The life-span of tem. Cadillac calls it Comfort of outboard front seat ', '+'
,. Control. The driver merely setsa
belts; a power window de-acti-
I dial thermostat on the instru-
f: SAFETYbrake ment panel and Comfort Control vator switch with an emergency

J ... takes over. This electronically override position for use when
:: controlled sytem turns itself on, the ignition is off; a rear win-
.. provides warm, cool or blendedair dow de-fogger in-
.. I now factory
I : linings, and their resistan as required, regulates the
stalled
; a tilt steering wheel
:- e to the phenomenon known blower speed and even controls
,J :" as/"brake-fade" have been increased humidity all automatically.The vertically adjustable to seven
:.: by improvements in linings interior of the car remainsat positions; power door locks anda "
:- and brake drum heat dissi- the exact temperature specified remote control trunk lock.

:pation. and at a comfortable humidity .
: These contributions to improved level regardless of thevarying In spite of all these innova- lm./;; 'S ,q ,

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still has to place the shift lever
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ment of the controls. In fact, trip. And incidentally placing ..., .
V using and recommending heavy-: Comfort Control is so sensitiveto the shift lever in drive automat- =..: .:i :..: : :. .. ....,,M _.4/r.,. .
::duty brake fluid to insure safer
the slightest changes in ically releases the parking Upper: The Coupe de Ville; lower The Fleetwood Sixty Special Sedan
t performance( under high tem brake.
weather and reacts so quickly to
: perature conditions. New ma-
=terials for brake drums and linIngs these changes that the driver is SEE IT AT THE GAINESVILLE AUTO DEALERS SHOW

=: and new designs for brake never aware that adjustmentsare Lights On, OffAutomatically .

:systems, are indications that I Another needed.optional accessory in J. M. Fields Shopping Center March 12-14
:brae! developments have kept t the
1964 Cadillac is the Twilight
:pace with other vehicle design Sentinel for automatic headlampand When you and your family see the new 1964 For the 1964 Cadillac is more tempting to ride in! It's smoother and quieter in

:. improvements. tail lamp control. As dusk One of Cadillac's many new Cadillac at the show you will find it the than ever to drive! It has a new highoperation.. The interiors are beautiful and

: Reduction in brake pedal:I I approaches Twilight Sentinel automatically -accessory options for 1964 is the most tempting motor car ever created! performance engine-the most powerful in luxurious as never before. And an exclusive
: ,height has meant that the drivers switches the Twilight Sentinel This device Side side with other Cadillac And Cadillac's
lightson by new car offerings history. Hydranew Comfort Control, combining both
I :' total reaction tune can be and again at daylight it II turns lamps on at headlamps dusk and turns and them tail I at the show, Cadillac for 1964 is more tempt- Matic Drive, recognized as the industry heating and air conditioning in a single
: reduced, to result in more I
rapid turns them
off.
:_ application of his braking erfort. This device has a delayed action -! off at daylight automatically. ing than ever to look at! There's a cleaner, standard of excellence, is remarkably unit, enables you to pre-set temperature

:: feature, too, for use after' In addition it has a timing; lower sweep to its lines greater refine- smoother and more responsive-while a new while automatically controlling humidity.
... the car is parked at night. A switch which allows the driver; ment in all its body contours ..and' a version, Turbo Hydra-Matic, is standard So don't be satisfied with just looking. To

:: Like Father convenient timing switch allows: to leave his lights on after he dramatically new divided grille. equipment on some models. Both assure learn the whole story. .

.-E the driver to leave his head S set parks timer his car which at night. The pre. But the big surprise awaits you when you amazing agility in traffic, noteworthy econ : _
: The late William S. Knudsen lamps on for outside illumination can be set for and standard of ..
up to 90 seconds, then turns the follow your show inspection with a visit to omy, a new performance. --: -
.::.rolet was general when the manager company of Chevt car. as The he timer walks which away from can his be lights off automatically. your authorized Cadillac dealer. The new 1964 Cadillac is more tempting ...just wait till you drive t.poLa1&teac4t !

t ::captured sales leadership of the pre-set for up to 90 seconds, S
*auto industry in 1927. Under the then turns the lights off auto: Car Magazines VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER

::direction of his son, Semon E.Knudsen :. matically.Also .

i- Chevrolet has achieved for night driving safety Automobile magazines edit .\, B & G MOTOR COMPANY, INC. :
:: ..an eqqally memorable feat.: and convenience, Cadillac's power ed for consumers are largely a '
:The company's passenger car: headlamp dimmer automatically postwar development. They \\.J )" W'. =: 115 S. E. Second Street Gainesville, Florida _; ,,-::.. .": ;t"t-; *
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Falcon '
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The compact Falcon for 1964 Meet Ford's
lively of
family There's
.p hardtops. anallnew ..
4' 9 "' 6 i c le offers improved economy, a new
i : big-car ride, and a new look of Falcon '
action. Sculptured contours that Sports Coupe. A 2-door Super Torque Ford .

# ,'t#., the sweep new from Falcon front its to first rear major give 'Hardtop (the 4-door has its own special roofline). 3 J:

k !: appearance change since its in- .JIII!"
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Matching troduction performance four years with ago.its A hot new Fairlane Sports Coupe. And a .rI

looks, the Falcon Sprint conver- beautifully different
Thunderbird. Bred in
tible (pictured at left) featuresa open : _
260-cubic-inch V-8 engine as
t: standard equipment. Both tall competition, built for total performance, !
TJlY"1:2m: : PIUORMANC
and short drivers will find bet- .
ter visibility and more comfort- they're at your Ford Dealer's now where FOR A CHANGZI
ki able seating in all Falcon mod-
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,. cluding 2and 4-door sedans ..
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makes the middleweight Fair- Sports Coupe sf
lane look bigger, it remains _
about the size of the 1956 Fordon
the outside and the 1959 Fordon
the inside. Five engines are
n available three of them of the
same basic design as the V-8

that powered Lotus cars to sec J
I os ond and seventh places in the aM:' > L s
a t= gruelling Indianapolis race.
Eight Fairlane models hardtops p r' ., FordGalaxie500/XL
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Trucks have doubled their Gainesville residents.The owns a used car lot, paint and
normal selling rate in the agency's annual payroll body shop three lots for employees
Gainesville area if Shaw and Ask Shaw averages $334,131 for the and customer parking,
Keeter Ford Motor Company's And Keeterea Gainesville economy. A little over -and a storage department.Aden Future
selling rate is an indication. $14,000 is payed annually by Keeter is manager of Sports Coupe r s
; The normal national averageis the agency for state and city .finance for the firm. M. S. Lewis stoma al.wn
four cars sold to every one property taxes. is in charge of truck sales
truck. In Gainesville one truckis surrounding the Gainesvillearea. The company housed in a John Bynum, Jr. is manages,
sold for every other car according building at 238 W. University of used cars. Service manage
to Shaw, President of The firm, which came to Avenue, just finished a new ad- is J. W. Dukes, Jr. Benson Ri ..
the agency. Gainesville in 1924, employes 54 dition on the original buildinglast chards runs the paint ar. ON THE 1964 HARDTOPS FROM FORD: Eleven different models -
Shaw said that it is probabi -people at this time. More than year. body shop. T. C. Raines is part Falcons Fairlanes Super Torque Fords and Thunderbirds Choice of five distinctive rooflines ",
i ? due to the agricultural arIi 90 per cent were originallySAFETY The firm also operates and 1 manager. New interior luxury Ford's famous Twice ear Maintenance features Options include bucket .
seats 4-speed floor shifts, air conditioning Four transmissions including America's first fully syn. ":

j i Absorbing Summer Heat, Winter Glare I hronized speed manual Wide choice of L-8's up to 425 horsepower in the Super Torque Ford. ..


.' The introduction of heat- of the automobile from the hot i reducing glare in winter wher "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS-OUR MOST JMPORTANT ASSET"

absorbing glass in the windshields rays of the sun as it shines the ground is white with snow SHAW & KEETER MOTOR CO. S
I and windows of cars is through the windshields or The heat-absorbing characteristic -
a contribution to increased com- windows, and it also reducesthe
238 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE GAINESVILLE FLORIDASEE
is important, also, in ai ,
fort and therefore, to safety. daytime glare which can
This glass absorbs more than infrared portion of the spectrum.Thus be a hazard for the driver.It conditioned cars; it lowers th' THEM AT THE AUTO SHOW, FIELDS PLAZA, MARCH 12, 13, 14
I half of the sun's energy in the' it protects the occupants is even advantageous in radiant heat load from the sun .
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Skylark sports wagon which Buick first introduced .,, a, ftyf; by Buick Motor Division through Melton Motors ..
to the public at the Chicago i Automotive Show. ":; : :; 3i'
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The roof over the second and third seat passengers a <
has been raised nearly four inches to provide additional erships. The 2-door sport coupe Is shown in the
headroom the third face for- r w ., .
so seat can ; y foreground. At th eels the -doo r sedan and in.-_
ward and also to create additional cargo space. .
the background, the 2-door station The
wagon. ..
Roof glass is specially tinted and heat resistant to i .
protect passengers from the sun. Mounted on a 1 Kadette line is built by General Motors in Boc-
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Skylark models the wagon has 97.9 cubic feet .
f ted to give service-free-transportation, the Kad-
of cargo space when the seats are folded down. -'
Nearly 11- & cubic feet more than Special Sta- ... etts set completely new standards in the small car -"

1 tion wagons. The Skylark wagon is powered by l i t { .' class with regard to roominess, performance, hillclimbing :
300 cubic 210 V-8 It < <.
Buick's new inch, horsepower t.\ r y
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option. It is available in either a two-seat 9r three- comfort.-
seat model. This i is the Buick Wildcat! The regular engine is 325 horsepower with options up to 360. This u'
should suggest something to you about Wildcat pe rformance. Fifteen minutes at the wheel will suggest 1
I a lot more. Fun lovers of the world may rally 'round. .

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r The T-Bird Look I "Seat With Belts ClassThe When .a Jeep Is the Car; ,I


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evolutionary design of Franklin, Clay Ridg way, mented. '"From 1959: to '1962

seat belts for the family car owner and general manager of MotorsIs American Motors "'sales' 'went. OJ 1

reaches a turning point' in the Ridgway Motors, has been in Ridgway from 12th to 3rd of. the total

964 model year. business in Gainesville duringthe automobile market In :1963 the "

New belts feature stylish appearance past 23 years.In the Place to Gothe sales slipped a little but with
yY4' a"s as well as utility.A the new 1964 models American
new combination belt buckle 1941 Ridgway came to Motors will surpass its old feales
and release handle finished witha Gainesville from M a n a tee records," Ridgway said.
leather-textured vinyl paint, County and started an auto company in an advisory ca! American public wants," Ridg
In 1950 he pacity. way said."During. Ridgway lives at 1825 NW 8th
provides an added touch of de repair shop. opened
cor. A new belt locking mech- Ridgway Motors at its present Ridgway feels that the future the last five years Ave., Gainesville. He has, one
anism makes buckling and unbuckling -address 1132 S. Main Street. looks bright for American Motors i the sales of Ramblers has beenon married daughter and two
cars. I Ii the increase and we have grandchildren which give both
,. easier.
Ridgway Motors began with i "American Motors has set kept right along with the national -he and his wife a great deal of
The trend to stylish seat belts three employes and sold Willis in that the "
I pace building a car pace, Ridgway corn- satisfaction.
can be expected to continue.More I
Jeeps. Today Ridgway Motors

ing, including innovations refinements will be com toretractable.type sells boast both an organization Jeeps and American of 25 and I Rear Window In Convertible Is of Glass I

seat belts that Motor autos.
7 should appeal especially to I When you look through the kind in the industry-require no end sags two inches under its

women motorists. A past con- Some of the personnel are Al- rear wndow of a 1964 Ford or metal frame for strength and own weight at the other end.
cern has been the tendency of bert Plant, sales manager; Shop Installed in 1964 Ford and
Mercury convertible, you're result in better rear vision and I
belts to trail on the floor or outside Foreman, Ernest Stalmaker; looking through a flexible sheetof greater durability.The Mercury convertibles the glass
the car door.A Jack Santefeit, parts manager tempered glass instead of the forms a backlight less than one-
and Miss Ann Gano, office ma usual transparent vinyL new glass is strong, tenth of an inch thick-about
fully synchronized f 0 u r. nager. John Walker, the sales scratch resistant and pliable one-third the thickness of a reg-
s'a;; & speed transmission is an optionon manager since 1959, is retiringthis The new glass convertiblerear enough to flex with the roof fab- ular sedan or hardtop rear window ]

the 1964 Dodge Dart. month but will stay with windows -the first of their ric. A 50-inch length held at one .,.
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pique luxury features including thin-shell bucket seats and the auto indus
try's first retractable seat belts. A longer hood, integrated bumper and grille
and rectangular taillights enhance its traditional look of elegance. New features
if the 1964 Thunderbird's cockpit-motif interior styling (bottom photo) include

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change since 1960. This Caliente hardtop is one of three models in a plush
Siew top-of-the-line series. The completely redesigned Comet has all new sheet

:metal, improved ride and handling characteristics, and greater passenger room.
'New standards of performance are attained with a new three-speed automatic
Iransmission and a broad range of four engines, including a new 289 cubicinchV8
and a new 200 cubic-inch six. The 1964 Comet offers lO models in three new
series designations Comet 202, Comet 404, and Comet Caliente.

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luxury compacts, undergoes its one inch, shortening the speed automatic transmission.
first complete change since in- length of the steering column, The wide range of enginesfor I
troduction four years ago, according and introducing a new steering 1964 also includes an improved YOU WIND UP IN A BEAUTIFUL NEW RAMBLER
to Ben D. Mills, Ford wheel with a one-inch smaller di 101 horsepower, 170-cu(
Afttor Co. vice president and ameter. bic-inch six, available only with]
general manager of Lincoln- the three speed manual trans-
Rear seat and knee
leg room
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room are improved substantially I
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: horsepower 260 cubic-inch V
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8 which
introduced
Comet, including a plush new backward 1.4 inches. was as an .
option midway in the 1963 mod
Caliente series, has all new exterior -
The interiors of all modelsare el year. All four Comet enginesare
sheet metal, improved
m o r e luxurious while the designed to operate on regular -
and characteristics
rye handling -
new top-of-the-line Caliente ser- grade fuel. A 43 per cent
and" greater passenger z features interior treatment larger fuel tank with a 2-ga1-] '\
new rim> ,standards Mills said.in performance"It attaisai WH!.. ..._iBB& the most ex- Ion capacity, increases cruising :: .

wUh a new three speed automatic I pensive cars. The C a J i eo nte's range for today's expressway;
thick foam rubber seat padding driving.
transmission and a br&sirShge '
TepJoccS conventional slab cotton
of four engines, including Riding and handling characteristics
found in
most and
compacts
jf new 289 cubic-inch V-8 and anew are improved with sub-

t:.. 200 cubic-inch six." I door and steering panels wheel instrument are trimmed panels, stantial sion changes front, greater and rear structural suspen- WE'LL SEE YOU I

li'he new Comet is roomier, with simulated wood grain. The S
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rigidity, larger inch
even though wheelbase is con- new instrument panel on all
wheels s tan dard. New
t&ued at 114 inches and over-all Comeiyi yt'! 'Ldjs gauges in- torque THERE
boxes front and rear which absorb :
length and height are virtually stead of lights for oil pressure S .
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sturdiness the Ridgeway
providing new on The 1964 Comets will be offer- :::- .
i rSad.>> options on the Comet for the ed in 10 models in three new -. -. -
first time and power steeringalso Authorized Jeep Dealer -S < -
=Completely new styling with is available. series designations the Comet i .
I resemblance to the luxury 208, Comet 404 and Comet ) -
.family In This Community! .I '
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Lincoln Continental makes The new Comet 289cubicinchV8 Caliente. Bucket seats with con- yj. ...; -- -_ .;.. ,
sole are optional in the Caliente .... .
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t$e 1964 Comet appear larger. engine performance .
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$ between raised fenders em.t1aslzes higher priced cars. It develops in the 404 (two-door sedon : .
its wide appearance. A 210 horsepower and because of model. Two-and four-door sedan ,
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double concave sculpture follows its lightweight cast iron con are offered in the Caliente Motors
tae fender line widening toward struction has a high power-to- series. Ridgway

the rear, making the car seemIfihger I weight rat i o. The engine is of The 1964 Comet continues its ,
.and, with the front fenders ; the same basic design as the V- service saving features, including -
extended beyond the grille, 8 engine that powered Lotus self adjusting brakes,
giving the car an appearance of race cars to second and seventh major lubrication
the first of USED & NEW CARS-1132 S. Main St. Phone FR 2-8433
forward thrust.tmprovements. place in the Indianapolis 500. 36 months 136,000 miles, and

: in driving postQre Comet's new 200 cubic-inch oil change and oil filter change .
leg room, and head room six cylinder engine develops every 6 months or 6,000 miles,
if the front compartment are 116 horsepower and is teamed whichever comes first. 1
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I Chevrolet builds
now
Sales of new "soft tops"au-tag surge has been paced by a mare
to industry jargon for automobiles in a single day than
convertibles -sporty family of
Add 2Series compact con-
appear likely to top produced in its first two yearsof
I vertibles in demandas
growing
165,000 units in 1963, setting a operation combined (8.S8S).
I new record. second and third cars The company's daily output ;is
which should now above 12,500 vehicles. ,
The current appeal for con- push convertible -
vertibles is evident when com- sales to 6.3 per cent of total cars
pared with the 187,000 units sold sold. This total would representa
during all of 1955, the industry's 70,000 unit increase over A new automatic choke modulator
The 1964 Mercury extends its i current record year in total car 1962, and it would be up more Improves starting reliability -
coverage of the medium priced sales. than 200,00 units over 1961. of the 1961 L rt.

market with two new series anda The strong interest in conver-
choice of two distinctive roof II tibles is i n f 1 uenced by rapid

,- MJ designs. sporty four door ,growth of multi-car families, BE .
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hardtop Marauder with fastback greater purchasing power avail-
roofline (front) will be offeredin able to more people, and a significant -
addition to the unique breeze- increase in the numberof
x people entering the marketin SEE ALL THE
( search of cars with an in-
dividual, sporty flair.
way models (rear). A two-door This year's convertible sell- '
hardtop Marauder, which was NEW 64 CARS

introduced last Spring, also will Wheel RimsiImproved .
be offered. Mercury's two new -
series are the luxurious top-of-
the-line Park Lane and the AT ;:
Montclair. Luxury and performance -
are emphasized with signi- Wheel rims have been im-
ficant improvement in passenger -proved in today's cars to insure J. M. FIELDS PLAZA :
comfort and spaciousness.The retention of tubeless tires under
: 1964 Mercury's six V-8 en- severe side thrust forces.
J gines-two more than last year Improvements in tire designs,

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The compact car concept will
dominate the auto market in
I Medium-Price Market On the 1964 Dodges, there is 1964, with more than 3 million resulted in safer tires that CRANE LINCOLNMERCURYnow :

a gauge for every instrument.No being sold for the first time in give longer tread wear and resist -
"idiot lights"! history. failure.


I Is Extended; by MercuryThe j I


1964 Mercury extends its duced last spring. The two-door, appointments On cars equippedwith in '64 new '
coverage of the medium pric-!Marauder: has represented the the optional air conditioning power ,, .:
'Mercury in stock car auto races unit, outlets are an integral WINew L ::1 --
ed market by offering two new
and set a new record in winning part of the instrument panel for 90 horse- : ::
series and a choice of distinc-
the Pike's Peak Auto Hill maximum passenger comfort. :
tive roof designs, Ben D. Mills, Climb on July 4. New "shell"' design bucket New powerengine faderesistant -
Ford Motor Company vice pres- seats with full center consoleare O brakes. =
ident and Lincoln-Mercury Di- The exclusive Breezeway design -
optional in the Park Lane crankshaft '
Five main -
vision general manager, say. introduced last year, of- series. ; ::
fers several functional advantages bearings
"Emphasis in the new Mer- in addition to distinctive The 1964 Mercury's six V-8 en- longer engine :::
cury is on luxury and perfor- appearance. In winter, the over- ginestwo more than last year life. ...Bring i
mance," Mills said. "We have hang keeps the rear window -range from 250 to 425 horse- L Same fine solidThat's 4 BIG friends along l :

made significant improvementsin free of ice, snow, and rain. In power. There are four 390 cu the new ...when you testdriveV
Swedish
passenger comfort and spac- summer, it shades rear seat rie-inch power plants of 250, quality the new: power-packed it
iousness while continuing to offer passengers. The retract- 266, 300 and 330 horsepowerand power-packed' S "
the functional breezewayroof able window provides quieter, two 427 cubic-inch high performance 64 Volvo. 64 ..
plus a sleek new fastback controlled ventilation for every engines with 410 and, VOLVO m .
roof design." season. 425 horsepower. The 250-and product with B-18 ninety .

Mercury's two new series are 266-horsepower engines require of superb m horsepower engine '
Re styling of the Mercury J. R. CRANE
regular fuel only. Swedish Roomy Volvo the
the luxurious top-of-the-1 i n e grille, front fenders, bumpers, quality
engineering yardstick you'll the OWNER
Park Lane and the Montclair, measure
side trim and rear makes the This wide selection of powerful O other cars by!
which is placed between the basic 1964 models appear larger and : Mercury engines provides product of superb Swedish engineering
Monterey and the Park racier. The car is 1.3 inches peak performance in the med-
Lane. A new four-door fastback higher and has larger tires, 8.00x i ium-priced field. 4
hardtop Marauder model is offered 15-inch.
in all three series, and a Improved carburetion on all
Communter four-door station Interiors are roomier with a 390 cubic-inch engines gives bet-

wagon is added as a running deeper body which providesmore ter cold starts, more fuel econ-
mate to the highly styled Col- seating comfort, more us- omy, and smoother operation.
able luggage and easier
Park. space
ony
Fully synchronized three-
I entrance and exit. Passenger
In addition to the new four- comfort is improved further bya speed manual, three speed
door Marauder, Mercury will substantial reduction in the dual range automatic, and four-
offer in all three series the size of the transmission tunnel. speed manual transmissions are LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
unique Breezeway roof with offered.
retracting rear window and Luxurious interior trim and
Structural changes make the
the sporty two-door fastb a c k I new instrument panel ornamentation -I
Mercury more rigid, resultingin
hardtop Marauder first intro typify Mercury's big-car,
improved control of body
shake, road harshness and vi-

From LincolnTo bration.
Re-turning of the body chas-
sis, using softer rubber in all .- its - .

body mounts improves the ride.

The proven larger Cushion-Link tires and suspension Mercury's I Yournigh.Trang II

the VolvoCrane contribute to the car's superiorride 64 Mercury '
and handling.New .
D
directional signal Indicators I Easy-Dealing
located of
Motors dropped Stude- -- are on top the
baker last fall and became a front fenders so they are visi-
Crane Motors ble to the driver. The new indicators I 1J -
dealer for Lincoln, Mercury and Straight-Shooting
which are standard on
Comet cars.
Montclair and Park Lane mod- .
Has 2 Outlets
Crane Motors was founded byJ.
B. Crane in 1951. Before that els and on Colony Park station I
time Crane had spent 20 years wagons, are in addition to comet Ken Bowman
in the automobile business in versity, which is the main repair -,I instrument panel indicators
Florida and South Carolina. shop and the show room' standard on all Mercurys. I
Today Crane Motors has two for Lincoln-Mercury and 516S. A new glass backlite for con- George Bradley
outlets in Gainesville. One car- Main which is the outlet for vertible models allows the con-
ries Lincoln-Mercury and the Volvo, English Ford and Mer- vertible top to be lowered with- Granville Jones

other sells three imports: Volvo -cedes-Benz. out unzipping the back window. ( ..
English Ford and Mercedes- Crane Motors provides com- Among the options availableon Jim Hart "
Benz. plete service for all foreigncars Mercury for 1964 are improved .. .
To assist Crane in the business and carries Boch and Lu- power brakes and air conditioning
his son Bob Jr. heads the cas auto parts. They also serv- plus a swing a way I irEnglish' | .: :
service department. His other ice Studebakcrs that were sold steering column, power steer-
son Lee is a sophomore at the before the company switchedto ing, six-way power seat, power Hubert Barlow- '
University and will come into LincolnMercury.In windows and rear seat radio I :
the business when he graduates.I the future Crane expectsto speakers. Sales Manager
Other key employes of Crane have the company inc:rpor- Mercury continues its extended -
Motors are Hubert Barlow,I 'ted, with his two sons takingover life service features, includ- 1IWBRCBDBSBENZ '
sales manager; Colin Barker, the management."With ing the first of 36 months or 36.000mile .- _ -
service manager for imports;' the boys taking over, major lubrication and
George Agner, office managerand we will give the people of six-month or 6,000-mile engine ,
Harvey Lewis, parts mana- Gainesville the same service in oil and oil filter change cycle,
the future that we have given whichever comes first. Body lubrication -
ger.The locations of the Crane them in the past," Crane com- cycle is life of the car
Motor outlets are 605 E. Uni- mented. or as required. I
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BOB CRANE, JR. TOM BARKER '

.. Service Mgr. Service Mgr. VOLVO .
,. 506 E. Univ. Ave. 516 S. Main St. .
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HARVEY LEWIS GEORGE AGNER 516 SOUTH MAIN ST. 376-2425 ..

Parts Mgr. Office Mgr. .t ,
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A sporty four-door hardtop Marauder with sleek fastback roof design is of-
ferred in the 1964 Mercury line-up in addition to the unique Breezeway models
with retracting rear windows and the two-door hardtop Marauders introduced 506 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE 3724251f' .
last.Spring,, ,The two distinctive rooflines are available in three series _1
the Monterey and two new series, the Montclair and luxurious Park Lane.
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18A GaInesville Sun Wednesday.. March 11. 964



I Dashboard Instrument Could Save Billions of Ga lions.' \



Detroit automobile manufacturers mosphere. Car repair bills ter and safer drivers. In these] The advanced model designed truck. It can be installed in 15 fold system of the engine and programs as it teaches safe teaching people how to drive
Chrysler and General would be substantially reduced 1 tests, using their own cars,] by White is licensed to Cav- minutes by any car owner. Life translating them into fuel con- and sane driving while show-:properly and conserve fuel."
Motors, have adopted a new due to better driving habits. cycle tests indicate the instrument and performance how I
I these drivers reduced the use co, Inc., a Norwalk, Connecticut sumption fig- ing to save fuel and reduce "Detroit has moved fast to
dashboard instrument for some From a safety standpoint, of brakes and anticipated intersection -j concern, as the sole manu- will last for 250,000 milesof ures. The adjustable secondarydial costly repair bills," White said. accept the development by us-
1964 models. Oldsmobile, Pon- tests made at the Research Cen- friction problems. use and can be transferred can be set for any size en-
tiac and Chrysler are the first facturer. from car to car." calibrating fuel "We are living in an age of ing the instrument as standard
ter using Mr. and Mrs. average Fast accelerations and "jackrabbit" gine consumption and 1964 mod-
computers space ships equipment on some
to make a change in dashboard I known. factor.
instrumentation in over 30 driver as subjects proved starts were entirely eli White said "The new advanced The instrument uses the prin- to and the automobile is fast be- els and I look forward to see-
that this type instrument minated. Fuel savings of 20 design can be used on any ciple of indicating negative "The instrument should be coming automated. This instrument : ing one of these instruments on
years. driving makes operators bet- per cent were common. I make, model or year car and pressure changes in the mani adopted for all driver training I i is the first step toward every car in the near future."
used
The basic instrument
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was developed and designedsome I J
30 years ago by AndrewJ.
White, now director of Motor
Vehicle Research of New
Hampshire. White marketed -
same for over a decade un-
til car manufacturers decidedto
make it standard equipmenton
some 1963 and '64 models.
"Designers in Detroit and
Europe are feverishly at work
designing the instrument into
future models," White said at USED CARVALUES
.
a recent press conference.An
advanced model has been
designed by White and was
first publicly displayed at the
Governor's Highway Saf-
ety Conference at Concord, ..
N.H., recently where White .
lectured on Highway Safety. PRESENTEDBY .
White estimated that an an- -
nual savings of over 11 bI lion .. ,
gallons of gasoline was possi-
ble if every car was equippedwith
the instrument and all motorists
drove their cars usingit
as a guide.
"The new design," White
said, "embodies a multiple dial
system which can be set for YOUR NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION
any make or model car or
truck and will indicate the
miles per gallon of fuel usedat
any one instant. Also, it will M EA
show when the car is being G B & G MOTORS AEG ER UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET, -
driven improperly and the en- *
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gine needs adjustment. i : 6yAAAMiEEDitr oWARRANIY 't $
A reduction in smog ove r O BARKLEY MOTORS GJeO A'ay MELTON MOTORS s, UA9ANiEOiW1AAANt- ,2R
cities could also be achievedas k'ARRA tYr a
hydrocarbons would be WwRAwH'R c A wARn N'" 4
burnt before reaching the at- MEMBER CRANE MOTOR CO. TROPICAL PONTIAC


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Improved vision for the driver Your BEST
VALUES Are At
has design been attained and engineering by two related in-- Waiting Your

novations, both deliberately car-
ried out with the intent of improving -
the safety of the auto-
mobile's occupants. One of theseis
the introduction of the wrap-
around windshield; the other,
the concomitant movement far- NEW CAR DEALERS
ther rearward of the body front
pillars and their angular posit-
ioning. The arc of the driver's

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has thus been expanded, q R WARRAN' c' R WARAAN'
giving him greater visibility to
right and left.
This improvement has been -
accompanied by improved vision -- 0
rearward, again as a resultof
a number of related design ./ "
and engineering changes. Bet-
ter vision to the rear and sides
has been achieved for occupantsof Factory The Dealer's New Car
the vehicle by narrowing and
strengthening center pillars and Inspected Get the
by so designing rear quarters Reputation Is Dealers
of bodies that rear windows of
greater area could be used. Service
These changes alone have reduced k Established by t Cream

by about 40 per cent the Department A
obstructions to the driver's vision of the Crop
Years of Service
older that models.were commonplace in % t a

The motor vehicle manufac-
turers are now seeking further
gains in traffic safety by hav-
ing their laboratory technicians
review all that has been learn-
ed about design and positioning
of rearview mirrors, especially
.
in reference to the variables in
passenger loading of vehicles. 4Ia\ ,
The first rearview mirrors,in-
troduced in France in 1907,

were there mounted have become outside.available Recently 4 1 He Has Serviced % / He Keeps only

"outside mounted" mirrors Cars The
with adjustment controls inside That I Most of His FINEST
conveniently handy to the driver. And Cars Used
J Used Cars Cars From

Automatic Have Pampered Been R Since They J ... he Many New I


Temp Control Were New Car Trades

,
The use of an electronic com-
putor is applied in the operationof
the 1964 Cadillac Comfort Con-
trol healing and air condition-
ing system. The computor con-
sists of three thermistors, which
are a type of electrical resistor

change sensitive and to a temperature dial thermostat ONLY NEW CAR DEALERS OFFER

set by the driver. The coordi-
nated action of these elements
automatically controls the tem-
perature and humidity within

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