Gainesville sun
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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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00069
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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j Turk Ultimatum Threatens Invasion of. CyprusNICOSIA '

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Cyprus (AP-Tur-) ish invasion of Cyprus, was con- would intervene under the 1960 root of the Cyprus crisis and the bring "an immediate Greek re British truce forces intervened promised} to keep on the islandas

key issued an ultimatum to the tained in a note delivered todayto treaty of guarantee which accompanied civil war between the island'stwo action." before anyone was hurt. part of the international
the of Greek The threat of Greek and Turk-
Greek government the independence of communities.
Cypriot government of In northwest Cyprus hun- army.
ish intervention came as U.N.
Cyprus today, warning that it Cypriot President Makarios by Cyprus from Britain. dreds of Greek Cypriot high
the Turkish Embassy in Nicosia. Reports that Turkish naval Secretary-General U Thant appeared Canadian Foreign SecretaryPaul
would take unilateral action school in Morphou dem-
un- The treaty empowers Britain, units had taken aboard troops pupils nearing success in his efforts Martin flew from Ottawato
less a cease-fire was put in The note had been given to Greece or Turkey to intervene and marines Thursday at Isken- onstrated against Britain and to raise a 7,000-man inter- New York to give Thant per-
force throughout the island and the U.S., British and Greek am- unilaterally preserve the con- derun, 100 miles north of Cyprus the United States and burned national police force for Cyprus. sonal assurance Canada would
i all acts against the Turkish Cyp- bassadors in Ankara, the Turk- stitution of Cyprus. Makarios' brought a warning from President Johnson in effigy. Thant today was only 2,500 participate in the U.N. force and
'riot community were stopped. ish capital, Thursday night. desire to remove the constitu- Greek Foreign Minister Stavros Greek and Turkish Cypriot troops short of his goal after would also pay for transporting -

I The ultimatum, which carried Turkey said if its conditionswere tion's veto powers for the Turk- Costopoulos that any unilateral snipers exchanged. half a dozen Canada pledged 1,000 men to and maintaining Canadian
i the.,implied warning of a Turk- not met immediately, it ish Cypriot minority is at the intervention on Cyprus would shots in a Nicosia suburb, but join the 3.500 troops Britain has troops.
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:; Next TuesdayRumors ;<.., : f lain.. ')s' sy rM' sag
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that today was the ,
day Alachua County would get z Al n.A-
;I her liquor licenses were dash-
ed this morning by the State
.' Beverage Department. q ?

r I II The list of successful applicants -

I won't be released until
:bFp ioeee k e 9f '
t Tuesday.

I Director Richard B. Keating 2:
explained. *.

1 He said that under depart-
ment rules, successful appli- s

cants would be bound to buy .
full-year licenses if they were
issued more than 15 days be-
fore April 1.

After Tuesday, the applicantscan '
be given a choice of buy- ;
ing a full-year license or wait-
ing two weeks and purchasinga J

half-year permit at half-price, \
Keating said. The difference in Engineering students today were putting the
cost is $600, he added. touches on a replica of the 'Florida, barge canal

Keating said two licenses will be on exhibit at the annual Engineers' Fair
-half and fullyearwill be ing at the University of Florida tonight. See story

mailed Tuesday to Tax Collector page 7.School.
Shellie McKinney for each

successful'-.J applicant for Child '

-PanamaPact Madec Hearing StudiedBy


( ) New Ytrk Times CLIF CORMIERSun capped children already

WASHINGTON Panama Education Writer found a teacher who will
and the United I States have the class on a temporary
Possibilities of starting a
agreed on a formula to end for children with hearing defects until a permanent teacher
their two-month-old found.
dispute. will be explored by the
"We also have been
School Board following a request -
Diplomatic officials disclosed
the use of a classroom at
Thursday night that both sides by two mothers ;t theboard's University and a civic club 2)i
had accepted the text of the latest meeting yesterday: offered to help us by
formula worked out by a Supervisor of Instruction Don
(See HEARING on Page %)
five nation mediation team of Allen and Mrs. Ruth Sawyer,
the Organization of American supervisor of pupil personnel
States. services, were directed to makea SuwanneeTo

The agreement provides for class.feasibility. study on the special
the immediate i restorationof
diplomatic relations betweenthe The mothers, Mrs. Glen Mark- Reach
U.S. and Panama. It also ham and Mrs. Hugh H. HavenJr.
calls for bilateral negotiationsto ., said children who were hard
begin within 30 days for the of hearing lost whatever ability Crest Soon )
settlement of problems arisingout they had after they attended the
of the differences over the deaf childrens school in St. Au- FANNIN SPRINGS -

Panama Canal treaty, which gustine. anticipated crest of the
gives the U.S. rights as if. sover- "They rely almost completely Suwannee River that
eign in the Canal Zone. on sign language after beingin reach here Sunday or
the institution, even though is not expected to make
they have the ability to be river rise more than an
Jackie to Mail taught to hear and converse tional foot, observers
normally," Mrs. Markham told yesterday.
Cards the board.A ( )
Yesterday, the U. S.
specialist can help
gical Survey marker at the
1 WASHINGTON (AP-About) young children overcome hear-
nic area off U. S. 19 0 n
ing handicaps and allow themto
900,000 cards and letters from banks of the Suwannee put
attend regular schools, the
Mrs. John F. Kennedy to thank mothers said.Alachua river at 12.20 feet over its

( those who sent messages of is practically the on- mal level.
Restaurant owner Chris
sympathy following the assas- ly large county in the state
sination of her husband will be without special classes for hard- derson said the river has ( )
1 mailed next Tuesday-St. Pat- of-hearing children, they said. rising about three inches
rick's Day. Mrs. Sawyer said such a program day recently but predicted
runoff water from rains
The notes, an aide of Mrs. probably would qualify r
north Florida and south
Kennedy said, have been sent state funds under the Exceptional -
continue the river
to principal post offices in prep- Child Program, but it would gia ( )
aration for the mass mailing.The not be easy to find-a specialistto not rise more than a foot
within four
.... letters will go to persons teach the class. begin receding
in virtually every nation of the Mrs. Haven replied that a five days. '
1 Anderson said the
world. group of parents of the handi-
flood mark was the 16 to
foot rise of the Suwannee

Alabama School Mixing 1949.Yesterday a Sun

photographer team toured
Crackdown Is Sought Fannin-Hgrt-Sun Springs
by boat with Lt. C. A.
Cecil Collins
WASHINGTON (AP) The government asked a federal court and Officer
today to require Alabama to take positive steps to eliminate racial State Conservation Dept.A. I.
P. Harper, who lives
segregation in its school system.In ( )
a brief filed in a suit pending in U. S. District Court in Mont- above Hart Springs near
gomery, Ala., the Justice Department in effect called for statewide Town, said the river began I
but had
desegregation of public schools. It was the first time the departmenthad ing in January
down until about
ed going
taken so broad a stand in a court action.
The brief stated the government's views in reply to six specific weeks ago.
questions asked by the court. The pending suit is against the Macon He said he kept a chart :
County School Board, urging that it be prohibited from blocking the rise, noting that the I t
integration of the county's three high schools. wannee started
banks Jan. 15, rising
The department contended that state officials led by Gov. on
inches in 24 hours to begin
had demonstrated
George C. Wallace repeatedly their power over
local school boards in enforcing segregation.By ing three inches a day

the same token the department said, the court should early February. !
the river has
order Wallace and the State Board of Education "to take affirma- Harper
its rise since Feb.
tive steps to eliminate the dual school system, based on race, which tinued
He and his wife said few
BOW exists in Alabama.
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I 2 Gainesville Sun Friday, March 13, 1964
I More AboutGroup Reds PlaceConditions More About Airline CrashIn City, along with co-pilot Daniel r
;i More About Weather Roundup'A i H. Gough, about 25, and ,

On FloodFrom Snowstorm stewardess Dorothy:Reig, about

I Hearing A i \e 2l Fliers' Release Fatal to Five 20, both of Billings; Mont. \

1 Bussinger.was returning from 1 1a
. From Page 1 = !. I .\\ From BERLIN (AP) The Soviet MILES CITY, Mont. (AP) trip to Billings, taken on his;,

,:., .\.. ....t o Union will release three cap- inary estimates of $40.5 million A Frontier Airlines plane crashed day off. His. wife was waitingat f
amplyfying equipment used In damage along the Ohio from
.11' teaching," she said. B, C, D -Mostly sunny and ti.t..N-MNaN "A laundry and a private home tured Air Force officers if the Cincinnati to Paducah high- in a snowstorm and burnedin the airport.
mild this afternoon. Partly have different sewage needs." UJ3. government admits it or- distance a deep ravine near the Miles
i J The board will hear more on way of about 350 miles In Denver, a Frontier spokesman j
i the project from its committee cloudy tonight and Saturday, 154L The Gainesville physician dered them to fly over East -and more than $9 million from City airport Thursday night, called the 'crash the airlinfs

I at the next regular meeting in few showers tonight likely mainly Saturday.Low in 50s., iaim added that he will not and Germany, an informed source four other Kentucky rivers.Of killing both passengers and all first in 18 years.Gainesville :..
I April. never has indulged in special reported today. the deaths blamed on high three crew members.
i Triest Construction Co. was high Saturday 75 to 80. East- favors for f r i e rids or business water, seven were in Ohio and Sun
: the apparent low bidder on a erly 8 to 15 mile winds today associates."I The three officers parachutedfrom one each in Kentucky and Indi- Kenneth Huber, pilot of the .

; project to enlarge Lake Forest becoming southeasterly 15 to 1011 M 1,, Irw, an RB66 reconnaissanceplane two engine DC3, radioed the I Published evenings except U
.1 20 miles per hour Saturday. r have no business connec- ana.Upstream Saturday, and Sunday mornings '#
Elementary School Triest's bid l eH shot down by a Soviet the big cleanup Miles City airport at 8:40 pjn., the Gainesville Pub-
was for a total of $81,237 which Saturday.A-Mostly Scattered cloudy and showers mild through tonight tions whatsoever in Gaines fighter over East Germany work started-from pumping reporting he would make an in- ;lishing by Company at 101 SE.
included the base bid and four and Saturday. Clearing and cooler 1 l.. ville, he said. "I am servingas Tuesday.The basements to repairing whole strument landing in 10 minuteson 2nd Place Gainesville Florida,
alternates.The high Saturday Saturday night.68 Low to 74.tonight In 50s, ..1.tr. a director of the UniversityCity downtown sections. a flight from Billings to Sidney and entered as second class
.I project calls for six E-Partly cloudy through Saturday. W 11et Bank and was a founding informant said if the Unit Swollen tributaries of the Ohio Mont.A matter at.the Florida.CIRCULATION Post. Office at
,I classrooms, covered walkways, Low about tonight 80. Easterly near 10 60 to high 15 mile Saturday winds member of that bank but ed States does not issue a public and even little creeks contributed Gainesville. .

and an airconditioned library' 20 today miles becoming per hour southeasterly Saturday.F 15 to .. aan.oGAINESYILLE that is my only business affili admission that they were or- to the misery and damage.A wing of the plane apparently CARRIER OR RATES MAIL BY
I t with skylighting. The contractor' G-Partly cloudy tonight and ation." dered to fly over Communist typical scene was that at a struck a hillside. The smoul
.S was given 150 days to complete Saturday.Saturday 77 Low to tonight 85. Easterly near 10 60,to high 15 WEATHER: territory, the three will be triedon Louisville golf course where a dering fuselage, containing the I 1 Week .45
' mile winds this afternoon becoming Andrews added that "if cer- five bodies found hour 3 Mos. $5.85
i the job. Municipal Airport readingsfor espionage charges.The normal trickle of water jumpedits was an
to 20 miles hour
southeasterly 15 per
I Second low bidder among the Saturday. .. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: tain economic interests think banks and ripped out a stur- later in the 150-foot-deep ravine All man subscriptions must
i five contractors vying for the Low H, tonight Mostly In fair 60s through high Saturday Saturday.80 High 72 at 3 p.m., low 41 at otherwise, they're putting their his source, who withheld insisted and on dy metal fence. leading to the Yellowstone be paid in advance. I
job was M. M. Parrish. to 85. Easterly 10 to 15 mile winds 8 a.m. Rainfall .24 inches. money on the wrong horsebe name being More than 3,000 homes and River. Member of Audit Bureau of
becoming southeasterly 12 to 18 miles who spoke with the understanding -
cause I'll call 'em as I see 'em. !
The much-amended board pol per hour Saturday.J. CEDAR KEY TIDES buildings were damaged at I Circulation.
K-Fair tonight. Continued mild Saturday High at 1:38 a.m. and 2:19 that he not be identified as The airline identified the deadas
!facilities low tonight near 70 and high Saturday p.m. Low at 8:11 am. and 8:26 p.m. Winn leaped to answer an Eastern or Western added that Wheeling, West Va., as the riv- Huber about All material contained herein h I
by religious organizations around 80. Easterly 10 to 15 mile Sunday High at 2:20 a.m. and 2:42 er leveled off at 47 feet, 10 feet 49, passengers the property of the Gainesville
winds becoming southeasterly 12 to pjn. Low at 8:40 a.m. and 9:02 p.m. early campaign charge but the three officers have been H. Swenson of Sidney, I| Publishing Company (c) 1944. Reproduction -
; got another amendment yester above flood stage. An estimated MonL'1 I in whole In is
: 18 miles per hour Saturday.TEMPERATURES not mentioned by Andrewslast I or part
MARINE FORECAST one told of this condition for their and
Gayle Bussinger, strictly forbidden without the written
day.The ELSEWHEREH* EAST GULF: Easterly 10 to 15 night that the Civic Ac- release. He said the U.S. 15,000 to 18,000 persons were displaced I I permission of the publisher.
.' policy sets charges and knot winds this afternoon and even- goyernment in the region. I Frontier's station agent at Miles
L Prep. ing becoming southeasterly 15 to 25 tion Association is actually call- also has been in-
Jacksonville ............ 76 46 '
incidental fees and the length knots Saturday. Partly cloudy with Western Pennsylvania struggled
.J Miami .................. 80 73 ing the mayor's voting shots. formed.
some showers likely Saturday. I
{ of time church groups approved Tampa .................. 72 62 with mud and debris after
................ ALMANAC
p by the School Board may use! New Atlanta Orleans .......... 66 74 47 39 Sunset today ............ 6:34 p.m. "I've been accused and abus- waters receded. The river crest-
the facilities. Originally they New York .............. 34 32 .25 Sunrise tomorrow ........., 6:40 a.m.. ed as to my voting independence Hootenanny ed at 31.6 feet at Pittsburgh, ,
........... 49 32 .02 New Moon ."'.. 9:14 p mPROMINENT ,!
I were allowed to use school fac- Chicago Washington................ 44 33 ;lRs" ," Winn said. "Let me say where flood stage is 25 feet. I
........... 66 SO SIrius, due south .......... 7:47 p.m. '
ilities for six months. Later Kansas City that I not obligated to MarathonSANTA Hundreds remained in shelter
t act Denver ................ 62 32)) Vega low In northeast .. 12:20 a.m. am any- ATTENTION!
I tion extended it to 18 months Ft. Worth ............ 70 51 VISIBLE PLANETS one. my opponent is not running areas in Ohio. The crest figureat
t .......... low In west .... 7:49
Los 59 48 .11 Jupiter pjn.
} by tacking on two six-month ex Seattle Angeles................ 43 32 Venus, higher above Jupiter. against the CAA-he is MARIA, Calif. (AP- Cincinnati was figured to be
tensions. running against me!" Students from Alan Hancock 66.5 feet, 14tt feet above flood rsl arnrrr 1
1tnar mrE
f A third extension was tacked I Five-Day Forecast I College, Cal Poly State Collegeat stage. I
Winn added that his
t total of San Luis
on yesterday making a Obispo and the
'r two years the groups may worship Temperatures are expected to at Miami. Rainfall is expected to using "extravagant exag- University of California at San-
f in school cafeterias and average three to five degrees total one-half Inch or more in !gerations to defeat me. ta Barbara vow to keep a hootenanny I

t auditoriums. But, to qualify for above normal with no large day- extreme north Florida duringthe I Both candidates cited the re- going for 120 hours to II I TO ALL PET OWNERS!

the added p e nod, a church changes during the five- period with about onequarter -cent progress.- tangible and intangible raise $10,000 for Sisters Hospitalin
group must have started con- inch elsewhere. Showers Santa Maria.
"I' strction on its own church. day period ending Wednesday. probably will occur in north II made by the Gaines- Do you have a dog, cat, turtle, goldfish, tropicalfish

The change came about after Average highs and lows range Florida during the weekend. ville area. And, they say, If they raise parakeet, canary, mynar bird, cockatiel, parrotor
Dr. Andrews read a "progresslist" the before the 120 hoursare finches? G. C. Murphy store, located in the Plaza
Grant Simmons, principal of from 74 to 52 at Tallahassee; 80 Showers are likely in most sec- money
t \ ranging from the farm bu- they'll extend the sing- wby pot Shopping Center, has made arrangements with Billy
I Metcalfe Elementary School re- to 58 at Orlando; and 82 to 65 tions Tuesday or Wednesday. up t .
commended it in behalf of the reau to the federal post office ing to 240 hours in celebration. N Rose, Keystone Heights, expert on pets of all types,
Gethesemane Lutheran Church building, to the veterans' hospital -the offspring of a goat-owl mar- i A A to be in their store March 14th, from 1 'til 3 p.m., to
which has been using the Met- I More About and the University's Medical riage. It's a folk singing party. help you in any of your pet problems. Mr. Rose ha,.
calfe school.A Center."I had 65 years of experience in this field. He appeared: '
list of 30 don't mean to take credit at the 1939 New York World's Fair at the New York'
principals were 1
Group for these myself," Andrews THIS WEEK Museum of Natural He has
approved for reappointment, but There are some 79 million mo- INQUIRE History. appeared many' I
four professional staff appointments said, "I was just one man on the tor vehicles on the go in the times on TV and radio. Many articles concerning Mr. .
I recommended by Supt. commission. I do especiallyknow United States. I & Rose and his work have appeared in newspapers and

il E. D. Manning Jr. were held From Page 1 however, about the latter iii. magazines.

I up on request of board member category and our progress INCOME TAX OF GAINESVILLE
Willard Williams. of Gainesville work for the Board of Con there has been tremendous." (II) FLORIDA Come in and let Mr. Billy Rose solve your pet I

The four staff members are derstand one of Butt explained. "I am Winn mentioned specificallythe ; GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS Established 1888 problems.Let's .
Ralph Porter, director of admin- ther you are not in part for what areas of progress "other Member ef Federal Deposit
the building been termed the 'class- and steel" in- Insurance Corporation -
istrative services; Otis Bell, than concrete Member of FederalReserve
supervisor of transportation; ad is not the me s.' I'll share my re- creased police and fire protec- 1328 NW <6th< St. FR <6-2924< System
Mary Earl Myers, finance officer is true and you Mr. Richardson." tion, traffic signals and other I

I and William Anderson, coordinator for the in explaining his work safety measures.

( of maintenance. He challenged the Board of Control's
: There were no changes in the ther fish or cut architect, noted that the Get To The -j
reappointments of the princi- afford much of was the third one in Winters seem to be growing
pals. Only one, Richard Tall- of Gainesville." million worth of construc- warmer in the northern Hemis-
man of Micanopy Junior High, sphere. _
was not reappointed. Butt said he Truth About
Tallman, formerly assistant with" a
principal at Kirby-Smith, was two weeks and
I Now You Can Buy
1 appointed temporarily at Mican his role in the I

opy. He has requested reassign- ding on the Good Corn FedBEEF
ment back to his old position. classroom
Manning said principals for $300,000 mistake

the two new elementary schools ional estimator isr
scheduled to open next September sonville REBATES

f will be appointed later in ;the building. I BIG SAVINGS direct from BARTON'S RANCH.
the year.
In other action, the board: Club .
Authorized its architect to More barricaded."I Sirloin 69,. lb. ROAST45* Ib
draw for addi- -
plans a $7,000 K _
tion to the Sante Fe gym. TO DEVELOPERS .
Approved a contract with -
the Alachua Utilities Inc. for 7StPf.ate 35 _
water and sewer service at the From lb.

Idylwild Elementary School
Awarded a contract to the ilies have

Jack Bagget Paving Co. for many of the 38
$5,849 to pave a driveway at the lower areas BEEF BY THE HALF . lb. Commissioner Edwin H. Andrew
; Mebane High School in Alachua. of were water.under .

I Space DirectorTo will cut up for your Deepfreeze for 6c Per Pound

Resign? Hart Harper Springs said Good. Beef comes from BARTON'S RANCH! Had No Part in the old Rebate Policy

I several days the Best of Feed. .
I (c) New Yort Time ing waters SAVE MONEY when you buy from-
WASHINGTON Walter C. with his water It Was
,I Williams, who has been Director Long Before He Took Office
of Manned Space Flights, is ex- State R 0 a BARTON'SNEW f
,I pected to resign soon to work crews on
for the Air Force. Hart Springs STORE

I said two miles 3 Miles South HE DID HIS PART TO STOP .
A sizable storm in Washington the park are of Newberryon '1 IT
J is calculated to cost the city water and that I'I State Hwy. 41
$50,000 an inch. road has been
(; : By Sponsoring the Plan NOW IN FORCE For Subdivision Development .

1 L At a meeting of the Commission on August 21, ter Yates. Public
1961. Commissioner Edwin hearings were held on the plan
Andrews presented and on December 18. 1961:
re-stating policies under which subdivision COMMISSIONER EDWIN H.
ANDREWS the City
I developers might receive reimbursements for storm Subdivision Participation i i Policy of Dec.
18 1961
drainage development. He
urged of
appointment acitizens' was unanimously adopted. THAT POLiCY
committee to study the and the 'IS '
committee was set up under chairmanship of Ches- ,

POLITICAL CLIQUES Yet, the CAA-Twins Opposing Edwin H. Andrews Try To Link Him To What They Term

"Old Guard" Because of Subdivision Rebates. '


Commissioner Edwin H. Andrews was active in the drive that led to abolishing the old plan of rebate
Who was on the Commission with him at the time? The same Byron Winn. who is now trying to claim credit
through innuendo and false impressions for putting an end to what he and his running mate term

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I;; House Kills Own Pay Increase I How Florida's Representatives Voted II,

WASHINGTON (AP) Ten are both Dade County Demo-' mer and Edward Gurney, also
members of Florida's 12-man crats. They are Dante Fascell voted against the bilL

I! WASHINGTON (AP) In a top people only by making their if the House members did not Force every House member to es in the bill, now 136 Republicans -, House delegation voted against and Clade Pepper. I NeDestroyer
, the bill to raise the of congressmen Those who opposed the mea-!
sudden seizure of election year pay competitive with private in have to go on record the $545 go on record on a pay boost for joined with 86 Democratsto pay .
officials, included these Democrats
government sure BONN
: AP The
Germany ( )
;1 jitters the House has said "nothanks' dustry. million bill would be passed. As himself and would tell the voter defeat the measure 222-184.
civil service workers and postal Charles Bennett, Don Fuqua first destroyer built in West
I, raise. to a $10,000-a-year pay However, this is an election calling the day for wore increases on, for provisions differ- how his congressman voted. The 149 Democrats and 35 workers. Sam Gibbons, James Haley, Syd Germany since World War II
i! year, and while the vote may of work- Gross' move turned the tide. Republicans who voted for passage The measure was defeated 222 Herlong, Billy: Matthews, Paul goes into service March 23, the
surprisin'g decision Thursday ent government
-favor a $450 raise for his post- groups while record in favor to 184 and Bob Sikes.
Although a little earlierthe now are on Thursday.The Rogers Defense Ministry announced
I that at $22,500 Congress man he may look askance at a ers were approved on lopsided House had voted 125-37 to of a pay increase that they two Florida congressmenwho The state's two Republican Thursday. It is the 3,400-ton
members nonrecorded votes.
killed are paid enough, $10,000 boost for his congress keep congressional pay increas- did not get. favored the pay raise bill i House members, William Cra- Hamburg, with a crew of 280.
t I a bill that would have man. Besides, the administration When the critical vote on
I boosted the salaries of 1.7 mil- has filled the air with talk over-all passage was imminent, .
; lion,government workers. The of economy. a long-time economy champion, -
.1 average mailman and government Still, Democratic and Repub- Rep. H.R. Gross, R-Iowa, demanded -
secretary stood to gain lican leaders were certain that a roll call. This would Get BOTH : Quality Discounts Credit, too t '
\ $450 annually. .-- -
:, Theoretically, the Senate can
I revive the'pay boost drive'later Attention Livestock Producers!
I this session, and to make it
.I I more palatable, at more modest FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY
I proportions. Veteran ob- If you have hogs or cattle to Ag
I servers consider this unlikely.
\ sell now or in the future please { ".
r The higher salary structure
1'1 i t bad the strong support of the contact one of the buyers at
.1 c \ House Democratic leadership Copeland Sausage Company and 'r AIR CONDITIONER:
I and the Johnson administra- give them an opportunity to *
t 1 t tion. It was scaled to boost buy your livestock.
those in the top levels 22.5 per
I cent and those on the lower
I rungs 3 per cent on the theory COPELAND OFFERS YOU
', that the 4 UALITY
government can retain

.t,I I Pair to Get 1. Cash market 4 BIG every ADVANTAGES day. 0 DISCOU Nt (PreaSeasSeason SALE

I 2. No commission.
; Frat Honors
I 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs.

I II IIa Maj. Gen. Henry McMillan, 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities.

i"I' II I adjutant National James E.general Guard Connor, and of of the Brooksville State Florida Sen. CALL COLLECT 462-1011 BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES !

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i nl'A 1 I i 6MWit..:' Oiaitttsuillt, iun THE rr' y LBJ, Bobby in Odd Silence I:

n-_...I h,'. .JOHN X. BAKKUON. FreiMeat M* 2frm fork mtmt easy way to deal with this and administration who were pprters from campaigning on n nJ1s '

I t. ==': PBhlUkeri PAT COWLES Vk. Pr.etdead SOUTH By JAMES RESTON problem, but there is one put in their present jobs by ; behalf, has stopped: the I
II ED .JOHNSON( Vie rresUeat WASHINGTON The voting way to minimize it, and this President Kennedy.: He is movement, aDd Johnson's _
i Florida's Beautiful sad EieevUT EttUri W. O....BUD in New Hampshire is over is for the two men to talk it aware of the fact that manyof pub-
EBEESOLE. Vic PresUcat ATcrtUlBf *- lic statements
,1t=1 but the awkward these on the question 1
personal over privately. And there is men in key politi-
I i : University City' Vl.. rrtiUut. M* Clreml- Ptlitser By RALPH Prii Wtoata ....lIaJaer problem created there be no evidence that this has cal positions in the state par- have been.ambiguous. {

I 1i : U.m x...,.,. Ot tk. AtteaU (G.) c..waus tween President Johnson and been done. ty organizations and even in

I ..- ., Attorney General Robert Ken- They have communicatedwith important posts here in Wash WHEN HE "WASasked
lasl Weekend whether
:I _. THE SUN'S POLICY nedy over the vice presidential one another about whe- ington are still not as enthus- "it
would be.. useful, ,to.
I nomination still exists. ther the Attorney General iastic about the Johnson. administration you if
.1 _. i 1. Report the news fully and I impartially in the. news columns. A Commie What happened in New should call off his supporters.This as they were there were corop.etiUonamong
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. the many (vice presidential)
about the
Hampshire admin-
.. an organized was done through Ken- Kennedy
Publish all sides of controversial candidates in the
3. important issues.
I : : campaign to get the votersto ny O'Donnell, Robert Ken- istration, and that some of primaries",

'1.1 i The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Quits write in the name of Ken- nedy's close personal friend, these men have transferred he replied:thafjt 'would not.

Want Ads-376-4672 nedy as the Democratic vice who is on Johnson's White their loyalty from John F. ,.However,.he wenton: to say
: presidential nominee-is like- House staff, but they have Kennedy to his brother Rob that --people-have.a right

'I I I, .I ly to happen in other states, not talked personally about toexpress themselves and

I .t ii. MarxA despite Kennedy's belated the many complications both ert.At the same time, he does the .primaries .are. .for that

,i.: : Blow at Hospital Segregation effort to stop it. face. "* not want to be pressured in- purpose." Then he, ,added
These the vice
This, in turn, is bound to complications are to picking a running mate expect presidentwill
I '. i Twice in the last two years both of federal funds to help build hos professor Robert Have- embarrass both men and per- clear enough. The President now, and there are other con- be selected after the

t houses of Congress killed amendments pitals that would be segregated. mann, at Berlin's Humboldt petuate the division with- wants to be free to make a siderations. For example the president has been nominated -

II I .; that would have denied fed- University, has demanded in in the Democratic Party be- recommendation to the Dem- other possible vice presidential and lifter, his, suggestions
i I. ter,, ocratic nominating conven- recommendations. have
; \ eral construction funds to hospitals The question is legally more'complex public classroom lectures that tween loyalty those still whose lie sympathyand primarily tion in August of the vice pre- organization nominees are in the blockingany prim- :been sought ."" then the delegates -

04 { practicing racial discrimination. Now than the 1954 school desegregation Marxism and dialectical with the Kennedys and sidential nominee he considers ary elections on their own be- : will make the' decision

"j I the courts have done'what Congress ruling. Public schools are supported materialism be thrown out the those whose undivided alleg- best in the circumstancesthat half. This is particularlytrue 'in their own wisdom.. "
exist at that time.
J would not. The U.S. Supreme Court entirely by tax money, so window because they retard iance goes to President John- of Adlai E. Stevenson This reply merely under II

J1' f has upheld lower court ruling that clearly come under the equal protection scientific progress.As son. HE IS SENSITIVE to the who has been urged by his scores the problem, for on

: hospitals receiving U. S. aid must not clause of the Fourteenth Amend of this writing he has THERE IS PROBABLY feelings of those in his party start supporters of the movement ever since for the the the saying one he.hand does the not President want is a

j.r r 1 discriminate. ment. Many hospitals, like the two in not been arrested. The professor Attorney-General to allow the race for the vice ,presidential I

Greensboro, are private non-profit has, however, been BELOW OLYMPUS development of a Stevenson- nomination, ,and on the

I IT. :* This adds one more legal bulwark corporations or voluntary associa- verbally slapped about by By InterlandfF for-Vice-President movement. other he is saying that is (I

1"1 against inequal treatment of Negro tions. the East German Politbureau, : what primaries are for.
the Communist ROBERT KENNEDY'S posi-
:--. which is par-
; Americans. It is intolerable for the
ty's ruling committee. SPRING r1 tion is not so simple either. ACCORDINGLY, Robert
tt{ I I federal government to provide finan- The issue was whether federal TRAINING He is probably closer to the ennedy's'suppOrters are

| \ cial support for institutions practicing construction aid is sufficient gov- Professor Havemann con- CAMP men who run the Democratic free to interpret this as they

w \ t' segregation. ernment involvment to bring other- siders himself a Communist, tf Party in the states than please, and even if' they do I
but in reports of his lectures, other in the
i .
wise any person par- very little, the competition
exempt private facilities under
'I attended by hundreds of fasci- / ty. He selected many of them Johnson he does' not
/ says
The case concerned two hospitals the equal protection clause. The
nated students, he has said 1I personally in the 1960 presidential want 'Is likely to be carried
i' In Greensboro, N. C., which had been courts held that it is. that Stalinism and its enforced campaign.To on. .

built with a total of $2.9 million of dogmatism compelled peopleto
I Hill-Burton matching funds. Neither The civil rights bill if enacted become liars and hypo- many of these men In this situation, the Pres-
still mourning the death of ident and the Attorney General -
crites. "Is it not, he asks,
hospital admitted Negro physicians to will authorize the attorney general to .
I "time to overcome all this President Kennedy, the an- could at least talk out the
practice. One segregated Negro patients intervene in suits brought by individuals completely?" swer to their divided allegi- problem. They may differ

.. and the other did not admit to secure equal protection of I ance between the old administration -, about who should be vice

them at all. the law. By holding that the Four MARX WROTE that man and the new is to j president,' but neither of them
put the Attorney General wants to split the party or
teenth Amendment to could be rescued from the i
applies private
on the ticket Accordingly, dramatize the already important
The court decisions invalidate hospitals if they used federal funds, "kingdom of necessity to the 1 they have been calling him divisions between the
kingdom of abundance" lay
these practices in hundreds of hOSe the courts have given the Justice Department by constantly from all over the' Johnson men and the Ken-
the scientific theories whichhe
pitals built with Hill-Burton money a good weapon to bring Once country asking him to speakin nedy men in the administra-
propounded. man was
': since 1946 and forbid the future about their districts, and out tion.
w use quick compliance. so rescued, he said, the state
side of accepting a St. Pat- O
would "wither away" since nO rick's in Scranton If letter mis-
II .. Day speech you open a by
there would then be no need Pa., he has persistentlysaid take, it's a simple matter to

for it. Marx admittedly had "no". ,. note it on the envelope and
Voice of the People much of his argument, or dialectic it cs I Neither his refusal to ad- return to the post office. But
: from Friedrich .
Hegel. dress political rallies, however what can you do when you

Hegel, a German, was bornin "I understand the hold-outs aren't here yet these nor his formal state- open your mouth by mistake?

1770. must be the sell-outs!" ment discouraging his sup-, (-Fairfield Ledger)
=On The Sun's Opinion Pages
I History, he believed, hada
philosopher YANKEE
I Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the Peep! column. Letters
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be>> withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot should discover it. He attempted -
: exceed SOO words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The to unify opposites, "spirit
; Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or and nature, universal and '

intent. particular, ideal and real." 08 Act Brought Networks $$ to N.H.

: 'Just Give 'En1 newal, social security, medicare There Is a story going Hegel believed that endingwar ,

: all of these things are ,around that got started was impossible so long
r. uparound 1 cent of the national total system and pledged to the' town officials. are named on
.t nation states existed. NtU1 mtmtll per
: A Handout'EDITOR .tw :WT words thlt=ray 'Gini- the Ocmulgee River as Each'was > Vnrk
sovereign in its own By ARTHUR KROCK would not have dominatedthe nomination of William H. Taft, that day, and combining the
I 1" me I'll take 50-60
1 your money years ago, about some and could informa- switched to Vice President. polls would be in the Interest
: Sun: We all hear some of it to keep and give sphere settle disputes media of public
I : a lot of talk for and against the rest away to help poor wild hogs in the deep woodsin only by violence. Once WASHINGTON There are tion Tuesday night if it had Fairbanks. This breach of of frugality. But it 'so'happens
bend of the
,t a river. Where man accepts the rule of law plenty of good reasons to sup- faith the which that New "'Town
I government help. Urban refolks, 'etc. they came from, no one knew, not been for a political eventof equipped group Hampshire's
and the view that the outcomeof '
conscience there will be port '
the substitutionof 'ls the first in
i but they survived floods, fires, 1908. was promoting Meeting Day"
rr ON ,THE. RIGHT. freezes, droughts and hunters. he argued, no need for states. the primary in New Hamp- the primary method of el-. the region. Hence the date se-

.. The greatest compliment a HEGEL BELIEVED that shire is no firm portent of THE DIRECT consequenceof ecting delegates with the lected on the.prompting of

nV man could pay to a dog was which presidential candidatethe this event that the New induced what in
idealism and realism could was pressure ,that finally ; Dr. Raymond Moley,
to that he had fought the Republican Party will
1 OKs Freedom hogs say in Horseshoe Bend and be combined. Man's chief aim select next July. Hampshire presidential pref- the legislature, to make the the February 17- issue_.!Jf News-

# 3z: returned alive. is to better his material con- erence primary became the change. But, as;it.turned out, week., ,described as '"Yankee
dition. Political institutions But the facts are beyond first in the national series. the date the legislature fixed Thriftautomatically; put the
\ : Finally, a man came by the grow out of this preoccu- dispute: Ambassador Lodge's
And this the hot state
leadership for the primary, merely presidential preference
country store and asked the pation. Republican next-door neIgh-
ii I I 1 Academy whereabouts of the hogs. He bors strongly prefer him over national primary procession is its adoption of a reform the primary at the head of the

just had a one-horse wagon, "Wherever there is move- any other party eligible who the source of a flood'of publicity elder LaFollette had already quadrienhlal procession.:

; II an ax, some guilts, a lantern J]ment, wherever there is life may be voted on at the San and a deluge of money effected'in Wisconsin and oth- w
I WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. War ....there dialiectic is at work," "A veteran,:of, the. .state's
By to equip them to fight and some sweet corn. He was Francisco convention; they crazily disproportionate to the er states far to the west, was" "
; Seven years ago two;>> young the Communists trained in slow moving and patient, witha he said. Karl Marx took Hegel's greatly prefer a neighbor, of political wars has 'told 'me,
historic influence of the New the deelsion'from which New
Floridians traveled to New the great subversion factoriesof steady eye. Down the road philosophy as the basis the male gender over a female he wrote, -'th t.the cost used

I i : York with an idea burning Russia and China, that he went.A for his own. Just as there have where the presidency is Hampshire primary on the Hampshire has derived -a.' to. be $1 a'''v 9t when the
bright, and called together they decided more might be been many interpretationsof involved; and when them! major political decisions of a bumper harvest,of national
& Maine Railroad
t dozen membersof gained than lost-and after couple of months later he Hegel, there have been at al- Boston J' controlled -
the top two minds are made up no expenditures presidential year. publicity and money from
the anti-Communist high- great commotion, the Bill came back to the store askingfor least several adaptations of of time and money most the smallest seed in the' the, political decisions
brow community to whom to create a Freedom Academy help to carry the hogs out Marxism.In spent can unmake them. At the Republican National :of New Hampsmre.lt cost the
of the woods said presidential primary field.
a they unfolded their design. was actually passed, by he had Convention of .1908 Senator-to- ''television networks'alone con-
i + them all in a pen. Nobody be- our time, even Mr. But the demonstration of '
There conservativesin the Senate, on August 31, ,
were lieved him. Khrushchev is admitting that these facts by the Republicanvoters ,be George Moses, a New THE LEGISLATURE chose, sid rab) n rt1i ri i |r'a vote
that socialists
room, 1960.THE Marxism and the dialectic of Hampshire delegate chosen to tabulate the. returns Tues-
,middle-of-the-roaders, labor un- OBSTACLE remainedthe "It all he of a state whose entire "Town Meeting Day, a New'
; nalists, even, lo even one businessman most concretely, Congressman corn. For three weeks they of both are hope- spending for Gov! Rockefeller,

as I remember. Francis Walter, chair- would not eat it. Then some of lessly inapplicable. Neither POTOMAC FEVERBy Sen. Goldwater and the Lodge
"Their common interest was man of the House Committeeon the Hegel, Lenin, nor Marx had "write-in" organization was
young ones grabbed an ear
i to defend the West against Un-American Activities.Mr. and ran off into the thicket. the vaguest idea about the at an even higher rate per

: .Communism, even while they Walter appeared to re- Soon they were all eating it. industrial revolution's course, Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau capita. Moreover, the actual

: continued to struggle sent the idea of the Freedom Then I commenced building a its and marriage its with science to, The Supreme Court says it isn'tiibel to tell a fib by accident about a public' spending and the national advertisement -
enormous capacity .
against each other on domestic Academy, pen around the corn, a little produce so much with fewer official. On the other hand, if you tell the truth on purpose, you're liable to get .of New Hamphire
: and philosophical issues. possibly because of a higher each day."Naturally accrued to the state economyas
clobbered.The .
Everyone become sold on well founded distrust in the and fewer workers in agriculture a whole.Never has a political ,
: the idea; the establishmentof idea of yet another govern- ," said the patientman or industry.All this -"reform" paid off so
Senate opens debate on civil rights. It's nice.to get into area after
an academy, to be staffed ment agency. "they raised quite a the philosophies of the the long Bobby Baker hearings on un-civil wrongs. handsomely to so few. Revering
I by top experts on communism The good news, Mr. Walter ruckus when they seen they 18th General Forrest's victory
to teach Americans, having died, is that the idea was trapped, but I can pen century now are havinga formula, New Hampshire got
that plunge to the tummy.
difficult time in a world of New fashions from Paris feature gowns Eng
: .foreigners in the nature and has been revived, having any living thing on the face of tbere "Fastest.wiihithe Few
I and .land's Churchill the V for Victory. Now France's designers give us the..
: "techniques of the enemy, and been introduced in the Senate the earth if I can just get him change sophisticatedrationality. gave et," .
We V for Ventralx Ventilation.
them back under the to for hand- now have the j
-equip to fight imposing j joint depend on me a _
: knowledgeably and intelligent- sponsorship of Senators means of increased material -- THE RESULT of the primarj j
out"A. welfare but LBJ 14-member commission to how automation
in the a study
even more proposes causes '
Mundt Case D. SANDERSoFatalities
ly. Douglas, Dodd, may have done'nolrreparable" -I
advanced industrial states we unemployment. Well, one thing's sure. Automation will never put federal commissions
Smathers, Goldwater, Prox- damage to whatever: chances I
MUCH TIME and thought mire, Fong, Hickenlooper, are confronted with problemsof out of work. of nomination Goldwater", 1

.were given to the problem of Miller Keating, Lausche unemployment; surplus -- Rockefeller had beforehand.But .
and food commodities are neededto .A public official's public acts are wide open to criticism, says the Supreme
taising the four or five million Scott each.could
: In BradfordEDITOR truthfully say,
Court. Whereas his private acts are closed to everything but gossip.
t : dollars necessary to THE STATE DEPARTMENT keep a shocking numberof as did a youngvchallenget after 1

1 .launch the a cad e m y. / _v_ is oppos- Sun:, Your motives persons from desperate -- champion had battered

: It is symbolic of the sickness ing the measure, principally in publishing the ad appearing hunger, and education is ev- Soon we'll give up names altogether and have one number to cover identification him around thering for five

: of the West that they through Assistant Secretary on Page 18 of the Feb. erywhere in need of revisionsand address, phone, taxes, car license and credit. It'll be known as our Social rounds "It. didn't do me no. '
failed. The when Frederick G. Dutton support. Only the wilfully :
t point came who 26 Sun are highly commend- Obscurity card. good!
the idea to be has written the blind will-fail to that
was dropped, Congressthat able. see people --
However, accuracy'and
r or proposed to the govern- he would rather see the fairness require that note be do expect their political Dick Nixon wants Congress to provide for a new vice president right Take the vote In the Town

: ment as a desirable project money go to such frontlineanti taken of the total absence of system to provide the opor- away. If a country starts neglecting vice presidents, first thing you know it'll t of Dummer, which must beinhabited V
: .for it to undertake, and pay communist activitiesthe traffic fatalities in Bradford tunity for material existence. be neglecting ex-vice presidents. by the most rugged -
= Peace Corps, the Alliancefor '-- of rugged individualists (conservatives *

i for.The latter step was taken, Progress or more foreignaid. County this year. Happily for this country Why should they be investigating Bobby Baker? Isn't he that nice social ), because .though

though with great misgiv THERON A. YAWN and the "West" in general worker type who started the housing project for working girls? the sybaritic lure?of the cities

: ings, since none of the sponsors On balance, the idea of the County Judge. the system is resilient enoughto -- have reduced its voting popu-*.

was so naive as to fail Freedom Academy strikesme Bradford County do what must be done. Our Michigan's Gov. Romney says he tried to persuade Astronaut John Glenn to elation by one-third In the'lastitwo '

t to recognize the danger that as wonderfully constructive obstacles of habit, custom and become a Republican. He failed to convince Glenn but he almost convinced decades 202 have' dang:. ;IThevoters 1'to"
: the projected Freedom Academy and hopeful, to which effect politics are difficult But evenso himself. their heritage. ;,

>> tied to government, I intend, respectfully, to If it were not so ironic it our problems are on a' -- o Dummer Town If

might develop into an epicene make my views known to might be amusing to watch a rigid "scientific" theory de- President Johnson says we are a much.beloved people. Love is a moneysplendored I once again proved the hazard| f

i adjunct of ,our foreign representatives in Washington nation that is more than $300 rived from 18th century philo- thing. of, political speculation./

: policy. But so deeply did and thought that, per- billion in debt advising younger sophers who knew a great deal -- dividing as follows: GotJwaV

the sponsors feel the necessity haps those of you who agree nations they should keep about the spirit and essenceof The Agriculture Department reports U. S. cattle have reached record num ter 14;", Rockefeller, ::12;:3

: i of giving factual training with this evaluation might their fiscal houses in order. man but not much about bers. Not only are there plenty for the TV stampedes, but there are some left Lodge, 7; Nixon 5Mrs.; =

l tt to students of the Cold want to do the same. (Daily Oklahoman) econom1cs. over for eating. Smith, 3: Stassen, 0. I ,*
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Oiahttsuilk I .
B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor

I : 1 ;._:... THE CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS No. 113 will celebrate its 1st an-
t .. Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday
. ....aI .,-." niversary on Monday at 8 p.m.
I -_ 2km JOHN L a4R1130w."x FreilJtBt a>4 School, 9:30 a.m.; morning wor- at the Mt. Moriah Baptist .

I :. h'lIaJ&u, TAT COWtES. Yle *ted- SOUTHBy ship, 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30 p.m.; Church with Rev. L. A. 1 ll. ,, .

I _..t'T -- dti ED JOHNSON. Vle Pr"eat and evening worship, 7 p.m. man, pastor. : '
t 1 __ ._ -rFlqrida's Beautiful 1u1r.ffiflIrrrri: : M4 Executive Editen W. G. (Ism)
I -t4 EBERSOLE. Vie. Pr..ea& ..4 AI- There will be mid week Meditation During the anniversary,

: .. J r- 'University City' TcrtUlnc DlrccUn BOB TAKTAG- RALPH McGILL Services Tuesday, 7:30 there will be a program, ren-

, LIONE. Vie FrctUtBt &at CtteuU- iltticr ...... Winning Fmfclljfcer p.m.; Youth Forum Wednesday, dered entitled "Choirs in Parade CZT
U.* Musger. 01 U* AtteaU tGL) CsuUtoUra ."
7:30: p.m., and also Choirs Nos. : ;
I .. I' .
1 and 2 will have their joint rehearsal :
: THE SUN'S POLICY 8 p.m.; and Teachers' SPECIAL NOTICE lr: '

bt'j/ : 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. A Commie Meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m. The State Uniform Companiesof

. :.... .; 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. the Grand Union Pallbearerswill

.-.4 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Esther W. Hamm, reporter. Ushers' meet today at 8 pjn. at

I Board No. 3 will meet Sat- the First Constitutional Baptist

; The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Quits urday, 5 p.m. Church, corner of DesotaSt. ,

I.'. : Want Ads-376-4672 Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion Wales.., and Lincoln Ave., at Lake .' 't.,

" C Church School, 10 a.m.; morn- : ;

ing worship, 11 a.m.; and eve-

\ : : i Blow at Hospital Segregation MarxA ning: are worship asked, 7 to p.m.pay All their members gen--WILLISTON Mrs.in the Dorothy Medical NEWS Bellamy Center is ailing at- 'Ae' 7 : 1,

eral claims of $10 on or before
"..:: Twice in the last two years both of federal funds to help build hose professor Robert Have- Easter. General Claims will be Gainesville. She is a member 1( *

; houses of Congress killed amendments pitals that would be segregated. .. mann, at Berlin's Humboldt reported at the checkup meet of the Rock Hill Baptist friends, '
Church of Williston. Her
I .-1; :. that would have denied federal University, has demanded in ing April 3. Let all members respond -i wish for her a speedy re

l 'of construction funds to hospitals The question is legally Inure con- public classroom lectures that to this call. Rev. W .L. covery. Mrs. Bessie Mae Wes-

,. .v. practicing racial discrimination. Now plex than the 1954 school desegregation Marxism and dialectical Souder, pastor. ley, reporter.

., the courts have done what Congress ruling. Public schools are supported materialism be thrown out the I LaCrosse Bethel A.M.E. -
Sunday School, 10:30: a.m.; INDISPOSEDThe
would not. The U.S. Supreme Court entirely by tax money, so window because they retard 11:30 ajn.
morning worship, ; following are sick or
'I .: : has upheld a lower court ruling that clearly come under the equal protection scientific progress.As and evening worship, 6:30 p.m. shut-in members of the New

: hospitals receiving U. S..aid must not. clause of the Fourteenth Amend of this writing he has Friends are always welcome. Hope Baptist Church at Willis-

..t _discriminate. ment. :Many hospitals, like the two in not been arrested. The pro Rev. W. H. Walker, pastor; Mrs. ton: Major Hill, Mrs. Ida

Greensboro, are private non-profit fessor has, however, been: Doris Reed, reporter. Simmons, Mrs. Ida Mae Smith, WINNERS IN CONTEST Renee was sponsored by Miss

h .: This adds one more legal bulwark corporations or voluntary associa verbally slapped about by Friendship BaptistSunday Mrs. Martha Green, Miss Ess- Little Debora Began and tiny I Carrie M. Williams. She reported -

against inequal treatment of Negro tions. the East German Politbureau, School, 9:30 a.m.; morning worship -ie Mae Timmons and Mrs. Renee Campbell were the win- $100.56, and was crowned

which is the Communist par- 11 a.m.; and evening wor- Phillis Clyatt. ners in the recent contest spon- "Tiny Miss Guild."
-Americans. It is intolerable for the
) ty's ruling committee. ship, 7 p.m. Rev. D. E. White, sored by the members of the I Other contestants rangedfrom
I : federal government to provide financial The issue was whether federal pastor. SLATES MEETINGThe Wesleyan Service Guild of $11 to ? 5.

support for institutions practicing construction aid is sufficient government Professor Havemann con- Pilgrim Rest Church of Christin Priscilla Court No. 296, Mount Pleasant Methodist The members of the: Guild

) segregation. involvment to bring other- siders himself a Communist, Unity -Sunday School, 10 Heroines of Jericho, will meet Church. wish to thank all those who

I' f wise exempt private facilities under but in reports of his lectures, a.m.; and afternoon wo r s hip, today at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Debora was sponsored by helped to make the contest a

: attended by hundreds of fascinated 3:30: p.m. Elder Rufus Armstrong Hall. Mrs. Bonnie Roberson and success.In .
The case concerned two hospitals the equal protection clause. The students, he has said pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, All members are requestedcome Mrs. Dorothy Bogan, Debora's the near future all con-

p In Greensboro, N. C., which had been courts held that it is. that Stalinism and its enforced reporter. prepared to pay their en- mother. She reported $121 testants ,will be given a tripto

built with a total of $2.9 million of dogmatism compelled peopleto Emanuel Baptist Sunday dowments because it is near which won for her first place Six-Gun/ Territory for a dayof

.' Hill-Burton matching funds. Neither The civil rights bill, if enacted, become liars and hypo School, 10 a.m. morning wor- time for the Grand Court Brooks-to and the title, "Little Miss fun and pleasure. B. Carolyn -

I hospital admitted Negro physicians to will authorize the attorney general to crites. "Is it not," he asks, ship, 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30 p.m. Daniels convene., M.A.M.Sister Esther; Rev. D. E. Guild." Bell, reporter.@bttuart

"time to overcome all this and evening worship, 6:30 p.m.
practice. One segregated Negro patients intervene in suits brought by individuals White, W. M.
completely? Choir No 2 will have its rehearsal -
and the other did not admit to
secure equal protection of
Monday, 7:30 p.m.; and
I f them at all. the law. By holding that the Four: MARX WROTE that man there will be prayer service NOTICE The American Legion Post
: teenth Amendment applies to private could be rescued from the Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. No. 306 and the Ladies' Auxili-

) The court decisions invalidate hospitals if they used federal funds, "kingdom of necessity to the Davis, pastor; Mrs. M. E. Mid- ary will attend the morning

: these practices in hundreds of hose the courts have given the Justice Department kingdom the scientific of abundance"theories which'he by dleton Johnson, reporter.Chapel BaptistSun- worship at 11 a.m. jointly at MRS. PATSY H. DAVIS r ago. He was reared in the Meth-

: pitals built with Hill-Burton money a good weapon to bring Bartley Temple Methodist Final rites for Mrs. Patsy H. odist Church and at age 14 be-
propounded. Once School 9:45 morning
man was day a.m.;
; since 1946 and forbid the future about Church on Sunday, March 15. Davis of Micanopy will be con- member of the church's
; ..... use quick compliance.newal so rescued, he, said, the state worship, 11 a.m.; B. T. U., 6p.m. came a
Mrs. Carrie Strong, president. ducted Saturday. She is survivedby choir where he served faithfully
would "wither away" since .; and evening worship, 7
a daughter, Mrs. Nancy Lee more than"60 years.He also
there would then be no need Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor;
; p.m. WILLISTON NEWSIN Mickins, two grandchildren, served in all different offices of
for it. Marx admittedly had Mrs. Harriet Jones, reporter.Mt. .
J Voice of MEMORIAMIn Miss Patsy R. Jones, and Miss the church at various times dur-
the People much of his dialectic Moriah BaptistSunday
argument, or memory of our dear mother Jackqulyn Jones one brother- ing his career. until his recent
from Friedrich Hegel. school, 9:45 a.m.; morning wor- Mrs. Florence Zimmerman -
in-law, one sist r-in-Iaw, other illness rendered 'him unable to
Hegel, a German, was born ship, 11 a.m.; the pastor and who passed away March relatives and friends. The family -: serve. He was a member of

On The Sun's in 1770. members will conduct servicesat 3, 1963. and friends are to meet at Pallbearers Lodge No.54, theVoters'
= Opinion Page: the convenant Baptist Church To lose someone we cared
History, he believed, hada the home of Mrs. Davis at 12:45 League along Kith other
plot and the philosopher with Rev. Pinkston, pastor, at for is very hard indeed. And I p.m. to form the cortege to the religious and fraternal organi-
Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voic. of the People column. Letters and worship -
Ocala, 3 p.m.; only God can truly help
church. Pallbearers will be the zations.
must be signed ond bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should discover it. He attempted -
not exceed 500 words and be should. 6:30 p.m. Rev. L. A. Till- throughout this hour of need. Deacons of the Mt. Bethel the .
must written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The to unify opposites, "spirit Baptist During early years of
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or and nature, universal and man, pastor; Mrs. J. Gainey, re This shadowed hour, and Church. Hughes & Chestnut World War I he was member
particular, ideal and rea}." porter.Mt. thoughts of you brings with it Funeral Home in charge. I of the.famous High Speed Quartette -

'Just Give Em ,. .social ,security, medicare There is a story going Hegel believed that endingwar Pleasant Methodist faith and prayer, too, that God which .served: : Jhe..country
Church School,,9:30 a.m.; morn will lift the clouds of gray and by singing to sell war bonds.
all of these things are around that got started was impossible so longas ,VIRGIL S. SMITH
up worship 11 a.m. and evening bring to us peace of hearts to- He is survived his
A Handout'EDITOR two-bit words that say "Gim around the nation states existed. Each ing ; by widow,
Ocmulgee River was sovereign in its worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W. M. day. The family of Mrs. Flor- Final rites for Mr. Virgil S. Mrs. M yne Smith, one. daughter -
0 w n
'ii me your money I'll take 50-60 years ago, about some Ferguson, pastor. ence Zimmerman. Mrs. Bessie Smith will be conducted Satur- Mrs. ClaroneUe S. Griffin,
r : Sun: We all hear'I' some of it to and sphere and could settle disputes -
: keep give wild hogs in the deep woodsin Mae Wesley, reporter. day. He is survived by a wife, city; one son, Virgil. Smith,
only by violence. Once
lot of talk for and the
a against rest
to "
I away" help poor a bend of the river. Where VISITS RALEIGH Mrs. Mamie Smith, two child Jr., New York City; one daugh.
man accepts the rule of law
I ;l. ; government help. Urban re- folks, etc. they came from, no one knew, and conscience there Miss Donia Mae Jones, daughter -EARLETON NEWS ren, Mrs. Claraonell Griffin, and ter-in-law, Mrs. 'Virgil S; Smith,
will be
but they survived floods, fires, he of Mrs. Dorothy Mobley, of JOINT SERVICEThe Mr. Virgil S. Smith Jr., three Jr., one s 1 s t e r-.41..l w, Mrs.
THE RIGHTOKs freezes argued, no need for states. Williston the past week. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, James Smith three
ON I droughts and hunters. spent grandchildren, Mrs. Bonnie Graham ; granddaughters -

The greatest compliment a end at Raleigh as house guestof pastor, and congregation from Miss Virginia Smith, Miss Bonnie, Virginia,' 'Jacqueline
; ?: .! man could pay to a dog was HEGEL BELIEVED that Miss Betty Jean Thompson. the Mt. Pleasant Method is I t Jackie Smith and other relativesand and one great' granddaughter -

j I to say that he had fought the idealism and realism could Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, re Church at Earleton, March 15 friends. Bonnie Elizabeth, .several

I. Freedom ; ';m"j..' : hogs in Horseshoe Bend and be combined. Man's chief aim porter. at3p.m. The remains will lie in state nieces, nephews and other. relatives .
( is to better his material
returned alive. con- and friends.
> LJ! today at the Huges & Chestnut .
<< dition. Political institutions PERSONALSMrs.
I memorial chapel, and will lie
Finally, a man came by the grow out of this preoccu- Claronell Smith Griffin Poverty Fund Club will DONNELL PERRY
in state at the Mt. Pleasant Me.
Academy country store and asked the pation. a teacher in the St. Peters- meet at the Mt. Olive Primitive !-E. Church from 10 ajn. Satur- Donn U Perry of Lake Butler

whereabouts of the hogs. He "Wherever there is burg Public School System, Baptist Church on March day until funeral time. There died Wednesday at the Veterans
- just had a one-horse wagon, move- called here because of the The book is '
was 16 at 8 p.m. now Administration Hospital in Lake
will be after the
II ment wherever no viewing
; an ax, some guilts, a lantern there is life death of her father, Virgil opened for new members. City following
By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. War, to equip them to fight and some sweet corn. He ....there dialiectic is at work," main eulogy. The family and a lingering ill-
was Smith citizen anda
a pioneer ness. Mr. has
I i- Seven two the Communists he said. Karl Marx took friends are to meet at the homeof Perry lived in
trained in
years ago young slow moving and patient, witha Hegel's member of Mt. Pleasant Me- NOTICE I Lake Butler for a number of
Mr. Smith 321 NW 8th Ave.
Floridians traveled to New the great subversion factoriesof steady eye. Down the road philosophy as the basis thodist Church. There will be both a talent years and was a member of the

York with an idea burning Russia and China, that he went. for his own. Just as there have Rev. S. M. Daniels, of Gaines program and fish fry at the at 1:45: p.m. to form the cortege -St. John Baptist Church. Funeral
to the church. The -
bright, and called togetherthe they decided more might be been many interpretationsof ville, was at Williston and New Salem Baptist Church with I pallbearers arrangements will be
A couple of months later he will be Ruben McHenry, announced -
two dozen members gained than lost-and after Hegel, there have been at
New Johnson
preached Hope Baptist Rev. C. J. pastor,
by Hughes & Chesnut
came back to the store asking Coley Allen, James Stewart,
: of the anti-Communist high- great commotion, the Bill least several adaptations of Church last Sunday. Saturday at 8 m.
on Funeral
brow community to whom to create a Freedom Acade- for help to carry the hogs out Marxism.In Mrs. Willie Pitts and children R. C. Cambridge, Mr. McMillian Home.
of the woods said he had J. F. Jones Sr., Vernon
they unfolded their design. my was actually passed, by
of Williston, motored to METHODIST MEN'SPROGRAM
There were conservatives the Senate, on August 31, them all in a pen. Nobody be- our time, even Mr. Clearwater and spent the SET Trapp, and James McCollum. JOE WILLIAMS
Mat Joe Williams of
lieved him. Khrushchev is admitting that
I in that room, socialists, 1960.THE past weekend visiting with rela There will be a Methodist Springs died Thursday March
OBSTACLE Marxism and the dialectic of
I .l1iddle.f-the-road.ers, labor un- remainedthe "It was all very simple," he materialism have falled.The"science" tives. Men's program at the Mount MRS. DILLIE HARRELL 12 in High Springs following a

lion representatives, jour- House of Representatives said. "First I put out some Mrs. Rosa Johnson, of St. Pleasant Methodist Church on sudden illness. Mr. Williams has
I' nalists, even, lo even one businessman most concretely, Congressman of both are hopelessly Funeral services for Mrs. Dil-
corn. For three weeks they Petersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday, March 15, at 7 p. m. lived in High Springs for a great
as I remember. Francis Walter chair- inapplicable. Neither lie Harrell, who died at her
I ,
would not eat it. Then some of Wilbur McKnight and childrenall in the interest of the church's number of Funeral
"Th'eir common interest was man of the House Committeeon Hegel, Lenin, nor Marx had home in Gulf Hammock Sunday years. arrangements -
the young ones grabbed an ear of Gainesville, were at Wil- asking for the Methodist Men's will be announcedby
to defend the West againstXbmmunism Un-American Activities.Mr. the vaguest idea about the will be held at the First Morning
and ran off into the thicket. liston last Sunday visiting with organization for the year. Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
I even while they Walter appeared to resent Soon they were all eating it. industrial revolution's course, Mrs. Gertrude Brown, and other Each man is asked to give Star Baptist Church in Rut- Home.

continued to struggle the idea of the Freedom Then I commenced building a its marriage with science, relatives. Mrs. Bessie Mae $1. Jeff Jones, reporter. ledge, Sunday at 2 p.m. Interment -
against each other on domestic Academy, and its enormous capacity to will follow in the Rutledge -
pen around the corn, a little Wesley, reporter. ( ) MRS. LAURA ,STRONG
and philosophical issues. possibly because of a produce so much with fewer Cemetery.Her .
higher each day. JOINT SERVICEThe Funeral
i I become sold well founded distrust in and fewer workers immediate survivors include services for1 Mrs.
Everyone on the in agriculture NOTICE Rev. G. S. Cam- -
pastor, Laura
I the idea; the establishmentof idea of yet another govern- "Naturally," said the patientman or industry.All Dinners will be sold in the eron, and members of the Mt. her husband Albert Har- held at Strong the ,St.of Archer Peter will be

an academy, to be staff ment agency. "they raised quite a dining room of the Mt. Olive Nebo Methodist Church will con- rell, nieces, Mrs. Willie Mae Church* in Baptist
ed by top experts on com The good news Mr. Walter ruckus when they seen they the philosophies of the Primitive Baptist Church in duct a joint service at the Ford and Miss Charlotte Golf, Archer, on Saturdayat
munism to teach Americans, having died, is that the idea was trapped, but I can pen 18th century now are havinga the interest of Choir No. 1 on Church of God in Christ with' city; nephews Frank McGrim- p.m. with Rev.H. Foye of-

foreigners in the nature and has been revived, having any living thing on the face of difficult time in a world of Saturday after 12 noon. The the pastor. Rev. Hugh Anderson -age, city; and Mose McGrim- ficiating.St. Peter Interment will followin

techniques of the enemy, and been introduced in the Senate the earth if I can just get him change and sophisticated menu consists of chitterlings, Sunday March 15, at 5p.rn. mage Brooksville. Cemetery. ;
equip them to fight back under the imposing joint to depend on me for a hand- rationality. We now have the rice salad Relatives and friends are'.ask- She was a member of -the local -
greens, potato potato at Alachua.
and of means of increased material ed to meet the Lodge.
IKJiowledgeably intelligent- sponsorship Senators at home of her
pies, corn bread and bar- The public is invited to at-
Relatives and friends ask-
Jy. Mundt, Douglas, Case, Dodd, D. SANDERS welfare, but even in the more becued chicken. The dinnersare tend. Rev. G. S. Camerson niece, Mrs. Charlotte Golf, at are ,
Smathers advanced industrial states 1:15 to meet at the home t>f her.
'' Prox- are confronted we $1 per plate, and cold pastor; Eugene A. Clark, repor p.m.Duncan nephew, Ned Means at Archer
MUCH TIME and thoughtwere mire, Fong, Hickenlooper, FatalitiesIn with problemsof drinks 10 cents. For delivery ter. Brothers, morticiansare
at 2:15 form
given to the problem of Miller, Keating, Lauscheand unemployment; surplus services after 12 noon, call] in charge. p.m. to. processionto
'Wising the four five mil- Scott food commodities neededto -
or are
BradfordEDITOR FR. 2-0683, Fr. 2-4043 or Fr. 2- CHOIRS IN PARADEThe Duncan .Brothers morticians
lion dollars necessary to THE STATE DEPART keep a shocking numberof ,
6123. Choirs Un-
Friendship JOE
\ l&mch the MENT, of THOMAS areincharge. ...
aca demy. course, is persons desperate
1 oppos- Sun: Your motives ion will present its monthly Funeral services for Joe Thomas ,
-It is symbolic of the sick- ing the and
measure, hunger, education is
principally everywhere -
in publishing the ad appearing SPONSORS SERVICEThe musical feature, "Choirs inParade" will be held Sunday at 2
ness of the West that through RestHome
they Assistant in need of revisionsand z
Secretary on Page 18 of the Feb. West Coast Ministersand Sunday at 3 p. m. p.m. from the St. Paul Baptist
failed. The point came when Frederick G. Dutton, who 26 Sun are highly commend- support. Only the wilfully Deacons Union Choir will at the greater Bethel A. M. Church 'in LaCrosse. Intermentwill Fire Kills 4
the idea to be has
was written
dropped, the Congressthat blind will fail to that
able. However, accuracy and see people sponsor its quarterly service on E. Church. There will be Easter follow in Nunanville Ceme-
t or proposed to the government he would rather see the fairness require that note be do expect their political i March 15, at 3 p.m. at the St. renditions given by the tprv. -
desirable ,
I loj it as to undertake a and project money- communist go to such frontlineanti taken of the total absence of system to provide the opor- Paul Baptist Church with Rev.G. choirs. G. G. Wingate, presi- He was a veteran of World Four elderly patients diecHn an-

I .for. pay Peace Corps, the activitiesthe Alliance traffic fatalities in Bradford tunity for material existence. G. McArthur pastor, at program chairman; Mrs. G. I. War I. oil-fed fire that destroyed 5 rest

The latter step was taken, for Progress or more foreignaid. County this year. Happily for this country Newberry. Souder reporter. Relatives and friends are ask- home in this mountain resort

: though with great misgivings THERON A. YAWN and the "West" in general ANNIVERSARYThe ed to meet at the home of his Thursday. -: : ;:""S :

since none of the spon- On balance the idea of the County Judge. the system is resilient enoughto of YOUTH MEETING sister, Mrs. Luis Anderson, The blaze begarrjfeeirthc fur-
choral group Lodge council of the Route 2 Alachua.
: sors was so naive as to fail Freedom Academy strikesme Bradford County do what must be done. Our The youth nace of the.wo-story-building

to recognize the danger that as wonderfully constructive obstacles of habit, custom and N.A.A.C.P. will meet tonight at The members of American Legion exploded Mrs. Dewey Autiiy, 62,

: the projected Freedom Aca..4emy and hopeful, to which effect politics are difficult But even the Mt. Carmel. Baptist Churchat Post No. 306 will serve; as a nurse;.said tfiel! : >Ust oc&rred

: tied to government, I intend, respectfully, to If it were not so ironic it so, our problems are on a 7:30 p.m.Plans pallbearers. as she passedjiear the furjiace.
: If you open a letter by mistake for the summer will be Duncan Brothers morticians I
might develop into an epicene make views known be rigid "scientific" was saved from serioos in-
my to might amusing to watch a theory derived -
it's a simple matter to discussed. general elections for are in charge. jury when'a fellow
adjunct of our foreign my representatives in nation that is from 18th I I -employe
Wash- than
more $300 century philosophers -
note it on the envelope and higher officers will be held, the -
: policy. But so deeply did ington, and thought that billion in debt who knew I ripped flftJierJIaming unSorm.
advising a deal
per. younger return to the post office. But executive committee will be VIRGIL S. SMITH SR. Mrs.
t sponsors feel the necessity haps those of Autry helped the !&me's
nations should about the
I of giving factual train- with this evaluation you agree they ke-sp spirit and essenceof what can you do when you elected, and plans for the March Virgil S. Smith Sr., 503 of owners, Mr. and Mrs. Slla! Davis -
might their fiscal houses in order. man but not much about '
tog to students of the ColdS want to do the Oklahoman open your mouth by mistake? 27 march on Tallahassee will be George and Rosetta Smith was and volunteers to remove
same. (
Daily ) economics.
J I .(-Fairfidd Ledger) discussed. born in Gainesville, many years patients from the buildiDl1

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Friday, March 13,1964Scientists Gainesville Sun 5
City Bloc's Suit Costing Tax 58 I ElectUFsBallard He's one of the Association's

EDITOR, Sun: The Young money, your money and 20 secretaries.His .
duties will be to
The arrange
Voice of People of the mine.,
Turks, the CAA bloc
i -.: part of the group's program for
: : ;, Plan Board and City Commis- My own lot on Newberryroad Stanley S. Ballard, head of its annual meeting.The .
sion, is at it again. always the notorious triangle, the University's physics and as- Association, founded in
and pereniaHy attempting to is now in the courts becausethe tronomy department, has been 1848, has more than 80,000 members
Election fool the public and against bloc has chosen to follow elected secretary of the American and. is with more than
I : Speaks on improvement and the expensive way and fight Association for the Ad- 300 specialized scientific socie-
: To progress.and the suit. This is the bloc's election vancement of Science. ties.
fight ev
: :
. :: everybody with which they and again this is an
. u ,_ II to the
.w. do not this is the unnecessary expense
, agree
Assure Election Chamber of Commerce all We, as citizens, are entitledto progress in an atmosphere of policy of the CAA. A few citi- Gainesville Auto Dealers Assoc.
< city.The
I in consulta- the protection and benefitsof fair play, with every citizenof
working together zens may be fooled part of only way to put an end presents
.t '>--By Pet Control tion with the best experts an alert and agressive our community, rich or the time, but all the citizens to such folly is to vote the
\ .. available.That is exactly whatit press. Thus far, except in the poor, being ,treated fairly and cannot be fooled an the time. bloc out and put men in office AUTO
.r ., EDITOR, ,Sun: Open letter took to get the machinist field of civil (human) rights, every issue being decided on The dirty wash of the CAA who are tried and true and
; -- ''to''candidates for the City training program run by you have been neither alert merit rather than political expediency must be hung out to dry. The are independent in their think-
'- "''Commission:' Sperry and the County Boardof nor aggressive in dischargingyour ? CAA bloc, for almost a year, SHOW
);Why not have"yourselves a Education into a reality. duties. JIMMY STRICKLAND has done nothing but block ing.A vote for Dr. Edwin An- :};
landslide victory? Mr. Gresham reveals merely This dereliction is certainly business and impede the im- drews and Mr. James Rich-

All It'takes to.earn the undying his own"Old ignorance Guard and that not due to lack of courage for What's Stand provement of the City of ardson will put an end to the 'Fri. & Sat.
of long-suffer- of the laggards"by in the one field of civil rights Gainesville.This nefarious business of the CAA
.. lng.-humanity-gratitude registered and est his and attack that of on Messrs.CAA's inter-Winn you have exhibited outstanding On City Mgr.? bloc is anti-business. bloc. These men, Andrews, Fields Plaza
courage and ability in be- Just to mention one example, and Richardson, have a progressive
voting the pledge nobody
one and Butt in vocational educa-
made Pets control. ing a leader in the fight for EDITOR, Sun: There is one take the Sears, Roebuck outlook and are not
: tion for
Eight families live next door city commissioners as a responsibility to assist justice for all our citizens. very of important the candidates issue that for fiasco, the losses in labor, sal- "agin" everything that has
some aries taxes and of even a semblance of
'' then do refuse to wages, progressfor
In all directions from one and help move ahead for the Why you the City Commission are
business. our city and its citizens.
good legitimate
t -4 -pesty' pet. owner; unable and good of Gainesville's young face other issues with cour- hedging on. Many voters wantto '
Another debacle is the Vote for men who think
.. unwilling to control her pen people.If age? know where they stand on
full of noise nuisances, rabies Mr. Gresham, Mr. Bill Why do you allow certain it. Until they give a clear American Oil Company, Bish- straight vote Richardsonand
risks, song bird eaters, stinking O'Neal and their other friendsin special interest groups to cru- statement, they will lose op Realtors and the SAE con Andrews, men of sound JE:
I step-in-its and swarms of the "Old Guard" had read cify the city manager for doing many votes. I refer to the ner. This breach of contractby judgment.
. carrion flies. the CAA Issues statement his lawful and sworn old problem of a city govern- the city will involve a suit TROY M. WAKEFIELD '
2f" 1I:5iC :
I carefully, they would have dis- of issu- which will reach great proportions
I JEight families have 16 regIstered duty in the matter ment of two city managersone -
voting parents Inter- covered that the section on ing building permits while for part of the govern- and large expenditures Bully for Her
I of tax to fight >>IIa:
ested primarily in the health vocational education was ad- you stand silent in this defense ment and a second for all the money
and welfare of their 16 chD- dressed primarily to the coun- ? city's utilities.We such a case through the LONDON (AP-The House of

'*. dren, and their own uninter- ty school board, and that the Why do you witness a week have a commitmentfrom courts. Commons sent its unanimous
I ; rupted sleep of nights. issues spelled out were not ago the city manager makea two candidates. But Mr. Voter, you can be assured congratulations Thursday to To serve their readers and advertisers better,
limited this that the CAA bloc is Elizabeth II the birthof invested than
merely to city forwardin Queen on newspapers in recent years have more
Sure, everybody loves dogs tremendous step what will be the policy of '
election but to school board determined to waste taxI her fourth child. $700 million in new plants and, equipment.
and children, including me ..-hl. the establishment of real Dr. Andrews and James Richardson .. .
i -well controlled that is): but elecUeSlS 11 ggeration r between the'county on this matter?
I why not put the children's commission election. one JS commission and the city Will they accept the status

right to grow up healthy first? Foster especially Brunson curious, who as to claimsto why of secondary! road money; quo? Will they dodge the Issue Rome Wasn't Built in a Day and.

Would you favor increasing be a "working man" who and then on last Thursday as they have so far? Or .
I licensee fees to $25 (and higher favors Richardson and An- night witness Mayor Win will they do something about

for unaltered females) to drews, is lined up with a take an equally tremendousstep this problem?
his inex- Come on, candidates, speak
.. nuisance backward with
for police pet
pay group of people who are opposed -
with and dutyto cusable and thoughtless at- clearly on this problem. Manyof
patrols power to vocational education.
impound obvious nuisanceson NEALE J.PEARSON tack on the salary of county us need to know.A. Gainesville Wasn't Built
I their own initiative, as in commissioners and all the .
traffic cases, to be recovered while you stand silent.
Irate SlurAt
by the owner only for another at Why do you watch politi- Chemical
?? GroupTo
license fee? BoardEditor cal opportunists week after

The odds on your vitory are County week attack and attempt to In A YearCommissioner
Hear Stol
destroy one of the finest municipal
16 to oh, the inconsideratepest Sun: As a longtime
owner is probably not citizen of Alachua County utilities systems in the
Dr. R. Carl Stoufer, assist-
United States? The Utilities
I would like to
registered anyway. express my
of chemistry at
ant professor
is the one depart
NAME WITHHELD surprise, anger and resent- Department
I ment at the backhanded slap ment in the city whose re- the University of Florida, will
I taken at commis- ord for the past 15 years has speak at a meeting of the Gain-
our county Edwin H. Andrews' opponent has been making
Old Guard'sRunning esville sub-section of the American .5 .
been of continuous
sioners by Mayor Byron one pro- Chemical Monday.He .
ScaredEDITOR Winn at the Jaycee Forum gress and improvement and Society .W extravagant claims about accomplishments, during the past year
last Thursday evening.Mr. stability; yet in the face of ig- will speak at a meetingto
Sun: Old Guard Winn's slurring remark norant and spiteful attacks be held at 8:15 p.m. in Leigh t while the City Commission has been under control of the CAA

member Marvin Gresham at- that the county commissioners you remain silent in its de- Hall Auditorium on the univer- Bloc vote. :
tacked the idea that the city are paid for doing fense. sity campus. .
commissioners should be Interested less work than do city com- Why do you watch the power His subject will be "Magnetic .
in vocational and missioners was most unfor- bloc on the City Commis- Properties of Cobalt II Com ..
adult education at the Old tunate. If he honestly feels sion pour the taxpayers mon- plexes." ..1
Guard meeting Feb. 18 at that the city commissioners ey down a rat hole with a
Buchholz Junior High School. should receive financial remu- law suit their attorneytold
neration he should have the them they cannot win? Cop Chase Is I BUT, THE TRUTH IS .
Gresham, in effect, would
courage to stand up and say They employ at enormous

I ',wash have vocational its the hands city of education any commission interestin or just thatMany of us who are not residents fees their Mr.political Earnest henchman Bartley ia, Family AffairAN All of the Following PROGRESSIVE Steps

of Gainesville feel the political science depart- FRANCISCO (AP-An:
adult other instance education.of This the is"tired an- that the present Board of ment, to help prepare this auto$ accident turned into a sort q c Were, Started Before 1963. -0 .. *

I. old blood" of this group. County Commissioners has case that they can't win. In of family affair.
given a wonderful example of the face of this obvious polit-
Their song is simply, "Helpus at ical payoff stand silentin The officer who made the report -
representative government you
developers and land specu- its best. These men have the defense of the peo of the hit-run accident was Planning for the $7,000,000 utility expansion.
lators make our bucks and proven that honest and able ple's interest.If Arlyn Bragg, while the police-
don't spend money foolishlyon sent to catch the driver;
? members of a board can workin really are sin-
the people." This fits in harmony and cooperationto cere in you your statement "We was Bragg's identical twin, Al- Planning for the $6,000,000 capital improvements program.
with their notion that industry
lyn Bragg.
bring progress and ad- like it here", why don't you
lured to this town is just something -
vancement to our county ev- abandon non combat- When the California Highway
to be exploited for their your Location of GE and Lab Here.
I _',benefit and not something with en though they may have hon ant role and discharge your Patrol became 'Involved, the Sperry, Entymology
est differences of opinion. obligations to do everything patrolman sent to the scene was
which to work in partnership
I The Gainesville City Commission possible to help Gainesville Al Bragg-their father. Efforts Federal
for the greater benefit of all to get a New Building.
would do well to
i the people. It never seems to
study the work of our County
to them to want to help
I our occur: youth move upward in Commission and attempt to Location of UF Medical School and VA Hospitals in Gainesville
emulate it. I have
,job opportunities and earning never seen I HIRED IT
powerand to stay in Gainesville any: evidence on the county
I to become contributing factionalism ana constant bickering THROUGH THE (Dr. Edwin H. Andrews traveled to Washington at least four

members of the community. that is the trademarkof WANT ADS times on special citizens' committees in successful efforts to get
Mr. Winn's City Commis-
,Modern industry more and .. -. the VA Hospital.)

.." more demands a high level of sion.The members of our coun-
technical skills, which it is the
commission should be
-- ty ap
obligation of the community to

,.,-- provide public educational for its people opportuni through plauded long as at they every continue opportunityso to How's That For Results? WHAT HAS THE CAA BLOC DONE?

serve well the citizens of
ties. We have not scratchedthe

.f the surface kinds of in vocational this county education of- this Mr. county.Winn's I unwarranted, for one, resent and It has blocked efforts of Sears-Roebuck to locate -

our children need to be thoughtless board. attack on this huge store here a store that would
I' 'employed in even the plants, GEORGE THOMAS I a

,laboratories close at hand. and hospitals have given hundreds of jobs, offered hundredsof

I In order to move ahead real- Questions Sun's'Passivity'

) listically to train our children results shopping conveniences and made Gainesvillea
t for the jobs right here in AJar get guaranteed
chua County and to show other -
r desirable industries that we EDITOR, Sun: How long do during truly regional shopping center.

have a really well-trained you, as our only local news-
working force of the kind they paper, intend to stand quiet. NATIONAL WANT AD MONTH
are seeking today, we need to ly by in a spirit of passivityand

t" .. get our city commissioners neglect your duties and I LETS' KEEP A MAN ON THE COMMISSION
J. county commissioners, school obligations to the citizens of
board, local employers and this community? 4 lines
I Who by his long years of service HAS SHOWNhe

10 days is for a progressive city, who HAS SHOWN

AT WALD -NOW AT MELROSESpecil i $2 : he is for pushing to provide good jobs for


Azalea, Camellas, Hollys, Gardenias, and if you are not *. Gainesville citizens instead of pushing them

f i -... and Flowering many Shrubs other evergreen. Shade shrubs.fir Fruit Trees call satisfied us. We with will the run results your out of their homes into public welfare housing.

Japanese Magnolia Deep Pink 3' 2.99 od
Flowering Cherry Trees Golden Rain Trees

II H Hibiscus, Quince or Double Spirea . . 50c 6 More Times 'FREE!

This Is A 2-Week Sell-Out Sale i I IT'S TIME TO LAY IT ON THE LINE!

I. '

.. PRICES ALL CUT ABOUT HALF \ ';" : _. Commissioner Andrews Has Pushed Progress

1 Beautiful Flowering DOGWOOD or ", .t' :' The CAA-Bloc Vote Has Blocked
.:. ROSEBUD, 4-5 ft., 3 yr., $2..50. to \ : ProgressReElect
I FREE $3.50 value, FREE wfch purchase of ,

$5.00 or more. .
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OPEN Daily and 'Sunday 1 to 6 P.M. j
Who Thinks For Himself

i '.', JORDAN'S NURSERYComing Instead of FROM a '
Edwin H. Andrews
East Turn Right of PERRY'SSundries Minority Experimental I j

I Flow Signs to Nursery (i
,a About 3 Blocks. I Classified Dept. 372-8441 :

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s'Galnesvile: Sun Friday, March ''13, 1964

H' : Illumfn Hospital Auxiliary Luncheon Given r Davis-Fedison Ddt Set- t .: ,

Wedding plans are announced men will include David C.!fHefl1thJand :le.Jpt ted Sees d

.4..nAw. .w.., today for the marriage of Gray Terry Bursch, Daniel C. I ithel U iversity-tof Florida Mast
Miss Virginia Kay Davis, I Rasmussen, John L. Ward.and i Mayh employedaaphysi

daughter of Dr.. ,a n d Mrs. I the bride's brothers, Robert W. I:cal ,therapist at tfie.JJemdria
ll\ THE George K. Davis, and John y.Davis and George. William Da-]''Hospjtw 'ill'-S asota, .

dY Matthew Fedison, son of Mr. vis.The The jbridegr om-elect, now interning

t ...--.. $3 Yy and Mrs. John Fedison of Hack- engagement ,of :MissDa; at SL; Petersburg High

...e'-. ". ,,. 1f kv .: r ensack, N. J. vis and Mr. Fedison' was, an- School, will*be..graduated mApril
4 Y :'fYV .e The nuptials will be solem- nounced last fall' during' X f rom :1he.,amity ,ofE1oiidk
nized April 21 at '8:30 p.m. in family dinner.- : (vitWaegreecln! bache'lor -

flt fAfflIL s the First PresbyterianChurch. The bride-to-be, who was''; of. I!science. :..- -.4'_.. .

41 .I {i lB Dr. U. S. Gordon, pas- :graduated from the College oft' i ,t .... ... I
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Waller will perform the cere- ... ,
.4 : Ruth WeimerWomen's __:pLraN mony. : ': .
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A reception will follow in ''I.- ...
I Fellowship HalL '!{' !:
: The bride will be attendedby ? MISv ".t, .-.' ..--- -.. .
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Brides'Book her sisters, Miss Dorothy .
i E Jean Davis of Washington, D. :DiCcle-,
.- .. C., maid of honor, and Miss t .- -
Ruthanna Marie Davis of Gain- .b'x tG COMFORT
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: esville and :Miss Mary Ellen WIT: :THE,
/' I f Mf/h .r'LYRt t! q,6nik Davis of Tavares, as brides- btI

1.1 maids, and Mrs. John L. Ward r zT : 'RevolutionaryWONDERS'; J .

SATURDAY, March 14 and Mrs. David C. Gray as *'

Coffee complimenting Miss bridesmatrons.Mr. : E.
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Dttdida: Kopelowitz, bride-elect :E6 # A: 0, Fedison will serve as e '---- -, .'-.
w.ixaw w w A
oQfictor: Schneider, 10:30 a.m. best man for his son. Grooms- Miss Virginia Kay Davis .
-- --- -- ---- ----- insole thatsupports
o I until noon, Mrs. Mitchell BauxnstSg I
Mrs. M. I. R u d dermanamtMrs.
'I Gerald A. Rudderman HURRY-Spring! Is Here! for foot curve., curve ;

J h tesses at the B a u mstein

) hffiie, 2009 NW 32nd Terrace. Not many days left for safe, t
I M ;h A- 'Z5fxi5lit+?Wi I successful spring Planting
.4ru n c h e o n complimenting
MS_ Karen Owens. bride to- Pictured from left to right, Mrs. Meigs Haggerty, Mrs. Edward Byrne, E. H. Clarkson, Mrs. Frank Lee.
:1 bOf Robert R. Rowe, 12:30 Officers of the Alachua Gen- en gift from the auxiliary. viding adequate facilities for psychiatric emergencies.He .

PA, Mrs. W. C. Holland and eral Hospital Auxiliary were Others introduced were E. H. Gainesville and the county. said the "Open Unit," (no I Euonymous Alatus
A{= R. R. Beauchamp, at the named at the annual spring CSarkson, new administrator of locked doors) will be practicedin I Viburnum Suspensum
former's home, 405 NW 29th luncheon held Wednesday at the the hospital; Mrs. Allen Y. De- Psychiatric wing a homelike atmosphere. Viburnum Tlnus C

sGt. hospital cafeteria. Laney, hospital careers' chair Mr. Clarkson announced that Mrs. M. T. Capo was in Viburnum 50 o!
XQhner honoring Miss Anne man for the Association of Flor- final plans have been approvedand Adoratissimum v. j
Those who elected and charge of 1 u n c heon arrange-
Purvis, her fiance, and Billie ida Hospital Auxiliaries, Sidney work begun on the Psy- ments. eo. (
will be Installed at the In Gallon Cans
Martin Dr. and
Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jack- Henry Lyons chiatric Wing of the Hospital,

o sfliyille, Mr. and Mrs. Earl meeting are: Dr. William Wharton. which will have 22 beds at a cost (Advertisement) I I

I Ptwcrs..luncheon. Mrs. Edward Byrne, pres- Mental Health ProgramThe of $75,000. The Auxiliary has AZALEASI

I honoring Miss AnnePQCfis ident; Mrs. Meigs Haggerty, earned $5,000 toward furnish- SLINGSHOT JUMPER

; fiancee of Billie Nugent first vice president; Mrs. John program, entitled "Men ings for the unit, and $3,893 Giant 3 to 5 Feet $ 99EACH I
I Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, Bennett, second vice president; tal Health Facilities in Alachua from the Sabin Oral Sundays is NEWEST .

I r lO> p.m. Mrs. R. M. Cham- Mrs. H. P. Constans, recording County," was presented by Mrs. available for additional furnish- TEENAGE CRAZE Loaded With BulbsFLOWERING
berttn, Miss Linda Chamberlin, secretary; Mrs. R. D. WalkerJr. ings. I
Byrne, chairman :Mr.
program ; ]
corresponding secretary,
I M. Cecil Love and Miss Jo
Martin, representing the Ala- The new unit also will include Sweeping the home / WidthsWhite
Inn. Mrs. Henry Ford, treasurer, sewing i 1!
NSTLove, Holiday
; chua Associationfor two large day rooms and a con- market is the latest design :
his- County .
and Mrs. James' Lackey, ( ,
Luncheon honoring Miss Lu- only. .
ference in
torian. Mental Health; Dr. Wharton, room for group thera- jumpers called the "sling-
: ciaone Pirenian bride-elect of shot. Deep "V" in front DOGWOOD and only 12.99
; Rotrert William Decker of Mia Mrs. Frank Lee, president: introduced member of the County Health py.Dr.. Henry Lyons and sides account for this rr ,

: ; Shores, 12:30: p.m., Mrs. J. N. Anderson, Harry Department S t a If; Mr. Clark- on the history gave of Pyschia-a report unusual name. A must for 2 to 12 Feet ,, .. .,B-L SHOE DEPT. .
) son, Administrator, and Dr. Lyons
Edwards Marvin Gresham and. wardrobe.
Del J. Mase and her daugh- tric Units in general hospitals. every ? { i
staff member of the Ala
Herb Stevens Trus-
Marcia Mase Hospital
I terMiss ,
The first was established in Gilberg's, The House of
chua General
vflg_ Golf and Country. .tees, and presented each a tok- Hospital.Dr. I 1924 and 1,000 Fabrics is I
only 176 were in oper- featuring 69C TOHILLCREST
i Wharton discussed the be- ation by 1945. There are now this new slingshot fashion l3efL eJ

111J ginning of the Community Men- over 800 such units in general from many different pattern .

= Memorial Fund tal Health program, which is op hospitals throughout the coun- Me companies.Calls Included are: THE STORE WITH MORE ,

!' erated by the A1 a chua County try, including 16 units in Flori and Butterick., Simplicity See them, Vogue at NURSERYHawthorne Gainesville Shopping Center

\ Addition of $90 to the Lydia dent; Mrs. Wayne Farrell, Health Department.The da.Dr. your local Gilberg's storeat Use Your Charge '
EZToote Memorial Fund of the:Mrs. Dan Meaders, Mrs. El- Lyons cited this type unitas Road just East of Hillcrest Cemetery
which began in 106 N. Our
program Washington or Layawoy
t j Aftrtiua County .Pharmaceutical bert Voss.- and, Mrs. Jerri Dol- 1957 with preventative measures the principal way to deal with I I

Auxiliary was announced at lar.Guests and was staffed with two psy- I
the Tuesday night meeting of included Miss Jo
chologists, has grown to a pres-
the organization. This amount I Ann Tuggle, Miss Karen Lee
ent staff of three psychologists,
was raised during the aux Peters, Miss Betty Ann Wilkin, i
one mental health worker, one
iliary's recent rummage sale. ,Mrs. Carolyn S. Perkins, Miss
psychiatric social worker, and
Hostesses for the m e e ling Lilia Monies and Mrs. Olgo
three part time psychiatric
wire Mrs. Werner Lauter and Wejebe, all students of the UF
consultants. This will work GRAND SWEEP
Mrs. W. L. Copelan who enter- College of Pharmacy, and Mrs: closely with the"new 'Psychia-
tanned( at the latter's home. Reba Duncan, Mrs. F. E.
triq Wing at Alachua General
Following a short business Huston. :f' lS: A Hospital :

meeting, a fashion show entitl- The April meeting, which will
ed, "How Easy to Pack for the be a supper honoring husbandsof The program has grown to in-
\\torld's Fair," w,<*s presented. 'members, is scheduled at clude education counseling and
[Ensembles tram Cherry's fea- the home of Mrs. Earnest L. baby clinics. Listed among the

tured the new synthetic fabrics Campbell. needs for a more complete program *"r.
in prints and plain colors Hostess committee m e m- are an out- patient program :
and emphasized light weight bers assisting Mrs. Campbellwill and a new unit to accom- : /n ,

fashions, which resist wrinkles, be Mrs. Charles Haupt, modate the short term patientDr. ht t t .. .
moths and are wash and wear. Mrs. Lacey Tayor, Mrs Wharton''reported that due "
,\ Models were Mrs. Charles George Montgomery and Mrs. to community efforts, a good

I Cherry:' auxiliary presi- Voss. start has been made toward pro- I i :i ':: .::

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\ I Friday,'March 13,1964' Gainesville Sun .,

f f.:y >.a Engineers' Fair Opens; YOU CAN BE AN

es., Barge Canal Is FeaturedPicture EARLY

"I ZC ( on Page 1)) al locks. plays will receive cash 1
. The University of Florida The fair centers attention on awards. Judges to determine I BIRD
'ineers' Fair opens its an- coming trends in engineering, the winners will represent engineering
al weekend stand tonightat and what engineering is doingto firms from all over I '
.a yt Y'AN benefit modern man. the state. '' ,.
three-day event will be A model "hot cell" which The United States, Air Forceis AND SAVE \,:
en to the public until 9:30: employs mechanical hands to sponsoring the display of an -_,. night; from 2-9:30: p.m. to- I:h and 1 e radioactive material "Agena A" rocket engine, similar UP TO 250 -- :
and 2 to 8 Sun-
orrow p.m. from behind a protected barrier -to the one used in the Discoverer -
\ f .y- will be exhibited by nuclear space series.
f wide of exhibits WHEN
A array engineering students. The Engineers' Fair is spon-
e t mbining. scientific skill and The electrical engineers will sored by the student chapter of
owmanship will be seen ate Socie-
the Benton Engineering
demonstrate a tracking station HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONYOU
College of Engineering, due I ty.
I similiar to those used in
l uth of Florida Field on the
tracking spacecraft. The mod-
t F Campus.
el unit can trace visible objects INCOME TAX
Featured among the exhibits MUST FILE ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1st
a travelling through the sky. I WITH ALACHUA COUNTY TAX ASSESSORJ.
' 11 be a model of the Floridaossstate GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS
In addition to the student exhibits -
Barge Canal. The PIERCE
] y" s.. 19 industrial engineering
del, constructed by civil en-
I films are displaying items in i
V ,. ''eering students, includes aI 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
; .
the fair. dis-
m and spillway, reservoir I The top student J

jas, a map of the canal .
ute and a replica of the can-

Mangled car in which a Massachusetts couple were killed.

i 1 Inquest Into Williston Americans NO' IFS ANDS OR BUTTS! :

Guy Shy? -

Fatal Crash Continued Army WASHINGTON'believes the(AP)assassination -The- NO TWIN TICKET POLITICS!

of President Kennedy has ,
created an American revulsionto
: BRONSON An inquest con terday morning was continued testimony of two witnesses to the -
guns and that this attitude is
1:1 cerning the deaths of a Massa- by the Levy County Judge yes- accident. its civilian marksmanship

chusetts couple in Williston \es- terday afternoon after hearing John- A.. -Kennedy- and. .IUS'. hurting program. -I NO DOUBLE PAY TO VOTE ONE WAY! ..

wife, Clara R., both 67, were Tte Army offers no statisticsto
\ Radio Changing Format- killed when their car collided back up its belief, but, in a ....
1.\ general way, it has testified to
with a truck carrying concrete
Trend Toward More Talk Congress that public sentimentis
: I blocks at the intersection of U.S. SAVE SUPPORT ELECT
f turning away from the gun.
41 and U.S. 27 inside the
NEW YORK (AP-While tele- grams-and lots of music. The testimony was given last
vision has been attracting most Now, however, radio seems to I ton city limits. Jan. 29 and released today by

i II of the attention as a stimulating be re-emerging as a real competitor -i The driver of the truck, the House Appropriations sub-
r visitor in American households in entertainment. It has James P. Johnson, 54, of Dun- committee on defense.
I good old radio has carved itself:' discovered again what the nellon, was charged with fail-
a special place as a comfortable industry calls "talk shows."
ure to yield the right of way by RICHARDSONQUALIFIED
: home companion. Several radio stations have making a wrong change of AppreciativeDENVER JIM

I Radio has concentrated on changed or are planning to lanes. He was released on bond, AP-Harold Pol-
; service: frequent news pro- switch from popular and prof- pending outcome of the inquest. (
lock, 70, a retired accountant,
itable pews and music program-
ming to news and conversation, The accident occurred about lived in Mrs. Eunice West's
I 1 Navy Oivns news and interviews and news 8:45 a.m. at an intersection apartment. building for the last TO SERVE ALL THE PEOPLE
and comedy. known as "the top of the hill. 10 years.A

; Ship Sunk Many stations also have experimented Mrs. Kennedy was alive when bachelor, he liked to watch
I with drama. They television on her set.
1 100 Yrs. Ago were surprised and delighted by taken from the scene, but was I'
the audience response. pronounced dead on arrival at Pollock died last Dec. 6, leav- YOUR CHOICE FOR INDEPENDENT VOICE
t Alachua G e n eral Hospital in ing a $428,915 estate mostly in
"The in radio for some Gainesville. stocks. Records in Denver
Navy has decided that the USS years had been to provide back-
County: Court showed Thursdayhe
Harvest Moon "is not essential ," radio is believed to
ground listening a executive Kennedy, who
left all but $12,500 to Mrs.
t !I' to the defenses of the United said. "Now, on many, have died instantly, was pinnedin WesL
States." stations, there is a real effort the wreckage for three hours
'I I,1 As a matter of fact, the Harvest to provide material for what before his body could be re
Moon hasn't been essentialfor you might call foreground lis moved. Florida Highway Patrol
about 100 years since a tening. troopers and Levy County sher-
home-made Confederate mine "That means talk programs. iff's deputies worked with crow '1: '
sank it near' Georgetown, SIJ., They produce listeners who bars to free his body.

Somehow,the Navy never,got really listen. This, in turn, is -
around to ending,its,legal,qwn- attractive to sponsors." I Judge Anderson heard, the testimony .. "Advertisingruined .

ership of the flagship until fivers A New York City station, of two unable troopers to yester-I! .>i '" ,, ..,... ... ; '
I re-discovered the hulk under WOR, has been so successful day, but was :: '
I. a covering of mud last year and with its concentration on news touch with two eyewitnesses. :
a group requested permission to and talk that it expanded the reported this morning that the
It I\ salvage relics of the wreck for I II format to 22Vi hours out of every inquest probably will be held '
I historical purposes 24. next week. r

:deputy Vice chief Adm.of John raval {s'l\'eter.\-\, :
,for logistics, has taken action to I i I
release claim to tne &....;to : mybusiness" ,
I, .view of salvage efforts ,by!;the
:group, Southern Explorations I .
I Association, Inc. University of Illinois :

I He the recommend Navy Paul H.td'Secretaryof ,Nitze the Develops Revolutionary ._ :'; I
t ,issuance of a "declaratio i* of New TV Antenna :
'abandonment," saying the Navy I 7 7I sFy 9z
: :no longer has an interest ift'the I ?

.ship except for liistorical reasons ..
I and that the Harvest Moon

I cannot be considered essential I ::-...
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1Ip 1-1I China Pressures in South AsiaEDITOR'S Service News -ally Fleet favorable by takes units Caribbean advantage of the weather Atlantic,of- the to

Army Pvt. John H .King 1063 graduate of Lincoln High conduct amphibious landings

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Thlisti.dent 24.<< Tension was heightened in I Jr., whose parents live at 802 School, and was employed by. and flight training operations.

J, quiz in World Affairs Is the relationship betweenthe SW Eighth St, completed an Gondor Precision Corp., Gaines: "'The Division of Plant Industry, state
: being conducted ia Alachoa ,United States and Red China Department of Agriculture. Room sea
eight-week light vehicle driver ville, before entering the: Scagle BuDding Galnesviilt, Florida*
County schools and is sponsored when the Communists bombarded course at Fort Jackson, S. C. will receive sealed bids for 4800 gal.
f II which is Army. Ions Dowtume W-8S. SoJlfum u or
'J by the Son. Answers are Quemoy, recently. equivalent, packed In 30 gallon drama
1 available from teachers, and 1. a U.S. base ia the,Philippines only, not later than 11:00 a. m. Fri
day. March 20 164. Material to be
i will not be published. A world During the eourse King received I delivered and unloaded at our winter

(r affairs quiz for Son readers, 2., the seat of Chiang Kai- instruction in the use William R. Miller, aviation (31 Haven<<1) 3:6.office"13

with answers is published shek's Nationalist ChI n e s e and maintenance ,of vehicles structural mechanic first class,

.. Thursdays. _ra. _.r. .... .r..r..r ..rte..... government with a rated capacity of less USN, son of Mrs. Eunice C. 'Furniture That's A Joy
; than four and one-half tons Miller of 206 NW Tenth St., is To Un Whli"
13. Border fighting between India 1. pro-Western elementshave Communist regime I 3. an offshore island inhabited and in motor in 0
15. Red China has staged an pool organization.King participating p e ation
Nationalist Chinese
'f and Red China broke out aggressive campaign to gain taken over the govern- 2. is regarded as the West's by Springboard while serving with WALKERFURNITURt
: in 4. seaport in the new entered the in October
an area called "the roof of I a key Army -
control of Laos, Cambodia and ment \ best friend in Southeast Asia Patrol Squadron IS ia the Car'
the world"l' Federation of Malaysia 1963 and completed basic STORE
Viet Nam, which once were partof 2. three-fourths of Laos is in 3. was slain in a' military I ibbean area. I
5. the capitol of South Viet at Fort Gordon .
1. In the Himalaya Mountains training Ga. I U NW ttfc 4.. Fft.. I1J.4Uf
the of
empire Communist hands coup in 1963 We nnaac What We Mlr
Nam The 20-year-old soldier is a! The operation conducted annu
'. 1. The Netherlands 3. the leaders of the coalitionare 4. lost a January election .
2. on the Yunnan Plateau
2. Britain
in exile to a neutralist opponent
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3. in the Dolomites Mountains 3. Spain
4. Laos has entered into a 5. has ordered all U.S. military
4. Germany '
Communist federation men to leave Viet Nam
4. along the Great Wall 5. France pro -

5. in the Ural Mountains 16. Under agreements reachedin 'with Cambodia 23. More than 15,000 U.S. mili- A <.. ", .
14. The Indian-Chinese border Geneva in 1954, 5. Laos has entered into a tary advisers have been sent to 84 CABS :

fighting ended when I 1. Cambodia became inde- pro-Western federation with South Viet Nam. Many of them

India relinquished all claims pendent South Viet Nam wear the green-beret, symbol of

I I to the Laos became the u.s.
disputed territory I 2. independent
18. The operation of Viet Cong
2. a U.N. force moved in and 3. Viet Nam was partitioned 1. Paratroopers
guerrilla fighters, whose bands =
established 4. all of the above 2. Special Forces '
a shaky peace happened :
make continual raids .in South :
: 3. the Chinese called for a 5. none of the above happened 3. 2nd Armored Division ,, --. -----. -. .- r'
directed North
Viet Nam, is by
4. Fleet
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Viet Nam's President ': : "
of had 17. Under 5. 3rd Army .
part the territory they an agreement Dinh'Nhti -
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overrun I'reached in 1962, Laos was to 2. Souvanna Phouma : ::: .

f 4. India, with the help of'become a neutralist state witha 3. Duong Van Minh .'"

British troops, turned back a I' coalition government, but today 4. Ho Chi Minh .-... .'
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Females Mix i of Southeast Asia is "the 1stVS .-. ,. ..
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1. President
,f NEW YORK (APBeauty) and I Southern Methodist' =W Umveri 2. President de Segni Gaulle I J ';,..=' '
and electronic brains mix very 1 :;;
3. President Johnson o. .
t well at a giant computer com sity.The ; 1 "
4. Prime Minister Douglas- ,
science of 0' ,
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p, females" tell the mathematical been described as the ana tt '
5. Chancellor Erhard
"' monsters what to do. lyzing of problems and reduc- .. : J;
20. Western leaders have ex-
T A is dark- them to which
I prime example ing sequences
pressed hope that the new Fed-
blonde, blue-eyed Diana Rode, the computer can understand.For eration of Malaysia will be an .J.
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aid to Asian stability. The Fed- .

example, suppose a machine '
Pembroke who is a systems engineer eration
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for International
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form command like the .0
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salt" .' ,'
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qualify as a model, has conducted It's a matter of painstakingdetail Cambodia : rtf
,, seminars for brain -:,}..... .\;
f surgeons : Extend right hand over 3. is made up of three former ,-.-
and worked on physics projects table. Poise right hand over French colonies Life Insurance that Is. (Same

with university professors. shaker. Lower right hand to 4. includes South Viet Nam good deal as State Farm car,In*

i Most of the women in IBM shaker. Close right hand on and Burma surance.) State Farm's new line

I technical and professional jobs, shaker-and so on, until the op- 5. includes Indonesia and of life Insurance gives you' a .

such as systems engineers or eration is completed.Miss the Philippines choice of 20 policies with loadsof

I programmers, are graduates of 21. Contributors to Britain's new features for up-to-date

such schools as Vassar, Carle- Rode, a native of Bristol Colombo plan, program of economic protection at down-to-earth

ton College, Barnard, Stanford Conn., said Wednesday that aid to Asia, include five costs. For full details, tee yoar
in her job it is a matter of western nations and friend for OIl.

knowledge, judgment and "a 1. Japan

High Mason little bit of feminine intuition. 2. Formosa RALPH "
Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida 5. the Philippines
the Statutes undersigned.notice Is BENTLY hereby &given RICHARD that 22. South Viet Nam's President 117 N.E. 16th Ave. Last Day Saturday March 14

Given Price TAYLOR, doing business under, the Ngo Dinh Diem PHONE FR 2-0444 ,
firm name of TAYLOR & SON 305S.
E. 72nd St., (Mall) Rt. No. 2 Boxa00T. 1. has established a proIN ;
Thomas James Price, Gaines- Gainesville Alachua County. SUII fAU "t'; sponsored by
Florida. Intends to register said fictItious THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
ville, was awarded the highest name under the provisions of the JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLOR. '
aforesaid Statute. IDA. IN PROBATE.IN '
Gainesville Auto Dealers AssociationHAS
i degree in the York Rite of Gainesville Alachua County. Florida. RE: ESTATE OP /NSUSANCe.
I Intends to register said fictitious name ARTHUR SERVOS
Freemasonry, the designation under the provisions of the aforesaid I Deceased.TO .
r' of Knight of the York Cross of Statute. I ALL CREDITORS AND PER State Farm Ufa InsuranCe Company,
Dated at Gainesville Florida, this SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Home Office:Bloomington,IffinoU.
I Honor today. 11th day of March A. D., 1944. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: i
(MRS.) BENTLY TAYLOR You and each of you are hereby not(
(3U1) 3:13. 20. 271 4:3 fied and required to present any
The degree is only
claims and demands which you, or
i on those who have held the IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY either of you. may have against the
; highest office in each of the IN PROBATE.IN late of said County, to the County
I RE: ESTATE OF Judge of Alachua County Florida, at -
four bodies of the rite. LILLIE F. HART, his office In the court house of said

Price is a Past District Deputy ALL Deceased.TO CREDITORS. AND PER. the County six first calendar at publication Gainesville months of,from this Florida notice.the, time within Each of THE HOUSING ORDINANCE? DO YOU KNOW WHY THEY DISTORT THE
OR DE. )
Grand Master of the Grand MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: claim or demand shall be In writing,
I and shall state the place of residenceand
Florida for the 12th You and each of you are hereby notIfied
Lodge of post office address of the claimant -
and required to present TRUTH
be to the
and shall sworn by
: Masonic District. He served as ther claims of and demands have which against you the or ei- claimant, his agent, Ms attorney, and
you may estate
: Master of Gainesville Lodge of of LILLIE F. HART, deceased.late any such claim or demand not so filed
shall be void.
Masons in 1941; High Priest of Judge of of said Alachua County County to ,the Florida.County at -EILEEN administrator 6. SERVOSAs of the Estate THE HOUSING ORDINANCEIS
Mason his office In the court house of said
Gainesville Royal Arch
28. 1964
; County at Gainesville. Florida, withinsix First publication February
in 1940; Master of Gainesville calendar months from the time of (3126) 2:28; 3:6. 13 20MORTGAGE AIMED AT THIS Jl >
I the first publication of this notice.
i Council, Royal and Select Masters Each claim or demand shll be In MONEY
writing and shall state the place of
Commander of
I in 1963; residence and post office address of 5V4% INTEREST
Pilgrim Commandery, Knights the claimant, and shall be sworn to by TERMS TO 25 YEARSBUYBUILDREFINANCE
the claimant his agent, his attorney
Templar, in 1944. and any such claim or demand not so CALL SLUM "HOUSES"
flied shall be void.J. RENTAL
Price was elected to membership As administrator of the Estateof
in Florida Priory and LILLIE F. HART, deceased 825 N.W. 13th STREET
First publication February 28, 1944 PH. FR 22511Professionally
his election confirmed by Con-, (3119) 2.2J 3:i, 13. 20.

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What's your problem? For a genera ty o START WINNING A FBJ)6XMESJ
reply writ. to Abby, lox 3365. .

. Mistaken Child! Beverly Mills Calif. 'OZI%, .and 0 y

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Abby answers all maiL )

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ask tall .z
I am 16 years old and five months pregnant. The father of DEAR ABBY: Why do all the little sawed-off At-l'LLTAKEITIN DOLLARSVOD NEED A FREIGHT MILLIONAIRES DOtS ) FIFE CEWTS-
I 'my baby is marrying me pretty soon, but neither of us wants women for dates? I am a woman who is 5' 8", and it seems QUARTERS TRAIN TO CARPS BANK IT AND OUST
'the baby. We can't afford it and, besides I don't want to stay that all the runty men want to date me I have gone out with ALLTMATTINJ// TAKE ENOUGH

,married to this boy the rest of my life. (Just long enough to men half a head shorter than myself because I didn't know y F d FOR A WEEK'S

have the baby.) I am wondering if one of your readers wants a how to turn them down without hurting their feelings. Don't I EXPENSES

I baby. If they pay my hospital bill, they can have mine. they realize that a woman feels ridiculous walking down the CI::
MADE A MISTAKE street with a man who is shorter than herself? Please put this

BAR MADE: Get in touch with your Family Service in your,column, Abby, so those little squirts will pick on some- Z

'j Agency or a reputable adoption agency. They conduct a one their own size.
J thorough: investigation of all applicants who wish to adopt LIKES 'EM TALL =

.L,j ,babies in order to assure the babies of good homes. You've already <
made one mistake. I urge you not to make another by DEAR LIKES: It may surprise you 4at not all
would kitten to share point of view. A short man. + asks a tall
handing: over your baby as you a puppy or a women your
anyoae_who has a few dollars. woman for a date is paying her a great compliment. He as- 4 i fen
*" sumes that she has the intelligence to measure a man for what

1DEAR he is-not for how much of him there appears to be.
ABBY: I am 14 and I hate school. How do I get
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kicked out?
DEAR SICK: School haters need advice on bow to stay in, CONFIDENTIAL TO J. R.: A man who Is pulling his own = AN*LOOK FER VESTIDDV DOLLS WIF ME / AW, I

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:WASHINGTONPresid e n t of going on at 11 o'clock on noon, which should have given as attendant at the Veterans + ,, ,tl; nr f '; !((1! AND WHAT MEANWHILE. IM AF CA.'ltflN1tf.E Wt'RE TO rSC: ETlY T eVACUEE M1>>ION-

I Johnson's press conference of Saturday morning, as he did the him a TV rating of .3 or one Hospital in Denver. 3 t STEVE, I IT CAN PO A* CteCK. CUT A 5ToaY AWES: AND RED ARCFERATION5 !
last Saturday afternoon was con- previous week, he selected the :out of every 800,000 homes in "My search for qualified women 13 > 70 REFRESH RIOT SQUAD ...WA5HJN3TOM ACROSS WE BCR- COMMANDOS!... SEEM TO AUTCH/BUT
sidered one of his best. Instead prime time of 3:30 in the afterCROSSWORD the country.To in government continues. Z YOUR MIND ABOUT SAYS A REV.YEER OER FROM OUR, -f; 7T 7W THAT AJCSi-E 60 SEE THEM AND!
am happy announce ;
-- make sure the Presidentwouldn't I- DENT Ar{ HBvRf HAPPY J'j1i
MAD MAR HOST Mrs. Gisella Meally has agreedto '
have too large an audience '
I PUZZLE OR 1 F l CE OMER become an upstairs maid at !
the press conferencewasn't
DEVELOP WERE the White House, and I have ap-
.: ACROSS A C O N PEW CE. announced until noon of pointed Mrs. Carlton Peabody as : .
!9.AgentJ the same Saturday. And thento '
Impuba L A T F I L A M E N T assistant cook at Blair House.
31. attOD. make sure that not
:7.Pert to a everyone
P A C F U T E Miss Harriet dingpeaches has
GreatLake 32.Zeppe11u. who tuned him in would listento
IZ.Reddjelightly 33.Salary A R I L F E D the press conference the agreed to serve as a babysitterat
3.. SPINSTER ACE Oak Tenn. Mrs. P. K. '
river Ridge
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President spent the first nine W '
37.Devoured H I M EAT U N A L Wratmg-bottom, a prominent i
minutes announcing appointments fi
14.bpoJtu38..Peacock A C o R S T A M I N A Kansas City,,matron has been Th _
he had made quoting
llates butterfly R A 5 E T E L A M O n appointed chairman of the cat
'16.One 39.Coatainlaa-, P L EA ERE Eii from Dow-Jones averages, statistics at Thomas Jefferson High
Indefinitely tire of the.National Association pool
--1T.zbytwar 44.Prove fabe SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE I of Purchasing Agents and School. you know, Kl1L'cr PUT FINE, NTELUScNT so SvE BaEN r.1
... goC45.: .Glandular I'the cost of living index for Janu- "New den mothers for the WIJ SET OUT OFntINGS: : IN rolZ IaA; :> THAT'SWrf tzusaw o
18.Crumb enlargement 2.Digit 6.Be in want 'I Cub. Scouts in Washington, D. : ::1 NDINTOVVHA1'fl' AND VWU. SST FING / TM TEUS
19.Arms 46.Dirks 3.Baring efectrjre : of ary.But C., are as follows: Mrs. Sam- YOU lNTeWGEN'r THINGSOOT'CF SO S7UP.D! GREASY ru".T''
21.Charles-. 47.Shoe organ '.ilnssionGibson I you can't keep up this uel Lgphan, Mrs. John Lindsay L.l rr ,
*. workman *of smell 8.Creek kind of exciting news forever, .Mrs. Benjamin Bradlee, ..... sn
23.Spartan 4.Jungle 9.Preposition and the fear in Washington is Mrs., Edward Streator, and Mrs. <
klng25Maket- DOWN lO.Jacob'oon that the President if he contin-
1.E.Ind. 11.Robin's Carleton, Kent. ., r llMf 112
ues Saturday confer- c
-predoui weight 5.Hotel home "I have set up several new
15. :ences, will soon run out of hard
Conveyance Presidential committees. My

J 2 S 14 S 6 7" 10 II news. first committee will make a :
20.19.Bumpkin We hate to imagine what will study of my war-on-electricity E-t r t w
13 Oriental a.
c ix happen 20 Saturdays from today program. The committee will .

t 1S 22.potentate Roman if the President keeps up advise me on how we can eli- : /r\ .fq

bronze this pace. minate electric light bulbs in

0. ft a 17 I/ 24.Sterling: "Good afternoon ladies and the United States without hurt-

to V'// 21 Zf3d 'I'II. // abbr. :gentlemen. I have ,a few tog the economy. I have also WHAT HARM WOULP \ ITU JUST 56 f PLEASE HERE-1Z J *- m / V/j / '/; 26.Prescribe I announcements to make. My appointed a committee to makea Z FLEW POWMSONMIV6U j THERE 6E W WC/5 BN6y TDC&H ON TiE NEEPNT KNOW/I COut)\Wits! US IF HE FOUND OU
tt z" daughter Luci her cocktail
13t 114J. U passed alge- of parties as
30.Harangues bra examination and Lynda has they affect our unemployment 1 it HER ROOM AT HER..
.U >> 3 '.Im 34.Tails been invited to a dance next situation. = ,

T r 35.Arab week in Annapolis. I wish to announce "1 have one more announce-
seaport several important ap- ment. I am happy to report +f ..1Q

24 3S: 3i ;'1 0 36.burden Beast of pointments. I am appointing that I am closing down the I
38.Citizens of John L. McQuade as night por- Post Office Department, which I r'1f
49 43
39 :;': abbr. ter at the Sitting Bull, Wyo. will save the American tax C Up 3

44. 4S 40.Falsehood courthouse for a four-year term.I payer $235 million.
/ 41.Girl's name am reappointing George Mar- "I would now like to read 1

46 41 IJ 42.Compete tin as a guard at Leavenworth the census figures for 1964 state t

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Friday, March 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun H
Career Rise 'Seven Days in May'-Cinematic Ditto -- i, -

Keeps CarolOnToes DINING &

Of Best-Seller by Knebel and Bailey ENTERTAINMENT

/ ,By DAVE SMITHHOLLYWOOD Ntm UnrIt = I and Louis B. Mayer put his gogue or a demagogic move- helmer has put it with-deadlyand ; f

By BOSLEY foot down on making it into a ment rising to take over the devastating aim. ( aursuiIe aifijf Wt
(AP) Carol NEW YORK -Ever Here"I film, people in Hollywood have government of the United States.
Lawrence is a busy little_body clair Lewis wrote his flirted with the grim but tanta- It tells, of course, a story of

these days, frantically tryingto ing "It Can't Happen lizing plot device of a dema- Not many readers may re- what might happen in Washington -
keep up with the career member "Keeper of the if a powerful and popularair Ex-Truck Driver Hits Top R

,, her role force general instituted a .
surge brought on by A President Tested Flame," which was Metro- GoldwynMayer's A
in the musical drama "W est plot to overthrow the govern-
cautious redressof ment and the president got wind With
t Side Story. its previous avoidance of the of it. Wheels turn with ominous Sophisticated Comedy '404
"And you' know what? she ugly theme, but that picture i JM
desperation in the White House I
says, "I'm dead oh my feet. treated the subject of an Amer- and Pentagon. Couriers are spedto By DAVE SMITH ics and the way they react
Soo-o-o tired. The dark eyed,
ican facist movement back in
: when I "Some Like it "
raven-haired beauty droops: vis- far places to ferret out the HOLLYWOOD (APIf the saw Hot.

ibly," just thinking about it. 1943.The elements of the plot. Presentlythe critics like him, peachy, and if I Now that was a great movie, I
and I rise of an incipient Am- president and the generalare they don't, it's no skin off Roy I realize, but you know, I didn't I
She has been touring I- erican Hitler was powerfully brought face to face in the Fitzgerald's nose. like it. You know why? BecauseI

appearing ont elevision as a fancied in "All the King's Men," Oval Room, where the Presi- was alone when I saw it.
singer and dancer. { and there have been lesser dent defies the rebel to go Fitzgerald, once known as
She is also busy being a newlyw'ed. a ; 2 ulations on this prospect spec-since through with his seditious plan. Roy Scherer Jr., is an exmailman "That's the trouble with some

She and actor singer 1949. But the picture from Winnetka, Ill. He of these critics. They go to pri- 55
married It is taut and exciting melo- vate and
Robert Goule were 4b used to drive a truck.for a Los screenings exclusive
this is "Seven
lasV August. So far their career 5 I'yet on subject drama, as loaded as a Hitch- Angeles company. Today he's atop showings and sit there all alone,
in real intellec-
Days May" a
demands have postponed a hon- cock mystery film and as seem- movie star and known to his and then they come out wonder-
tual hair-raiser ( at the
'I now ingly documentary as Carol intimates ing why Hollywood can't make
eymoon. as Rock Hudson.
Fields Plaza
Florida Theatre in Gainesville). ,..
"But after I close here ( the 3"ay xx Reed's "The Third Man." them laugh. 'Some Like it Hot'is

Cocoanut Grove) on the 8th I To be sure, it is a cinematic Everything looks authentic-the Right now he's finishing his the kind of movie that makes Mar. 12, 13, 14'- .
j' just have one show to do for y I ditto of Fletcher Knebel's and president's rooms, the Penta- third comedy with movieland's you want to nudge the person

r television, and then I'm going I Charles W. Bailey Irs book, gon, a Washington cocktail par- top-drawing female, Doris Day you're with and laugh out loud.
l I 1 to rest. I plan to just relax which has sent several hundred ty, Dulles Airport, an avenue at -"Send Me no Flowers." If it's But you're not going to sit there AUTOSHOW

and read and regain my per- $,A thousand readers creeping to Fort'Meyer, even a president's i like the two earlier Day-Hudson laughing out loud all by your

spective she says. Frederick March as the President of the United bed with the shakes in the past press conference, which seemsas collaborations, "Pillow Talk" self. You need an audience
"That's the most important States faces a'tense moment with a close friend and two years. That doesn't keep it actual as yesterday.And and "Lover, Come Back," box laughing with you, in order not

thing in the world to me per- political ally, played by Edmond O'brien, as a mili- from being a totally fresh and all of the actors in it- office cash registers will jingle I to feel like a fool. '
Figuring out what I in "Seven bold the merrilly to the tune of several sponsored by -=
spective. culmination
tary take-over plot nears experience on screen, Fredric March as the president, million. And "So ever since then I've real-
want, what I'm willing to do the Florida Theatre. where the director John FrankCinderella's some critics won'tlike Gainesville Auto Dealers A
Days in May, now playing at Burt Lancaster as the Air Force ized why so critics miss !!!!:
for it and assessing what I'm --------- --- -- what they've termed a for- many
; I've to keep general, Kirk Douglas as a vig- mula of pseudo-sophistication, the point, and they just don't in-
doing now.
ilant colonel in the Marines who fluence work he
slapstick and sex. my says.
4 reading, thinking, 1 ear ning
suspects something i -
fishy -- -
in Lost-Found s
new things about life-or just happening and first reports it Hudson could either laugh or
about my work." to the cry all the to the bank if ,
president, Martin Balsamas way SUBURBIA Rock //Paula. .
She muses over her longer- the president's he felt like it. I

range plans. But Has for OscarBy tary, Edmond O'Brien press as a secre-stal- But he doesn't feel like it. DRIvtviN f wOf HEATRF ftudsonjPrentis'sTONIGHT

"It's really hard to say Hopes wart Senator, Ava Gardner as a Says Hudson: "The critics just
which aspect of the business I Washington hostess and several I don't affect me, one way or the
i; VE T MOST dancing, singing others other."
or acting. I started as a BOB THOMAS lost and found department. She gineering at Dresden Universityand are assortedly superb. -

dancer, of course, but as I get AP Movie-Television Writer is still there among the neglected graduated with honors. "I The only preposterous suppos- Hudson agrees with a charge

!: older (she's all of 29 now),I NEW YORK (AP) Today's galoshes and forgotten um- was the first woman engineer in ition is that a secret military that is frequently lodged againstsome

the dancing will probably be' Cinderella story concerns a Vi- brellas, toiling for $1.50 per Austria," she says proudly. base might be established by critics that they too 3 HITS!

the first thing to go. Then, I ennese architect-turned-actress hour.Her After her marriage to a hat the rebel junta in Texas and frequently expect so-called art I

suppose, the voice. So I guess of mature years and gentle reaction to the nomina- manufacturer, she appearedwith for weeks without the knowledgeof films where entertainment is all

\ I'll have to rely on acting to manner. The only trouble with tion? Max Reinhardt and in Aus- anybody in the government that was intended.He 1 DORIS I I DAY I REX HARRISON ftt _

f. carry me over the long haul. the story is that Cinderella has "Of course I am thrilled. I trian films. She came to Amer- (Whit-Bissell). This is a bit of said: "I learned some- 10HMAVIMf '
:y "But at that, I'm lucky. No not yet made it to the ball.A did not expect it. I did not even ica after the Hitler takeover, .dramatic license that keeps the thing interesting about the crit- !\)'

performer trains as hard as a fortnight ago the Academy think about it. I have known too and her acting roles were inter- whole thing on a tacit fictional Aficnigl; V : '. .

a' dancer. Dancing teaches you Award nominations were an- many disappointments in my spersed with jobs as waitress, keel. .. "
Two vi-A.- <>j 3R .
things about other aspects of nounced, and one of the nomi- life to count on anything." saleswoman, babysitter, etc. But what makes it on B'wayNEW \ uumm-'rma.aMOrs at'rlCUICOI.QL
specially b.SSATURDAY .
performing that you simply do nees was Lilia Skala for her What a life it has been. It be- She had successful times absorbing and what it LATE SHOW AT 11:30 -----1--_
not run across any other:' way. role as the vinegary nun in gan in Austria, but don't ask her featured roles in "Call MeMadam" valid keeps YORK (AP-Two plays
And it in good physi- "Lilies of the Field." how as a plausible about the Soviet Union are on :
keeps you long ago. and "The Diary of I speculation in the area of cur- ONLY..
cal condition much longer She received congratulationsat Lilia longed to act as a girl, Anne Frank" on Broadway and rent politics is the imposition Broadways spring schedule. I

than, most people. New York's City Center but her parents had other ideas. important parts in television.But of issues that are critical and Due first is Paddy Chayefsky's"The '
"Not too long ago Bob andI Theater, where she works in the She studied architecture and I "
en- you gather that there were delicate today, plus the maintenance Passion of Josef D, con- Bb01J@PRESLEV I [
were with Harry Belafonte at also long periods of idleness. all the way through it cerned with th early party daysof

the Peace Corps camp in Puerto Newman, Wife Joan Wodward Miss Skala was enduring sucha I of executive strength and inte- Stalin. The second project is
Rico. They had an obstacle Henry Denker's "The Sound of
period a year and a half ago I grity.
\ course there-ropes to climb, I Distant Thunder." Its theme
Share One Oscar HersBy when she was called about a
slack ropes to walk across and role in the touring company of This Is no "Dr. Strangelove," concerns a present-day commissar -
all that-and they asked me if "A Far '. n in which the president is a fumbling who suddenly becomes ALL I IN
I'd like to try it. I'll do any- JAMES BACONAP This, as any Academy Award l Country. dolt, nor an "Advise and aware of deep-seated personal COLOR 3 HITS' _
thing once, so I did. AndI Movie-Television Writer voter will tell you, is the tough Meanwhile, she read a news- Consent," in which the presi- opposition to the Red establish-
passed the whole thing first HOLLYWOOD CAPWhat) est way to win an Oscar. I paper item that Ralph Nelsonwas dent is a conniving politico. ment.

time. They were amazed! And happens in a household where Newman, a graduate of the casting for a new film to Here he is an earnest, peace-
they said passing the course the wife has an Oscar and the Actor's Studio, could best be star Sidney" Poitier, "Lilies of seeking realist who has achieveda

qualified me for assignment to husband, also a star, doesn't? described as a Tennessee Wil- the Field. She had worked for treaty with the Russians to 1 full lb. KC

Peru! So you see, I'm in pret- "It creates a state of mind," liams' type tf hero-downbeat. Nelson on television the "I series RememberMama" and ban the nuclear bomb. SIRLOIN STEAK "BLUE .
don't It hasn't hurt him at the box $1.95
ty good shape, you
says Paul Newman, "which can office she sent him a note that she This has caused the general 12Ib.$1.50Georgia HAWAII"
think? and apparently not with
best be described-for want of would like to be in his film. and other military leaders to li
You couldn't Her the female audience. ( I
'j agree more. a better word-as extreme jealj fear he has weakened the nation's "WILD IN'j -
I Faced with the dilemma
''j shape is perfect.Pentagon. "Lots of women marry overa Country
ousy. losers," said sure job and a nebulous one, defense. Because they HAM STEAK THECOUNTRY" /.&
j Paul is married to Joanne them, I'm a sympathetic Newman.uTo char- Miss Skala did what she always think the nation feels the same Grits and Red-Eye Gravy I ______ ____
Plans Woodward, who won the best acter." does in tunes of trial. She way, they are confident of their ( '
acting Oscar in her first star- prayed. coup d'etat Good Eating. Podner, at the "FOLLOW ..

\ 'Desert Strike' ing movie, "Three Faces of Nelson came through with the What is believable about the TOWER HOUSE THAT

1 Eve." Modern Globe plum role of the mother super- picture is the character the pres- 210 E. Univ. Ave. DREAM"New

I (c) New York Times Newman, nominated this year ior. Did her fortunes change? ident and others show. In a
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1 announced Thursday plansto time.If University's six-month salute to did one co-starring role in The screenplay is a hymn to Amer- 2 EXCITING HITS!
conduct next May the largest Newman wins an Oscar Shakespeare is being performedin Defenders' and one soap opera.It ican democracy. It mixes ins- STARTS TONIGHT! TTLIIYtIJJfDRIVEIN
military exercises in the United he's going to get it the hard a theater modeled on the was my worst year since I piration with excitement, confi- YNIATRI CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE
States since 1955. Globe playhouse of 1603. had come to America." dence with fear, and concludesthat FIRST RUN IN AREA m, OPEN 6:00 SHOW AT 7W
Designated "desert strike," way.Newman is a new kind of The experimental theater has i But things seem to be pickingup. we, the people, should be '"&"'a SEE BOTH LATE AS 8:50

the military maneuvers will en- star. Unlike a John Wayne who been built in a structure formerly Stanley Kramer has said he vigilant but not afraid. From the second the cold-blooded murder took place. from the second

gage more than 100,000 soldiers heroes than life or used as a Unitarian church. wants her for "Ship of Fools." ....... ....
and airmen in an area of more plays Peck bigger who specializes During the festival, the Wayne The Oscar night April 13 will ...... .,.... .>f... the girl walked into his life. he was the man in the middle of the most
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are performing "Julius bring her more attention. Will -I
vicinity of the Mojave Desert. in sympathetic Grant roles-or who is the ev- Caesar," "As You Like It," "Ro- she be in Santa Monica for it? fria e ktck c fantastic chain of events that ever held your emotions at gunpoint!
Tank forces, infantry men, master en a of light comedyNewman meo and Juliet" and "Antonyand "Only if they send me," she i .!Lm, .. I
army reservists, including two Cleopatra." .aaf./a1W. p d"bQ
is a specialist in playing says. "I can't afford it myself. .. Shown Twice
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National Guard wellas .
brigade, as
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12 Gainesville Sun Friday, March 13, 1964I f

san Ann Dongheny, Karol Ann and ,daughter, Miss Sarah Nixon a.m. at the intersection of NE Freak Death

Wade, C .Catherine Anne Ross, Theodore Watson, Miss Bob- 1st Street and 2nd Avenue.

: P I Andrea Sue DeMoss, Mrs. MaryC. bie J. Ward and,son, Mrs. Don- James Campbell Wright, STILLWATER, Minn. (AP) -

: SEE by DuBose, Mr. Olof J. Olofo- nie M. Melton.ACCIDENT. Cross City, and Earl Sidney Her pet dog was blamed Thursday -

I son, Mrs. Judy W. Cummings, ROUNDUPThe Weldon Sr., 816 NW 12th Ave., for the strangulation deathof Sun
Victoria Aronson 6. (&ainrzuiI1
f Mrs. Jessie S. Outlaw,'Mrs. Nancy about 3:41: p.m. at the inter- ,

1 SUN S. Crumpton; Mrs. Myrtle B. Gainesville police this section of N. Main Street and The girl, with a scarf about

(:. .. the I Cox, Mrs. Agnes W. Dougherty, morning reported the follow- 2nd Avenue. her neck, was playing with her MOVES MERCHANDISE

I Mr. Argo H. Everett,. Edgar A. ing persons involved in accidents Jerry Madison Sherouse, Labrador. Investigators said the

I"" II Voyles, Margaret F. Davis, Mrs. in the city yesterday: Route 2 and David C. Powell, dog playfully grabbed the end of

ALACHUA GENERAL nard, High Springs; Theodore Virginia T. Hodges Lorenzo V 3301 SW Rocky Point Road, the scarf between his teeth and i

March 11 Watson, Micanopy. Anderson, Mrs. Barbara W. Vilous Cleo Hicks, 307 SW about 5 p.m. at the intersectionof dragged the girl about 70 feet : wilijiw imJIT .

g .. BIRTHSlir. Warnick, :Mrs. Tammy Durden, 4th Ave., Vicki Lynn Gools- SW 4th' Avenue and 8th through snow. The child was

1 DISCHARGEDMrs. all of Gainesville; Carol J. Mai by, 625 NE 1st St., about ,9:20 Street. strangled by the scarf.

and Mrs. Jimmy W. Wood, Geneva D. Fuquay, Mr. phurs, Alachua; Mrs. Etta, K.

3220 NW 20th St., city, a boy. Leon W. Cobb, Henry M. Hines, Hanshew, Cross City; LawrenceL.

ADMITTEDMrs. Mrs. Shirlie T. Davis and son, Manning, High Springs.DISCHARGED .
Madeline Cook, :Mr. George R.

Margaret J. Wood Willie Grady, Mrs. Vera J. Beals, Mildred

Knight Mrs. Margaret P. T. Brialmont, Geraldine G. Dale Ray Dorman, Karol A.
Lindsley, Mrs. Lena Frances Colcord, Kenneth D. Mercer,
Wade, Susan Ann Dougheny,
j Ashley, Mr. Joe T. Davis Ruth Danny E. Mercer, William S. Mrs. Barbara S. Robinson and

r B.:-Johns, Mrs. Rose M. San Tinney, Miss Marianne Fors- son, Kelly Kopman, Minnie L. AZALEAS Beach

. Martin, Mrs. Mattie Green, all man, Mrs. Henrietta B. Carlisle, Webster and son, Mrs. Peggy T.

of Gainesville; Willie Grimes, Mrs. Judy H. Mitchell and son, Leggett and daughter, Mrs.

Hawthorne; Mrs. Ruby L. Ken- Mrs.daughter.Shirley R. Harman and Mary H. Nobles and son, Joseph -

IN 'THE COURT OF THE COUNTY W. Arnold, Janice L. Rol
.IN PROBATE. Mar. 12, 1964BIRTHS lins, Mrs. Delma C. Nelson, Mr. 4l
IN RE: ESTATE OF Horace Z. Brunson, Mrs. Cornell 1
Deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. San Haile, Mrs. Suzanne S. Ward

, TO HAVING ALL CREDITORS AND DEMANDS PERSONS Martin 1824 NW 3rd. Place and daughter, Miss Sarah Nix-
You and each of you are hereby notified 14, City, a boy; Mr. and Mrs.
and required to present any Weikko Salmi, Rt. 1, Newberry,
claims and demands which you or Select
either of you may have against the Box 39, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. your new
estate,of late BERTHA of said M.County.KINGSLEY te the deceased Royce B. Hanshew, Box 118, SPRING FABRICS : : We have received a new shipment of beautiful blooming azaleas

County Judge of Alachua County Florida Cross City, a boy. at
r ,
at his office In the court house

ef. said within County six calendar at Gainesville months Florida from ADMITTEDThomas SINGER this week at BEVILLE'S NURSERY. By request we are continu-
the time of the first publication ofthis
.. notice.. Each claim or demand Patrick McMillin, Su- I
nan oe in writing ana snail stare
1 the place of residence and post office .----
sworn of to the by claimant the claimant and, shall agent, be or r C1964YAAdding ing our spring open house sale Friday, Saturday & Sunday!

I attorney and any such claim or demand I I
not so filed shall be void.
1 Arieflc'1
administrator of the Es- 1I
tate of Fielders White
As executor of the Last Will I fjj7J2CkhJI
and Testament of Tabor GAL. CANS t':
t Bertha M. Kingsley Deceased I I AZALEAS :
Robert G. Justiss Lawsel 1
Attorney at Law rem\ .
Gainesville.11 W. University Florida Avenue Elegans 1218'li ,

First publication March 19&.1 L----
(3139) 3:o, 13 20. 27 \ ( Formosa

Construction and Maintenance

Sealed bids will Programs be received at the 1a. Coral Bell

228.State Road Holland Department Building.Offices.Tallahassee.Room ,eroq Hino Red
Florida from Qualified Contractorsuntil DWARF AZALEAS 9c
10:30 a.m. (E.S.T.) on Tuesday Salmon. Queen
the 31st day of March 1964. for the ,
following work: wk tN 83> g S
NOTE S..r'g :4t: qK gal. cans 12-18'
(1) New Instructions to Bidders -
& -new Bid Bond Form (Rev. November
(2),Notice of additional work for

this later.,same. letting date may be Issued FORMOSAS 2 to 3 ft ................ .... in cans 99c '
Proposal) Forms will not be Issued later
for than opening one bids.hour prior to the time PRIDE OF MOBILE 18 to 24-inches... in cans 79c

Alachua County (Primary Funds): .

(Federal Job .No.Aid 26060-3506)Project), SR No.200 S136 between(S) PRESIDENT I CLAY (red) 18-24-in. ........ in cans 59c
Orange Heights and the south limitsof

the Waldo existing Work roadway consists into a of 4 converting- lane facility LAWSELE 18 to 24 inches ............ in cans 79c
of extra-heavy grading; tWLima
rock Base with Type I Asph.
Cone. Surf. Cse. and Binder Cse. leveling
and resurfacing part of the exist -
roadway with Type 1 Asph.
Cone i one bridge length box culvert;
small drainage structures; and IncI-
dental. Union items.County Length(Primary S.032 Funds miles.): Federal CENTIPEDE SOD green & growing . . . . . . .10 per sq. ft.
Aid Project No. F-0381 (2) (Job
No. 39010-3501) SR 100 between the
Columbia County line and Lake But to
ler. Work consists of medium grading; your svings
SW Llmerock Base with Type I Asph.

Cone.bridge Surf.length Cse.culv't and Binder drainage Cse.structures one- account this month? ANNUALS
; and Incidental items. Length sPgRINCALADIUMS
'076 miles. DENS'C
Wage Rates: Minimum wage rates 80C
for the Proiectss) Included in this Remember only 7 No. I's Petunias Salvia
Notice shall be $1.25 per hour. Daisies Tomatoes 1 -2 ft.
'A'Proposal Guaranty of not less than
five percent (S per cent) of the total left t Pepper Pansies in
Actual tified Bid.check In, the cashier/form .of check either a trust cer- days to earn IAIE 17 25 Verbena Coleus per DoZ. gal. cans

company treasurers check, bank Varieties ea.
draft of any national or state bank from the 1st aLiIii&
or a Surety Bid Bond. made payable
to the Governor of the State of Florida

check, must or draft accompany in an each amount bid. less A Visit Gainesville's largest association now. VIBURNUMLoaded SATSUMAS
than five percent (S per cent) of the ORTHO GRO Fertilizer
actual bid will Invalidate the bid. Park free at either office. .use the drive-in

ten Should percent the (10 Proposal per cent Guaranty) of the exceed De window at the 13th Street Branch. Savingsin Buy 1 gal. at Reg. 4.98 with

ed partment's automatically estimate to, it ten will percent be reduce(10 by the 20th will earn a full 20 days' free Price and Get Second 1n NEW GROWTH 69n!' KUMQUATS

mate.per cent Certified) of the checks Department's Ihalhave/ esti profits, too.First. Gallon for. . . 2'-3' in gal. cans 2-3 ft.$4ca.
State of Florida Document a r y
Stamps attached. Bid Bonds Shall I
Conform to SRD Form 1UG (Rev. November
63) Furnished With the Proposal
Form. Federal
All work Is to be done in accord-
ance with the Plans. Specifications and r
Special Provisions of the State Road
Department. savings & loan association BEVILLE'SNURSERY
Plans and
or Proposal Forms may -
be) purchased by Qualified Contractors of Gainesville
upon application to this office for :
151 SO per set. Extra sets of Plans for MEMIEI FEDEIAl SAVINGS .
prospective bidders and plans for non- .
bidders may be purchased for $20.60 LOAN 'INSURANCE COIfOIATIOHFEDEU.I '
per set. Orders for these documents :[ ::L
should be directed to the Engineer of HOME LOAN TANK SYSTEM
Contracts State with checks payable to the s 349 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. AT 3RD & GARDEN CENTERLocated
Road Department of Florida. 4;
(These charges Include State Sales N.W. 13TH ST. AND 6TH AVE
,and Use Tax. No refund will be made oars. rxaLLC.
The right is reserved to reiect any {6-7351. i
or all bids.STATE to p.m.
ROAD DEPARTMENT Vz-mile beyond city limits, west on the

State W.Highway BROWN.Engineer an agency of the U. S. Government
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S a t o { Notch First Game Wins \ ______

1 ri i Campbellton and Zephyrhillsj I Redmon 10 in a balanced show : :

i won opening games this morn- for Campbellton. _l ti'
T 4o k rc i ib ing in the annual state high Zephyrhills, state B champsin

I school basketball tournament at 1962, trailed by a point at N l
: the University of Florida Gym.A 41-40 opening the last period.

__ : nof f half-dozen more games Just 15 seconds into the fin- 1 @.8
were on tap today, three this al quarter, John Howard, 6-5 ,'
y % 2 Aq r afternoon and another trio to- Madison center, fouled out. wF
,'r < Y : r night. Finals are to be played With his departure went the 5Seabreeze's

, tomorrow afternoon and even- Madison hopes.Zephyrhills' .
Mike McGinnis,
Wildcats of Campbellton who led scoring with 25 pointshe

topped Lake Placid, 53-48, in a ( totaled 671 in the regular
_- -;4 -I .. Class C game and Zephyrhills' season), and Nelson Spoto Sand Crabs
Bulldogs splurged in the last drove constantly for the basket -

T ; period to down Madison, 63-47, drawing fouls or making the Daytona Beach Seabreeze will seek a seventh state crown in this year's state

in a B encounter. layup shots. Zephyrhills outscored basketball tournament. From left are Greg Cush, Mike White Steve Genko Bob

Other Games Madison by a whopping Hendren, Ken Keyes, Dennis Cantrell, Max Boales, David Bergengren, Evan

The remainder of the sched- 23-6 margin to make the victoryan Owen, Marshall Bradley and Bill Walser. In front, from left, are head coach

Wildcats ule was to find Lakeland Santa easy one. Jack Surrette and assistant Gerald Chandler.

Fe vs. Hilliard in Class C at 1

The famed Campbellton team three previous Class C state titles-was a p.m., Malone vs. Mount Dora in

surprise winner in Northwest Florida regional play this year. Left to right are Class 'B at 2:30 p.m. and Plant RISK WIN STREAKS IN NCAA PLAY
Bobby Whiddon, Johnny Williams, Lovie Redman, Jack Peacock, Rommie Payne, City vs. Riviera Beach in ClassA
Billy Beckworth and Allison Johnson. Robert Longshore was not present for at 4 p.m. At 6:30': tonight it is

picture. Coach is Joe Houston. Pensacola vs. Tampa Hillsbor-

ough in Class AA, Palatka vs.
1 Daytona Beach Seabreeze at UCLA 'Frisco 5s ReadyBy

Braves' Best
TED MEIER :ome Wichita and AllAmericaDave Bing's 31 in NYU's triumphover A&T 5748.

Associated Press Sports Writer II] Stallworth. Syracuse. Pan American of Texas, the

Comes BackSpring Steve Courtin, Billy Oakes and Evansville and Akron won the defending champion, moved ink
Gagner UCLA and San Francisco risk ,Jim Boyle combined for 69 semifinals of the NCAA small tonight's semifinals of the NAIA

college basketball's longest cur- ]points to offset Rick Barry's 35 college tourney at Evansvilleand tourney at Kansas City by defeating

rent winning streaks tonight and :as St. Joseph's whipped Miamiin will meet for the championship Mansfield, Pa., 82-69

football practice in 80-( --t important he could be a great one as he r.'r the, Bruins and the Dons hope the NIT. Similarly Happy tonight. Evansville defeated Rockhurst, Emporia State ant
degree weather might not to me and the team and baseball gains experience." ,Hairston and Barry Kramer State College of Iowa 82-67 Carson-Newman also advances
the 13th won'tknock I
agree with some folks, but it I It I can wait." Most interesting scrap of the Friday jinx combined 49 points offset DaveHoward and Akron beat North Carolina to the round of four.

suits Florida's Larry Gagner?T5gT .:rr2, 238, is the fast- spring has been going on at \ them out of the NCAA

Gagner, one of the fastest-ris est Florida lineman and con- left tackle between Gagner and ftt ;'H' At': 4'i :W4i.x kt championship tournament.
.t ing Gator lineman, was excus- sidered by Gator coaches a senior Dennis Murphy, a sec ;::1.Buddy;& Mangum',A3e'._ w. 'h"JUJ"Q'": Unbeaten UCLA, toprankedin May Stay With LA
ed from the remainder of spring potential all star at his tackle ond-team all-conference choice

football drills by head coach position. last year. the final Associated Press I

Ray Graves in order to play "Larry played end and full Each boy has taken turns on poll of the season, will try forts

baseball after Saturday's game back for motf' _fe ,is deer until -I9fc first unit, with promotions II IIT- 27th straight against Seattlein If Problems Worked OutGREEN
scrimmage. only five days before our and demotions being made on : the Far West Regionals at

Tuesday's practice session game against Georgia Tech the basis of grades in scrim- Corvallis, Ore. San Francisco

rolled around and Gagner show- last fall," says Graves. "He mage films."Gagner a goes for its 19th in a row against BAY, Wis. (AP-Big they will be much happier with mer Carole Johanski, have foul

ed up in football gear once saw considerable action last is helping make 9CGr Utah State at the same place. Frank Howard, the Los Angeles me at home than to have me children. Howard is employed in

again."I season but is just now start- Murphy a better tackle and Kansas State and Princetonalso Dodgers' "strong boy" generally gone most of the time like I the off-season as public relations I

just didn't want to miss ing to realize what tackle playis vice-versa," says Graves. "Bothof :1/f : : will try to extend respectable -regarded as the mightiest hitter have been.'* representative for'a

these final couple of weeks," all about. them are going to be a tremendous Danny Turner winning streaks as the in baseball, is considering quit- Howard and his wife, the for- Green Bay firm. I

explained the Daytona Beach "With his ability and attitude help to our football Bob Stevens These five NCAA takes over the spotlight ting the game at the age of 27

team next fall." cagers make after the victories of NYU and because of "personal prob- :

Florida's scrimmage tomor- Palatka's St. Joseph's, Pa., in Thursday lems.:'
Weary Celtics row will be held at Florida starting up lineup night's opening of the NIT in The 6-foot-7, 245-pound How-

Field prior to the Class C state y for the New York. NYU defeated Syra- ard indicated in a letter to Los Howard Jay Gain

championship basketball game Braves' Class cuse 77-68 and, St. Joseph's beat Angeles General Manager Buz- ,
set for 3 p.m. at Florida Miami of Florida 8676. zie Bavasi that he was through .
A state tourneY
Make It Eight Gym. Practice is to get under t with baseball. However, Howard

way at 1:30 p. m. and the y" o'clock game at 8 Twelfth In Row said at his Green Bay home Spring Spotlight \pBy
,scrimmage likely will start at b tonight K-State goes after its 12th' Thursday he might stay in the
is invited to t against Dayton Texas Western!
2 p.m. The public straight against game if is problems can be

Division Titles attend. Dave Porter Seabreeze.a Beach' in the Midwest Regional at! MURRAY CIIASS geles Dodgers, two of f 1eleague's

Wichita, Kan., and Princeton adjusted.Money Not Involved Associated Press Sports Writer[ biggest men at 228 and
Gator Nine strives' for its 10th in a row I Howard and Bavasi empha- 245 pounds, respectively.
The National League has 473
8 in Class A and Miami Highvs. against Connecticut in the East sized that money has nothing to i Jay, a major pitching flop last
By BOB HOODING Back to the practice court. Regional at Raleigh, N.C. do with the pounds personal problems to-
Cocoa in Class AA at 9:30.: which is season, took his troubles home
Associated Press Sports Writer After his team wrapped up Seeks Third The Wildcats, champions in Rounding out the second round similar to that of Jackie Jensen, day. 'with him Thursday while Howard .

BOSTON (AP) The aging, the Eastern Division crown witha Class C back in 1958-59-60, play in the NCAA tonight is the Boston Red Sox outfielderwho Actually, the problems belong I whose power has made him

bone-weary but fiercely proud runaway 140-120 National Bas- jumped to a wide 17-8 lead in Duke vs. Villanova at Raleigh, quit after the 1959 season, to Cincinnati's Joey Jay and one of baseball's most colorful

Boston Celtics have an eighth ketball Association victory over Win at MiamiMIAMI the first period only to see Wichita vs. Creighton at Wichita -returned briefly in 1961 and then Frank Howard of the Los An- characters, is preparing 'to

straight division titleunprecedented Detroit in Providence, R.I., Lake Placid battle back to and Ohio Univ retired permanently. Jensen bring his to the world champions' -
Kentucky vs.
in professional sports- Thursday night, Coach Red Au- -Florida's unbeaten trail only 28-22 at halftime and and, Michigan vs. Chicago Loyola said he wanted to spend more training camp. He still is

and are $14,000 richer.So erbach: baseball team will go after a ,forge ahead at 39-37 going into the defending champion, in time with his family, but he also at home, pondering the possibility

? Admitted it was the second third straight win today whenit the last period.At the Mideast Regional at Minne- feared air travel. Dodgers FaceRevamping of retirement.

biggest moment in his career plays Miami at 7:45 tonightat that it was nip-and-tuck Howard, who received $22,000 When Jay left the Reds' Tampa

.: : CW'IrI. ,_":" and easily the toughest to at- Miami Stadium. until the final ;minute before apolis. from the Dodgers last season If Fla., camp, he said he was
f' : :: \ tain. The two teams will conclude the Cats made victory assur- Loyola, No. 8 in the AP poll, while collecting the fifth and going home to Cincinnati and

: ;' : Said: "We proved we could their three-game series with a ed. Andy Sapp, 6-5 Lake Pla- and Texas Western each have final installment on a $108,000 planned to return late today.

; lose a great player like Bob double-header tomorrow at the cid center, kept Campbellton won seven straight and their bonus given him after his Howard QuitsVERO Manager Fred Hutchinson

J <, :k. ,. "" ,.;s.".,'y".,. i Cousy and still get the job Hurricanes' Field starting at in trouble with 24 points and play against secondrankedMichigan graduation from Ohio State, termed the departure unauthorized
"" ':' "'-
,done." 1:15 Jim Hendrix hit 14 for the los- and Kansas State will would go to Vero Beach to see BEACH (AP-The) retirement and indicated the trIp

j .,,': \ ::; I Ordered a stiff drill for Fri- p.m.Coach Dave Fuller ers. Longshore and Wilkinson be watched with interest. Michigan Bavasi "as soon as I have taken of Frank Howard from would compound Jay's problems -

", .. '. ,, \;, ",: B1 day to retain sharpness.The probablywill each had 12, Peacock, 11; and and Kentucky, fourth- care of some legalities here." baseball could lead to all sortsof financially. .J.
; .. t '. ) triumph not only clinchedthe start veteran Jim Biggart ranked, both were defeated in Letter changes on the world cham- Involved in the 6-foot-4 right
: : 1V; : division crown worth $12,000but against the 'Canes tonight. Williams CAMPBELLTON 4-4-12; Longshore.- Peacock 6-0-12;3-5-11 Red-; their last regular season games. Bavasi said earlier that How- pion Los Angeles Dodgers, Man- hander's difficulties apparentlyare

also the highest won-lost :Miami, under new coach Ron mond 4-2-10; Widdon 3-2-8; Payne 0- ard had informed him in a let- ager Walt Alston says. a lease which expires on his
00. Totals. 201353. like
Duke-Villanova clash,
\ percentage good for $2,000 and Fraser, has many veterans LAKE PLACID Hendrix. 6-2-14; The ter: Howard, the huge outfielder, home April 1 and his interestsin
the home court back from last year's tea m. Rozer 0-0-0; Sapp. 8-8-24; ,Miller 0.2.2; Michigan Loyola, involves "As know said he is
advantage regardless Bullard 4-0-8; Eckles. 000. Totals 18- you I have given Thursday considering an oil well business in Spencer
t i of the playoff oppo- Bob Ward probably will get the 1248. teams in the AP Top Ten. this careful consideration andI quitting because of personal W.Va.

J, :,'.:,'. ;:, :'f:: :., I nent. mound call against the Gators Campbellton Score by quarters: 17 11 9 16-53 No. 3 and Villanova No. 7. regret to tell you I have decided -problems. Hutchinson denied Jay's request

".i't! In other games, Cincinnati tonight. Lake Officials Placid: John Kaufman and 8 14 17 Fos 9 t-e 43 r Their game shapes up as one to quit baseball."I "It could cause a chain reaction for permission to leave
with the
K i whipped Philadelphia 128-111 Florida will go with a line- Shepherd. of the best, along ones have found that money is ," Alston commented. "It camp and was supported by

iiq ,, .. and San Francisco trampled up of Dave Porter, c; Tom ZEPHYRHILLS Spoto 6-3-15: Wilk at Corvallis. Utah State upset not the cure to all ills. I have could mean Ron Fairly would Reds' owner Bill Dewitt.w
\ : ''''';:': w Shannon Ib Ron Creese, 2b; inson. 4-4-12; McGinnis 9-7-25; Bolt 0- Arizona State and Seattle sur-
: Baltimore 125102. ; 7-7; Hatch 0-4-4; Porter, 0-0-0; Turner, discussed this with my family move from first base to right
'.:: ":: ,' A: : Boston hit on seven of its Randy Morcroft, ss; Earl Mont- 0-0-0; cherry 00Totals, 19-25-63. I prised Oregon State in Tuesday's -and they realize they will haveto Field, with Dick Nen or Ken Mc- In exhibition games Thursdayrookie
MADISON Howard. 2-1-5 Weger round.
; first
'.,.i. ,:'\\r.,.:, ....' II first nine field goal attempts, gomery, 3b; and Jim Duncan, 3-2-8; C. Johnson 5-3-13; Walker 1-0-2; make sacrifices. But I know Mullen playing first. It could John Boccabella's bases-
',\".'\" ,",.' ''ti. ':. led 26-7 after six minutes, was Jim Elliott and Bill Blomgren, 3-17 Hicks; ,f.0.1Welch.Johnson. 0-0-0., 0-1-1 Totals; Ragans 181147.7- Six For Duke mean more duty in the outfieldfor loaded single in the 10th inning

\, $ "" "" ,, ,' i in front 77-45 late in the second of. Score by quarters: I Duke has won six straight like Combs HurlForGHSiVine Wally Moon, Lee Walls and gave the Chicago Cubs a 4-3 tri
Zephyrhills 9 16 15 -63 to
; : I quarter and got its top scoring Miami probably will line up Madison 13 11 17 6-47 i Creighton which hopes to overHands Al Ferrara. I umph over San Francisco. It
t; effort, 21 points, from Clyde with Fred Bertani, c; Har- Officials: Blair and Landers. "The young outfielder, Wes was the Giants' first defeat after -

pFriday Lovellette of the bench brigade. vey Foster, Ib; Jerry Reis- Parker, has looked good down four victories.

i Wilt Chamberlain's 35 points man, 2b; Dennis Eich, 3b; William Against Lee here, and he is in the picture. Joey Amalfitano cracked ;a

!: 1 Mar: 13 13 ?:: sparked San Francisco to its [ Vinci, ss; and Al Green, A We've lost a lot of power, but solo home run in the sixth inning -
L' victory as the Warriors in- Stan Yanowitz and Ken Unger John Combs will be Gaines- we may have to win it with carrying the Los Angeles

+ i&.1I creased their Western Division of. Foster, who can play ville's pitcher tomorrow when more base hits, more running I,Angels to a 2-1 victory against
lead to two games over the idle center field, may get the call the GHS nine opens its sea- and better pitching." I Boston. '

Lincoln Bows St. Louis Hawks. there with Pat Warren at first. sons against Jacksonville. -

f Game time is 1 p.m. at Harris TMKA TMKA
In State Meet State Meet Team Field. VODKA VODKA
24 : Coach Wesley Dicks said his

starting array will bat in this
High of Gainesville lost a order: I
FallTeam Jim Culpepper cf Jack Esk-
first round Negro high school Marks May r---ll ;
Jahl, If; Brian Hipp, 2b; Pete
state last to
tourney night
Roberts, ss; Ed Pavelka, 1 b; Th+ ?MICA
Paramore of Quincy, 62-56. I e ee e er
Other first round went records in Florida state high school basketball tourney Ricky Guenther, c; Lee Sum-
games play could get a going-over today and tomorrow in the annual merlin, rf; Steve Leggett, 3b; i
to Pompano Beach Blanche Ely '
classic at Florida Gym. and Combs. 89 PROOF DISTILLED 80 PROOF DISTILLED ,' ; "
over Orlando Jones, 86-69; Da- There marks that could fall but the old There will be no admission FROM GRAIN SAZERAC CO, FROM GRAIN SAZIBAC CO,
nia Attucks over Tampa How- are many one-game charge tomorrow for students. WC. MEW ORLEANS IX WC. HEW ORLEANS. IA. :--
team records based on three-game play in the state event, will I
ard Blake, 85-65; and Fort Lau-
while of records will be established.Here .
hold up a new set two-game
derdale Dillard over Jacksonville z
Gilbert are some of the major team marks:
(Records CaurteSV Florid Sports Publisher) TRACK EQUIPMENT
Most Points Scored.
Toby Rutledge Class AA-Miami Senior vs. Hillsborough. 1954-19. SHOES by RIDDELL and MacGREGOR
Class Seabreeze vs Madison. 1957-100. r :
Class B-Lake Weir vs. Mayo. 1957 M. as CROSS COUNTRY SHOES, RUBBER SOLES
Class C-Oviedo 19SS-9.
Leads on 496 vs. Trenton
Most Points Scored Both Teams by CONVERSE and BEACON FALLS -
Class AA 168, Jax Landon (89) vs. Hialeah (79). 1958.
Toby Rutledge, Bank of New- Class Class B A--144.167.Mayo Seabreeze(86) vs.(100)Tltusville vs. Madison(58). (67)1956.. 1959. .. SHOTS DISCUS VAULTING POLES
berry, led the Triple Tumblers Class C-143. Oviedo (81) vs. Wewahitchka (62). 1955 vr
Most Points Scored by Losing Team
loop at Palm Lanes with a 496 -
Class AA-79 Hialeah vs. Jax Landory
I.sat9S7.Class ::
series. She posted 219-151-126 Class A-79. Gainesville vs Lake .
B-67. Ponce de Leon vs. Blountstown. I960. WE ARE TEAM OUTFITTERS
with the 219 high game for the Class C-66. Jennings vs. Cedar Key 1962. i
Fewest Points Scored
night. Class AA-JX Miami Beach vs. Jax Landon. 1963. -
Eleanore Todaro of Ace Elec- Class A-26. St. Paul's (St. Pete) vs. Jax Bolles 1957.
Class B-3X Baker vs. Cha< tric had a 469 and Shirley Pad- Class C-20. Naples vs. Greensboro. itS!. EverywhereWalt
usnak of Chandler's had 460. Fewest Points Scored by Botfc TamsClass
AA 59, Ocala (28). 1958.
(31))> vs. Panama City
Bank of Newberry had a 1314 Class A-58. Bartow (30) vs. Pompano Beach (28). 1958. Miller of Lake Placid is hemmed in by Camp- Northcentral Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters ,
Class B-57. Chattahoochee (34) vs. Baker (23). 1956.
series and a 517 high game. Class C-62. Chumuckla (;:3) vs. Bunnell (29). 195X bellton players as he drives into the foul circle in Ave. FRanklin 2-8212 ,1
1113 W.
Splits were made by Mrs. To Fewest Points Scored by Winning Team today's opening game of the state tourney. Camp- University
Class AA-31, Ocala vs Panama City. 1958. In Rear Of Store ,j
daro, 5-10; and Mildred Hinson, Class A-30. Bartow vs. Pompano Beach 1958. bellton won the Class C contest, 53-48, with a final Offstreet Parking \ ,
Class B-34, Chattahoocheo vs. Baker 195*. ...,.
Butler's Radiator Service, 5-7. Class C-33. ChumucUa vs. Pannell, 195, period rally. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). J -. '
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. ville bowler, rolled the first 700 while Hogtown Creakers hit a
, t ft do x ,.x series in the city in a year whenhe 1047 high game. Splits were

i 5 4 r. 6 Y posted a standout 725 last made by Larry Woods, 4-5; T Tsa

night in the Sperry League. and Dave Powers, 67.
Palka had games of 246-248-
231 en route to his brilliant
Gators Host
set. His 248 was high single a rar I

:ies.game. It was his first 700 ser Green Wave-

I| The performance caps a remarkable -

: personal comebackfor Tennis Team < \ '

the Sperry employe who :>. :.' .,.
had to give up bowling several Florida's unbeaten tennis
years ago when stricken by a team will try to make it six ina .'h 421.. \ \a \
mysterious malady that left row this season when it hosts
GHS Cage Banquet Scene paralyzed. Southeastern Conference rival
him temporarily t
Palka's 725 tops the previousbest Tulane tomorrow on the UF < ._-"'" ...---- .....-- .-. -- -...--.... _._..... ---., 1 I
: Left to right, Mike Hartman, Gator cage coach Norman Sloan, GHS mentor set of 688 set several varsity courts. The match will
:John Raper, Sam Martin and Carl Johnson. See story below for details. (Sun weeks ago by Ralph Swartz of .start at 1:30 p.m.

photo by Tommy Lewis). Gainesville Sun of the Indus- : The Gator netmen have won Water
water .
trial League. twice from Rollins and once

: Hartman Johnson Nutt The Sperry bowler had 23 I each from Florida State, Stetson ..

strikes in his effort, getting six and Pennsylvania.
I in a row in the first game, a i Tulane annually produces -
double and five in a row in strong tennis teams and is but taste whiskey?

I ; Martin Gain GHS Honors the second and a turkey in the :considered, along with Flor- can you your I
finale. Palka said 21 of the ida, to be a contender for South-
strikes were in the pocket, one eastern Conference honors this

: The Gainesville High School centage; and Carl Johnson, done this season. "They (GHS I was a Brooklyn hit and the other -year. 1
basketball teams and cheer- top scholar. varsity) won a lot of games went "right through the mid-
You can..ifit's Old 86 bourbon.
leaders were honored at a ban- Hartman, a 6-3 senior for- people didn't think they dle." Cage Taylor

fcuet last night at the Moose ward, was a standout scorer would," he said. "They hustled, Palka, who began bowling at 86 in drinks.
J.odge. and rebounder in leading the scrapped and fought for every- 13, quit once for eight years Results Taylor never disappears Yourl,

Varsity, JV and B squad Hurricanes to a surprising 15- thing they could get !I and then resumed, is a 12-year It's genuine whiskey.
members were presented let- 10 record. veteran of the kegling wars.
The event was sponsored by i I COLLEGENIT
lers by their respective coaches Nutt, a 6-3 senior center, the Gainesville Moose Lodge: Harry Fisk had a 586 for an-
(First Round)
John Raper, Bob Edwin missed the affair last night due which plans to make it an an- other good score in Sperry action -NYU 77. Syracuse 68 That doesn't mean it's any stronger than
St. Joseph's Pa., 84, Miami Fla. 76 r
Snd Theron Mitchell.
to illness. nual event. i last night. King Pins had NCCA College Division {
Four trophies were also Eight seniors and three juniors Akron 57, No. Carolina A&T 48 other whiskies. Or any less smooth. ]
Evansville 82, state College of Iowa ,7;
awarded to outstanding var- .
won letters on the varsity.The
sity players. seniors were Hartman, Cards' Infield (Quarter NAIA. Finals) I, !
86 Most whiskies And in
Mike Hartman was chosen Nutt, Martin, Bill Keeter, Den- Pan Rockhurst American 59, St.82 Mary's Mansfield Tex.Pa.54 69 I proof. are.
the Most Valuable Player; Terry -nis Jobe, Jimmy Morgan, Dan- Emporia State 90 High Point N. C. 78
Carson Newman Tenn. 61. Central whiskey proof is strength.
Nutt, top rebounder; Sam ny Ryals and Barry Buickel. Oklahoma 55 ,
i Martin, best free throw perWomen's The junior lettermen were Salariedhome National Basketball PRO Association
Johnson, Bill Boaz and Boyd Highest Boston 140, Detroit 120 r-r
Cincinnati 128, Philadelphia 111. What Old Taylor 86 has is flavor. e 1
( Cage Welsch. '-'" San Francisco 125, Baltimore 102

Erwin's JV team posted a By MIKE RECHT runs, and Javier .263 with Flavor so deep, so genuine,
: sparkling 13-2 record, and Mit- Associated Press Sports WriterST. 46 RBI. ExhibitionBaseball'
.Tourney chell's B teamers had a 9-5 it lasts as long as your drink.
mark. LOUIS (AP) The St. The four were considered the
:Slated HereJonesJohnson's University of Florida bask- Louis Cardinals' all-star infieldis best infield in the league. They

etball coach Norman Sloan was the highest paid in baseball played in both All-Star games Results Tonight, add a little water to your
: basketb a 11 the speaker and jokingly pointed because "we pay our players and each was in at least 158 Chicago (Yesterday's N) A. San Francisco 3
team, champions of the local out, "I don't know why I'm according to their ability and regular season games. Their Los Angeles Today's(A) 2, Boston Games 1 Old Taylor 86. Or a lot. Either way, Ol0 TAYIOq
j Petticoat League, will play a the speaker. .everybody here performance," General Manager -combined fielding average was Chicago (N) vs. Los Angeles (A) u+u. S 1
Jacksonville team at 10 a. m. had a better record." Bing Devine said. Los San Francisco Angeles (N vs.) vs.Cleveland Mexico City Tigers it's the best America has to offer. i 1
tomorrow at Gainesville High Sloan also said he was impressed I .982.Groat barely missed winningthe
Tomorrow's GamesCincinnati
Cardinal cost
quartet :
with the job Raper had batting crown and ranked vs. Chicago (A)
tourney management about $170,000 for Houston vs. Philadelphia
high in the Most Valuable Player Milwaukee vs. WashingtonNew
The winner of tomorrow's Officials the 1964 season. voting. Pittsburgh YorK vs.(N)Kansas vs. St.City Louis OLD TAYLOR 86 :ii iiLENTUCBY

game will go on to the state "Our infield is the best I've But a fifth member of the in- x-Chicago (N) vs. Cleveland.Los .
Angeles (N) vs. Mexico City Reds
be held next
tournament to
SelectedOfficials had in general field catcher Tim McCarver
seven years as San Francisco vs. Boston .
; week in Winter Haven. manager of the Cardinals," De- may challenge them all. Minnesota Baltimore vs.vs.Detroit New York (A) STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY K PROOF-THE OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY CO,FRANKFORT I LOUISVILLE.. BOURBON,
;The tourney is sponsored by who will work the vine said. "But we don't like to x-Ceveland! vs. Los Angeles (A)
t, the Florida Recreation Associ- state basketball tournament today stress salaries. I like to talk x-Cleveland using divided squad. A
ation. There will be,no admis: and tomorrow have.been announced more about average than sal- Mrs. Ketch
sion charge to tomorrow's by the Florida High aries."

+ game and the public is invitedto School Activities Association. From either standpoint De- Wins Event HIGH SCHOOL

attend. Floyd Lay, executive secre- vine has plenty to talk about. STATE
tary of the FHSAA, said the Second baseman Julian Javier KEYSTONE HEIGHTSVon -
Seniors GaitlOvert actual pairing of officials for got a reported $20,000. But his Cile Ketch won the blind

Win each of today's eight games and three infield mates wrote their bogey tourney yesterday at the
1nc the four finals on Saturday will names for a lot more loot. Third Keystone Golf and Country
be made later. baseman Ken Boyer, shortstopDick Club with a 75. Fred Wymanwas
The Gainesville Boys' Club
The eight men chosen to work Groat and first basemanBill runnerup with a 76. BASKETBALLTOURNAMENT
Senior All-Star team which will
the tourney: White signed contracts for Plans are continuing for the
play in the state Senior Tour-
ment tomorrow took a thrillingwin John Kaufman, Tampa; Bob about $50,000 each. three-day tourney here March
over the Circle K Club from Blair, Leesburg; Dick Pace, Their National League records 23-25. A pro-lady event is seton
the University, 55-52. Maitland; Foster Shepherd, Jas- last year were impressive. Monday, March 28, and a
Trailing all the way until the per; R. L. Landers, Fort Lauderdale Boyer hit .285 with 111 runs two-day tourney on March 24-
last two minutes the Boys' Club ; Ed Stoeckel, Miami; batted in and 24 home runs; 25. A party is planned the even-
five got clutch baskets from La- James Long, Jacksonville; and Groat was .319 with 73 RBI; i ing of March 24. More details
,Sheldon Hilaman, Tallahassee. White .304 with 109 RBI and 27, will be annouced later.
rue Lackey and Harold Martinto
tie the score 48-48 at the end
of regulation play. In overtimeit

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win.Martin was top scorer with 17 4 +m0 \ ;6

points while Howard Hamiltonand } \>1\ aF'yf'SA ...r',. yitN
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The Boys' Club of Gainesvillewill Yv FRIDAY SATURDAY
host the state Boys' Club
Senior basketball tournament
tomorrow for boys ages 20 and
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Miami will compete in the one-
day single elimination event.
The host club will feature a 6:30 p.m.-CLASS AA 3:00 p.m.
tall front three in Howard Ham-
ilton, Dave Bronson and Jose CLASS C
Couret All three are 6-4. War- vs.
ren Jones and Harold Martin's
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this five will be Coolidge Gas-
sett, L a rue Lackey, Robert
Harms, Chris Guilarte and Ken- PALATKA vs. SEABREEZE
ny Brown.
Drawing for the tournament 7:30
pairings will be held at 10 ajn. p.m.
with the first game starting immediately 9:30 p.m.-CLASS AA CLASS A
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Friday, March 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun a-


Test With Army ic\laus: an GOLF Reds' Frank Robinson Eyes Comeback!.

Plr d lllNGrJT f1 .
1; By JACK MARTINI called, Clay said h e hadn't + By MIKE RATHET his batting average plummetedmore did manage to lead the league in worried about it, but it hasn't

I,; Associated Press Writer thought about it. fRAgBYIeg Associated Press Sports Writer than 80 points to .259. He one department-hit by pitches been bothering me, so it must
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) All of thrusts forward a left arm that 14. be okay." ;
LOUISVILLE, Ky. CAP-) After taking the test, Clay W E4'1\.,t3Al.LUE5 II Frank Robinson's wounds have reveals
Heavyweight champion Cassius said, he plans to fly to Chicagoto A tAASY AofNK iJEAR"noREEN'6 scars from being step- Despite that and the Oliver and The strained wrist, the cUt
healed except one-but you can'tpatch ped on by Milwaukee catcher
I'' Clay went down today to take visit "my honorable teacher, foa..WW e'V6'6f'1AY tf 7 with Hunt wounds, Robinson said his hand and the spiked bicep all
: someone's
pride a Gene Oliver and a 30-stitch cut
only concern was for a self-in-
another test from the who Muhammad. curtailed Robinson's
man \ O W&UAWY 1N BALL stitches. ability. Hip
o WILL row of from being spiked by Ron Huntof
may guide his fighting future- This is Elijah Muhammad, BE &/flUCr. ; UP FAIRLY WEL..1. the flicted injury. home run total dipped to 26, his
'I'. Uncle Sam. leader of the Black Muslims 50 11\.1G 'W14& ro1.LOvJ Ask the Cincinnati slugger New York Mets. "Early last season I tried to RBI total to 91 and his batting
THE GEN ERAL SLOPE OJ: M5 what happened last year when Ask him what he feels about
.. The 22-year-old champion said group. Clay has adopted the E'ANK-111A'fli& swpep hold up on a pitch, and I guessI average to the lowest point in

Thursday night he felt good and, religion of Islam but has ob- -ME $A1-L..UP.-i1i150! SRINcn this year, and he thrusts forward tried too hard and strained my I a major league career that began >

I "I'll do my best." jected to the name, Black Mus- Vt tf out QUICKLY.&CFTVANP&MU& HARPE erorz Matches Set his" pride. left wrist," he said. "I'm still with the Reds in 1956. -

Clay was examined previously lims. .WAN V&NORMAL"tO COMP MU&1& "I feel I have something to

in Florida by Selective Service I The champion said he was in- fA" E FORA uGNER'fRAJEC1VBY.! prove" said Robinson "and the S

I and later there were reports he vited to Chicago for a dinner --- In Merrill quicker I can, the better off I'll CHAIN LINK
did not pass the mental test. Friday night. P be. Everybody's going to be
Then military officials said Clay He said he would be in Chi- .I 4.61)1 -, watching to see if I had an off

: had been ordered to take more cago a day, then go to New / /. "" Golf EventFirst year, or whether I'm beginning HURRICANE
t York to to slip. have to back and
tape an appearance on come
tests because the first "were in I
the Jack Paar teleision show J ART have a good year"
conclusive. The tests will be a r round matches are
( ,/ ,, -y F Aims
Sunday. ; High FENCE
different series than that in scheduled tomorrow in the Merrill
I Clay, on other matters also With his pride 1
admittedly flag- _
Florida, a spokesman said. 'd i l+ I1 handicap tourney for mem- a rf
His trouble on the first test, replied to challenges hurled by f bers of the Junior Golf Association ging his natural ability, Robinson Protect And

Clay said, came with "a little contenders Doug Jones and a"f1.t is &WEEPING; M 14OD '-' I at the new Golf and has set his sights not at bet- BeautifyYour
Floyd Patterson. 1H5 COMMON TEMPfcKICY tering his 1963 batting marks but
boxes >
box of cut Home
thing, a row Country Club.
in various shapes and which "I've got a plan that will be a f 4E 6"CO DWP&flCKHZ BEAIND'ME CUJ8 HALL.1.o'i IH Boys and girls have been at surpassing his 1962 levels NOW

must be put together. first in ring history," he said. vER,If'1JEJALt.\ .l&rW combined in the 18 and 9 hole a .342 average, 39 homers 136
"I'll give Jones 20 per cent of IN A HOLE :R0 l&NO CHOice runs batted in and the National
Asked if he had any prefer PUT" ID ufr RIG l" INTO 111E'NK. matches. There also will be
ence about particular branchesof the gate, Patterson 20 per cent OpeN-me; GwBFACE /0I play for the 3-hole membersand League slugging title for the
and I'll take 30 cent and IvvluoALMOyrAy IF'MB third consecutive
the Army to serve in, if he is per AAP beginners. year.
I'll fight 'em both the same .rG WERE i6Af.. BE SURE. /I'fo "Normally, I'd just be looking
41 RIK'ME BAU. I:1R5? 15-hole pairings:
night. What's more, if one of Billy Armour, John Clardy forward to doing better than the O FREE Information & EstimatesSee

Persol 'em beats me, I'll give him my / and Kit Green; Joel McCoy, last year when I get down here," Our Quality Get Our Price

AgainIs ,30 per cent on top of it all." re pl' arII Steve Lawrence and Beverly Robinson said "but I know I can Before You Decide Immediate Installation
I t.' 'k-r r. Lf A do that this
IOL'.Jlcx uurus.AcL Rltritrf IhND time, so I have to
I George; Ray Moseley, Tommy look back to 1962. I had too NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE
FavoriteNEW Merrill and DeWitt Storm;
hitting defects last

Old NemesisOf Rick Stephens Lohr, John Jeff Klementand many son." sea- I L 3725333SAUNDERS I

YORK (AP-Undefeat-) Doug Jones Candy ; Montgomery Robinson, who threatened to
Suzanne and
ed Persol 8-5
Johnny was an quit baseball after the 1962 sea
favorite again to defeat Eddie Don Goodhart; Ray Merrill, son because the game was taking OIL r CO.

Cotton of Seattle in their return Jeff Lally and Tommy Dulan- so much out of him physically

television 10-rounder at Madi- Clay No. Contender ey; Teddy George vs. Wendy made no mention of the beat- 814 N.W. 4th St.
Wftes Ricky Stevens vs. Bobby
son Square Garden tonight. Black. ing he took last year when he
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The 23-year-old New Yorkerwas By WILL GRIMSLEY 1 I The picture has changed radically The new No. 1 contender is a 9-hole pairings:

the betting choice at the Associated Press Sports Writer since that wild* boisterous 1 rugged product of Harlem, a bit John Macdonald, Jan Stev-

same odds last Feb. 21 when he night 12 months ago. The loudmouthed ens and Will Ruffin; Stewart
NEW YORK (AP-It was exactly on the small side among cur
gained a split decision over the Clay has become the. Powers, Barbee Emmel and 0
a year ago today that a rent heavyweights. He is six
37-year-old veteran, who then king of the heavyweights, surprise : Diane Moseley; Nick Gaicia,
cocky Cassius Clay entered the feet tall, weighs 186 normallybut
was rated the No. 1 light heavyweight winner over Sonny Lis- Chip EDO and Hal Walker;
Madison Square Garden ring has got up as high as 196.
I contender by the World ton Feb. 25 at Miami Beach.I Tommy Ellis, Jeanne Puckett
against Doug Jones with a He started fighting as a 17-
f Boxing Association. Jones has moved to No. 1 Crowvs.
up Bobby Clayton; Daryl
smug poem on his lips. year-old in the U.S. Air Forceat
I contender in the of the Lisen Summerlin
ratings Cindy
Persol was ranked ninth by Sampson AFB, Geneva, N.Y.
1 "After the Round of Four, World Boxing Association. Clardy vs. Pat McCoy, Bruce
the WBA but on the strength of where he served 2 years, 3
"Jones will be no more." Jones and his Alex' months 13 Delaney vs. Cindy Cox and Henry
his victory was elevated to sec- manager, days.
A few hours later, the garrulous Koskowitz hosted lunch Barber vs. Marjo Scarbor
ond, just behind former a news ;
Clay was choking on his He won 36 fights as an ama ough.
Harold Johnson. Cotton eon at a swank French restaurant -
words. The teur turned in 1938 and be-
fight went 10 pro
which issued
was dropped to third. Thursday at they
t rounds, not four. Clay was declared gan a successful career which
Persol 14 months has 280-word .
a pro a challenge."It Mocs TriumphLAKELAND
the winner since then has 23 victories
on a split de produced
won all of his 11 pro fights, is our feeling that Cassius t
cision. Many in the sellout 16 by knockout, against
three by'knockouts. Cotton, a Clay will not accept this (AP) A three-
I crowd of 18,732, feeling Jones four losses and one draw.
pro campaigner for 17 years, had challenge, the statement said. under par 69 fired by Grover

has a 50-15-1 record, including "fake"won and, "fix.were" screaming "There hasn't been a real fight He has little respect for Clay, Matheney led the Florida South f

27 knockouts. "Jones is the toughest and ing champion since Joe Louis." whom he considers a "sham"; ern golf team to a 25-2 victoryover

best champion not even as good as Stetson University Thurs
fighter I have ever met,
Ocala Rodeo a subdued Clay conceded in his Eagles HireLine Floyd Patterson. day.

dressing room.

Opens Today Wants Bout Mentor Unknowns Harrison Krak
Harking back to this controversial -

OCALA The rodeo will have I bout, the 27 year old PHILADELPHIA APDick)

f a three day run at the South I Jones called on Clay, the new! Evans, defensive line coach Lead in St. Pete. EventST. B

: eastern Fat Stock Pavilion with heavyweight champion, to remember -with the Cleveland Browns of $1595 5YEARDELIVERED

first performance at 8 o'clock those words."I the National Football League, PETERSBURG, Fla. ner, had an even par opening
f; tonight. deserve another shot at has been signed to fill the same (AP-The St. Petersburg Open round. '
Clay. I am entitled to the next position with the Philadelphia 50,000 ,7
j Shows also are set at 3:30: lived up to its reputation British Open champion Bob
fight with the "
champion, Jones Eagles, it was announced Charles had miserable '
: p.m. tomorrow and 2:30 p.m. a day. rIN GAINESVILLE
I Sunday. insisted today. "I beat him Tursday by Coach Joe Kuha- through the first round as the He shot a four-over-par 76. MIL E
once. I can beat him again." rich. golf tournament of the long- '
j Many of the top cowboys and FULLY
i horses in Central Florida and shots, the young and unknown.A j ., X WARRANTY
Bowling r y .{rt
other southeastern states will LAST DAY SATURDAY youngster rom the plainsof .'oI"(:" __
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compete for honors. eastern Carolina and a West ResultsGENERAL
ALL 4r
FAMILY Virginian who plays little tour

nament golf led the field into ELECTRICW
Rebels ... 57 39 tt
the second round today.
Alley Cats 53'/. 42'
Bob Harrison, the North Caro- Hurricanes .. 46 50 .
lnun| ears .. 44 52 '.
linian who plays out of Palm Half Pints 40 56
Results .
I JOHNSON SEA-HORSE MO- Desert, Calif., and Mike Krak Alley Cats 4, Inlun-ears| 0; Hurricanes 3,' -
Rebels 1; Half Pints 3. Yankees 1. roar
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Oceanside, N.Y., shot five-un- Farm Bureau .. 60 44

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; March 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

I r It BUSINESS: MARKET REPORTReaders' 'New UF Constitution


r. Ii REVIEW: 'I

: OK'd by Control BoardTALLAHASSEE

rI Gen El 90 Phil Mor 12%,

I I Gen Fds 89% Phill Pet 48% w
I (AP) The Dr. J. Wayne Reitz university -the state*built a proposed $600 College of Agriculture agriculture
Gen Mills 40% RCA 38
RequestThe I I University Board of Control approved president objected to Dr. 000 classroom facility on govern- experiment stations, Agriculture
Gen Mtrs 84% Rep 44%
most of a new constitution -Foreman's action in pushing fora ment property and the govern Extension Service and
Goodrich 58% RevlonRey 38%
I I Goodyr 47 Tob 39% for the University of Florida constitutional provision, sayingthe ment wanted to cancel the lease.In School of Forestry.The .

today but withheld action on a situation was covered in the its current form, the lease proposed institute would
( following market quotations Greyhnd 53% StRegPSeaboard 33%
are requested specifically by readers Gulf Oil 51% 48% section covering faculty tenure separate tenure policy. provided for termination upon have a single budget and appro-
of the Sun financial page. The quota- STOCK LISTINGS
because of a technical question.The 30 days notice or in national
tions are furnished by Pierce Wul- Int Harv 67 Sears 107% Chairman Baya Harrison of priation, separate from the edu-
I bern Murphey Investment Service question arose over whe- with the federal
here.) Int Nick 72% Sinclair 44% St. Petersburg appointed a special emergency gov- cational and general budget and
ther to include a section spelling ernment paying fair rental for
Int PapJones&L 32 Vi Socony 71% committee to meet with a budgets for the Health Center
OVER THE COUNTER Purchases --- 433,805 74% SoutnC 54% out authority of the presidentand faculty committee to iron out temporary termination and depreciated and Engineering Experiment
N. Y. STOCK Short Sales 4,284 the Board of Control to the differences.The construction costs for Station.
Alico Land Kais Al 39 SperryR 18%
EXCHANGEAbbott Other Sales 456,802 overrule the tenure committee'srecommendations. permanent termination of the
Amer Fidel Life 2H. Total Sales 461,086 Ken'cottLig 83% StBrand 77% new constitution would replace lease. Board member Lawrence Kingof
& 75% S10 NJ a 1949 document which Miami said the Universityhad
Amer Heritage 21 Advances _ 558 My 82'/4
Lab 2.40 1151,2 Amer Nat Ins 20;, Loch'd 38% Studebak 7% The president and the board President Reitz said went into Delayed to the April meeting shown no tangible benefitsin
Declines ____________ 525
Allied Cern 1.80 55% Amer Pion'r Life 4'k Unchanged 277 Lorillard 44% Swift 43% already had this authority undera too much organizational detail a proposal to reorganize agriculture the change either in flexibi-
7n Anheuser Busch 48 Mag'vox 38% Texaco 75 separate tenure policy statement that could have been put into a programs at the Uni- lity or economy.Dr. .

Armco SU 3.00 -.- 41% I Anodyne 4% Total Issues 1,360 MplsHon 128% Thiokol 16% but board member Dr. handbook.In versity of Florida. Reitz was instructed to
- New 1963-64 Highs 80
Atch Topka 1.20a 59 I Citizens Bank 34 New 1963-64 Lows_ 13 MM&M 67% U Carbid 119% Charles Foreman of Fort Laud- other actions the board: Under consideration was a draw up a sample budget for

Am Elc Pow l.16b 63% Conn Lt & Pow ._ 36% Mohasco 12% Unit Airc 46% eradale wanted it inserted in Sent back to the attorney plan to create an institute of the reorganization setting out

Amer M Fdy .90 17% ;Cowles Mag & PB 131h NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Mons'to 70 Un Fruit 22% the constitution to give the boarda general's office a proposed lease food forestry and agricultural some benefits for considerationby

Amer Home l.4-1a 74 Dun & Bradst '_ 60 Comp. Volume Close Changes MontWd 37% US Steel 57% lever if a case were contestedin !at Cape Kennedy of a site for sciences embracing the presentEdwards' the board.

Bauch Lomb 1.20 28% Firs West Fine 191/s 123 200 RCA 37% off % Nat Dair 67% Univ Mat 12%. court. the University of Florida off-

Amer Enka 1.40a 35 Florida Gas l1 111 200 Atlas Chem 17% up 1% Nat Dist 26 WesgEl 34% The Tenure Committee comprises campus graduate engineering Journalist to Journalist
Amerada pt 2.00._ 270/4- Fla. Nat'l Bank 0_ 40 102 600 Chrysler 48% off % N. Am Av 52% Winn Dix 30% faculty members who leg- program.

Baxter Lab .36 59 Fla. Tel '_ '_ 27 58 700 Control Data 79 up 2% Pa RR 34% Woolwth 77% islate for the university on matters Still to be settled was the ques- .,--,.,

Beckman In -.... 471J Forrest Labs '_ '_ 301,2 54 800 Crucible Stl 26 up % Pep Cola 50 of internal control. tion of what would happen if .

Beech LF S 1.10 66 Founders Life 7% 51 200 Xerox 87% unch -- .
Bristol My .80 -- 91 Franklin Life 561f. 49 800 Am Motors 16 off % ...

Brown Shoe 3.40 Great Amer IS% Accountant Claims ,, _:"
1O'/4 43 600 U S Steel 57 up % ForgeriesOn < ", ..
Brunswick 115% GroUer ---- -- 46% 43 400 Repub Stl 44% up % z' .

Cambell S. 2.40 6-1112 Gulf Life '_ 57% 43 300 Gen Motors 84% off %

Carter Pdt l.00a 100/4- Herff Jones '_ 16 41 000 Sperry Rd 18% up %

CaseJ.I.--- 25% Home Insurance 66% 39 900 Ford Motor 56% off % Baker's Tax ReturnsWASHINGTON _
Cessna Air 1.00
Jax Minit Mkts 6
69% 39 400 Holiday Inn 19% up 1
II Ches Ohio 4.00 37 Kennasaw Life ._ '.. 13% Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks
CoasSGas- 451/4 Life of Fla 5% Volume Close Changes (A?) At a 7 from his $19,600-a-year Senate initiated the probe.Hauft's .
CBS I.S0b 29t Lowes Company __ 18 78 000 Syntex Corp '79 off 1%I' stormy meeting of the Senate post. I
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Comb Eng 1.20 16 Milgo Electron ._ 15% 58 200 TWAwts- 18% up % Rules Committee affidavit, dated Thursday -
Cone Mills .80 Mort. Ins 26%, today Repub- Prior to the start of I said _
21th Guaranty 50 100 Seabd Wd. A. 7% unch today'sclosed that while presenting

ContI Air .40 58 Pacific SW Air 43V4 34 700 Hycon Mfg 3 unch licans placed in evidence a committee meeting the information to the IRS on Baker's A _
Conti Ins 2.20 -- Schlitz .. sworn charge from an accountant
Brewing 47 -
79 21 200 Gulf Am Ld 5tt off % Democratic majority indicated he
Contrl Dat -.. 66 Secur. Life & Tr. 54 that his signature had been I returns was questioned

Corn Pdts 1.50 86': Southern Nitro 17V4 Late forged on Bobby Baker's fed they were ready to end the in- 'about some partnership tax returns -

Delta Air 1.60 14V& Travelers Ins ._ 50 MorningN. eral income tax returns. vestigation on the ground that I: he had prepared for the
Det Steel .60 testimony of any more witnesses -
Emerson El 1.00 42% Y. ListingAllis The accountant Milton L. would only be repititous.But plush Carousel Motel at Ocean

Fair Camra .50g 297; AMERICAN Hauft of Kensington Md., said City Md., of which Baker was ii

Jim Walter ...- '- '. 30 6; STOCK EXCHANGE Chal 17% Brunswk 10V4 in an affidavit that he discov- just before the session the principal owner.
Finanl Fed ... Alcoa ered this when he was calledto began Sen. Hugh Scott R-Pa., \
78V4 CaterTr 59% _
"During the of
4..th Aerojet-Gen 34% gave newsmen a copy of course my association _
Fst Chartr 1.97f Am Air 42 Celanese 63 the Internal Revenue Service with Mr. Baker I had
1 1'Fla Analex Corp 28% Hauft's affidavit. He said it
E Cst ...... Thursday for questioning about
Am Brk
547/s Chrysler 48% for
never prepared returns
191/4 Aqua Chem 18% showed that new evidence still any
Food Fair .90 AmBdPar 35V4 CocaCol tax returns he had prepared for "
531 Aurora Plastics ._ 32 130 was coming in, and that the in- the Carousel Motel, Hauft
FMC Corp 1.00 Am Can 41% Com Ed 49% Baker.
said. "When
32% Barnes Engineer '_ 24 vestigation should be continued. presented with the
Gen Tele .88 62Cetty Butler Shoe '_ _. 7% AmCyan 62% Con Edis 83% Republicans submitted Hauft's Scott left the committee session return by the Internal Revenue

Ga PaciCi l.00b 28 Cinerama '_ 15& AmMot 16% Cont Can 43% affidavit in demanding that the briefly to report in angry Service I noted that the signa- ;

Oil .10g 51 Chromaloy __ __ __ 11V4 I AT&T 140% Dow Che 70V4 committee go forward with its tones that the committee had tures purported to be mine

Grace Co 1.00b 27% Computer Sci 22% AT&T Rts21-32 DuPont 260% investigation of Baker's outside refused to accept the affidavitin were forgeries."
HeIne CUrt .80
585 Cutter Labs 18 AmTob 29 EAL 33% business dealings while he was I evidence, but later Sen. CarlT.
IBM 5.00 .. Hauft said that he went backto
15% E. KodaklSO I
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671'& Data Control 37% secretary to the Senate's Democratic Curtis R.Neb. got it into the
Tnt Min C 1.80a .. personal returns he had
Anaconda 48% Firestone 44% pre-
S5\ Fulton Inds 8% majority. record.
Int Tele 1.00 Armour 49% Fla P&L 77'/ pared for Baker "and on look-
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.llogg .80 a.- Mackey Airlines 7 Babcock 60 Ford 56% I Baker, a one-time Senate page The affidavit was sent to Sen.B. ing at the signatures on these

Lehman Cp 1.34e .. 291,2 66% Mead Johnson -_ 22% Beth Stl 37 Frmst Da 10% 'who built up a fortune he has Everett Jordan, D-N.C., the returns I noted that the signa-

Litton In 1.98f 19% Pac NW Tel ._ 22% Boeing 42 Frueh Tr 31% valued at more than $2 million committee chairman by Sen. tures as to the person preparing UF journalism students getting their experienceon
Lone S Cm 1.00 __ Borden 7354 Gen under fire last Oct. John these returns were also
30% resigned J.
Philips Elec 44 Dyn Williams R-Del., who
Marsh Fld 1.60 39 forgeries and were not my sig the copy desk of The Sun came under the scrutinyof
Martin M 1.00 19 Redwing Carriers '_ 11 nature." two expert journalists here as an accreditationteam

McG Hill .60a .. 371ts RIC Group 9% looking over the UF school. Looking over
Mead Corp 1.70 4-1 s Sperry R. Wts '_ 8% Hauft said he immediately reported shoulders is DeWitt Reddick dean of the Journalism

Merck 2.003 unNall Syntex '_ -_ ._ 79 YOUR MONEY'S WORTHi < this to IRS investigatorsand School at the University of Texas, right, and Holt

Air .80 _. 46% Tampa Elec 26% gave them samples of his McPherson editor of the High Point, N. C. Enterprise -

NY Cenll .SOg 3n Tech Measur .. 21% ') handwriting for matching pur Students are Linda Tilghman and Marty
TWA Wts ._ !v
50% Schram.
Nia M Pow 2.00 i" poses.
Valspar .__ '_ '. 8 Breaks Gains Losses i' -- -- -
Norfolk W 6.00 1231,2 on Trips \\t4.}})i -

No Ind P S 1.48 57 a Also extra or extrasb \

No Nat Gas 1.80 52 Annual rate plus stock divi- ,'t.... 960-Pounder Tops
Olin Math 1.20 47% Porter ;fI'
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Owens II G 2.50 _: J'-

Pac G&E 1.00 32 Declared or paid so far this You'll find significant new from tax under the new law. take combined businesspleasure ---- Steer Show Grand

Pac LUng 2.40 ._. 59 8 yearf clauses in the have resented as ChampThis
301,2 Paid in stock in 1963 estimated money-saving ((2)) Many stock market in- trips bitterly I
Pac T&T 1.20 cash value on ex-divi- 1964 tax law if you're an older vestors and others often take the 1962 tax law's expense I

Pan Amer A 1.20 31 68%2Penmoil dend or exdistribution dateg person selling your house at a substantial capital losses. Un- account clamp-down-which bar I Show judge Sloan Baker of team was composed of were presented by County Ag-

Parke Day 1.00 681h Paid last yearMUTUAL profit or an investor taking a til now the rule has been that red a businessman from deduct- the Florida Agricultural Experiment Junior Petty, David Petty, Don,ent Wilburn Farrell and Leon
2.00 financial loss or an individual an individual could ing his full travel on
42 you as expenses Stations also awarded Boggs and Charles Kersey. The I Sims, vo-ag teacher trainer at
Perkin EI .
-- 48 going on a combined business- deduct your capital loss only a business trip which he also blue ribbons to: Carlton De- Alachua Elementary team of the University of Florida.

Pfizer .80a 671h FUNDS & pleasure trip. from capital gain and could deduct -combined with a personal vaca- loach, Santa Fe FFA, Hereford -Chuck Calendine, Gary Emler

Phelps DG 3.00 _- ((1)) Many individuals 65 or ov any excess over capital tion. The 1962 law said too thatif steer; Johnny Emerson, and William Rimes took sec- The steer sale today concluded -
Polaroid .20 ._.. _. 153 INVESTMENT CO. sell their homes at profitin from income such lasted more thana I the ninth annual
a trip Greater
er gain ordinary up a Santa Fe FFA, crossbreed; ond place in 4-H judging, and
Pub Sv E G 2.60 761h 44Rayonier order to move into apartments to $1,000. You could do this in week and the time attributable I Mike Runnels, Gainesville FFA, the Newberry Element a r y 'Gainesville Steer Show under

PureOil.60 rental housing or smaller -, the year of the loss and the to pleasure activities was Hereford; Don McDavid, San- team was third. I the chairmanship of A. T.
36% Affiliated Fund 8.59
1.00 homes. Until this year they next five years. 25 per cent or more of the total ta Fe FFA Angus; Lamar Dudley Andrews.
Rexall .50b _- 38 Capital Life & Gr. 9.88 had to pay a tax on the profit As an illustration say you time away from home, a poretion Newberry FFA Angus; James Petty was high Individual -
Reyn Met! .50 40% Divers Growth '_ 9.72 from sale of their houses since I took a $10,000 capital loss in of the travel expenses be- Jimmy Emerson Santa Fe: scorer in the 4-H division -

Rich Merr 1.00 49% Dividend Shares 0 3.68 they did not replace their old 1963 and had no capital gains came non-deductible. But the FFA, Hereford. ; Gary Emler was second; KKK Heads
R C Cola 491/4 Dreyfus ._ 19.97
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home with another house cost- last year, and say you have no law was no sooner on the books and Kersey was third.
1 Roy Dutch 1.73g ... 421h Fidelity Capit 11.17 ing at least as much as the gains in the next five years. than the Treasury issued regu- Santa Fe FFA exhibitorshad The gain in weight con-:

I Searle Gd .90 ..- 58% Fidelity Fund 17.42 sales price of their old one. Under the old law you could lations which repealed it fora a total of four blue ribbon test was won by Audell Bristowof I i Charged In

I Singer 2.00 _.. 96 Fidelity Trend '_ 18.43Fundtal But under the new law the have deducted $1,000 of your large percentage of travelers. winners, but 4-H exhibitorswere the Hawthorne FFA Chapter. -

I Smith KIn 1.20a 66% Invest 10.69 profit from a house sold after 1963 $10,000 capital loss from1963's The only ones left who first in each weight divis- His steer gained an aver I
I Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% Income of Boston 8.29 Bomb PlotBy
1963 by a person 65 or over ordinary income and an- could possibly be hit by the law age of 2.97 pounds a day during
St Oil Cal 60 Inc 9.75Ke'stone ion.In
2.00 .. Incorporated
the out
for a price of $20,000 or Iss is other $1,000 a year from 1964 were self-employed persons and other events yesterday feeding period.
St Oil Ind 2.00b 631/s K-2 ._ _.
.. exempt from tax-and if the through 1968. Your total deduc- employes who were managing the Santa Fe Senior Chapter Second place winner in this KELL YSMITHJACKSONVILLE
Sterl .65 28 S-3 _
Drug Keystone
price is higher- than $20,000, tion over six years would have executives or related to employers. team won the FFA livestock contest was Tom Rush of the AP) Five
I Texas Util 1.20 59 Keystone S-4 4.67
a portion of the profit is tax- been $6,000 and that would judging contest. Team members -Hawthorne Chapter, and third officials of the Ku Klux Klan
I Textron 1.40 42 Life Investors ._. 19.61
exempt have marked the end of your In passing the 1964 law Con- were Craig Lewis Russ- place went to Russell Taylor of faced federal charges today that
Tidewater 381/4 Life Stock Fund 7.65
I Here is how this works. Say carry-over. For tax purposes, gress decided that the 1962 pro- ell Taylor and Jimmy Emer the Santa Fe FFA Chapter.In they intimidated and threatened
Trans W A 36 Mass. Inv Trust 16.25
I you're a 63-year-old homeowner -you would have wasted the remaining -vision should be repealed retroactively the FFA record book con a 6-year-old Negro boy by plot-
Union Pac 1.60a 4ffi( Mass Inv. Growth '_ 8.61 son.Second
and you sell your 25 year- $4,000 of your 1963 for travel in the place in FFA livestock test, Grier Wells of the Santa ting the Feb. 16 bombing of his
I Und Air L 1.50b 56 Pioneer Fund ._ __ 9.72 '
old residence this year for United States, although it wit 1 I judging was won by the Fe Chapter was first; Glen Bus- home.
I Upjohn 1.00 56\ Puritan Fund __ 9.35 loss.Under
$18,000. The house cost you the 1964 law, though, still apply to foreign travelSo Bradford Chapter team com- by Santa Fe, second; and i I FBI agents arrested four of
I War Lamb .70 26 Putnam Growth 15.49
$5,000. You won't pay any tax your capital loss. carry over if you're an executive or posed of John Odom, Dan Star- Johnny Emerson, Santa Fe, the five leaders in the white supremacy
I Worthintn 1.50 39\ TV & Elec 8.17
I at all on the $13,000 profit, even is now unlimited instead of self-employed person who combines ling and Bobby Patrick. And third. movement in Jackson-
Xerox ....
_. 87% Value Line Inc '_ 5.48
I though you don't buy another being limited to five years. business and pleasure on the Sa' ta Fe Junior Chapter Winners in the 4-H record ville Thursday night. The fifth
Zenith 1.203 ._ 84% Wellington Fund 14.91
I __ __ __ __ home. Thus in the above illustra- a primarily business top in team was third. book contest were Tom Ed- was arrested at Smyrna, Term.
Or say you sell your house tion, you, as a non-corporate the U. S., you can continueto Jimmy Emerson was high wards (the grand championsteer Held under $10000 bonds each

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES MAR. 12c for $40,000 and make a $10,000 taxpayer, could continue using deduct your entire travel individual scorer in the FFA exhibitor), first; Sammy were Barton H. Griffin. 35,

) New York Time profit Since your sales priceis your $4,000 loss after 1968. You costs to and from the business division, and Odom of the Brad- Cobb, Levy County 4-H, second -Jacky Don Harden, 25, Willie

High Low Close Net Chg. over $20,000 you are exempton could use it either against cap- destination as before-and you ford team was second. Danny ; and Larry Cobb Gainesville Eugene Wilson, 39, and Donald

25 Rails 133.97 132.60 133.22 Up .20 only $20,000 of the $40,000 ital gains or against up to $1- can forget about any partial allowance -Quincey of Bronson was third 4-H third. !Eugene Spegal, 31, of Jacksonville

I 25 Industrials 817.05 807.42 812.63 Off 2.35 price or one-half the gain.((000 a year of ordinary income. of your claim. high individual scorer. Winners in all the contests and Robert Pittman

I 50 Stocks 475.51 470.01 472.92 Off 1.08 This comes out to one-half of) ((3)) Many business executivesland (Next: Some Tax Breaks We The Hague team took first received cash awards at the Gentry, 28, of Murfreesboro,

$10,000, or $5,000 which is free self-employed persons who Are Losing.) place in 4-H livestock judging.. buyers banquet last night. They'I Tenn.

. Tell Bright Dim Sides of Florida Beef Industry I IBoth

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-g pessimistic and the optimistic -Florida in his banquet address to the young future cattlemen 'duction is one phase of Florida contestC. and Jim Wershow, president of

views of the future ofFlorida's took, however, the brighter viewof about the present crisis broughton agriculture that is going to receive M. Caddell local Cities the Alachua County Farm Bur
Steer Show Hears
beef cattle industrywere Florida's beef cattle future. Banquet
by the foreign meat imports. very strong support
presented last night at the He said that the beef cattle in- Service Oil Co. distributor presented -eau.The
and research at the
annual Greater Gainesville Steer dustry had gone through "low Cellon said that last year foreign teaching his company's Gold Key dinner menu included

Show buyers banquet at the cycles" before, but had always beef imports came to about Protest on ImportsDr. University of Florida.He award to Jerry Wasdin of Wal- prime roast of beef and the program

Gainesville High School cafe- emerged to go on to greater I said, "Our 4-H and FFA was planned by vo-ag
3.75 billion pounds. This he do for his outstanding accomplishments -
teria. things.He have contributed teachers William Cake and Harry
.programs -
said represented about 3%-4 in 4-H work. Wasdin
Around 250 persons, includingFFA admitted however, that million head of cattle. "Because York, when it came his duced in Florida has increasedby !greatly to speeding up this pro last was state winner of the Lydick. Mike Runnels vice

and 4-H Club exhibitors in the "low cycle" brought on by we are giving away this privilege time to speak agreed that the I 400 per cent and the income I gram." year president of the Gainesville

the steer show and special increasing imports of beef from (of selling beef) that many matter of beef imports is a ser from this source has increased I Bud Riviere, vice president of 4-H field crops project Two FFA chapter, was banquet
guests heard Florida Cattle abroad is a unique experience ious He said that years ago he was state winnerin chairman.The .
head of our own cattle were one. the I by 2,000 per cent. He said, !the Santa FFA Chapter, presided -
men's Association Presi dent for cattlemen. not sold, and that's why we are amount of beef imported repres- Florida beef at the banquet gardening. banquet was a followupto

Ralph Cellon Sr. of Alachua decry Cellon was called on to make not getting any prices for our ents about three times the live- !'though, that pro C Other program highlights included There were also brief talks yesterday's portion of the

the effect that imported a response to a welcome given beef," Cellon said. weight of beef currently pro- duction still is in a relatively presentation of awards to by Lanny Thompson, owner of steer show and is sponsored by

meat has had on domestic beef. ban ue-t guests by Portia Sache, "I hope you will go out and duced in Florida. early stage and that he is con- the winning livestock judging the Gainesville Livestock Mar- the Gainesville Chamber of

prices.Dr. I co-president of the Levy County4H inform the mis-informed about The agriculture provost said fident of even greater opportunities -teams in the steer show to the ket, where the steer show is Commerce to honor buyers of

E. '1'. York provost of I Councfl. He said he wantedto foreign beef imports" Cellon that during the past 20 years the I in this field in the future. best record book keepers and staged; by Fred Whitlaw of In- the show.steers and donors of

agriculture for the University of use the op j ttunity to speak told the FFA and 4-H exhibitors.: liveweight of beef cattle pro- York,said that beef cattle pro- winners of the gain-in-weight verness, state FFA president; the shov

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11. Golnevrille Sun Friday, March 13, 1964

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i Levy County d I ,.'...'* >': ... ,..." _.. ..*....,. llJ, ,. District Superintendent,

:ii i:1\ ; fl1P' 'Y'\7,r.' Mi _:''i.,, ;A. > : ,; ... _. ., ,. By WILBURN C. FARRELL i I Rev.After John Sikes'Sikes sermon, guest at speaker.the 11

Agricultural Extension Service
By LEONARD COBS I a.m. service, the congregation
'! Agricultural Extension Service II ... :
IIj i and friends will meet for a bas-
f It's strawberry harvestingtime Where these materials have' ket lunch on the church grounds.
t complete pecan spray sche are half grown for the controlof in Alachua County again. not given satisfactory control,I!grounds.
dule has been requested by several scab, downy spot and nursery Those big red delicious berries _
It growers in Levy County.Dr. blight, use Vt pound Dodine (Cy- began heading north from the use per cent Diazinon wett- BUY

., R. S. Mullen, Extension prex) or two pounds Zineb plus ,N. T. Thomas farm near Brooker able powder. For hand trans-:,

plant pathologist, and James one quart summer oil in 100 I last Monday. planter, mix Us ounces in each I GROTONEAnd

Brogdon, Extension entomologist gallons of water. I 50 gallons of water and apply i j
'l have supplied this office SECOND SPRAY'When' the I ; Starting at the end of the rows, 200 to 500 gallons per acre. If i, All Garden Needs
with a complete spray schedule. turn- looking down through the maze 1 mechanical transplanters are i j
of the small nuts have
These will be available from for control of scab, of shiny black plastic beds dot! used, mix 3 ounces of 50 percent I{ '
ed brown,
your county agent's office in blight, brown leaf spot, ed with bushy, dark green I Diazinon wettable powder,! atM&iJtJ
time for this year's crop. nursery casebearer and strawberry plants covered with. in each 50 gallons of water and:
FIRST SPRAY When leaves pecan nut white blooms and bright red apply about 300 gallons per acre. |I GARDEN
aphids, use same spray as number The Florida Department of Agriculture today named the Division of.Plant berries is a sight to behold. CENTER

I one except add two poundsof Industry's Winter Haven office and laboratory facilities (above) in honor of the I II I Keep the mixture well stirred, I 20 NW 16th Avt.-GaintivilU
1LIVESTOCK 15 cent wettable Para- You know many of our urban I especially when the wettable
I per late Dr. William G. Cowperthwaite of Gainesville. Dr. Cowperthwaite was state Phone 376-2651
thion to the 100 gallons of spray.I plant commissioner from 19:>7-61 and director of the Division of Plant Industry people have never seen strawberries powder is used.
or of the other ---------- --
Add four pounds of zinc sul from 1961 until his death last month in the crash of an airliner at Gainesville. many ,I
I MARKET I phate if pecan rosette is pres Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner delivered the dedicatory address to- crops we grow in Alachua and',.
surrounding counties, in
r ,lent. except :I
A good cattle sale and a light the supermarkets or roadside'!i
hog sale were reported this I Ii THIRD SPRAY Three stands. This spring try to get I ATTENTIONPOULTRY .
I I week at the Gainesville Live.weeks after second, for scab, day.County's out and meet your farm friends i

i stock Market. nursery blight, powdery mildew, Top Young Farmer who keep this country the top
The Federal-State Market blotch and brown leaf spot, use I agricultural producer in the
{ News Service reported a same spray as number two. world. Each of our farmers is

steady market and some spots FOURTH SPRAY Three ,i now producing food and fiber

50 cents to $1 higher, as 911 weeks after third for scab, nur- Sought by G'ville JayceesThe I for 28 other people. Much of
head of cattle were sold at the sery blight, powdery mildew, pecan this food is going to foreign
local market Monday. Uniform: leaf casebearer, aphids, .countries, such as India, to help PRODUCERS!

groups of cattle sold for higher mites, use same spray as num- Gainesville Jaycees are County" for 1964. He will be I the local Jaycee committee;keep many of those people suf-

prices than singles. Good ber three. in search of a young Alachua I honored at a banquet, receive,that is currently conducting a!,fering from malnutrition from
&& choice lightweight veal I FIFTH SPRAY For scab, County farmer who meets cer- a special plaque and other.search for starving to death.
I calves brought $28 to $32.25. I last week in July or in early tain requirements.He awards and will be the local! Alachua Young County'sOutstanding Farmer. I Tobacco and Pepper PLENTY OF LITTER

I Cattle prices Monday: August. This spray is needed must be between 21 and I Jaycees' nominee for Outstanding -! Perry, who is with the Flo-- Tobacco and pepper plants 1

I Steers and heifers-Good and I only] if rainy season extends 35 years of age. Young Farmer cf Florida. '':rida Farm Bureau InsuranceCo. are about ready to transplant in I

choice, $19.25-21; standard, $18-:'through July. Use same sprayas He must have an excellent re- I The Florida Junior Chamber, ., said that a panel of judges the fields. When transplanting AVAILABLE NOW !
19.50; utility, $15.50-18; stockers cord of and livestock of Commerce will 'ut- tobacco don't '!
number four. crop pro- .. pick an ( i has been selected and that they forget to protect,
$1221.Cows Two pounds wettable DDT or duction. He may be a general standing young farmer of ti\ei'will make their selection from the young plants from wire i
Utility, $14.50-17: cutters three pounds of wettable Mala- farmer, truck crop farmer, orany state from among the county I j six young farmers who have worms. They usually can be I North Florida Lumber Co.
$13-14.75; stockers, $13 thion can be used in: type, as long as farming 'nominees, and he will receive been nominated for the honor. controlled by addingpint of i:
19.75.! : the Parathion in the mix- is his main source of income.He .an expense-paid trip to Madi- 72-78 per cent chlordane emu)-,
Calves Good and choice, spray must make above aver- son, Wis., for the national fin- The judges will make their sifiable concentrate of \* pint: Formerly: B. T. Thomas Lumber Co.
$21.50-26.50; standards, 18.00 ture.A 6-2-100 Bordeaux mixturecan age farm profits and be generally als April 12-14. His trip will selection on the basis of ques- of 25 per cent aldrin or heptachlor 5 Miles South of Starke on Route 301 I
: 22.50; utility, $16-19; stockers, be substitued for Dodine known as a farm leader in be paid for by the National LP tionnaires the nominees have emulsifiable concentrate I Phone Starke 964.7701

$14-26.50. (Cyprex) or Zineb in the spray i his community.If Gas Market Development Coun- filled out on their farming oper- to each 50 gallons of water. i I.. ,
1 Bulls Utility, $16-17.50; cut- he meets all these requirements cil, national co-sponsor of the ations.
mixture. Bordeaux mix: t u r e
ters, 1415.50; stockers, $12 -I he may be named by Outstanding Young Farmer
should be used exclusively on These LP dealers
I gas are cosponsors -
18.23. the Jaycees as "Outstand i n g (OYF) program.
.Moore variety. This material I of the OYF locally
\ Grade hogs were 10.20 cents I Young Farmer of AlachuaAt Dale Perry chairman of project '
lower than last week, as 518 helps keep Spanish moss out of I'' I : Green's Fuel, FuiJgas,I I i 79c I

'.t r head of hogs were sold at the I the pecan trees.A Central Florida Gas Co., Propane !
local market Tuesday. complete wetting of the; Bottled Gas Co., Sure;
tog prices Tuesday: leaves, nuts and outer branches j/ Gas of High Springs and Py-', A
is for control of these' Gilclirist CountyAgent's rotax Gas Co. ZALEA SALE
No. 1's ((180-200( Ibs), $14.55; necessary II I
No! l's ((205-240 lbs.), $14.65; diseases and insects.In Perry named these judges'who '

No. 2's, $14.10; No. 3's, $12.50; dry weather one or two Corner are to select the OYF: Joe r
No. 4's, $12.50; No. 5's, $11; No. sprays may be omitted if pe!I x Busby, assistant director, Agri-: 3' bushy plants in
1 ro's, $11.50; feeders, up to can scab or insects do not increase cultural Extension Service; tVil- full bloom .

$18. I Ij or develop in the orchard.a I I, By JIM YELVINGTON burn Farrell, county agricultural i; All varieties single and

j E. Agricultural Extension Servicetor agent; Sandy Johnson,: double flowering.
II Farm Bureau Insurance Co.; i,

Plants Need Assist Newbern Summerlin, president -j
Bank of Newberry; and, CLEAR WHITEDOGWOOD
this time of year, when drivers would "shift up and Walter (Buzz) Mixson; Gainesville -' 6911 .
pecans are being fertilized and reduce engine speed" when doing Sun farm editor. ,
For 'Slenderizing'By corn will soon be planted and light work. 2' to 3' in gallon can
fertilized, it is timely to say, 2. Operate tractor at optimum Perry said that the judges!
Zinc can make the difference engine speed will result in fuel are currently in the process of! OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY

IIERVEY SHARPE I good sign for the gardener I ire a crop and no prop." A unit savings of 10 to 34 per cent. making their selection from'j

Plants are like people they: unless it's discovered that the :I of zinc in fertilizer for either 3. Keeping carburetor adjusted among the six nominees for! CREVASSE NURSERYAND

\ lose their shapeliness by over bark on a prized ornamental is pecans or corn is desirable on a with a 25-cent screwdrivercan ,OYF of Alachua County. He qrtt ; t1 t
I To the this maintenance basis. For curative said that the name of the OYF LANDSCAPE CO.
? eating. rupturing. neophyte mean fuel savings up to $50 ; i ai .d.NUa4ltVtr YYUltflf ,
could be an omen of a strangenew measure where resetting of pe- I annually. will be revealed at the banquet I j
Most folks have
I ( excuses whythey which will be in the : 2015 S.E. HAWTHORNE ROAD PHONE FR 5-2514
disease. I can leaves has been observed, I early part -
\ ha\e bulged out of shape.I I 4. Keep tractor fully loaded
Hut plants can't talk. They don't I If Chances are the splitting bark:extra zinc is needed 5 to 10 I don't baby it. of April. i ---- ---
have to. Look at the rain gauge is not a new ailment, but the'''pounds of zinc sulfate per tree 5. Service tractor regularly,
i and you'll discover that the wettest aftermath of winter freezes. Delayed -'for bearing trees 25 to 50 years spark plugs especially. I

t season of the century has, death of plant branches!I of age. I More complete information on
", kept food in easy reach all i'ialso causes alarm. ,I II YOUR TRACTOR DOLLARIn farm tractor selection and use

I Y winter.. I Jack Frost's havoc may not' a recent report on "Florida may be had by requesting Extension -
Since plants can't push away.show up until weeks or months' Farm Tractor Selection and I Agricultural Engineering -
from the table as people should, after the chilling winds have i Use," Dalton S. Harrison states Mimeo Report 64-3 dated

then assist them to reduce their given way to tropical breezes.If that, "According to research in March I, 196-1, from your county
1 waistline. I Arkansas and Illinois, the most agent.
you're not sure of an ailment 7
I Training tender shoots to stayin on your plants, it's alwaysa economical tractor according to 4-H CLUB NEWS
line is like chastising a child|I good idea to check the i fuel type is strongly influencedby i Next Tuesday evening will be

I because it is easier to nip wild toms with your local plant s'mp-I I the number of hours of annual -. the last chance for our 4-Hers _
f activities: in the bud.at an early 'ialist Or I use and fuel costs. Gasoline : to enter the 1964 Tri-County
or county agent.
a 'e than correcting them when; !may send a plant specimen you to tractors for all size groups I J I (Dixie-Gilchrist-Levy) 4-H Tractor I 1T1
they become hardened offend the Plant Pathology have a slight cost advantage I!I School. Those who art interested
ers. Therefore you'll find it I Agricultural Experiment Department over LP-gas and diesel tractorsat I I in getting the most return ;
easier to pinch a bud than to I Station of Florida the lower levels of use because -: per tractor dollar spent
University ,
wait and use the pruning saw. i i Gainesville. of the lower fixed costs for should take advantage of the :

Some hedge plants, crazy with i I gasoline tractors; however, three remaining periods of instruction -
growth, are putting on a Beatle Bougainvilleas they became more expensive to which empha size _
act. They are sending up neck-, operate at the higher levels of,"Care Not Repair." ro
It's possible to find some of ''
like, swaying shoots, then set use because of higher operating I
these vines that flower almost "
ting a canopy of leaves that are .... I costs.
as.scraggly as a Beatle's wig. any seasor, BB ar-But, if, Harrison lists some factors I II PROPANE i
Prepare now to remove the your vine didn puL ffi Wft..!.Ir .that will help reduce tractor I
show last season than the neighbor's
t wig-like growth, since it is more II ... costs as follows: j
than likely a spring fad that, pe..J.'"iim''rii| had too 1. Experts have estimated that LP. fWIIS .
heavy a hand in the fertilizer 75 cent of all farm
will not add to the beauty of the per -
I hedge. bag. is operated out of adjust- HOTTER THAN

t Lawns with a dull green color Bougainvilleas are very sensitive ment. Is yours? Also, that 70. NATURAL GAS
will snap to life again with applications to nitrogen. Too much will per cent of all work performedby
of water and fertilizer.I,give lush growth but few' a large size tractor is "light I''I Cook & Heat Water

Apply about 25 pounds of 6-6-6 flowers. --. ;,load work." Thus, a grower hay-1 i I Low Cost
j fertilizer per 1,000 square feet; One pound of 2-12-12 fertilizer' ing an annual tractor fuel bill
jI I of grass. I per 100 square feet of soil area('of $1,000 could save $2,000 over j FR 6-5110 Don't about tobacco wireworms.
I Sprinkle the plant food evenly usually will insure blossoms I II a ten-year perijjjL if their trac- ,- worry use

o'r the lawn, then water in to,next season. i ii

prevent the grass from being;i Another method to force flowering -I
burned by the fertilizer. I is to cut some of the| Attention Growers: many areas tobacco wireworms are Effectiveness plus safety
Often you can bring the green plant roots. With a garden spade 1 definitely resistant to soil insecticides that You can count on Diazinon to help your

color back to winter-wear also known as an idiot stick- AN ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO problem previously is spreading.controlled New them.areas And will the be critical crop thrive early and period grow right when through the

lawns with two tablespoons of make three or four stabs into under attack by these resistant varietiesfor damage can be disastrous. And wireworm
iron sulphate to each gallon of the AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS AND HOME the first this you can.
ground around the plant time season. Where No count on Diazinon to do the job safely.
water applied as a spray. i about 24 inches from the base. I one can say, for sure. The spread of resistance Ask your supplier for the Diazinon
Spring Few tr ,This plant torture method works is impossible to predict formulation you need and start the
Spring bursting out all over Is in about 9 cases out of ten. End the resistance threat season without worries about wireworm
There is now a brand new, modern Kilgore Seed The effectiveness of Diazinon insecti- damage.
cide against tobacco wireworms is some-
Company store in Alachua, Florida. The location is thing you can predict Effective against all
i ';. wireworms-including resistant strains-
i just east of the city limits on the north side of High- Diazinon has
'M-OIEY I \, .:i consistently provided out- w
way 441. standing control.
Decide on Diazinon this season and
you won't have to worry about the
I This store specializes in top-grade products and spread of resistance. Your tobacco crop
Just tell us how much I ." will have wireworm protection you can
Cull 2. Cull I service in .
prompt :
you need to pay old y.. Uonthl( 'lOll UNtil" I! depend on.
bills, for home improvements Ihcolwo Py.uts Rocolwo PynU i I A single application of Diazinon .
: car re$185,00 $11.00 $428.00 25.00 Agricultural Supplies Pesticides made prior to transplanting ends Here's another way to protect your young
pairs, for all your 269.00 1&.00 537.00 31.00 I i t 4.. your wireworm threat early. They don't tobacco against wireworms. just add
seasonal expenses. I : Custom Applications Herbicides get a chance to feed on roots or bore Diazinon SOW to your transplant water.
33800 20.00 .
OO 00 34.39
a Phone for prompt, into tender stems.The result is a stronger
I courteous service. PijrmtiU Fertilizers Seeds 'j.-- Ceigy Agricultural Chemicals, Division of
I include iatMttt all4 pnod> I. start for your transplants and a more uniform -
stand. Ceigy Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill
LOANS UP TO $600 Fumigants Plastic Films >t : Choose your control method River Road, Ardsley, New York.Diazinon.

Garden Supplies Tools You can expect top control of wireworms
rl't FAMILYFINANCE when you broadcast Diazinon 3 to 4 Geinu'Ltaproas '
weeks ahead of transplanting. Use either

... ,, I Diazinon SOW wettable powder or
.zmy-JC. The Kilgore Seed Company Diazinon AG 500 liquid as a broadcast ,
a o. .ewo. boea.aea.ina
SERVICE, INC. ol.: Division of Asgrow Seed Company spray.Or if you have granular application E
;. of Gainesville i equipment,broadcast Diazinon IOC.Diskin
all broadcast z'!
I 204 S. E. First Street . . . .FR 6-4661 j j I I Alachua, Florida I ._ after application.treatments immediately ;=-.--

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I) Friday, ,March 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun 19

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ScientificSpace I Infant Nutrition 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDEARN _
I g
: .' .. You
up to S50 a week. Full or i WANT-AD RATES
part-time. No soliciting or collecting I
Shot car neccessary. Call FR 6-
: I Ij I 19M.IMMEDIATE. PH. 372-8441 m

Grant Given VF PLACEMENT-wiUl =
j I Things fine income. 3 women 4 hours forClassified m
A Failure !. daily servicing Avon customers = .
near home Must act at .
: once. I -,.
Call Mrs. Bums at FR 2-0421. OnlyDEADLINES I
I TALLAHASSEE A team of ;sociate professor of pediatricsand Can e I
} CAPE KENNEDY. Fla. (AP) :' TYPING and general office work.
University of Florida medical i* project director said the Give education, experience, age
:, -Rocket failure ruined an effort I and reference. Write P.O. Box I I

;J today to boost a scientific I Ij [researchers today received a j;medical team will attempt to determine II I __702 Gainesville Fla. Twes. 'hN' Fri. papers-S pm. Day before publication

!7 probe 23,000 miles into space to:I'nod: from the Board of Control"'II if alteration in the nutrition ,MEDICAL of age $4,300 Secretary.per year.35 to Minimum 50 yrs xx For For ads ads to to 90 90 In In Sun.Mon.paper paper--12.00 I p.m.a.m.Sit.Sit.

I j study the earth's magnetic to investigate the effects of pre- of infant animals can affect 5 yrs. experience, plus 1 yr.
'II supervisory experience In hospital I (Minimum ad 4 lines)
field. I|'natal and infant nutrition on latter the illness patterns and the or large clinic Will consider

-A four-stage Blue Scout rocket length of life of the animal. permanent resident only. ApplyC. i FAMILY RATES
, j life. Buy H. Cowles. Bldg. J.. U of F. 02as i

I\ blasted off right on schedule at I 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c line 02
I "Ultimately, we want to WANTED HOSTESSTo 3 Insertions ........................ ..................... 22c line iI
6:40: a.m. with the gold plated !]f The Board approved a $146- welcome Gainesville newcomers 6 Insertions .. ..... I7c line
tl payload in its But 30 : In-I learn, he said, "if what you : Pleasant dignified, semi- g 12 insertions :::::::::::::::::. .. ::.":::::::::::::::::. Uc line i
I nose.
civic Culture,
position. poise
grant from the National appearance E
feed a baby will set a pattern and Initiative more Important Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earned a
minutes later the Air Force reported x number of Insertions.
stititutes of Health. The grant I that will determine illness in later than business training 02 I
the fourth stage of thebooster' as we train you. Auto necessary.
covers four years of research on life such as heart disease, Write, giving personal description -

statement failed to said ignite.A the. payload a project to be conducted in the cancer kidney disease, and even 5324, and Florida phone Greeting number Service to Box, i I Five letter words per lire I

the total life 'I' Inc. Daytona Beach, Florida. .
separated from the fourth stage University's College of Medicine.Dr. .I span. Hire Zip Sam.as2llrlcs

"and some useable data wasI William B. Weil, Jr., as- "It is already known that if I 32020.WANTED I 8 Pt. ordinary type I q
received." I we feed rats certain diets Live-In baby sitter. Must be experienced 1 12 Pt.Same as 3 lines

I Preliminary estimates Indicated I throughout their lives we can and the best. FR 27676 ordinary type

the 33 pound package Architecture change the number which be- 2-9535.after 5; or. if no answer FR 1 18 Pt.ordinary type 4 lines iI -

", reached an altitude of several come victims. 9" --OLAN---MILLS- I I

hundred miles before plunging A Awards Sell 6 telephone solicitors.: JUS per
oni Another grant for $87,872 was hour. 5'' hours per day 5 days J 24 P t Same as S lines
back to destruc-
a fiery re-entry per week. Apply Mrs. Myen i ordinary type
also approved for a summer Holiday Inn, Room 121. Sunday i
tion above the Atlantic.
i Two U n i v ersity of Florida language institute for high I to 5 and Monday 9 to 5. No i

The data received was only a architecture students ree'cei'ed : students please.
i today school Spanish teachers at the i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
I bare fraction of that sought on certificates of commendation 2 SENIOR beauticians good workIng l Incorrect Insertion. nor will it be liable for any error In
the intended 10 hour University of Florida. conditions. Group insurance. tisemejit to I greater extent than the cost of the space
probe's in an international design Reply Box 375-A, Gainesville Sun. pled by the Item 1,1 the advertisement. No adlusfment oceu-I
into Give name & Tel. no. & how be made on errors that do not
': trip space. The is the fourth awarded materially effect the
competition.The I long lived In Gainesville, Fla the dvertlsement. B
., The payload carried a rubidium ed this purpose by the U.S. or I ;;I

vapor magnetometer to students, Lynn Schirs of Office of Education.IN Or Use 12 Male Help Wonted The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or r.1

make an extensive study of the Detroit, Mich., and Richard C. ROUTE man wanted. Good phy xx Electing change any the classification advertisement cf which It advertisement deems ebiectional/ and to'i.

magnetic field and how it is affected Brown of Daytona Beach, won THE COURT OF THE COUNTY sical condition 21 to 35. Married; E' to conform to the policy any of the paper. from that ordered
JUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA must be bondable. High school II
by solar winds great the awards from the Park Asso- IN PROBATE.IN education! preferred. Apply 204 I =

clouds of radiation which burst ciation of New York City for designing THEORA RE: ESTATE F. PEDRICK OF SW 5th St.DELIVERY I _iilnIlIIImIlIIIIIf_'___!_nn_! _! ____ __ ____jfHI__aa'jargytimmiHiieimuinnHimiinTiiamuimi'BTii'imnmii_! ___'"_..._ ..___;
from the and through Deceased. man. Must be respon
sun race playgrounds to accomo- To All Creditors and Persons Having RentCLASSIFIED sible. High' .school C3. Driver's 27 Feed & Fertilizer 35 Houses for Sole
space. date young children. Claims or Demands Against Said Estale fro licxse "rc sj.ry. Opportunity
: luvancement. in sales &
\ Robert Hutchinson, physicistat You and each of you are hereby notified service. 43 hrs. week. Good pay. DAIRY FERTILIZER $100 per FOR rent or sale. 3 Bedroom 1
the Air Force Cambridge Research The competition sought a new and required to present any Reply Box 368-A, Gainesville Sun. yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376- bath, CCB house, chain link
claims and demands which you. or either t 5555. fence. 2001 N.E. 16th Ter. Call
Laboratories, said the type of playground and was open of you. may have against the WANTED young experienced repair FR 6-2293.
estate of THEORA F. PEDRICK deceased and salesman In the fieldof
findings could have proved use to architecture students throUgh-I I late of said County to the audio & record play back 28 Livestock & Supplies

ful in charting the safest route I out the world. Both County Judge of Alachua County Florida equipment. Call 3721235. $250 DOWN
at his office In the court house of 2 BR
in the of HAVE opening for route salesman. REGISTERED Quarter Horse Sale, frame house located on
College said County at Florida
for to travel on future sophomores NW 12th Terr.
man Well $55
within six calendar months from the established route. Prefer Livestock Pavillion, Ocala, Fla., per month.
space flights. I Architecture and Fine Arts. I'I'I the time of the first publication of this married man. Good physical con- Sat. March 14 at 11:00 A.M. 40
1 notice. Each claim or demand shall be dition. Must be bondable. Salary registered quarter and thoroughbred NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES
In writing and shall state the place of & commission. Fringe benefits &, horses. Information H. L. ssoo down, S45 month, located on
residence and post office address of paid vacation. Apply box 371-A. Cherry. Telephone, 245-2281, Ocala, SE 4Sm Terr.
I IOJ the claimant and shall be sworn to by Gainesville Sun. Fla.
the claimant. his agent, or attorney You -- Call FR 2-2372or FR 35931
Epilepsy Expert and any such claim or demand not *o MECHANIC to R&R Transmissions- NICE horse for sale. FR
'' flied shall be void.S. Learn Rebuilding. Gator Auto- 2-4416 otter 5 or .4BR Fla. Rm, fireplace. partial
THEODORE MARSH matic Transmission Service. 2525 A-C, walk to schools. $19,500 FHA.
& JOHN FLEMING MARSH Dial North Main St. weekends.FOR SWO down. 3544 NW 7th Ave.,
'I As executors of the Last Will and Tes- owner
F R 49048.
WANTED at once experienced TV SALE 3 year old Guernseymilk
tament of THEORA F. PEDRICK. deI -
|I 'h and Porrf jraph repair man. cow, nice bull calf. Freshened
Called ceased
RubyDALLAS I, First publication 3-13. 1964 Salary open. Reply to Box 373-A March 11th, S225. 2 year TALK

: (3143) 3:13. 20, 27. .:3 Gainesville Sun."GREYHOUND old Jersey heifer itt calf.. JIM
freshened Feb. 1st. FR J 8844.-

(AP) The jury in] browns chambers, the judge I IN THE CIRCUIT CCURT OF FLORIDA t--L..!. I WANTED for men to.train Immeuiate as intercity openings bus registered Yorkshire LOCATION !

Jack murder trial waited I I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INlANO drivers. Requirements: boars 5 months old. Phone FR
Ruby's gave permission. FOR ALACHCA COUNTY IN t. High School education. e-5365 You won't; find I better location

today to begin deliberating I I Ruby faces the electric chair,i(CHANCERY 376-4672 2. '24 "to 35 years of age: Height than Your children this pre-owned can play rambler.In the

his eleventh-hour for Lee Oswald In Pe- Adoption of 3 5 to 6' 3". Minimum weight 30 PETS & SUPPLIES large. established yard
fate, after an killing Harvey DARRELL REID HUMPHREY I 155 IDS. Maximum 210 IDS. at the or nearby
Oswald the I minor. 3. Must have good character and I Metcalfe or Howard
defense maneuver delayed the Nov. 24. was accused a Bishop school playground. 3-

end of the historic case. I j I assassin of President IN THE NAME NOTICE OF THE STATE OF Announcements driving ing heavy record.equipment Experience not neces drlv. CHIHUAHUA STUD SERVICE wardrobes bedrooms 2-fUlly all featuring tiled ttb built-in baths,
John F. Kennedy. ''FLORIDA TO: sary. Must pass rigid physical I parquet floors thruout separate
Defense lawyers won permisSion I i Darrell Francis Humphrey examination: 20:20lislon, uncorrected DAYS. dining area, $15.000; 1550 down
: from Judge Joe B. Brown j Ruby's lawyers contend he 40 Barker Avenue 2 CARD THANKS Contact C. A. Krauseor Call 376-9029 l am. to 5 p.m.. includes closing cost. FHA.
White Plains. New York D. R. Bounds I
at ,
I I Greyhound and 372-5121 after 6 p.m. S week.
to call another witness today- suffers from psychomotor epilepsy YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Terminal Orlando Florida, 2:00 ends. HUGH

and was legally insane that JAMES MARVIN PARKS, JR.. OUR sincere thanks for each kind P.M. or 7:00 P.M. on Satur.
after the trial officially ended I has heretotore filed a Petition In the No Longer and thoughtful deed, the lovely day, March 14; Sunday. March CHIHUAHUA puppies AKC reg. 3 EDWARDSINC.
Thursday. i' when he killed O$vald. I above styled Court for the adoption cards, beautiful flowers, food 15; Monday March 16; or Tuesday beautiful Easter gifts select
I Belli said Dr. Gibbs is theworld's i of DARRELL REID HUMPH and other kindnesses shown us March 17. An equal oppor- yours early. Mrs. Ballentine, .
REY, born November (, 1960 In Jack- 2005 E. Univ. Ave.
In a dramatic scene, Ruby'slawyers during the loss of our loved one. tunity employer. NE 16th Ave. &, 15tlSt..
Florida, to -
leading authority on I isonville. Duval County God bless each of The
told the judge that Dr. you and your wife. the former NAN May you. CAR SALESMAN; excellent opportunity GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC reg-, FR 2-1551
Bishop Family.
psychomotor epilepsy, but "he I CY HARVEY: HUMPHREY and That with locally owned Cadil-! Istered. Pedigreed X-ray parents.
Frederick A. Gibbs of Chicago, the said NANCY HARVEY HUMPH OUR HEARTFELT THANKS to all lac-Oldsmoblle dealer primarily Guaranteed. FR 6-2380. FOR SALE BY OWNER 22nd
felt that he didn't want to come I Street area. 4 BR, 2 baths 27
an authority on epilepsy, "is I REY, now NANCY: HARVEY PARKS who extended comforting sym- selling used cars. Compensation SIAMESE cat. 3 years old. Spay- living room end fireplace; hardwood
into a courtroom and testify I has loined In said Petition and consented pathy and help in our recent dependant upon ability and will ed female. Beautiful. affectionate floors, panelled walls S.
coming to Dallas" to testify. I is thereto. sorrow. For the beautiful service ingness to work, must earn over well mannered, 115. Leaving bullt-ins; central heat screened
where adversary procedure I I YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIEDthat floral offerings and other kind $100 per week to retain lob. Only town. Call FR 2-4788 after porch; shaded landscaped yard
At almost the same instant followed." i you shall be and appear In said nesses. we are deeply grateful. sober persons of high moral 530. patio and Bar-B-Q pit; service
M. Wade said I Court on the 30th day of March, 1964, The Pearl Sheppard Family. character will be considered. area. Call 376-5642 for appt.
Dist. Atty. Henry Gibbs agreed to come as an 'then and there to show cause, if any Apply In person to Jay Braslng- FOR sale purebred Pointer bird
"your honor and ladies and : yoj have why sole Petition should ton, Used Car Manager. B &. G dog puppies. Call FR 6-3300. FOR SALE BY OWNERNW
independent witness the attorney b. 3 LOST & FOUND
not granted.
I Co. 2001 NW 13th St. Dachshund Section, 3 BR 2 bath. CCB,
gentlemen of the jury the state said. WITNESS my hand and seal of of THOROUGHBRED miniature central heat., built-in appliances.targe
Gainesville, Alachua County. (no papers) long haired
flee at '
LOST Reading glasses case.
rests. |I Several expert witnesses, testifying -Florida, this 20th day of February. Need Copy Dr. Bertram Landers. OPPORTUNITYCouch's 3760639.GERMAN female.. For Information call paved utlnt street,room on ,sewer.dbl. carport Small

That ended the scheduled rebuttal -, for the state, said they I:,1964. J. B. CARMICHAEL. I Wolpin Lake Wood at ,Primrose N. J Call Inn.Bertram FR Job openings business in Is Sales expanding.department Shepherd female. loves down p.m. payment. FR 6-4774 after 6

testimony and opened the disagree with Gibbs' conclusions 'I Clerk Circuit Court I II 6-5379. combination sale office children regislered, 14 monthsold

way to give the case to the jury about psychomotor epilepsy and I (Court EMILY Seal) WATERHOUSE 4 Personalized Services man.TV Permanent and radio|lob.technicians Experienced ;. FR, 64112.COCKER 130 .to right party. Phone NO bath.DOWN Central PAYMENT heat, central 3 BR., air 2
summations both sides. Deputy I antenna Installers apprentice cond. Northwest. 19000. Call
after by of elector-en
his interpretation (3102) 2:21. 21: 3:4: 13 I repairman or what have you to Spaniel puppies, AKC 376-2927.

Chief defense counsel Melvin cephalograms, brain wave tracings -; Sell Fast LEARN TO DRIVE! Special attention offer? Apply' In person. Must be reg. J35. "Little Beauties". Also
3 BEDROOM block house
able Stud service *. dogs for for sale.
1IN to grown
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA to nervous or elderly. supply character references
Belli and his assistant, Joe Ton- made in tests on Ruby. 11 IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTYIN Easy Way Driving School. FR Couch's. "08 N. Main St. sale. Call 4812362. 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity
demanded that The trial which began Feb. CHANCERY 7-7002 Lie by SIde of Fla --- and take up payments. Call FR
ahill heatedly I FOR sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male
'Iin Re: Adoption of 13-Help Male or Female and female, $50 for both. Call
Dr. Gibbs be permitted to testi. 17. developed pretty much into CHARLES STEPHEN HUMPHREY, I E SPECIAL NOTICES FR 14539 64930.NEWHOMES

After lawyers wrangle in ''a battle of psychiatrists. a minor.NOTICE
fy. a Exp. secretaries, FOR sale Priced
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly salary open purebred Beagle pups from $12,700 to $18,000
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Dex-A-Di). New name. same I Cashier-hostess, attractive and cross-breed. Cheap price NO MONEY DOWN VA
FLORIDA TO: jnly 98c. Canova's Drug White housekeeper, $75 wk. James Kennel. Phone 473-49J8 pay only $100 closing
Darrell Francis Humphrey ';'ela37 N. Main St. I Bookkeeper, salary open Keystone Heights. Best terms FHA
Candidates Stake 40 Barker Avenue Exp. waitress, salary & comm. Free lifetime Swim Club Membership -
White Plains, New York DUE to divorce I have a like Exp. mechanics
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED new 1964 model Zig Zag. Automatic : Store trainee, hi' schl. grad. 34 Waterfront Property
that JAMES MARVIN PARKS, JR.. sewing machine, that Off. trainee, hi schl. grad. HUGH EDWARDS,
has heretofore filed a Petition In the does everything. We would like Tree surgeon foreman, $2 hr.
above-styled Court for the adoption of some one to take up paymentsof Auto salesman. Exp. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE INC.
CHARLES STEPHEN HUMPHREY, $6.00 mo. Ph. 3722051. : Short order grill man N.E. 1 16th
per Ave. & 15fh Street
Insurance trainee SiOO wk.
Claims in Calif.TALLAHASSEE BORN April 10, 1962. in Jacksonville. Du 30 minutes from Gainesville.
val Florida. to and Route salesman. Levy Co. 372-1551
County you BIG RUMMAGE SALE IN CONNELL EMPLOY. Patatka Road. Clear sand bottom
your wife the former NANCY HARVEY ARCHER behind Dixie Garage OwNErt j
front :
HUMPHREY and that the said 120 SE 1st Ave. lake. Good teach BY THE In IdrlewlideTl
NANCY HARVEY HUMPHREY, now withPerson on 41. Phone 374-8234 i moss covered trees. BR, CCB house. tile bath, family
-- room. Call 3728001 after
WASHINGTON (AP Sen. ernor who has also entered the NANCY HARVEY PARKS has ioined BOOKKEEPER 40 hour week good Call WALTER STUBBS, INC. 5-30 P.M.
In said Petition and consented thereto 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care pay. Must have
good knowledgeof 376-5394
Barry Goldwater joins Gov.j GOP presidential race. I ). accounting and be able to If you plan to build and would
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED make all types of & like a custom built home by experienced
today in There rumbles of irritation closing 34 Waterfront
Rockefeller were Property
| that you shall be and appear In said TINY TOT monthly' statements. Reply Box builders that have
prospecting for political gold in in the Rockefeller camp'Court on the 30th day of March, 1964. 369-A, c/o GaInesville Sun. the time to discuss plans witn
then and there to show cause if any to you. call 372-2527 ask for Grn
California. Both have staked that Texas Republican leaders you have, why said Petition should PLAY SCHOOLVisit OLAN MILLS WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. Paramore. we have availableour

I not be granted. i/s and see for yourself. Liqht delivery, must Broker. specalizlng In 80 plans to choose from.
out the same claim the cityof were trying to set up a Gold- WITNESS my hand and seal of of. 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. SSO per week. ri days.own Apply car. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. Complete financing can be explained
Fresno. water victory* at the gover I lice at Gainesville Alachua County, PersonWANT Mrs Myers, Holiday Inn. Room AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose to you right In your own
Florida, this 20th Jay of February, PLANNED program awaits your 121. GR 5-2981. home. For appointment calk
The two rivals for the Re- nor's expense-in the Lone StarState's 1964. ore-school younastr at JACK Sunday and Monday 9 to 5. THE JAMES CO.
publican presidential nomination May 2 presidential preference Clerk! Circuit Court Music programs, educational route. Must have good transpor. BestBuy Furnished Year Builders of Klngiberry Home
Round Lake Home S2S.OOO
to round contest. I EMILY WATERHOUSE film-strips. 7:455:15.: Won.-Frl. tation. Post cash bond. For furtiter Ph. 372-2527, nltes 372-7401.
trying up sup- I Deputy Clerk 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. Information write P. O. Choice 3 bedroom J bath *
port for California's June 2 primary -| Rockefeller asked Thursday (Court Seal) Box 214 or call FR 24451. year round lake home S29XX> 4-BEDROOM 2-bath home elM;
I DAY CAR for children In my ..:-- Lake Rosa home with to town in nice NE residential
(3103)) 2:21 21 3.6 13
which Goldwater calls that his name be kept off the ; ; home. N.W. Section. FR 2-9741. 2 guest cottages $30,000 neighborhood In walking distanceto

"The big one have speeches !!'ballot, saying his schedule IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY COMPETENT mother will care for 14-S.111 Help Wanted Lake Santa Fe 4 bedrooms Boy's Club and elementary
'I 2 baths (34,500 ,
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA -I school. Paved street city sewer
and public appearances lined I|{I wouldn't give him time to campaign IN PROBATE. children.Reasonable Days in or my after home.school.909 $ALESMAN.field Man with interested auto. in Good insurance home Four bedrooms on beautiful 2 bath lake CB S3S,000 and utilities. $14,995 with termsto
suit Call FR 2-9714 for
up in the central California: there. But State GOP MINNIE IN RE: ESTATE B. WILLIAMS OF SE 1st Ave. 37t-S1. training salary. Phone FR 2-0892 Four bedrooms 2 baths about appointment buyer.to see.
II I Chairman Peter O'Donnell Jr. I Deceased WILL care for children in my 1A M. Friday all day. I acres on Lake Rosa $39,500
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER. home. Infants to 1 year. Good CO. :
Saturday, the New York governor said the Texas committee had SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -I references. 215 N.E. 6th St. FR EDUCATIONALSALESMAN 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. Bath. central heat with fireplace
UN 47th Terrace. PriceSI
and the Arizona senator :'decided that the names of all '' AGAINST SAID ESTATE: &5012.CHilD. PHONE 372-3522 5.900.CHEAPER_
You and each of you are hereby notified OR DIRECT CLEARED. fenced 90 200 lot
CARE $8 week. Baby I SALESMAN. Must x on THAN RENT: 3. BR
"iII address the California Re- announced candidates would be and required to present any claims I i ttmg 40c an per hour. Anytime. be able to close sale. Have ex. clear, sand bottom lake 25 miles 1-bath. SE 46th Terr. ".SOG.
I and demands which you. or either of perence: in direct sales. Unlimited from town. 1,000 cash. Phone Payments S45 per mo.
the ballot. Phone 3727401.
publican Assembly Convention, on you. may have against the estate of i Bonified leads. Opportunity 376-2342. 2-BR 1-bath SE 46th Terr. ".500.

volunteer organization. An- j The Rockefeller forces were MINNIE B. WILLIAMS deceased late to earn minimum of 1200. S45 per mo.
of said County, to the County Judgeof 4LINES 00 weekly. Start at BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee And also some trade-in Houses.
other speaker will be Harld said to be concerned that it Alachua County. Florida at his offiCe Employment resume including phone once.to Write PresIdent River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- Call FR 6-7466.
in the court house of said County
Stassen, former Minnesota gov-. was an attempt to maneuverthe at Gainesville Florida. within six calendar Association of Home 4160. NO qualifying. FHA financing. 4
I months from the time of the Study Schools 8210 Hickory LAKE house completely furnished BR.. 2 baths low down pay.meet. .
governor into a position 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDBEAurE' Street New
first publication of this notice. Each Orleans 11. Louisiana on Lake Hutchinson. White sand 3009 NE 12th St. 373-6590.
where Goldwater could hand claim or demand shall be in writing, bottom lake & nice white
OVER 1,400 Ft. plus carport and
Beverage and shall state the place of residence DEMONSTRATORS beach. Best buy around. 10000.
him a sharp beating. I6-Work Wanted porch. 3 BR. and study 1-1
the claimant
and post office address of Financing by owner $1,500 down.
hour demon- In drawers
Earn up to $5 per bath, attic fan. built
Four other GOP and shall be sworn to by fie Balance at 6 per cent. Phone
possible Studio Girl SOx40
Dept. Study con- strating famous I vanity and storage galore! -
and EXPERIENCED Medical TeUsOticlan -
I claimant his gent or attorney Cosmetics. Full cr Part Time. FR 2-4414 after f p.m. or on : Convenient to Metcalf
tenders-but no announced can (any such claim or demand not so filed Phone 374-4334 after .. desires position with private week-ends. Bishop Parochial Schools. S49
shall be void. Each claim to be rendered practicing doctor or labo.ratory. -
Is Planned didates also asked their' 10 I Mo. V.A. 4T< percent. FR 6-2775.
1 in duplicate and accompanied by I LOOK $5.95 Your watch cleaned Phone 6-2741.

names be kept off the Texas ''a filing JOHN fee of B.Sl.OO.CULPEPPER._ __uU I plus! $300 gold filled band; FEMALE experienced as clerk I Real Estate For Sale 3 LG. BR, 2 bath panelled LR.HrV
(AP) The ballot: Richard M. Nixon, Gov. As executor of the' Last Will WATCH Choice of REPAIR.designs. THE 113 N.BAZAAR Main i I typist and; credit posting clerk clerk.figure Needs typist floors. On Ig fenced oarage corner lot.

chairman of a governmental reorganization William Scranton of Pennsylvania MINNIE and Testament B. WILLIAMS of DAYS St. Mr. Otts. FR 4--7137.SWONEY -. work. 61961.EXPERIENCED. 35 Houses for Sal a UN use near dp. Stephen FR iMSI.HM Foster.. $14,500,

committee says, ,, Gov. George Romney of deceased S bookkeeper; 4
21. 1964 for sale or rent 3
February SECTION
First publication $100 EXTRA a month with our
that a searching look will be :Michigan and Ambassador Henry Scruggs & Carmlchael. new SoRare Beauty Program.We yrs. experience of dairy. as Have head excellent bookkeeper A HOME far Florida. Lg. open and 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CCB

taken at the State Beverage\ Cabot Lodge, who won the I Attorneys. O. Box for 136.tile ExecutorP. Box she 366-A* you NOW how c/o FREE.GainesvilleSun Writeto Call reference.FR 6-4714.Desires perm. position. living, built-In area with planters walnut 24 paneling ft. sewers.home. City Shown water.by appointment.lights and

but that it won't be New Gainesville, Florida. ONLY sliding glass doors opening onto Phone FR 23826.
Department Hampshire primary on a for Interview appt. enclosed covered patio. 3 BR

a grand jury type inquiry. I heavy write-in vote. I nun 2:2I 3:4. 13. 20. CLERK for Insurance office age 17 Work Wanted Male 2 baths central air-condition- LIKE THEWEATHER
and heating, eat-In kitchen
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN office duties Including !
Rep. Welborn Daniel of Lake On the other side of the political : AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY shorthand & typing. SUMMER lob wanled, will be inurn witn built-in stove dishwasher ?
County said the of liquor ; fence the Wisconsin FLORIDA Good fringe benefits. Phone FR grade. 5' 10"" weight' 160 and d'p: group ,
or- IN RE: ESTATE OFGEORGE 6-1261. lb*.. 15 years old. Good grades. 122000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. You'll be comfortable In anyweather
industry representatives and for ganizers of a drive to scare' W. DREBLOW Will do anything. 3713 SE 14th Week days after 5. FR 6-49.s. In this new bedroom,
WAITRESS wanted evening work baths fully air conditioned
I Terr. Phone 373-7119 esk for
mer beverage directors would the Democratic vice presidential Deceased.NOTICE TO CREDITORS at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. Mitchell. ;3 BEDROOM frame, air condition Hugh Edwards home. BvHt: In
the TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER Must have neat appearance ed. wall to wail carpeting kitchen Includes General Electricoven
look for to
ways reorganize nomination for Atty. Gen. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE. & pleasing personality. Apply' in WANTS work colored boy, 14 throughout the home. Draperies. and range and refrigerator.

department for greater efficiency. Robert F. Kennedy have rejected MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: flat. person between I AJA. & 11 A.M. yrs. old reliable, honest. Contact Situated on large wooded lot. Large laundry room. VA. FHA
You and each of you are hereby notIfied a special charge or 2 P.M. & 4 P.M. 2830 NW by phone FR 3-U11. Sale price 114,150. $1,000 down or Conventional.
his request through the Jus- and required to Present any service for noncommercial 13th St. call 176-1161. Weekdays after tp.m. HUGH
and demands which you. or IS Schools & Instruction Anytime weekends..
The subjects to be studied will tice Department that the campaign
have against the users only.
either of you. may
include the policies for awarding be discontinued. Estate of GEORGE W. DREBLOW to dining, Rm. Lg. living room
the County Judge of Alachua County. FURNITURE 1 1st Lesson Free
liquor licenses; transferring I playroom. double garage on .
Florida at his office In lIsa Court
UPHOLSTERYFor wooded lot. Split-level. For sale
licenses; the tenure of the state Kentucky Fight House of said County at Gainesville Dial Harvey's Real Estate by owner. Will trad for smaller NE 14th Ave. and 15th St.
Florida. within six calendar months LICENSE COURSEHOwELL'S FR 3-1551
director and the
beverage ; cigarette from the time of the first publication BUSINESS COLLEGE
of this notice. Each claim or demand Call 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-JS07, 22nd St.) FOR SALE Woodland Terrace, redwood
tax collecting operation of FRANKFORT, KAP) shall be In writing and shall state tt-e 376-4672 172-3727 3 BR. 1 bath new wail

the department to determine The House ,voted Thursday to place of residence and post office address 372-6142 LEARN EARN HAZEL HEIGHTSSee to wall carpet. stove refrigerator -
lot. landscaped
of the claimant, and shall be 4-bedroom and .bedroom shaded
whether it should be transferredto abolish capital punishment in sworn to by the claimant his agent GAINESVILLE I Secretarial courses speedwriting ,our 2-bath CCB homes with I' patio. Small down payment assume
his and such claim" shorthand. Classes now form- t 15 yr. mortgaoe. Total
attorney any built-in electric stove and yen. .
the revenue commission.The Kentucky, but its action still lor I'r den-ana not so filed snail be void. Direct line to UPHOLSTERY 1rI;. Howell's Business Cot'ege, I Central heat city utlliT'es.! $12.930. 52$ NW 34th Terr. Ph.
issuance of licenses drew needs Senate approval.The Florida National Bank of Jack-I 218 W. Untv Ave. I Wired for television and tele 372-6060 after 4 P.M. and week.
I sonville Jacksonville. Florida, IS' 1508 N.W. 13th St. phone Large yards completely ends. or 3764600 dally. _
p some criticism and a grand jury bill eliminates the death executor of the last will and Want Ad-Visors Chet Paulson. Owner I 22 Special Service grassed. Hazel Heights Ishi BEAUTIFULLY kept home. 3 BR.

I investigated allegations of irregularities penalty in all statutes that testament of George W. Ore-1: -ne city limits. Equipped with, Convenient to school S. shopping.
provide I blow deceased. ESTIMATES "LIKE I NEA" That'a ....h.tlOU'U sewer lines close to bus stop.-
in Polk few it. It is Lowry & AndrewsAtiorneysatLaw say about clothes cleaned at low down: payment conventional Oak parquet floors like new.
County a expected to face Alr-cOndi-
Ii PICK-UP and AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 loans. Located on North. Lots of closet space.

I months ago. However no indictments -II rough going in the upper cham p. O. Box 390 I 'I DELIVERY I' hr. service free pickup and west 39th Ave. West of 13tti tloned lIDO down.; dishwasher IOCS NI, nice Z3rtf yard.Blvd.
\Gainesville. Florida delivery; AIR-WAY costs less St. Shown by appointment
were returned. ber. FR JJ90.J .
(1124) 2:21 S:" 13 20 202 I.e. 14th St. FR 5-5165. phone FR 2-3826.



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40 Business PropertiesFOR I 45 Furnished Apts. 54 Business Rentals
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sol. 35 Houses for Sol I tllllmlmmmtmltllllllllllIIIlItI1IIIIIIRmI !
II Shadow Lawn Estates
EFFICIENCY furnished apart- I
It t $77.14 MONTHLY, VA loan. Lovely BY OWNER. SALE OR LEASE 16 ACRES. ment. With TV antenna, comfort- $125 MO. I Norwood I Custom-built homes that look
I 3 BR home with Fla. rm.. HOUSE FOR SALE NEW HOMES with 8 acres zoned business 500 able. For a couple. Call 3761748. NEARLY new modem office or custom-built. U you are tiredof
NW section
3 bedrooms 2 baths 3 bedroom location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. = homes with that tub-dirt-
patio & carport. Located In NE and ft. hwy. frontage
I fi sect. By owner 373-2341. call after 5:30 p.m. for appoint. B. sure and Inspect 2 bath these homeson 3 furnished house. INTERESTED? FUN LOVING BACHELOR wantsto Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty i lion look. >e* I BUYERS
ment. 3761736WESTWOOD 4 bedroom. 1
Ave. before you Call 2-4957. share apt. with same. Air 1113 N. Main St. Hope F. D. Oliver Bldr.
t\1 BY OWNER Hibiscus Park. Fin- LITTLEWOOD N.W. 16th conditioned. Call John FR 2-6404 Ph. FR S-086
I ley School Area, 3 Bedroom finished Walking distance- to schools. 3 buy. Each and on one landscaped.half acre Modern lots. LOOKINGFor Evening-FR 2-6433 days. NOW LEASING in new bldg. retail 3 "H" Inc. | West cc NW 39th Au. past I
upstairs. Fireplace. Phone Sprigged stores offices suites. W. GUIDE
in Skyline the Glen bltu"
BR, 2 baths home Sprints
I FR 2-0992. Heights. StudY. hardwood floors.buill..n kitchen. Hardwood air conditionedand floors. business space? City block BEDROOM trailer quiet. prlv. Univ. Ave. Call 372-2385 for Information I We Trade Homes | U... See ilr *n left.
heat .
Cent. with large concrete block build- ate. Good for student or work-
1 FOR Sale 3 BR; 2 bath brickI range & oven. Cent. much more. Call us any $50 by The James
heat. Shaded back yard. Call ing. Ideal for most any type Ing person. month. Phone Co.
home. FHA financing. $550 down. 3725974. time to see. business. 1111 S. Main. Call Mrs. FR 2-9838. 54 Business Rentals I or Property | I
I Must tell, owner leaving town.
I FR 6-3533. The James Co.
% LARGE clean well Gainesville,
2208 NE 15th Terr. Call 374-8472. furnished 4-
$100.00 DOWNAnd RESTAURANTBUSY room apartment. No children or OFFICE space for rent. Univ. BgiMnHiiiniiiii"iiiiiisiiiiiiii5ninniiisni3!! nn I Inc.. Builders of KIngsberry
3 BR. I bath family room fireplace PARRISHPRESENTS I Homes for this area will
only $100 per month will Restaurant. Busy Town. pets. Married couple. Marie Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c I- be
.f nice yard. back fenced. move you Into this attractive CB Busy Location at Highway 21 & Whiteman. 110 N.W. 7th Terr. per sq. foot. John Merrill Real. I The following are ready for == I I happy to answer any questionsyou
Lots of shade lovely neighbor. Your Best might have
home at 1311 N.E. 14th place. 100 in Keystone Heights. Fully tors. 3721494. 02 occupancy. g Buy concerning
hood, low equity, low payments.Low Ref. DUPLEX. clean. modern 2 Br. i home ownership. You might be
3 BR. I bath. Stove and Will consider terms to ,
Price. 1845 N.E. 7th Terr. in. equipped. private yard 2060 N.W. 34th Ave. 3701 NW 21st PL 1 one of those people that now
included. Move right responsible parties. Contact owner 56 Business Opportunities =
I FR 6-8887. at Keystone Restaurant Key- $82 mo. Phone evenings 376- 5; 3 BR 2 bath $750 dn. $98 = owns a home but found that It

Neat and Clean Dial 22511 to DELIGHTFUL LIVING Lovely 3 71/2! ACRESAnd stone Heights. 7883. LAUNDRY business in 37permo. = HIGHLAND Is now, Inadequate If this Is the
I, bedroom 2 bath home In lovely opera- case a call to The James Co.
see this 3 bedroom home in UPSTAIRS 2 BR furnished apt.. tion.
J beautiful Idylwild on large lot Holly Forrest. Cozy carpeted a very nice like new 2 L.R.. kit.. tile bath Front & Fla. Excellent in income.High Will Springs 3707 NW 21st PI. I could problems.very well solve your
living room with old brick fire 1 bath home N.W. of town 42 Farms & Acreage consider dn. $107 By this we mean
I with fenced back yard. Located BR. back entrance. Downtown sec trade or exchange of real 37 4 BR 2 bath $800 g trading In
i between University and place. Built-in kitchen. central on the Fransworth road. Deep tion. Ph. FR 6-3179. Estate. Call anytime Les Jackson 37permg. fi COURT
heat and air conditioned. Fetv and Pricedat
Country Club. Hardwood welL Storage laundry.
new There
t p floors with some carpeting. Flor.I ced back yard with swimmingpool only 7250. Call now to see. 70 ACRES IBR duplex, furnished apt. $65 REALTY.Associate.3766461.ERNEST TEW 3702 NW 21st PI. 1 tions that are we a can number answer of ques con
court. month. Phone FR
shuffle board 2-0337.
ida room separate workshop andS and per 3 BR 2 bath, $750 dn. $98 = cerning trading. We feel that
storage room. Priced at $14,- Located east of town with 50 ROOMY 1 BR, living Rm., kitchenette GROCERY store for sale. Colored per mo f| by talking' with us you can
have two
acres in planted pines years business. Good
000. profits. Reasonfor
I MANOR pick a suitable
private bath & private en floor plan and
lovely 4 bedroom homes. Walking old. A pretty 10 acre sand bottom selling other business Phone i
3707 NW 21st PI. exterior that
trance. No pets. Apt. 208 204 design will suit
\ distance to J. J. Finley and lake. A real buy at 10000. FR
Extra Special. To see Is to believe 6-7231. After 7 p.m. Call FR needs
your from
NE 5th Ave. Phone 372-8855. 4 BR, 2 bath $800 dn. $107 our many
built nice wooded lots. Both 02
that this modern home on Let us show you. 2- 641. plans that
4'I exists In our community. Closeto owners have left town so both UNIVERSITYREALTY SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat water I per mo. g I A call to the we James keep on Co.hand.will
for nice large famIlies 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
and city
University aerial. air conditioner turn. Suit.
I get the facts about
W. M. Munroe. Broker 1021 NW 40th Dr. any
for Immediate occupancy. -
limits. and built for the Merchandise
Designed able single or couple only. No type financing
fun loving family with enclosed Call for complete information on Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank I pets. $75 Avail. Apr. 1. 4C6 37 3 BR 1V4 bath. $400 dn. $99.50 = might have any without questionsyou any

I pool and outdoor grill. Drapes both homes. Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Doug- 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. NE 6th St. I per mo. g obligations on your part.
carpeting and bar stools in las Jr. W. Munroe BrokerFORDYCE 61 Wanted to Buy
cluded. Excellent financing avail- NEW LISTING Out. 2 ROOM furnished apt. for rent 303 & 313 SE 38th St. 1 We have lots available Inmost

able. Standing contemporary $45 per mo. Adults only. Call 304 & 314 SE 30th St. g any section of town for
home one of the few ExceptionalBEFORE 472-2271 Newberry.. Fla. WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture i to choose from.
= 3 BR I bath $500 dn. $64 | you
homes in Gainesvillethat stoves
I If you want a spacious home In refrigerators
excellent condition and enloy Is solar designedand YOU BUY you MUST Lots available near new Myra FURNISHED apt. for rent with clothes radios TV etc;. Call 37 per mo. g Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene

small town contentment. phone a basic; steel struc SEE this Immaculate 3 bedroom Terweilligar Elementary School. living room kitchen bedroom, FR 2-3937. I Paramore have over 30 years
; for appointment to see this 3 ture. 4 bedrooms 2'/ home located In a very desirableNE Northwest section S1.450 and tile bath & air condition. Tel 1021 NW 40th Dr. combined experience In the
bedroom home on large beautifullot baths with 3000 sq. ft. residential neighborhood.Front up-located on a paved street. FR 2-9569. WANT to buy U.S. & foreign 37 3 BR. 11Bath, $500 dn. H onstructlon of homes. By careful
in Mlcanopy. $12.200. of floor space. Large screened porch oak floors, Want a lot hidden away but very & Coin old & new. Rebel Stamp $107 MO. g supervision by Jim and
Shop 809 W. Univ. Ave..
carpeted living room. attached garage, beautiful shrubbery accessible to town? Nearly 2 46 Unfurnished Aprs. Gene, it will enable you as the
i DAN BYRD modern kitchen. huge trees and corner lot make acres and beautifully wooded Gainesville, Fla.FOR = 4628 SE 2nd PI. I : homeowner to get more home
screened porch double this well kept property a REAL 8000. FIVE rooms and bath downtownarea. 3 BR 1 bath $600 dn. $74 = I for your money and certainly

ASSOCIATES I carport. tremendous BUY at 10000. ONLY 3 per cent We have one with a beautifullake Water furnished. $60 month. 37permo.37303&3I3SE38thSt.. g makes The James Co. construction .
storage area, central DOWN plus closing costs. CALL view too-nearly i of an No _pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 2-1633. SALE = I to be beyond compare.By .
INC. heated and air condi US NOWI acre and such a lovely neigh |
AVAIL. APR. 1st 2 BR apt.. Ig.
Jack DeYot BrokerASSOCIATES tioned. borhood.Do NEW HOUSENo = building primarily: theKlngsberry
\ 1200 DOWN-3 bedroom call us for that special lot. L.R.. kitchen equipped. No children
: masonry I we feel
I NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision home with oak or pets. Couple preferred. down payment. 3 Bedroom 304 & 314 SE 39th St. I have
Holloway floors tile FORDYCE
Walter Stoddard. E. E. bath & ASSOCIATES. a great advantage and
Phone 372-4857. 2 full tile bath. Fla. room. bath. $500 dn. $64 '
3 BR 1 s
Acre lots. ,
I Christine Stone soon opening. carport fenced backyard and INC. central heat. Take / 1\ great opportunity for you as
FR 2-2511 825 N.W. 13th Street paved streets outside city lim- paved street. ONLY $11,600. No ments up pay per mo. I the purchaser to pick design
I Member Multiple Listing its. May we tell you more about QUALIFYING NECESSARY 926 West University Avenue 47 Houses for Rent Furn. on existing mgr. and floor plans that are created

this restricted area. 376-1236 3729569E. B111137J111111111111111110J371111111111037137W5 by some of the country's lead-
Excellent new listing for those FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom 37 The following are under construction = I Ing architects.If / .
;; FREDARNOLD RANCHETTE home sites, too. Approximately Interested In INCOME PRO- RURAL PROPERTIES houses month or year. Mathew- E and will be ready =

10 acres each. Located PERTY. Three bedroom one son Manor. Call 4752981.FORDYCE. 37_ for occupancy soon. g you desire complete Information
on Newberry Road. Just bath house with attached two ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTOR C. "CURLY" 1 Don'tSuffer call The James Co. and
S500.00 down. i years on bal. bedroom one bath apartment. I U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. = 3225 NW 29th Ave. I we will be happy to come to
1 I ance. Both furnished. Call us for In. Ph. 466-3120 KUEHN 37 4 BR, 2 bath. $850 dn. $112 g your home and spend any
formation on this fine pro 3 BR, 2 bath. home completely JR. 37permO. = I amount of time necessary to

perty. redecorated. Available Mar. 15. Homes Lots Income. Business explain The James Co. systemof
M. M.PARRISH "Selling Florida Since 1906" $150 per month. Call and Lake Property. 3224 NW 29th Ave. I home ownership.We .
I REALTOR Country living at country prices. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. Farms and Acreage. 3 BR, 2 bath $750 dn. $10' 37 I

JOHN $345 down buys you 2.4 acres E. C. CURLY KUEHN Jr. 37permo 37 illSUllllUCr can secure FHA. VA and
paved road frontage, school buses several different
N. MAIN ST. types of conventional
926 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374-1234.
ST. utilities wooded homesites. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 IlfflmlliffljlHmllhlWUflfllllflfllillfllilIUffllWlIso I financing.Let .
N.E. 7th
,tJl 1336 MERRILLRealtor Drive west on Newberry Rd., turn 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban

I Comfort and economy for your AND ASSOCIATES INC. right on SR No. 241, and watch horn. Plenty of room close to I I FOR RENT | us mention a few of
:I family for $400 cash down pay- LISTINGH. for the sign, Los Trancos Woods. school. Available April 1st. $120 the Homes that are either under

I ment. Yes if you can qualify .MEMBER Wayne Hill MULTIPLE Helen Graham Ralph Realtor per month. Call FR 2-4957, U J. FRESH AS SPRINGI 124 SE 7th St. 1 construction or In the

J for FHA the monthly payments Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish MULTIPLE LISTING FOSSY Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. 4 Br. 2 bath. Separate living- Bath planning stage.4bedroom .
PHONE 372-1494 3BR,1 |
will be approximately $81.00 per
II month. Range and refrigerator In- It N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 ASSOCIATESMARCELLA 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 2 STORY brick home furnished. dining rooms. Oversized swimming 37! 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. 2-fult tile baths
pool house.
\I cluded. PARDIW. Member Multiple Listing Private estate near Med. Center. living room family room.
H. BUCKHANNAN $125 mo. FR 6-6456 or 6-3672. Family room With fireplace. SiDIUlluunnwUIIlwlUUlllllIIIIIUIUmWmUIUUID == Situated on a lot 100x276 ThisIs
Acre lot. Under const. 3 Br.
McKinneyGreen VA home.
a By buying now
f BEST BUY 220 ACRES. 16 miles from Gaines FURNISHE6 home 2 BR 1 mile 2 bath. Family room with fire- be
you can own decorator.
ville. 3 lakes, fenced at cornor past Stengel Field. For further place. Many extras, on Acre ALL OUR HOMES ARE = your
Handsome 2 oconcrete J. W. of two paved roads. Approx. 60acrf'S information call FR 6-1467. lot. Go out NW 16th Ave. to 37OPEN FOR YOU Tp ENg 3-bedroom, 1'4 baths strip
I block residence with central Bahia. Limestone base. SEEING ANYTIME IF
43rd St. intersection turn right. For As
f heat. Over 1.900 sq. ft. features LAKE WINNOTT 1 BR house. hardwood floors. Situated on a
L 40000. Terms available, write YOU WILL JUST CALL. H
Go e
I mile.
approx. see sign on
well shaded lot that Is on a
wood burning fireplace hard- KirkpatrickAIRCONDITIONED Suitable 1 $40 I
or couple
:- owner. Margaret Miller. 1001 mo. left. 37 1123 S.E. 4th STREET H
wood floors. dishwasher In kit. Fla. Lights Included. Good water. C. 6-5301 FR 6-7989 g dead end street. Small down
Highland Ave. Largo. T. D. ZETROUER FR or
J 2 for the Little As payment low monthly pay
chen. There are 3 bedrooms. DeatonREALTORS sum- Horwitz 4 mi. So. of Melrose t
.1 baths and separate family room. mer weather that is on the 280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment. 5 on Rt. 21. BUILDERFR iillilnwwlllwIIUnIIUUJWIUWI"IIJIWJUIIIJ"UIIIIUIII"MARCH r ments.
Large wooded lot. $700 down to way. Entry hall, lovely large room house. Paved road. Closein. 6-3841 J j I I
,I qualified buyer.BEAMED. living room, dining room. family $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR $500 mo. 3-bedroom, V.i baths, terrazzo
I Income PropertyIf room with tile floor three Realtor. 1223 W. University Ave. per I floors. Situated on a large
; CEILINGS bedrooms two tiled baths. sky. 372-5393. corner lot. $400 down and less
you are looking for a property lighted kitchen. Reasonably I than $75 per month, plus taxes I
RENT 3 BR :Z bath built-in I
I Owner has moved away. He with an Income let us show you priced located in popular 43 Colored Property kitchen, corner lot 2 blks. from You Can Have and Insurance. This one is
this nice 2 story duplex Fully ready to occupy.
said selll 3 bedrooms. 2 baths Anglewood and ready for &
Metcalfe School
|Ir. high. 1943
terrazzo floors. central heat. furnished $175.00 per month In your occupancy.ItrTLEWOODWfstood.
NE 15th Terr. $125 month.
paved street beautifully land come. Good condition and loca HOMES FOR SALE per CentralAir 4-bedroom. 3-fIled baths, extra
scaped lot. Full price 17600. tion. Paved streets The priceIs ; area. 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & Call 372-5738. the large recreation room, den.

reasonable. You should Investigate Four bedrooms two baths, livIng SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay 2 BR unfurnished home. Ref rig.. built-in kitchen, completely air
before buy. Call ment. Some small down pay. conditioned. Located In one ofGainesville's
you room family room par. stove & dinette furnished, Ig.
FR 23617.Large quet floors. Priced at $15.250.00 ment. Monthly payment $57 to fenced back yard. Close in to finest neighbor.
AR Lt12hDMember HomeFour FHA evaluation with 14750.00 $45. Also homes built on your town. Call after 6 P.M. 372-8190. Family hoods.
loan possible for 30 years. lot for no down payment.
B.R. 2 baths Living Call TOMMY RIDGELL 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house. We are planning a two-story
I Multiple Listing Room Separate dining room FOUR BEDROOMS. two baths Builder Phone FR 2- 125 Nice, 5 acres ground under Into A Home home with over 2200 Sq. Ft.

v 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 Kitchen 2 car enclosed garage- are in this modem LIbby Heights fence. $85 a month. FR 62641or of living area. The price on

;1 Associates: Pete Sieg Corner lot Close to Univ. Call home with a large separate 44 Cottages for Rent 6-2930. Ask for Mr. Haines. BeforeShowers" Conditioninginstalled this one will amaze you.
Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason
1. FR 23417.Schools. dining The
Jim Shepperd F. W. Hedge room. delightful UNFURNISHED 3 BR house, We plan to build 16 homesIn
Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman Schools living room with sliding glass SMALL furnished cottage and fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th the NE Gainesville area and
i doors leads out to a lovely trailer for rent. Ideal for work Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372. APRIL in a new have already picked the floor
What an Important matter thisIs patio setting of shade trees.
8932. plans and exterior design thatis
YOUNGAMERICA to be close to them. The shrubs and flower beds. Amenities ing couple. Moore's Trailer
suitable for lot.
most each
problem Is solved for your famIly include central heat Court 2330 E. Univ. Ave. :374- $115 Mo. 3 bedrooms stove & Ref.,

with this 4 B.R 3 bath homein and a modern kitchen with 8164. fenced back yard. Immediate
the Llttlewood Westwood dishwasher and disposal. occupancy. Address: 1311 NE 14th
; school area. Call FR 2-3617.. This is all yours In the 45 Furnished Apts. Terr. Ph FR 6-2472-Weseman
$25,000.00 price range. Realty-1113 N. Main St.

!:; HOMESPRESENTS ASSOCIATES J. W. NW 2 BR CCB house. stove & re- !
i J. Fred Guy Virginia Power SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom SEE YOUR MULTIPLE eO
frig. Quiet street near
furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd
Col. J. W. Davis H. J Wiltshire
Javne Butterworth I KIRKPATRICKREALTOR St. $70 month. Phone FR 6- avail. immed. Ph. 2-0341 or 376- I COMFORT

I NEW BRICK Multlpl Listing 5270. 4867 after 6 P.M. LISTING REALTOR

: MODELSOPEN ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 BR, 2 Member of Multiple Listing NICE 2 bedroom furnished apart UNFURNISHED 3 BR, house. I CONDITIONED I
31 N. Main Phone 372-8404 ment. Living room. dining Stove & refrigerator. 2414 E. For More InformationCall
bath. Price $17,800.
$800 down.
10 a.m. Til Dark ASSOCIATES room and kitchen. Lights and Univ. Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 I
Call 372-2727. Ernest Tew RealtyMcKirtneyGreenDeaton
J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty ,
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell water furnished. Private bath after 5:30 P.M. HOME
; FEATURES : FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious Capt. A. W. Reece, USN Ret. and entrance. 4-blocks to cam University Realty i.i,
1 3 BR. 1 bath block house. Locatedin
Fireplaces 3 B R, 2 bath. Fla Rm., closeto $100 DOWN pus. $75. FR 2-9704 or 2-9195. Newberry. Fla. S55 month. John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty TheJames

I Screened porches school. Llttlewood Estates. 3 Bedroom concrete block homeon FR 21865. Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency

Custom kitchen cabinets $24.500. Reasonable down pay paved street. We own this NICELY furnished 2 bedroom Wilbur Bishop Realtor Arch Campbell, RealtorM. Co.
Oversized bathroomsPlus ment. 920 NW 37th Terr. Phone house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. and apartment. Spacious, quiet. Excellent 2BR CCB house. stove & ref. Red Franks. Real Estate
M. Parrish & Associates
many other custom 372-5738. want to discuss payments. Ap neighborhood. FR 6-7142. Cony. to bus & elem. school. 1022
features prox. $75. Closing costs If you NW 31st Ave. Ph. 372-3341 after Fordyce Associates Ralph Fossey Of Gainesville Inc.

VA & FHA FORDYCESTRATEGIC have and good other credit.homes See with us for best this EAST SIDE 5 P.M. Warner Weseman Gladys Smith Realty byKirkpafrick Builder of Kingtberry

terms. Ph. FR 6-2472. WarnerW. 209 SE 48th Street. rent or sell. Homes.

TERMSWalking Weseman Realtor, 1113 N. GARDENAPARTMENTS 3 BR frame, near school. Outside I OFFICE PHONE

d Main St.RESTRICTED. city. Clay Power. 376-2937. -- ---- ---- --
1 ----- -- 372-2527

distance to elementaryI this 3 BR HOUSE. 1 bath living rm NIGHTS &
yes. home Is situated on a Gwynn Oaks 3 BR. HOLIDAYS
$57 month
Jr High Schools Shopping 8.hurches. per upGainesville's kitchen & hall. Located in Fair
beautiful lot In a good northwest 2 B Central H/AC. wooded 4'5 I 3727401McCOY'S
: Finest banks on U.S. Rt. 1. Inquire at
location. Large colonial home acre lot by owner. 27700. 402

YOUNG three bedrooms, lovely living SW 42nd St.. FR 23804. Furnished or unfurnished Steve's Grocery. BUTLER BROS.

room with fireplace spacious kitchen Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. AVAIL. April 1st. Univ. and Fin- _
and a separate dining FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- let Area. 3 bedroom living 1 & Pierson
AMERICA room. For more Information call home located in Westmoreland 9608. room. dining room. kitchen
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC, Estates. On city sewers pavedSt equipped. $85 mo. FR 6-2693. 1964 Paradeof
376-1236. 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. familyRm. 2-BEDROOM furnished garage
HOMESNW & living Rm.. dining area. apartment; 405 NW 10th St. 3 BEDROOM I bath $125 Mo.
PRESTIGE Central heat built-in kitchen Including Phone FR 6-5924. Must lease for 1 year. :304 N.W. I O Over 20 Models SPECIALSMALL

Cr 7th Avenue Is yours In this delightful home. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards 36th Terr. Phone FR 6-3848.
34th FURNISHED 3 bedroom bath. I
walk to schools, close to Home Values OFFICE BLDG.
I Phone 372-7070 bedrooms built-in kitchen two baths.beautiful completely U of F & medical center FHA Water working furnished.couple. large N.W. yard.31st Ave.For 49 Rooms for Rent I $12,500 to For sale size 24x32. Has to
$22.700. Down payment 1700. be moved from pre* nt Joe a-
._ living room with drapes and wall and 9t" Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th $17,250
Immediate occupancy. Drive by tion. Can be used ai small
GLADYS to wall carpeting. Call Today Terrace. Call FR 6-4817. close in. Private :
1027 40th Drive. Call Butter NIC8 room entrance borne. Price $4230.00 Call .
FORDYCE & NW 3 & 4 Bedrooms Gerald
all channel antenna. Off
SMITH from
376-1236. Brothers 372-9545 daIly 376-9043 1 BEDROOM air conditioned street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd Payments or V. Q. UeCoy FR
night. furnished apartment. New 2-3361. Office. corner N. Main
S4CO down. Three bedrooms, two Place. FR 2-2582. : $73.59
Apartment 111. 1216 SW. 2nd and 23rd Blvd.
baths. Walt to wall carpeting. VETERANS Palm View Estates
Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115.
ROOM for rent private entrance. -
Nice lot. Only $1X000. Call 372- If you wish a home with little or 37 Real Estate Exchanged
1 block from campus. Occupancy $10 a week. See before I p.m. ----- ----- -- -
539X no down payment and are a qualified
by February 25.
1015 NE 10th Ave.
veteran-we have one for I Fernwood ManorWestmorland
Charming and different 3 bed you. Call and make an appoint FOR sale or trade for farm or NEW apt. available now. 3 BRa NICE quiet room gentleman pre- McCOY'SMacoma
room. 2 bath home in an established ment now to get this home. acreage small house of 2 Br. 2 baths also II 1 BR apt. ferred. Telephone & carport. Call f MODEL
neighborhood. Fenced yard. FORDYCE ASSOCIATES. INC, & bath with green aluminum sidings 315 NW 19th Lane. Phone FR 6- 374-6571 before 1 p.m. $10 a Estates f Homes,
Priced at $15.800. Good financing. 376-1236. like new. Near N.W. 39th 2872. week.
Call 372-5393. Ave. & 19th St. If Interested. Inc.For .
call FR 2-3251 After 6 p.m. WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. or CHEERFUL clean comfortableroom. ; TODAY
CHARMINGIs FHA from $400 Down Sale very attractive S-
2 girls $15 per week. to share Housekeeping privilegesFew
Bargain. Estate with 3 acres.
only one of the many words 2 Br. home with divorcee. bedroom. 1-bath borne. 4<17
Rambling country home with 2.400 that can be used to describe 38 Real Estate Wanted Call 435-2735 after young 5pm. Mon. blocks from Campus. Day C. UnlveriltArc..; walkingdistance
square feet. Only County taxes. 2 this lovely brick home with four thru Fri.. or anytime week-ends. Week. or Month. FR 60410.A VA Nothing DownAsk : to Lake r. ret
bedroom. I bath guest cottage. bedrooms. three baths. a spacious COMFORTABLE front room. 3 -- School Price 12,500.. 300
See this one by calling 372-5393. living room and Florida room. WANT TO BUY FURNISHED 2 BR mobile home windows. off street parking gen iowa and $79.50 per month.
a delightful kitchen. all centrally private tot 2027 NW 32nd Place tleman only. Call FR 6-5953. home for CaQ Gerald or V Q. McCoyJr.
1'. acres. fenced improved pas heated and air conditioned. Do 2 or 3 bedroom home with family FR 6-1180. $55 per month. about our paint your own Day FR 6-7290. nights; FR
ture. 2 dwellings. 15000. Near call. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.INC. room and 2 baths. Kitchen must QUIET, desirable in private home. down 5-5015. Office corner N. Male
City. Terms. Live In one. rent .. 376-1236 for an appoint. be equipped. Central heat pre EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. Convenient to University and payment. and ?3M Blvd.
other. To see call :372-5393. ment to see this one. ferred. Must be priced right All util. except gas for cooking town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace.
with reasonable down payment. & heating turn. S60 mOo McKinney Call FR 6-5348. 6-2100 I
GLADYS SMITH Writ to Box 345-A. Gainesville Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. Drive west on 15th Ave, turn left at Model --- -

FORDYCEASSOCIATES $45 CLEAN efficiency, pay year. 51Wonted To Rent Home sign on NW 39th Terrace. OWN YOUR

bath and entrance, Beautyrestmattress. '
Multiple Listing client needs to 'I
up 200 acres
Close In. Also unfurnished 3 or more bedrooms. 1 or more
Associates Ben Griffin: Florence Bums good. cattle Must land be reasonable.in this generalarea. Will room $25. Ph. 372-2324. bathroom unfurnished house. Call N.E. 23rd Blvd.
I Builders For
FR 2-9500 after 4:30 weekdays BUTLER BROS. InFormationUniversity I
Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon pay cash. Write Bart Pitcher, SUMMER special. 1 & 2 Bedroom p.m.
1228 West University INC.Multiple Broker 422 W. Chrystal Drive. apartments well furnished quiet or all day weekends. and 11th Terr. 1 Park
Phone 372-5393 Sanford. location, couples only no pets.

806 NW 38th Terr. Down payment Mrs. Grace S. Fordyce.Listing Broker WISH to buy 80-200 acres Improv. $100 NW otis per St.mo.Phone L. J. 2-4957.Moratto, 25C5 54 Business Rentals MATT MEADEN, Sales Mancger : Apts.

$450. FHA $97.27 mo. No Mrs. Mary MealIer BrokerMr. ed or semi-improved surfaced PHONE 372-3471 Box I
closing costs. Will paint Inside E. W. Moelter. Associate highway. within :35 mile radius 2 BEDROOM trailer. Single or WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located FR 6-9048
& out completely. 4 BR, 2 bath Mr Harvey Benton. Associate Gainesville. suitable for growing couple. On Archer Road. Priced at 620 S. Main St. Call' Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights F,. Fla.
CCB home. For appt. to see I 926 West University Avenue clover. Write Box 374-M. C/o very reasonable. Mrs. Gasklns. JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR
372-0481. 374-113 Gainesville Sun. FR 2-3829. 2-1494. j I -----w t
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66 Misc. For Sale Printed Pattern 70 Boats-Marine E.ufp. I I 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALES:' ; --- --

I I 85 Automobiles for Sale 8? AUTOMOBILES for SALE

I ASSUME payments 11 cu. ft. up-1 I 55 HP Homelite motor. Murray RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn CHEVROLET 1952. J-door 1eG1n.1
r right freezer. Payments $15 trailer. completely equipped. I I the USA. from United Rent- Good transportation Will PONTIAC, 1955. two tone paint ATTENTION Shrinersl 1949 Cros-
monthly. balance $150. Like new months old. $1995. FR 23742. Alls. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. ce. FR 4-4664 or 21349 loaded with extras for $8 a ley. Runs good. $100. Phone FR

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE I condition. Phone FR 4-4448. p.m. Dealer.CHEVROLET. I week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H 4-3211, Ext. 5349 days. Bill
1 lm MenerUm BURFORD'S Motors. Greene.
J Card of Thinks n Wanted U Bnr ALUMINUM chaise lounge. heavy i 83 Motorcycles & Scooter 1957 4 dr hard-I
S L*.t F un4 (2 Machinery TooU thick full length cushions 3- MARINE CREMEA 1 top. Good condition. Call RAMBLER Classic 1962 perfect 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon,
4 Personalised Sertleesf U Building Materials adjustable excellent Marine polish to be used on 3430. condition; 1956 Ford Victoria, 2 Air conditioned auto. trans.,
== way condij i
j fibre glass. chrome dr. hardtop real clean radio & heater three seats
Travel laformtUoa (4 Household Cooda 5 tion. S5; Eastman Kodak tourist plexiglass ALLSTATE compact motorscooter For fur.
S Special N.U. (5 Antiques and marine finishes. Pint size. very good. Best offer will CHRYSLER. 1955. 4 dr. air conditioning ther Information call 372-4484 white side walls 4,000 miles
ea camera. Kodak film No. 620. take
7 FlorUU M MUe. For Sil flash holder model B 1 Reg. $2.95. Special $148 Save I it. Call FR 44374. low mileage 1 owner days. After 7 P.M 374-4957. Mr. less than S mos old. $100 cash
take Call 372-
up payments.
Si 41.BURFORD'S. deceased. Phone 2-0189. Cnaffin Arden Streit Motors.
5 Baby sitter. Child Care 67 TradIng Psaisis old. $IS. Call Granite 5-2242 Mel- 8171 I to 5--3725738 after 5
I Places T. G* Lad Article Wanted rose. Fla LEATHERETTE DESOTO. 1957 hardtop radio. heater RAMBLER 143. Classic. White. PJA.
Things T. leeAUTOMOTIVE 63' Fed Oil Wo 4* I A-t: \ CREMEReg. I 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS automatic power steering. Radio and heater. Power steerIng -
70 fiats Marine Eqmij WILL swap unc. coins or mint $1.25 Special .45c Save 43c. and brakes 58,000 Miles. Priv- 2-door.! Original owner. 1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVille i-
I 71 Camp Bant Flab stamps for cut glass and old METAL GUARD ate owner, 376-7 91. $1.495. FR 2-5992. dr. hardtop. fuHy equipped hv
"8 AlrpUne Sties-Rental 72 Office Eqalpmtt 5 picture frames. Phone 374-1933. f4ili' OIL SPRAY SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP eluding factory air, cream puff.
: T7 MobD H.mea for Sl 73 Musical Merchandise Lubricates prevents rust and Your car's pep & power show FORD Fal-lane 500. 1961. V-8 RENAULT Dauphine. 1941. Black. $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see

11 Trucka for Sal. Ii 30" KENMORE electric range. 2 penetrates. Reg. $189. Special95c up with a tune-op It BROWN'S auto trans.. power steering & WSW tires excellent condition. '60 V.W. convertible New top; new
S Save 94c2MAN SERVICE radio & heater seat. I $575. Phone 372-8849.
old Like $35. Call CENTER. brakes.
new. Guaranteed
79 Tracki Wanted yrs. tag; new floor mats. A-1 throughout
I a I 80 Tractors Truck BenUbfi REAL ESTATE FOR SALE | 4-1C45 j I LIFE RAFT recapping & wheel alignment belts good tires. Must sell. i SPRITE 1761 excelent: mechanical- ; $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4ptx.
809 N. Call 3722632.
Main. FR
Trailer Rentals Self inflating 500 Ib Bouyancy. 4-4310. iy. chassis c:ean. Toneau cover .
88 Motorcycles & Scooters S3 Lot for Sale S MILL ENDS HENDERSON'S j :r x 5"A". Use for fun or safe- MERCURY.' 1956. 4 dr. hard'op I side windows good toP. Cleaa
Si AiUmoblU Repaira 31 Waterfront Property S MILL STORE U.S. Hwy. 19. I ty. Reg. $9850. Special $49 Save i I loaded with extras for $8 a week. car reasonable:: price. Wisser 1956 COMPETITIONTRIM
U nooses For Sale H Crystal River. Fla. Only 1 1' $3950 life (Possible 85 AUTOMOBILES for
U otomobUrs$ for 81 : plus a or two>> SALE Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors.MGA. FR 4-3311. extension 5429 After CORVETTERoad
8* Swap Car 3. Collate Ir Sale = hr. 15 mm. from Gainesville. ). 5 p.m. & weekends FR 2-4295.
I Many ex
J 37 Real Estate Eiehinftd f Literally TONS OF TOWELS BAIRD'S MARINE 1957 new Interior. new paint i or many.
EDUCATIINALI S8 Real Estate Wanted I and MILES OF FABRICS. Seleo I 601 S. Main St. FR 2-8531 CADILLAC 1956 for sale. Fully price $400. Call FR 5804 or FR VOLKSWAGEN, 1957. pick up truck tras. Call 374-8447 4-7.30 pm.

18 School Inttrmctlo 39 Oat of Town property == tion. Quality. Price. Irregular equipped Average to good con 4-9707. Wright's Body Works. I $350. Excellent running condition MUST sell 1957 Blue MG. Recently
40 Bitlnei Properties H= bedspreads, beautiful i and one I 17 FOOT Perm Yan 1960 lap- dition 4 tires nearly new. FInancing phone 372-0481 tor appt. overhauled. Radio. white top.
I .. SO It Mule.Wanted-DLctng.EMPLOYMENT lottrvctioa 41 Residential Ineazna g third off. Lovely, carpet ends streak boat 75 hp Johnson. electric available. Price $215. MGA good condition R, H. wire w- I to drive. good tires. Call Bill Keith FR

a 42 Farms ft Acreage S three fourths off. First quality start. 1960 with built-in gastank Call 376-1553 or 376-1597. w tires. Toneau. luggage reck. VW 1963 deluxe 2-9260 between i and 7 pm.
a 43 Colored Property H Cabin Crafts carpets and rugs. 18 hp Johnson. 1940 auxiliary $800 or best offer. Ernie Wild station wagon.
and Pepperell sheets. Throw mounted on "Retract CHEVROLET. 1957. stMion wagon. FR -2521 after 5 p-m. I Radio neater & split front seat. RED Porsche 1961. clean 81 excellent -

( 17 Work WkoUd Mali FemkloII RENTALS I rugs $1.9 up. Tel. 79S-33W. ft 1 Bracket" top lights. bumpers. Excellent Condit\\<)'1. New tires OLDSMOBILE. 1954. auto trans I tion.14,000$1,950.00.miles. 3725077.Excellent condl- condition 2600. Real

11 Work Waited trailer. fully equipped. All m' and tag. V-8, automatic $550. radio & heater. California tuck sacrifice owner needs cash.
S Bale Help Wanted 41 Cottages Far Kent STEREO-AmplIfler and Professional : first class eot%' ion. A real Call 372-4623. 6-6556. and rolled seat covers. $200 1'63 CORVAIR MONZA equipped Call 372-1401 or 372-1391
I : II Help-Male or Female 45 Famished 1 turn table. 376-7491. : : Park. I with
Apt buy Riverside Trailer cash. Phone 376-8886. radio. heater white side MECHANIC'S special. 1955 Mercury -
S IS Male Help Wanted 46 Unfurnished Apt.. js Yankeetown. Fla. 4479464 CHEVROLET 1958 wagon. 4 dr. wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. I
J Dr, matM 47 Home for Rent Furn. == TRICYCLE for sale for S3 '8. 326 If? jii You can buy this for only $8 OLDSMOBILE 98. 1950. 4-door se- Assume payments, small equity. convertible. $155 as Is. Will

,I 11 Femtl Help WantedI 48 Reuses for Rent Cnfnrn. = I S.V 12th St. Ph. FR 6-9631. .pic f .t.; : ; _/ 72 Office EquipmentGAINESVILLE'S j''I Motors.a week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H den. Rad:o. heater. Automatic Will consider older car for J finance.-1349 after Phone 4pm.FR Dealer 4-4644 or
49 Boom for Rent =E transmission. Will Finance. FR equity. Call owner at 3728441,
I FARMS & LIVESTOCK 50 Hotel Rooms = CHILD'S desk solid oak. 3 draw- :i.jt volumn 6-4664 or 2-1349 after 6 P m. ext. 33. 85 weekdays.
2< turn Equipment 51 MUe. Rental a I' ers. 20 x 44 x 26". Chair $15. i j 4 ; dealer largest Chestnut's CHEVROLET 1953. Standard trans- Dealer. 85-1 Automobiles Wanted
Scout uniform $3. Cub office supply mission. 4-door, radio and heat BRING out the best In your car
27 Feed Fertilizer CIA Wanted To Bent I Boy
rI Office Equipment Co. Invites you er. Will Finance. FR 6-4664 OLDSMOBILE, 1961 Dynamic 88. Superior Auto painting &
28 Undock 8appUe Si Boarder Wanted = scout pants SI. FR 4-7014 call for or
I 2* LandscapIng Top SoD U Office Desk Spaco I to come in and Chestnut's shop or Office 2134 after 6 p.m Dealer. one owner car. Power steering work. Fast dependable service; WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords
free delivery.
M Pots A SopplUaU M Business Btntal SPRING CLEARANCE I CHEVROLET. 8. brakes. WSW tires, radio 8. free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S and Chevrolets. See at Herndon
fj Co. 106 W. UniversityAve. 1954 4 dr. This.
Llrestock Wanted cleaners. floor Equipment car heater. Just like new only 13.- BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. Service Station. 916 S. E. 4th
25-Used Is
vacuum Gainesville. going for
In Downtown only $8
If a week. 000 miles. 2 tone color. Call FR FR -'707. Street.Well .
SERVICE I polishers. In good condition. $15 I Call Bill 3723749. H & H
25843. -------
I FINANCIAL up. Kirby Sales & Service. FR 73 Musical Merchandise Motors.CHEVROLET. I
II Bulncia OpportunIties Tt Special Service 4-7110 after 5. FR 6-1117. 712 PONTIAC. 40. 4-door hardtop, Ventura -

f 47 Monav to Lou Bom ImproTcment Impala Low mileage. Very
N. Main St. > ', 1958 hardtop Vista
U Mortgages XI Radio a TY':: t.nlco. IZ3 I- '-, coupe $695 Contact Mr. clean. 1 careful owner. Price

I Z 9 Money Wanted 23 Appliance Ugre.;:,... ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna < Christmas ORGAN Left SALEOf overs. All Chaffln or 374-4957 after 7 pm. $1250. FR 4-2843. I tell you the age

Double stack complete. Nothiigfrg /
------------ 9477 to 30
I UIIIIImIIIIIII: HijIIR'I' 11III_--"IRIIIIIIIIIIIII"JIIIIIIIII! else to buy. S15. Brants. new organs. Savings up
XM: cent. Earl's Piano Co.
513 N.W. 8th Avenue. per
t I 64 Household Goods 64 Household Good SIZES 88L1 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222 _

S USED Chain Saws S50 up. New ORGAN used. Hammond spinet of our used VWs
MODEL HOME A hp saws 8995. We repair 'I
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested all chain saws & lawn mowers. with tone cabinet. Bar

I FROM DISPLAY and Guaranteed Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. gain $795. Gridley Music '
42 Refrigerators Wisconsin and Brlogs Strattnq ( But you don't have te tell a soul.)
3 COMPLETE from $39 up Co. FR 2-5353.
9 Ranges from $39 up dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR WEEK LONG ON
4-3411.: star-hlghwalst dress
17 Washers
I ROOMSFurniture 8 Dryers from from $19$49 up with a low scooped neckline or Automotive I Volkswagens don't give away their age.

& appliance*-consisting 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up up TAPE RECORDER for sale, Re- cuff collar. Sew it In cotton or They look the same year after year. Other
2 cordlo Special by Wilcox-Bay 59 silk broadcloth with contrast or ALL MOBILE HOMES
I of 2-pc. foam& rubber chair nylon 10 TV Dishwashers Sets from $49 up model. excellent cond $40. Ex. self binding. reasons why they're such good buys:
covered solo matching from
; 2 step tables & matching cock- JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.up eellent for partjes. soeeches hloh Printed Pattern 9477: Misses' 77 Mobile Homes for Sale The money you'll save on gas oil, tires.

f, tall table with plastic finish. 2 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 school student. Call Gary Williams Sizes 8. 10. 12 14 16. 18. Size ALL SIZES ALL FLOOR PLANS The biggest difference between a new

\ S tall decorator lamps with eyesaver 3729410. 16 requires 3'-'i yards 35-Inch fab and a used VW is the owner.
shades. Beautiful. gold mist APT. size gas stove. perfect con- ric. OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a

S bedroom suite double mirror. dresser master dition S29; 34" Maytag gas USED Ing machine.- Easy spinner-type Very good condi-wash- FIFTY CENTS In coins ket little clean.to save Lake a lot.Geneva Below Trailer mar- 41 VW Sedan Immaculate $15 with titling tor this
large range $45; DBL chest $12.50 S I Look At This 62 VW Sedan, looks and drheslike
size chest. large double bed. drawer chest $9; bunk beds less tion. $40 Call 6-5907 after 6 p.m. tattern-add 15 cents for each pattern Sales.. Rt. 100. SE Keystone Buy j j52xl0' new $1395
: Complete 5 PC. chrome dinette for first-class mailing and HtsFla.
mattresses $15 Simmons hide-a- NEW DINETTE SET, solid maple 41 VW Sunroof. Whitewall tires.
Mt. 164 Admiral refrigerator specIal handling. Send to Marian
i bed $22.50; oak dinette set $20. drop leaf with glass top. 4 chairs I Radio. and accessories $124
with full width freezer & erlspor. Martin Gainesville Sun. Pattern 40MODELS
I elec.? fry pan $4; deep fry $4; with foam chuslons. M price. 2 BEDROOMSFRONT 62 VW Convertible ruby red.
shelves In door and dairy Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New
metal wardrobe $7; sofa bed $27.. J75. 376-3520. Whitewalls, radio black topS
with thermostat
,I bar deluxe range York 11. N.Y. Print plainly
50. we buy and sell all kinds SlitS
controlled roll out NAME. ADDRESS S
oven. with 6" leaf with ZONE.
FORMICA dinette
clothes, shoes and household ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE 42 PORSCHE coupe low miie-
has beenon
broiler. This furniture and chairs; 2 step-tables: and SI7: and STYLE NUMBER.
Items. Free delivery Phone FROM LOWEST PRICES age white with red Interior.
f display only. Everything new cocktail table. In blond finish. 2 YOUR FREE PATTERN IS
& guaranteed. Regular price Ave. tables lamps with brass base. READY choose It from 250 design SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. KITCHEN Blaupunkt read. headrests $3695
$998 now only smoked glass stems and white ideas In new SPRING- TRAILER MARTHwy. $ 60 FALCON. 2-dr blue $79$
60 VALIANT, ... $891
I 65 Antique shades. These Items may be SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust I wagon ....
17. Phone 328-1050 41 COMET. 4-dr red SWVW
$499 completely furnished 3 7 9 5
seen at: 3022 NE 15th St. Call outi Dresses. sportswear, coats. (
I 376-3707. morel Send 50c now. OPEN WEEKDAYS : and ready for Instant
I'I' N$ money down. payments s.c' ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call UNTIL 9 pm. Deliveredand j Station Wagon & Pickups
wk Immediate credit & delivery 3724310. APPROX. 180 feet chain link SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Living. I Fully reconditioned
I or will hold In storage at no fence. complete with gate and 66 Misc. For Sale setup for only : 100 per cent Warranty
charge. WALNUT post. First 8150 takes Phone EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA Reasonably Priced.
bookcase. 42" by 84".
NATIONAL two drawer base. six shelves. 372-1084. -

original glass. Call 3729574. TAKE soil the Blue Lustre MAHOGANY twin bed suite dresser WYATTTrailer
3422 Beach Blvd. FL 92541 way from carpets and uphols chest & mirror Washingmal'hlnel Open Dally 9 to 7; Friday and Saturday r

l Open Dally 99, Sot.6.. Sun. 12-' tery. Rent electric shampooer cedar chest; bookcase CLOSED SUNDAY -SPECIAL-
Jacksonville. Fla. 66 Misc. For Sale $1. McDantell Furniture Co. Vlctrola. 376-1531. i SalesHome

Gainesville Shopping Center. .22 CALIBER auto rifle. 'nylon OCALA I Camping Trailer . . . . . $595

; 3622 COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY LESS THAN WHOLESALENEW. 44'." wlth-scope $45; Polaroid of 2 Miles Northon
Chairs low as $8. No used and rebuilt electricand camera with case $37. 22 pistol Pacemaker Mobile Homes
down, low as $5 per month.money manual adding machines. $16; rebuilt typewriter. $28; Portable Shasta and Alrstream UJS. 411

I BEACH BLVD. Free estimates pickup end delivery standard typewriters and port sewing machine $15, W Travel Tr.llersOcale's Phone 622-8166
First Mobile Home
S IN service. All work: ables. Check writers of all types. plastic pipe $345 per 10T. Trampolines -
guaran We buy used equipment of all $165; Glass display Dealer Since 1948
Warehousei Phone 374-7784. case
Storage Blvd.
Silver Springs
; types. Call FR 2210S or FR $15; Halllcrafters short wave 1923 Phone 429-1358 LEESBURG MILLERBROWNats.oeue

AIR CONDITIONER Carrier. Like 2-0963 day or night. radio $27; Enameled aluminum Ocala. Fla.
i 4 new 9,600 BTU. Used only July- Slant-o-matic late modelIn siding .18 per sq. ft. We buy I HOME SALES IRS ,u.s. ill By-Paju
guns and tools. AIR conditioned. SO x 1CT Mobile
Sept. -43. $150. Call FR 4-0141. ConsignmentSales Phone 787-5331
walnut console S149. Would 1030 E. Ave. FR 2-3582
FURNITURE University
Co. 425 SE 2nd St. home. Set up with 20" x 10 awnIng -
I & APPLIANCES 9 CASE Coke dry box with lift like responsible 3740290.WHOLESALE party. to pay $10 and 50' TV antenna on shady -
doors on top. Just like new. Cost monthly DUNCAN Phyfe Set. Table 45x40 lot In Hickory Hill. Ready

Repossessed $4 6-first $200 gets it. 2 basoline prices on quality furniture 6 chairs. China cabinet and serving for excellent Florida living.
I Toro golf carts good for Ig. : Walnut mirrors $10 & table. Phone FR 2-7057 after S3.2SO. Call FR -6S48. After 5:30.
S Because of family troubles lust
I come In & take over payments manufacturing plant or lumber S25; Sealy Innerspring double bed 6.W' '57 VICTOR 49'xS'; 20x9 alum I
yard transportation or for golf $90; beige hospital bed adlust- washer.
S on entire houseful. Consists of a CRAFTSMAN band awning; air conditioner;
I course use. Cost on these were able height $140; 34" two drawer saw $50.
suite cond. 372-7132 or see
beautiful 2 pc. living room Excellent
$1,325 ea. Sell one for $500 one chests unfinished $20; cork bulletin 4'\ Craftsman Plane $25. Ph.
In nylon sofa makes Into bed FR 23768 Lot 45 Paradise Trailer Park
for $300. Phone 372-0961. boards $250; unfinished 9
also matching club chair w-solld after 5 P.M. Weekdays.
foam cushions. 2 decorator drawer desk $65; 10 wide x 7". RCA WHIRLPOOL % ton and GE
I GIRL'S bicycle for $25. Call FR green matchstick traverse drapery NOW SHOWING S
lamps 2 step tables. In margollte Hotpoint 1 ton air conditioners.

the dresser with bedroom matching with tilting cocktail massive mirror.table.double chestof InS FOR 4-2444 SALE or FR CHEAP.4-8870. Restaurant rugs reading$25$1250 shelf; 4x4: walnut$25 heavy; Childcraft bedtray cotton dresser with pile- Terr.Both 110 FR volts.2-3981. 1603 N.E. 15th 2 Plans..and 1964 Terms 3 MOBILE bedrooms.tailored HOMES all to Floor meet in- <; $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ < .

drawers & bookcase headboard formica counter and 26 stools. 45" X 16" $85; 9 x 12 ta- THE BEST costs less. Every pot your budget. Drive a little and
with sliding panels for equipment. Complete fountain. taml floor mats 1250. Gaddum you own is automatic with Full. save a lot at
your clock radio all done In and short order equipment. 52** Interiors. 12 NW 3rd Ave. gas Burner with a brain. Your CONNOLLYMobile
exotic Sahara Mist finish. Sec. Call FR 2-0759 or 29207. Mr. Phllgas Distributor. 374-5392. Home Sales Inc.
ond bedroom has twin maple Page. BARBIE TYPE doll clothes. priced I Miles North on U. S. 441
lower than commercial KENMORE automatic washer. good Phone 6228144
beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 pcS GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance ethers made on request. 3724512. condition. $50. Call after 6 p.m Closed Sundays ESALEEft
dinette set with formica top
for your old. costly to 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 25469.
table & 4 foam padded chairs. operate electric water heater. TWO bedroom house trailer $900
I Admiral refrigerator with cross Hot water at about half your 2 '57 ENG. FORD. one running FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 one bedroom house trailer $750.
top freezer shelves In door & present cost with our LP gas. 1-4 hp riding lawn mower 1 Firestone 12 h.p outboard motor Can be rented. Phone 374-8234
dairy bar. 34" range with oven. Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer Kenmore washer. 1-2 dr. Ref. $19495; 1 Philco 12.3 cu. ft re- Monday to Friday 9 to S.
broiler and storage drawers. 150 Ibs. freezer 374-5743. $17995 8
Road. FR 6-5110. frigerator ; CU ft. PhllCO excellent OPERATION SKYDIVE
GREAT Lakes for sale
Orig. price $h019.38S refrigerator I $135; 1 Philco oort.TV 58
table with 6 chairs. condition. Phone 372-4400
S BALANCE DUE ONLY HI-Fl beautiful console. automatic. DINETTE. with stand. $195; 12-42-
hardwood table with 6 P.M.
Modern after
Garrard record player. 2 speak. piece drill sets. $1295 ea. Firestone -
$267No ers. Sell for $50. Phone 372- Formica top. $20. 374-7344. Stores. 304 W Univ. Ave. FIRST quality mobile home 1962 I

4428. 81 excellent 50 10'< 2 BR front
GE stove refrigerator Schult x
money down. $2.50 week. Ask condition both $125. Phone 372- DINETTE set $28. Bedroom furnl- kitchen excellent condition $3,600.Lot .
for Brock's furniture In storage CLOSE OUT SALEOn 5506. tura $75. Chest $22. dresser $24 49. Shady Nook Trailer
Gas stove. Like new condition.FR liomes
Wall aper. 98c a Red Park. 3723883.McMURRAY :
atNATIONAL 60410.
HARPER PAINT CO. 27' FACTORY made cabana with
factory made folding partition. Mobile Home Sales.
10 S.W. 7th St. 382-4344 UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF tele-
Call 20189.SCOTTMAN'S. 8-10 wide. 1 or 2 BR used lake I
Furniture Vision and appliances. If we i
or house trailers from 1295. 1
DUO-Therm oil heater with fan
Ice making machine. don't have It. we'll get It. '
office Trailer for rent or
Warehouse electric range with rotisserie. good condition. See at 2426 SW Wheelers Discount Store between -
S 3 ml. So. of Starke on 301. -
Also old doors and windows S2-$3
13th St.REPOSSESSED. Melrose and Keystone.
each. Ph. mornings FR 21917. Route 21. 475-2401 ) Greene Oaks-Restaurant.-- : FREE-FREE-FREE
3622 Singer port.
WROUGHT Iron & glass tables & able. Zlg Zag and attachments.Sews FULL-size mattress & box springs SAVE $1.000
I chairs 1 yr. old $57 See at forward and reverse over bookcase headboard folding bed 64 10x50 ARMOR $3,645Town
Gatehouse Restaurant eveningsCall pins and needles. Round bob- & mattress sell or trade for & Country Trailer Sales
Beach Blvd.
45843. bin. $4 month Balance $34. 2 twin beds. FR 6-5907 after 6. 3860 SW Archer Rd.
-In. MARCH Nth & 15th
Next So. gate Plaza FL 92561 PHILCO duomat washer-dryer SEWING MACHINE MY mommy has six size 14 "A" 1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. 2
OPEN DAILY '-'; SUNDAY 12-6 combination $60. Call 376-1015. SERVICE CO. line maternity dresses she wore bedroom. air conditioner 8 x 36'.

JW''' vine Florida Dryer needs unit. a $13 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-0175. last Spring also several maternity Phone 372-3324. 4ft j4\ Jl
-- patterns. If your mommyneeds SATURDAY
them have her call 4-5907. 1957 LIBERTY Spence Craft. 42
ft. 2 B R. auto washer. uoo. ::- .
SERVICESHome LIKE NEW 1944 model G_E. stereo Can arrange financing. $300 .:: -T
console $100. Phone FR 2-8884. down. FR 4-8279. May be seen at FREEHELICOPTER
637 SE 74th St.
TOMATO PLANTS. On School da/s

after 4:00 P.M. All day Saturday. -vt-
1523 NW 16th Ave. Phone 3722340.:

And BusinessAir
$4500 and up 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van-
type truck. Has been serviced -IA-
A-l Handyman Shop FR 4-0267
Bulldozing PAINTING First In Appliance Repairs completely on monthly schedule -
$700. FR 28461. JUST REGISTER

BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Backhoe EXCEPTIONAL bargain 1963 heavy .u'\- -CA-
PAINT 70 Boats-Marine
NEED Equip.
wheel tractors. motor duty Ford. econ. van. 4 monthsold. fr
grader. Free estimates. W. O. .
1930 NW 2nd Ave. Phone
(Buck Johnson FR 4-4J19 INTERIOR. EXTERIOR. IS FT. open-cock pit onshore FR 22534. -(Itvt

PAINTER CAN DO fiberglass boat complete controls
CarpentryGRADY lights. 13 & 5 gal. tanks, '53 FORD V-8 3/4 ton truck. 4 *
43 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis ply tires. $275. without 64 teg,
YEARS EXPERIENCE. ski ropes belt life preservers $230. Ph. FR 2-8070. 933 NW 34th -(Itu.
CABINET WORKS FOfL FREE ESTI- & ladder. $1.100. Phone 3725738. Ave. SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Custom built cabinets and moldIngs -

refinishing and spray MATE. .
painting. CALL -
1533 E. University Avenue

I Cosmetics 372-5829 HOMES -tA- \ t/V


Conditioning I "new you" at MERLE NOR. RepairsFREE HAS ARRIVED

Learn professional make-up

"ART BALL" Air conditioningHot secrets by trained beauty experts. -I Estimates on your repairs IN GAINESVILLE AND '- --- DIVERSPEC1AL
( Air-Hot water) heating and 513 W. Univ. Av. FR and additions. Complete
refrigeration. Ph. 372-1485. 15 23114. I 10x11 bedroom $475. Complete 1 -vt- *
14x20 Florida room SI480. ..
Years Experience. YOU ARE INVITED !
Appraisal Service ..,.

FIREEXTINGUISHER CO. block or frame.repair.Repair addition or new, To A Prelimniary

FRED B. ARNOLD Sales and ServiceAll roofs Call McLane 372-3159. : $
REALTOR types of Fire ExtinguishersPick Opening This Weekend .

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL up and delivery service
SERVICE C R. Thomas Ph. 374-8989 RemodelingNEED
W' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372JS22 Gainesville Fla 1 1,2 & 3 Bedrooms
A NEW Florida room. car-
port. patio. screened-in porch. ; 1 & 1 11/2 Baths MOBILE HOME
Appliance Repairs Mortgage Broker etc.* Call now and get n done

for the summer months. Call I Many Models to Choose From -u.
FHA and conventional at lowest
372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free !
FIRST 'In Air Conditioning and Appliance -
current rat. Terms to 25
Repairs. A-I Handyman estimates.NO -IA- 2 BEDROOM46'xlC.t
years. Will gladly discuss at no
Shop FR 4-0247. obligation. Call tomorrow.J. JOB Too Large No Job Too I Early American-French -\A-

Parker Appli. Serv. 31. N.W. Main KIRKPATRICK.St. Ph. FR Realtor 2-8494 Small.a calL Need REPAIRS.an Estimate REMOD-? Giveus Provincial & Modern Styling Completely Furnished $

S Expert MAJor Appliance Serv- FRED B. ARNOLD ELING. ALUMINUM SIDING. Payments Less Than Rent
ice. Prompt. Efficient & REALTORFHA 374-1838 or 3727946.EMRAYS LONG TERM EXCELLENT 2 9 B 8


FOR the best quality In repair &
Auto Equipment 219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-352
remodeling.\ Call 3727125. ask for PER
MORTGAGE MONEY Willie. Prominent references If -V1- $5F6 -U.

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt a. 5.., per cent Interest. Terms to reauested 'low Down MONTH
exchanged Repair kits for 25 years. PaymentLow
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized -
Walker Hydraulic' Jack Upholstery iAih- ..,.
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Dan Byrd Monthly Payment"WE SOIKJERNIA
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. 825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 22511 UPHOLSTER your furniture at FREE
.U.lA.'-" .CO 9.1JOT- .- reasonable prices Call Sally.
GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA Experienced FR 4- U..

Auto Glass and conventional loans. Lowrates. ACCEPT TRADES" SET-UP
Terms to 25 years. 12X SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS
W. Univ. Avo 372-5393. DELIVERY *

AUTO GLASS Is our only busi I do sewing of all inc. I II

ness. Immediate Installation kinds 8. Dressmaking. Mrs. W. I THUNDERBIRDMOBILE win7OOCMEHes I
free pickup & delivery. Add C. Asbell 3434 N.W. 17th Te, 6294811u..
beauty & value to'OUr car.MAULDIN'S 372-0455 2100 S. PINE W I

323 NW 6th St. FR 255t.

Building & Repair- Serve Sun Want Ads Sewing Machine Repair HOMES ift $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ *- I

I VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve.
DON'S 374-1075. We repair all !
Building *. Repair Service. Make Work fully gu ran. d. '
FR -8101 Get Results S LOCATED: Just So. of the Wililston Hwy. :... .: -- !
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end Hwy. 441 Intersection. S "Wo '-"- .f. -i : .
5-- S S ,, S ": -.r'B -"" .. "'":
WINDOWS cleaned. floors cleane 5 ; S
Phone 376-0571
SMALL bulldozer loader dump and waxed. houses washed. 11 :
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top yrs. experience. Free estimates 1
aoll. Phone FR 27844. Phone FR 2-5J55.


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I PICKUP TRUCKS Melton Cuts Car Prices! A. FR Courtesy 2-1411 Of ,i Northcentral 1007 Phone N.FR Main 2.6313 Florida'sLargest St. (Includes Heater) $SS & 9 500
University Chevrolet SPECIAL AT ,

; I We Have the One for You! N. Main St.at 16th Ave. { Independent Dealer PRECEDING 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY

Poofe-GabSe Motors
, 1' 63 BUICK, Electra 4-dr. sedan, fully PACE
l LOW DOWN PAYMENT powered including factory air condi- I (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)
J. 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343
: LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS tioning, desert sand finish with match- NOWIIMonth

II. II IIi ing interior ................................ $3775 -
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i Tropical I I Pontiac I III 63 BUICK, Special, desert sand finish, ,, -__ >' '.' -i.

I equipped with V-8 engine, automatic ( of March Only)

II i GMC Truck Center transmission, vinyl interior .... $2275 i NEW
220( N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 1
1 63 VOLKSWAGEN, sedan, solid black 1
finish, radio, heater, sharp ...... $1565 CAR

I I a
.ea 62 JAGUAR, XKE Super Sport. 6-cylinder engine, I. Standard equipment: Fresh air heater 0 101 HP SALE!
I overhead cam, with 265 HP. Solid white exterior engine Bright finish around windshield and back

I with!' .solid. .i. black. . .i interior.. . .Comfortable. . . .and. full$4175 ofGo' I window Lights moulding Arm Q Fully appointed interior O Cour-
tesy ash i iI
O rests
INVENTORYCLEARANCE G trays O cigarette I We are quoting the lowest priced American built car.
i I lighter Gauges for fuel, oil, battery charge, and I I
62 CORVAIR, 4-dr. sedan, '700', radio, temperature ft 14" wheels.

Teal blue .... $1575 2dr.Sidon.
heater automatic, 1964 RAMBLER $1163

I'i iI iI I I 62 FALCON, 4-dr. station wagon, deluxe l

I I model, cameo white finish with Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!
Save Many Dollars on these:
blue interior. Automatic transmission,
63 Rambler4dr 63 RamblerClassic i radio, heater, low mileage ........ $1575 :
I Equipped with high Self-adjusting brakes Fuel pump and tank
Classic '66V station wagon 4-dr 66V automatic LeSabre 4-dr.
61 BUICK, hardtop,
automatic heater Individual air conditioned, heater, power I I fuel economy. with bonded linings filter
mileage.reclining NEW seats! Very very; low steering like$2395 new in and out. power steering, brakes, radio: heater, I constructionCurved Advanced unit Powr-Gard Directional 24 signals battery .. Anti Smog. Engine choke FilterAutomatic

$2495 : automatic transmission. Blue and white I side windows Engine oil filter Dow-Gard cooling
Deep-dip rust proofing 4.000-mile engine oil, system
I finish. New tires SharD S1875 I Baked enamel finish change normal interval e 2 Arm rests
62 Chevrolet4dr 62 Rambler4dr _i I I Ceramic armored 33,000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors
Bel-Air automatic, radio Custom, automatic, radio. II 60 BUICK, leSabre 4-dr. hardtop, automatic World's Durability Champion.aBd I muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion
heater, power steering, a extra heater individual reclining :I transmission steering Coil spring sears No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers
nice carl seats. Extra, extra nice. .I power with a record for high resale! Double safety brakes and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts ..
$1895 $1395 and brakes. r 'rfio, heater, air con iti"- n
i I
I prl; v/hip wif-J h hula interior....__ 1 1:7" Crane
62 RAMBLERCustom 60 Chevrolet -- Lincoln-Mercury RIDGWAY MOTOR (O
radio 4,dr.heater Sedan., air automatic condi-- F;0 PinCK_ I Patera l 4r.. Mrdtoo, power I a
5C6 E. Univ. Ave. Ph. FR 2-4251
tioned reclining, power seats.steering.A Individual beautiful passenger radio station, heater wagon, low mile-automatic stp rinn.hrC1'I carl age Nice 1 ni'lht hr, '#'% .1.1.," t I,4t :, _
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$1695 $1395
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I 62 RAMBLER 60 Rambler4dr. AND SEE THE '64's
I American 4-dr station wagon 57 CHEVROLET $575
radio heater. an extra Dice automatic radio, heater
buyl air cond., clean Inside and out. I' 57 BUICK, 2-dr. hardtop $545 THEN SEEB&GMOTORCO. 41t1w TIMEFOR

$1345 $995 57 MERCURY! . . . . $475 :

55 UICK I_ I . . . . . $450

62 FORDLate 59 BUICKLeSabre I 5=.s-OLDS_ 2dr.=_ hardtop . . $425 .

model Fairlane 509 VI I . . . . $350
(engine automatic transmission 4-dr. Automatic power 55 CHEVROLET FOR THE BEST SELECTION OF LATE 4
power steering radio. steering brakes air conditioned. -
beater. 23.600:$1695 honest milts. An extra$1095 clean car. I S5 PONTIAC, 2-dr. hardtop, extra nice $450 I MODEL USED CARS IN TOWN AND

61 RAMBLER 60 FALCONRanchero. SAVE !

"tassic 4r sedan, standard I 56 PLYMOUTH . . . . $100
transmission heater. Extra Extra Clean. I TT
clean. I; 55-BUICK . . . . . $85 STATION WAGONS A

$995 $795 Iw . . .
w i 53 BUICK . . $40 62 OLDS 88, power steering, low mileage.

I 1I 1-57 BUICK- . . . . . $265 Roomy, comfortable, powerful . $2595
NO MONl Y DOWN 63 FALCON, 4 door, 6 cylinder, radio, heater.

I Very clean. Economical . . $1895
53 NASH $21 Mo. I 57 Plym $29 mo. I MELTON MOTORS 62 FALCON, deluxe with luggage rack, 6
Lake new! Original paint -- cylinder, radio, heater, auto trans, low mile- r TRADE

58 Vauxhall $15 mo. age. Sharp . . . . . $1545
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58 PLYM. $32 Mo. 58 Rambler $32 mo. 703 N. Main St. FR 6-7571 61 FORD, V-8 radio heater, auto trans.

Station Wagon. Full size comfort . . . . $1495
t 57 CHEV $29 Mo. ---- 61 PLYMOUTH, 4 door. 6 cylinder, radio .
I Station Wagon._ ---., -58. Ford _,$34- -mo.- t1 heater, auto trans. White . . $1095
56 RAMB. $26 Mo.RIDGWAY 55 CHEV. $29 Mo. NOW IS THE TIME 60 CHEVROLET 6 cylinder, standard trans-
mission . . . . . $1295 We Have The Car & The Deal!

/dOTOR CO.FR Get That New or UsedAutomobile CONVERTIBLES

63 CADILLAC, factory air. Boss's car. Low
1132 S. Main St. 2-8433 mileage factory warranty.. Sharpest looking
I i color in town. Listed for $7000 . $5295 I 62 FORD $1995
I : :-: I i I.. IV_ 61 CADILLAC, factory air. White, black
leather. There's nothing like a Cadillac con- Convertible, V-8 engine, radio, heater, Cruise-O-Matic transmission, power steer-
BUY YOUR AT HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO. vertible . . . . . $3195 ing. Finished is here in;>)> attractive light blue. Compare this price anywhere! (Convertibleseason
i I MOBILE HOME 60 OLDS, 88, white, power steering, stylish
From the WORLD'S powerful . . . . . $1595 .
LARGEST DEALER 5.3 OLDS, 98, full power real leather, beautiful -

1 Southern Mobile lines & color . . . . $696 62 PLYMOUTH $1295
.j JHcmcs Brokers, (Inc. l 1 : COUPES Station wagon, V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering. Finish is
i J2200 South Dixie Highway I light blue. This is a very roomy car and at this price you can save enough moneyto
i 'i Ph. 629-4818 Florida 51 CADILLAC, factory air fully equipped. have a real vacation.

i Ceala. Exquisite interior . . . . $3095
I II 64 CUTLASS SP power steering,
on goid Msed 290 bucket less than EXTRA SPECIAL
MOBILE HOMES ears hp. SO LD wner.
i FEDERAL QUALITY 3500 miles. Fact J . $3095 58 VAUXHALL, 4-dr, radio, heater .................... $195
61 OLDS, 98, air full white
factory ,
441 AND IF YOU DON'T power
1at Mi. on LOW, LOW PRICES . .
I City Limit SignCALL37ZS113 sparkling performer. Very sharp $2195
63 MONZA, bucket seats, auto transmission
FOR WE ANYTHING TRADE MAKE US AN OFFER! white . . . . . . $1995, I- 61 TEMPEST 51245
I '
PRESTIGE SEDANS 4-dr, radio, heater. Finish is tutone blue and white. This car Is reduced by over
70 FINE CARS TO CHOOSE FROM $200 for this sale, so you better hurry!
PAY DAYSPECIA.LS i I 63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr Crown, PS PB R & H, AT. A/C, Black $4995 I
I 62 CADILLAC, sedan, Ville.I Fully equipped
53 NEWPORT, 2-dr hardtop PS PB. R & H. A/C. AT . $3195 I . . . . .e. . . $3995 : DODGE $945 I
62 CADILLAC, Fleetwood Fully equipped.
$.10 $11 $12 DOWN I 63 NEW YORKER, 4-dr Sedan PS PB, R & H, A/C. AT . $3895 I One owner. America's finest sedan. Tremen- 'I Station wagon, 4-dr, radio, heater power steering; automatic transmission, This '
finished light A nj beauty. Hurry and will
Bel-air I 63 dous . . . . $4295 : car is in green. you save.
11 1956 Chevrolet VALIANT 4-dr. V-200, PS R & H, AT. 13,000 miles $1895 ; savings ... .
I ,.. .
Hardtop. 62 CADILLAC, sedan:: de Ville. Factoryair = "
1957 Chevrolet 4-door 63 NEWPORT 4-dr hardtop PSt PB. R & H, AT A/C . $3095 . . . . . . $3095
radio, heater, 6 cylinder.
1959 RAMBLER station 63 RAMBLER, American 4-dr. AT. heater. 9,000 miles $1495 60 CADILLAC, sedan de Ville. One owner. I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
wagon, radio, heater w, Low mileage ........................ $2795
automatic transmission.WE 62 STUDEBAKER, 4-dr., automatic, heater, 9,000 miles .$1495 60 CADILLAC, sedan factory air light q N r

FINANCE. TOO! 61 NEW YORKER, 2-dr. PS PB, R & H. AT A/C 25,000 miles $2295 blue . . . . . . $2595 12-MONTH
SIXTHSTREET 59 CADILLAC sedan de Ville, factory
II I 61 OLDS, 4-dr '88', PS PB, R & H, AT, nice . . . $1495 air . . . . . . $2095 SERVICE PLAN

I 61 OPEL, wagon R & H, real clean . . . . $895 63 electric OLDS windows, 88, sedan, cruise:: factory control air,. .full. power$2995, GUARANEEDWARRAtTY# LOW PAYMENT DOWN

MOTORS 61 PLYMOUTH, ((3)) 4-dr wagon PS PB, AT R & H, A/C $1445 62 OLDS, 98, htop sedan. Factory air, out-
2031 N.W. 6th St. I standing value . . . . $2895 d : y ; 4A v EASY TERMS
FR 64664PAINT 60 OLDS, 2-dr'88', AT heater, power brakes . . .$1095 I 62 OLDS, 88 sedan, factory air power steering AT a

|H 60 DODGE, 4-dr PS PB, R & H AC, AT nice . . $945 ( & brakes. Light blue . . $2595 WAR
63 BUICK, Electro 225 white, factory air. .... ..
59 CHEVY 4-dr hardtop PS PB A/C. AT. nice . . $945 I fully equipped. Beautiful lines . $3695 -----
62 CROWN IMPERIAL, factory air cruise
JOB I: SECOND CARS I control. Listed for about $7000 . $3195 60 FORD 51095

i 62 PONTIAC, Bonneville, htop sedan, fac- Starliner radio, heater, power steering, Ford-O-Matic transmission Finished in

Spring Special 59 ENGLISH FORD wagon heater .nice . . . . $395 : tory air, beautiful metallic green $2695 attractive gray. A good car at big savings.
59 FORD, 2-dr hardtop. Galaxie ,AT, R & H. black . $795 I
I 56 CADILLAC, sedan . . . $200 59 MERCURY 51295
I S3995 57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr hardtop, automatic radio heater . $445 55 CADILLAC, sedan . . . $200 I

I 60 FORD, 2-dr. AT R & H, A/C V-8 . . . . . $600 58 OLDS, htop coupe . . . $395 'I 2-dr, This car is ,fully equipped windows including, brakes automatic, transmission.and heater. Beautiful Air conditioning -
57 OLDS, 88 sedan, cir cond . $395 power steering power : power radio white
Offers End March 17 57 DODGE, 4-dr AT radio, heater . . . . . $175 I 54 OLDS sedan one owner good mechanical finish Come see and : Ie!

. . . . . . . $250
E HAWES- 56 OLDS, 4-dr hardtop, AT, radio heater . . . . $200 I 52 OLDS one owner, runs ok . . $99

POWERSBody 53 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. runs good . . . . . . $155 57 BUICK, super 32.000 miles . $495 58 FORD $295
57 CHEVROLET Bel Air sedan. V-8 $350 .
I 4-dr, Custom 300 series. Equipped w.th ecc'-.cc E cylinder engine. Tutone blue
58 PLYMOUTH, sedan, air cond. $495
finish. Here is a second car well worth much more money.
Shop G. W. G. W.
I Mechanics Special ;! 53 DESOTO. clean as a pin. . . $295
Fl 611 SW 3rd St. [ 55 CHRYSLER ........ $65 [
FR 2.0538 I I I SHAW&KETE"lour


Frank Gray, Pete Compton, Mac McCuIIough Wilbur Sligh a
Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1924"

NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd St. I 238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
"We Will Not Be Undersold Out-Traded"
Get Results Plymouth-Chrysler-Valiant & Simca Soles and Service I USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St. I PHONE 372-0503

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A THON '-4.

We are well on our way
to selling 150 new cars DONE !
and trucks in the month of
March. We need this num-
ber to: win our Chevrolet
sales contest. Drive by the We are going all out to sell 50 CARS THIS WEEKEND. We will stay open
New Cor Auto Show and from 8 'till 9 Friday and Saturday AND 2 P.M. 'til DARK on SUNDAY. If

Chevrolet inspect the, Corvair leader, Chevel-. BUT -- s you are thinking about trading cars in the next 6 months you cant afford
It, Chevy II and Corvette WE ARE to miss this sale We have the largest selection of automobiles that
then see A we have ever hadOffer and 50 of these are priced so low you won't believe it unless -

.,t :. you come see for yourself. Some at WHOLESALE, yes and some
A : ; BELOW!

m aI Special During This Weekend Sell-A-Thon

ChevroletFOR WITH EASIEST TERMS I x : 1 Day Money Back Guaranlee .

I /LO (fUCU Impala' 4-dr. sedan, A/C. ., J

THE u** Automatic i radio, heater . . . $2745 JOHNNY HIPP Our pre-owned cars ore thoroughly reconditioned and well above the aver
AQ T E3IDh completely J equipped. age. We guarantee complete satisfaction by extending this unbeatable

DEAL OF 00 New Tires : :. . . . $3995 warranty. (Note' This offer not good on any car older than 161 L k


A/C, Auto, WWT, like new . . . $2995
LOW ASI95 AQ FORD Galore 500 2-dr. hardtop.

U ) PS, Auto, R 6H, WWT . . . $2395 t
$ f y\/FTTC Sting Ray, 34 engine, ; UP DURING

DOWN UO '- VLI I C 2-tops, 4 in floor, R & H, WWT $3995 50'0 DISCOUNT

A9 (urv 2-dr. Impala, SuPer sport. TO THIS

iii; V Fully equipped incl. air . . $2495 .

OR CAD 4"dr" completely|! equipped.i 15,000 actual WEEKENDE93g .
VA miles. Check with $3695 .N
39" Per Mo. original owner .
With V Down Rekord 2-i1r. sedan new Calaxie. 2-dr. hardtop. V-l. Impala door hardtop. loaded. Bel Air 4-i1r. sedan 6 eyl Cllaxle SOO 4dr. sedan like
SPECIAL! 164 FORD paint, good tires good ecoautomatic, power steering electric windows i wets air standard shift radio, heater new, V-I, 3SZ N. In Crusenomv. -
I ; radio 3 heater clean. cond.. power steering & good condition o-matlc. power steering &
OR 2-dr. Was $795 Save $200 Was $1195 Save $400 brakes, radio 5 heater. Was $595 Save $200 brakes, radIo 14 heater
Fastback X-L. bucket seats, factory air conditioning, Was $2495 Save $400 Was $%895 Save $400
NO PAYMENTS I steering, power brakes, radio, heater low, low mileage. This power car Now $595 Now $795 Nov $2095 Now $395 Now $2495
UNTIL AUGUSTWith had a sticker price (New) of =
approximately 4100. Factory warranty 4 .
/, Down I still in effect. t.
$3495 Calax'le XL 500, 2-dr. hard- Ranchwagon 6 pass.. v-a. 61 BUICK Bel-AIr door sedan. 6 M 56 FORD
OR top, power steering & brakes. automatic power steering raLa5abre .c-dr. sedan clean standard trans.. heater d Falrlane 4-dr. sedan euto-
I automatic. bucket seats. Redio 8 heater. automatic radio. heater, white will tires. matlc V-I, radio 8 heater.
NO PAYMENTS dio & heater. Was $1395 Save $350 power steering Hone paint. Was $1995 Save $400 Was $595 Save $24S
UNTIL MARCH '65 I Con Was $2995 Save $500 Was $1995 Save $300
auto PS
62 CHEV Now $1045 Now $1595 Now $350
With2 Down
; R & H, nice ? $1999 Now $2495 Now $1695

62 VALIANT *- v-200> radio'
UniversityChevrolet heater, sharp , $1295 64 FORD 5'7 PONTIAC 57 FORD 57 FORD
? 62 CHEVROLET Fastback 2-door hardtop like Station wagon, 2-dr.. V-t Convertible Falrlane' v.a .n-
62 CHEV 2-dr"v"8 engine* auto> PS* ... Impala 4-dr. hardtop. loaded. nevi sold for over (3480. 352 Star.Chief 4-dr. hardtop. like engine standard trans.. gins .utomatfc power steer-
R & H. Clean $1499 factory air cod., power cu. In. V-8. Cruse-o-matlc, ranew. power, steering S brakes heater and white WiltS. lng radio 8. heater.
-I.,' '' steering, radio 3 heater dio heater, power steering. automatic radio & heater Was $595 Save $300 Was $795 Save 5150
Alpine. Was $2495 Save $350 Was $3480 Save $450 Was $795 Save $200

62 SUNBEAM exia dean. . . . . $1795 IJ J I Now $2145 Now $3030 Now $595 N ow $295 Now $645

Gainesville's Largest A 9 f E-5EU Impala 4drSedan, R & H, auto.,
Volume Dealer M Villa. V power steering $2095 60 FORD 60 FALCON
Corner N. Main & 16th c 59 PLYMOUTH
59 CADILLAC 59 AUXHALL Galaxie 4-i1r. hardtop loaded. 2-i1r. sedan new paint lob, ra-
Are.FR 62 Fleetwood 4-dr.. like new, Station wagon .c cyl engine, Fury 4-c1r. hardtop.V-I., power factory air conditioning power dlo standard trans.. cyL
6-7581 TIM $1795 full power 8 air condo heater, good economy steering & brakes radio steering. radio heater and Was $995 Sa.,. $200
lust like new . . heater automatic
Was $21,5 Save $400 Was $495: Save $150 new paint lob. $
Was $795 Save $300 W" $1495 Save $300 Now 795
: Now $1795 Now $345 Now $495 Now $1195


To j Ij I I Why We're Northcentral Florida's


ReachPeople y.., L' .'<,, Independent Automobile Dealer
[ N
: 1. We offer the LARGEST SELEC4.. We offer TOP QUALITY CARS "

DillY BARKLEY SANDY COMINS BOB a TION of pre-owned automobiles with GUARANTEED SERVICE #
ROWEr in Northcentra! Florida. (written warranty). We are in
2. LARGE VOLUME Due to our business to stay--and in order to
ReadyTo Good Fishing Car large volume of sales we can buy do this we realize: we have to do
in large numbers this means I lower a large volume of repeat business.
[ 1950 CHEVROLET $'99 prices and more savings to you. To be successful we have to sell
3. BEST FINANCING We offer the best cars on the market at

62 Mania: 4-dr, 4-speed numerous types of low bank rote the lowest prices and stand behind -

COnVAIR radio heater . . . $ 1695 financing. If you really want the them. Remember we
Buy I car we do everything possible to won't sell you anything that we
61 BUICK srbB'cR4tHauto help get it. ashamed
you are to drive.
ps :. . . . . $1895 t
Rampside pickup truck,
Use 61 CORVAIR reJ1 sharp . . . . $1 099 '. : : t : : ; : : : : : I I

'98' ps, :' : 57 CHRYSLER 63 FALCON 57 BUICK 56 FORD 61 FORD
61 .
ctrdoPpB.Tfr-: $2195 door sedan. Windsor.: V 8 4-dr. deluxe, 6 cyl. standard Roadmaster 4-dr. hardtop 2-dr. Parklane station GalaxTe,
Air . . . wagon 4 dr. sedan clean
Person 4> 4 engine automatic. heater trans heater & white walls. power steering radio heater, V-8 automatic:, radio heater, as new. no kidding automa
'700', 4 dr low mileage. I. power steeringWas Was $1895 Save $250 automatic: and clean. Z tone good transportation tic:. V-8 engine power .teer-

: 61 CGRVAfR Clean.: .' . . : . . $119"I.I Now$495 Save 5195$300 Now 1645 Was $795 Save $300 Was $395 Save $150 Ing.Was radio$1795 heater Save $350
Now 245
To Al A/l : 2-dr. hardtop, PS, R& H, Now M95 Now 1445

ivihitv Auto, Air Condo . . . . tJ.1695 I '
4-dr., radio, heater. 6 62 THUNDERBIRD Impala 4dr. hardtop sharp.tf8 62 MERCURY '
PersonWant 61 FALCON : $1195 'f Roadster, factory air cond. engine, automatic:, power 55 FORD Meteor custom door auto63 CHEVROLET ,
Areal good buy! . . . i: j power steering brakes, radio steering, radio heater and Custom 2-dr. sedan automatic m+tlc, power steering It eel Air a passenger Station ;
Auto heater many others white walls. V-8, radio & heater. brakes radio heater, V-a, Wagon. V-8 automatic power
61 ftlERC power steering, Was $3295 Save $500 Was $2395 Save $400 double sharp. steering radio heater
pAhTi H . . . . $1795 :;- Was $495 Save $100 Was $1995 Save $450 'ir" new
Now 2795 Now 1995 Was $2795 Save $400
Al FHin 2"drGal<""e' auto, Air cond., Now 395 Now 1545 .,
radio healer $1795 i Now 2395
ft SI
r '61"COMET'I I Galaxie Convertible sharp. Impala 4-dr hardtop. like 63 COMET 63 FORD
PECSAL I ?! i F Y-8, automatic trans., radio new V-8, automatic trans. Custom 2-dr., 7.000 miles Gataxlt 500 XL 4-dr hard 56 PONTIAC
Ads heater, power steering radio & heater ,
power steering. white walls 2-tone top power steering power Chleffan 2-dr hardtop automatic
S-22 Automatic i heater. like new. brakes. Cruse-o-matlc, radio radio heater. V-8
transmission, radio heater. A real Steal at
: ,
.. Was $1595 Save $300 heater leather bucket seats. 'tne power steering. :+
# Was $2995 Save $500 Was $1995 Save $200 Was $2895 Save $400 Was $695 Save $300
M Ms
L $1099 j ( Now 51295 Now 52495 Now 51795 Now 2495 Now $395 : i

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4. +ET lancer 2-dr. hardtop, auto, 11 OF 60 CHEVROLETKingswood
61 I DOD U radio, heater . . . . . 1> 7JAH 9 pass station 56 FORD 63 FALCON 63 COMET 64 CHEVY II
wagon like new V-a power Victoria 2-dr hardtop. V-8 2-dr sedan low miles heater 2-dr. Custom Sedan solid Nova 4-dr sedan Y'en-
CSf\Rr! \? A M Alpine' > extra clean. I steering. automatic radio &! standard trans.. radio & 6 cyU standard trim., spare white radio, heater 4 cylinder line! automatic radio, helter ,
heater heater tone paint. ,
OU JUfiDbnill Come see this one . . . $1299 I new.Was sharp standard low miles transmission" white walls" many others r
Lines Was $1695 Save $400 Wos $495 Save $195 $1895 Save $400 Was Save
Spider. This car is clean I $1995 $300 Was $2795 Save $350

: 60 riA Cl AT I / end ready to go .pretty. . . . $1095 i Now S1295 Now $300 Now 1495 Now 1695 Now 2445

10 111. nil UVVI I .Ik / radio Convertible heater, auto.. .,. . . . . *Sk f 'I I 599 We Make Deals That Others Talk About. Make Us An Offer j

ViV Karmann Ghia. Save lots of

AH money on this one . . . . $1395 NORTHCENTRA.L FLA'S NO. 1 INDEPENDENT DEALER ,. .

Days ')rnr Fully equipped!
60 T :
including air . . . . . $1995 i
Afi lUSPPiT 4dr. Sedan, Air cond., power tlOQC '
$$200IttI OU IClfclVV. steering and brakes. Auto . . ) I O7J TT

CHEV Impala 4-dr., auto, power steering, *

60 R & H, Clean . . . . . $1595
Golden Corner of Values Across From The Shopping Center 372-6313 '
tI4iX 0 Station wagon' auto tr
f HPV .
'--- : J ;x/ radio, heater :. . . . . $745 I r "" '' ''; ; .." y,." .. FOR THE
; 4-dr., auto, radio J : .', :> .j';' :' BESTDEAL
60 BUICK heater, PS, PB :. . . . . $1 095 : .1; : : .., ; IN
.. ... .... NORTHCENTRAL-
work -
rn Spyder needs mctor -- .f' '
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FIAT a ba rg ai n at . . :. $299 r y -;-r. 'T i FLORIDA
2-dr., radio heater. t 1 SEE .r
57 FORD No better price anywhere . . . $495 SELL I I S Illc "Fn.ndly" I


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Nixon to Boost

Political Staff '31 -

: o Stores Ope ", ri ight't J. 9 pmJII

NrlUlark tmr I Nixon told his .
NEW YORK Richard M.I I can no longer
Nixon will enlarge his political ,litical pace. He :
,know I'm not 40 '
staff as a result of his showing )
In the New Hampshire Republican 'more. The late
'ceptions, the
presidential primary.
The former vice president, I they're brutal
who has been making a major ';alone.
effort to keep his name before ,I
the public as a possible WATCH
candidate without becomingone
has been operating from'
a "vest pocket" staff consistingof t
three secretaries and a hand
ful of after hours volunteers.The 1 1
1960 Republican presidential
candidate now has de-!

cided to.engage a press secre- FREE I
tary and possibly other aides
after he returns next month I CORY
from a trip through the Far 1 J ;

East."I just can't do it alone any- 20 NW 16th Ave. MAKER Price SHOP AND
more," he has told a few of .
his closest associates.
Nixon, a firm believer In political =
timing, tempo and campaign I > 49

ing in "peaks the New,'' Hampshire sees his show-primary ,B time to : SUPPLY WHILE THE LASTS!
as a signal to shift gears, i CO M PAR E !
according to these associates. 11 G :: ; ,makes tasted, the and finest more
When he resumes his attack
other type brew-
next month on President Johnson : : CORY glass
Nixon plans to quicken his : useful for serving
pace and hit harder-directly I I with this ONLY McDUFF HAS THE SOUTH'S LARGEST
at the President and the admin" I that

istration's record at home. n SELECTION OF ALL NAME BRAND
Up to the New Hampshire a t
primary, Nixon was content to I 8 feet
restrict his attack to criticismof FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM AND AT THE
Johnson's foreign policy. q I Gives You A
night that the President speak
out on the Bobby Baker case .t 1 Of Tide
marked a turning point in Nixon's
; _ _
strategy. WHEN YOU
Nixon will make every effortto a to ;',. 1lI
avoid a fight with other Re- w P><.. ; k BUY THIS

publicans seeking the presidential x' 0
nomination, associates said.
Nixon's supporters also discount -I { n M a: @

Ambassador Henry Cabot I 3-Cycle 0
Lodge's primary victory.
They admit Lodge' s victorywas
spectacular. But they are
convinced that Lodge has littleor
no support from state and s AII-FabI.i \

county Republican leaders. .. Y


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