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 15, 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 )
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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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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t DALLASJack L. Ruby was

sentenced Saturday to death in

Turk Threat r $ the electric chair by an all-

e white, all Protestant Dallas
Dwindles Away ;; jury that had deliberated for

a vt two hours and 19 minutes.

N rm Uark wtmr The verdict of guilty of "mur

m der with malice" for the 52yearold -
NICOSIA The first blue- A'A
nightclub who shot
bereted troops of the proposed operator
,. Lee H. Oswald the accused
United Nations truce force ar- : as-
rived in Cyprus Saturday nightas : a sassin of President Kennedy,

the threat of an imminent
Intervention by Turkey was lift-

ed. was promptly denounced by his ? .

lawyers as a triumph for bigo-
Thirty Canadian officers and

men flew in from Ontario. They try.Melvin
were the advance party of the a' 3 3S M. Belli, the chief de

Canadian battalion that is expected > fense counsel, jumped to his

to begin arriving Mon- s feet as soon as the verdict was 'ff A

J day. The entire contingent of read, and began an angry denunciation R

about 1,000 men is expected to of the eight men and

be in Cyprus within a week. four women who had unani-

} mously agreed on the death pen
The dramatic tension of Fri- alty for Ruby.
day was replaced Saturday by JUDGE BROWN
almost a dead calm. No serious The San Francisco lawyer, 'Get rid of the cameras'
incidents between Greek and Rising Suwannee River waters above Fannin Springs have provided a little more who had asked acquittal for

Turkish water for waterfront lots than some property owners and real estate people pre- Ruby on the defense of insanity,
Cypriotes were reported -
anywhere in the island for fer. The flood crest is expected to reach the area over the weekend and if rains in pointed an irate finger at the DALLAS DIDN'TWANT

the fourth day in a row. north Florida and south Georgia subside, waters are expected to begin going down jury box and cried: "May I
early in this week. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) thank this jury for a verdict

Friday the Turkish Cyprioteswere that is a victory for bigotry

jubilant over the threat of As the jury began filing out, DEATH

Turkish intervention and the Belli shouted at them: "I want
Greek Cypriotes were fearful. 3 Election IssuesGainesville
to assure you we will appeal this
Saturday the position was re
to a court where there is justice
versed.It and impartiality. rminrk mtitrl1 better," the deputy explained.

was learned on the most District Attorney Henry Wade, DALLAS The people of "This won't stand up."
voters have three ERS, precincts 7,12 and 16. Around the court house Saturday
reliable authority that Archbi- VOTING MACHINE WAREHOUSE who had said earlier that Ruby Dallas had not wanted Jack L.
questions to answer Tuesday. afternoon his view
shop Makarios, president of Cyprus Up to Voters precincts 28 and 30. might escape the electric chair, Ruby back among them, ableto widely shared. Judge Joe B.Brown's .

1 received a message Sat- Between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. BUCHHOLZ JUNIOR HIGH, told the jury: "Thank you for a boast of his crime and ac casual manner on the

t urday from Soviet Premier they will decide: This Tuesdaydrews precincts 23, 25 and 31. fair and impartial verdict." quittal. Neither had they wanted bench during the trial had provoked

t Khrushchev. J. J. FINLEY, precincts 5 and Ruby, whose face showed be him sentenced to death. critical comments from
Officials at the palace would -Whether the city should wilderment hustled backto "This verdict almost
was was as some of his colleagues.
say only "no comment" to ques- have emergency powers to buy and Byron Winn for the 17.VFW HALL, precincts 13 and his cell so fast that Belli shocking to everyone as Ruby'sown Some observers believe that

tions as to whether the Soviet electric power from other utility commission's group two. hardly had time to pat him on shooting had been," a Dallas the court of criminal appealswill
premier had promised more mo- firms for emergency, short-term of the charter 29.WESTWOOD JUNIOR HIGH the shoulder and
Passage change say: "Don't newspaper editor said short- review a capital punishmentcase
ral and material support to the periods by amending the city requires a majority vote. precincts 24 and 26. worry Jack. We'll appeal and ly after the jury returned with more rigorously than they
Greek Cypriotes. There are seven polling places There are 16,184 registered take it out of Dallas." the death penalty.A. would a case with a long-term

-Between City Commission : voters in the city, according to Then, as newsmen and cam- C. Greene, the Dallas prison sentence.
Candidates Arnold Butt and Jim RECREATION CENTER for Registration Supervisor Mrs. eramen engulfed the courtroomwell Times Herald editorial page When he was arguing last

The for United Nations assured peace Satur-force Richardson in group one. precincts four and 27. Alma Bethea. All are eligible to the room erupted in bed editor, added, "The town's a month for a change of venue,
Cyprus was
-Between Dr. Edwin An- GIRL SCOUT HEADQUARTPassword lam. little bit shaken." Melvin M. Belli, Ruby's chief
of the
day requiredto
manpower Judge Joe B. Brown, who had attorney, charged that the civic
begin operations within the vote.UF At the courthouse sheriff'sdeputies
vanished from his dais after leaders of Dallas wanted to ex-
next few days. Student held back reporters until -
Pete curtly dismissing the ecute Ruby to show that law
P A Canadian advance party ar- the jury could slip out a side and order prevail here.
without thanks returned munch-
rived here Saturday. Finland, exit, one deputy turned to an- However for the most part
P Ireland and Sweden have also Skin Diver ing a sandwich and ordered the other and muttered: the businessmen who influencethis
1 confirmed bailiffs to clear the room. Two
their commitments to
"Too strong. have said they wantedto
Has 2 Winners city
I contribute troops.Approximately cameramen standing on the de
The other man raised an eye- see Ruby sentenced to a jail
I 3,050 men thus DrownsA fense table were pushed off bya
brow. "Prison would have been term of at least 30 years.
were promised. A force of about sheriff's deputy. But over the
3,500 men had been requested.The A Brooker housewife and a winning yet," she said. I work- skin In pandemonium the voice of Bell
other half of the 7,000-man Gainesville widow split The ed on the puzzles on Sundays diving expedition a could be heard.

force will be drawn from British Sun's $425 "Prizeword" puzzle most of the day and late into cave ended deep in Ichtuckney Springs He denounced Dallas as "one Surrenders After
in disaster when
troops already keeping peace in this week by finally breakingthe the night. I really had no ideaI Friday of the sore spots of America."
one University of Florida student -
a the island while awaiting the no-winners jinx. would win" I was just takinga was drowned and another "If this venomous infection
U.N. force.Rail. Circulation Manager Robert chance.
P suffered the bends but spreads throughout the coun
She her was AccidentBy
Tartaglione gave the two wom- got winning card
en their $212.50 checks Friday. back from Tartaglione Friday."I saved by a third who barely try, God save us all," he said. Fleeing
Strike escaped with his life. He recalled the assassinationhere
Winners were Mrs. Ernest think I'll frame it, she
Edwards of Brooker and Mrs. said. Drowned! was Jack Stindler, on Nov. 22 of President HAROLD RUMMEL By that time he was in New

Nettie E. Dupree, 705 SE 7th 20, son of Mrs. Robert Stindlerof Kennedy, "stricken "down in Sun Staff WriterA Orleans, preparing to go to sea
the of his life. He said
? Madeira Beach.In prime
Looming with the merchant marine. He'sa
Ave.Their driver who fled on foot aftera
1 found it shocking that the
correct solutions to the a decompression chamberat fatal crash March 3 on the former merchant seaman.

(c) New York Tim*s crossword contest were the the Charleston, S.C., Navy "Dallas oligarchy" wanted Ru- Waldo Road surrendered quietlyto But before leaving, he wantedto

WASHINGTON The coun first right answers submitted Base Hospital was Melvin Am- by convicted in the hopes that the Florida Highway Patrol call his mother in New York.
during the eight weeks the buehl 19 of Mr. and Mrs. this somehow would restore thecity's
try today may be on the vergeof puzzles here Friday. When he did, she told him
a national railroad strike. have been running in The Harold Ambuehl of Hialeah. image.In Fred John Williams, 25, said that law officers were seekinghim

The five operating rail unions, Sun.Mrs. ..tis Jim Fadden, 19, whose fatheris the back of the room, he didn't know there had beena for leaving the scene of an
Edwards said although overseas with the Army, was Ruby's youngest sister, Mrs.
was learned, are preparingto death. He knew only of in- accident that had killed a man
strike two major carriers on she has no definite under heavy sedation after the Eileen Kaarinsky, had cried juries. and critically hurt two women.
plans on how to spend her harrowing experience.The "Oh God," when the judge read
Wednesday. They are the Louisville Williams said he ran becausehe afternoon.
and Nashville and the prize money, her family does. youths were roommates. the jury's verdict. She was led was scared. Later, when his That was Thursday

Southern Pacific Railroads.If "My two girls want me to Ambuehl and Fadden were sobbing from the room by reason returned, he wanted to Through relatives he notifiedthe

the strikes occur, the nation's buy them a horse," the house- S freshmen and Stindler, a sopho- George Senator, who had shareda surrender. But, he said, he was Highway Patrol that he was
wife and substitute mail car- bachelor's with coming back to Gainesville.
railroads are expected to more.A apartment afraid to face the consequencesof
retaliate by immediately order- rier said. "But I can't make up friend of the youths, Dick Ruby. Ruby's brother' Earl, leaving the scene of an acci- Friday afternoon he called

ing work rules changes that the my mind. I think everyone in (See DROWN on Page 2)) (See RUBY GUILTY, Page 2)) dent. Trooper Robert Westberry from
unions have been resisting. The Brooker thinks I should treat the Greyhound Bus Station here.
them to steak." He asked to him
unions would respond by call- a Westberry pick
She said she had entered only up at the bus station.
ing a nation-wide walkout. This
could occur within 24 hours after about four of the eight contests Williams now is in the county

strikes against the L&N and and never sent more. than one Cigarette; Sales Rebounding jail under $2,500 bond for leav
Southern Pacific. ing the scene of a fatal accident,
Her co-winner, Mrs. Dupree, a felony, and failing to have

said she entered nearly every 'S S by last week the dip had been reduced to 16 his car under control. He indi-
3 Qualify week and sometimes mailed in Ntm Var! tutt cated that he'll wait in jail until
per cent and sales were on the rise.
five solutions a week. By RICHARD RUTTERNEW chain a hearing is set on the charges.
Another large supermarket reportedthat
"I'm not over the shock of ,., YORK The latest and most severe the bulk of its lost cigarette business had Williams' accident happened

For OfficeThree storm stirred up by the cigarette-health issue been regained in recent weeks. about 5 p.m. Friday, March 3.
shows signs of fading. He was traveling north on the
The Automatic Canteen Co. of America reported -

more candidates filed Vy '3ac Just a little more than two months ago, the that cigarette sales of the vending ma- Waldo Road.In .

for office Friday with Clerk J. WHERETO U.S. surgeon general issued a report branding chine concern had recovered to a 6 per cent front of him was Pete a car
driven 62-year-old
B. Carmichael. drop from 10 cent two months ago. by
ax cigarette smoking as a health hazard. per
FIND IT The American Tobacco Co. said it would go Dingle of Fairbanks. Williams'i i
Qualifying were com-
papers Sales of cigarettes declined Sales crashed into the
notably. car violently F
of Com
pleted by: along with forecast by the Department '
Tax Collector Shellie McKinney Area . . 1 C :of pipes and cigars soared. merce that total cigarette sales would rise 3 rear of Dingle's auto, troopers.

running for reelection. Classified . 6C-11C Now there are indications that the sales per cent this year despite the temporary ef- said !

Jack Zimmerman who is Comics . . 5C decline is leveling off and a rebound to the pre- fects of the government health report. Dingle's car went out of control

Willard Williams for opposing the 0 Markets . . 14A report level may be in the making. Wall Street for its part has remained sanguine and hit another car travel.

Movies . . 6C ing in the opposite direction.
Board of Public Instruction. Evidence that the low point may have been about the tobacco industry's future. The
Obituaries . . 2A Dingle was dead on arrival at
0 II
Evans opposing Willi- reached in the sales recession is showing up on prices of the leading cigarette producers' stocksare
S. Talbot for 0 Opinion Page 6A, 7* the retail front. One giant food chain said that actually selling above the levels that pre- Alachua General Hospital. His I
(Tiny) Super-
am wife Queen Ester, 60, and the
Sports . . 0106Women's
intendent of Public Instruction. its sales were off 21 per cent the first four vailed immediately before the report was issued \ I
driver of the third car, Mrs.
. 1B-10B
Deadline for qualifying is weeks after the surgeon general's report, but .

Tuesday. MRS. DUPREE (See WRECK oa Page i). r 1 it t i ii

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!A Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 15, 1964

Viet Nam Isn't Weather Roundup Rocky-Barry Start Sparks Flying


:t t A 'Lost Cause' -.A A '='i... : Br:. \\..\' Again in Calif. on Social SecurityBy

':' t ".!" .LIIa ,
.. s" \. RAYMOND J. CROWLEY should be made voluntary In his aim is to improve it. The working people against Increasing
I If 3em Hark Simta!; viewed by representatives of the ,\ \ WASHINGTON (APCal- place of the present compulsory night before the balloting he I taxation for Social Security.

: By JACK RAYMONDWASHINGTON three major networks for 90 minutes })\' ISM ; : ifornia, where many senior cit. taxation of workers and em- wound up proclaiming himselfa Campaigning in New Hampshire
; PresidentTohnson's in his office Saturday af izens live, is the scene of a new ployers-Gov. Nelson A. Rocke- card-carrying member of, last January, Goldwater
\l fact-finding delega- ternoon. -4 t I' .taJm \-.eua S Go1 n- ter Rockefeller talking feller of New York hit back and firm supporter of Social again spoke of a voluntary sys
:Son to South Viet Nam has as- The theme of the interviewwas F \ match over Social Security. quickly.He Security. I tem. Whereupon Rockefeller got

nired the President that the the President's first 100 \ \0 bnarp words flew over the is- said Goldwater's idea What part the issue played in out a statement saying in part:
} guerrilla war against the Com- days in office. Questions on .'_._ sue in the New Hampshire GOP would bankrupt the system and the results will of course, never "Sen. Goldwater's notions would

.f,I :nUDist Viet Cong insurgents is South Viet Nam were asked and .".. 1rTs. \ \=- presidential primary campaign "take us right back to the poor- be known exactly. Ambassador wreck the Social Security sys- .

lot going as badly as pictured the President's answers are expected \ I I.., and they are flying again in Cal house" conception of relief. Henry Cabot Lodge who wasn'tthere tern. He seems to have no con- t
a few weeks to be included in the '. ifornia. Rockefeller kept peppering to talk about Social Security ception of its basic functioning.He .
f The consen-F one-hour edited version. ,", iJ When Sen. Barry Goldwaterof away and Goldwater kept ex or any other issue, won a doesn't seem to understand
New York General Khanh is understoodto .. Arizona suggested in New He J
ago. ,- plaining. denied he wantedto resounding victory.In that a contributory social insur- $ (
i sus of the delegation have won the praise of Am- Hampshire that Social Security end Social Security; he said California Friday Goldwater ance system, based on shared *.
., headTimes bassador Henry Cabot Lodge and Rockefeller were at it financing between employer and
and Gen. Paul D. Harkins commander .
ed by Secretary Exclusive of the United States More About again. employe simply will not workon
: of Defense Robert Goldwater said at a rally in a voluntary basis. .
S. McNa-_ _ WEATHER: Visalia that he wants to see the "Under voluntary coverage. '
apparently won over the
I.: mara, was that ,I members of the McNamara mis- Airport readings Ruby Guilty system strengthened but that it those who felt they did not need
the South Vietnamese govern- sion. : High 84 at 4 p.m., cannot be "if we saddle it" with |:the protection would stay out 01
ment needed and should get additional I from midnight to 3 From Page 1 medical and mental-health care. i'the system. This would mear

United States military\1 rain. I II Rockefeller speaking at the less income for the system an
economic and political support. who University of Southern California immediate deficit in receipts as
Off-Campus TIDES owns a dry cleaning storein case at 1:05: a.m. after five hoursof I
Although expressions of un- High at 2:20 a.m. and 2:42: Detroit looked stunned. closing arguments began deliberating in Los Angeles describedthe compared with the benefits now I
., qualified optimism were avoided at High 8:40 a.m.at 3:02 and a.m.9:02 and p.m.3:07 at 9:15 a.m. Saturday.On senator's views as "extrem- being paid to retired persons,
the government observers EnrollmentHits at 9:09 a.m. and ':40 p.m. Belli continued talking into the back from breakfast ism. and the ultimate bankruptcy of
concluded that no drastic action FORECAST microphones while the bailiffs way the system. It would be
to occasionally 25 knots shin- at the Hotel Dallas, whichis The issue may not be so hot
such as the direct commitment and diminishing Sun- no longer worried about the in[ California national disaster."
about three blocks from the as it was in New
i, of U.S. forces in combat was Record or night. Showers Sun- "Dallas image," started pulling
court house the jurors Hampshire. Contrary to some
', Possible commando As Rockefeller continued to
required. from the
newsmen room.
, Viet Nam by ALMANAC.._. .. Mrs. Marguerite C. Oswald popular impressions, the percen- fire away Goldwater kept re
f raids in North ....... 6:37: p.m.
forces TALLAHASSEE Enrollment .......... 6:38 a.m. "Get those cameras out of who is staying at the hotel. The tage of oldsters is smaller in plying. In mid-February he tolda
: South Vietnamese .......... 8:30 here," said Judge Brown, his
r: in off-campus courses of tonight p.m. mother of the accused assassin California than for example in campaign audience "Social
t low priority.Authoritative The largest planet appears :
given mouth full of sandwich.
I sources said Florida's university system seta Moon tonight. It will leave seemed preoccupied. There was New England.The Security is a contract betweenyou
1 new record of 5,088 students, sky early 'In April and re- "This was a kangaroo court no hint of
recognition either
rt this was conveyed to the President morning planet In May. by 1960 census showed that and the government. I don't
the White House during the current trimester a railroad court and everyone 8.8 cent of California's believe in breaking contracts."
J orally at side.Returning per pop-
knew it, Belli told his
according to preliminary figures man."L. to the courthouse
Friday after the McNamara ulation of 15,717,204 was 65 yearsof
released today by the Florida In- diminishing audience. "Judge the jury went to the deliberation He spoke of the retirement
older. But
from five-day cent
returned or
I group stitute for University Brown went down the line for age per dollar decreasing in value and
Continuing room, an L-shaped chamber
inspection visit to Saigon and I-' the battle areas. Studies (FICUS). every motion the district attorney -with windows facing only a were in this age bracket. called for fiscal policies that
made. He committed 30 er brick wall a few feet Thei would guarantee the soundnessof
The White House and other Dr. Myron Blee, director of away. For the country as a whole the
rors. first business was to elect that dollar. He said he does
sources carefully FICUS a percentage of population 65 or
government said the number
of students -
GRAHAM not advocate
He of foreman Max doing anything to
spoke bitterly Friday E. Causey, 35-
avoided public comment on various older was 9.2 in 1960.
taking off-campus coursesis AP-) Former State night's session in which the year-old, a husky red-haired for- the Social Security system "un
pending plans for helpingthe of more than 20 per cent higher R. Graham a pi judge insisted that the lawyers mer Air Force pilot who holds amaster's Goldwater's leanings towarda til we make a study of it and
South Vietnamese regime
than when the Trimester antedate the
a year ago County resident and finish with their summationseven degree in education voluntary plan find out what should be done.-'
Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh. II enrollment
was 4,136 New Hampshire primary. In ra
candidate for and
governor though everyone was ex now works
as an electronic
The first indication may come students.The and
he denied
i dio-television interviews last Again again, to
Saturday in Doctor's hausted. The case went to the analyst for a defense contractor.
today when a taped television audiences that he
I spring for example he predicted campaign
He was 79. jury at 1:07 The
interview with President Johnson most sriking increase In a.m. today. room was on the third
eventual "revolt" i wanted to abolish the system.
I an among
t is scheduled to be shown at a year's time was in the fieldof I a native of Cross- "In a civilized country, even floor of the combined courthouseand -- ---- -
mathematics for I in darkest Africa, you wouldn'tbe jail accessible to the
1 6 L p.m. The President was inter- teachers ., was a mining engin- second
i Blee said. A year ago FICUS Dakota and served expected to argue a man's floor courtroom by a black A Good Adding Machine
offered six courses in this field in the 309th En- I life at 1 o'clock in the morning metal circular stairway.A Can Pay For Itself During t '
[l More About for 149 students. This trimester in World War I. ," Belli said. spokesman for the district INCOMETAXTIMEWe
there are 14 mathematics courses "We are back a thousand I attorney's office said it would
| Wreck for teachers with an enroll 1932 until 1950 he oper years. The jury has made this: be at least two years before Carry-

ment of 1,024.A Dairy northwest city a shame for evermore." Ruby would be executed as-, Smith-Coona .
where the family has Over the hubbub, someone suming the appeals were filed' '
[V From Page 1 large proportion of this increase holdings. He retired asked his mountainous assistant promptly and dismissed prompt- O Clary t.4'
is due to three large dairy business in 1950. 6 foot 4 inch Joe Tonahillof ly. O Totalia RL.tUS ;

) Elaine Griffis of Starke both classes in which elementary Jasper Texas, what he Victor -,
were critically hurt. school teachers are being instructed ran for governor in thought of the verdict."A Sue Waits Class S Olivetti _' r'-'

( The two women are recover in the "new math"' received 91,174 votes. violent miscarriage" said
which is rapidly being intro- third in a field of six. Tonahill. PlansMeet Select Your Favorite ,

ing.After the crash, Williams anda duced into Florida's schools. include the widow "You talk of the shame of Convenient Credit Terms ;
companion, Murrey Denmanof There are 228 teachers enrolled! Simmons Graham; Dallas, now you see it in full The monthly meeting the Sue Can Be Arranged
Hampton fled into nearby in such a course in Broward William A. Graham glory," Belli resumed. "Why, Waits class of the Parkview
woods. County 226 in Palm Beach County Graham and one this jury had their minds made Baptist Church will be held HANCOCK

I; Denman was found walking I and 219 in Duval County. Mrs. Mary G. Crow. up when they started. One of Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
along railroad tracks that parallel son, the late Philip L. them told his employer that he'd The meeting will be at the TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
? The FICUS off-campus credit FR 6-5551
: the Waldo Road about three program enables students to was publisher of the vote the death penalty. Another !home of the hostess, Miss Ell 431 N. MAIN STREET

I hours later. He was jailed on continue their universtiy education Post and Times-Her does public relations for the en McDonald, 1430 NW 55th St. -- -- __-- -
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department. -- -
R vagrancy charges. When ques- on a part-time basis while police
tioned he identified Williams as Later he gave the name of
i f holding full-time jobs in schoolsor SHOPSHOPSHOP
lj) the driver of the car. industry Dr. Blee explained.The the juror who he alleged made
\) Bloodhounds and teams of City Managers Sponsor the death penalty statement. He
I searchers failed to locate Williams. University of Florida is said it was Allen W. McCoy in-
i offering 104 courses through FI dustrial engineer for a Dallas
Institute Here
Until he turned himself in CUS this trimester; Florida I I. steel fabricator.
Friday investigators weren'tsure State University is offering 79; Belli went to the jail to comfort I c'K 1 IN GAINESVILLE
where to look for him. They Florida A & M University 14 I I It is sponsored by the Florida Harry M. Philpott vice president Ruby. He said Ruby "seemed Drop off your dry cleaning on
thought he might have been in and University of South Florida, City Managers Association and of the University of Florida, very relaxed not apprehensive .. :
hiding somewhere in this area, 3. will be conducted by the Florida and G. Manuel Turner, dean of or anxious, but relieved that ; your way to work at any

I but they could find no one who Institute for Continuing University the General Extension Divisionof the trial was over." : of and pick it
our upon
had seen him. Man Charged Studies (FICUS) in coop- FICUS; John DeGrove asso- He quoted Ruby as asking
p After a week, they assumed eration with the University of ciate professor of the depart "How many others have they your way home.
I he had left the state and federal With Drowning Florida. ment of political science who I railroaded like this?" And he

1 authorities had been alerted to o The purpose of the institute is will speak on "Organization and 'said Ruby wondered why Dallas 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .
I f watch for him Wife in Car to provide an opportunity for Forms of Municipal Govern policemen who had been his
self-development and experiences -ment"; and R. M. Coleman, district friends lied on the witness standin All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises
FORT LAUDERDALE (AP)-! in solving everyday prob- manager of Southern Bell' testifying that Ruby had be-
'I More About A 27-year-old Coral Gables fire-, lems that influence effectivenessof Telephone Co., who will talk on trayed malice by calling Oswald"a 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., Mar 16, Tues., Mar. 17, Wed., Mar. 18

man whose wife drowned Sunday -i office management.Those "Your Telephone Personality." son-of-a-bitch" just before
i Drown when their car plunged intoa I appearing on the pro- On Friday C. "Tex" Oliver, and after the crime. -
canal was charged Friday with gram from Gainesville are: Dr. associate professor of the department Belli had been caught by surprise -
t her murder and held without of management, will by the quickness of the TROUSERS, SLIM JIMS, SHORTS

:: From Page 1 :bond. 1\Irs. Clayton discuss "Some Aspects of Work verdict. Usually impeccably
Simplification" and Frank dressed, he hurried to court in
I Jucknath, 19, Wauchula, said Broward County Sheriff Allen Named to FSU Goodwin professor of market an open shirt and sports jacket.He 3 for 1.10
I Fadden told him: Michell said Robert Allchin was ing will be the banquet speak knew what the early verdict
i The three were 90 feet down charged with intentionally driving Alumni Board er. His subject is "Your P. Q. meant.
\ In a cave in the springs 40 the car into the canal to Is Showing." Later bitter over the jury's -------

a miles north of Gainesville in drown his pregnant wife, Elizabeth TALLAHASSEE Appoint- John R. Kelly, director of, verdict he said: "The oligarchy

Columbia County when they lost 25. They have four chil ment of Mrs. Jo Anne Claytonof I II public utilities, will appear on I II wanted to send Ruby to the pub- TOPCOATS OR
their lights. dren. Gainesville to the Board of I a symposium Saturday morning lic abattoir and I use the RAINCOATS
started Deputies said they began their Directors of the Florida State word to cleanse
They coming out of the I entitled, "The Secretary's Job: intentionally -
cave but Stindler and Ambuehl, ,investigation when they received I University Alumni Associationwas Her Functions and Responsibi- this city of its shame.
% who had only single tanks of air, reports Allchin had beaten his announced today by asso- i The jury which received the 79
found their supply short. Fad- I wife on several occasions and ciation president Edward M. Near Record
den who carried a double tank, was arrested last Christmas Eveon Eissey of West Palm Beach.
j shared his reserve with them as charges of firing a pistol at Mrs. Clayton wife of Gainesville Toll Revenue IMPROVEYOUR
they swam away toward the sur- her after she asked police to attorney James E. Clay- OWNHEARING
I swear out a dependency warrantfor ton and a 1956 graduate of Florida TALLAHASSEE (AP) More
face.Fadden became wedged in the couple's children be- State succeeds Mrs. A. than 4.5 million vehicles poured I II AID

rocks, but managed to free him- cause Allchin refused to support Z. Adkins Jr. of Gainesville i I through the gates on Florida's' 5 I"IIRTS I

self and reached the top of the them. I who resigned. I It I toll highways last month, paying NOW-for most Hearing Aid (beautifully laundered & finished)
cave. There he found the other Allchin told police his car t Eissey said the new appointee -i$848,954 for use of the facilities. makes and models!
two youths floating. He managedto went out of control when he will fill the unexpired termof I I The road department said that I I
get both to the surface but tried to adjust his sunglassesand Mrs. Adkins and serve until -the revenue was the second f NEW LOW-COST-

t Stindler was dead. that he attempted to save next Oct. 10. Mrs. Claytonalso highest on record for a month. Single 25

: Ambuehl was rushed to the J. his wife. is president of the Alachua The highest $867,758 was set I I.7N'''! I II

H. Miller Medical Center here County FSU Alumni Club. last March.

.. where it was found he suffered ShakespeareTalk Helping Hand Facilities with heaviest traf. I 0 I

bends from having surfaced too fic were following their usual I I 2 or more 25 each
MondayDr. : I I
rapidly. He was flown in a Navy For Youth Band custom Miami Airport Expressway ACOUSTIC MODIFIER
plane to the Navy Base Hospital three bridges on the dl with exclusive sound channel
James G.
at Charleston where he was of the Folger Shakespeare Library I and of the Parma-
girls -
Boys I -------------- --
Bennett at Ken-
placed chamber.in He a remained decompression con- Washington, D. C., will dale Band whose hopes for nedy. causeway Cape "------ ..---J Please help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with
speak on "Shakespeare: Man marching in the St Patrick'sDay .punT".....
The Sunshine where
scious. versus Artist" at 8 p.m., Mon- parade were dampened bya toll is $1, held its Skyway usual ,positionof U you CM hear conversation but you. DON'T FORGET We O PRE-SPOT O MOTHPROOF every garment thatwe
day, at the McCarty Auditoriumon thief, will march after all- miss many of the words the troubi
top revenue producer, takingin may be with the ear-mold you'rt us dry clean.fOu.
Viet Congs the University of Florida and with 18 shiny new instru- $228,130. ing. Replace it with Zenith's new.
campus. I ments. inexpensive .Acoustic Modifier. The
sound-channel: makes the bie differ;*
Rounded Up The lecture presented under\ The Kulas Foundation came Believe Plane !ence. You have to hear it to believe
the auspices of the University to the rescue Friday and sent it! words are clearer more distinct.
: SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) Library and the Department of I Sister M. Therese and Sister M. Debris FoundNEW conversation so you understand: you hear.more Zenith's of every : ;:---i Odorless 1L
- Vietnamese troops rounded up I English, is open to the public.It I Colombiere out shopping to Acoustic Modifier is custom made. dry cleaning Vne HIllnnJItjaf)1. _
I comfortably fitted to ear.
is the third in a series being the instruments and -mnDTlnIO L
more than 500 Communist Viet !"buy ORLEANS (AP-Sal-)
old ear-mold
Cong suspects Saturday in a! presented in celebration of the charge them to our account. vage crews Saturday probed a Replace your atCOUCH' ll'l -IN JUST ONE HOUR CLEANERS /

bivouac four hundredth anniversary of The instruments those Lake l. .oJt in ,,,
raid on guerrilla area replace spot on big Pontchartrainwhich .tflllJ MIII"r" .II!
near the Cambodian border, an Shakespeare's birth by the Uni- stolen early Friday from the apparently held the best PLANT NO. 2 tntmon" '"'' ""'

American spokesman reported.Two versity. gymnasium building at Parma- lead yet in the 19-day search for In. the Gainesville Shopping
American advisers and Now Consultant in Literatureand dale Children's Village a home the main wreckage of the jet I Center with Drive-In ServiceS
!tour Vietnamese were woundedn Bibliography to the Folger for dependent children In suburban airliner that crashed with 58 I PLANT NO. 1 3-hour shirt laundering and one
the military operation which Library, Dr. McManaway has Parma. aboard. I 608 N. MAIN ST. hour dry cleaning. PLANT NO. 3

pounced on suspects in Kien played a major role in making Elroy J. Kulas, a Cleveland The Civil Aeronautics Board I FRESH ZENITH vice.offering Dry a convenient Cleaning; and curb Shirt sir- 130 N.W. 10th AVE. 3 hour shirt laundering and ent
I Phong Province about 75 miles i the Library's vast collection of industrialist died in 1952, leaving said parts of the aircraft's cen- Service. hour dry cleaning.
southwest of Saigon near where I Renaissance and especially $4.8 million the bulk of ter section, tail, landing gear BATTERIES FOR MOST
319 N.W. 13th ST. 316 N. Main Streeti
i paratrooper battalion was Shakespeare materials effectively which went to the charitable skin section and pieces of tires
nauled by guerrillas 10 days available for scholars and I Kulas Foundation. 1\were believed uncovered at the HEARING AIDS

ago. students. (No pickup). .. I spot. '

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Sunday, Mach 15, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3 A

11 Rights Foes


Ir.: DistortionsWASHINGTON "

; (APSen.) .
1, Kenneth B. Keating, R-N.Y.,
charged Saturday that "hate-
I mongering" is being spread
among people in his state and
elsewhere by foes of the House- I
passed civil rights bill.
"They are being deluged with r
propaganda and misinformation -
," he told the Senate when
f it met in an unusual Saturday
session to continue debate on a P.M.
:. motion to take the bill up for NOGN
consideration. Keating said such\ SHOP
tactics are bringing him heavy! 1
mail from fearful constituents. i 0
Southern opponents are resist- /
ing this preliminary motion in I II II .
I protest against a leadership at- '
tempt to bring the measure up
!. for action without first referring
it to the Judiciary Committee
I for hearings.
' Sen. Olin D. Johnston, D-S.C.,
described the bill as "mon- I
t strous" and said that to take it
f up without committee hearings 4ltTY
r amounted to "mob violence" in
s which the constitutional right of U A
I, petition would be lynched.
' Keating kicked off the debate I DISCO U
with a speech protesting that
various organizations are circulating -I
information that gives a j
distorted view of the legislation. I
i "I don't intend to sit still 1
I while fears are instilled, lies I
are spread, and threats are ) 1
made," he said. I 1
The bill is aimed at eliminat-

ing racial discrimination in voting __
in places of public accom- -.
modation, in schools, in employ-
ment, and in federal aid pro-
Keating said he has received

thousands of letters from New J.M. Fields Extra Low Sunday Discount Price!
Yorkers about the measure,
1 | with his mail about equally divided -
for and against it. In the J
first three weeks of February, t 73NO
he said, it was 10 to 7 against '
t the bill. a Kc
l "This may come as a surpriseto t I F- :

many civil rights supporters, Ii MONEY DOWN
as it did to me," he said, observing I ONLY 2.50 Per Week
that New York has beena
Payable Monthly
leader in enacting civil rights

measures.Keating asked why there is so j a-r' [ Big i 13 cu. ft. capacity at low budget price. 'Plenty of storage space built into the door.

much opposition among New tn. Mk qll K Just look at all the room you have in the door with this RCA Whirlpool refrigerator!

Yorkers and said the answer I 3 full-width shelves, including I extra deep shelf that easily holds tall bottles and plenty

words could be-summed"misinformation up in just and two I of 1 h gal. milk cartons. AND you'll find 2 built-in egg racks for more than a dozen eggs. I

I It. hysteria.by"Both racist"have propaganda been engendered which has -- i=-- NO MONEY DOWN! CHARGE IT!' TAKE TO MONTHS PAY! I

been widely distributed in North-
1 ern states," he said, referring
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1 particularly to the Coordinating ==----
1 Committee for Fundamental err -
I) American Freedoms, Inc.
1 He said this is "really a front 1
I group for the Mississippi State
Sovereignty Commission, an or-
f ganizaiton created by and financed -
by the Mississippi State
t Legislature."

.: Reading excerpts from his
j mail, Keating cited charges that Famous Name Air Conditioner Famous Name Air Conditioner Famous Name Air Conditioner Famous Name Air Conditioner

t, the bill is Communist-inspired,
would destroy union security 4000 BTU 0 sooo BTU 16,500 BTU 30,000 BTU
and seniority systems, force Nemo) ,i persons to sell their homes to Cools. Up, To 225 $98 e Cooling $148 3-speed Cooling $2 3 8 2-Speed CoolingSq. 3 58
Ft 115 Volts Slide Out Chassis Slide Out Chassis
Negroes, interfere with private Easy Installation Fresh Air & Fresh Air & Fresh Air &
j social activities, and cut off vet- Exhaust Vents Exhaust Vent Exhaust Vent
erans pensions and Social Se-
: curity payments if state officials i

4 j engaged. in any discriminatoryaction. Famous Name Air Conditioner Famous Name Air Conditioner Famous Name Air Conditioner Famous Name Air Conditioner i

Keating called these allegations 14000 BTU

I "patently false" and de- 6000 BTU : 3-speed Nema Cooling 20.000 BTU 23,000 BTUtNemal
scribed them as nonsense and Slide Out Nema( 5 Directional
I claptrap. He said "the hate- 2-speed cooling $138 ChassisFresh 3-speed Cooling $268 Louvers
I mongers and the smear specialists 7 amps Air & Slide Out Chassis 3-speed Fan
are at work again." 115S Volts Exhaust vent Fresh Air & Complete Vent
Exhaust Vent SystemAll
Johnston, chief speaker for:
A/C F.O.B. Del. & Ser. Optional Extra
the Dixie forces, attacked the
bill as "a legislative hydrogen! '0 .. S
bomb capable of destroying

,\ freedom."


.1 I First Bid For

Another TrialCHATTANOOGA h ,,,, .

Tenn. CAP)

_James Teamsters R. Hoffa Union convicted President on ..dr M M HX1M11000( )\ \ \)\ \

t jury-tampering charges, lost a f 1 illMMM M I MMMMM MM M M MM .
for trial.
bid Saturday a new

I U. S. Dist. Judge Frank Wilson t J.M. FIELDS 0 _
who sentenced Hoffa to .
eight :years in prison and fined I i// ClUSIVE PRICE PROTECTION Ltt. .: .
him $10,000 Thursday, formally -- \;." T .
overruled motions for a new tri- >< rn..;--.r 1DURJIUIElDS SA
; al by Hoffa and three others SEE PRICESIII I: ,
convicted with him. ... UNSEAT .-

The defendants, all of whom __
have said they will appeal, have \
until March 24 to file notices undersold. Within 30 days
with the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals .*.>kiv.v.:5 w.:?. .. J. M' Fields will not be between 1M.
in Cincinnati. They are difference .
of any
of date be .
free on bond pending appeal. and competitaon -
Fietds guarantee price c MOTOROLA STEREO
j ..
Clark to Retire MOTOROLA 23"e FM/AM-FM RADIO -

Gen. Mark W. Clark, 68, an- TV -A r>ri nnnnrinfinnnnnnf 0
nounced Friday he will retire as m X (Similar to Illustration)
president of The Citadel, South WITH BUILT IN SWIVEL BASE ij

Carolina's four-year military -
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Gen. Clark, who led the U.S. OPEN 9 A.M. 9 P.M. SUNDAY NOON 7 P.M.

l 5th Army in Italy during World GAINESVILLE-Acres Free Parking CHARGE IT t
War II, said he was retiring for
"reasons of rest and recrea- U. S. 441 N. At 23rd Blvd. Phone 376-8297 I

tuand because of the poor .. (i
health of his wife. After his re- (
tueaient the Clarks will live in I
Charleston. 1 1a !


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4A Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 15, 1964

kj'kj'Who r' Gave It' Law Gets Shot in Arm 'I, OPEN I

'it f I 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
I\ r By ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE self-executing, by simply accept- ment of contributions soon be- islators to run for certain of- combined to becloud the fact law." Sunday 12-7 p.m.
: Secretary ing the reports for filing, there,came both an article of cam- fices. that the "who gave it" law That is what Tom Adams has /
i of State Tom Adams has taken inevitably developed the temp- paign propaganda and a work of Too, there is another political could operate reasonably wellif just done. It as so simple, and GAINESVILLEAcres -
if a big step toward making the tation to evade the spirit.As fiction. The weekly report had tradition that election contests some official stood up at the yet it may be enough to restore! Free Parking
"who gave if law truly effect. in any highly competitive to show just enough money to never really pay off; that the beginning of a campaign and the law as an effective tool for tlUAllTf U.S. 441 North
j l I ; 1 ve.I' situation, whenever one beginsto indicate power but not enoughto public has a sour grapes react- said: good government. Now each 0 ISCOUIII at 23rd Blvd.
What Adams did may seem take ethical shortcuts, others give rivals an opportunity to ion whenever a losing candi- "Fellows, you are all on notice candidate is on notice and his: Ph. 37 -8292I "
simple. All he asked is that candidates follow if they see no penalty claim the candidate as "tryingto date cries "foul." that hereafter we .expect local workers cannot get him
give ad- results, when in years past, one buy the election. All these elements, and others, you to observe the spirit of the into trouble through ignorance.I f
dresses whichwill candidate's manager began An insider dropping into a .
J enable their feeding money into his treas- gubernatorial headquarters at I
,! Cracker campaign con- .ury under names obviously not the time of preparing the
tributors to be I the true source, others naturally week's report found key people
I I Politics identified.Yet I followed. seating over a desk top ,r7,. y e ty T
simple as Every political campaign organization littered with cash. They were f.
this may appear I is a scratch team, of trying to pick from lists of sup- .IJIJ
it well may inj' men and women allied for a few porters, names in which con- I i
j j'' "vigorate the "who gave it" law, exciting weeks. Their sole pur- tributions could be entered. rR'a "
is victory. The restraint Their You'll take extra pride in
problem just
which was being robbed of its pose was as vexing
strength on the gubernatorial I which accompanies an enter- as any their absent candi- a Spring and Easter outfit -

level, at least-through evasion.j:prise that hopes to stay in busi- date was facing in the field.It f': '}', : .:. :.... :. ..) you've. made yourself .
This strength is the public's ness for years is absent from is understandable why k'4;;' '. SWAR1\1. with these new exciting -
the usual political campaign.The State officials reluctant .: ; fabrics from our
opportunity to know campaign were to : : : !'':''''.\\ ., ""-.
money is coming from. masking of the real sourceof take on enforcement of the $ 1 vast selection!
The law is self-policing to a con- campign money is not always "who gave it" law. If the secre- {ljf8F.L ...' )
siderable degree bpt only if the for a sinister purpose. To the I II tary of state or, the next most *"$WESPOTlAND''5I0R t
identity of contributors can be I I contrary.This whole messy business -logical officer, the attorney gen- \ F .. :< : A. : :: boe !
i I
of evading the spirit of the : '0",
pin-pointed. i eral, had started inquiring a- rQURTERMITETRbUBIE.1 bb ..
I it" law often has its' /: .l:'; 0'1 C
t "who : {O.
gave bout financial 01'0"
names on
:= If the public knows exactly beginning in a fairly innocent they might be drawn into reports other v. .. ,..}' -, .; .'. .. .): :: ''f <" ,.. .':': 4'J!"
j -where candidates are getting : : : :.' {b@IlOIW{ :

I ::their money, an evaluation much can is way.A well-intentioned merchant: campaigns.There is.a disposition that officials .".' < how
.be made of just want to contribute to a! > ( R ,
may lJ .
keep out of matters the 15 ;)U' ,,' ,
coming from the sort of contributors /
;: Yet understandably,
campaign. voters can settle. This philosophy CALL FR .2661 4$p -f'1l/AtJ-S I IA
who may want more he may not want to risk losingthe 0l 4R Od O/
i than good government for their trade of supporters of other permeated the Florida Supreme 20 N.W. 16th AVENUE V01ltebll/
t money. candidates. And the local cam- Court decisions setting GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA bb /QlJJo
aside the clear language of the COMPANY
N The people able to contribute paign manager likewise may not to #{ T
big money are relatively few,! want to offend other merchants, Constitution and allowing leg- '
I and the use of precise addresses for such is human nature that
A ii helps sort out the dummy rivalry carries over. Result: A 547129IN1is
names. third party's name goes on the
When it was discovered some record.As -: COMMISSIONER I jI
f'I years ago that state authorities evasion spread in recent H.
-.were going to let this law be ye--+he preparation of a stateI' I I Yard J 1I

I'' 4U.S.GoHome'CampaignIn a. .

L French-Allied Gabon ANDREWSASKS I "

I i .
LIBREVILLE, Gabon (AP-) They accuse the United Statesof I J' '
A "U.S. go home" campaign is trying to meddle in a country I.
spreading among the French largely directed by French ex- E n A1. I ;
community of this thriving West perts and closely cooperatingwith !o.
African nation, where 250 Americans France. } YOU 1? -

I A grenade live. and shotgun attack ly The denied U.S.the Embassy accusations."I has formal.. I 9r 1
t on the U.S. Embassy building S >
always praise France'srole / :
,J1 last Americans week was to get meant out. to warn here and the" efforts of TO EXAMINE WITH HIM:
French residents, said U.S.
No culprits have been found. Ambassador Charles Darling- *
French Embassy officials say I I ton. 1 ? X
more attacks are possible by
angry Frenchmen. OF 385 FIRMS C 19

Rumors alleging American surveyed 268 carried some 0t.
backing of a recent abortive form of Crime Insurance. Do Have TheyTHE Kept Faith ?
coup against President Leon you fall in that 70%? If not,
Mba have given rise to the ten- call us for a survey. If you do,
sion among Gabon's 6,000 we still may be able to combine -
French residents. your crime insurance with .
other coverages ot a savings.
Many Frenchmen charge that
the United States wants to upset HAYTHORNEINSURANCE
t France's favored position in AGENCY

Gabon>" the, French which supplies atomic industry.uraniumf 107 N. Main FR 2-1433 They Pledged No Secret MeetingsYET



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in a handsome suit by ?
Stjle-Mart: Stjie-Marl's: mas \ $7,000,000 Utility Expansion To Get Elected .. I ,
: ter-craftsmen give fine fabrics

t the extra advantages of expertdesign ;,ax I ,

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> 1. To Support Planning. During his first year 3. To confine his activities as a commissionerin % a
office the Planning Department was en- to policy-making as specified in the charter. %
larged to its present size and the budget He has not once intervened in administrative
i tripled over its original budget in 1958. matters of the city.

". To continue toward a fully developed program 4. To work for cleanliness and beauty in our { .
XI I for recreational facilities for all citi- city. He has seen along with his fellow
zens. He vigorously supported recreation commissioners the city win honor after
I items in the bond issue and enlarging the honor in this connection during his three 4
ALL dj I recreation. department last year. years in office. k

NORMAl: *r.a I
4 SUIT : Edwin H. Andrews Will Continue to Merit x ii .4rdi 4S.c

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; Who Thinks

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March 15, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5A
don't exist." He reemphasizedan telling of his career, his strong as a revolt against regimenta -- --
: Candidates Vie earlier assertion that he is I belief in the free enterprise sysi tion and red tape. He said Dem-
r most concerned about extrem-i tern and opposition to both communism ocrats are trying to exploit it, OPPONENT REFUSES OPEN -
ists of the left, adding that he I and fascism. "we seek to represent it."

1 For Calif. Votes seeks group.the support of no extremist Goldwater, in his preparedtext A third presidential aspirant, DISCUSSION OF ISSUES! :
said he sensed a new moodin Harold Stassen, also appeared
Asked whether he would ac-
America-what he described the convention.
before AIR YOUR
cept a Birch society endorse- QUESTIONS
:f By MORRIE LANDSBERG a party that will serve Ameri- ment, he said he has never I

I f FRESNO, Calif., (AP) -Gov. that cans will in every reject walk extremism of life, and of candidates.known the society to endorse i STEREO and HI-FI MONDAY NIGHT 8-9 P.M.
Nelson Rockefeller and Sen.
I A.
") Barry Goldwater paraded their the left or the right. I Goldwater declared he has a: SERVICE HEADQUARTERSALL ON WRUF WGGG FR 67575YOUR
sometimes views before He made further reference
clashing no
1 better record of supporting Re-
the California Republican to his statement Friday that MAKES QUESTIONS DESERVE
>> publican policies in the Senate ANSWERS
,, Assembly Saturday. Goldwater holds extremist than Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel ALL WORK GUARANTEED
views and that he has the
.t They spoke to delegates of the sup- Rockefeller's California cam- INQUIRE COMPARE SUPPORT ELECT
I of the John Birch -
port Societyin
14,000-member party organization paign chairman, who has also
who will vote Sunday his California campaign. raised the right-wing charge Black's Audio Service

whether to take sides in the Goldwater told a news con- against Goldwater. JIM RICHARDSON

I t California Republican presidential ference that Rockefeller was Rockefeller devoted most of! 229 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 372-0440

t primary. I concerned with "bogey men that his hour before the assembly I
Rockefeller forces, obviously -
short on support, called for no

Goldwater openly sought CRA Visit the Carnival Midway in Our Parking Lot
backing and his people predicted
I he'll get it.

The endorsement is only ad-
visory but it could have an im-
portant psychological effect in
I the June 2 primary contest for
California's 86 votes at the Republican Noon
; National Convention. hop .

The opening session ended in
' turmoil after the state conven-
tion chairman charged some
credentials had been filched.
Overriding protests by Goldwater -

delegates, CRA President ., \ r A WEEK FOR TWO
William Nelligan refused to seat 1' AT THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR. STAY
any delegates immediately. He WIN AT A FAMOUS NEW YORK HOTEL.
4 said he'd run the convention as NO OBLIGATION NOTHING TO BUY .
a board of directors meeting I I pie JUST COME IN AND REGISTER.
I until the matter is cleared.
Rockefeller, in a speech just QUALITY
before the floor fight broke out
and Goldwater, in an address D OUNS i .
prepared for an evening banquet
claimed the Democratic I
,.J administration has fallen down I
all along the.line. I

The New York governor, his g I

voice hoarse, urged Republicans I _
to work together to build I II II II II II II II II II II

I Congress

1 Due Poverty


MessageBy f


month's delay because of inter-
nal differences and the touchy
question of lowering the draft Men, ladies'Children's Boys' Dacron + -. ;t; Fir rs .

registration age, President TENNIS ANfrCOTTONDRESS I
Johnson's poverty message will SHIRTS
Sf go to;>> Congress Monday. 1r

J The White House announcedthis SHOES 1.11 Men's Fine Fabric Washable Wedding Ring Girls' New Spring I
firm date Saturday but

1 gave ing problems no hint on have how the been delay-re 97c.173 COMP. VALUE 1.59 SPORT & DRESS SHIRTS CHENILLE SPREADS EASTER DRESSES :

Our re$. $2.77 low Wet Ion Sfccrl sUeve.Quiet dry ft9. Rcg.

rl I solved.be that Likeliest the divisionofpowersconflict guesses seemto Youths shoes ;Men 1 IJ-2.I 6V4-I2.1.73.Boy*Infants'' 2}rb;. of collar.Ton.Button Blue,or front.Wtute.:Your SOM fchowe 6 .. 2 $ a & 2 2 I

will be compromised 5-1.Chads'! lfc-12.Misses' I2H-3. li.CM b* went as iportslurts. 39 2 1
I and lowering of the draft regIstration women 4-10 . 97c FOR OR r
age will be shelved, at COMP. VALUE 2.99 each I
I least temporarily. Dress Shirts: Snap tab and regular COMP. VALUE 5.99 COMP. VALUE 2.99-4.99 I

1 Johnson has indicated he will collar, broadcloth or button down The traditional sculptured wedding ring patSIZES: 7-14 . . 3.33
,t I ask about $I billion for the program IN/ _. oxford. Sizes 14-17. tern. Luxurious heavyweight cotton (lint I
j but probably will request r = Sport Shirts: 65% Dacron & 35% free and washable. Golden Delicious.i PeaAn exciting collection of the latest spring I
about third of it for this ;; f., Cotton also cotton knits. S-M-L.
3 only a !
cock Green
1' R : All short sleeve styles. Blue Spray. Honey Beige. Del styles including duster dress sets. A-lines. I
year. st phlnium Blue. Pink or White. end waistline dresses at this low low price.

J. What a Labor Department ___ / II
source described earlier this
J has centered around who is going k' #d ROSE BUSHES 1
.o' to do what in Johnson's war !4' t
i on the poverty which he says afflicts STEEL In bud & bloom 61c I
N I as much as 20 per cent of -

i't i Like the Labor Department 50-lb. bag 1 .54 1

li the Welfare Department is intimately pia she Tube Plump Acrylic Filled 00 50% organic I
fiVf 2 700
l concerned with the bat. LUSTRE CREME 33 GARDEN TOOLS pr. for
1 tie plans because it has several
programs aimed at helping SHAMPOO BED PILLOWS Comp. Value 49.95 Your choice 2/$3 Reg. 6.95 each rG
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i Gainesville Sun Sunday, Mtrcn la, a Q"


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THE I 64's Political. FashionsBy

JAMES RESTON ticket. Even if he lost, GOP They did the same thing in dodges exchanged for another -

... KAKKISOX rn.I.... ..4raktUlurt SOUTHBy Sfrxn $nrk Ttttwa would benefit and might even a factual illustrated pamphletof but any change is boundto

4 PAT COWLES. Vies TtttitfeBti WASHINGTON The New win control of the House. Lodge's career and they be an improvement. The
i ED 708 'SOY. Tie PresidentttU proved in the process that winner in New Hampshirewas

Florida's Beautiful S XteenUt EAtUfi W. G. BUI) RALPH McGILL Hampshire election encouraged Dwight D. Eisenhower is still the man who spent the
e EBEKSOLE, Tlee lre.ueat mi AvertUinf *- a lot of pleasant dreams YET IN New Hampshire nota
, "" P.utir Prb frtoBinf PmklUhtrOf an influential factor in Repub- least and was farthestaway
University City tt. Atlanta' (Ga") CoastltaUOB and"cast at least a little doubton single Goldwater delegatewas
VU. rrMlieni _* ClreaU- lican politics.For and was working in-
U.. JiI&..,,,. some of the most cherished elected not even Senator all their propaganda stead of talking.It .
assumptions of A m e rican Norris Cotton, his campaign
emphasized Lodge's c 1 o se
THE SUN'S POLICY 'A Hoax politics. manager. The well known personal friendship and politi- may even be that we are

,, The supermarket approachto names there, standing for cal association with the last passing out of the era of the

'.. 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. the White House for exam- Goldwater and Rockefeller, Republican president. One popular man and into the era

t 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ple, took a frightful beating.For were all defeated and defeated television shot showed Ike of the unpopular man. Thereis

.t- 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. On TheJobless ten years, candidates by nobodies. This has impressed beaming like a proud fatheron something slightly sniffish

: .- The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-S441 have been going through the the party gentry even the handsome candidateand about Henry Cabot Lodge -as
food bazaars fatuously than the size of if he were vaguely annoyed
'j..... big grinning more Lodge'svote. saying, "This is the man
Ads 376-4672
Want with the human and
.. and shaking hands we want." race -
.. ? with astonished females in the Where this ancient film this has prevented him, de-
dubious belief that some- For a little while, therefore, clip spite his good looks, from be-

J i For Winn an d Richardson how this would assure the women's it new may set be possible of political to hope fashionsis thata came from and the nobody sound knows ended exactly ing a wildly popular charac-

Pay for overtime became a vote. in vogue that the big hand- before Ike said what he want- ter.Yet
\'e've a job to do Tuesday.: Nelson Rockefeller bet on shake the the ed Lodge for, but the viewer this too seems to be the
of national legislationfor toothy grin,
part this technique in New Hamp-
fashion. President
got the idea that Lodge wasEisenhower's current De
and the
two reasons. The major shire, where Estes Kefauver prize fighter wave, candidate for Gaulle, Chancellor Erhard,

I Tour men, each with the mind and motivation was to discourage started it a decade ago, but militant "total victory" stanceare something, and apparently the Prime Minister Home and
fading. It is probably onlya
Gainesville with this time it didn't work.
to provide
Character overtime payments and there- misty dream that will vanish thing worked. President Johnson are all able
I the leadership a blossoming city de- but not exactly likeable.
in Texas *
by create new employ ,or Oregon or
five- THE WAR RIOR approachto THUS, WE MAY merely be Maybe popularity is out and
serves, seek two seats on our n. > ment. The law also protected some other primary, but it's
We fortu- the presidency didn't work while it lasts. seeing one set of political efficiency is in: Who knows?
man city commission. are pleasant
workers from sweatshoptype either. Barry Goldwater offer-

... nate that their struggle is real and a ed the voters rugged individ-
employers who demanded Even money, which has recently ON THE RIGHT =
evident. It has not always ualism, jungle economics,
choice long hours of work at no replaced the.log cabinas
and gunboat diplomacy, but a to the White
been 80.This passport
additional But big
pay. when the voters thought a lit- House, didn't prevail in New
4x x idea was to put more personsto tle about landing the Marinesin Hampshire. Henry Cabot FoundIn
is not the time for a sermonon Signs
WINN RICHARDSONIn working an eight-hour Cuba or extending the war Lodge, of course, is no pauper -

the sanctity of the polls. No day. The Adamson eight-hour in Viet Nam, they apparently ; no doubt he' was helpedas

amount of preachment will make a the contest for the remainingseat act of 1916 had establishedsuch decided to leave bad enough the elegant patrician from

lazy man vote, for we live in a free on the commission, City Plan a work day for railroad alone. neighboring Massachusetts, Primary
home Barry came into the cam- but he buried a couple of millionaires -
voter stay
:) society and a can Board Chairman Arnold Butt opposes workers in interstate carri- 9
paign promising that he would with a campaignthat y
if he so desires. But to keep it.free Jim Richardson. Mr. Butt, running ers. The Wagner Act of the give the voters "a choice, not cost less than 25000.

someone must do the work of democracy Roosevelt covered By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
jointly with Mayor Winn, has acute years an echo, and they chose the

and that is Tuesday's task. knowledge of the growth problems of hours and wages in a com- echo. Rockefeller even triedto THE WAY in which this An election is a form of ed, and hi view of the rela

the University of Florida, our chief prehensive manner. argue that there was something money was spent may indicate communication, in which the tively huge sums of time,
dreadful in Lodge coop- the coming political fash citizen-voters
to their
qualificationsof speak
Because of the high
industry, and is directing the over- The nation's economy, be- erating with the wicked Dem- ions. Paul Grindle, Robert public leaders and to each energy and money spent on

these four candidates, it is our due development of the city's plan- cause of two wars, the Sec- orates in South Viet Nam, but Mullen and the other amateurswho other; and in our strange, each campaign badly defeat

good fortune and demanding duty such this partisan approach to for- dislodged Rockefellerand ed. .
ning department. With em- ond World War and that with drawn-out process of nominat- -
to be able to select our leaders phasis on planning, it is in the pub- Korea has become eign policy didn't go over Goldwater operated on ing candidaes for our high- But in my judgment, the
so us-
from men of integrity. There is no lic interest that his expert directionof either. the assumption that too many est office, this communication Rockefeller and Goldwater defeats -
ed to overtime payments thatit One of the most popular TV shots of their candidatesoon
thereis notions is intermittent in New Hampshire
but six were
choice of good or evil here, an
has become almost built-
the board be a
about the Goldwater become advertising
can- as boring as months' dialogue punctuatedby not identical in nature or con-
a choice indeed. in job expectation in some
didacy was that his name on jingles. They spent the successive primaries.Still sequence. Senator Goldwater

Mr. Richardson offers a recordof of the basic industries. As automation the ticket would excite the only $3,000 on a single film clip last week the New was bruised; Governor

We have a right to demand, not and technologic Republicans and elect other of Lodge in action fighting Hampshire Republicans were Rockefeller was quite prob-
long service to Gainesville as an this effect
changes wrought ,
simply a favorable commission vote Republican candidates even if Communists in the Unit e d the first to hold the floor. ably crushed. Rock etch!
advisor to the city and county on overtime ceased to make it did not elect the head of the Nations and Nazis in Africa. er's setback would to
What this tune seem
but have
I' on a question of the week, responsible sense from a common sense they
several He served
major projects. as be irreversible.
been trying to ? can
minorities say
voice for
leadership, a There
viewpoint. were some
trustee of Alachua General Hos- Interlandi' and almost will
a By certainly -
I read them
bold ideas and toil toward 15 million persons who work- Chiefly, as
1 pital during a time of decision and ed more than 40 hours per that they remain, as they the New Hampshire campaign
We have right to reject -
civic unity. a itself offers the
took forceful steps to improve ward week last year while more were reported to be throughout proof

me-tooism or a return to dor- conditions for both races. He servedas than five million were unableto fi the campaign, largely un not merely recover but
I! f decided. move quickly up.ROCKEFELLER.
mancy.It a member of the state welfare find any work whatever.
(This is one of the paradoxesof 1'icrI But does not the big
department board for this district.He is prob-
for Ambassador Lodge,
affluent mechanized sweep
is with this in mind that The an so-
ably finished in the first
ciety.) A frustrated Depart like the 1952 Eisenhower
Sun offers its endorsement to two of round-though he will
go on
! was the only University of ment of Labor suggests thatif write-in, mean that they have
the four officeseekers.Dr. overtime payments were r UMMITTTR decided, and for him? Prob- flailing until the last bell,
Florida professor on the steering = no doubt-because he hasn't
increased from time and a llami ably not. A solid victory for
committee of the Citizens anything in He shot
Advisory reserve.
J Dr. Edwin Andrews has chosen half to double time, more Rockefeller, Goldwater or
Committee on Capital Improvements, workers might be hired. even Scranton would have his political wad on what
not to defend his seat on the comA r should have been a promising -
which established the guidelines proved that they had decided.
mission in order to challenge Mayor bet, and he lost. His
But this for the absent
THE ANSWER to this is : sweep
within which the present $6 million a
:Byron Winn. Thus, both are known "Yes, and on the other hand, Ambassador was really a style of campaigning was
capital improvement is perfected long and his
program ago
commissioners. way of not deciding.
quantities as no.
[1 based.In best wasn't good enough.It's .

Our national paradox is IN THE FIRST place hard to see how, phys-

During the first two years of his highlighted by the fact that a L 1 Lodge was the nearest thing ically, he could spend more

f i current three-year term, Mayor Winn recent years, on matters of mu- requirement to pay double ,, r New Hampshire had to a fav- money per voter. He was

nicipal financing and public adminis- for overtime would not add fighting on favorable terrain
; was the sole voice of consistent protest orite son; and, in the second,
against secret meetings and tration, he has been a consultant to many jobs-at least, none I most New Hampshire voters : a northeastern state,

\ He several cities and towns and to both with any prospect of per- ;J CIMI are shrewd enough to realize near neighbor to his own,
I steakhouse city government. Some would be add- where he has ties of
manency. that Lodge has the chance of many
houses of the Florida Legislature.His .
maintained a position against inequitable ed for a time. But the search a one-eared rabbit to win friends, school and largesse.
use of tax money, such as pay- knowledge of such public admin- for new technology to reduce the nomination. The
ideas he
istration can provide a base for valu costs in an increasingly com- = served up, all
xfient of rebates to suburban developers 4r Neither Rockefeller nor well polished with the familiar

j' often in the face of a four-to- able leadership to the city in the development petitive-and perhaps in a 1 1l Goldwater succeeded, priorto sheen of the reigning

one commission vote.I of the capital improve- slowing increasing would inflation-soon March 10, in convincing a ideology, were easy and fam

"i I -- ment program. ary-economy eliminate jobs created by l I istAtss ,o6&K ei. majority or even a pluralityof iliar. The national press, both
New Hampshire Republicans. -
J Mayor Winn showed extraordinary double time payments. This 'Treaty of 1868 say Sioux have right to claim federal This is an irreducib newspaper was friendly. He put periodical an incredible -,

/i understanding and quiet stability Like Mayor Winn, Mr. Richardson would work mean a decrease in total property not used for specific purpose, ugh!I" fact. They were both defeat- personal energy Into

during last summer's racial crisis. He has demonstrated broad insight into positions. his drive. And he came in

J tempered the angry dialogue of the most pressing social problem of Certain industries, notably I third. If he couldn't do better

with the time. automobiles, offer another than that in New Hampshire
Spokesmen for both races our
example of why overtime salaries think what it will be in.
i! leadership needed to douse the embers which the companies Voice of the People Illinois or Texas!

i t of irresponsibility that threatened He would establish a "task force"of freely admit are heavy, especially -

holocaust. school officials, parents and stu- when sales are good, Goldwater held some valu-
able trumps, too, it is true-
-r dents to actively work with Gaines- are paid rather than eliminated -
On The Sun's I in
Opinion Page particular support of
by hiring new men at
ZWe have disagreed with Mr. Winn ville's Bi-Racial Committee in pre- Senator Cotton and many
regular hourly payment. The .
fin certain issues, such as the vote paring the city for peaceful and dig- automobile companies are dependent Opinions and comments of Sun readers era welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters well-known, well-liked New
nified school It is bol- must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Hampshiremen. But Gold-
ast against the proposed rezoning integration. a
on consumer accept- exceed 500 words and must be written On only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The water in local
I' of Northwest 13th Street property stering the Bi-Racial Committee ance of various models. If Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or was a environ-
intent. ment almost the opposite of
one catches on and begins to
Sears' department store. needs.
for a new his in the
own region of
i YFe still disagree with that vote, believing outsell others, there is not Housing Code Now anyone who thinks twice on appeal, of any or- the country dominated by
time to the
expand plantCOMPANIES
that Gainesville suffers when Mr. Richardson's record of public o t about this comparison can see der issued by the enforcing those who most fanatically -
Attack it is an illogical analogy.One official. With this protection
I >Ail existing retailer's plans for expan- service and his capabilities for public whose work authorized offici- oppose him. Though an ex-
a jon are thwarted. We believe Mr. leadership are his credentials. We ers are experienced in producing Sun: Perhaps Ob- point alone destroysthe als, acting within the limit- perienced he congressional politician -
1 argument's validity: It as an ama-
solution to Sears recommend his election to the the model can get the whose letter ed of the code should
1 jinn will find a city done server, about compares two entirely differ scope teur at this kind of campaigning
job quicker-and cheaper
the proposed housing code be permitted to take
commission. appropriate
problem. -at overtime than by add- ent situations.Our on his own behalf and
-- was published in the Sun on action when, in their the amateurishness
and other work- code so ap
ing training concerns an emergency
March 4, should add the considered opinion, an emer-
"During the past year, as mayor, Should there be agreement with ers. Adding new plants is a qua- condition in housingand parent on that unfortun ate
lifying adjectives, superficial, gency exists. *
"Meet The Press"
fie has represented the city of Gainesville these endorsements, vote. Should hazardous business, since or myopic, before his pseud- the authorization for action program
The carried over into the first
proposed code deline-
manufacturers to the
might find protect public
l with dignity, and -res 1 nstbility. there be disagreement with these onym. His observations are than New Hampshire weeks
themselves with a model health or safety. The Com- ates more carefully any along
The office has gained by it.,We recommend endorsements, vote. In no other way that was not selling, and a clouded and illogical. munist statement concernsa similar codes we have seen with an injured foot.

Mr. Winn's reelection to the will we honorably discharge Tues- new plant built in which to In the first place, his implied public security organ and the processes to protect the !!i

.. cay commission. day's task.I produce it. So overtime work- argument rests on the searching a place or detain- essential rights and interestsof ON TOPICS such as Social j

ers are substituted. logical fallacy called "false ing a person; and when the all parties. Much care and Security, Cuba, the UN and ,

1 ... analogy:' Chairman Mao of Communists speak of secur- attention has been given to establishing Russia, Goldwater's formulations \

SWEET LIFE? THE ORIGINAL suggestionis Red China has, according to ity or safety in this context, procedures to prevent were not adequate to "'

I} that double time be applied Observer, proclaimed that "it they are speaking about the abuses and provide for his task. And it seems probable '

; OR BITTER WATERS? to "selected" industries. is absolutely necessary fora security or safety of the state consdered judgments and that in some cases he ;

That such an agreement public security organ, un- -not of individuals. Emer- substantial justice. had not !in the past thought

-- quickly would spread is in- der emergency conditions, to gency clauses are not uncom- With fair and careful en- through his own positions on
I'; ::: (C) 1\w Ted Times This was too much for an- reputed to do wonders for escapable.Not search a place or detain a mon in American laws intended forcement the proposed code these matters with the kind

FLORENCE, Italy The other prominent Florentine, one's jaded liver. person without a warrant, to protect the public should well serve the public of thoroughness and consist

f Shad of Iran is taking the Marquis Emilio Pucci, the S even the shorter work etc." health or the safety of individual interest here. But s o m chow ence required to meet the my-
"bItter water" the week offers real
cure at a prospectof riad attacks
dress designer whose name Section 18 of the proposed persons; and our laws we continue straining at imaginary questionsand
schoolchildren of
Tuscan: hillside Spa Monteca- an- adding any significant num- probings of
housing code authorizes the are generally intended to gnats in the code a continuing
tin .near here, and the Iran- has become a trademark for other generation who studiedthe ber of new jobs that wouldha'e campaign.The .
enforcing official to take immediate protect and serve the Individual while we swallow whole the
ian: tudents of Florence University glamorous pants. Recentlythe Palmer Method must have about them much ex-
action without and the general public existing camel of substandard
notice -
I are accusing him in turned out to be chiropractors. pectation of permanence.It New Hampshire experience -
Marquis entered the national or hearing, when he not the state. We have at housing.
protest posters of indulgingin (Champaign-Urbana, HL Ga- has made these defects .
:;.la dolce vita," the sweet parliament as a con- zette) is easy enough to be ne- finds an emergency exists least one ordinance here which CARL B. OPP apparent to Goldwater and i
servative member, and in gative-and neither the shorter which requires such action to has been on the books for several his associates there is
life:of Italy. ; good 1
this capacity he rushed a formal S work week nor the double protect the public health. years and which con- S reason to believe they will be

The local police cracked demand to the Rome gov- We always called a spade a pay suggestion makes anyonesee Therefore, this emergency tains an "emergency" clause. It', often hard for teen- repaired in growing measure

down on the demonstrators ernment to teach Mayor La- spade until we hit our foot rainbows in the unemployment provision in the housingcode We strongly suspect there agers to go joy riding without as the campaign' progresses. I:

ana detained a dozen or so of Pira how to receive an imperial with one the other day. (Danville skies. But the real- is a threat to individual are other local ordinanceswith running into somebody they It will prove necessary, too,

thetn. Florence's far left Roman guest in this ancient cityof Ya. Commercial Appeal ity of the situation is such liberty, since in Red China, such provisions.In don't know. (Waterloo Courier for his course to be guided .

Catholic Mayor Giorgia grand dukes. ) that, if some positive planning which is a police state where the second place, while by a stricter strategic control -
La- Pira, nicknamed "The While Rome is ponderingwhat m is not done, the human indi\idualliberties have been Observer included the refer- that will cut the waste :

Saint," who had betel: ;, to do, the 44-year-old When you are 70 you havea predicament, and the frustrations lost, a security organ, un- ence to Section 15 of the code The fellow with a level head Involved in too scattered a

atDhe civic welcome for the Iranian ruler keeps drinking bit of a past. (Harold Mae- thereby produced, will der emergency conditions, can in his quotation, he failed to never carries his nose too far fire, and focus on the few I

Shah, pleaded with the police quietly at Montecatini's evil- millan in the London Observer push us into some hurried, search a place or detain a point out that this section in the air. (Marshaltown great key issues that can be- ;

to::e1ease the students. tasting fountains, which are ) poorly prepared action. person without a warrant. provides for orderly review Times-Republican) come decisive.i ., :

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IIi A GoinetvilU Sun Sunday March IS. 1964
COLORED NEWS The faculty and student body

r of: Lincoln High School are constantly -
tSateuflkFlorida's iunI and fervently preparingfor

i B. F. ,Childs, Colored News Editor: those rapidly approachingdates

I of March 22-24.
These dates are the ones
BIBLE THOUGHT "Jesus when Lincoln High will be re- 'S

: '; .... Jon B. HAKKI&OX. FrciUcBt ad said unto him, I am the way, evaluated. The school was last
PwbUtken PAT COWLES. Vie Frctt- the truth, and the life: no man evaluated during the years of
dents ED JOHNSON, Vic President cometh unto the Father, but by 195758. The purpose of this _
oft EitemtiT EAlUri W. G. (Bill) (John 14:6)NEWBERRY evaluation is to have the school
I Beautiful'University EBEKSOLE. Tic President ,ai AvertUlnf *- me. _
accredited by the Southern As-.
Directors BOB TARTAGL10NE. -
ociation of Colleges and _
1 City Vie PreiUcai Mid Ctoeul- NEWS
tie* ..k5&ge.. YOUTH DAY SET Schools. Through accreditation, .5' ru
a graduate of Lincoln High is __ 11u
-:1 Youth Day will be observedat subject to matriculate to any in-
the Mt. Zora Baptist Church stitution of h i g h er learning in k \-'

(.p 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. during the day. the South; the applicant \

.. .. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. The public is invited. so be accepted in
'I'J 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. tutions elsewhere.A .

= All 372-8441 EARLTON NEWSJOlli'T committee of
i The Sun's telephones: Departments-
ii i I SERVICEThe 30 persons will a r :
Want Ads-376-4672
1'-. Gainesville about 12:30
\i Rev. William M. Ferguson ;: : :t: March 22. Every
and also -
-, _'. For Winn and Richardson from Mt. Pleasant Methodist er his arrival. The : ; ,
Church will conduct joint
a this committee have

to do Tuesday. .......... _. service at the Free Cannan Mrs. Mabel Stiger, daughter en by the Southern
We've a job of Jones of Gainesville
J Methodist Church at Earlton. Henry of Colleges and
.1 today at 3 p.m.WILLISTON who now lives in Sacramento, educators come from
Four men, each with the mind and alif.? will visit family and areas in the state.

j' character! to provide Gainesville with NEWS friends here over the Easter ing this commmittee

J thJe.leadership blossoming city deserves olidays. She is expected to ar- principal of Florida A. &
Mrs. Vernice Butler reporter nyc tomorrow. I I
seek two seats on our five- WOMEN'S DAY iversity High School of
hassee M. H. Estaras.
l We fortunate Women's will be observedat ,
man city commission. are Day '..W;! E. Combs, Specialist in
:' that their struggle is real and a the Greater Rock Hill Bap- ary Education, State

, t\ choice evident. It has not always tist Church today. The scheduleof "\8; I ment of Education,
services is as follows: : : .
; is cochairman.This .
been so..This. During the morning worshipat ." group of

11 a.m., Mrs. Clayton, of Lake .:; ., r: remain on its
is not the time for a sermonon be the -,. :
WINN RICHARDSONIn City, will principal speaker through Tuesday night,
the sanctity of the polls. No ; and during the afternoon ; I I

amount of preachment will make a the contest for the remainingseat worship at 3 p.m., Mrs. Cora _, _, .I'I -'.. 24.More detailed j I
I Robertson, of Gainesville will .o"",
free be revealed later this
for we live in a
lazy man
on the commission, City Plan also be the principal speaker. "
I society and a voter can stay home Eoard Chairman Arnold Butt opposes j' STUDENTS INTERN

ifhe so desires. But to keep it free Jim Richardson. Mr. Butt running WILLISTON NEWS ::';:"'i :
someone must do the work of democracy Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley re This trimester,
I jointly with :Mayor Winn, has acute itinerant service of

and that is'Tuesday's task. knowledge of the growth problems of porter. rection, 11 of 30 county ;

.f the University of Florida our chief CARD OF THANKSWe are feeling the

Because of the high qualificationsof industry and is directing the over- the family of Mrs. Ra Florida A&M University !
ael Nelson wish to express our who have been assigned
candidates ourgood
these four I
due development of the city's plan-
deepest and most sincere appreciation Gladys D. Alexander,
and demanding duty
fortune ning department. With such em- to the many friendsfor wide speech therapist! ,_a
._: 'to be able to select our leaders phasis on planning, it is in the pub- their thoughtfulness and BISHOP H. WILLIAMSThe I ing teacher. Miss Jessie

from men of integrity. There is no lic interest that his expert directionof kindnesses at a time when it State Convene will con- Queen, a speech

choice of good or evil here, but thereis the board be continued. was most needed. Rev. R. Sams vene at the Church of God in jor, comes from
'a choice indeed. and family. Chirst with Bishop H. Williams and Michael B. ;

(above) host pastor, March speech and drama
Mr. Richardson offers a recordof NOTE OF THANKSWe 16 through March 22. rection major comes
We have a right to demand not
long service to Gainesville as an the family of James R. ami.These
simply a favorable commission vote advisor to the city and county on Williams, wish to thank all : 5' students are
question of the week, but responsible en every opportunity to
on a friends for their kindness and
several He served
major projects. as
leadership, a voice for minorities words of sympathy during his vS- ; thoroughly oriented
a trustee of Alachua General Hos- public school speech I
bold ideas and toil toward illness and subsequent death.
time of decision and here in
pital during a program
civic unity. We have a right to reject Hampton C. Williams, WydmanB. ....
took forceful steps to improve ward Williams and Edward R. Wil- yo
me-tooism or a return to dor- Both students have a
conditions for both races. He servedas Hams, brothers; and Mrs. Elizabeth -
interest in the c h I
mancy.It a member of the state welfare C. Welch, sister. they teach and a real

department board for this district.He speech correction. The
is with this in mind that The BAPTIST BROTHERHOODThe school spread of the

I Sun offers its endorsement to two of Baptist Brotherhood meeting correction program
was the only University of held at the Second
officeseekers.Dr. will be the
the four greatly development
Florida professor on the steering Bethel Baptist Church with Rev. p e r s ona 1 qualities,

committee of the Citizens Advisory A. Wrighten, pastor, on Thurs school community is a
Edwin Andrews has chosen Committee on Capital Improvements, day, March 19, at 8 p.m. Rev.i and a new challenge
not to defend his seat on the com- D. E. White, president; Rev.I
which established the guidelines
mission in order to challenge :Mayor S. M. Daniels, secretary. I self.Dr.. Boulware,
within which the present $6 million .
Byron Winn. Thus, both are known ." speech correction,
commissioners. capital improvement program is IN MEMORIAMIn '\ii University visited Mrs.
quantities as
based.In loving memory of Elijah ...:. der and the interns
Middleton who left this worldone BANQUET SPEAKER ;' day. He expressed

During the first two years of his year ago Sadly missed by Atty. Carmel Carrington Marr at the skills exhibited
current three-year term, Mayor Winn recent years, on matters of mu- his widow, Mrs. M. W. Mic will be the banquet speaker at students in so short a

was the sole voice of consistent pro- nicipal financing and public adminis- dleton. the 11th Annual Institute spon- commended the

test against secret meetings and tration, he has been a consultant to sored by the Florida A&M University -Teacher highly on the

steakhouse city government. He several cities and towns and to both VOTERS LEAGUE College of Law Satur- ment of a unique

maintained position against inequitable houses of the Florida Legislature.His Tuesday will be city election day evening March 21. Atty program in speech, u.&i
a Gainesville. The polls Marr advisor developed materials,
day in serves as on polio
of such admin-
use of tax money, such as payment knowledge public will open at 7 a.m. and close at tical and legal affairs in the ods of group therapy
of rebates to suburban developer istration can provide a base for valu- 7 p.m. Free transportation will United States Mission to the dren and simplified

; often in the face of a four-to able leadership to the city in the development be furnished from the Recreation United Nations. The institute, a ing. He took with him

one commission ,vote. of the capital improve Center FR 2-3802 or FR 2. continuing legal education pro- samplings of materials i
<9 -. .. .-" ment program. 9217. Cars will be cruising gram for lawyers, judges, law ed that many features !
through the precincts, stop- teachers, students and laymen, speech program here in
; *Mayor Winn showed extraordinary ping at Bartley Temple and will begin Friday, March 20, County were superb
understanding and quiet stability Like Mayor Winn, :Mr. Richardsonhas Johnson Chapel in the northeastside Featured speaker at the open Duncan and Miss

dgring last summer's racial crisis. He demonstrated broad insight into and Mount Carmel Baptist ing meeting of the institute will have shared many -

'I tempered the angry dialogue of the most pressing social problem of Church in the northwest area. be the Honorable Hiram R. Can- responsibilities with
Southwest residents will come cio, attorney general of the ting
spokesmen for both. races with the our.time. ing a spelling bee, j
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
to Gene Mills Auto Body Shop
leadership needed to. douse__ the embers oratorical contest,
for free L. V.
of irresponsibttfty! Jjiat threat- :.: He .would establish a "task force"of CARD OF THANKSWe ers for Vocational E
Davis, Vice President, Alachua
-* **""" *" school officials and stu- Week at Lincoln High
ejjed holocaust. parents County Voters League the family of Mrs. Lula training of
dents to actively work with Gaines Young Mitchell, wish to express a group
ers at A. Quinn Jones
=Ye have disagreed with Mr. Winn ville's Bi-Racial Committee in pre- ALACHUA NEWS our appreciation to. form at the State PTA
friends for their acts of kindness
ojj: certain issues, such as the vote paring the city for peaceful and dig- PLANS RALLY at Lincoln in

cast against the proposed rezoning nified school integration. It is a bol- There will be a rally at the reavement.shown Special during thanks our be-to ducting the sale of
New Hope Baptist Church todayat
01 Northwest 13th Street property stering the Bi-Racial Committee 3 p.m. at Alachua. Choir No. 1 of Mt. Olive Prim-
for a new Sears' department store. needs. The public is invited. Rev. L. itive Baptist Church. GeorgeW. 1i

\Ce: still disagree with that vote, be- A. Tillman, pastor. Smith, brother; Mrs. Ber-

Hiving that Gainesville suffers when Mr. Richardson's record of public nice Usher, niece.

aa existing retailer's plans for expansion service and his capabilities for pub- AILING IN HOSPITALMrs. NOTE OF THANKSWe i i

are thwarted. We believe Mr. lic leadership are his credentials. We Mary DeBose is ailingin
the Alachua General the family of Pete Din-
Winn will find a solution to Sears' recommend his election to the city Hospi-gle wish to express our appreciation

pfoblem. commission. tal.Mrs.. DeBose's friend are asked to friends for their kind-
ness shown during our bereave- Opinion,sad : !
to visit her. Mrs. F. D. Shannon -
=During the past year, as mayor, Should there be agreement with reporter. ment. The Pete Dingle family; must not exceed be signed 500 end words

he has represented the city of Gainesville these endorsements, vote. Should Mrs. Harriet Jones, reporter. Sun reserves the right '
with dignity and responsibility. there be disagreement with these CONTATESCING I NOTICE

Hie office has gained by it. We recommend endorsements, vote. In no other way Rev. G. G. McArthur. of 526 The American Legion Post Housing
SW 6th Place, who is ill at his ,
Mr. Winn's reelection to the will we honorably discharge Tuesday's home. was reoorted as improving. -No. 306 and the Ladies' Auxiliary Attack II.
will attend jointly the
city: commission. : task. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reportler. I
morning worship at 11 ajn. at .,
Bartey! TempleMethodistChurch EDITOR, Sun:

I: SWEET LIFE? ANNIVERSARY TO BE today. server the proposed whose housing letter J'1! I

OBSERVEDThe was published in the
I OR BITTER WATERS? choral group of Pallbearers Club Council will give March 4, should add

"-. Lodge No. 113 will observeits Gainesville Girls the chance to lifying adjectives, i

-. fCI New Yoft Tlmea This was too much for an- reputed to do wonders for anniversary at the Mt. Mori- display their talent and beauty or myopic, before his I

FLORENCE, Italy The other prominent Florentine, one's jaded liver. ah Baptist Church with Rev. L.I in the annual Talent and Beau- onym. His :

Shah of Iran is taking the Marquis Emilio Pucci, the A. TiUman pastor on March ty Contest Saturday in the Lincoln clouded and illogical.In i.
'.bi er water" cure at the 16 at 8 p.m.SINGERS High School Auditorium at the first place,
Than hillside Spa Montecatinirnear designer whose name The schoolchildren of an-
8 p.m. The winner will be plied argument rests
here, and the Iran- has become a trademark for other generation who studiedthe TO APPEARThe crowned Miss Club Council and! logical fallacy called .,.

ian;students of Florence University glamorous pants. Recentlythe Palmer Method must have Gospel Harmonets, sing- will represent Gainesville in the analogy:' Chairman \ 1

are accusing him in Marquis entered the national turned out to be chiropractors. ers from the Mt. Herman Baptist -I 20th Century Frontiers Annual Red China has, 1
protest posters of indulgingin (Champaign-Urbana, HL Gazette Church will in ,
parliament as a conservative appear a State Talent and Beauty con- Observer proclaimed
dolce vita the sweet ) 1
Jla member, and in musical program at the Church I test in Daytona Beach on Labor is absolutely
life:of Italy. this capacity he rushed a for-. S of God in Christ on N. W. 7th. I Day. L. V. Davis, president a public security
lie local police cracked mal demand to the Rome gov- We always called a spade a A\e., today at 8 p.m. I der emergency

don on the demonstrators ernment to teach Mayor La- spade until we hit our foot I I search a place or i

and: detained a dozen or so of Pira how to receive an imperial with one the other day. (Dan- TO SPONSOR SERVICEThe CHOIRS IN PARADEThe .person without a ;,

thejn. Florence's far left Roman guest in this ancient city \vile Va., Commercial Appeal West .Coast Ministersand Friendship Choirs U n ion etc."

Catholic Mayor Giorgia of grand dukes. ) Deacons Union Choir will will present its monthly feature. i Section 18 of the
La-Pin, nicknamed "The While Rome is ponderingwhat m sponsor its quarterly serviceat '"Choirs in Parade" at the! housing code
Saint," who had been missing to do, the 44-year-old When you are 70 you havea the St. Paul Baptist Church ,Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church I I enforcing official to
at3he civic welcome for the Iranian ruler keeps drinking bit of a past. (Haro'd Macmillan with ReG.. G. McArthur pastor today at 3 p.m. There will be!. mediate action,

Shah, pleaded with the policeto quietly at Montecatini's evil- in the London Observer at Newberry today at 3 Easter renditions given by the I l tice or hearing, (

.jelease. the students. tasting fountains, which are ) pjn. I choir. finds an emergency )

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:: Sunday, March 15, 1964 GaintsvlIU Sun "1
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IH. i 6! I The Voice of The People Prods City Candidates I 1

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{ CAA's Policy's untrue. Now Richardson is try- feet on his neighbors..After all not the "people's bloc!" Less mission' had previously adopted. I say that.an elected board of ance, I would urge that you system which has made Am-

: ing to scare us with the why should a filling station on than 200 people form the active directors carries out the policies speak out, ask questions and erica strong; personally, we

K. Anti-Business I thought that Butt might not the corner or a used car lot membership of CAA As mayor, Dr. Murphree made by the member- think more for yourselves. Un- have more faith in it. Perhaps :-

V tl even remain in Gainesville, down the block bother a property which does not comprise a signed a "workable program"for ship. In fact, just the oppo- der these circumstances I private enterprise can-
EDITOR, Sun: The CAA is .. and it is insinuated that either .owner across the street or people's bloc as they have Gainesville which sought site happens. A few peopleon believe the CAA could be a not do the job, but in Gainesville

4 the only political organization Butt or Winn if elected, in the next block? said.Printed FHA approval that Janu the Board and one per- I contributing force in the com it has" never really been

in Gainesville. may resign and be appointedcity The "old guard" are' those propaganda to sway ary. He said, "The city hopesto j son not- even in the CAAI I munity. challenged to do it.

They are trying to run the manager. who have influence and use it the minds of the public is have an adequate minimum I make policy and then steer. RUTH RELOS In smaller print the adI

city government according to !I Yet, the Old Guard is real-i I to their advantage such as the I!t being circulated by those cam- standards housing code by the membership into it. I I, writers propose their solution -

their own ideas without regard -!.I ly running scared and is tryI I case of the SAE house corner paigning for Winn and Butt next fall." I The worst claim in the ad Tells of TwistsIn : Using an "existing" or

to the wishes, interests ing to scare the voters into zoning problem. On 2 April evidently the ability of the That was six years ago! The is ,that the CAA "encourages I : dinance and aggressive I y

and sometimes the rights of : putting it back into power. I|,I 1962 a request to rezone the public to think is doubted, by U.S. census of 1950 showed 15 qualified candidates for public } I Anti-Code Ad I II I suporting private enterprisein
CAA members. Now I ask
others. .SAE house corner was submitted per cent of the housing here office." I believe the Can I building low-cost housing.

Their policies create dissension to the City Plan you, do you want known puppets was dilapidated. In 1960, it didates' Committee has made EDITOR, Sun:' Copy writers They neglect to mention that

I'' and force people to haveto Housing Code Board which recommended to plan your city and had risen to 22 per cent. commitments for you priorto for one candidate played the "existing" ordinance applies

plead for their rights. denial to the city commis spend your money or wouldn'tyou Who wants to live in a endorsement, in order to fast and loose with history, to housing only through

I They have misrepresented Is Beneficial sion. The city commission I prefer to be governed by home with no bathroom, no persuade the candidates to fact and logic in their fear- some vague section which set

to the public that candidates I (Winn, Edwards, Andrews, free thinking CONNIE men of KNIGHT ability? lights or no screens on the I run. In fact, some very excellent ridden ad about ,the 'prqppsed -* no. specific standards. In addi.

'\ other than their own belong to I i t! EDITOR, Sun: A few years Adkins and McKinney) then windows? Nobody. potential candidates housing ordinance' in' last ,tion, provIdes for repairsby

some secret organization with J i ago a great debate raged in proceeded to override (by the Under the proposed code, have been deliberately discouraged Sunday's Sun. In their eager the city and the taking of

ulterior motives, that in fact I an eastern city regarding a necessary 4 to 1 majority) the Puzzled inspections with repair would in .'the past three ness tov,belabor the bogey- liens; but it does not require

.. does not exist. very deteriorated neighbor- plan board recommendation take place in those kind of elections. 'maiT'created by the candi- advance notice of inspec

-. They imply that they protectthe hood. Once a middleclass section as well as the citizens' By CandidatesEDITOR homes not all the rest that Has. the CAA gone' date, they also leaped to' "a' tion.,

\\,1 home owners against the it had developed into a requests to deny, and the prop- are decent. It's too bad the wrong? There is- an evident. conclusion, which betrays the .Perhaps, in the minds :of

businessmen; who, however typical city slum. Should the erty, was rezoned to allow a Sun: It is hard to owners of slum property do lack of humility, a lack of be- real nature of their fears. the ad writers, the lack of

also own homes and are justas houses be razed as part of an filling station.On understand statements by Dr. not all keep their property lief in the democratic They credit the move: for ahousing'code specific standards which

JI. interested in them as anyi I i I urban renewal plan or should 25 June 1962 the same Andrews and Mr. Richardson safe and habitable, but they cess and a lack of participa.pro- to a chic group makes the "existing" ordinance .
the area be rehabilitated? The on the proposed housing code. ineffective for
one, I' city commission (while con- don't. tion generally by the CAA which came into being only upgrading -
I I I r
basic Question was whether They seem to oppose it, but It looks like the j sub standard hou,
Business property carries I sidering the total zoning ordnance i city must I members.. The big'victory.. four years ago. The truth is, ring
the largest part of the tax I the residents, if displaced, and rezoning SAE they also seem to be for the lead the way, to encourage i I last May -have been a7 CAA' first,:'that' various non par- more than offsets its possession -

load, including schools, and.., would be forced to move into. convincedthat things it would achieve -suchas them to provide houses fit for victory but probably the time tisan civic? groups have been of the other features .
comer BA-1)) was
I does not have homestead exI I I other substandard housing. the up grading of present human habitation. I hope Dr. I for change was ripe. 'There.. ..pleading-. for a proper housing which they so fearfully
the ordinance governingthe
The decision made slum housing.Dr. in
emption. ; was to Andrews and Mr. Richardsoncome were issues. Many people, code for"nearly ten years decry the proposed code.
i save the residents' homes by distance i between flammable Andrews' ads the We seriously doubt the -
Business is an important say to realize the need for including non-CAA members, and, "second, that the 1962 private
part of Gainesville life and strict enforcement of the liquid storage and public code would require houses to enforcement, since after all, worked in the campaign. commission directed the city developer whom they

n exis"'support.1icreased housing code. The owners of lands (churches, schools, be heated to 65 degrees in j the slum owners have had all CAA'ers are-not the only manager to proceed .withdrawing praise so lavishly (and who,

traffic is not a property in the area cooper i etc.) was too restrictive and winter. This is not true! The these years now to fix their ,' who have peepie a code, which he did in our opinion, fully deserves
ated. Some owners added changed the ordinance so that code house havea I this praise) would he had
justifiable excuse for holding i says a property, but they haven't. Given a truly representative by referring the matter to say
: .. back business. growth but I I I provements not required im.1 the distance was measured heating unit that is able to PATRICIA B. FARRIS j: membership, a truly full the'Plan'Board, which has this received "aggressive s u po

I .. should be provided for by the I j I the code. The houses have from the door of the public warm the rooms to 65 degrees. t, discussion and debate, some responsibility under the char- port' for his efforts. Finally

city government as needed. come sanitary again, they gathering place to the storage I II If the occupant prefers to turn for honest the "criteria" which fed.
: Too Chief room disagreementand
JAMES JACKSON have more facilities, and those I facility instead of from the his heater off and let the room Many faith in the members, ter.Then ,by careful omissionof t eral officials are quoted as
converted into apartments are : nearest line to to 45 that's I beginning to doubt are finan.
o *i public property go degrees, okay. Soured CAA? CAA leaders should be willing certain qualifying phrases -
less crowded. Neighborhoodpride No cial criteria, not physical
the liquid storage facility. Dr. Andrews private to give the democratic and essential definitionssuch
-0. Guard : says
Trying, is reflected by flowersin could have standards criteria, as the ad
building permit
I enterprise need s to providelow EDITOR, Sun: This is an' process a chance. Few thinking ( as "habitable space" ),
the yards and window would to
'Scare' Tactics I J, been validated without this rent housing here. How- Open Letter to CAA Members people like to be lumpedinto they proceed to give a distorted seem imply.
1 boxes. A new community recreation (See the brief filed by Tne proposed code providesthe
i change. ever, builders can not get gov- : groups and their vote version of certain selected -
'I -: EDITOR, Sun: Prior to the :| center and cultural provides acti recreational legal council Fagan.) ernment insured, long-term As one of the founding officers : "delivered," yet this is what code provisions.by taking needed minimum standards

campaign in 1961 when Byron 'I vities. i The "old guard" are those low interest loan programs of the CAA, I feel compelled has been happening.The these provisions out of plus careful provisions

Winn was swept into office ont II who are able to convince until Gainesville has a housing to speak to your ad lack of membership context: and stating them for appeal, review and vari

.. a wave of revolt against the I As a result of code enforcement members of the city commission code with adequate enforce- in Wednesday's Sun, entitled, participation is primarily because without the qualifications go- ances. But above all, by establishing -

I established order, municipal I the property has remained that the city tax payers ment powers. "Do You Want the Truth the leaders have dele- verning their applicabili a Housing Board

.:! elections in this city had been '1 on the tax rolls, the should absorb the cost of Both Richardson and An- About the CAA?" What gated very little committeework They particularly neglect to authorized and directed to

I tame affairs. useful life of the old houses draining land for new develop prompted my resignat i on except at elections. The mention the code's meticulous study the city's present and
.4 drews don't like the enforce- future needs
been it the
significantly extended provides
New commissioners were:I ments t h rough the mechanism from the board was a con- leaders have insisted on do- provisicns for appeals, review
ment but already .
I and families have not been provisions, we machinery needed to give developers
:; elected, often with no opposition :| uprooted from familiar sur of storm sewer rebates. have the same provisions tinuing series of untruths ing most things them of orders and grantingof interested in low".
.. the basis of infinitesimal I I' "old those perpetrated on the member- selves. Too many times the variances in situations
on an roundings.We i The guard" are on the city books. Under cost or low.rent housing tho-
turnout of the elect i who believed and convincedthe Dangerous B ti i 1 ding Ordi- ship by a few leaders. members have been expected where literal application of support they need and de.. ,
!| sometimes forget that : First, most of your "Fre- to go along with and the standards would work an .
The whole commission that No. 890
orate. thing was city nance an inspectormay serve.
I i the purpose of a housing code quent Membership Meetings"have rubber stamp what the Board injustice.
about as exciting as the appointment j i, is to help the people who live recommended sewerage rates check a house, declareit I FOR FAIR PLAY
been held do not'
just to Many people
of a social committee for industrial users were too unsafe and recommend eith- says. After having thus built a !
in substandard housing and endorsement time and for have much time to devote to
for a Sunday school picnic. to protect the health of the high and should be reduced. er its repair or demolition.If just that organizations of this nature, platform of false premises,; Gainesville Sun
Few if issues were commission then referredthe purpose. they leap from it to the bold- i
any, whole community. In the last The the owner fails to act after Second, the "Full Debates but the actual leaders make
raised. There 'were no campaigns half of the 20th century should problem to the engineerwith a certain length of time, faced and far-fetched conclusion Published evenings except
I and Decisions" and "Demo- their living by teaching political that the \ Saturday, and Sunday mornings
and most people didn'tknow any child spend his entire instructions to reduce the city may take the needed cratic Methods" the ad science and the CAA is proposedcode by the Gainesville Publishing -
is desired in order
who was running and childhood in a house lackingthe the industrial. rates.. The ma- action. Then if the owner claims simply do not exist. not an avocation for them. force "to Company at 101 SE'
cared less. most result of this was to raise doesn't reimburse' the it I public housing on Gainesville 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida.
elementary con- jor city, Last year the CAA's collect ,, Many ,people are saying if citizens." This conclu- and entered as second class
,! But times have changed. ditions of American living? I the front footage assessment may take a lien on his property. ive mind was made up priorto your two candidates do not sion matter at the Post Office at

The campaign last year in We might ask whether some ,: of the home owner from' the the endorsement meeting. win on Tuesday the organiz- their real unconsciously fear-that reveals private Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .

f .. which Messers. Turlington and of suggested requirements of original'recommended $2 per This was. put _on the booksin This year's meeting was held ation will be dead. Only you enterprise cannot provide acceptable RATES BY
Sutherland defeated the Old the proposed housing code for front foot to $3 per front foot. 1958 when the city commissioners' before all candidates were- can make this determination.No low-cost or low-rent CARRIER OR MAIL

I candidates Edwards and Bras- Gainesville are unreasonableor The "old guard" are those 'among' them Dr. in the race. It was reportedthat matter how the election housing. This betrays a I 1 Week .45 ...

ington witnessed a spirited "experimental," such as: builders, developers, financiers Walter Murphree, one of Dr. the membership voted goes, if you feel the basic strange lack of faith in the 3 Moi. $5.85

debate on the major i issues Hot and cold running water land speiulators, etc., Andrews' present supporters, "unanimously" to endorse idea of the CAA was good, I All mail subscriptions mu f

of zoning and rebates (some, houses have pumps in who sincerely and, honestly wanted to get federal urban two candidates. Either you I would suggest you consider "Furniture That's A Joy be paid in advance. "

and brought a turnout of voters I the yard, only); a kitchen believe that what benefits renewal funds for the south all think alike, an amazingfeat getting out of the candidate-t To LH-a With" Member of Audit Bureau of

in such numbers that one I sink, flush toilet, lavatory basin i them personally is good for eastern quadrant of the cityto or someone has been seeking, candidate backing Circulation. .

? was encouraged to believe that i and tub or shower (some i Gainesville; that the many help get a new post office in doing your thinking for you. and candidate dumping WALKERFURNITURE "

I democracy had actually returned I I houses have none of these). I wage earning citizens are that area. This ordinance No. And doesn't it seem strange business and work for a return I tile All material property contorted of the Gainesville herein I*

.. to city govenment.I I Why extend our sewage system I,I really unable to see far 890 added enforcement pow. that at no time has the CAA to the vital, informed cit. STORE 'j I Publishing Company. (c) In 1964. R*.
In It
What was the cause of the if plumbing facilities are enough ahead to contribute to ers to the Southern Standa r d backed a non-CAA member? izens' group the CAA started I It NTT 8th AT*. ... 1M4424W strictly production forbidden whole without or the part written

change? There is no doubt not required? Did you ever and guide the growth of II Building Code that the Com Third, the ad goes on to out to be. Of most import- : rtninc What Y* 10 'I I permission of the publisher.GAINESVILLE .

but that considerable credit try to prepare family meals Gainesville; the planning and ----- --

goes to the Civic Action Association 365: days a year without a kit- zoning professors (who are in

.. an organization created : chen sink, or attempt to keep demand nationally for their

r a few years ago by a I children clean without running advice) are not capable of

'1 3 group of citizens who had water? helping to minimize Gaines-
gotten fed up with City Hall. j Other requirements state ville's growing pains. NEED
It was the CAA which raised that roofs shall not leak and
I ,I I hope this has helped ..
that floors and exterior walls ,
the against spot zoning. ItL
cry to identify the "old guard" i
) shall not have holes in them. I I
was the CAA which brought to for those who did not knowor
(Should parents have to fear
light the fact that the taxpayer in doubt.I .
that their children might be were I!
a. was paying for the sanitary
bitten by rats?) Homes shall have one more statementand
!<, and storm sewers which were
not be crowded unreasonablythe that concerns salaries for

I required a residential to make housing swamp develop lands ( purpose of the floor space city commissioners. All growing A MODERN. HOUSING CODEIn

ment. It was the CAA that requirements). In Gainesville, communities put more and
a family of seven is living in more demands for time on
= pointed out the disadvantagesof
) a one-room house without their elected and appointed I
our hydra-headed govern
mental plumbing. Can this family officials until eventually they

-is no setup.It wonder that the Old carry out the school superintendent's establish a salary for those of the past few days, Gainesville citizens have been deluged with -doleful end deliberate misinformation about tM ,

suggestion that ficials. If they do not do this
nu Guard hates the CAA and istrying parents City's proposed minimum standards housing code. This misinformation has been fostered and published for political
for citizensare
provide a quiet place many well q u'a 1 ified .
,desperately to create
:' in the public mind an imageof homework? Why not try to just not able to divert the purposes by some who should know better and for' economic purposes by some who have a high stoke in slum: property.
future school
prevent drop-
time from earning a living,
this organization as a secret outs? and a political machine evolves Consider these points before you accept the propaganda now being circulated by opponents of the code: .. .

and sinister society, with The Gainesville hous ing which uses the "spoils
I John DeGrove as its High code under consideration -
Priest, trying to subvert the for two five-member provides un- system" to reimburse the of 1. Owner-occupied homes, reasonably maintained. in normal neighborhoods. repairs and take liens on property if the orders of'theinipector are not ,

:. city to its malevolent will. Dr. paid boards. each with a" difi ficial.Let us all recognize that will probably never come under inspection. Statements that half. the homes, follo ed. The Ijen provrsron- -;n the propteetf' $odej. potS s et.h.ing new. .

Andrews is now piously decry i ferent function to be in Gainesville could not qualify under the proposed code are deliberate' false- '
Gainesville rapidly
approaching 4. The City cannot qualify for tow-interest private enterprise rental housingunless
ing the evils of the so-called : ed by ,the city commission. I I this position' and 1 hoods. Statistics, clearly I J show that the overwhelming" majority of the substandard ,. -'- .
it has a modem code. Such .a code fairly and effectively enforced is
.. bloc voting by the people'smajority. I believe we can trust ten responsible will soon be forced to make a I slum I housing units are renter-occupied. I In th' units, citizens without -
citizens, interestedin one way we can ovoid the .need for public housing.
decision on the methodof recourse pay proportionately high weekly rents for housing that locks pro- ..
I His memory is short. If he serving their city, plus five '
wants to see a real example of elected city commissioners to compensation for their per plumbing. screening, electrical wiring, adequate heating 'equipment. or 5. Housing codes have beeri adopted by numerous'cities and have proven
[) z. bloc voting he should review see that no one will be homeless presently city unpaid commissioners.officials protection from the weather. But for .both legal and practical reasons, the effective where enforced. Over 700 cities in the U.S.A. and ever a dozen Florida _

j the commission meetings of and that those affectedby MARION FORSMAN City cannot write a code applying only to rental housing-it must. apply to cities such as Daytona Beach Orlando.-Sarasota.. Petersburg.. & Tallahassee -

I ;; 1961 and 1962 when Byron I the housing code if en- t all housing. : -' have adopted: housing codes Housin .Q cedes are endorsed by .
Winn the lone voice acted, will be treated fairly. : .
was crying the National Association of Real Estate Boards through its Build America Better "
< in the wilderness. "The i Rome was not built in a day, CAA Still Runs 2. The City does not have a housing code. The "existing" ordinance-to Committee. -

I vote was H. Winn opposed. nor will substandard housingin which one candidate has piously referred-is the dangerous buildings .ordinance # ,.', .-.u'- _

t The vote was 4-1. Winn op- Gainesville- be eliminatedin I Campaign Show : passed in 1958. It applies to existing housing only) through some 6. Injecting rruanterpretatioVis ofthepnopo&eqfc63e: Into the current commission -

Lf posed." It happened time and a year or possibly ten I { vaguely-worded sections which do not set specific, standards, and has proven race is a deliberate_ attempt to confuse delude and, stampede vot.I .
years or more. However, is it EDITOR, Sun: It is inter
like I
=-! time again.record.It was a not time to begin? esting to note that as the city ineffective in stopping the spread of sub-standard housing in Gainesville. ers. Since 1954. in ependnon-artis.ancivk groups have*sought passageof

broken : MILDRED H. HARDYPinPointing commission election nears, a modem housing code with provisions for effective enforcement. In January
I Two cases in point were the
changes have occured in campaign 3. The dangerous buildings ordinance locks the procedural! safeguards 1958 the Commission promised action on a housing code bv Sept.

rezoning of the station SAE and property the methods of some candi: provided for all citizens in the proposed code. This "existing" ordinance1959.. Preparation of the code now under consideration was authorized by the / ,.
for a filling .
raising of the sewer assess- dates. which epponents of the proposed code speak of so fondly-does not reCommission in July, 1962. and was referred to the Plan Board by the City '_
For example, as the campaigns -
:! ments in West Gainesville to [ The'OldGuard'EDITOR began it was chic to quire any advance notice inspections; and its provisions for appeal, review Manager. The proposed code .is no new matter but something long sought, ",- ,

: $3 per foot from the $2 that I be endorsed by CAA, a political and variance ore much less specific. But it does provide for the Cty to.make and long under study. .: :
:. had .been suggested by the Sun: I was astounded I science experimental .1

city engineer. On this latter when city commission bloc. Now, however, the total I ,.,
and i date Arnold
=: even Issue,remember Dr. Andrews how he doesn't voted. was c asked who the "0 Butt I d domination elective offices of by Gainesville's CAA has j. Citizens of Gainesville, do not be misled. I If you want all citizens to have opportunity for decent ... :...

=,! It's incredible, but that's what guard" is. I could not imaginewho been exposed, so, they have housing through. the efforts of our own community, support the enactment of the proposed -
in Gainesville would not
he said at Gainesville High .
done an about-face they no
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know how to the "old '
identify -
School. longer deny their purpose in housing code. I
Not to guard." 'finally concluded it .., .--
only are they trying the coming city election: -
: icare us with 'a boogyman, must be a newcomer and I decided The chameleon in changing

: the CAA, but they are tryingto to try to explain who the color has not really changed

raise the spectre of the city "old guard" is. from the CAA dominated ; The Citizens' Housing Association 'of Gainesville, Int.a I

: government putting poor pro- The "old guard" are those puppets, for both :Mr. South- 4 .

perty owners out in the streets citizens who believe that erland and :Mr. Turlington, -'
Vfi,, Richard H. Hiers, President : 1
Gainesville is still farming .' -
by applying the ,enforcement a members of CAA and city .. .
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new city code. This is sheer property owner should be able !t openly campaigning for Winn (Paid advertisement)

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ed to Gainesville Police during in the 1000 block of W. Univer- NW 5th Ave., struck a utility
). the last 48 hours: sity Avenue. at 1:36 p.m. yes pole in the 600 block of NW ;
6th Avenue at 4:45
terday. a.m. yes-
-William F. Sullivan 1010 W.
University Ave., and Elizabeth Judith G. Beasley 910 NW terday.
Charles R. Noegel Starke ForI,59S-we can deliver 1964 Volkswagen to yo*.
\,. S. Jay Cedar Key in the 1200 17th Ave., and George A. t
and Charles John Osborne, Co _
block of W. University Avenue Wolfe, Box 13433 University _
in the G. C. Murphy coa, in the 1700 block of NE
t It 3:45 p.m. yesterday. Station .4
\' :.Richard E. Higgenbotham.I Parking Lot at 12:01 p.m. yes- 39th Avenue at 2:30 a.m. yes- rx.
"Jacksonville and Philip E. terday. terday. r'rwr '" rr ...
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I Ii F i I 13th St., and Robrt Holtzman
7786 Graham Area, Universityof
i, Florida, at SE 4th Avenue For$1,964 we can deliver you to the Volkswagen.Meet .

J'BEEF!!! and 7th Street at 5:59 p.m. Fri. ,

I day.Barbara Gans Gallant, 1005A your new Volkswagen in Munich end get to know: one
SW 8th Ave., and an unidenti- another on a 15 day tour of Germany,Austria,Switzerland and
fied driver at SW 10th Street Liechtenstein.""soli yours for *l,964.The car the carfare(round
I. ", At BIG SAVINGS direct from BARTON'S RANCH. and 4th Avenue at 5:20: p.m. trip via Lufthansa jet), hotels, meals tips and guides.The tour
Friday. runs from May Uth thru May 25th.If you'd like five more days
,\ Round, CIUb6911 I ROAST42,-. Nancy Bean Watson, 2270 NE L T onyour own,we'll keep a free seat for you-'..on.....a--04.later.,flight.........,.(
,1' SyI lb. lb. 11th St., and Edwin,Crosby, Archer y J.& -for complete dttafli s.nd this coupon tot---"
in the University City
Plate Bank parking lot at 5:05: p.m. Major 1030 East University Are.Phone .
f STEAK/5 lb. RIB 35' National Guard captain and Dr. Elliott F. Ellis, center, had a major's leaf Nome
Charges pinned to each shoulder last .week. He. was promoted after serving about six
I 1 James William Massey 22, months battalion surgeon in the 1st Battalion 187th Armor, stationed in Lake Address '
; 240 S. Main St., was arrested by City. The local Guard unit is part of the battalion. With Ellis is 1st Lt. Fred I City voce -Stote.., ..

BEEF BY THE HALF . 38 lb. city police in the 400 block of I Smith left, general medical officer, and 1st Lt. James McCauley, medical ad-.. *.fcUn MU*._4 U.,tO.it M 4L.M Mtt Ml.t t_>UUI: :MuMM: CHUM.*..<*..................
NW 6th Street at 3:05: p.m. yesterday ..ministrative officer. All work at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. Ellis is a former
I and _charged_ with drive Air Force doctor. (Sun Photo by Harold Rummel)
We will for for 6c
p' cut up your Deepfreeze Per Pound ing while intoxicated.
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1 "' .. Tax Forgery Allegation : pie Thieves SpoilKids'
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-I ; i May Revive Baker HearingWASHINGTON conclusion is that additional Big Day
" t; '" laws and rules are needed to
"prohibit or restrict such activities CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) -
(AP) -Republicans returns. Baker resigned Oct.. 7 I
be for the
ThreatEases and conduct. It was to a big day
t, have fired some new as secretary to the Senate'sDemocratic Witnesses Republicans still wee folk.
f. life into the Bobby Baker investigation majority after allegations -
want to have include
pulling it back from of conflict of interestIn questioned Only once a year do the little
Walter Jenkins, aide of President off from school to
death's door. McLendon's secret report ones get
\ GOP members of the Senate recommending that the bearings Johnson, and Matthew Mc- march down Euclid Avenue in

r k Rules Committee unveiled a be wrapped up-made public by I Closkey, a Philadelphia contractor the St.. Patrick's Day parade.But .
I and Democratic
sworn statement by an account Sen. Carl T. Curtis, R-Neb. Party fund have silenced
raiser who burglars
By The ASSOCIATED PRESS ant that his name had been the counsel told the committeethe recently resigned as sessions of "Danny
4 Ambassador to Ireland. practice
., The muddy, overflowing Ohio 4N forged to some of Baker's tax inquiry had revealed "im The committee will meet Boy" and "Wearing 0' the
River relaxed its assault on four returns. proprieties of the grossest char- Green" for the member band,
states Saturday, though it might acter." again Tuesday.
The disclosure came as the whose.members are orphans or
take another week before its .'I". committee's special counsel, I The evidence, he said, ,,'ouldjustify Egg Market from broken homes.
flood threat is eased along the .
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",,' ',. L. P. McLendon, was recom- a finding of "conditions
lower reaches.An ';?''".,:.,<.".f+/:> .... mending in a closed session Fri- which have made possible a JACKSONVILLE AP) The .
air of optimism among : / 'v, day that the hearings be end- multitude of acts by some of the Northeast Florida Egg Market' the band room at Parmadale

t river towns was reflected at ed and a report drafted. officers and employes of the prices to retailers: Children's Village of St-Vinceht.:

\ I Evansville, Ind., where a disaster ry7r Republicans, opposing the Senate, which acts are Incompatible Extra large 45H-47,mostly 46-. de Paul in suburban Parma

I center was closed. Only one move, demanded that more wit- with the responsibilitiesof 47;' large 42-<<, mostly 43; were.8 saxophones, 2 clarinets,
\i call for evacuation was nesses be called and that Inter- the Senate, violative of the medium 38-41, mostly.40; small.
received. A flood- ; nal Revenue officials be e trombones trumpets.
54-foot-high ques- generally accepted standards of 3435; mostly 34.
wall protects the city. '. tiond about the handling of the official conduct rightfully expected Poultry at farms: fryers. 14; Without them the band!cannot

former Senate aide's income tax by the American peo-, hens light 67. play-. _
The Red Cross said in Cincinnati .

1 that the flood damaged or ...: .... '..-i-I """ :- I
destroyed the homes of 20,433 -
Aft <
I families in Indiana, Kentucky,, .sa r.. ,'.
Ohio and West Virginia.All t9 jJ.".: 0: .

affected told to 110,000 some persons degree were; 11 Show Me The Road. .

perished and damage might run a \ a a\s$ i 3

1 close to $100 million. But U.s. Travelers ,of State Road 344 to Hart Springs on the Suwannee River have
Army Engineers said flood control been singing waterlogged "Show Me the Way to Go Home" for about a week.
t measures saved at least, Rising waters of the river have covered about two miles of the road and 'State ,. :
$290 million in damages and re' Road Dept. barricades have closed off the submerged sector. (Sun photo by Eddie a ae a \ ro
duced flood crests from 2 to 10.5 Davis.)'
feet between Pittsburgh and

:CJncJnnati. three times that much. Wheeling, W. Va.-The river ever, backwater from ditches A.c tC R$. 't ; i@YF' .. ? .\.
<.- 'Uncle Sam stood ready to help Light rain fell Saturday the was falling all along West Vir and creeks was on the rise in k Ay "' '
flood sufferers along the 981 middle Ohio Valley but at worst ginia's western border. It was numerous suburbs outside the
i mile Ohio, a key avenue of was expected to do nothingmore only 3.8 feet above flood stageat wall. Some families hoped to return -
transportation for the country's than delay the fall of the Parkersburg and 4.4 feet at home Sunday or Monday at
midland. river. Rain totaling one inch or Huntington, due to drop below West Point, where all except 100
President Johnson and the more was expected In some the danger level Monday. of the 2,300 population had to
governors of five states flew before cooler weather leave home.Evansville.
over the flood Cincinnati At 64.5 feet; :
area Friday.
Then the President announced moved in. should be back to the 52-foot Ind. -Nearby f?

federal help was available. This was the flood situation: flood level next Thursday; some Rockport, Ind., was cut off from

Kentucky asked for $4.2 mil Pittsburgh-The Ohio was,2.6 flooded business houses reopened -the rest of Indiana. Across the.

lion, the estimate needed to re feet below flood stage. A slight at nearby Aurora, Ind. river, Owensboro and Render ti OY.a: C r
and in
pair public facilities. Gov. Ed- rise was forecast because of an Louisville-17.5 feet over flood son, Ky., were high dry .
ward T. Breathitt said damage overflowing tributary but not stage but the main city area their main areas with some ,

to private property would run enough to cause flooding again. was safe behind floodwall. How flooding in suburbs. L K,
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4 ,.: Memorial Unveiled j r With TheBoys i ii iI t Eight Avalanche Skiers Traps !

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p wtny?e s : ;- An avalanche of snow cas-
..g q i.f i k. Pi caded down a mountain ski trail
': i!Saturday trapping eight skiers
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yl t ; Rescuers freed three skiers \ IJ
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lanche, but five others were GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
W ; I- Crafts i i.is open Junior and senor high'\still under the snow.A l'j McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
,. ,school boys who wish to learn and
Tuesday :afternoons are busy; helicopter joined police I
I in this field from, '
with boys making useful leather more( qualified mountain guides in the search I
I items under the skillful eye of,!!! instructors. Members of the on the little used trail near the! 13th PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13th ST.
1 ''Tondelayo,. an Apache Indian.: Gainesville Engineers Club crest of Lessieres Peak at an! McCOLLUM, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY
Boys' Club members are. )learning -j I serve as instructors. altitude of 9,300 feet. .1 I
to make moccasins and!! I
.r ;. I leather'vests just as the Apaches 1 I : DOLLARDAYS J
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j, ,' ,.':, .;. '." 4tif.: : ,made themmany'ears; ago.Asi I, I,
: '. "' '2 :: 'the boys work, records .
., : : 1' ., are played '
J. ';>>Y. ;/ < of Indian dances and songs, 1
.,r knp Y.:.: .and Tondelayo relates many Indian -:

f ;iti. ilH stories Pen!of the Pal past.Club I TTPI

; I, I SALE! I
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:' : 44 '!'fj1Ff'if/'fj-.?' [ Games Room Director, invitesall i
.f1 ;: .' -A., t.... members to join the Pen'I
II Mr # ':6.? ;'' ; !;fir:. ';.f ;;. ? See REXALL'S ADIN
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from all over the world-
The late Dr. William G. Cowperthwaite's family looked on yesterday; as the I
I : Florida Department of Agriculture dedicated its Division of Plant Industry's Story Hour j
office"""and laboratory facilities in Winter Haven to his memory. Dr. Cowper- TODAY'SFOUNTAIN $:;f \
Story Hour has been moved i
: thwaite was among 10 persons killed in a Gainesville plane crash. Looking on,
from left, are his son, Robert, 15; his widow; daughter Ann, 11; and son 'Stephen to Saturdays at 10:30: and is now':I
.. 14. Unveiling his portrait is ,Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner. open to boys all ages. Studentsin
About 12.; persons including State Treasurer Ed Larson Comptroller Ray the School of. Education at I FEATURE
e "Green. Dr. Marshall Watkins,-'director the agricultural Extension Service at the University. tell selected
: the"UF, and UF agricultural provost E. T. York attended-the ceremonies.. stories and also show movies to
illustrate their stories. All '
--- -- -- boysare :
urged to attend the next I BARBQPORK
Collection for Boys' Ranch Story Hour session.
Physical FitnessIn
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who has been a symbol of sports-i
manship and physical fitness f
..c'' for the past century, a medal j PORK SHOULDER, SERVED
r I(will be presented each week to Sound investment Qi WITH: CRISP COLE SLAW -
the .most'outstanding boy in the J makes your savings 4 9I W 1. 11Y
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program. 00'
4i safe hereCUARANTY
j : ; Woodshop I I F COFFEE, TEA OR COKE $1
.. Boys are busy making midget I I FRUIT JELLO
V racers for the big race Tuesday I
April 7. All material is
o. available in the woodshop. I FEDERAL I SAYINGS II

... I Girls'Night I.I.I I $1.50 ADORN $1 I
i 0 Over 190 girls are now taking! & Loan Associationof
part in the special Girl's Night
(o) I program' each Monday night 71, Gainesville
to 9. Classes are offered in ba:
Ire ton, dancing, roller skating, and i 220 NORTH MAIN STREET PH. FR 2-8495 i iI
; AST arts and crafts.Electronics. Free Parking In Rear Drive-in Window"A I 1
ygp @i: ylP f Electricity II $1
Members of the Boys' Club! and Supervised by I
A Electronics and Electricity program -I the' United States Government"Each ROLLERS 2 for
ii are now in their final;j Account Insured Up To $10,000.

: Alnchua County Sheriff Joe Crevasse accepts a check from Gainesville fireman -
: Wayne Bloodsworth as part of a statewide fundraising drive by the Florida 98C Rexall Aerosol
State Firemen's Association to build a fire station and buy fire equipment for the
'J, : Florida Sheriff's Association's Boys Ranch. The fire station will be built within AT LAST! NYLON ONLY SHAVE CREAM 2/
: "the next few months. Looking on are fireman Paul Brock, left,, and Jimmy .
Powell. .

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I Exhibit Slated at UF I Arts holds at the the B.F.A.University." degree from He I CARPET LUXURY 7 sq.yfl. $1.50 Loving Care $

An exhibition of sculpture injril 3 in the University of Flori-!Ohio University. | I
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I f City Officials Seeks Divorce Says Latins Still Taught SubversionMIAMI I

Hear Pitch William du Pont Jr.,, scion of a (AP) A ,steady ly subversive outbreaks in Lat- thousands. The principal school,
z M'ya. giant chemical company, says stream of Latin Americans con- in American countries as a re- he said, is at Minas del Fria.
t4 yX S e, his wife,former Wimbledon ten- tinues to train in Cuba in tacticsof sult of the training. Oriente Province.If .
By PoliticosM 4 S'q nis champion Margaret Osborneis
subversion and
Jer sabotage, a "Venezuela_ is a principal objective -
in Reno to get a divorce.
Candidates for of Cuban government official who *' '
governor Escarpa said.
_The Du Fonts were married you are looking for a'nice
Florida made a major pitch Sat defected said
Saturday. for little"Mary"
healthy pet
Nov. 26, 1947. It her first
urday for the support of city officials [1 was Escarpa,wno arrived recently
check "Pets" in, to
from throughout the marriage and the second for The informant,Manuel Escarpa' by small boat from Cuba, Classified. There a
Du Pont. They are parents of a day's :are
state. t 30, whose last governmentpost said the number of Latin Americans
: son and Du Pont has two daughters number of cute kittens ajjd puppy's -
Mayors, city and two sons by the first was with the Agrarian Re- training in subversion is in home."
who want a
and other local officials who are :F ....
their marriage. form Institution, predicted ear the hundreds and perhaps
often political powers on -
home grounds were bunched up -&- I
at Orlando for a League of Municipalities Americana
meeting,and most of
the candidates for gover- If the voters don't turn out r .
nor bunched up right along with 4.. for Tuesday's election it won'tbe 1
them. the fault of the League of Wed. Nmn
Won. Tues.
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack Women voters. With a 1928 ,

sonville told the city officials :J Model A Ford for a prop, Mrs. '521 N.W. 13th Stre \
that he as governor would seek .0 4 y+ +r 4"'f y Warren Menke (left) and Mrs.
to give municipalities greater
\ powers of self government. 4 Charlie Whitney, League mem-

Cities he said "must have bers, make a pitch to get out the a ".. ,' E .
regulatory powers beyond the vote. SCOTTTOILET\. ....sirte .
city limits to protect against air .
and stream pollution and have 0' "
I control of wells to protect and ,::R'* ''

control Sen. Scott water Kelly sources.of Lakeland" ICot1issue! .
gp eth47itked ,Roll
a former mayor, pledged to the ..
city officials to organize a state
department of municipal af I''o SNE !! TISSUE
said he strongly I 0 0''
' fairs. He was .
to federal urban affairs rlutnUEllu ETt sTUI
opposed but felt that (LIMIT: 2, With Your $3, or More, Food Order, Please)
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Fred Karl of Daytona Beach "MAXWELL HOUSE"INSTANT
took advantage of his visit with
the municipal officials to also _
f. open his Orange County campaign : = *. C
,I headquarters in Orlando. 4 AluxufA NecAluw# Cw&e&d/ :? .
He told a group of his supporters -jar
"I am confident that I will S k AAIr 1 ,
be Florida's next governor." COFFEE
Fred O. Dickinson of West d fJ'
Palm Beach told the city officials
that a bond issue of $300 :<.., f (LIMIT: One, With Ypur $3, or More, Food Order, Please)
million to $345 million should be
authorized to build primary
highways in cities and counties.He "MARCAL"FACIAL"
said it could be backed by
the seventh cent of the state
gasoline tax. VARIETYPAK CinnamonBUNS
The revenue from this penny. .
per-gallon part of the seven-
cents per gallon gasoline levy
now is spent by counties for TISSUE-
highway rights of way and other .
purposes.Sen. PKG. Of6 --.
John Mathews of Jacksonville PKG. OF 10 PKG. OF 400 =.
issued what he called a Rustproof! .: -
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platform. The program outlinedin Leakproof! <

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agriculture and so on. The natural "Swing-Balance"
Miami Mayor Robert King cover always stays closed .
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in banks for which no inter-
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I Terrorist Bombs

\ ; .It BUSINESS MARKET Engineers GatherCharles BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) -

REPORT Terrorist bombs exploded in

scattered Colombian cities Fri-

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Wn From Good to Better HereAlachua r s'

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By JACK LEFLER Department survey indicated to 1,747,185 against 1,621,099 at County sales tax collections RAYSHRUBBERY
AI> Business News Writer that manufacturing and trading this time last year. in February more than 4,. 4
in- Steel output ran into a minor r I
businesses expect sales to
matched the big rise over 20 T-
NEw YORK (AP-The busi-
crease 6 per cent this year. setback during the week for the cent statewide
ness:outlook took on a rosier The automobile business went first time in 10 weeks. Mills produced per 1
hue Curing the week.It ahead with high production asifIt 2,312,000 tons of ingots, during the same month. _
;i Already was good but;nest hadn't heard any indicationthat off about 1 per cent from the Collections here were $197,450, '

estimates and reports enhancedit. softness might develop in previous week.However compared to a total of $152,640in ,al My WITH,
j sales. It turned out an estimated demand for steel re- February, 1963. R+f i ia t 1.
164,700 passenger cars during mained strong and industry
The stock market took 'note te week, up from 161,536 the sources expected gains in pro Statewide figures are less dra- lOlL \
and advanced to a series of his previous week and 151,140 a duction and shipments this matic. L Ya. ; :

toric*,,highs. year ago. month and probably through Over the entire state, Febru '

The major developments: Assemblies for the year rose April. ary collections were $20.8 million '

r 4 prediction compared to $16.3 million +,1:; :' .> h.n I ,. MULSIOP4.
t h a.t business in 1963. 5

will increase its Week NEW,YORK TIMES MARKET,AVERAGES, MARCH 13 The statewide during /TO )
!c) New York Time
inveStment.in: and EnBusiness. High Low Close Net Chg. february was mirrored in al- Ruebel, outgoing president of the Northeastern Florida senior chapterof .INSECTS & RED SPIDER

new 'plant 2S Roils . 133.91 132,61 132.90 Off .32 most every county in the state. the American Institute of Industrial Engineers, introduced new president C. ,

equipment 10 cent this b.y 25 Industrials 818.04 807.26 812.93 Up .30 levy was the only county in R. Casper, of Palatka, at right, at Friday's meeting here. Dr. John B. Fink, i
per 50 Stocks . 475.97 469.93 472.91 Off .01 this area to show a decrease left, of the department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Floridawas \

yearA survey 16,360, down to $15,656. speaker at the meeting. The chapter includes members from 28 Florida

indicated that consumer, confidence In other area counties: counties and 10 Georgia counties. Other new officers are W. Thompson, vice

reached a seven year STOCK Bradford, $12,736 to $17,174. president, of Jacksonville; E. Guillory, secretary, Palatka; W. Grizzell, treasurer,
peak ,in the past three months. FLASHED Clay, $12,815 to $16,416. Gainesville; and directors E. Bowman and P. Hastings, also of Gaiensville.
MARKETBy Columbia, $33,904 to $50,182.
Manufacturers expect a ----- ------ b\ )....
rise in sales -Dixie, $5,305 to $5,452. ... \ :,
June.steady through' ED MORSE since when the 30.6 week million ended shares Jan. 18 -- Marion Gilchrist$148,318, $3,561 to to 181522.$5,093. Engineer Exhibit Winners \ -''''$ "'-;; #f'JJ

-Retail sales in February increased NEW YORK (APThe changed hands. ..
Putnam, $53,489 to $67,042.
1 per cent over January -amazing 1964 stock market The Associated Press aver- Union, $2,747 to $3,277. Members of the student chap. nual Engineer's Fair here last neers for displaying scale farm FOR FREE ESTIMATE CAUACHtMKALCOMUXY

and 4 per cent over a year rise strung out its list of weekly age of 60 stocks rose 2.9 to a ter of the American Institute of night. machine models and a horse- i I.:,' n.@jlD@c'i '. ,
earlier. advances to six straight last
new closing record of 302.0. Industrial Engineers first power testing machine.An < .
won "
demonstration L- .
The exhibit 'il'
Secretary of Commerce Lu- week. was a D
individual award
of the was given -
strongest rally
place for their exhibit
in the
ther H. Hodges said business Market averages once more week was on Wednesday when I using computer technologyto Jim Olenbaum for a short Q OG34RQ .
capital spending was expectedto were boosted to .their highest volume surged to 6.21 million the NewsBy University of Florida's 19th an- control industrial systems and wave radio exhibit. The second
hit a total of $43.2 billion this biological processes. The orga-
levels in history. place award is $10. Third place
shares since Jan. 16.
: billion from 1963. highest nization received $50 and a 20 N.W.16th Ave.
year, up $4 went to Haas for I
Roger a studyof
I But the advance, again, was Most brokers and traders credo THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Groucho WinsClassified
This than double the trophy.
was more I vibrations in satellites. FR 62661rvLISS
irregular. As profits were tak- ited the tax cut and its multi-
increase from 1962 to 1963. It
en on previously strong groups, plying effect on sales, profits BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. Gerald Hennigan won the top
will be the third consecutiveyear
other sections of the list movedin and credit, for the bullish feel (AP)The Distinguished Citizen Prize individual prize of $25 for his
that business investmenthas ,
Award of the Association of .' $*
to the spotlight. ing. mural depicting "The Spheresof
risen. Newspaper Classified Advertis- BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. 'I. Civil Engineering." F, *i-v> C .
Analysts who expected the stock actions friV
Hodges said the income tax Sample :
ing Managers annually to AP
goes Groucho
( ) Marx Friday
cut was a factor in the plans of market to sell off when the General Motors, "biggest" someone who launched an outstanding Second prize for an exhibit
businessmen to boost their Dow Jones industrial average stock on the board, rose 2% to career by answering a got a bronze plaque as big as went to the American Society of VV \ >\fx <
spending. reached the "magic" 800 level 84US. Steel gained 2%, classified ad. three of his cigar boxes because Civil Engineers for its model of ..: r't' 3rxy

Business Investment is considered saw the indicator rise 10.19 this Crucible Steel 2V4, Bethlehem This year's winner, receivinga he had answered a classi--the Cross Florida Barge Canal, 3Oi'.L

a major indicator of the week to a new closing peak of 2..Control Data sank 6% to bronze plaque in Beverly fied ad in 1905. a layout and working model of

economy's course because it 816.22.It 60%...G e n era 1 Electric rose Hills, Calif., recalled the 1905 ad the proposed route and locationof :44S .\
creates new jobs.A was a substantial gain but 3'A. in the old New York"World that The Distinguished Citizen locks, dams and reservoirs.: :,
University of Michigan survey -the over-all market showed onlya Bond prices continued to slip made the big difference in his Award of the Association of The student group was awarded'

disclosed that consumersare moderate margin of gainersover during the week in sluggish life. It read: "Boy singer wanted Newspaper Classified Advertising $20. fl1aa
in a mood for spending. Au- losers the 778 for Managers (ANCAM) annually -
score being trading. star vaudeville act. Third prize for an exhibit was
tomobiles may be a possible ex- to 562 among the 1,509 issues Trading in corporates was Room, board, $4 week. Apply launched goes to someone who awarded the chapter of American rL1LLi1. :
ception. traded. slow, totaling $48,733,000 par in person." an outstanding career Society of Agricultural Engi- :
The university survey re- Volume swelled to 28,204,421 value on the New York Stock "Boy singer" Groucho Marx by answering a classified ad. b

search center's index of con- shares from 26,048,470 the pre- Exchange. The previous week got the job, launching him on The 1905 ad-which ran in the MORTGAGE MONEY afrh

sumer sentiment rose to 99.0 in vious week. It was the largest volume was $53.11 million. his 59-year show business ca old New York World and which 5'/2% INTEREST j37 .
Januarv-Febuarv compared
reer. started Groucho on his 59-year t.
with 96.9 last November.The .
show business
career-read: CALL .
study called the income "Boy singer wanted for star, DAN BYRD
tax cut "a positive factor." Wallace Expected WASHINGTON (AP) The vaudeville act. Room, board, $4 825 N.W.13th STREETPH.
However, the report said that old soldier, who says his kind week. Apply in person." FR 22511MONEY !: s 5.i y
last January} consumers' plansto ;
just fade away, received an un-
buy! automobiles were lower expected visit Friday from uerr'9 s?
than ,a year earlier. Orderenrollment President
Integration r
rt t P : h'
"The new data suggest that w V tl y w'y' ,
Johnson stayed 30 minutes
the automobile market
may receive with Douglas A. MacArthur, 84, pAYM
; a smaller share of the MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP- of Negroes in previously at Walter Reed Army Medical W H i ORE
consumer dollar in 1964 than it Gov. George C. Wallace says all-white schools. Center in Washington where Hurry get your
did in 1962 and 1963," the report the Justice Department's re- ,
the five-star General of the
2. Rule that the state's school-
added. quest for a statewide school desegregation GET
placement law is illegally administered Army is recuperating from a
Thei Commerce
Department order was expected.But in by
gall bladder operation. MacAr-
because, the Justice money ,
said :a survey indicated that he said he believes Alabama
Department said, local boardsuse was reported doing fine
sales by manufacturers would will continue to have segregated
but there was no word when he
increase $2.1 billion in thetfirs racial criteria in enforcingthe
half of this year. law. could leave the hospital fort the 20th. Earn

Durable "They have done only whatwe I e
goods producers expect -V
3. Prohibit the
their sales to rise from expected them to," he said ing tuition grants state to white from giv-pu- CHARLESTON No Unnecessary Middleman from the 1st.
$55.3 Jillion in the last quarterof Friday. "But I think we are go- W.Va. (AP) profits
pils who attend private schools Low Overhead Modest Profits
1903 to $55.9 billion in the Current Ing to have segregation in the -Lady Bird Johnson, the nation's
Quarter and to $56.4 billionin public schools in Alabama as rather than go to public schools. First Lady, will visit I Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry

the second quarter. they have in most states in the West Virginia within the next First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service A little delay may leave you

Retail sales in February rose union..I see where they aremarching Crippled Child few months, says the state's REDWOOD STAIN. OIL BASE

to $B.S billion. A CommerceOFFICE II in New York." governor, W.W. Barron. HOUSE PAINT ,. r waiting at the dock for
Barron said in Charleston that 8IAVT1fUI. .. CONTAINS THtfl "
Wallace's statements at a Dies Mother UIIW'CIOIt' COLOa MILDEW INHItlTOMia
.- news conference came after the ; President Johnson had assured .PUMANEwr..ECAY: j rtiuiMt ovtt o your dividends. Visit us now, or
: him of Mrs. Johnson's dur- IIIIIIUNT ETA N Ot AJKT
: KISER'S Justice Department had asked Held trip .IXCIU8fI'woo IILfNDaYATM asANINO.c .
a'three-judge federal court to for BeatingNEW ing the President's flying tour UP TO 4M sa.fT. save by mail if it's easier.
EQUIPMENT of the flood-stricken Ohio River I : aaanw.M 'or covuuct
require Alabama to desegregateits Pre GALLON
system. roe woos
04 North Main Street Elizabeth Pappolla, 7, is dead, ENe = .
The Justice in II LIGm.a a1i.. ..a.v M*VSI OM fXTtltO -
Files, Files. and the mother .5
,; Files and her boyfriend 5- IYENTVU ETC WOO{.METAL 01 First federalsavings
addition to statewide SUIFACUJXSL.
desegregation are charged with beating' BILLINGS, Mont. (AP-Sen. MASONU
46 Files in stock all
-new. Letter & Le al. asked the court to: the child off and on for the past Edward Kennedy, D Mass., 5491 FREE $$98 WL FREEPA & loan association
As Low As $49.50 1. Enjoin Wallace from inter- two weeks. spent a good deal of time with 2nd
:CoJI FR 2-9607 fering with court-ordered deseg- Elizabeth of Gainesville
suffering from the younger set during his two- ----
:For Free Delivery regation anywhere in Alabama.In muscular dystrophy, a progressive day speaking tour of Montana. I-I :BI IoWooIIfL ff EW SAYINGS

Sjles- Ssrvics-RantaU the past the governor has weakening of the muscles,i The senator, 32, addressed a I WAN MSUIANCZ COtfOIATION
used state troopers to delay the died Friday in Brooklyn's Methodist -: school audience tS 'l FEDERAL HOMI LOAN BANK TOTtM

Hospital. Ia. I NTS 249 W. CNlYttHTY AYL AT 3KO
The mother, Florence Papolla, ing with youngsters,.attended a : N.W.13TH ST.AND 6TH AYE.MWA .
8th Ave. Phone 376-7588 "
501 N.W. Gainesville,
trout dinner :: 156-7551
32, brought her there Thursday given by college
STOREWIDEPrelnventory night and told attendants: "She students, and was given a wild
fell off her crutches. She Is al- reception in a Billings, Mont,
ways falling off her crutches." hotel where tournament basketball -

Examination of the child, au- players were staying.
thorities said, disclosed a skull] MACHINES ARE TWO OR MORE

fracture and bruises over mostof HELENA, Mont. (AP-Rep.
her body. Police quoted Mrs. Graham Purcell D-Tex., gets
Pappolla and her friend, John where be's going, even if it i ia is

Koltosky, 26, as saying they "en bit round-about.
P A I N T joyed beating" the girl The Purcell went to Helena to address PARTS .

famous woman and Koltosky were the Montana governor's
charged with homicide. annual prayer meeting. He left
WA'LLHIDE ALKYD FLAT Washington in a commercial airliner -

Beat'5o111II landed in Dallas, took a TWIN TICKETS ARE TWO OR
INTERIOR car,to Fort Worth, flew to Den-
WALL PAINT 225 ver by commercial airliner,

: Clean-Up Priced at gal. 60c quart Pilot's Routine switched to an Air Force jet
that brought him to Great Falls,
25 225 BASE, Calif. (AP) Streakingfour signed to the governor took himto
CEMENT PAINT .. ... pail
... .. .... times the speed of soundin Helena.

an X15 rocket ship has be-
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11-1I'H ay.The Electrical I
DDS & ENDS veteran test pilot rocketed !i

"AIICREDITTake 3,239 miles an hour Fridayand i

months to pay SAVE UP TO 75% 76,000 hit feet.Friday's a maximum altitude of Motors Installed I JIM RICHARDSONYOUR

flight was additional Residential Commercial

\I" ". Ii Ii .. research on the effect of the Industrial'
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Oldest Patient She became the oldest personto
be operated on in a British al '
Republicans Balk I SOUTHAMPTON, Eng. (AP) hospital Friday when surgeons
-.Mrs. Mary Wakeford sat up pinned together her left thigh l ., .
in her hospital bed Saturday recovering -bone, broken in a fall a week ....... .
from surgery- at the ago. The operation .took two I .- '
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(AP) Sen. Neither myself nor any mem call more witnesses, staved off, PROFESSIONAL bAW1rc ::
Carl T. Curtis, R-Neb., released ber of any' staff, as far as I at least until next Tuesday, a Pruitiitfl TrM Feeding Transplanting x .
Saturday evidence which he know, has ever been pressuredor showdown vote between the ..Dtmouini Cavity Work .. Tree Bracing Removal .. Cablinf Spray: ;"g R t
says proves that the Senate ordered in any way to stop committee's six Democraticand FREE ESTIMATES It's Fun To Combine
Rules Committee's Democratic this hearing." three Republican memberson Business
:a With .
chairman was ready to an- Curtis and his two GOP colleagues the future of the inquiry.The daeitCt tL P .' :.
nounce Friday a 6-3 vote endingthe on the committee committee Democratswant \ r :
Bobby Baker probe, but sprang a surprise at Friday's .
to bring' the inquiry to a qM E A[ t 1AT1
was balked by Republican stormy closed meeting when
close and start writing a final 20 N.W. 16th AVENUE PHONE 376-2661
members. they introduced an accountant'ssworn report of findings. Catcr
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statement that his name .
Earlier in the day Curtis had -.II
charged that the chairman, had been forged to some of Thou h ulnf; 1' :
Sen.,B. Everett Jordan, D-N.C., Baker's income tax returns. Help Rid the City At Easter ;
under The consequent row, and the
was orders to stop the .fie.. .
politically GOP demands for the right to Remember WithA .. "l=
explosive hearingson
"CO 0
the business affairs of Baker of Government by
resigned secretary to the wryr WORLD BIBLECHESNUT :Easter: holds a special .
Senate's Democratic majority."Sen. Saw Him Fly I message for each
of us.And you'll find
Jordan is a fine man," Before Crash EXPERIMENTATIONReElect the Easter message .-
Curtis' statement said. "He had you want to send in ..
a tough job to carry out the or- OAKMAN, Ala. (AP) "We the beautiful and
ders to stop the hearings." Curtis stood in the front door and OFFICEEQUIPMENT expressive range of : -
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14A Gainesville Sun Sunday March IS/ 17D


I I From the Campus to' the Campaign I 1 1II FLORIDA ENJOY FLORIDA Swimming LIVING IN Pool A I

"Earl Faircloth Wins in Close I ing an' Interest In politics only frequent visitor to Gainesvilleand
UF Grads Faircloth: Then and NoteVHUWUraBfcvuiM Presidential Race" headlined the after he returned to law schooL an active alumnus. Both by Rivers Construction Co.A .

student newspaper as the final' The current Attorney General are making intensive campaign
vote was tallied. married Marjorie Hiatt in 1950. efforts in the Gainesville area QUALITY POOL Backed by a

In Race For An institution initiated by She was a cheerleader at Florida and pointed toward UF gradu FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
Faircloth that Ives on today is State College for Women ates.

the student Traffic Court,I (now FSU)) and daughter of the As they contest for the Democratic 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
which acts all traffic and late Leland Hiatt UF alumni I
Atty. Gen. on nomination for attorney Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
: parking violations. director, who was instrumentalin general, regarded as the second NO, MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH

'. :* FRED LANE "Always a leader," reflectedthe Kynes to wear a Ga- most important' spot in Florida
By t Alligator after he had completed tor uniform instead ,of a Duke politics, both are looked to for
: Campus leadership at the his term "Faircloth is Blue Devil jersey.. future state leadership."They're EACH POOL YOU CET
of Florida often bas Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Hiring Board
University x A.x in great demand as 'a speaker I Although a member of Phi
been called the political incubator running for governor Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
N.. on many subjects in all -partsof i Delta Phi legal fraternity and -
for future state leaders.No Blue K right now, an authoritativesource Leaf Net
'if' the state. : Key president, y n e s
better example can be seen : : candidly indicated. "In
t1 While president, he was also maintained his .interest in ath- of he CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
than the current campaign forth ':" directly, course, hastily
student of the Univer- letics, serving as assistant coachof
office of attorney .general! 9 sity Manor housing unit. Then the freshman football team. added.. RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.

of. -Florida. h r.yfrcj' six feet, 200 pounds, Faircloth I. A Flavet resident Kynes ten Veterans of many campus escapades -
The candidates for nomination .w. 1909 EAST 5th STREET
was easily recognized by his years later'was 'to be elected Earl Faircloth and
In'ithe May 5 Democratic primary of the Al- different DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
wavy hair and sheepish grin. : president University Jimmy Kynes, so yetso
election and there ism { 622-7048 FLA.
umni their
Association. similar
;< now are fighting
''' ({' In 1945, he married the former
.Republican opponent are >''''!:'': {< I Faircloth like !j
> is battle each
former UF student body preside Wilma, Smith of Jackson, Miss. Kynes, a toughest against
; \ _. She was a charter member of
Faircloui and w -
it' Earl Jimmy waoBKn
Kyhes, once Fightin Gator football "UF3Law School; 1950 As Dade Legislator the UF chapter of Alpha Chi

each team got captain.his political start Kynes: Then and N 01VI. Omega member sorority.A of.Delta Theta Phi I MACHINES WEAR OUT! II

during collegiate days in Gaines-. legal fraternity, Faircloth, now
4J, also served as chairman 01
ville.William Earl Fair cloth, the Florida Blue Key Speakers' '

:Miami attorney and state legis- Bureau, telling the state about NEED YOUR HELP OUT!
lator, received his bachelor and its university in Gainesville.

law degrees at the 'University.Hg Faircloth spent two years ('39-

..was born in nearby Chief- *41) with the Army Corps of
land and a mild Levy County >rer;,, fez. Engineers in South America,
twang still accents his speech. o."K S" ; where he learned Spanish and BE. A NEW PART FOR $2.00

James Walter Kynes Jr. formerly ".,,. Portugese.He .
practiced law In his home-.
town of Marianna, and now has .'w.. gained his first legislative

offices in Ocala. He is the state's % 54 h. n { ernment experience Executive on the student Council gov-, OR GET ANEW START WITH
Incumbent his attorney appointment general to following the b KkN' >.g., where he quickly demonstrated ( ,I
rui effective manner.
position by Governor Far r i s \M
"Earl is one of the big talk
Bryant, whom he served as executive -
ers..a soft-spoken, capable ad-
assistant.He ministrator," said the
once said: "I like poli- C ,: I. tion under Faircloth's picture in

tics, but I'm not interested in ",*,,,.- V I the UF Hall of Fame section of JIM RICHARDSONCAPABLE
elective office; I'd prefer some- /''::4:;:"rtS< 'the Seminole yearbook.In .
thing like city manager." That : t:i ., ':. contrast Kynes' Hall of

was during Kynes' senior yearat UF Graduate, 1950 As Attorney Generalof Fame caption read, "GentlemanJim.
the University.Six ... big man in more ways
months later (1950)), the student government head, Fair- greatness at some time..Asa than one... he sets a standardfor
"friendly, personable" Kynes cloth today represents an urban football player, Kynes reachedhis all Florida men." COMPETENT QUALIFIED
squelched rumors that he wouldrun view which is tempered by his peak and stayed there all Kynes,'who most student con-
for student body presidentas small county birth and high afternoon against Georgia," temporaries "wouldn't have JOIN THE VOTING MACHINE TURNOUT
he signed a professional foot- school years in Chiefland, when stated the Gator coach, commenting picked for a politician under any
ball contract with the Saskat he was state president of the I on Kynes' performance. circumstances," was a rather
chewan Rough Riders of the Future Farmers of America : The Florida stalwart was run- reserved personality reflect-

Canadian League. ((1939)). 'ner-up for the Associated Press -
Successful but unhappy during On the other hand, Kynes, now nation's top lineman of the week -.T FURNKURi FURNITURE fUMOTURf 1URNrtURE FURNITURE (3 FURNITURE < >FURNlTUftl ($*?FURNITURE WRrr
his two years in pro football, 35, started towards his claimto award for his exhibition.
returned to Gainesvillefor M
fame from a different direct- Then 6-3, 206
pounds, Kynes
his law which was
degree stint ion. "Not a political type" dur drew fame for his "smashing Elegent French Provincial BedroomsA
interrupted by a two-year come to
I ing his undergraduate career, tackles. He was "the Gator
in the US Air Force. .
Kynes is most remembered for pivot-man, known for his un- S ;
Kynes was an undergraduatesenior his Florida Field dynamics as A wonted of i
and football captain dur- canny play-diagnosing ability, ett gads Etiagiszefeaed
a center, end and back. Number according to the Florida Alli- Jo the otocfol 1't of this lovely tad .
ing the same year (1949-50)) that described "a tanklikeman. appealing !amita Lee it bring mood of
40 was as UF
Faircloth was finishing law gator, student newspaper. gout tdxadoa into your life.Ihii new-wodd. .
school and serving as student Shaking off an injury jinx Juxnzy created from 1.1I old-wodd style of enduring .. ._ III
Although a member of the tenor h lighdr {deed, Make your '
iron >
body president. Kynes was an man, play- ea election now. n'y,t
Faircloth still is known for his Gator team which went 0-12, ing 51 minutes against Missis- a f
golden-tongued oratory which Florida's worst record ever, sippi and all 60 against Miami .
was his key to success on the "Bruis r" Kynes is most remembered a rarity under the old two- # i cw
campus. President of the Debate by fans for his platoon system. He led the teamin j L c..Barry :IIZ
Society and a member of "rough and tumble" efforts in total minutes played. U \ 2
Tau Kappa Alpha speech honor- downing Georgia, 21-7, duringthe Commenting on his senior III
the I
ary, Faircloth was a national 49 season, year as Gator captain, the Alli-
champion orator. several years. gator went on, "A likeable personality !
i f
Drafted for a second term as "Every man has a moment training. ,habits his excellent and: his(spirit football on) I In ) j 411 *

the and '
playing practice field" rr r'ra ., '
led the Gator team capably. b '

Following the Gator 4-5-1 sea-

son, Kynes played in the annual
Senior Bowl and Blue-Grey football ;..

r+ His "meanness on the field"

was balanced by his appearance,
"tall, blond... the square jaw in
his long, ruggedly handsomeface.
." '

R. w' '' pk'a Kynes was tapped for Florida
Y, Blue Key Leadership Honor Fra-
ternity shortly after the fabled 4t1Be4 $21900V rr

t Georgia victory. In law school >
k; > ast i + Peaidkoee a '
he was elected president of this L1t' (Night Stands extra, each p
much-respected group. tft ( extra S 2t DOWN ..
.IkuocdWinMooctMIciccEITHER .4
999.95 $1! MONTH
As an undergraduate, Kyneswas

:' *" ; a member of Kappa Alpha OF THESE GROUPS IS AN EXCELLENT VALUE fi
\ fraternity, the Insurance Society, -L
F Club and Resident Hall Assoc '.J.r 6-dswct Double Drcuer .
ciation. The public administration > $17995 ;
+ l medW.n..UoaDc f+ismot
major played one seasonof i $15 DOWN
baseball ('48-M9) in additionto .
(Night Stands extra each si
four falls of varsity football. .. +: k5" 139.95 $I 0 MO.

Being on opposite sides is un- W usual for Kynes and Faircloth. ?.J.C' m. s .

When Faircloth ran for his sec- '
ond term as'student body president -

Kynes appeared on the r i s +
same 'ballot seeking a seat on '
EARL FAIRCLOTH IN 1949 the campus Athletic Coun c 1 LBoth ; : LrI

At work fitudenibody.. president.. were endorsed by the same
--.. I "" .. party;' and both./won.
'They are; friends of longstanding I
," said an.acquaintance I I fljJp
of. :both men here., ...
Faircloth elected student body 'i Y- r rt c A:

vice president a year earlier, z
succeeded to- the 2
t aw presidencywhen .
Bob Ghiotto left for state ,
'kW.' s political. office in 1948. s f
e: x. fEarl'is one of the finest men

t ever' to walk the UF: campus.He .
a F is a nationally recognized A
.' speaker, a gentleman and a fine f-Drawer Triple Dresser and Z
? rti :' ,t representative of the universi- Framed Wall-Mount 45" 5 ._,. t -

... ty's student government" said : ; A A
; Poudn with N'
: "
x. 41 ?
w a 1 Ghiotto (now deceased) in his cosmetic .
telegram of resignation. v end kR-up mirror $4!.!J 4'i :;\ # .rd'f
I. ;
.. Politics quickly erupted as the 2 sssa
new student body chief replaced v v "Matching chair 1M5 + .
three fraternity men with three ar tl ; "
independents (non-fraternity), -

independent Faircloth head
.a\ $Cro\ ed for a career in politics -

called for greater non-Greek NO NORTHCENTRAL. "furniture city"

participation in activities.A .
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45r ; t "draft Faircloth" movement = FLORIDA'S OPEN

.: started during the ensuing 1001Wonderful MONDAY
spring campus campaign, and a LARGEST
reluctant law student respondedto ON YOUR
bey; x. the call: "The only qualified DISPLAY OFFURNITURE Buys FRIDAY

candidate in the current elect 90 DAY NITESTIL9! t
ion." ,

r&h Two thousand students in frontof E. PLAN 19S.E.lstAve.
the Florida Union roared their
approval. They had previously
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t Big Surprise i

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i'i, BI :u To Win 6AA9Crown Seabreeze Wins :

6,'ra"k 58-52

I Y V, v ;. f fls Assistant By NIS Sports NISSEN Editor 'A' Title 57 49Daytona

Pensacola High School be -
lieves you can win in modern
: b day basketball without height- Seabreeze used its 6- to,offset a brilliant performanceby row 12-11 margin.
and it has Class AA state
; ... dcv $ a
10 center to great advantagehere Plant City's Mike Rollyson. Caught Fire

Nhg championship trophy to prove last night and whipped a I Rollyson connected for 24 But, Plant City caught fire in

a it.The good Plant City team 57-49, in i points on jump shots from the the second quarter and raced

short but determined Tig the finals of the Class A bas- key and free throws. to a 27-22 halftime advantage.The .

ers spun a web of destructionover ketball tournament. The two teams battled on Sand Crabs got their

Florida Gym last night Dennis Cantrell, a towering even terms in the first period, five points back in the third:

,a ,t a EB and stunned tall Cocoa, 58-52, 6-10 junior, pumped in 34 pointston with Seabreeze taking a nar- period to even the score going
to take home the AA marbles in
; <: into the final eight minutes oflay.
the state prep tournament.It .
la Q Y P .
> ., "\ was a thing of beuaty. ahead 47-42
Seabreeze pulled ,
k The Tigers whipped the ball Sloan Becomes behind Cantrell's shots from
"f ar around the court with deadly ac-
underneath.But .
t ; """ played defense like they
,5 curacy Rollyson and Co. rallied
invented it and left a capacity .
s Y y 7xr and pulled back to 46-17 seconds
'J R crowd nodding unbelievingly. cCagematcher'By later.

: .- ........ -. Pensacola's tallest man measured : Seabreeze edged back into a

-Sun Photo by Eddie Dark only 6-2, while Cocoa's MARTY SCHRAM four with just a little more than I comfortable lead and sewed it

BALLOONS TELL THE VICTORY STORY shortest was 6-2. The Cocoa Sun Sports Writer one quarter gone in the game. up on Bill Walser's layup with
Zephyrhills edged Mount Dora 33-29 for state Class B title. frontline scaled 6-6, 6-8 and 6-
5. Norm Sloan has found a new Thus the Stingaree star saw 39 seconds to go.

to watch basketballfrom just limited action in the SEABREEZE Cantrell 134-34;
way remainder -
Class B 33.29Zephyrhills Cocoa jumped off to a 7-2 Boales, 1-0-2; Hayes, 1-0-2 Bradley,
Cops the stands. of the first half and
0-04; Walser 3-0-6; Bergengren 2-2-4
lead in the early minutes and
Danko 2-3-7; Stephens 0-0-0. Totals
Tulane Ends The Florida mentor had
cage was to play a cautious game the 22-13-57.
pushed it to 15-8 at the end of
just one of the many psectatorsthis rest of the night. Nevertheless, PLANT CITY Rollyson f-6.2Donley /;
the first quarter. 6-0-12; Ayscue. 1.2Ward,
weekend, as he viewed the Akins wound up with seven 3-04; Gale, 1-1-3 Traxler. 0-x0. Totals
UF Netters'Streak BestZephyrhills Fought Back high scool state basketball tournament joints, and left Sloan very much 0-9-49..
Pensacola fought back in the Score by quarters:
from the grandstand. impressed. Seabreeze 12 10 13 22-57
second period and left the floorat Plant 11 16
City i 1M
But just as sure as Sonny Lis- I "He's the highest jumping 6-2 Seabreeze
8-1 halftime trailing. 2326. put on a gallant
doesn't get along with forward I've seen in a long
The victors quickly tied it cops comeback in the last two quar
worked freeze Bulldogs over the hump. ter Ronnie Mikell pumped in in the third quarter and up basketball remains very mucha while," Sloan said. "He's got ters Friday night to gain a 49-41

Tulane snapped Florida's six- patterns with precision in the The game was nip and tuck two baskets to pull the Hurri off and running. were part of Norm Sloan. And tremendous spring in his legs... win over Palatka.

match win streak in tennis yesterday second half yesterday after- all the way, with Zephyrhills canes to 27-30. Guard Mike Leatherwood being in the stands instead of on he's very fast, and he seems to Palatka grabbed a 13-7 first

at the UF varsity court noon and tripped Mount Dora, starting the freeze early in the But the freeze nected on three straight con-free the court does not change a have a lot of good moves" period lead and left the floor at

with an 8-1 triumph. 33-29, in the finals of the ClassB third period with a 25-22 lead. spearheadedby thing. Other standout high school halftime with 21-13
throws a advantage.
to pull Pensacola to
Spoto, kept the Bulldogs in a
Only Gator to score was No. basketball tournament. The Bulldogs pulled away to the lead. 39-33 advantage.The Sloan grimmaced at bad athletes that caught the Gator Seabreeze went ahead to stay

1 player Bill Tym who outlasted Guard Nelson Spoto fired 29-22 and kept the lead the foul line again paid rich calls, angered at bonehead mistakes coach's eye throughout the tour. with 3:36: left when Palatka'sstrong

Chuck Bleckinger of the rest of the ZEPHRYSHILLS Wilkinson, 24-2; and greeted a good play ney are: Miami High guard
three free throws in the last game. McGmnis, dividends for Pensacola 6-6 center Bobby Stevens
7-1-15 Bolt 044 Porter, sec-
Green Wave, 8-6, 108. 2-1-5 Spoto. 4-3-11 Padget, 044. with a broad beam of enthusiasm Chuck Schaefer ("He did a nice fouled .
minute of the game to put the Mount Dora's talented 6-4 cenWhites ; onds later as Tommy Lee out.Stevens
The nrppnies.. a solid favoSEChonors ;;? Totals, IN3J.MOUNT pump- job Friday night both in
DORA Mikell 5-1-11; Gott. ed in two to the did
up marginto a yeoman's job
now for by virfUeof fried 4-1-9 Shively 04-; Tanner 14-2; The reporter joined Sloan in shooting and floor'play.' "), PlanCity's
their win overthe Gators, 29.Stewart,- .I-O-2_ Dake 215. Totals 13-3- 4133. the stands for Friday night'sMiami 6-3 basket-bombing for. of guarding Seabreeze's 6-10 junior
five singles Blues Score by -quarters: Pensacola scrapped to a 10- center, Dennis Cantrell, before
won the other High Cocoa semi-final ward Mike Rollyson, Zephyrhills' -
Top Zephyrhills 10 13 2 8-33 lead with 3:39 he The
point remaining left the 220-
matches and swept all the dou- Mount Dora 13 7 .2 7-29 AA contest. And the Gator coach 6-1 forward Mike McGin- game.
bles with the loss of only two .in the game when Leatherwood seemed impressed by the abilityof nis, and Hillsborough's Andy pounder held Cantrell to two
in two of his two- field
dropped more both clubs. Owens, a 6-5 high-scoring cen goals.
sets.The Gators tomorrow meet In VF Friday Night handed free throws. "Cocoa and Miami are both 19 Points

Miami here and the Hurricaneshave Scrimmagegrid Box ScoresMOUNT Cocoa pulled to within four well-disciplined, well coached ter.But the Gator coach has one Cantrell dumped in two floor

not lost in 126 straight points, 46-50, as Bob Cinnett hita ball clubs," he remarked. "Just major problem despite all shots in the last three minutes

matches. practice, is set at 8:15: p.m. tackle Bob Lyle of Haines City. DORA Tanner J3-7; driving layup. look at the way they handle the apparent talent that is lurking and finished the night with a

Singles-Tym defeated Bleck- next Saturday at Florida Field. The Whites bounced back on Stewart 1-1; McCabe 24-4,; 0 Dake x0. Totals.24-4; Shively.19-16-54.0- But, Pensacola paraded backto themselves in different situ- just outside his back door. game high of 19.

inger, 8-6, 10-8; Frank Lamo- I The Whites beat the Blues a seven-yard scoring run by ers MALONE, 3.511; -Jackson Wilkinson}231 5.1-}11 Lasslter My-, the foul line and got two free ations! They know just how to Florida has just three basket- Teammates Steve Danko and

defeated Dave Bonner, 4-6, 19-17 yesterday in a full-scale Spurrier to make it 6-3. 7-3-17; Bryan, 24-4; Rodgers, 1 x21 throws from Jody Skelton to react." ball scholar hips it can award Ken Hayes added 12 and 10 re
Robinson 0-0-0; Capps 044. Totals lead six with
52 seconds
6-3, 6-3; Bobby Hardcastle defeated football scrimmage as Florida's The Blues went ahead again 21-11-5J.Score by by Sloan was originally interest for the coming September. I spectively.Dave .

Steve Gardner, 6-4, 64; Gators tuned up for their annual when fullback Larry Dupree I Mount Dora quarters: 19 7 19-54 left.A I ed in Terry Akins, Miami's "With just three scholarships, Porter led Palatka with

Dan Rhodes defeated Jerry Orange and Blue ,game next broke away on one of his tal- Malone Officials: Long and Hilaman.9 14 15 15-53 rash of free throws took highly-touted 6-2 forward. we've got to be mighty cautious 11 points, and Buddy Mangumwas
place in the dying seconds as But best laid oft times about how and to whom close behind with
Pfeiffer 6-4 6-2 Dave Loss ented runs, going through a plans -we
defeated Don Losman, 6-2, 2-6, ,score of tacklers for 21 yards. Wilkinson, 4 -12-; McGInnls Spoto 6315 9.T-25;; Cocoa tried to get the ball from go astray; and Akins contracteda award them," said Sloan. We've I Plant City's Mike Rollyson puton

6-1; Ray Lake defeated Vie (See Other Picture on 06)) :Jimmy Hall kicked the point to Bolt; Turner 0-7-7;, o-o-O Hatch.; Cherry 0-IJ; Porter.04To 004 the smooth passing Pensacolans. hardcourt disease known as got to get boys who will stick- a one-man show in leading

' Stone, 6-3, 6 2; make it 10-6 at halftime.In tals MADISON, 19-25-61- Howard. 2-1-5 Weger. "foulitis" and broke out in a good athletes and good scho-, his underdog team to a 52-48

Doubles BleckingerLamothe Coach Graves had the third period Spurrier 3-2-8; C. Johnson 5-3-13 Walker 14- Top Scorers I rash of personal fouls that multiplied ars. And those boys don't just I victory over strong Riviera
Ray praise 2; Hicks 0-1-1; Welch 0-1-1 Ragans, !
defeated TyroBonner2, for end Charles Casey of Atlanta tossed a 38-yard pass to Casey 7-3-17 11-/7. F. Johnson, 044. Totals 18- Lee and Leatherwood shared I until he had accumulated grow on everyone's trees." I (Continued on Page 06))

&-4; Hardcastle-Loss defeated who caught six passes, includ for a touchdown and a 12-10 lead Score by quarters: point honors for the winners
for the Whites. Later in the Zephryhills 9 16 15 23-63 with 17 points apiece, and Stin
Pfeiffer Ron Rebhuhn, 6-3, 6-4; ing one for 38 yards and a period Madison 13 11 17 6-47
Rhodes-Lake defeated Gardner touchdown from quarterbackSteve halfback Jerry Newcomerran Officials: Blair and Landers. nett paced Cocoa with 19. Bob In Class C 54.32Campbellton

Losman, 6-4, 63.UF Spurrier. Graves also four yards to score. Don Seemer and Harry Dunn chip ,

commented tackle Dennis Murphy Barrett kicked the point for a I Dade Downs ped in with 14 and 12, respec-
had his best day, guard Bill 19-10 margin. tively for Cocoa.

Sports Richbourg, strong on defense;I With 20 seconds to go, quarterback Dunn fouled out with 6:22: remaining RollsCampbellton

CalendarTomorrow linebacker Steve Heidt who played : Bruce Bennett fired a Gator Frosli in the game, and his

the "monster"role; and half 36-yard scoring aerial to Harperand replacement, Dale Burns, pick.

back Jack Harper a standouton Hall's kick wound up the ed up his fifth foul in the last

Baseball Vanderbilt both offense and defense. scoring. Nine Twice minute. Campbellton wore down picked up three: eral baskets to put the game I

Tennis Miami The Blues started the scoring I The Orange and Blue game Pensacola Coach Marvin Beck Lakeland Sata Fe with a rugged more points in the third period out of reach.

-Tuesday with a 39-yard field goal by the windup to Florida's spring MIAMI Dade Co. 4-9-17 PENSACOLA; Slayton.-22-4 Skelton Leatherwood.0-4-4; Lee 4- defense yesterday afternoonand and then poured it on in the final Redmon finished as top scor-
I IDllpree Junior 9-17; Bauer 1-I bs Griffin 44-8; Ceech, took a 54-32 victory in the eight minutes. er with 19 points Peacock had
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Baseball Vanderbilt ---... ----- College won a pair of baseball 0-0-0. Totals 15-28-58.
COCOA Dunn 1-10-12 Stinnett 6- finals of the Class C basketball Jack Peacock stole the ball 16, and Bobby Whiddon posted
Wednesday games Friday and Saturday 7-19 Seemer, 2jaiTucker. 0-3-3
tournament.The and drove for to' 11.
a layup push
Tennis at Georgia from the University of Florida Woodbury 1-2-4; Burns 0-0-0; Stein
--. Totals, 1a32-SL Wildcats shut out Santa the Wildcats to a 37-26 lead.and Mike Mohler paced the Santa
Friday freshman by scores of 2-0 and Score by quarters:
Baseball Georgia Pensacola > 15 13 72-58 Fe's high-scoring center, Mario start the fireworks. Fe squad with 11 points.
2-1 in 10 innings.
Cocoa 15 tl 7 19 52
TennisJacksonville NAS Monte, in the first half to takea Peacock, Johnny Williamsand CAMPBELLTON Peacock 4-1-26'
; The
contests fea
(Continued on Page 06)) Redmon 6-7-19 Williams 2-0-4 Whid
Golf Georgia r, li tured good pitching and little 20-17 lead. Louie Redmon then hit sev-. don. 4-3-21 ,Longshore, 2-0-4 Payne.
0-04 Chuites 04-0 Johmon 04-0
Saturday hitting. Beckworth 044 Bragg 0-0.Q 'Totals
Baseball Georgia Dade broke up a 0-0 tie with SANTA FE Ne Ofan.
Track at Miami (Miami two unearned runs in the eighth 1-1-3 Monte. 2-3-7 J. Stanton, 12-4' ;
Mtoiaszek 34-4 Mohler. 5-1-11 R.
and Army) inning of Firday's games, both ." Stanton 0-1-1 Cox 044 Muehler 0McCleman -
? ss'r 044. Totals/ 124-32.
coming home on a passed ball Score by quarters:
yti with two outs. Camp ellton 14 6 11 23- Sa
Cage Lakeland f I a 7-32
In Saturday's fray, the winning .
ResultsHIGH run came in the 10th with Campbellton got hot in ,the
first and final to
out benefit of a hit. ; quarters gain
53-43 win Lake Placid in
t a over
SCHOOLTournaments < Warren Smith limited Dadeto
,., Class C
a Friday morning semifinal
Class AA hits Friday. and Danny 4 Mr
Pensacola sa. Cocoa 32Class Orr gave up just two Saturdayin ] contest.
A The Wildcats scored
17 pointsin
Daytona Seabreeze 57. Plant City 49 the losing efforts. ti '' < ;4
Class B r. the first quarter and 18 in
The twin losses evened the
Zephyrhills 33. Mount Dora 29
the last to the battle.
Class C wrap up
UF frosh team's record at 4-4 t
Campbellton Lakeland Santa b ? ? the balanced
NCAA Tournament with three of the losses at the Camp

Easter( RegionalChampionship) a.i ? ., hands of the Dade nine. r x ,. bellton scoring attack were
Duke 101. Connecticut 54 Friday's Game Johnny Williams and Robert
(Third Place) .f with 12
Vlllanova 74 Princeton 62Mideast 'n".f t: UF Frosh 000 000 000-0 4 ?,; points apiece,
a and Jack Peacock with 11.
( RggionatChampionship) .a. Dade Jr. 000 000 02z-2 4
Michigan 6f. Ohio U. 57 Smith and Gross; Camora and t*. 6 5 i Peacock entered the game
(Third Place) .ix with a season's points output oi
Loyola 100. Kentucky: 91 Berry.

Midwest Regional Game ..
Saturday's 627.Big
Wichita vs. Kansas State UF Frosh 010 000 000)()( 0-1 3 't 6-5 center Andy SaPI
(Third Place) .l.lp
in 24 to lead
Texas Western 63 Creighton St: a u h Dade Jr. 001 000)()( 000)()() 1-2 2 pumped points Lake

Wester(Championship Regional) :. ; Orr and Gross; Bante and Berry. fys. Placid, and Jim Hendrix had

UCLA vs. San Francisco 14. ,
(Third Place) Close GameIn
NITOuarttrtinals Tennis VictorCAIRO ; ; ''. the other Class C semifinal

Bradley S3. St.( Joseph' (Pa.)) I game, Lakeland Santa Fe edged
NYU 79. DePaul 66 Egypt (AP-Jan Le- kx .i'' "<, Milliard 63-62, in a nip and
(First Round
) )k..L :
Army 64. St. Bonaventure 62 hane of Australia, defying a rule .w- tuck ball battle.

Drake 17 Pitt 82 NAIA imposed by her home country, Basketball Balancing cCampbellton's Hilliard took command In thi

Rockhurst 66(Pan-American Championship)56 won the women's singles title first period, 20-9, and Santa Ft
(Third Place) Scores AgainGator Saturday in the United Arab Re- came back in the second quar
Carson-Newman 73 Emporia State 60 public tennis tournament. She Jack Peacock appears,to twirl ball on one finger. Other players ter, 2210.

Detroit 126. New York PRO 124 fullback Larry Dupree twists into end zone defeated Christine Truman of Mario Monte (31), Lakeland Santa Fe; Robert Lon hore (20) of Wild Mario Monte, 6-4 Cuban refij.
Philadelphia 138 Baltimore 122 cats. Campbellton won C title 5432. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis).
St. Louis 111 Cincinnati 110 to end 21-yard run for a Blue touchdown yesterday. Britain in the final 6-Z, 6-L (Continued on Page 66)y.

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. It Was 'Ol d Home Week' at State Cage TourneyDuring I


school basketball tournament weekenda changed in either direction, Tampa Hillsborough coach Bob Grate, whose memory for faces, names, places and things ii
state high by Shiver, another recent UP cage grad, strolled by, face legendary terrible, showed he was in top form when he identi-
hot dog and cold drink becomes almost standard fare for fied Hobbs another Miami coach.
bearing a worried look, leading his Terrier team down to as area
sports scribes weathering the rugged first day's session of an the court where, on other nights in other years, he was the The ex-Buckeje, one of OSU's all-time best in both bas-

octet (musically it sounds great) of games. JJ'e tr ss lberst\1b ketball and baseball, has a son that has many college

Such was the case Friday night prior to the start of the star.Thus, three-fifths of a country fair Gator basketball team coaches (and recruiters) drooling. Jeff Is terrific as a foot- y
was assembled, all rising young scholastic mentors.As ball halfback, basketball guard and baseball shortstop. If
three evening games at Florida Gym.In it turned out. Shiver's worried look was a harbinger of ,. '&'11 Sp f blitp". he goes to Ohio State, it will be for football. If he comesto
the corridor behind the west stands several early birds a stunning 73-55 defeat to unsung Pensacola that spoiled what Florida, it will be for baseball. If he goes somewhere in

Here munching away at their frankfurters, pausing occasionally would have been a great-and a still is-story, a p- ......1 one between, he'll play all three.
to wash down a bite with a cold swallow of the beverage. for Shiver. Meanwhile, Grate, recovering quickly from embarrassmentof
Hobbs, clean-cut gracious and soft-spoken, brought his
Then, in rapid one-two-three firing order, it became a virtual mis-identification, told a good story on himself.It .
"Old Home Week." The Story of JoeBut career up to date. Quite happy at South Broward, the famed seems Norland was playing Hialeah one night at Nor-
former set shot artist of the Orange and Blue allowed as
land. At halftime, Grate heard someone out in the hallway
Gator Face how he would like to move upstairs to a small college or downstairs
Familiar first things first. where the dressing rooms of the two teams were.
Hobbs, the Gators' first (and only, to date) bona fide All- junior college.
A glance down the hall brought into vision a wellknownface. America player, has made the tour from AAU basketball with "I've been coaching high school basketball for five years," Strict Rule for AllHe
All-time Gator basketball great Joe Hobbs, now cage the Akron Goodyears to his old alma mater at Sheridan, Ind., Hobbs said. "I feel that I've learned almost all that I can in
mentor at South Broward High School, approached.From then to Tampa Chemberlain where he supplanted a former that field. I'd like an opportunity at something a little higher." stepped outside, saw a figure strolling away from him
the opposite end of the hall came Lou Merchant and teammate, Jim Zinn, as coach; and now, at South Broward, to the other end. He called the man over and said, "You
his quite attractive wife. Merchant coaches North Miami's perhaps better known football-wise as the school Au- They'll Fmd Out know, we have a rule here that we enforce strictly. We
basketball forces. And almost before greetings could be ex- burn's Tucker Frederickson played for. don't allow anyone in this corridor at halftime."
Never one to toot his own horn-and in the coaching: busi- The other man said, 'That's a good idea. It keeps things
ness that sometimes is not a wise move Hobbs said he quiet for the teams and coaches." With that he turned around

Cotton TKOs learned too late of the opening at Jacksonville University.When and started off in the other direction.
Dick Kendall resigned as Dolphins' mentor, JU founda Grate roared immediately, "Hey! Didn't you understand
capable replacement in Joe Williams, assistant mentor at what I said. We don't allow anyone In this corridor. That ;
Persol In Furman. Hobbs would have'liked a chance at it means you. Now get out!"

That familiar winning smile broke out as Hobbs said, "I The other man turned around, startled. He came back,
guess I'll just have to start letting people know where I am." said, "Are you serious. Don't you know who I am?"
s t )4.f 4th RoundNEW Merchant a 27 and 53-point loser to Miami High twice dur- Grate replied in the negative.
.4 ing the season, was up to see what the Stingarees would do By that time, the really shook Carl Eagle, Hialeah cage

YORK (AP) Eddie against Cocoa. They didn't do, losing out by a point, 4443, in coach and foe of Grate's Norland team that night, identified
a dandy himself.
: Cotton feels he's "opened' the The North game.Miami coach had little chance to talk, noting And that's how it was Friday night before the first game.It .
A door a little wider" to
a light his material lacked the likes of Tom Baxley, current Gator had been 19 years since the last handshake with Grate in
heavyweight title fight with his
guard, when the Pioneers won the state AA title in 1960. New York City following a 1945 OSU loss to NYU in the NCAA
sensational fourth
round technical -
knockout of Shiver paused just long enough to shake everyone's hand Eastern finals. It had been February of 1961 since the last
previously undefeated and had to go to the court. goodbye with Hobbs at the press table in Lexington, Ky., at
halftime of the Florida-'Cats game. It had been three years
The 37 year old contender A Buckeye BuddyMeanwhile since the last view of Shiver as he walked out the door of the

from Seattle, an 8-5 underdog, Noel Hotel in Nashville, Tenn., at 1:30: a.m. And it had been
avenged a split decision loss to a fourth party joined the party by the refreshment two years since Merchant ended his fine career with the Ga-
New Yorker three weeks ago stand. He was a familiar face to a fellow Ohio Stater. tors, stopped on an uptown Gainesville street for a farewell

when he.stopped his 23-year-old Don Grate, now Miamf Norland cage coach, was on hand for and went off to conquer new fields.
opponent with a fiery barrage of the festivities. Did someone say that it's a small "round ball" world

blows to the body and head at

2:37 of the fourth. I Tough 'Cane AVERAGES 88.455 MPH AT DAYTONA

Persol, his back to the ropes

and a dazed look in his eyes, Tennis Team
was sagging to the floor when
Mike Oyenarte of Gainesville. shoots while Edward Swift looks on. (Sun referee Zack Clayton in Hammer Cops 'Cycle RaceDAYTONA
photo Eddie Davis .
by ) Next For UF
between the two and ended the
LakelandWinner fight. BEACH, Fal. (AP) place was taken by Al Gunter,I ha, and Jody Nicholas, Nashville

Dade Schools In But until the sudden flurry, it Miami's powerful tennis team, -Dick Hammer of Lakewood-;Alhambra, Calif., on a Yama- Tenn., on a Bultaco.
appeared as if the fast mov- which has a winning streak of Calif., rode a HarleyDavidsonto
,ha. He was followed by Neil Other top finishers: sixth, Don
BilliardsLakeland's ing quick hitting Persol was on 126 consecutive matches, will victory Saturday in the American -
i his way to another victory over open its season against the Motorcycle Association 100- Keen, Pasadena, Calif., Yama-!, Shiflett, Kansas City, Harley.
Asks OK to Play Boys' Club won [the old man of the 175-pound University of Florida mile race for 250 cc machines. Davidson; seventh, Ted Heil,
Dayton, Ohio, Harley-Davidson
division. ;
tennis tomorrow afternoonon Hammer
the averaged 88.455
sectional billiards tourna-
"He's real fast and I had Patriots Sign eight, Don Twigg, Hagerstown
to the Gator varsity courts. The miles hour for the 27 laps
ment at the local club yester- per Md., Ducati ninth, Dick Newell,
set him explained the jubi- ;
up match will start at 1:30 p.m. over the 3.81-mile course at Daytona
Negro Opponents day with a total of 85 billiards.' lant Cotton after the Friday : International Nick SpinelliBOSTON El Monte, Calif., Yamaha; and
Dan Thompson had a high of 35 night television fight at Madison The Hurricanes, coached by Speedway.The tenth, Ralph White, Los Angeles -
for the winners. Dale Lewis, will show off an- 24-year-old Californian led Harley-Davidson.
--- Square Garden. "I knew I
of the Florida School ( ) Spinelli,
Dade Co. high schools Saturday tary High Ybor City finished second couldn't catch him with jabs andI other veteran team against the every lap but the first as he beata I James Faulkerson of Menlo
asked the Florida High!,Activities Association.Lay with 65 and Don Wells posted had to soften him up with body Gators. field of 92 expert and ama- who was George Mira's favorite Park, Calif., won the 76-mile
School Activities Association for I relayed the request to 39 for the Tampans.The punches." teur riders. Hammer is an ex passing target at Miami of Flori- novice race.
South African Rodney Man-
permission to play Negro directors of the FHSAA yesterday Interbay Boys' Club was Cotton had been dropped from llestam is the No. 1 UM player. pert. I da for three seasons, has signed Riding a Yamaha, Faulkerson
schools in sports competition.Joe at the annual meeting.Hall No.1 contender to No. 3 following paced the 20-Iap() event.
third with 49 and Jack White John Hammill, also a South Amateur Norris Rancort of with the Boston Patriots of the
Hall, superintendent of asked that a requirementthat led with 32. his loss to Persol. Persol had American Football League, it Keith Nadler of Aurora, 111.,
African, is No. 2 while Richard Sacramento Calif. finished
Dade Co. High School, made the second -
member schools play only been promoted from ninth to was second on a HarleyDavidson -
I The Gainesville club also and Shuert will was announced Saturday.
par- Bray George on a Parilla. He was IP( seconds -
form of letterto
in the
request a each other be waived to seconds behind the
permit ticipated in the event. No. 2. Cotton's record is 51151. play No. 3 and No. 4 positions.All behind the winner.A eight
Floyd Lay, executive secre-I the competition. Persol's record is IMj He had are lettermen.No. Spinelli, from Coraopolis, Pa., winner.
At present, Negro high schoolsin won all of his 85 amateur fights, trio of experts ran 3-4-5, ranked seventh nationally in I Ken Ridder of Covina, Calif.,
Riverland Florida belong to their own Gusty Winds too. 5 player is a junior, John I trailing the two front runners by pass receptions last fall. He is riding a Yamaha, was a distant I
association. However, the': }Mar Santrock; and No. 6 is Juan more than a half lap. Third a flanker: back. 'third.
FHSAA has stated in the past' Hayes'Record I Rubio, a junior from Venezuela.The s

Slates Meet .that Negro high schools have!I Try I Clay Slates No. 7 player for the 'Cane
I been eligible- to apply for mem- African Tour i and who is not expected to play I

\bership in the FHSAA. Appar- MIAMI (AP) -Gusty winds tomorrow is Fran "Peachy"
The Riverland C o nference ently none have chosen to do .\ellmeyer, No. 15 ranked woman
frustrated Bob LOUISVILLE
Hayes Saturday Ky. (AP-Cas-
plans! a league meeting at 7p.m. in the United States.
so.Yesterday's in an assault on the world 100- sius Clay has some traveling -
Tuesday, March 24, atMac's request was referred The Gator netmen never have
I I yard dash record. I planned while the Army goes Ytorshelm
Drive-Inn restaurant. |I to the execuUve committee :I beaten Miami and generally fail I
over his second Selective Service
Al Powers, secretary, said I I[ which will meet later this The world's fastest human written examination. The to win many matches. S
next football and basketball -!I I
year's 'ear.II
|) ran into winds averaging 10
verdict will be known in about
schedules will be the Several Miami_ i white high miles Huggett Holds
I an hour and gusting up to four weeks. .
main item of business.At II schools have N and
| g3Jents I 15 m.p.h., and was clocked at QJoecfor
the last meeting Cedar I athletes attending. fiPfcStegisj 9.4 seconds in the Florida Ath- What if he is drafted? Big Lead In
Key's Ron Brummitt was voted both state basketball and :
years letic Club meet. The record is "I'll cross that bridge when I
coach of the for basketball track events have had "
year Negro 9.2. come to it, the heavyweight
and received a trophy. contestants. Fritz Turner of George Colley of the Pioneer champion said Friday afternoon Malayan OpenKUALA
The loop voted its conference Miami Central the
won 100-yard
relaxing on his living room sofa
track meet for April 10, either -dash in the state high school Club at Nassau ran second to after taking the early-morning LUMPUR (AP) caster
Hayes in the 100 ahead of
'at Gainesville or Chiefland. meet last year.McElwaiii. examination. Welshman Brian Huggett threat-
All schools will be notified by Crady Smith of Florida A& f. ened to turn the Malayan Open I

Brummitt, loop president, as Tops A spectator at the meet was "I'll be in New York for Golf Championship into a runaway -
to Site. John Pennel, world record pole business the next three weeks as he shot a
'the conference will be divided Loop With 253 I vaulter who was forced to withdraw 'I and then I hope to tour Nigeria, par 72 on the third two-under-I STYLE, FOR MON I HS TO COME

into two districts for softball -i because of a back injury other parts of Africa and the stretched his lead
play this spring. Melrose f Nancy McElwain had a 253 in practice. Middle East :strokes. I
ana Hawthorne will play in the to top the Police Benevolent Association 'I I "I told the Army people and The British Ryder Cup player'

Eastern< loop; Bell, Bronson Bantam League at Werner Riva all they said was to check with posted a 54-hole total of 210, 12 I
and Cedar Key in the Western. Palm Lanes. Bing Nobles had them on the passport." strokes under par for the 6-534-

The district winners will meetin 230, Mark Czapiga, 207; Susan Win Downhill Clay went to Chicago Friday yard Selangor Golf Club course. .
a playoff game at Hawthorne Sisler, 206; and Brian Smith, evening and planned to go from Huggett had 67 and 71 on his ,%
April 2, at 7:30 p. m. 204. Miss McElwain's 127 was STOWE, Vt. (AP) -Olympians i. there to New York. first two rounds. t ,
for' the league crown. high game. Buddy Werner of Steam- The 22-year-old boxer said the Tadashi Kitta, a stead, accu-
Next regular meeting will be LuckyStrikers had a 1143 set boat psprings, Colo., and Pia math bothered him most in the rate Japanese pro, moved into

May 11, at Cedar Key. and a 602 high game. Riva of Italy won the downhillrace three-hour,. four section. test -. second place with 12-71-71-214,
of the Eastern Ski Cham math, English mechanical aptitudes -followed by Eric Cremin of Au-
and pattern analysis.He stralia, Tomoo Ishii of Japan
pionship on the rugged Nosedive -
was alone for part of the and Hsieh Yung Yo of China at
Trail of Mt. Mansfield Sat.
test and then joined about 12 215. Hsieh had a 69, the day's
urday. men for other portions. He had best score, which was matchedby
For Werner, at 28 the grand
to take the examination again Chen Chieng Chung and To-
old of the U.S.
man Olympic
after the first one in Florida shiaki Sekimizu, both of Japan. ,
team, the victory was almosta last January was inconclusive."The Ishii had a 70 and Cremin, who

repeat of the 1955 race. test was tough," he said, shot a 66 Friday, had 71.
b R +Cti..IR In that year Werner surprisedthe "tougher than the first one.; Max Bayha of Anaheim, Calif. .

.,ski world with a victory Man, I'm tired But I did my il the only American entered, had
o-ver'the then top racers of the best-I don't want anybody to I 73, his best score of the tournament -
day. :think I'm crazy." for a 228 totaL AS SEEN IN.Faznz.zy
Miss Riva only foreign racer I 1
J jh the field, edged out Olympian I i I $2495

Jean. Saubert of Lakeview. Ore. ,
by fUteen-hundredths of a second -I AfiENTIONPOULTRY Uite.kLy

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KNOCK ON WOODElma's 1 1I UF Golfers -.- 'I ; :' -.. FAVORS U.S. ARMY BASES IN JAPAN because it has a 50-meter pool. 1

Tachikawa and Zama have

I To Compete AAV Head have tracks.
Eyes Olympics Training
I 617 FiP'Best r "Russia started Its plans dur- I
R At CoralCAPE '-" I -
Cape ing Tokyo International
Score By JIM ,VAN VAT.KENBURGAssociated bases and Camp Zama," Col. Hull. started. We should do the ,
I CORAL The Univer- Press Sports Writer Don Hull said. "In spite of the excellent same." I Week last fall, when they had.

Of Career I sity of Florida will be one of KANSAS CITY AP) The Hull, who was Army sports preparation by Japanese' sports Hull suggested the U.S. Olympic -;a dry run for the 1964 Olympics
United States should take ad- chief before his men, the week in before '
: seven state schools and three retirement, said Tokyo Committee obtain the ap- with a few athletes from each .,
vantage of existing facilities to Russian officials have showed the opening of the Olympic "
for the
out-of-state powers competing in proval use of U.S. mili- nation, Hull said.
the 1964 Florida Invitational and set up its training camp at the foresight in planning for a spe Games is certain to be pure tary facilities in the Tokyo
BY JACK HARRIS t1 Intercollegiate Golf Champion- Tokyo Olympics this fall, the executive cial training camp for their ath bedlam. Training time and area. "There were 103 Russian

ships here, April 2-4. director of the Ama- letes. space at the Olympic Village Hull attended the Asian sports officials, doctors and
I I teur Athletic Union said Satur- "The will be limited with athletes
Elma Newman let the word champion go to her head shortly complications moving Games in Tokyo when he was nurses on hand to make a complete

The 72-hole medal play event into a foreign country with new from more than 100 nations on United Nations chief in
after she assisted her First Federal team to the city women'schampionship. day."The sports
will be contested the 72 United States already foods hand. survey of the area and to.
She proceeded to bowl her highest three game set on par transportation, trainingand Korea and is familiar with fa-
of 617 the! following Wednesday night. Cape Coral golf course, a rolling has military bases near Tokyo administrative problemsoften "The Russian plan would cilities in the Tokyo area. He negotiatiate with the Japanese.
I Elma and Newt her husband, have been active in bowling 6,726-yard challenge of waterways -with athletic facilities such as lower the potential of keep Soviet athletes out of this said Johnson AFB could be I'They plan to build their own
and tricky approaches. j Johnson and Tachikawa air highly trained athletes,*' said confusion until the competition! used for the swimming teams massive training "
Tine they have been in Gainesdlle. : .
She has been bowling with year and the best news of the Houston, Wake Forest and Columbia .

the same team, First Federal, week. Congratulations, Frank. University are the.three I .......;_. :00.. :\.0" a./ "
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Joe Sommese Benk of Hawthorne ment. Florida schools partici- ... .
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collected 27 dust catchers (trophies the AFROTC had a 622 set witha pionships are the University of : (-:, V-.-.' U.1wg. > t l....,". '*" :<'O'_' .. _.... .11 '. .
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Mrs. Newman Is employed at sity, Florida State University I II ::'':..:: ,. ,..'. ,\. .,. .. .'r., .. .. .". i._.
I the Medical Center and finds JoAnn Block of Walt's Serv- Florida Presbyterian College;! f": ..', e. THE'S110RE, .:* I '<' ..'..> t -
time bowl in two leagues a I :. W ITH *. *Sfe"*. t
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600 sets to her credit with a fine 579 set. Bette Sprow, Coca school and individual honors. In I j:"> r MAIN $t.REET.f/e. .,"...."t' .' J .
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AheadThe the Florida National Bank, 544; I will be presented for best over-, ; t,, .
Magi Roberts, Ginny's Hair- all team score, low freshman i '
I''! sixth annual city i tournament and low varsity golfer. Trophies
I will be held at Palm Lanes stylist, 533; Charlotte McElwain, in these three categories will I .
April 45.There Coca Cola, 530; Norma Wese- also be presented i in the inter I I aster

Association.are 140 Kent teams Associa-in the man, 529; Liz Elleman, 513. collegiate division.. I ssentials for A

tion Secretary would like to see .
Howard -
all 140 teams entered. Says He d MI

Entry fee per person, per event -
I is $3.50 (Bowling $1.50, Prize
\ fee 2.00). All Events-$2.00 (optional Just Can't PlayBy
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100 per cent within each event, .
at least one prize for each 10 DAVE O'HARA I I frame of mind to play baseballand I
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Send checks or money orders i Dodgers' 6-foot-7 home run slug- "Buzzie told me to relax and i
only. No cash accepted make I II ger signed out of Ohio State fora get myself straightened out. He I

I I payable to Gainesville Bowling $108,000 bonus in 1958, may be spoke as a friend, not as a gen # : .
Association.You forced to quit baseball at the eral manager. That's the way I 4 ; The Easter parade starts in our men's world

age of 27 because of "personal he always has been. The Dodgers 3 .
can obtain entry blanksat problems." have been more than goodto -, .... .i, : of 'well-tailored suits and handsomely) styled
Palm or Rebel Lanes. Don't Howard told The Associated me, but the way I feel now Icouldn't : ,
i wait until the last minute. Y'all Press Friday it would be "vir- play for them or "'
any furnishings. Comt in and choose soon.
I tually impossible" for him to ,one else."

come.Blood Donors play this season."I Asked directly if he felt he I qitr ; ..
doubt very, very much if. was through baseball for good, .k.. ;
I Bowlers notes: Max Petzold I'll be able to play," the powerful Howard replied: "I don't like to i f EASTER'S MOST SUITABLE. .

will head the Gainesville Men's young outfielder said after say so definitely but things I' r t
talking by phone with Dodger would have to take '
an awful big .
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elected local bowlers
last was week. Merrill by Parker is the Bavasi."I 'play at least this year." Ii ; NORTHCOOL
new vice president with Ken feel as if I've had it," Howard who has been work-: !

r Lindsley as secretary-treasurer. Howard added. "Spring trainingis ing as a sales trainee for a!
well advanced and I'm so far Green Bay firm during the off
i Whitey Siefert would like to out of shape both mentally and season, said he planned to confer I I
thank all bowlers that donated physically that it would be virtually with officials of the company I 3 &r7 2-PANTS SUIT
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t blood for his daughter who is a impossible for me to play. next week about continuing on
patient in Alachua General Hos- To be honest with you, I haven't the job. I

pital. even thought of baseball." He broke into organized ball ..rf by SAGNER

Our best wishes to Hugh Cros- Howard said he canceled with the old Green Bay Blue, ..
by, assistant manager of Palm plans to visit Bavasi at the Los Jays of the Three-I League. He Two pairs of pants offer more than two times

Larr*, whose wife and sister' Angeles training camp in Vero and his wife, a Green Bay }t. as much service. More combination with
ire hospital patients. Beach, Fla., next week because native, and their four childrenlive iJ$ other coats. Something to wear when a pair's
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,4 Ganlesvllle Sun Sunday,''Maren 15, 1964 '
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1 Week in Mexico Helps Casey's EnglishBy .1 I

,nor '1j A7.c ? t ARTHUR DALEY I I It had seemed for a moment as though he was talking about here in St. Pete I want Berra to have an up-to-date haircut and

NtIUf nrk Gfonm Al Jackson, his southpaw ace, but it soon was evident to anyone not one of them Hoosier haircuts he uster get in St. Louis. They

ST. PETERSBURG If the junket of the New York Mets to versed in Stengelese that he was referring to the way AI make a Beatle outta him. If you look out there you will see that

t jtY'9 Mexico City a week ago failed to give Casey Stengel even a downing, the Yankee lefthander, picked Maury Wills off first some of these men are taller than they were otherwise.

smattering of the Spanish language, the trip did seem to improve base in the World Series. 01' Case was starting to wander from That last sentence was not exactly comprehensible but It
his English. The 01' Perfessor has been talking with a lot the Mets to the Yankees. It was time to be on the alert. seemed to indicate that the 01 Perfessor was recovering from

'L4 a more coherence since he returned from his Mexican hay ride "I think it's wonderful," he droned on, 'That they put the negative effects of his jaunt to Mexico. Approaching the dugout -

and has had fewer lapses into his native tongue, Stengelese.But In charge two such wonderful fellers like Berra and Ford which was Lefty Gomez, the great pitcher of yesteryear and nowa
the love everybody and never hornswoggled a person in their life.Mister supplier of big league uniforms.
the longer he talks and he really never stops -
Berra uster grumble to when I ast him to ketch
other His London Tailor"Here
more involved his conversation gets. He was raving the
battin' practice but now that he's the manager I see he doesit
about four kid he uncovered in his "instructral"school
day pitchers "
every day. comes my London tailor, said 01' Case. "He gives me
the youngest 18 and the oldest 21. "He can pinch hit for the next 10 years and you can ast pants that balloon so much I look very odd out there while chang-

"I haven't wasted my time down here," he said with gram- him anything and there have been occasions in the World Series in' pitchers and I attract so much attention the Yankees give mea

+ matical preciseness. "I don't like'losin' and you don't think when everybody was wrong but Berra. When we play the Yanks raise. They had a big payroll. Joe DiMaggio was gettin' big
I'd be horsin' around down here if I didn't think I could do good money, George Weiss was gettin' big money and I was gettin'

d.J with this ball club. There is three ways in which we can go- big money. Elston Howard worked awful hard to get that job,

up or down or sideways. State FootballPlayoffs Berra being so great 'I'll catch,' he'd say to me. 'I'll play

J "These young boys haven't failed me and, you could lookit first. I'll play the outfield.' Him being so splendid he finally gotit.

.j up, they struck out lots of batters in the minors which proves And let me tell you about Gomez."I .

they have strong arms and two of them is left-handed. A feller gotta young left here who !s 17 which was the same age

+ can make a livin' in this game if he throws lefttianded. He Given Gomez was when he revolutionized the East with that speed and

d. caught that big base runner off first, the one which stole that snake he threw. I'm mana gin' Toledo and he come in withSt.

more'n a hunnert bases, and that keeps you in the big leagues.The Paul but his weakness was his feet was too long and they

trick helped Whitey Ford didn't it?" hit a swingin' roller which he clubfoots to first and we beat

OK for Class AState him.
Vs. WillsWhoa
Downing Gomez "
-- winced. "Yep, he said. "Hughie McQuillin beat me
extra attraction at horse show There'll be a slight pause for station identification.ANNUAL 4 to 3 in the tenth. Pitchers never forget Don't let any one try
High School football '. In extending the playoffs to to tell me he doesn't know when he has a no-hitter going for

championship playoffs were Class A, the directors again him. The Scoreboard is as big as a house and the fans cheer

I extended yesterday to include specified that it is a voluntary him. He'd be a dope if he didn't know."

SHOW SET THIS WEEK 0; Class A schools. program. To compete, either in "Ast Berra if he ever was fooled," said Stengel. 'Til tell

,i Directors of the Florida AA or A, the principal of a you when. Allie Reynolds needs only one more out for a no-
High school must notify the FHSAAof I hitter and Ted Williams hit a high foul which Berra drops. Then
I School Activities Association
(FHSAA) heard favorable its intention by April 15, each Williams hits another which he catches but how often do you
universally -
I II Horses Due Here Tomorrow playoffs,reports which on were the inaugurated Class AA year. see a great hitter Shin like Williams Guards pop up Slipped"Sure in the same place twice?

last year, and gave the go- Knicks Eye Berra was booed. For 10 years he was weakon
ahead for Class A this
The vanguard of an expected First program Is 1:30 p.m. famed mule, Snowball, will put of saddle horse, equitation, har- year. pop-ups and every time he runs back for a foul his shin

300 horses is due in tomorrow in Thursday with another at 7:30 on a performance. ness and roadster classes; Bud- However, a proposal to change 1 First ChoiceIn guards would slide around to the back of his legs and we'd holler -

preparation for the annual that night. On Friday, there will dy Black, Lewisburg, Tenn., the enrollment figures determining -: at him so that people thought we was givin' him signals
Gainesville Horse Show which be sessions at 1:30 and 7:30 and The local show is cosponsoredby judge of walking horses; Tony various classes was re- which we was not but was only tellin' him to put his shin

will have a three-day run Thurs- on Saturday at 10 ajn., 1:30 and the Alachua County Riding Wallace, Landrum, S. C. judgeof jected. This leaves in Class AA Pro DraftBy guards in front where they belong.

day through Saturday at the 7:30 p.m. Horse Association and the hunter and jumper division. all schools with more than 450 "And lookit that kid lefty of mine throw the snake with con-

Waldo Road showgrounds.The There are 89 classes set for the Gainesville High School Activities -Shipman also will judge Western boys in the upper three grades THE trol. The feller in Los Angeles took six years to control the
local program is the wind- seven programs. Some of the Apaloosa, Morgan and about 80 of them. And 68 or ASSOCIATED PRESSYou'd snake before he become a star."
up event for the Orange State finest horses in the southeastwill Association. A major shareof Arabian classes.Dr. 69 will be Class A. think the New York He now was discussing Sandy Koufax and his curve ball.

Horse Show Circuit Associationand be on hand. profits go to the GHS group D. M. Christoffers, Key- The FHSAA tournament com- Knickerbockers would have Mexico has definitely slipped into the past. One week back in

championships in various In addition, extra attractionswill .to aid in the purchase of needed stone Heights, is chairman of mitteee had suggested Class A enough of their own problems the States and the 01' Perfessor had regained his conversational

divisions will be determined by I spice the three-day event. I.school equipment. the local show. Mrs. Judy Hull run from 176 to 600 boyswhichwould in the National without Basketball Association Fast. ball or is it a twisting, curvy snake?

the outcome of events here. The Alachua Co. mounted posse i Tickets already are on sale. Davis is corresponding secre- have meant 61 schools in about the Detroit having Pistons.to worry

Previous Orange State shows drill will be on Saturday after- They are priced at $1 for adults tary.Dr. Class AA and 79 in Class A. Bowling Results

were held at Largo and Tampa. noon and evening. The Victor and 50 cents for students. David Cofrin is handlingbox Various proposals were made, But it's a fact that the Knicks' -

There will be seven sessions, Comptometer pony hitch team seats and persons interestedin including one for adding Class are keeping a keen eye on De- SPERRY MEN'S
a pair Thursday, another pair will perform at all shows. On Show officials include Lee purchasing same should contact -. AAA giving the state five troit and that New York brass I W t. I NIGHT OWLA.F.R.O.T.C. W L

Friday and three on Saturday. Saturday, Jack Andrews and his Shipman, Boerne, Texas, judge I him. classifications for basketball. is all smiles today after the tail- Hogtown King Pins Creakers 70V4 M 42 37Vi SIC Tile. It Terrazzo '64 1V* 40 42V

classes enders in the Western Division Crushers 62 46 Manor Motel
Other directors said fewer Splinters 61 47 41 43
needed not picked up their 21st victory of Merry Makers 58 50 Williams Thomas SJVfc 48Vt
UF Cagel.sFinest Gator Coaches Pass Out were ; more.reclassification the season Friday night.Detroit's Drifters Begastrickes 56 56V4 52 51V* Edwards Bldg. Supplies 54 SO
The entire problem of -i Maintenance 55 53 Pepin Distributor 53V JO1*
was referred back to' 133-122 victory over Goofballs 54 54 Central Fla. Office Supply 53 51
the Design 53 55 Horka Cafeteria S2V* 51V*
Yet the tournament committee head Philadelphia 76ers might be Rebels 53 55 Inn 49V* 54V*
considered unimportant in Dam Yankees 48 60 Johnson & Farts 42 a
ed by Bob Lockett of Jackson- most Alley Cats 47 59 Alachua General Hospital 40V* 6J'.t
Spring Superlatives'With It will come be- circles but it was anything but Grim Reapers 45 62 Pittsburgh Plate Glass 27"
ville. probably --"-
In GradesFlorida fore the directors again in Au. that to the Knicks. It gave Detroit Pickups Ramblers 43Vi 35Vi 70'UVi! Pepin 4. Johnson RESULTS& Paris I; A. f.
the same number of vic- RESULTS R. O. T. C. 4, Pittsburgh Plate Glass
gust. 0; S & C X Edwards 1i
placed three men I the practice-concluding year, and there are 10 to 12 B- I ry Sammons, (Pensacola) and The method of deciding tie mighty tories as New York and that's 3 Merry, Goofballs 1 Makers 1; 3 Grim Splinter Reapers 1;, 3 Drifters, Rebels Inn X Hospital Manor. Motel Central If Alachua Fla. Office General .
important to these ; Hogtown Creakers 4 Pickups
two .
on the 10-man All-SEC Aca- Orange-Blue game coming up Teamers who should be men- linebacker Bud Williams (Tal- games in the playoff system also basement dwellers.' 2; King, Pins 4, Crushers 0; Bega- Supply Thomas 1.Browiis it. Park Lane X Williams
demic basketball team and It Saturday, Florida f o o t b a 11 tioned for their promise." lahassee). drew a variance of opinions and That's because the team with Cats Ramblers 3, 1.UNIVERSITY Design. Dam 1;Yankees Maintenance 0; Alley 3,
This list includes tackles Wal- returned to committee.
was no accident, head coach coaches have come up with the "The B-Team has dual was the least number of victories CITY WOMENW Down
ly Colson (Valdosta, Ga.), Ben a pur- Spokesmen for Coral Gables gets to choose first in the L
Sloan has stated. individuals thus far this annu-
Norm top Dyer ( Beach) and of developing boys with Robinson winner Coca Cola 68 28
Daytona pose and
I' : Tampa al NBA draft of college stars Gold Coast Restaurant tfltt 34V4
indicate guards John Watson West Palm in the playoff last Ginny's Hairstylist 58 38 Rams 60-25()
First trimester grades spring. [ ( varsity potential and helping to I and runnerup and while the Knicks and Old Milwaukee 53'* 42V* ,
the Gator cagers are making The list, called "Spring Superlatives Beach), Phil Maggio (Tampa) make our varsity better through fall recommended an extra Pistons are out of the two divi- First Busch Federal Bavarian 52 44
the highest marks ever I ," was selected by head and Charles Gaussiran (Miami), tough competition," said Gray six-minute period in case of a sion races, they're both very Budweiser 49 52 44 47 Browns beat Rams 60-25( and
center Max Bilinski Monticello Brown's Texaco Service 49 47 Steelers won from Colts 31-13
bas- coach Ray Graves and his assistants ( es. "This spring's B-Team has much in the futility race. And Rutherford's Jewelers 44V 49V*
turned in by any Florida on the basis of( play ), halfbacks Butch Poland done an exceptional job." in this one it's the loser who Jones-Johnson Walt's Servlcenter 43 39 53 in Junior League basketball
ketball team. I during the first three weeks of ([Elizabethton, Tenn.), Charlie The Orange-Blue game will tie.Top comes out ahead. Holiday Inn 35V* 60V games at the Boys' Club Friday.

With Brooks Henderson, Mont current spring drills. Pippin (Moultrie, Ga.) and Lar- start at 8:15 Saturday night 'Cycle Don Ohl's 32 points and Bailey Money's G'ville Gas Sandwiches Co. 32 33 64 63 Todd Ralnsberger had 26

Highley and Lanny Sommese The honors list includes: Howell's 25 helped the Piston RESULTS points for Browns and Ernest
First Federal 4, J&J 0 Inn
leading the way with honor Line- Stars Ready cause and kept New York alivein 4, Morley's 0; Walt's 4,; Holiday Brown's 0; Barfield made 20 for Rams.
Most Improved Veteran Two U.S. Skiers I 4, Rutherford's 0 I
out of Ginnys ; Old M I-
3.0 (
point averages over Junior tackle the race for the fewest vic- waukee 3, G'Vllle' Gas Co. I; Busch Don Large had 16 for Stealers
a possible 4.0)), Florida cagers man Gagner-(Daytona Beach);Larry Most At Daytona. tories. 3 Coast, Budweiser 1. U Coca Cola 3., Gold I and Larry Moore six for Colts.
averaged 2.53 as a group. .
Improved Veteran Back senior -
Henderson, Highley and Tom halffeggkJerry Newcomer Injured in EventOSLO DAYTONA BEACH Defend-

Baxley all made the Academic (Miami),- igt Outstanding Sophomore ing champion Ralph White of
All-Star team chosen in the Lineman Guard Jer- I Los Angeles will face 97 formi-

Southeastern Conference. For ry Anderson (North Miami); Norway (APTwo race was won by Horst Moeh-' dable foes, drawn from 22 states

Baxley, whose overall averageis Most Outstanding SophomoreBack I young Americans took bad wald of West Germany in 51 and Canada, when he goes to the +.
the second successive spills, one of them suffering in: in the 27th
3.0, it was Fullback Graham Mc- minutes, 28 seconds, but failure starting line today ;
year he's been chosento Keel (Lakeland). juries, in practice jumps Sat to running of the Daytona 200 ir
this honor squad. Most Outstanding Offensive I urday for Sunday's climactic place high in Thursday's feature event of the annual AMA *. '
special jump in the 67th Hol- jumping dropped him to seventh -Motorcycle Classics at Daytona
Highley, who will enter the Lineman Senior tackle Den- ? -g
menkollen Ski Festival. place in the combined with) International Speedway.Chief .
University of Florida Medical nis Murphy (Cairo, Ga..; Most those who will
School next trimester, came to Outstanding Defensive Lineman Jerry Goyen, 17, of Ishpem- 426.82 points. among
America's longest,
Florida from St. Gregory's Junior -Senior guard Bill Richbourg ing, Mich., suffered a slight Thoma was second in the face him in importantbike
and most
College in Oklahoma, where brain concussion, sprained' his richest
(Pensacola) Most Outstanding
cross-country with 52:40, followed Dick Mann, Pi-
be produced a straight-A aver- Offensive Back Junior halfback left ankle and twisted his kneein race are
by Kristoffer Groetli of nole Calif., AMA's 1963 Grand
age and was validictorian of Alan Poe (Tampa); Most a fall on his first tune-up Dick Klam- t
his class. Outstanding Defensive Back jump. Norway in 52:47, Fiedor cocked National champion;
Ohio three
foth, Groveport,
55:30.In .
Junior halfback Allen Trammell
"We have an outstandinggroup He was taken to Ullevaal times winner of the big race;

of boys who concentrateon (Eufaula, Ala.). Hospital where doctors reported other events, Arto Tiainenof Bart Markel, Flint, Mich., for-

their studies," says Sloan. Most. Outstanding Offensive he had no fractures but Finland upset Olympic champion mer national champ; Dick Ham- H

"And our tutoring program. End Junior Barry Brown would be unable to compete. I Sixten Jernberg of Sweden mer, Lakewood, Calif.; George .

with Dr. Edmund Holden- 'and (Ann Arbor, Mich.); Most Out Dave Hicks, 17, of Duluth, in Roeder, Monroeville, Ohio, run-
Dr. William Moore, has proven standing Defensive EndJun- Minn., another junior jumper, the 50-kilometer ski race: ner-up to Mann in national

to be a major factor in helpinj, ior Lynn Matthews (Tampa!) also took a spill. He was placedon II two Swedish women, Barbr standings last year, and Roger 4r/ .
boys apply themselves' to college -; and Brown. Most Outstanding a stretcher and carried out Maryinsson and Tom Gustafs- Reiman Kewanee, HI., winnerof /

work." Linebacker Sophomore Jack from the hill's horseshoe out- I son, beat out Russia's Olympic the Daytona 200 in 1961. -firy

It's interesting to note that no Card (Coral Gables). run. Later he stood up, shook gold medalist, Claudia Boyar. None of these riders is favoredover .

player on the entire Florida "These are all varisty select- off the snow and walked away :skikh in the ladies' 10kilometer the other. They all have

squad made less than a 2-0 average ions," said Graves. "However, under his own steam. He may : cross-country; Christ! Haasof the skill and speed to take down

during the fall trimeSterand there are many boys on the B* be able to jump Sunday. Austria and Giustina De- the major share of the $12,000

that the overall average'c f Team who have had a good Thoma Wins metz of Italy tied for first in purse, and the outcome depends

the Gator ni''vers for their en- spring and show strong indica- Meanwhile, Georg Thoma of the women's Kandahar down- largely on how well their mach-

tire college career is 127. 'tions of helping us next fall. Out West Germany won the Nordic hill, and Reidar Bekkemellomof ines stand up to the high speedson
combined title for the second Norway won the 15-kilometer the Speedway's full 3.81-mile

straight year with a second- junior race. track and road course. WILL YOU BE READY ?

Winkler Mahoney Lead place finish in the 15kilometer -- III.
I cross-country ski race, and I" "WANTED" .1I.

UF Freshmen in ScoringWest upset two Olympic in other titleholders events. were I. iI Before you know it the youngsters who are so

Thoma, bronze medalist in MEN WOMEN I: small now will be ready for college. Make sure
Palm Beach's Harry formance. the Olympics, also finished sec .
Winkler and Bradenton's Ed Jeff Ramsey ((6-9) 'was the ond in the jumping phase of i from ages 18 to 52. Prepare, some cases any one out of five J, that you're ready to send them by beginning a

Mahoney took home Universityof rebounder Coach Jim the double-pronged competitionand I now for U. S. Civil) Service job pass. I
leading on thousands
Lincoln Service helps
Florida's freshmen basket- McCachren's squad, edging '6-6 compiled an overall point openings in this area during prepare for these tests every I, savings program now while they are small. A
the next 12 months. '
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Gary McElroy of Clearwater in score I year. It is one
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!i 'f.t'i.: f Orioles Ruin Berra's! Debut : '

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I' ," ,. FORT LAUNDERDALE. Fla. three innings for the Tigers, al cy cases. Al Spangler, who game sent Dick BerteU'across ,White Sox with two doubles and .

".. '. '" (AP-Yogi Berra's managerial lowing just one scratch hit, belted one of the home runs, i with the winning run. 1|two singles. .
I ...' --)OIlN4 debut was a failure Saturday as striking out two and walking crashed into the fence going Cleveland "B- .......3M 000 SOOI --

.. .,... "" the New York Yankees dropped Minnesota ... 000 002 000-2 S 2 after Alex Johnson's triple in Chicago Ramos.N Johnend.001 Burlison 052 00x-Car-91 I The Reds hopped on starter '
:: \." i: Detroit ............ 000 020 10x-3 7 1 ; -
'- .--,.. their exhibition, baseball openerto cliff Boswell; Lary.Kilt Rakow(4).(4)Neson. WIckertisan(7) and Rat.(7). the fourth inning, wrenching his lander Schaffer,BurdeHa Bertell (6)(4)., W-Burdette.Elston (7) and L-I Ray Herbert for four runs and
.. the Baltimore Orioles 31. Gladding (f) and Freehan. W-Cladding, left wrist and bruising his fore Ramos. added two more off rookie .
-Nieson., head. Home runs-Cleveland. Alvis (2), Post.
Chicago Santo, Cowan. southpaw Frank Kreutzer.The .
i The American League champions -
were held to six hits by Angels Get Jim Breecham, a pinch-hitter, Reds Victor
'i" victory went to veteran
I \ l'W\\ II \ three Baltimore right-handers in pulled his shoulder out of the
\ 1 Hank Bauer's bow as Orioles By IndiansPALM socket swinging at a pitch and Joe Nuxhall, who worked the

I I manager. required on-the-scene treatment Over Chisox first three innings and turned in

( f I) SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) after being thrown out at first five strikeouts. _

Whitey Ford was the loser, -The Los Angeles Angels came base. SARASOTA, Fla.. (APGordon -
.1 : Cincinnati 13 020 000-4 f 1
I a / -, giving; up two runs in the third up'with two runs in the bottomof Coleman led the Cincinnati Chicago (A) 001 000 001-2 5Nuxhall 0 _
.... inning, one on' a homer by Luis the 10th to defeat the Veteran Eddie Kasko McCool (4), Nichols (7) and _
... ... .."". inning playing Reds to a 6-2 exhibition victory Smith Himes (7) Herbert. Kreutzer (4), _.
11, (..// e Aparicio.The Cleveland Indians 4-3 Saturday. his first game at shortstop for I the Ackley (7) and McNertney. W-Noxhall. _
... vs. Saturday over
Ic -' :.." L-Herbert.
; .'.. Pinchhitters Frank Kostero the Colts, was hit on the head
New York ,
run against -
s. (" starter and winner Milt Pappasin and Jim Fregosi socked the sin-\by a pitch by Darrell Suther-

;? the third inning, was un- gles that tied and won the land. Kasko was able to walk MEN'S FASHION FOOTNOTES .
earned. game. I off the field under his own --

The Indians broke a 2-2 dead- power. -

Wally Bunker, 19 year-old lock in the top of the 10th when
The other homers for the
rookie, held the Yanks hitless Tommy Agee scored Al Smith
Colts came from Walter Bond, ..
omens Cage ActionNewton's over the middle three inningsand with a sacrifice fly. Smith, who John Weekly and Jim Wynn

Dick Hall allowed two hits opened the inning with a single, Rookie third baseman Richie

Jacksonville beat Jones-Johnson of Gaiensville 51- over the last three. moved to third base on a singleby
Service Station of Allen was the hitting star for
33, yesterday at the GHS gym in a Florida Recreation Association women's Aparicio's homer followed by Leon Wagner. It was Wagner's the Phillies with a homer and k *

tourney game. That's Charlotte Neder (No. 11) driving: for a shot as Tris Savage Sam Bowen's double and a sin- first hit in two spring two singles.At .

defends. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). gle by Norm Siebern save Bal- games against his former team- as "
I I timore its two runs off Ford. I mates. Houston Clearwater_........Fla...201 011 310--10 12 1 Str
A crowd 6,712 was present in But the Angels came right Philadelphia .... 103 020 210- 12 2 '
; Rues Batter windy, sunny weather. Berra.. back with a two run splurge Yellow Woodeshlck(I) and, Raymond Bateman(4)Grote. Hoerner(4) Ben-U). r-
against Don McMahon. nett (4), Sutherland (7). Kllppsteln (9)
Ohio U. Stuns played the Yankee regulars a and Trlandos Carreles (r). W-Hoerner, rf
KC A's, 14-1 maximum of four innings. Joey Amalfitano was hit by a L-Sutherland.Home Runs-Houston, Weekly, Spangler .y
I half.
Mickey Mantle started the pitch to open the Angel Wynn. Bond. Philadelphia, Johnson, Tay
BRADENTON Fla. AP McMahon walked Jay John- nor Allen.
( ) game and was hitless in two

The Pittsburgh Pirates opened. tries but had no trouble with stone, and Amalfitano scored Cubs Nudge
aI I his legs.Baltimore. when Frank Kostero slammeda
Wildcat Five their exhibition schedule with
.....,. 002 000 001-3 2 pinch single for Paul Foytack.
bang Saturday, slamming 17 New York (A) '..._, 001 000 000-1 6 2 Then Fregosi drilled a single to ClevelandMESA
--.. Pappas. Bunker (4), Johnson (6), Hall r
hits, including three homers, in (7) and Brown. Haney (5); Ford. DownIng left which brought in Johnstone

By TED MEIER where Duke also thumped Vil- a 14-1 rout of the' Kansas City (4)(5), .Terry W-Pappas(7) and, L-Howard Ford. blanchard with the winning run. Ariz. (AP) Third I

Associated Press Sports Writer lanova 8773. Athletics. Home run-Baltimore, Aparicio. Bo Belinsky pitched the first baseman Ron Santo's first
The Friday the 13th jinx UCLA, the nation's toprankedteam four innings for the Angels. He spring' home run climaxed a

struck the NCAA college basketball made it 27 in a row by Gene Alley, Donn Clendenonand Senators 8, was touched for six hits, but the five-run fifth inning as the Chicago 1 r.

championship tournament in Willie Stargell each hit two- only run scored off him was un Cubs overcame a three- _
defeating Seattle 95-90 and San Braves 0
full force.
run homers. Alley and Clendenon :earned. run deficit and defeated the
Knocked out of the running Francisco chalked up its 19th Cleveland DOG 100 100 1-3 12 0 Cleveland Indians 9-8 Saturday. _
drove in four runs apiece POMPANO BEACH, Fla. Los Angeles (A) 000 200 000 2-4 i 2
w -e Chicago Loyola, the defending -straight by beating Utah State McDowell Kelly (5)). McMahon (7) and Pedro Ramos was the victimof
I and Stargel accounted for three. (AP-Shortstop) Ed Brinkmanhit Azcue Brooker (7); Belinsky Kelso (S), the
and 64-58 in the Far West Chicagoans' biggest in-
champion, Kentucky regionalat slam home Fowler (I). Foytack (9) and Rodgers
Princeton. Corvallis, Ore. The Pirates held only a 2-0 two a singles grand run and the Pena (7). W-Foytack. L-McMahan. ning of the Cactus League sea-

Unbeaten UCLA, Duke, San Saturday as son as the Cubs made it four i ir.
Kansas State made it 12 lead after six innings but Washington Senators defeatedthe
Francisco Kansas State and victories for
Giants Edge straight a 6-1
with slammed Vern Handrahan Milwaukee Braves 8-0 in!
straight a victoryover a
Wichita survived in the other spring record.
Texas Western and Wich- rookie right-hander, for four their opening exhibition game. Cleveland : a.
second round games and led the scored three runs
way into tonight's quarter-finals. ita took Creighton 84-68 in the runs in the seventh. Then they The Braves only hit was a: Bosox, 43EL in the first and two in the sec-I NEW LEATHERS POUNDED AND SOFTENED-UP to fit and

Michigan put out Chicago Loy- Midwest regional at Wichita, drove him from the mound with! sixth single inning by Denis off Menke Carl Bouldin in the I I' PASO, Tex., (AP-Juan) ond as Max Alvis hit the firstof feel like gloves.This"seasoned"leather,as in a boxing glove,respond

ola 84-80 and Ohio University Kan.The two homers and Wally Post easily and comfortably to each movement. Now you get shoes that
an eight-run assault in the Marichal winner last
second of three 25-game
whipped Kentucky 85-69 in the NCAA small college eighth. I Washington. season for the San Francisco homered off rookie Wayne Car- are supple right from the start. Even the outersoles are "tenderized"for
Mideast regional at Minneapolis. championship went to the pitchers. lander. Alvis' second homerwas easy fiexhg. Adds up to a new light-footed feeling for men this
Connecticut downed Princeton Evansville Aces, who defeated Bob Veale and Tom Butters r Claude Osteen started for the i Giants, made his debut a win- a three-run shot off Don season.

52-50 in perhaps the biggest Akron 72-59 before a record i pitched the first six innings for Senators and retired the nine. ning one Saturday as his National Elston, third Chicago pitcher, Shoe shown is by BOSTONIAN ovailable in black.
baseball club beat
surprise of the season in the crowd of 12,244 at Roberts Stadium -Pittsburgh and held the A's batters he faced. Jim Hannan League in the seventh. 24.95

East regional at Raleigh, N.C., in Evansville.Fla. I scoreless. Bob Blass yielded the pitched walked the last three inningsand Boston 4.3.Marichal. worked three in- After picking up single runs

A's lone run In the seventh. I one. in the second and third innings,
The Senators scored five runs nings, threw 26 pitches, faced a
Houk Denies Yanks Pittsburgh, ........ 000 200 480-14 17 0 in the first off Kenneth minimum of nine men and the Cubs roughed Ramos as .
Kansas ........ inning Billy Ott singled for
City 000 DOG 100- 1 6 2 I one run S ikman' .
I Veale Butters, (4), Blass (7) and Pag- Nixon, 20-year-old righthander.Don picked off Frank Malzone, the and Billy Williams doubled for ;
II llaronl, Plaskett (7), Taylor (9); Santiago, Lock singled home one run only Sox batter to get a hit off
Monteagudo (4), Handrahan (7), Landis two more before Santo con-
I(1)) and Bryan. W-Butters, L-Montea- and Brinkman cleared the bases him. nected.

Made Bouton SignFORT gudo.Home runs-Pittsburgh. Clendenon, Al with a 390-foot homer over the Willie Mays got his second Byron Browne's
pinch single
ley. Stargell. left field wall. Brinkman singled I 1 homer of the training season his 225 W. University Avenue
Cards Marlets' home another run in the sev-; first'tlI 1e'up; a'solo shot off losing -I go's produced sixth the inning.first run Rookie In Chica-JimStewart's Free Parking on 1st Federal Bank' Lot

LAUDERDALE, Fla. ., and he told me I could not enth. hurler Jerry Stephenson.The .
(AP) Ralph Houk general fine an unsigned player but thatI Milwaukee 000 000 000-0 1 0 win was the Giants' sixthin third single of the
Washington 500 000 3x *
manager of the New York Yan- could reduce the contract of StartST. Nixon, Kelly (4) and Bailey. HummJti-- ) seven outings. The Red Sox 1 I

kees, denied Saturday that he fer. That's what I did and the !ch and(7)Brumely; Osteen, Retzer Bouldin(5)(4).).W-Osteen Hannan, (7)L- lost their sixth out of seven.

tricked pitcher Jim Bouton into commissioner approved."I PETERSBURG, Fla. Nixon. All three Boston runs came in

ending his holdout and said he, (AP-The St. Louis Cardinals, the seventh off rookie Ron Her-

Houk. should be fired if he did. re-negotiated the contract, held to one pop single for four Tigers Top bel, who relieved Marichal in '

The Yankee executive issueda which Frick said I had a rightto innings, scored all their runs hi Twins 3-2 the fourth and pitched good ball ,
do. I this to Bouton
formal statement in reply to a explained the fifth for a 5-1 -victory over up to the seventh. Carl Yas-

charge that he used unauthor- and he understands" exactly the New York Mets Saturday in LAKELAND, Fla. AP-Bill trzemski, Malzone and Dick Stuart \

ized pressure to force Bouton in- what happened. their Grapefruit League opener.' Roman, rookie first baseman, singled and Bob Tillman

to signing. He said his original The incident resulted from a smashed a two-run double in doubled.San .
ultimatum to Bouton of a $100- holdout by Bouton, a 25-year-old The Cards bunched six of Francisco ., ....110002000-4 f 11
the ninth inning
their nine hits in the decisive that gave the Boston ..'. 000 000 300-3 >
had been misuv. right-hander who won 21 games ,J I
a-day penalty Detroit Tigers a 3-2 victory over Marietta) Herbel (4) Llnzy (I) ,
terpreted. and lost seven for the Yankees inning when right-hander Tracy Crandall; Stephenson Lamabe (5), Ra- 't"S >
the Minnesota Twins in the datz (S) and Tillman. Marichal. L-
Dick Young, writing in the last season. Stallard tired. Jack Fischer, Sephenson. 74
who Stallard Grapefruit League opener Sat- Home runs-San Francisco, Mays.
replaced balked
Bouton demanded 100 ,
New York Daily News said a per urday. y'yr"tFvx
cent raise his 1963 salary home the final run.
llouk's action was taken despitea over Roman, who drove in all three Colts WinFrom
warning from CommissionerFord of $10,000. Houk refused to go ..
Ray Sadecki, Cardinal south- Detroit' runs, slammed a driveto .
Frick that such a move highe than 80 per cent, or $18- who .
paw, gave up an unearnedrun the right field wall off Chuck PhilsCLEARWATER

was not legal. 000.The in the fifth, doubled home Nieson, third Minnesota pitcher,

Houk presented his position general manager threat- the first two Cardinal runs. He with the bases filled in the Fla. (AP-) ,
ened to deduct from the of-
with a formal statement after $100 and Bob Gibson did not give
upa ninth.
Four home the
runs powered
Yankees their first fer for day that Bouton i
the lost ex- every
hit after Ernie
Broglio was Rookie Tony Oliva hit a home Houston Colts to a 10-9 victory
hibition of the to the stayed from camp after I i
game year away touched for four safeties in the run with one on for the Minne- over the Philadelphia Phillies
Baltimore Orioles, 3-1. midnight last Wednesday. I I
first three innings.New sota
runs. the teams
Saturday as opened
He said: Bouton immediately flew down
from his home in Ridgewood, York (N) 000 010 000-1 4 0 The victory went to Fred their exhibition baseball season.I!
"I should be fired myself if I .
St. Louis 000 050 OOx 5
Gladding, fourth Detroit pitcher Each collected 12 hits. The! i'
did anything like that. I called N.J., and signed for Houk's Stallard Fisher (j). Locke (I) and Con.der. 1 i, r -
Cannlzzaro (5), Stephenson (8)); Brog and Nieson was the loser. Phillies also had three homers.! dacron
Commissioner Frick at Bel Air, figure. lio. Sadeckl (4) Gibson (7). Coker and #
I"r" Ricketts (7). W-Sadeckl L-Stallard. Frank Lary pitched the first The Colts had three emergenCOMFORT' -
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Lead at St. Pete HAl worsted rw/S

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. I place was Rex Baxter Jr. of for Easter pi. ,

(AP-Australian Bruce Devlin !Amarillo, Tex., who shot a four-

stretched his lead in the $25,000St. under-par 68 for a 207. .
/ I ; 1
Petersburg Open Saturday in Tied at 208 were Dan' Sikes, 14iEa -V
1 the color the
I a third round featuring a pair 'Jack Nicklaus and Don Fair- _, weight -

I of holes-in-one. field. Nicklaus, the pretournament is right 'round
favorite had four-under-
Devlin shot a three-under-par a

69 on a windy day when most par 68. I I V-Matic collar
ot the scores were closer to par Campbell, Butch Baird, Jacky I

72. It gave him a 54-hole total of Cupit and Terry Dill were tied

202, five strokes ahead of his at 209, seven strokes behind I I in cool short sleevesin ;

nearest rival going into Sun- Devlin. When you consider its weather-resis

day's final round. Devlin's five-stroke margin is #

Joe Campbell and Dick How- the largest a third round leader Spinsmooth tance its all temperature comfort and f.

ell had the holes-in-one. Both hit I has carried into a final round in luxurious appearance, our dacron-
five-iron shots the any PGA tournament his year. .
on 190-yard ..'
seventh hole that bounded into of no-iron batiste r 6+,vi worsted suits are unbeatable. A wise

Harness Races :>. ,
the cup. Easter choice that you'll go right on
r PGA officials could not recall Aids !

the time when.. two aces were recorded Charity wearing.
on the same -hole- in- the New, this summer! Our A.-.U-.JI'JV.M.Iic--t.; I From $59.95
ORLANDO-Ben White Race-
same round of a tournament Manhattan V-Matic Spin-

They were the third and fourth way features horness horse ac; smooth batiste shirts-the e e It!!
lion Saturday, March 21, as the #
recorded in 10 PGA tourna- wash-wear wonders with the 1
Orlando Matinee Club presents
ments this year. eight exhibition races. :I collar that adjusts itstlf invisibly -

Neither did the competitorsmuch Scheduled for 2 p.m., the : as you adjust your tie .:.. .=_ rrraa+HC.r+
good. in witha
came races will be sponsored by the knot. Even in a breeze-weight
70 for a 212 total Campbell Winter Park Elks Club with fabric such as this Spin-

had a 71 for 209. all proceeds going to the Harry smooth 100% Belfast cotton .T. 3e&mani

Devlin had his good moments Anna Crippled Children's Hospital spins dry ready to wear, stays .1 .
and his bad. His Sitv
game suddenlywent
in mum
wrinkle fret all day lo"- !
sour on the front nine Admission is $1 and childrenare

when he bogied No. 8 and No. 9. permitted to attend the no $5.00 ;

"I thought I had let it slip a betting race program. I 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

bit," he said at the end of the, Two-year olds will dominate I Free Parking on the Huge First Federal Lot
round. But he birdied the 10th most of eight races: and a tree Parking on Huge 1st Fed. Bank Lot

and had little trouble thereafter. ial 'parade of champions"spec-I 225 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.ir .

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Gator Nine Loses Two to, MiamiMIAMI 1 -


After dropping two affair. da's record at'3-2 for the season decisions. Eggart came back to 1 I Florid lbrts First Came Miami brh :

lose games to Miami Friday Both games Saturday were and the Gators swing right into start the nightcap but lasted only Creese 2b 4 0 0 Mitchell 2b 400 _
Morcroft ss 310 Reisman 3b 402
light and in the first game of a scheduled as seven-inning con- Southeastern Conference play until the third. Elliott 3 02 Eich Ib 413 _

twin bill Saturday, Florida's tests. The first one went eight Monday ,and Tuesday in home The Gators who had made I Shannon Blomgren Ib 303 400 Yanowitz Green cf rf 41 401 1 :

3ators: broke loose for a 13-7 .and the second six before being games with Vanderbilt. I Monfery 3b 300 Foster If 301 2\\ _
in and Duncan 200 Vinci ss 300
innings !
victory to salvage one contest called by darkness. only eight runs Porter c 301 Bertani c 3 0 2.Blggart .
ut of the three with the Hurri- Elmer Harris hurled Friday i Charley Anderson started Fri just three in their last 30, broke I p 100 Ward p 100

anes. night's win for Miami and Bill day's game for the Gators and loose with five in the first inningof Pendley Doyeson p If 200 100 Fitzgerald Siegler p p 000 100:

night Miami gained aH Grey won the first game Satur-' Adrian Zabal finished up. Jim the second game Saturdayand Eggart p 000 Grey p '000 t
Friday Totals 29 1 6 Totals 31 210 ______
win at Miami Stadium andn day in relief. Don Pendley, al Biggart opened in Saturday'sfirst got seven more in the fourthas Florida ................000 001 000-1 \

the first game Saturday at sophomore, got the Florida win,i game but Danny Eggart, they unleashed a 15-hit at- Miami RBI-Bertani.......Blomgren.............010 Yanowitz.000 001-2 Er. \

!UM Field the 'Canes scored aM also in relief. I the third Gator pitcher, took the tack. Miami made four errorsin rors Shannon Bertani. Double plays-

victory in an extra-inning The three-game set left Flori-: loss in relief, his first in threea the nightcap. I Morcroft.Vinci and Creese Eich. Left and on Shannon.Base-Florida Mitchell 7

I Miami 7. Stolen Bases Etch 3 Porter. \
Balks-Ward. Passed Balls Porter. Tune -
220. _
DukeRomps Pitching Summary: '
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Baggart 4 6 1 1 1 2 _
Pendley 31.3 3 1 1 0 0
Eggart 0 1 0 0 0 0 1' I
Ward 51-33 1 1 3 1
Fitzgerald 1-3 1 0 0 0 1 -, #______1
Siegler 2 2 0 0 0 1 '
Grey 1-30 0 0 0 0

mi4Es Second Game -
Florida ab r b Miami ab r h iirDanny

10154By By Golly
:reese 2b 322 Mitchell 201Monrery3b ,
__ 4 1 1 Warren Ib 100
Elliott cf 42 1 Reisman 3b 2b 3 2 1Blomgrenrf
322 Eich Ib 36 31 1 Turner of Palatka, No. 11, was bumped by Daytona Beach's Max

KEN ALYTA Duncan Shannon Ib 320 432 Yanowitz Green cf rf 423 300Norcrottss Boales and converted his free throw. But the Sand Crabs beat the Braves, 49-

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP-Duke) ;- >\ _1r I Porter Ic 402 402 Williams Foster If If 000 1 1 1 41, in an A semi-final game Friday night. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). I

100 Bertanl c 3 0 11Phallnes
Eggart p
demolished Connecticut with a iirnq p 000 Popovich COO 0

62 point first half Saturday night Pendley 3 1 3 Cincl Hines ss p 301 000 Pensacola Stuns Cocoa I

and went on to bury the Huskies GreypFitzgerald p 000

under a 101-54 avalanche to retain Ward p 100 ,
Totals 33 13 15 Totals 26710
its NCAA Eastern Regional Florida ....................501 700-131 I (Continued from Page 01) Star forward Terry Akins I Schaefer and Paul Mam-!
.. ... .......
basketball championship.Duke Miami .. ... .501 100- 7
I picked up his fourth foul as the owski paced Miami with 14
will play the Mideast Duncan Mor- said, "We thought we'd be
RBI-Blomgren 3 first quarter ended and sat out '
Regional champion in the national -: croft 4. Green, 'Foster 2, Vinci 2. Elliott able to take 'em as soon as we the next eight minutes. 'I apiece. The foul-plagued Akins,

semifinals at Kansas City ;Vax&ftt_.. :.T1*" .* v? v ,. **< /V'x>w5 -* 3 v"5 4c 2. Pendley 2. got the lead." was held to seven markers.
Errors Hines Blomgren Reisman But, the wiry 6-2 ace came

next Friday night. Elch Double Fitzgerald.Plays Creese and Shannon A basket by Bob Seemer and back to play the second half. Akins and Schaefer were

Jeff Mullins hit 11 of 15 first % f* Mitchell and Shannon.Vinci and Eich. Montgomery two free throws by substitute Cocoa took a three-point lead named to the first Miami All-

half shots and scored 30 points Left on Base-Florida 5 Miami 6. Dale Burns carried Cocoa to an into the final period but quicklylost City team announced last week.In .

before leaving the game with GHS Runner Out at Third croft.Two-Base Hits Porter 2, Vinci. Mor- exciting 44-43 upset victory over it in the nip and tuck last the other semifinal gamein
the last of the
6:30 to play, .Stolen Bases Class AA Pensacola knockedoff
Creese Vinci. Pend Miami Senior in the semifinals minutes of play. ,
Duke starters to be pulled by ley.Hit 41-40 ad- powerful Hillsbor-
by Pitcher By Pendley (Elch) Frday night. Miami grabbed a Tampa
Coach Vic Bubas. Ed Pavelka of Gainesville High is thrown out at third base in yesterday'sCane :
Wild Pitches Grey Phalines. left two ough 7355.It .
Villanova clinched third place opener with Jacksonville Lee. The Generals won, 53. (Sun photo by Eddie Attendance 900. Senior entered the contest witha vantage with 1:32 little on Chuck I ,
free by
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with a 54-62 victory over Princeton Davis). IP HRERBBSO 24-1 record and the No. 1 Schaefer before Seemer and was the 14th straight win

as Wally Jones scored 12 of Eggart 2 7 6 5 1 0 ranking in the state. for the short but spirited Pensa-
Phalines 1 1 0 0 1 0 Burns took over.
his 34 points in the last seven GHS Nine Pendley 3 2 1 1 2 2 Seemer scored from under- Guard Harry Dunn pacedthe cola team.
Seabreeze Wins Hines 1.32 5 4 1 0
minutes to lead the Wildcats, Grey 2134 neath with 37 seconds remaining -
1 1 0 1 Cocoa scorers with 14 points, Big Lead
No. 7 in the nation from behind. Siegler 1-33 3 3 0 0
Loses 5.3 Fitzgerald 0 2 4 2 0 0 and Burns calmly baggedtwo and Seemer followed with 13. The victors jumped off to a
Ward 3 4 0 0 0 2 free shots with 24 seconds Bob Stinnett also chipped in with commanding 14-6 first
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GHS Fifth Friday Night Game left.Miami 11. vantage, expanded it to 36-23 at
vantage. Rollyson an unbelievable Florida ab b Miami ab h
in the other Class A semi- r r jumped off to 15-9 Floor Standout halftime and rode
Beach a
21 of the first half To Jax Lee Creese 2b 3 0 0 Mitchell 2b 4 0 iMorecroft home easily.
final clash. ss 5 0 0 Reisman 3b 4 0 0 I first quarter lead but then had Dunn, a 6-3 senior, was a Tommy Lee, a slender 6-2 cen-
points. Elliottcf 4 0 2 Green cf 4 1 I ,
In Blumgren rf 5 0 1 Etch 1b 4 1 2 to hang on to leave the courtat standout driving and shooting ter, was the Pensacola leader
Opening The 6-3 center-forward pumped The victors picked up another Jacksonville Lee pushed over -Shannon lb 4 1 1 Foster If 4 0 1 halftime with a 25-25 dead jump shots in addition to his with 27 points. Tiny 5-8 guard
in 35 nine field point in the third quarter and Monfery 2 0 0 Lanowitz 301
points on
four runs in.the second inning Duncan 4 0 0 Vinci ss 400 lock. flawless floor game.Hawks' Jody Skelton gave support with
goals and an amazing 17 of 17 then had to hang on against a. and Porter 2 0 0 Bertanl 300Andersonp
Track Meet went on to a 5-3 baseball win 19 markers.
fourth quarter by Riviera. 2 0 0 Harris p 302
from the foul line. surge
Gainesville School I-Pendley 0 0 0
High Hillsborough loser of
only one
Bill Whitman Riviera
The went into overtime paced Zabalap 100
ORLANDO-Gainesville High when Riviera game came back strongin 'with 20 points, and Bill Stans- Field.yesterday afternoon at Harris Totals 32 1 4 Totals 33 3 8 Cage Ace game standout prior to Friday night, gota

School finished fifth Saturday in field followed with 16.Nicholson. a-Walked for Anderson In sixth. performance from
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the third annual Winter Park- up 44-44. The 'Canes led 2-0 thanks to Miami ..,.............200 000 10x-3
Kiwanis Invitational track meet. Rollyson hit six of six free a two-run triple by shortstop RBI Eich. Foster, Green. pumped in 12 field goals and
Errors Creese Anderson More- Is Cuban five free throws for 29 points.
The event was held at the new throws in the overtime to push Pete Roberts in the first frame. croft. Bertao. Elch. RefugeeBy

Orlando Evans High School as- Plant City to the victory. But the Generals bounced back Double Plays Anderson and Shan 1 CCOA Dunn. 5-4-14; Seemer.ff'W .
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phalt track. Big LeadPlant with five singles, walk and a non.Left on Base Fla. 11. Miami 7. l-11i Tucker. '"; Bums, 0-2-2. Totals -
Marcus Jones was the only City outscored Riviera Hopes to Cut sacrifice in the second for a Two-Base Three-Base Hits Hits- Harris.Eich. MARTY SCHRAM Monte, a senior at Santa Fe, MIAMI. 14-16-44.HIGH Schaefer. 5-4-14
GHS winner he took the 120- Sun Sports Writer lives with a guardian in Winter Malinowskl 7-0-14; Wonsik. 12 ;
as 16-8, in the second period to take 4-2 lead. GHS scored its final Sacrifices Montgomery.Stolen ; Govoerkar.
Bases Elliott Sh.Dun Haven and commutes 13 milesa 1-0-2; Miller. 04-0: Kelly. l-o.
yard high hurdles in 15.1 Jones run in the bottom of the secondon can, Creese Mitchell.- Some things just don't add up 4; Calo. o-O-O; Akins. 317. Totals.'
Cantrell, 411-1J Down Whiffs to school. He l.S43.Cocoa.
SEABREEZE ; day acknowledges -
finished fourth in the low a hit batter infield out and Passed Balls Porter. "
Boales 2-0-4; Hayes. 4-2-10; Brad to "good basketball potential. S 16 13 1-44
hurdles, his specialty. I 12 ley;, 0-2-2 Bergengren; Walser,022.0-0-0;Totals.Danko, 14-21-4-4-, sacrifice fly. Lee wound up the Attendance 1.099.IP HRERBBSO Like the fact that a kid has problem that the language but "now was I feel at firsta Miami Officials High Hllaman and 15 Long.10 10 1-41

GHS totaled 34 points to trail 49.PALATKA I By JACK HAND scoring with an unearned run Anderson (L, 0-1) 5 5 2 1 0 3 never played the before. very PENSACOLA Lee. S-ll-27, Leach
M-5 Man-, Zabala 3 3 1 1 1 2 game much at home 3-1-7
Stevens. ; speaking Englishall ; Slayton 3-2-8; Bauer 1-0-2; Staples
winning Winter Park, 49; Jax gum 5-0-10; Turner 22-6; Whitaker, Associated Press Sports Writer in the fifth. Harris (W, 1-0) 9 4 1 1 1 7 And that he's in a foreign coun- 0-22., Skelton., 4-11.19; Luthe
3-2-8; Porter. S-M1 Jacoway 0-M; the time. wood 1... Totals, 203373.
Forrest 46 42 and SARASOTA Fla. APDaveNicholson
; Leesburg, ; ( is
where the language HILLSBOROUGH
Payne. 0-0-0. Totals. Lee try, Jackson. 1--$;
Jax Englewood, 39. Score by quarters: is a man with a collected 10 hits off GHS and the customs are Misses Parents Mock, 04-0; Winkles 00; Elliott
Seabreezee 7 6 It lfr-49 hurler strange 2-0-4; Atkinson 0-0-0; Owens. 12+29
John Combs Starke ;
Kirk Sutton finished third in Palatka 13 8 10 10-41 problem. He strikes out too could Cops stranger where the kid is The star cager hasn't seen Tompkins 1.....; Gulda 2-7-11 Fern..
Officials: Pace and Stoeckel. do little outside of the second ndez ,0-04; Tennant 0-0-0 Clark, 00
the hurdles and much. In fact he struck
high second in out
PLANT CITY Danley. 1 35; so separated from his parents and his parents in twoandahalfyears 0. Totals 18-1V-55.
the low hurdles. GHS finished Rollyson 9-17-35; Ayscue. 1-0-2; Gale. often last with the Chi- inning. Score by quarters:
year homeland the fickle fortunesof ; they're still in Cuba unable -
0-3-3; Ward 23-7; Traxler 0-0-0. To 5 Firsts In by Pensacola 14 22 10 27-71
second in the 440-yard relay, tals 13-26-52. 7- cago White Sox that he set a GHS managed six hits off Elli- politics.But to join their son in the Hillsborough Officials 6 17 14 14--a
RIVIERA BEACH Stansfield ; Blair end Landers.
fourth in the distance medley 2-16; Whitman. 6-8-20; Lee. 0-2-2; San. new major league record of son of the Generals with Roberts such was the case of United States. He has spoken

relay, fourth in the mile relay. tiago.worth 1-0-2 3-0-6;; Garrett Higgins. 1-0-2.0-0-0 Totals.; Houlds-18- 175. It is not something to be getting a pair. Deese, Moore and Track Event I Mario Monte, a gangly Cuban with them a couple of times, In

Boyd Welsch was fourth in the 12-48.Score by quarters: proud of. McCullough had two hits each refugee of two-and-a-half years though, and keeps up a written Olympics

pole vault and Hulslander fin- Plant City 10 16 12 6 8-52 The new strike zone may for Lee. correspondence."

ished fifth in the same event. Riviera Officials Beach: Shepard and 10 8 Kaufman.11 15 4-43 have had nothing to do with it I PANAMA CITY Starke finished ago.And this is the same Mario "Sure I miss my folks," Monte STOCKHOLM (AP) A, 62

-- --- but it is a matter of record that The 'Canes will go to Live Oak I third in a quadrangular Monte who led his Lakeland says, "and I dream of the day year-old retired Swedish arms

three men broke the old American -Tuesday for their next game.Jax .track meet Saturday at Tommy Santa Fe team into the state when we'll be together again. colonel will compete in the To

Being Coach's Son League record. Don Lockof Lee abrhcHS abrh Oliver Stadium but picked up Class B championship game this But in the meantime, we all kyo Olympic Games this Octo

Washington had 151 and Sauls Deese Ib 401 3O2aFulIer Culpepper 300 100 five first places in the meet. have to do the best we can. And ber.

Dick Stuart of Boston 144. Don Moore ss 302 Eckdahl If 210 I weekend.He Learned Fast the folks in Winter Haven and Henri St. Cyr will be In th
Rhodes 4 1 1 Hamilton 100 Bay High of Panama City
Clendenon of Pittsburgh set a Andrews 310 Hipp 2b 311 .won with 86 points. Rutherfordof For a fellow who had never Lakeland have been just won- dressage event of the quesu-iai
No Here National League high strik-II Wages 300 Roberts 402 "
by derful to
basketball before coming me.
Handicap played He will ride
competition. Gas
McCullough 3b 312 Pavelka Ib 301 Panama City had 68%, Starke
ing out 136 times. Richardson 2b 3 0 1 Guenther 301 in 1961 Monte plans to to
Ellison p 221 Summerlin c 210 52; and Perry, 36%. to the United States go college pari, owned by the Swedish"gov
'It did bother lot
me a learned fast. upon graduating from high
Leggett 301 Monte ernment.
I Chuck Schaefer Is a basket- unique problem he is the Nicholson said at the White i. Deas Combs p 200 IOC Hal Lawson won the mile In This past season he led his school, "but I'm not sure just St. Cyr has competed -in al

ball player who averages 16.5 coach's son.Stingaree Sox training camp. "But it's allover Totals 28 510 Totals 2736 4:42 and the 88 in 2:02.7. Tom Crimson Hawk five with a 22- where..I've written to several, five Olympic since the 1961

points a game. He's a steady coach Vince Schae- now as far as I am con-' a b safe Struck on out error for for Eckdahl Culpepper In 7thc In 7th Gardner took the discus with a point season average. And in but haven't received any an- games in Berlin. He has woi

play-making guard who was top fer cerned. You can't let a thing Struck out Combs in 7th throw of 144 feet 9 inches and seta contest swers."
maintains that his semi-final state
son got Lee .......................040 001 0-5 three gold medals, was fourtl
scorer in his final game for "the' regular treatment duringhis like that get you. Everybody GHS ......................210 000 0-3 new record for the stadium in against Billiard, he topped all once and fifth once.
Miami High Friday night. high school career nothing knows I wasn't trying to strike winning the shot at 51 feet 1% scorers with 30 points. I Dobsoii Tops

But throughout his high school more, nothing less." out."The Anna Lee's inches. Starke also took the mile Throughout the year, the 6-4, ,

career, Schaefer has had a And Stingaree guard Chuck whole thing did puzzleme. relay in 3:36.3. 175-lb. senior was the numberone Condor Loop Linden Dies

I'd get my hits. I had 22 rebounder and floor
Schaefer seconds team a
the comment
home runs and drove in 70 502 Is HighAnna Bill Phillips was second in Tom Dobson was high in the TORONTO (AP) Don l..

Jackson's 579 coach"On -the not court, he dad was" my runs. Still I was striking out. I the shot put and fifth in the leader How in did general.he learn so much so Condor Precision League at Stacey Linden, 86, winner of sea

my says Something was haywire but it J. Lee of Adams Insur- discus throw. Larry Crawford Palm Lanes yesterday with a ond place in the 1,500-meter il
Chuck. "And at home he quickly?
Best in Mixed was takes time find finished third in the 440 and 551 set on 210-169-172. Randall the world
my dad not my coach." to out. A coupleof ance led the Pin Topplers loopat "Coach (John) Mack has spentan track meet at Athenin
other broke the record Richard Crews was fourth in Beggs had a 213 high anda 1906 died late
Fears Unfounded guys Palm Lanes with a 502 on awful lot of time working game Friday following
George' Jackson posted a 579! too. I think there 10 the 220. 547 while Karl Thompson had a heart attack. He
were or games of 166-168-168. Barbara with the Eng waswidly ;
But. Chuck adds that at first me, explained
on games of 224-155-200 to lead more over 100 in our league. Hutchinson had 535 as did Louie Davis. known in United States rad
177 The Tornadoes
a high finished Cuban."He's .
he thought that having a fatheras game. second lish speaking young
the Night Mixed Leagueat
Friday "The only thing I can do is Fred Mason Contractor had a in the of Wanda Hines paced the girls I circles.
head basketball coach might 880-yard relay and showed me a lot things
Palm Lanes. Davis
with 411 and Connie Whitman
had a 235 high game with a 567< cause some trying or embarrassing keep swinging and trying to hit 2316 series and an 836 high gam I second in the sprint medley re that I just couldn't have pickedup had 410.Hdrnies. '
,situations. his the ball. Maybe: I was lookingFor Marion Davis made 3-7 lay. "
and Harvey Thomas totaled 563. But fears something too good, getting: split. by myself. had a 2184 series and Cops Crown
turned out to be unfounded.
Corrie led the
Hayes women too choosy. I was called out a I Strike Terrors a 759 high game.

with a 493, Shirley Glafcke hada "I've been" around basketball lot. Maybe I'll have to go for; Dobson made the 9-10 split. AUCKLAND, New Zealan
461 as did Nita Thomas. Mrs.Ha'es all my life, says Chuck, "andI (AP-Tuna Scanlan of Net

had a 187 high game. knew what was right and what the first two. When you'restriking Zealand won the British Empir

Life of Georgia Insurance roll- was wrong. So I fit right in as out a lot you don't get Friday'sCage middleweight boxing champiot

ed 2184 and had a 782 high game. a typical player. I made mis- any break from those um: ship Saturday with a split IS
pires. I remember in Balti-
takes and chewed out one ,
got -
round decision
Harvey Thomas made the 5-7 : over Gomo
more when they called me out
split. just as the other guys did. Scores Brennan of the Bahamas.. N-
on a pitch by Steve Barber
Chuck hit 14 points in his weights were given.
team's losing 44-43 effort to Cocoa that almost hit the ground."

Gets Invite in the AA semi-finals to Nicholson is the boy who was State HIGH .T SCHOOL..rn m.nt

wind up his high school career. paid over $100,000 to sign a I Pensacola 73. Tampa Class AA Hnisborough 55 CampbelltonContinued
LAUSANNE Switzerland contract with the Baltimore I Cocoa 44, Miami High 43
And he's looking ahead, not be- ; i ) Class A
(AP-Otto) Mayer, chancellor of hind. Orioles in 1958. The Orioles : Plant City 52 Riviera Beach 41 ( on Page 06))

the International Olympic Committee "I believe that you can't continue traded him to Chicago a year It Daytona(overtime Seabreeze) 49, Palatka! 41
said ago with Ron Hansen Pete Class B gee, led the Santa Fe scorer:
Saturday Indonesiahad reliving the ,
disappointinggames Zephyrhills 43 Madison 47
been invited to compete in over and over in your Ward and Hoyt Wilhelm for Mount Dora 54. Malone 53 30 points, and Mike Monte

the Tokyo Games this year provided mind. Losing to Cocoa didn't Luis Aparicio and Al Smith. Campbellton 53.Class Lake C Placid 41 chipped in with 22.
Lakeland Santa Fe 63. Paul Haddock led Hilliai
Milliard 62 .
it would promise to live end basketball -
my playing days, COLLEGE with 21 points.CAMPBELLTON.
up to the roles.Indonesia I: hope. I plan to come to the Jockey Son NCAA REGIONAL Easier SEMIFINALS Peacock. >M1

was banned from University of Florida and will r Duke 17. Villanova 73 WIlliams, 4-4-12; Longshore 64-1
Connecticut 52 Princeton 50 Redmond 4-2-10; Widdon M,
the Olympics in 1962 because it try tit make the team there." I Like FatherSAN : Mideast Payne 044. Totals. >> -'X
refused to invite Ohio U. tS. Kentucky 4* LAKE PLACID Hendrix 44
and Formosa Sloan ImpressedOne Michigan 84 Chicago Loyola M 14; Rozer 044; Sapp 8544.t
to the Midwest 0-2-2; Bollard, 444; Eckles. ..... Tl
Asian for
of the Florida
games political Gym spec- JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) Kansas St. U. Texas West. 60 tab, 181243.Score .
reasons. tators at the Miami High-Cocoa -When jockey Angel Cordero Wichita ..... Creighton 61 by quarters:
Far West Camptellton 17 11 t 16-
game was Florida coach Norm Jr. won the George Washington San Francisco 64, Utah St. 51 Lake Placid I 14 17 *-

Tourney SitesNEW I Sloan. And the Gator cage mentor Clasico here on Feb. 22 he duplicated UCLA ,5.NCAA Seattle Small 90 CollegeCkamplius1ip Shepard Offlcato; Kaufman and Feat

was impressed with the 5-10 the efforts of his grandfather ( ) LAKELAND SANTA FE McCtW
Evansvllle 72, Akron 9* nan 044; Mlslaszek. 1-3-fc Monte., 1
YORK (AP-The Se- .Miami guard. also Angel Cordero, who (Third Place) 4-30; R. Stanton. 044; J. Stanton
wickley Heights Pa. Golf I Nortn Carolina A&T 91... State Collegeof 1-5; Mohler 10-2-227 Newton. ..-.. 1
Club "Schaefer played a fine game rode the winner in the 1914 in Iowa 72 tals 25-1343.
will be the scene of the 1966women's 'for Miami Sloan NAIA HILLIARD N. Conner .*-V)
said. He's a augural. ....
CSemiftMls) Copps. .U; Crews 1-2-4; Davis
national amateur I good player with both natural Aguila was the winning horse The End, of the Line Pan American 5*, Carson Newman. 04; Haddock 9-3-211 Hlgglnbothaav.
Tenn. 34Rockhurst 0-2; Howard. 34-4; West. 044; T Co
championship, the U.S. Golf Association ability and brains he knows 50 years ago while Teseo was U, Emporta St. 61 nero 040. Totals 241442.

said Saturday. The the game well." first across the finish line this Halfback Jerry Newcomer of the Whites is stopped after a short gain. Whites I, National Basketball PRO AssaciatiM Lakeland Score by quarters: f 22 15 ,1-.

dates will be Aug. 813. .MARTY SCHRAM year. beat Blues, 19-17. (Sun photos by Eddie Davis). Loa Detroit Angeles 133. Philadelphia 112. San Francisco 122 lOt i HiUlard Officials: Pact end 20 Stoeckel.Ii" 19 13. U,

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; Calendar Of Events at American 12:30 a.m.Association, Holiday Inn.of University !- [ Lee-Townserfd Nuptials Rea'dCROSS 1

\ Women Luncheon
Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria. CREEK Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lee of] THE GAINESVILLE NURSING

:Mrs. James D. Lee were married Johnson. I 1
J MONDAY, March 16 Place. Gainesville Junior Woman's Gainesville Junior Woman's s
February 11 in Nahunta The newlyweds are making CENTERA
i. 3 University Women's Club, Chapter I, PEO 10 a. m., Club, Orientation meeting for Club, Charity Cabaret, "Nep- their home at Lake Winnot I. I
Mrs. H. S. Wolfe, 2115 NW 7 new members, 10 a.m., Club- tune's Kingdom", 9 p. m., Ga. modem nursing home with old fashion nursing '
t' j ';;,;:Sleepy Time Down South, 3 Lane house.- Moose Lodge.Gainesville where Mr. Lee is employed by care. ';
I, r fJn-f Faculty Club. Dr. Wilse The bride, formerly Miss An- Edgar Kaolian Company
I;, 3 it;:*- Webb, guest speaker and Gainesville Woman's Club, division -I Gainesville Library Advisory Horse Show, 10 nette Townsend, is the daughterof We have new wing ready for occupancy. Moderate .j.1'
: :':music by choral group. of Literature, Book Re-, Board, 8 p.m., Gainesville Pub- ajn., 1:30 and 7:30 p.m., Wai- Yolk Filling rates. Local, professional ownership and management. t
Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Townsendof
do Road
: Gainesville Newcomers Club, view, 2 p.m., Mrs. R. Eugene lic Library. i Grounds.
{ : T:3O: p.m., City Recreation Cen- Rutland, guest reviewer. I I Little Women Fashion Show, Cross Creek. Pretty color: finely grated CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING :
. : ter. Delta Kappa Gamma, 7:30 12:30 p.m., Gainesville Wom- I.carrot added to the yolk fillingfor PHONE FR 6-6214
Democratic Women's Club,I p. m., Mrs. Margaret Goggins, an's Clubhouse. The bridegroom is the son stuffed eggs. r
I' : -?' St. Jude's Circle of St. Pat- Board meeting, Mrs. LyleN. 4024 NW 15th Street. I ,J

i =rick's Church, 8:30 p.m., Mrs. McAlister, 2712 SW 5th PL Chapter CQ, PEO, 8 p. m., ...:.........
=::Connie Tucker, 929 NE 10th University City Bridge Club, Miss Caroline Ferguson, 1326 -. .
." Place. 7:45 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW NE 14th Terrace. 'V-. .. HOURS 10:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M.
Women of the Moose, 8 p.m., 15th Terrace. Friends of the' Library, Executive .., ,.
; ,Moose Lodge.University University of Florida Dames Board Meeting, 9:30a. ,
Women's Club, Fashion Show, 8 p.m., University m., Mrs. J. D. Winefordner, e.\
j j Choral Group 2 p.m., Clubhouse Auditorium. 1023 NE 21st Avenue. .
and 3 p.m., Faculty Ladies Monthly Bridge and :. Gainesville Horse Show 1:30( :.' ._ i
'.. .Club. Luncheon, 10:30 a.m., Gaines.: and 7:30 p.m., Waldo Road :: ', .
j University City Bridge Club, ville Golf and Country Club. Show Grounds. THE STORE WITH MORE .
i ;,. '.1:30 p.m., Faculty Club. THURSDAY, March 19 FRIDAY:. March 20 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER .JI .. ..
.' :: Gainesville Woman's Club, Gainesville Chapter 44, OES, United Church Women, 10 I 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ....,.' ., ....
=-8:30: a.m., Art Class, Clubr1 -' Obligation Night, 8 p.m., Mas- a.m., Holy Trinity Episcopal ......
:house.L. I onic Temple.St. Church preceeded by executive i. Ms
I -: Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 Theresa's Circle of St. Pa board meeting, 9 aon.
pjn., 316 NE First Street. i trick's Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. Gainesville Bridge Club, 9
i ? Creative Dance Class conducted James F. Collins, 3825 SW 5th a. m., Holiday Inn.
I by Margaret H'Doubler'l Place. Gainesville Woman's Club,
1 -.7. p. m., High University of Florida Agricul- Bridge Party, 1:30 p.m., Club-
f .School. tural Women's Club, Tea 3 to house. t
.TUESDAY, March 17 5 p.m., Mrs. J. R. Beckenbach, Gainesville Horse Show, 1:30: +
T.7 Northwest District of the As.6Ociation 2126 NW 11th Avenue. and 7:30 p.m., Waldo Road
of Florida Hospital Soil Conservation Service Show Grounds. I
Auxiliaries, 9:30: a.m., Coffee, Wives Club, 10 a.m., Mrs. Rob- SATURDAY March 21
i lobby of J. Hillis Miller ert Fulmer Mrs. Howard Biss- Awards Breakfast, Gaines-
I. .Health Center, Luncheon following land and Mrs. David Dishong I ville Horse Show 10:30 p.m.,
N morning meeting, 1 p. m., 3001 NE 14th Drive. with buffet breakfast served
,t 'University Inn.
1 'I St. Ann's Circle of St. Pat

rick's-Church, 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ie : : : ; ; ;
E. A. Lynn, 929 NW 22nd AROUND tbV01U."P
Street. E ASTER
Woman's Club
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Election, Noon, Park Lane
Cafeteria. II onaFonr Winds WORLD CRUISE thaiit fakes If :

Gainesville Rose Society, 1 8 16 pages in our brochure to describe J \ '

I' p. m., Community Room, Guar 55 EXCITING DAYS U'. ., _..
!: anty Federal Savings and Loan Cruise aboard famous luxury liners of three different flags and discover the 1E
.. Building, Dr. Sam E. McFad- great cities of the world. Four Winds tours combine leisurely ocean voyage Salute and the (
ing with penetrating shore visits.You stay at the best hotels*really see each spring put finishing 4 I
den, speaker. country,meet its people,share its excitement. touches on Easter with parade-perfect
Junior Welfare League Board, .
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11:30 a.m., Mrs. Earl Scarbor- FESTIVE ITINERARY accessories from our collection of 1,
See Earopevthe Mediterranean Mid-East,Pakistan,India the entire Orient l1j
\ ough, 2707 SW 3rd Place. featuring 5 day in Hong Kong 9 in Japan..plus Hawaii and California. smartly styled handbags, gloves, jewelry
University of Florida, Depart- -.ONE LOW FARE COVERS EVERYTHING It and everything else you need to accent
; ment of Music, Concert 8:15 \ ;
{ Auditorium. Best hotels sightseeing excursions and transfers an included in yow anise fashion's soft new styles. \
University .
p.m. fare U day from SJMS. % I
: Lioness Club, Tuesday, 8 SAIL THIS SPRING OR SUMMER
p.m., Mrs. F. W. Wood 1006 Leave Apr. 30, May 14. 23. June 27. July 25. Aug. 26. :
'. NW 14th Avenue. Monthly departures thereafter from San Francisco and New York. : THE "EASTER LOOK"HANDBAGS

Delta Zeta Alumnae Club, 8 t Phone,visit or mail this coupon \ ,
p.m., Mrs. Fletcher, BaldwinJr. !II now for your FREE 16 page brochure complete || ,
., 1804 SW 43rd Avenue. I with maps,photos and dayto-dayIdneraries. I. IN NEW, YOUNG SHAPES '
University Kiwanis L a dies DESIGNED TO COMPLEMENT 'tia
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Night, Gainesville Golf and F 1 YOUR EASTER COSTUME!
Country Club. 1 WORLD TRAVEL : All elegant, all beautiful, from i
WEDNESDAY, March 18 RUR) @ alWSaa 5- the swagger with its two con-
Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30p. ,,ue u SERVICE venient outside pockets, to the I
m., Holiday Inn. WINDS 808 W. UNIVERSITY AVL < slim, streamlined top handle :i
St. Joan's Circle of St. Pate 1a ,frn PHONE Ft 6-4641 styles. In "go with every .r I ISSS

'rick's Church, 8 p. m., Mrs. :....__.___...__......._.______._... ...r.-;-. thing" black patent plastic, '
\ ohn R. O'Malley, 3858 SW 5th Bokaf calf plastic & jubilee
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f II ENGAGEMENTS I Brides'BookTUESDAY Bride-Elect Is Honored ,V\3jf ;

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Postwedding reception honor-
:f ing Mr. and Mrs. Theodore uWya
, Mackie Barber of Knoxville,
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7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. I
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L +* > : : cles and aunts of the bride, 5z '
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-f:b p{., xw Miss Lucienne Pirenian, fiancee ; _' ,
of Robert William Decker -
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I Y'' ,,:..,J. :%. Mrs. F. C. Myers and her

daughter, Mrs. Richard C.
sxy; Jones ill at the forcer's home,
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3207 NW University Avenue.
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Miss Marcia Gail Windham Miss,Mary Jane Ferrazzi Miss Martha Stewart Duke Miss Brenda Phyllis HillOttsStoutamire Tea to honor Miss Karen

r-' Owens, fiancee of Robert R. \

J Rowe, 3:30 to 5:30 pjn., Mrs.L. tt!
II I DukeMcClainThe I / H. Thompson, Mrs. Wilbur :* t

.1 Harling Jr., and Mrs. Hugh
Among the spring brides-to-be feted with a round of pre-nuptial courtesiesis
Simmons at the Thompson
engagement and approaching -Gainesville, attended the Uni- home, 1026 NE Third Street. Miss Karen Owens, shown above third from left, during a recent luncheon
given in her honor at the Gainesville Golf and Club. She is
marriage of Miss versity of Florida, where she THURSDAY, March 19 Country pictured
Duke with the luncheon hostesses, Mrs. Norwood Hope, left, and Mrs. J. F. Hope,
Martha Stewart Cocoa was a member of Chi Omega Post nuptial tea honor- r
right; her mother, Mrs. Karl Owens, at her right, and Mrs. E. R. Rowe, motherof
Beach, of Mr. and She is ing Mrs. Theodore Mackie Bar-
daughter sorority. now employedby
a her fiance, Robert 5. Rowe. The Owens-Rowe wedding will take place March
Mrs. Raymond Innis Matthews, the National Aeronautics ber, the former Miss Frances 27 in the First Presbyterian Church. ..
Kirkpatrick, 4 to 5:30 m.,
i. and Donald Schofield McClain, Space Administration at Cape p.
Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. Har-
St. Simons Island, Ga., son of Kennedy.The ry Norton at the Norton home,

Mrs. Donald Schofield McClainSr. formerly i'W 1704 NW 12th Road.
k5rc I bridegroom-elect -
g ., Atlanta, is announced today Luncheon feting Miss Anne Church S
of Atlanta, is of S SS
a graduate
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by the bride's parents.The Purvis, bride-elect of Billie Nu
1/ ynr S; Emory University. He is a 5 gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson-
will be solemn- '
wedding Field Associate of the Depart- jq x R ville, 12:30 p.m., Mrs. J. N. CirclesTUESDAY
I ized 4 in the lona
April Chapelof
ment of Anthropology of the d Anderson Jr. and Mrs. Charles :
'jII the First I
Presbyteri American Museum of Natural :Hyde, at the Anderson home, S 4 4S
Church at 5 p.m. March 17
History and a member of GoHview Drive.
II Miss Lucile Ann Robarts The bride-to-be, a native of the Explorers Club. Miss Virginia Lee Otts FRIDAY, March 20 GETHSEMANE LUTHERAN S .S
Dinner to compliment Miss CHURCH S
Anne Purvis, bride-elect of 8 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran S

I I '' I Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Church Women, Mrs. 0. W. (
Ferrazzi-Page Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Nestor, 3857 SW 4th Place. 1 S
Grier Kirkpatrick and Mr. and
MOBILE, Ala. Mr. and I ty of Florida, where she was HOLLY HILL Mrs. Virginia year. She is presently employed Mrs. Harry Duncan, 6:30: p.m., FIRST LUTHERAN
r Mrs. William Joseph Ferrazzi president and treasurer of Chi Lee Otts of Holly Hill has announced by the University of Flori Kirkpatirck home, 1023 SW 21st CHURCH ; IROQUOIS CHINAS
She is the engagement and 7:30 p.m., Rachel Circle
Omega sorority. now a da.Mrs. Avenue, Kirkwood. I
G' of Mobile Ala. of
formerly J
teacher in the Mobile Public approaching marriage of her Stoutamire was grad- SATURDAY, March 21 Mrs. Robert Besalski, 518 NW
Gainesville, the
announce School System.Mr. daughter, Miss Virginia Lee uated from Clearwater High Luncheon honoring Miss 35th Terrace. S
i engagement of their daughter, Page attended the Uni- Otts, to Robert Grable Stouta- School and the University of Purvis fiancee of Billie
Jane Anne V \
I( Mary Nelson to versity of North Carolina, mire. son of Mr. and Mrs. DanL. Florida, where he was a mem- Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jack- y SALEENDS
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of Clearwater. ber of Pi
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where he was a member of
Mrs. Lewis
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\ and Mrs. Channing Nelson Kappa Alpha Fraternity. He Miss Otts was graduatedfrom ity. He is now employed by the F. Blalock and Mrs. R. E. I You can dip onion rings in STOCK
is employed as a manufacturer's Mainland High School, University of Florida and Tew, Holiday Inn. slightly beaten egg and then in I y
N.Page C.Miss. Sr. of Southern Pines, representative for the Mals- Daytona Beach, and from the plans to enter the UF Law I Dinner honoring Miss Anne bread crumbs before frying. The I

bary Manufacturing Companyof University of Florida. She wasa School in September. Purvis and her fiance, Billie bread crumbs make a pleasant I SATURDAY, MARCH 21 1S
r Ferrazzi was graduate Memphis.The member of Alpha OmicronPi April 25 has been set as the Nugent Nimnicht Jr., 7 p.m., change from the flour usually I II .
i I ed from Gainesville High wedding will take place Sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsi- date of the wedding, which will Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Beas- :used for the coating. I IExcitinqlv
School and from the Universi in early June.RobartsBergen. lon Little Sister, and served as take place in St. Mary's Epis- ley, 1803 NW Sixth Avenue. I
i a university cheerleader last copal Church, Daytona Beach. I S S Sti

f I Vows

'I" I Hill-Eicheldsderfer I i

, LAKE CITY Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lucile Ann Robarts to Michael .
' George Washington Robarts ofII Christopher Bergen, son Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H.Hill Gainesville High School, where Read
Lake City announce the engagement of: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Christopher announce the engagementof she is a member of Cooperative

of their daughter, Bergen of Miami Beach. their daughter, Miss Brenda Business Education. She In the presence of close ti 1 1y

II Plans have been made for an Phyllis Hill, to James W. will graduate in June. friends, the marriage of Mrs. r.. UfiJc
Her fiance was graduatedfrom Helen .and Jesse Hunt of { .
Torlay !
April 25 wedding at 11 a.m. in ; '
Eichelsderfer, of Mr. and
What's New? the Epiphany' Catholic Churchof Mrs. Windsor T.son Eicheldsderfer Plans Melrose have High been School.made fora Thomasville, Ga., took place y iROCi. ois r III ai J Iroquoiserecnsuea \
Lake City. yesterday morning at 10 o'clock
.I 'Whip Cream'Stretch Miss Robarts was graduated of Lake Santa Fe. June 26 wedding at the in McCaul chapel of the First SitsQG ; &
Miss Hill is a student at Southside Baptist Church.
from Columbia High School, Baptist Church. S
Lake City. She attended An- The ceremony was performedby S
drew College, Cuthbert, Ga.,I Dr. Fred T. Laughon Jr., thing_
t By SALLY TRUITT and was graduated from the Windham-Hensley pastor. you'll be y AFFORD TO USE EVERYDAY S ,

University of Florida Collegeof Attending the couple were enjoyingeven because durability, price and the protection of S If I
.. When you awaken to birds Nursing in 1963. She is employed WILDWOOD Mr. and Mrs. School and attended Jones Business their sons, Maxey Today III on S an unprecedented guarantee make it possible to S
+ singing, flowering trees bursting by J. Hillis Miller Troy M. Windham of Wild- College, Jacksonville She and Jesse Hunt Jr. into own genuine china instead of "china substitutes" \
i with pastel buds, a new Health Center. wood announce the engage- is employed by the law firm Following the nuptial service, S S
.t scent in the air, another spring Mr. Bergen was graduated ment of their daughter Miss Sturgis and Ritter of Ocala. a reception was given by Dr. summer l l'B
has arrived. And with it, an- from St. Patrick's High School Marcia Gail Windham, The bridegroom elect was and Mrs. Felix Muehlner and Beautifulnew S WIDE, WIDE CHOICE OF S

other fashion season arrives in Miami Beach, and Notre Dame to James Roger Hensley, son graduated from Wildwood High Mr. and Mrs. Earl Milliner, who arrivals PATTERNS and SOLID COLORS
t Gainesville.The University, South Bend, Ind.He of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hensleyof School. He attended Mars Hill entertained at the Muehlner daily. Comein S

day begins. .a trip ( will graduate from the Uni- Wildwood.The College, North Carolina and is home. tomorrow
downtown. .a meeting. a versity of Florida Law Schoolin bride elect was graduated now a student at Central Flor Mr. and Mrs. Hunt will reside and make 1 1S

luncheon date. work. Perfect I May. from Wildwood High ,ida Junior College. in Thomasville, Ga., following a your ahuJoiIIe S Sei
1 for all these occasions is the Wedding plans will be an- wedding selections. S
J light 'whip cream' frock, nota Fetes BridetobeComplimenting ' dessert but a 100 percent da- I /rm Ijf c1 %VWVli' !} S Sg

cron fabric. trip.B S S SS

; 'Whip cream' blouses, dresses Miss Dovey center was a white antique ChI- S Q 4'
t, and coordinates in pastel Kopelowitz, bride-elect of Victor na epergne filled with pink and 'fit GE"S S

yellow, pink, blue and white Schneider, a coffee was lavendar flowers. SilwJun/lll ,
given yesterday morning by l .' I
along with prints are sure to 1
Those in
assisting hospitalities WORLDOF
tlrs. Mitchell Baumstein, Mrs. WONDERFUL
I rate high on the fashion scene
this M. I. Rudderman, and Mrs. Ger- were Mrs. Ray Wolfe, Mrs. SPORTSWEAR 1x
I year. ald Rudderman at the B a u intern Harry Prystowsky, Mrs. Mary,' 225 W. Univ. Are. x 103 WEST UNIVERSITY( AVENUE
; 'Whip cream' is even more home. About 75 guests Knight, Mrs. Mandell Glicks- Jo
i delicious because it is a drip called. berg, Mrs. Kenneth Chepenik, or I

J dry material. Looked at closely A pink and lavendar color Miss Cindy Baumstein, and I -_ ".
,J the material seems to have scheme was used in the ap Miss Jody Baumstein. .

t tiny wrinkles all over it. pointments. Spring flowers Corsages were presented to -. ."
were employed throughout the the honoree, her mother, Mrs.
Stretch materials are budding
I and the Max and the fut-
living room on sun Kopelowitz,
this spring. Skirts and jumpers
porch. ure bridegroom's mother and r
made of the newest thing in
The serving table was laid grandmother, Mrs. Nathan
stretch materials give only a
with a lavendar linen cloth cov- Schneider and Mrs. Felicia ,-
,) little but "give where you need ered with white nylon. In the Segal, both of Jacksonville. N.. ,
d them to.give." In this new material M '! 4 i1r; r
stretchness is barely vi
sible. I IN SPRING'S

Spring smartness also includes NEWEST SHADES L.M C i

a sling shot jumper in most r
I wardrobes. With low cut "V" Pastels are In bloom on
the fashion landscapeand
neck and "V" armholes a
simple change of blouses trans- have been carefully
forms the outfit from casual to picked by Name's in this is theperfect
dressy. outstanding collection of f4'. I
1 new spring styles. All in 1 -
r Jumpers will also be made time for Easter! time 3.

j of jersey and banlon. Y

j Cotton shirtwaists are still THE WORLD IS YOURS

1 popular and the shifts, un 0 t i Designs by -
shifts not sheaths" are becom- Want to see places and sights? meet FRED ROTHCHILD 0u
ing more popular. The trendis < interesting new people? MANCINI C1 0 S0

away from button-down collars We can arrange everything for you, make CAROL CRAIG .
i toward a more feminine i reservations for ships and planes, hotels HOWARD WOLF
I round collar. handle all details. Or better still let us book KA-MAR ORIGINALS devotion
for Brownell Escorted Priced from
you a or IndependentTour
Madras is out, one local buyer 14.98 to 44.98
to: Select ADiamond
believes. A } .
Orient V a-
Europe HolYLand
Blue is anticipated as a bicolor
Just It" At3LlL&hs
Soy "Charge Gift From. ..
j this spring since one local Pacific Hawaii South America o

store buyer bought 60 per- EMB
Around the World
cent of her spring stock in blue. :

See us for folders and complete details.
Checks and stripes are popu
I Jar in all types material. The
; f hem length is down just below World Travel Service F
the knee. The college set hasn't N GEM S '
observed this, however, since Terms Arranged
808 W. UNIV. AVE.
of 311 N.W. 13th St. Ph. FR 2.1581
have stock
most the short of them skirts popular a last Phone FR 6-4641 Regular or Central Charge Accounts Use Central Charge 211 W. Unive..sity"Ave." FR 28658.t".r


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H Golnetvilla $._- --_ Sunday March 15,1964 r .

I I ar/y/ Easter, Travel Influences 'Dressy' Fashions Ii)Sportswear/ Bright And Light *rf

I'' By CISSIE COOPER solid colors and penstripes'will also in the fashionable Bermuda
By.PATRIdA WILKINSONThe has enticed women into thinking contrasting fabrics such as chiffon Navy Blue Popular "When I was in New York 1 be pushed by the dainty, pais- shorts and the slims, the long,
New York World's Fair I I about appropriate travel -wear. or lace."Spring Navy blue has marched in recently, about one in ten women Spring fashions come early I I ley print blouse matching the tailored,' tapered pants. j'
,aDd'an early Easter have join. I Crush-resistant, knitted fab- '64" fashions promise with the tailored, military look was wearing a cape," for the Floridian, while northern Bermuda-length shorts and Denim once again shows itself ;it l
ed forces to influence fashion- rics such as Arnel-jersey com- a riot of pastel colors. and brass buttons, Mrs. Spencer Mrs. Spencer said. "We see friends are still bundled up in slims. in the spring silhouette in j f
conscious Gainesville women mand the field of choice, Mrs. Yellow and blue occur oftenin said. this reflected in Gainesville." winter coats, Miss and Mrs. Not only style, but colors suchas the cut-off pants and the play J
'thfc "Spring '64", city depart- Radford said. Lace and brocade prints or solid color. "But women like to think Where are the dress styles Florida enjoys sunshine and navy-and-white, sand beige, shifts. i
ment store buyers of "dressy" are also featured. "Pink Is in demand," Mrs. that spring is here," Mrs. Rad- created? equally bright and light spring print patterns and the neat, Blue denim play outfits with
dresses, Pearl Spencer and Two-piece Dresses Spencer said, "and white Is al- ford said. "We have to come Mrs. Spencer said that near- clothes. small motifs of English foulard a kangaroo pouch pocket, high- t'
Lurie Radford believe. Dress racks abound with two- ways popular." out in early spring with some ly all are copies of Paris orig- Vivid dacron and cotton prints reflect the spring fashion.trend. lighted by blue-and-white stripe
R Dark colors for Easter and piece dresses that adapt to the "Lilac is coming back," Mrs. bright things. We can't"open inals. ("They are changed a and cotton playclothes are necessary The fabric ,blends, marvelousfor border, picked up in a match-
I wrinkle-resistant, no-iron fabrics weather of both North and Radford said. the season without them. little and "re-born" in the fash- ingredients for a "sun- vacation sites, are found in ing babuska, are seen about
I I for travel are emphasized. South. Some dresses with The dress buyers agreed, The simple styles are the ion house on Seventh Avenuein filled spring holiday" the of imaginable town.A .
"Travel is the theme this matching, removable jackets or however, that dark colors are "breath of fashion," accordingto New York. Only after Seventh Fashion experts call it a sportive nylon parkas every youthful spirit In sportswear ..
-year," Mrs. Radford said. The coats are of Irish 1* t or pure appropriate this year for the the buyers. The sheath Avenue has accepted silhouette with a hint towards shade, c a'ndycane fashion again.is silhouetted -
World's Fair Florida exhibit silk. Dress bodices may have early Easter on March 29. dress, with its straight seam- them are the styles offered to the revival of femininity.The stripe, and madras plaids. by the traditional bright,
I I lines and casual fit, is more closely the rest of the country." man-tailored shirts of Material blends predominate spring-weight apparel.
fitted this year by tiny

tucks at the waistline. .. ... ... ...:.-....
"Shifts and empire (high) -. (..
waistlines are on the way out," .: i: .: :.. STORE HOURS 10: A.M.-9: P.M. ;
.. Mrs. Radford believes. s... ; ..
Hemlines Dropping? :
SABINA Although most ,hemlines are .. .
BONE CALF still just below. the knee, Mrs.! ( :!
Radford said that some com- :i

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she said. ."I think that by fall 302 NORTH MAIN STREET ....

.4 4/ we'll see a definite change in ,. .....,....
f I hemlines.
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ford agreed that Gainesville wo- ASTERParadePerfect
men are conscious of national M .
t : /Aj' fashion trends and do not have
.:t.v .e unusual tastes that set them
-. ......- apart. LA Ip
I -,. There is a mild local prefer-
ence for jersey fabrics. Less
J _... I preference is shown for the dou
ble-knit suits and sweater-dress DRESSES
combinations so popular in the
'" CUNNING North, Mrs.: Radford said. She con choose from a host of
a Dresses with matching capes styles in our hand-picked
% A'i > 9 POPCORN have some appeal in Gaines- collection! She'll find one

CALF ville. M piecers, and jacket dresses

< Y in dainty pastels or clean-cut
? 1-' Vid' $16.00 Super : navy easy-care cottons (

.55 and Dacron polyester blends.DuPont's .
paradise polyester fiber

Swim 5.99-10.99
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.. Sizes; 3x & 7-14

.. SuitsBy J hr J JSimply

: When Florida skies beckon ,
fresh as the firsf Spring a
you to nearby beaches and j p Adorable!

: 'K : flowers light as the pools, mix and match, three-
JAGUAR j piece swim separates plus a B" Dresses
first Spring breezes host of tagalong accessoriesare Busy
;; sure to be invited. I
$16.00 oe smart oe comfortable in Variety is the keynote as last 3.99.3
year's popular revival of the ,, ;
:. aLoes fashioned with smart
s two-piece suit has given way to
j' I .1 J day-long comfort for three and even four-piece suits.A Famous maker workmanship from the 11

you m mind.aLoe. big seller will be the exquisite laces to the neat stitching t. I
1 to everywhere three piece a regular two- +.>. the generous use of smocking, contrast
piece suit plus a long, loose ; h embroidery.All minimum-care cottons.
vim everything you wear. fitting blouse for the one-piece
blouson look.Fourpiece.
ensembles will al-

ternate solids and patterns in HI '; z
co-ordinating colors to mix and 1' II
match in a variety of combina
tions. "" T "HER MAJESTY"

PAGAN'SBOOTERY Two piece suits will remaina
big seller. Matching beach + 1S
Free Parking on 1st Federal) Lot jackets, beach bags and towels r SLIPSThree

"USE CENTRAL CHARGE" appear to be "in.*
Cotton and madras in ginghams tiers of nylon, nylonnet
checks and plaids, will II and polished cotton -
be favorite fabrics-plus new 4 lace trim adjustable straps.
102 W. UNIV. AYE. stretchable nylon combina Elasticized underarm. Machine t

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t 3-6x & 1

Easter Parade Hits.. 714I p3 $4l

See our new collections for the Easter Parade,

they have just, arrived and there's a world of ; ,, br'

excitement in them,.

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Crisp textured rayon luxury-lined j \.A
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interest at front. Easy-on raglan
yl sleeves. Choice of white or royal .
blue. Sizes 234.
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What a Pretty Way to Greet the Spring M' ; S

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ot home or on your favorite island, r BONNET AND BAG SETS
This linen textured suit of pure spun rayon the versatile
its free its short-sleeved costume
jacket swinging i to wear lGIRLS
overblouse accented with stitching now, and from nov SET "Busy B"
and bows. Indigo blue toast hibiscus pink on, beautifully cut ?
Our own "Busy B" brand. We think
or aqua with white. in textured "Con'J' Boys Suits }
tesso" blend of little men look their best in the i.t
Petite sizes 10 to 20 29.98 rayon and silk. HANDBAGS classic Rugby sport coat or the col-'
4.99Sizcj i-
Blue and natural. I larless Eton. Suspender shorts for 'E
1 29 2 99
the little-little
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, 'Sund a v, MarCh ,15J; 1964 Gainesville+ Sun 71.
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.f servations must be made 'a \1

t f ft Wednesday. Guests may b :invited ;
Little Plan ,
LjHa Women for a fee of $1 per gugst t
.I Hither And Reservations should be made.

by calling Miss Camille Rhodes It.

t Fashion Show/ Miss Janis Loften or Miss"-Carolyn '"
I Cummings. \

Yon .
Commentators for the shoi,
4"S. I Annual spring fashion showof I Miss Leslie Eggert, president will be Miss Cummings aw
has announced that election '
: Little Women will be presented Rhodes. Miss Mary Pat t
of officers will take. place
, By RUTH WEIMER I Saturday at the GainesWoman's during the business session. Milam is in charge of pubic J
ville Clubhouse during Luncheon will be served atno l
A gala houseparty will be in progress at the J. Watt Klrkpat- a 12:30 p.m. luncheon. charge to members, but re-
i rick home for the next few days while their daughter, Frances, Greeting guests and mem

and her husband Theodore Mackie Barber, are home for spring hers will be Miss Carol Gaston

'!} vacation from the University of Tennessee, where both are c----- Z : Parties FeteApril and Miss Barbara Scott.
t students. To honor the couple, whose' marriage was an event Advisors for the luncheon-

,I \ of February 11, a number of post wedding events has been t. a- fashion show are: Mrs. Carlos "f

: planned. BridetobeMiss Hope, stores; Mrs. Lee" Egg ,
ert, instructions to models,
And coming for the parties will be the bridegroom's parents > Mrs. Ray Davis and Mrs. John

p I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Barber of Manhasset, Long 0 I Pre-nuptial parties complimenting Marcia Mase. Hardison, luncheon.

Island, N. Y., and his grandmother, Mrs. William Howard Barber Miss Anne Purvis, fiancee Dinner Party Given The luncheon committee Includes -
of Sarasota. The trio will be guests of Betty and Watt [ of Billie Nugent N 1 m- Thursday evening, a dinner Miss Mary Ellen Anderson -
I nicht Jr. of Jacksonville, this honoring the bride-to-be
during their stay. Miss Mary Louise Bill, ,
weekend included a luncheon given by Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
: Carol Miss Katie
Miss Browning, -
: ,
:1 The first of several post-nuptial affairs will be a reception .f Saturday given by Mrs. R. M. Macdonald and I Col. and Mrs. Cook, Miss Patricia Coram,

given by the bride's uncles and aunts, Ellen and Grier Kirk- Chamberlin and her daughter, F. C. Myers, who entertainedat Miss Susan Cunningham, Miss t
Patrick and Helen and H. K. Wallace, who have planned a ts.r Miss Linda, and Mrs. Cecil the Mejers home. Christine Delony Miss .Anne
:"' reception Tuesday evening at the Kirkpatrick home. Another > Love and her daughter, Miss Pink roses, snapdragons and Esry, Miss Kathryn Graham, r
party scheduled is a tea Thirgfiusb n Mrs. Roy x e Jo Nez. dogwood blossoms formed the Miss Jean Hanna, Miss Patri-
Green and Mrs. Harry Norton entett& 0.. --- '""'t' home y4g The luncheon took place at centerpiece for the serving ta cia Hennessey, Miss Suzanne f
to compliment the bride. That same day, Frances' brother, x the Holiday Inn. ble.Miss Johnson, Miss Sharon Kuitert, I
John and his wife, Peggy, will give a dinner for members of Purvis was presentedwith Miss Martha Peacock, Miss
iI the families at the Gainesville Golf and Country Club honoringthe Corsages of white feathered a corsage,and gifts of silver Marsha Hoskins, Miss Pamela .
carnations were given the hon-, by the hosts.
couple. Edds, Miss Melinda Rehling,
e oree, her mother, Mrs. Roy Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Miss Marsha Stoddard, Miss Susan -
' t Friends of Mr John PItz now of Miami will be as happy as Purvis; and her fiance's mother Purvis, Mrs R. E. Jones III, Silverman, Miss Sally
I 1 she to learn of the award her Enid Alba Cattleya plant won in Mrs. B. N. Nimnicht, and Mrs. Kenneth Hodge, Mrs. Mar- Smith, Miss Judy Thompsonand
the International Orchid Show in Miami recently. his grandmother, Mrs. P. H. cus Milam III, Miss Jane John- Miss Linda Wilson.
Gladys, a member of the Lotus Circle of Gainesville Garden Browne, both of Jacksonville ston, Miss Ann Arnow, Miss
Club when the Pitz family lived here, won a gold ribbon and a Welcome As A Summer BreezeLight Mrs. Purvis, Mrs. Nimnicht,I Joan Woodward, Miss Dot Fashions will be featured
silver trophy with her plant, which was covered with 37 Mrs. Browne, Mrs. Dick Will. Hampton, Miss Linda Chamber-' from the following stores: t
beautiful blossoms, several measured eight inches across. The lams, Mrs. Jack Williams, lin, Miss Marsha Copeland, Miss Blanch's, Cherry's, Donigan's,
.I Orchid Show, with 103 classes, was open to commercial and as air and welcome as a summer breeze, this easy care cotton broad- Mrs. Marcus Milam, Mrs. Lee Margaret Sosebee, Miss Nell Geiger's, Lichter's, Right Angle
amateur growers and exhibitors from the United States, Cen cloth features graceful, unpressed pleats. With leather-tabbed jute belt, tke Reeves, Miss Libby Edwards, Rice, Miss Jean Peterson and Ruddy's, Silverman's, Stag
", tral and South America and Hawaii. frock wafts through the day with matching convertible collar shirt. Miss Nancy Dee Williams and John Macdonald. and Drag and twig .
, ... ... ...
I Echoing the praise of writers and photographers about Puerto -
Rico are Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Macdonald, home after a short (
stay in San Juan. Bill was invited down as a consultant for the
Law School of the University of Puerto Rico and took Dorothy n =t ti"r O:9: 1

with him. v = W6en' I

While Bill and Dr. Walter Gelhorn, faculty member of the k ;1
Law College of Columbia University were busy at the Univer- Cr Fridays I
sity, Dorothy and Mrs. Gelhorn had time to see the fabulous SPECIAL
.. island sights and enjoy the beautiful beaches. .

Everyone who has seen the Ernest Wrlghts colored movies SALE
I i of the Winter Olympics in Innsbruck is enthralled. Dr. and Mrs. Y I
Wright, who saw both the opening and closing ceremonies, were : FOR THE HOME, TOO!

h particularly excited with their shots of the Bob Run. BeforeI' 1
flying home from Munich, they went to Vienna and attended COTTON it DECORATIVE PROTECTIVE
three operas in the beautiful Opera House there. In New York, .r ,
they stopped to see their daughter Cathy, a student at Chatham BROCADE ,4f fr\
,Two Gainesville Zeta Tau
Alma Warren, who has been Alphas were honored yesterday I SPECIAL 1.39 yd. I I IN SOLID COLORS OR PRINTS 1 1,
'way up in Tallahassee for a during a luncheon at the WASHABLE, DRIP-DRY 1
long, long time is back at the Palm Ceia Country Club. Mrs. I J i
family home, 406 NW Tenth. Richard Cunningham and j : t : FRINGED ON ALL 4 SIDES.

She is busy getting settled have Mrs. been Helen Zetas Pfalfer for fifty Glass years, COMPARABLE TO I A WIDE VARIETY OF USES .

and renovating the house a vTHROUGHOUT THE HOME ,
e and were to receive their '
.A bit when she has leisure from White Violet pins, given to all COTTON BROCADESAT I SUCH AS BEDSPREADS, CHAIR

her job as communications 50 year members of the sorority 1.98 A YARD! 1 ww, & COUCH COVERS. TABLE COVERS.-
specialist for the Agriculture H SOFT, SPRING I "- ,"4 p YR ALSO FOR AUTO SEAT COVERS! .?:

Extension Service. Back home these next few w > a
1 weeks will be Dr. and Mrs. COLORS ( INCLUDING cSO"x80"ideer! for small chafrs. tables
A group of brothers and sisters Russell Poor, now of Wash- 80"x90"ideo I for reg. chairs studio couch, .
are enjoying a vacation ington, D. C. Cleta and Russ WHITE) '-a. t rk 80"xI08"-ideol for sofas, twin beds

trip in the Caribbean. Makingthe are expected today from the M i 80"xl26"-idea! for large sofas, long

trip are Mrs. R. L. Green, Capitol City.* FOR ALL YOUR I sectionals60"x80" i

Mrs. Zelma Grey, Mrs. W. T. "Sleep Expert" Dr. WilseB. THROWS 1.99 M80"x108"
Bryant John L. Thomas, all Webb is also an expert at I SPRING & !

of Gainesville and Norman stumping the TV panel of ex w 80"x90" THROWS 2.99
Thomas of Tallahassee.The perts on the program, "To Tell EASTER SEWINGPiece I I
the Truth. Bernie appearedon '
group drove to West the television show as an THROWS80"xl26" : 3.99
Palm Beach the early part of authority in this physiologicalfield -.'J

the week and boarded a planefor while'in New York City Floor THROWS ., 4.99"PermaTex"
recently and came home with Goods
the Bahamas. Their first Shop2nd
money in his pocket. 1fOR
stop was the West End Baha

ma Club, Grand Bahama Is i .

land. This is one of several EVERY pEe 7AI 54_ -

family jaunts the five have %: ,

made together. Hts A rd
f17iT1.. ..
Camille E. Wagner, daughter I

of the C. N. W. Wagners, Vet IwllV; Ur1.9oriQ.g $
I has received a place on the Uving
Honors' List at Hollins Col Ea
lege, Va. A graduate of GHS, 'yGessar':
Miss Wagner made this
achievement for the current bv?

academic semester. I I

\( it's the
Airman 2-C John G. Bax- h .
ley and Mrs. Baxley, of Ox- slimmingest....
nard, Calif., and formerly of Afl-trormd ahadow'paaeled A
Gainesville .announce the lip in noironDacronnyloncotton > r
birth of twin girls,born March mag1cale' 1z
of }
10. Maternal -grandparents batisteA
the twins are Mr. and Mrs.
LJndsey Burgess and Mrs.
I fabric blended for
Betty Baxley is their paternal
grandmother. smooth good looks, long
near and easy
I Marguerite S. Batey, who
lived in Gainesville for 30 Want to look terrific in tight no-iron care! Exquisite
? Slip into Promdebthe *
is experiencing a move pants appliqued
years 19 inch long-leg that
home and a new job. gr .
to a new embroidery and wideacalloped "
sir controls spots panties ;
Marguerite is now assistant to j-- -: forget! Narrolme side lace :
the director of the FICUS Library = :: panels slice inches from "
and will be at home at your silhouette; down- trim the coyer-bra bodice. !

7051 Dartmouth Avenue in St. stretch back panel) keeps Completely shadow- .
Petersburg. She formerly was slim all around. .,
r you
associated with the University '- : Nylon, rubber and rayon proof with all-aronnd panel .
of F lor Ida Libraries and : f. power net in white or for wear with sheerest .
was librarian for the Divisionof L-: block. Sizes S-M-L 13.9 dresses. White; sizes 32-44 With the feel and look of it en.. Styled by Progress :
Plant Industry, Florida De- XL 15.00
32 38 short
of BTerage -
partment Trf M." talL Features new process combining"WIPE CLEAN vinyl finish with I

Tastes GoodBroiled self-colored flannel backing and Swiss-style scalloped edges. doth will

{ has princess Answer-shaped bro in Cotton stretch 6.00 not crack or pet Acid proof water proof Machine wash

tomatoes taste goo I Inserts to give you custom- able. Colors: White Pick, Aqua: Green, Brown
with a topping of butter, sail COmfortoble shaping. Adjusts Also In
pepper and a suspicion of crushed : to movement adapts Drip-Dry 52x52" 2.99 60"x90" 7.99.52Ix72"
every .
Cotton . .
garlic. to every figure change. Ill -
Nylon cotton. rubber 4.00
elastic. White. .' 3.99 60"xl08" .. 8.99
Sift Cocoa

If the top of that chocolat A D,Cup B&C,2.50 3.50 ,': \,. cake roll cracks after filling an, I --.:! .iT:
I rolling, cover it with a frostin Foundations '}.. .;:: 'I PRINTS OR SOLID COLORSWilson7

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:: II QoInetYlUe Sun Sunday March: 15, 1964
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; :Cabaret to have Blue TwillJumper.... /. Your Head Will Be


!' -'Neptune7' Theme J 'In Straw' in SpringBy e .

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[i eptune's- Kingdom" will well, Mrs. J. Beverly'McMillan, PAM ROBINSON more because this year's brim

.,s_ J&e.& the theme for.the Gainesville Mrs. James E. Cunningham, Gainesville women will have style knows no age limit, Mrs.
?l Junior Woman's Club annual Mrs. James Duke, Mrs. Albert bali Geiger believes. "The hatless-
their heads in a soft straw '
I charity cabaret, to be held L. Plant, Mrs. B. C. Pafford, ness of the last two years is on
for 1964's "great spring ,
on Saturday evening at the Mrs. Ed Clarkson, Mrs. E. its way out!"
I' according to Mrs. Charles Hyde I 1115'I
Moose Lodge. The dance will Vern Myrick, Mrs. Reed B. /
and Mrs. P. L. owner'sof
begin at 9 pjn. Brown, Mrs. E. Hunter Foster -i I
two of Gainesville's exclusive
Proceeds will benefit the Mrs. Edward D. Mathews,i I VIRGINIA BOLES
many charities that the Club Mrs. Charles Bailey, Mrs. F. women's shops. II. extends I

assists each year. W. Williams and Mrs. J. Shapes range from full blown

Mrs. E. Alray Howard is F. Mulling. and little boy rollers in novel- \v,.
chairman for the event. Co-chairmen for the costume
ty straw and shiny patent pas- I
Tickets can be obtained by committee are Mrs. Thomas A. tels to head hugging berets in
contacting Mrs. Robert M. Cole- Hagler and Mrs. Van Alexan- printed linen and silk. TO EVERY ONE
; man or Mrs. Billy P. Mitchell. der
Newest shape is the Sou'wester -
The floor show will be presented They will be assisted by
t\ by members and their Mrs. Robert L. Young, Mrs. k'r turned up in front and downin COLD WAVE d t ,t
back. It comes in everythingfrom
I husbands. Herbert Kaufman, Mrs. JamesB.
Mrs. Douglas Shanklin, whois i .' Kneale, Mrs. William C. 1gjx black vinyl to stitched decorator service

'.in charge of decorations,! Woodbury, Mrs. L. H. Mickler, white cotton. 7 50
will be assisted by Mrs. Bernard Mrs. William D. Wilson, Mrs. \ t White is one of the best colorsas ) I
I Datz, Mrs. Joe Wilder, Grant M. Godwin, Mrs. JamesL. I "y are whitened shades the (
I Mrs. Alan Hardin, Mrs. GlynnR. Lowry, Mrs. Clare F. Joll- palest of pinks, yellows and vi- IncludesHaircut a94Z

Markham, Mrs. Harry L. ey, Mrs. David M. Drylie, olets.
t, Powell, Mrs. R. L. Saunders, Mrs. George W. Corrick, Mrs. The flowered Easter bonnet is o
Mrs. William K. Saunders, Herbert J. Jones, Mrs. TaylorH. not as popular this year as the ShampooEVENING
Mrs. William T. Manley. Kirby, Mrs. Robert E. r more tailored look. Set
Also Mrs. William R. BurANYWHERE Brown and Mrs. John M. "After Easter, the flowered

White. hat. is appropriate mostly for I BY APPOINTMENTPHONE HOURS I 1
E Script chairman is Mrs. Will- garden parties, while the tailored -
f t Your iam A. Finley.Orange. styles travel everywhere" 372-1575 1 1 I / I P I ILi

gS SatisfactionAlways said Mrs. Hyde. HOUSE of BEAUTY
1f 'Rind "Never buy a hat sit ting
EEO 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd.
Assured down," advises Mrs. Hyde. I I
Thin slivers of orange rind "Height is very important in
CREVASSE FLORIST that have been par-boiled and a choosing the correct hat, as wellas
2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. little orange juice are good addi- face shape."
,. Phone FR 6-2514 tions to gravy served with A scooped brim win cut the [iTDUES I
roast duck. height of a tall woman, while

.r_. I the up-turned brim is best for
A fashionable favorite for the youngest lady in her shorter sister.A .
I, ., the family is this bright blue cotton twill A-line jum- narrow face is complimented -
I .. A.j per with red epaulet straps. The sturdy fabric bears by a small hat while a TO EXPRESS YOUR VIEWS
the sanforized-plus label, Mom's wash and wear guar- rounder face is most flatteredby

j: -ti antee, that the dress will iron like a breeze. a hat whose lines lead the

h eye There outward.is much basis for the I I I I

U/ of F Dames Slate old joke about a depressed woman
who will buy a hat to for- 0

get her worries. "I believe that

nothing peps up a woman's ego
Style RevueThe more than buying a new hat REVIEW COMPARE SUPPORT ELECT

t it's like changing your hair color

'., i ii. U n i v ersity of Florida Douglas Wolf and Mrs. Gordon I' ," said Mrs. Hyde. I
Hats will be seen more and JIM RICHARDSON
Dames will present a style review -Johnson, co chairmen for the I II I ,

: e n tit I ed "Swing Into event. I. Pretty Glaze

Spring' on Wednesday at 8p.m. Mrs. Leon Robbins will be the
I To strawberries
a pretty
in the University Auditor- commentator assisted by Tom
glaze; melt a little currant jelly -
Kennington from Radio Station
\ urn. WDVH. Music will be providedby with a suspicion of water and YOUR CHOICE FOR INDEPENDENT VOICE
Law D a m e s are sponsoringthis Charlie Milford. brush the mixture over the fresh

project this year with Mrs., berries. __
{ Models for the show will be -
> Sue> Bridges and Claire Noegel, ,

Agriculture; Marcia Morefieldand
Sandy McDonald, Architecture -
Excitingly ; Rita Boyd and Joyce Bert- -

ness, Arts and Science; JoAnn EASTER FAVORITES
r Adkins and Sharon Rosa, Busi-
,I ness Administration; Nancy
+ kWc Bailey and Joyce Adair, Education I
; Diane Whitney and Bobby FOR GIRLS OF ALL AGES AT MURPHY'S
t Patray, Engineering; Becky
f > Daniels, Health Related Serv-

r.. aM Qpii ices.
j Also Amy Delia and Hellmie .

Gilmore, Journalism; Carol T1fl \ '
I I Moore and Gracie McGillicuddy, at

thingsyou'll Law; Becky Blackwood and Syl- .Y EXTEN '
I via Stanley, Medical; Mary No- ST!<
be tari and Glenda Stephens, Phar-
enjoyingeven macy; Florence Cline and Judy Easter NiPi.i. I '
on Byrd, Physical Education Don-
into na Bond and Fran Scott, University Fashions mEN 'I
in this cardigan jacket with flower applique. Of 55% cotton, summer! College, and Darlee subs i
40% mohair, 5% nylon and fully taffeta lined. The Empire Huffstetler; Mrs. University of: for the EJ\ } ;;
sheath dress is 75% rayon and 21 % cotton, fully taffeta Beautiful Florida. ;
lined. If yo uwish wear the shelf-tie belt. arrivals

Cream ...- Sizes 5-15 daily. Comein Doris Dansby and Mrs.
; L tomorrow Rita Koran will assist with the Set. 4 f
I 95) and make make-up from Wilson's. ,

ri your Fashions will be provided by GIRLS'
/ selections. Belk Lindsey, Blanch's, Cher-
y yIn ry's Donigan's Franklin's,
Geiger's, Right-Angle, Roun- DRESSES JAYI'1

tree Ltd., S i I v erman's, Stag GIll FEATURlHEM
I ejohnnge4re in sizes 7 to 14
j and Drag, twig, and Wilson's. :r GIRLS' 4 to 14
Hairstyling will be by Ber-
Si/w/JInOJts.' nice's, Blanch's, Campus Beau- 3WAYSTRETCHtoo
ty Box, Dena's, Elyse Beauty $ 98
'. t WONDERFUL WORLDOF Salon, Ginny's, Fashion Beau- I 3 Gro-Slips
.1 =A N 11I1 III IIII SPORTSWEAR ty Salon, House of Beauty, Jac's, i
Jeannette's. Little Duchess, Milady's -
225 W. Univ. Ave. I I
West University Ave. Use Central ''
Charge Modern Beauty Shoppe, $198
Olof's and Rame's. Party-pretty and prac.ic.l:
The following Gainesville Cotton broadcloths -;

merchants have contributedgift with tucking and embroidery, x'N l a i yt ; / With the strap that stretches the
prizes: Robertson's Jewelers combed cottons with full ; s seam that stretches and a 2-inch
Lewis Jewelry, Baird skirts, two piece styles' and '< w extra hem that you just snip the
crl Hardware, Wise's Drug Store, many many others. ; J: pink thread for growth! Of Whit.
Silverman's, Libbye's Cher- 100% cotton SuPima.

decrees, MANNEQUIN agrees: ry's, Chesnut's, Lanier's, Wil-
a tIts son's, Cox Furniture, Mike's ,.
Book Store, Park Lane Cafeteria 3 !

Long's Cafeteria, Stag and : L
__ open season for the pump...and Mannequin's "cut-out" is fair game for Drag, Geiger's, Toyland, Flori- I
fashion! Light and lovely, its fresh influence adds a grace note to all your Spring da Theater and Rountree Ltd.
Tickets may be purchasedfrom
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costuming. ;
$15.00 Dames' members or at the :.p %
door at a cost of 50 cents each.
Black Patent
SCS WivesClub
y White Lightning

.., With Frosted Trim to Meet .
\ Hemp Beige
Mrs. Robert Fulmer, 3001 NE
With Marble Trim
& 14th Drive, will entertain the
AAAA to B Width Soil Conservation Service Wives I I

Club Thursday at 10 a.m.

Following the meeting, a cov .t
ered-dish luncheon is
MATCHINGBAGS with Mrs. Howard Bissland planned and 41.;:';-. .. High Fashion Styles for the Little Ones

. $13.00 Mrs. David Dishong assistingthe
hostess. TOTS 4 to 6x TODDLERS' I to 3
.-. :J 'l. 'ul.4r. I
sf i Party dresses with sashes Perky pinafores and A-
At No Place in !
:7t North Central Floridacan I.I. and embroidery trims. line dresses included In $ 98
find empire styles with A-Lrts this 100% cotton selection 2
you so many j and delicate detail also in solid colors and
Used ((62)
2-piece styles. Of wash *n patterns. Just two of the
&Adding Machines ((44))
.-- wear and other cottons. many styles picturedl!
Cash Registers ((10) j
8 good Typewriters

.1 while they last$19.50KISER'S G. C. MURPHY CO. First Quality Iw'a.s.. .

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Sunday March 15, 1964 Gainesville Sun:'. 9| 1 j|

i !I --- I works of Braque, Cezanne, Cha ,V\I

Bridal Luncheon Circus Theme Featured in Style ShowsRingmaster Union 'gall, Gauguin, Van Gogh and \

Picasso, and each artists Individual .
approach to the paintingof 1

i I Fetes Miss Pirenian a ExhibitArtists' flowers. t I

e 3MQ models both timelessand Colling All Homemakers J JI

.b.t Mrs. Barrel J. Mase and Corsages of yellow daisies seen universal in the in exhibition their appealare "A I by>> Bob Oakl.y :

her daughter, Miss Marcia, entertained -' were presented to the honoree Garden of Flowers," color reproductions HOW TO ARRANGE .
; with a luncheon Saturday and her mother, Mrs. Z. M. of famous paintings YOUR DINING ROOM
!,, afternoon at the Gainesville Pirenian by the hostesses.The .
on view in the Florida Union's r J .
/I' Golf and Country Club, guest list included Miss .. ;
: Lounge until March
4 Yra Bryan who
honoring! Miss Lucienne Piren Patricia Bledsoe, Miss Sharon k For those I
ian bride-elect of Robert William Sites Mrs. Skin- + tLa 20.The have separate
Virginia I t' I es exhibition, selected from a dining loom or t
Decker. ner, Mrs. John Kirkpatrick, dinette.there
the New York Graphic Society
i Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee are several "
1 Yellow floral arrangementsof is circulated to Art Centers t 3 .. things to consider j
Mrs. Roger Bledsoe Mrs. Van
daisies, chrysanthemums and throughout the United States In selecting ;
I gladioli complimented the Durell, Mrs. R. E. Jones HI, under the auspices of The American furniture ii j i
luncheon table. Mrs. Francis Myers Mrs. Da- Federation of Arts. for this room. j i
vid. Cragg Mrs. R. S.
Not must
Earliest examples of arranging only I
I (Advertisement) I Mrs. Pirenian,, and the hon- and painting flowers devel- Bob Oakley the dining room
a oree. furniture fit Into the room
COOL MAN"EVALUATION oped in China. In the Western
A gift of silver was without overcrowding but>> you
hemisphere, especially in Amsterdam must make sure that there will
OFSEERSUCKERS to Miss Pirenian by the hos z ; ; $s fv.1 during the 17th century still 1 be>> room to spar after

tesses.,. a very popular style of flower the chain are pulled out and
you and your family or guests
I Ii Lioness Club painting developed. Elaborate are seated at the dining room
compositions in minute detail table. It's surprising how many
i -JThe swingers in fashion say:. such as -"Flowers In AVase" people fail to consider this.
I seersuckers are "way out." "Americanism" will be the And In purchasing dining
by Jan van Huysum
The only fabric desirable for program topic presented by room tables with one or more
were prevalent.The extension leaves doublysure
both men and women in Mrs: George Evans when the
that have ample room
concept of flower paint. you
i shorts, playclothes etc. No Gainesville Lioness Club meets for the table with all'of the
: ironing and wash and ing did not change radically
wear leaves in use.
at 8 at the homeof
in either cotton or dacron & Tuesday p.m. until the late 19th century. This All of us have seen* dining
.; cotton blends can't be beat.ilberg's Mrs. F. W. Wood, 1006 NW exhibition e m p h a sizes the rooms where it is almost impossible
14th Avenue.SpririkSe. v to serve a meal because -
The House of se
f these factors were not
1,000 Fabrics believes that 3' ; ka 4 't H- taken into consideration;
i his "way out" theme is in Eop 'fh In smaller dining rooms you
or Spring 1964 and they are Ever seasoned cooked > can use Just a china cabinet
filling their shelves with the puree 4 aP4W'M R a instead of both a china and
;finest in all cotton and daj" green peas to use as a stuffingfor buffet since the pnSper china
1 /jcron & cotton seersuckers inIthe I tomatoes that are to be bak- and commentator Mrs. Robert F. Head Jr., left, introduced beauteous models wearing spring cabinet will hold "and* store
newest colors. See them] ed? Sprinkle the top of the pu- styles from city stores Thursday when the City Panhe Ilenic Association and the Gainesville Woman's Club IN YOUR dishes linens and silver. |
fit Gilberg's ree with buttered soft bread presented two benefit shows entitled, "Three Rings of Fashion." Miss Anne Conant, center, who represented ,, If you have no room for

j"I At 109 W. University crumbs (very fine) before the Little Women, was one of 29 models showing ensembles appropriate for Florida wear as well as traveling.Mrs. Fe'I KITCHEN faucet either may have a china room or for buff a}',small you
tomatoes go into the oven. C. Lee Eggert and Miss Barbara Keller were general chairmen for the shows with Mrs. J. Ed Price -.;. with Only D/ofctf server or tea wagon or portable
Richard Bowles of the Woman's Club and Panhellenic S bore <
I I and Mrs. respective presidents serving in advisory Cartridge!
capacity. Appropriate wall paper used
e either on one or all ef the
e walls can help to give yoijr) din-

Ii' ot Sp : Mrs. Rutland to Review Book for ClubMrs. OwshUCKLtY dining ing For room a room complete that furniture decorator select'Of touch.on all of

iuqr kinds and free decoratoi service
R. Eugene Rutland of Wednesday at 2 p.m. for the for an interdenomina t i o nal we extend you on invitation
to visit We haY{
youth which meets in us. more
McIntosh will review "The Tall Gainesville Woman's Club. group than 20 suites on display now fin
Woman," by Wilma Dykeman The speaker, well known to McIntosh 5 nights beginning PLUMBING INC. all styles. HOME BEAUTI-
: March 8. 515 S.E. 11th Place FUL FURNITURE CO.,! 1703N.
Gainesville residents, receivedher FR 2-0405 Moin St.
'degree from La Grange Mrs. F. C. Myers is chair- -- -- .
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Select your new College and also studied at s man of the social hour follow-
SPRING FABRICS Emory University. Her husband y ing the book review. Her spe- REMEMBER EASTERIS I

n4tl at is a former Gainesville cial committee includes: Mrs.L. .
SINGER district superintendent of the L. Bohannon Mrs. Jean 0. MARCH 29th-JUST::
A Florida Conference of the Me- Mitchell Mrs. Mark H. Small-
thodist Church. Their two sons wcod, Mrs. M. S. Westfall Jr.,
l'r 1 .! .y Mrs. Harry K. Wrench Mrs. 12 SHOPPING DAYS AWAY!
')I Ernest B. Wright Mrs. D. Neil

. SSZ LIPSTICK!I' Webb, Mrs. Marcus Milam
/ II THE FIRST ALL-PERFECT Mrs. Charles B. Outen, Mrs. / Open Daily At 930

William B. Watson Jr., Mrs.
; is r fi / Robert J. Williams Sr., Mrs. 1f/lf-
GOLDEN WONDERBY txyDirs. Aubrey Williams and Mrs. OPEN
= ..'
tB t i Gay H. Welborn.

i TUSSYif The program is under the TOMORROW NIGHT :

R. Eugene Rutlandare direction of Mrs. Albert C. Edgar -I
chairman of the Division of AND EVERY MONDAY, THURSDAY
t ministers in the same con- '
; t (I'
) ference. Literature. Mrs. Winston W. AND FRIDAY NIGHTS :

f POINTED AT THE TOP She is an accredited instructor Little immediate past presi-
i dent of the club will introducethe
r UNTIL 9 P.M.
,. P with the Board of Education -
, ROUftDED of the_ Methodist_ Church,
I ,AT THE BOTTOM,ki and has held offices in the Me-
t f' .4_. : ".. thodist Florida Conference of
I \ td r 1.t .OUTLINES AND FUS HIM the Woman's Society of Chris- OPEN 'TIL 9:00TOMORROW: : l
{ T. ONE STROKE tian Service and in the Gainesville
district.At -
Q the June 1963 Florida An- AND EVERY MONDAY THURSDAY
\ a t .4 nual Conference she was elect- j b FRIDAY
) r : ed as a 1964 delegate to the nH sINFANTS' .
.k Southeastern Jurisdiction one u
Y >
$35 WON- of the few women to hold this .

, r =- REfilLABlE position.At SHOP-
I present she Is counselor 1st Floor,

k a't. GardenHomeTour Cscw.mc. 4ok., f I

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Totally New Greaseless Silken Formula. Floats on, s
light moist color without caking.
( : Totally New Shape Outlines,Colors In One Stroke. For the eleventh year a spring U; b r MI
Entirely new shape top to bottom. Always keeps' sIts tour of homes and gardens of
St. Simons Island will be spon-
Totally New Sleek Fl/p-Wheel Case Works With
One Hand Only lipstick to work like a lighterl sored by the Episcopal Womenof
Makes swiveled cases old-fashioned. In tarnish Christ Church Frederica. :
proof gold-tone case.
-i Totally New Length for Most Graceful Handling TOTALLY NEW Tour day will be Saturday, \
I Won't break like longlines.More elegant than LENGTHSHAPEFORMULACASE March 21 from 10 a.m. until \ -
short lipsticks. If you're not adventurous enough 5 I .
MISS PATS PASTEL to try Golden Wonder why wear lipstick- at all? p.m.
REGIMENTALS Fourteen attractions are list
TUSSY REALLY CARES about tilt wonder d your Npti, ed this year Mrs. Wilbur E.
those famous for fit basic skirts In 50% Fortrel polyesterand
50% cotton, now in full bloom for spring in pastels of Becker, chairman, announced.
pink, blue, and maize as well as the basic shades of white, Headquarters will be the Island
navy olive and khaki all with matching elasticizied jute belts. USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE Art Center and a special fea-
The tulip print cotton shirt with Bermuda collar and roll sleeves
ture will be luncheon at Ben-
and the long sleeve, tucked front solid shirt in 65/35 polyester a
and cotton, both i in matchingA. I nie's Red Barn. I
A. $5.99 B. $4.99 C $3.99

$4.98, B. $8.98 C. $5.98, D. $9.98 ,
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GRESHAM DRUGS 1 i Excitingly poplin cotton. Embroidered crest. White or blue. M-L-



I I cotton blouse. Dacron/cotton gabardine jumper & pan-
ty. Pink, blue. M-L-XL. 4.99
12 W. UNIV. AYE. FR 2-2558 bt&Wi DIAPER SET
Parking In First Federal Lot C. "TODDLE TYKE" BOYS' In cotton seer-
sucker. Broadcloth shirt. M-L-XL 3.99 others 299 to 4.99
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summer! .

A joyous reawakening...a rebirth of the beauties of nature and our owe Beautifulnew I

J spiritual life this is the gift of Easter and one that uniteS people arrivals :

around the world in new hope and stronger faith. That you may share daily. Come f ,!

the glorious message of Easter with everyone you want to remember, in tomorrow i 3USTER BROWN I

< ? Hallmark artists have created Easter cards of rare beauty-cards that and make I

13: are true reminders of the day's promise and fulfillment. You'll enjoy your SHOES 1

th selecting designs from our complete Hallmark collection of Easter selections. r

j,, cards that perfectly express what you feel in your heart "When you : $6.99 TO $8.99 ACCORDING i

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.: ----1 .Sea Going CoordinatesI I Bridge Club Notes f 1 '. : \i,

By RALPH H. BLODGETT j Weed Hall, 107 NW 15th Terr-

Duplicate game of the University -,ace.
City Bridge Club attracted Wednesday evening win be l

28 bridge players to the Univer- master point night for March.
a Ali interested bridge playersare
sity Faculty Club on Monday ,invited to take part in
#' 4 evening.Mrs. these games. -

Joe Moss and Mrs. Ar- By JOHN E. CRAPS
nold Krastin won first place in i
the North-South direction. E. E.I Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs. L. I
I Phillips and Phil Goldhagenwere E. Grinter won top honors in t,

. H in second place, while R the Wednesday evening master
7+ L h.Ir W. Jones and the writer came point ame of the Gainesville
in third. Bridge Club at the Holiday Inn A NATIONAL WANT AD WEEK )
with 114% match points. There .
I Mrs. M. Herget and Mrs. C. were eleven and one half tables -
; .
i 'p yFS 7 W. Anderson led the East-West in play and the average
field, though closely pursuedby score for all North-South pairs !
:- : Mrs. W. E. Clardy and Mrs. was 100, East-West 91.
... Gwen Dulaney. Third place SPECIALt.
1 v .h y.; went to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ro i Mrs. Jules Wetekamm and .
berts. Mrs. E. N. Edris won second H

>F i place North-South with 107%, :.5
i,1L r A similar group assembled at followed by Mrs. J. A. Jones, r FOR YOU .. .
Weed Hall on Wednesday even- Jr. and the writer with 107, .
; 4 .
; ing for another fractional master and Ian Gilson and L. H. Rob- .
LKa point Mrs. R ',f / -
-- game. bins with 104%: ,
C. Lindquist and J. M. Trimmer -' --"- ..:,'> .
R. A. Bennett and ".
came in first D. D. Bow. .
the North-South players, followed -: man led the East-West field ,.,"?.,... .
by Carolyn and Ron Schoe- with 109%. Other winners in ", "
nau, and by Mrs. C. W. Anderson this direction included Mrs. F. .F1'iwl.
and John C. Soderstrum.R. S. Hubbard and Mrs. W. H.
Miller with 103, Mrs. Frank T. I
W. Jones and D. R. Frazier -Hobbs and Mrs. Wilhelm K.
showed the way to all the Meyer with 100%, Mrs. R. L. _
ti i: East-West pairs. Mrs. Frazier Bowman and Mrs. W. E. Bar- ,
,.... '" -
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and Mrs. Ruth Thurman .
with = '
s ; were inger 99, and Mrs. H. D. .e as .rr.rw: a .
second, and Fred 0. Smith and Putnam and Mrs. C. L Hard-
Jerry Essick were third. ing, also with 99.

IL The club meets tomorrow at The club will meet again at I
7:30 p.m. at the University Fa. 7:30 tomorrow evening at 316 BOYS & GIRLSFREE

culty Club, Newberry Road, ancon NE First Street Visiting pairsare
-, Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. at invited. 1 .. 15 and
separates in solids and coordinating knit stripes are sailing as : : years younger
welpte sailors favorites. Left, the newest covered-up bare look in a zip- cowl Advertisement)
I collared shirt striped East to West with tiny shorts striped North to South. 71 i

At right, Buccaneer pants, with fob pocket, sleeveless knit shell and to ward off

-salt- spray, a sea coat with front slash and rear patch pockets. "SLIPPED ; WANT 5 a

IS Shoes It's C Fashion TipThe I DISK" .y ADSin ..tg J'

newest way to wear a theSafntswlb

scarf is to fold it to form a v Most so called cases of "slipped disk" could
Comfort ColorBy triangle and tie the two ends ., ; be better described as "slipped vertebra.. The I I
Eor "' intervertebral) fibrocartilages (spinal disks) are (! Sun .I
in back, Western fashion. interposed between the bodies of the vertebrae TW ,
This scarf trick has been us- 'al'4 (spinal bones). The disks are flexible to aiM -
NANCY SPIEGEL shoes have also made a strong ed by such high-fashion de- Dr. F. weaver low motion between the spinal segments, but i WANT AD WEEK ,
are to the surfaces of the adjacent
Emphasis is oircomfort in la. come back.Baums1ein. signers as James Galanos bones.
dles' shoes this spring. said he believesthe MARCH 10 thru 17 ,
and Pierre Cardin. It loses '
Some people have the idea that a spinal disk slips out of position
According to Mitchell Baum- trend toward less shoe with its faintly cowboyish flavor between the bones when in reality the spinal bones slip out of position. 1 1s 1f
stet ,.of Mr. Mitchell's Shoes. the "cut outs" and sling backs f
"Ladies' shoes are definitely go- make for a more feminine look. when the scarf is in a sophisticated -
Ing fif.be more comfortable. For Straps have been added to silk: print or chiffon, : Most painful back injuries are produced by slipped spinal vertebrae -
pinching nerves emitting between the bones rather than by
the next'two or three years, shoes for more comfort and sup- but it also could be interpreted slipped disks. k II IIt.1
comfort will be the key word in port. Sometimes the straps are in bandanna prints or madras .
In a very small percentage of cases the disk tear or
may rupture 1 1Someone
shoe ,thin sometimes bold for with
wear. plaids
straps are wear causing spinal pains that may radiate into the legs. 1I 1I I
.All facets of this spring's shoe I emphasized for day wear and sports clothes.
Chiropractic has been effective in the treatment of slipped I
care very -
have comfort their "The look' t.1
will be
styles as young girl
or ruptured disKs. A brief preliminary examination can deter
motivating factor, from lower emphasized for day wear asling Fried BreadA mine if you are a Chiropractic case. t.1J
heels Jo softer leather, accord backs with closed toes for J
ing to Baumstein. dres; wear," stated Baum. dessert youngsters will
Heels average 2V4 inches for stein. enjoy: sweetened applesauce ;.,
day and dress wear this spring. "One of the most interesting served with a topping of fried Th. Rose-Bord.recl Shirt-Shift Easy drttt to leave
unbolted or bolted with its own strip of leather. Splash of
The most popular heels are things in shoes this spring is bread. To prepare the bread, rosac prifp4_gold. ttu, or rose Amaf surah. 6 to 16,
heavier than last year whether color," he believes. remove the crusts from the 7.tQ 17.
made of wood, stacked or cover "The colors range from Buttercup slices and cut into finger
ed. Y e low to Mexican Red. lengths; fry until goldenbrownin .. "' "J'''' oF.
But.according to Baumstein, Pastels are Gainesville's biggest butter and then sprinkle with
the biggest news in heels is the selling color this spring. White confectioners sugar.
new "set back" style. Influenced patent> will have a big year, although Is always looking for such things as
by Margaret Gerrold, shoe spring traditionally It's all right to keep pancakeswarm dolls. toys. bicycles tricycles skates
designer, the "set back" slants brings less white and more col- in the oven, but have the sporting equipment. camping equipment. .
the heel slightly toward the toe or." heat very low. books and comic books. clothing pets. .
at its base. games tents .-and many others.

The toe itself has a great va- You can sell what you don't need buy what
riety of shapes, with the slightly you do need or make a trade for somethingyou
tapered look emphasized.The want all with a FREE KID'S WANT AD.
most popular shape this aLS6kLow.
spring will be the "finger tip" t
according to Baumstein. ThisIs .
rounded toe RULES TO FOLLOW:
a slightly taper- AND FINE FITA
ing slowly to the tip. Very
pointed toes are out, losing to -
gracefully shaped toe on an easy-walking heel.A I
the comfort of the slightly tap- 1. This offer applies only to boys and girls
ered style.A spectator you won't want to kick off. The calfskin 15 years of age and younger. \
soft comfortable feeling is upper is silky soft.The toe is gently rounded and set
2. Ads will run a maximum of 6 days if
stressed in shoe materials this on a heel stacked middling high.AVAILIBLE started during the week of March 10th
spring with the soft, glove leather it thru 17th. Ads received after starting dote
walking away with top popularity will run u many days as possible during
according to Baumstein. the week and will expire one week after
starting date.r
Patents are still big news but
now'they come in pastel ... _. MOlt ads will be prl ted exactly a. written
7xE aNAe tltm rMt A Rr .the child,
shades. by but wo reserve the right to
n-word for clarity. The Gainesville Sun
"The big switch in shoe styles !ciir
also reserves the right to reject ads of a
this spring is to the 'cut outs'," commercial nature and the one tthat d.
said Baumstein."Cut not comply with the rules or do not con-
/ form to the newlpap.1 regulations regarding -
outs" are the shoe with sIn acceptability. PLEASE DO NOT
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, 1st Nazarene to Participate ,

Death for Children LurksIn

; In Holy Week Area Revival RELIGION *

Poisions' in the HomeBy ;

t The Rev. J. Rex Eaton, pastor and Mr. and Mrs.-1LL..Yul- Young People's hour which he \

; of the First church of wood, Jr. of St. .Louis, Mo., took in Japan. In the evening II
service he plans to speak on NORMA EINBEKER
the Nazarene announced today will be the guest singers and
t his conversion and call to the Youth Week Begins. Every year, 200,000 or so new
\ the church's plans to participate -music directors. They will also ministry. products designed to make __ _

I in the district-wide simultaneous -lead the choir in special music housework, gardening and home

revival to be held in each service, besides conduct- maintenance easier and people :

102 of the denomination's FlorIda ing a Christian service training To Present At Calvary BaptistToday healthier are put on the American
market. When used directed
as 1
churches March 22-29. course in the day time entitled
they are a boon. When
"Music and Children in the
The revival will be held nightly Stravinsky not, they are a bane.
Church." through next Sundayis i adult and intermediate choirs
during Holy Week at 7:30. marked "Youth Week" at will follow the prayer houron More than 500,000 youngstersare

Eaton will be the evangelist Fulwood was originally from Choral WorkThe Calvary Baptist Church. The Wednesday with another fellowship accidentally poisoned each

Gainesville and is currently event starts with tonight Sun- hour after the prac- year, according to the Poison
minister of music at the Lafay- choir of the First Presbyterian -day evening services and will :tice. Saturday night a spaghetti Control Branch of the U. S. Public -
LutheransSet close with the next Sun i is planned at the Health Service.
ette Park Church of the Nazarene Church, under the direc- daymorning's supper *

in St Louis.A tion of Willis Bodine, Directorof worship service. church with bowling after Most of these poisonings,

Meet On Music, will present the con- During this week the Young wards. would not have happened if

service for baby dedication temporary choral work, "Sym- People and the Intermediateswill Pastor Wife weed killers, paints and especially -

will be held during the regular -phony> of Psalms," by Igor fill all church positions, medicines were keptin

New StudiesTeachers Sunday morning warship Stravinsky, as part of the worship -with Steve Douglas, a young their proper place, correctly
hour on Palm Sunday and service this evening at 7:30 ministerial student, as the To Be Honored labeled and out of the reach of
in the sanctuary of the church. Youth Pastor. Dick Adams will small children. ,
of children and Communion will be served oncf The spoken and sung portionsof be the Minister of Music and

adults in Lutheran Church in during the revivalOn ) the service, including the Jerry Goolsby will have chargeof By ReceptionMembers This is the a d v i ce of family

America congregations of the Easter Sunday,. the last hymns and resoonsive read- prayer meeting. The Intermediate of the Antioch physicians and public health L.4 ::: .
area will meet tomorrow at t lags, will center around "The Choir will provide the Church of Gainesville hon workers all over the nation who
of the services the are
7:30 p.m. in the University Lu day Psalms in Worship." Texts special music at each service. oring their and his wife are calling attention to National
School will try to break their drawn from the Psalms will pastor Poison Prevention Week, March
theran Church to get acquaint-: include Rev. William T. Crosby, pas Rev. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy,
1\\ ed with the church's new edu- previous attendance record. A verses from Psalms 39, tor at Calvary, said, "T his with a reception today on their 15 to 21. .-

cation curriculum.This baptismal service will be heldin 40, 90, 146 and 150. The Rev. will be a splendid opportunity, eighteenth wedding anni In Florida, more than 3,000

the afternoon and Rev. Eat- William G. Neville, pastor of for our young people to get ad- children were reported'poisonedlast
is one of 800 the Presbyterian University ditional experience in church year 90 per cent of them

meetings being: _, held throughout on will show slides during the Center, will give the sermon. work. One day these same The event is scheduled for 3 toddlers under 5 according to

r the United States and Canada The Stravinsky "Symphonyof young people will be leadersin to 5 p.m. in the new pastorium, figures released by the S tat e

to prepare 100,000 teachers Archer Church Psalms" was commissionedby some church, and this will and friends of the McElroy'sare Board of Health.

new lesson materials scheduled the Boston Symphony Or- help better prepare them for welcome.Rev. During the same period, 213 iw-

to begin next September. chestra at its fiftieth anniver- the duties which lie ahead." poisonings were reported to poison _
The church body has a Holds Revival McElroy has been pas Uni-
control centers at the
sary, and was completed in A week of special activitieshas
tor of the Antioch church for ____
than ----
membership of more 1930. Since its first performances been planned for the youth, versity of Florida Hospital and -
the past 18 months. He and Keep medicines out of reach of children, advise
million in 6,200 congregations.A Alachua General Hospital
Over WeekendThe in America it has become beginning with a special fellow-
his wife are natives of Trenton, poison prevention officials. More than 3,000 Florida
than four week.
team of six is con- eccepted as one of the major ship hour tonight after the evening more a Again,
persons children last
attended school in Chieflandand were poisoned accidently year in ibis '
compositions of the century.The service. Tomorrow night the vast majority of these accidental
ducting 15 meetings in Florida First Baptist Church of! have served several manner. \
with teachers from grade three Archer winds up a week end presentation is one of several -from 6:30 to 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. churches.Mrs. poisonings involved children

and up. A key pastor in eachof revival today with a dinner on pre-Easter services to be A. M. Robinson will entertain under 5. and to understand its potential tions, such as lye, cleaning

the areas has made the local -the grounds. held in the First Presbyterian the young people with a ham McElroy is the former The largest single cause of accidental -hazards. agents, detergents, kerosene. ,

arrangements, and will be Church, 106 SW Third St., all I burger fry. Inez Smith, and the couple poisoning of Florida and insecticides in cabinetsjiigh
the seventh team member for Pastor James W. Browningsaid of which are public events. Choir practice for both the has three children. I children was the eating of med The new Federal Hazardous above the reach of children. I '"
guest speaker for the icines. Next in line were insec- Substances Labeling Act requires -
ed to'safe
the of Christian family -Always return products a
area event is Rev. Frank Pearl, pastor ticides, animal and weed poisons that all substances whichare
ucation. of the Carol Estates and potentially toxic, especially storage place( not on furnl-
Baptist Estates cleaning agents.
Carol Youth
tune or on the floor. .._4:
University Lutheran's pas Church in Gainesville. Music Bap't According to Dr. Donald Eitz- those which are poisonous, bear _
tor, the Rev. Frederick Castor, for the revival is by a music -i man, assistant professor of pediatrics a label indicating the degree of -Never store non -edible substances -

will host the team here, with team from the University of in the University of Flor- their toxicity, symptoms of poisoning in food or beverage contain -

the city's Gethsemane Luther- Florida's Baptist Student Un- To Run'' Church for Weekand ida College of Medicine and di- and recommended first rs. --

an's pastor, the Rev. NormanE. ion. a rector of University Hospital's aid, along with the advice to calla
-Protect skin .
Kieffer, acting as key pas- poison control center, nearly all physician. your wheij) using
The old fashioned dinner insecticides, solvents and
tor. On the team here tomor- ending the revival will follow The Carol Estates Baptist :Warren Jones, Miss Joyce Bur- Steve Alligood; Jimmie these accidents are prevent- However, Dr. Eitzman explained cleaning agents.If ro

row will be the Rev. and Mrs. the morning worship services. Church, 1428 NE 20th Place, ton and Miss Barbara Crews. Arnold; Mike Bradley; Joyce able. few poisons have specific an ingestion of a poten-
Carl A. Driscoll and Major Cur- observation of Youth The will under "Most of what we see can be antidotes.
begins its music be and Howard Burton; Barbara "In most cases, tially toxic substance occursln
tis Spencer of Tampa; Sister Oak Hill BaptistTo Week today, ending next Sun- the direction of Miss Burton Crews; Brian Gibbs; Mike Gib- treated," he said, but if parents we do our best to support the your home, call your physician
Mrs. became of the hazards in
Frieda Gatzke of Miami, with Miss Gail Van Popering son; Elaine and Elizabeth Gun- aware patient's nor m al bodily functions immediately. Don't wait for
DeLand and day.Youth : their households and followed ,.
of a
John L. Benson Hear HinduThe Week, a laboratory pro- as pianist and Miss Margaret ter; Sandra Hammett; Brian until he can eliminate the symptoms to appear. : '
Miss Catherine Juram from the few basic rules in the handlingof
ject to learn by doing, featuresthe I Simons as organist. Hollander; Benny Layfield; Barbara poison but we would much
national board in Philadelphia.S. intermediates and Carol and James Maul- potential poisons, fewer rather prevent the poisoning in
Oak Hill Independent young dl!
The prayer meeting, Wednes- youngsters would be rushed to the first "
Baptist Church in Fairbankswill people taking on the work day night at 7:30 will be under den; Patricia Mooneyham; Bil- rooms." place.

African begin revival services, which is ordinarily done by reg- the leadership of the Youth lie Prescott; Linda Shelley; emergency Poison control centers, he Dr. Eitzman of stressed the importance Stores Plaii: '. '
and Smith keeping
ular church officials. Jewanne Tommie potentially
!Thursday night with Rev. Jim- :Week pastor with Jimmy Thomas pointed out, were originally established 'j
Jo Suttles Jimmie Thomas dangerous materials in their
Youth Week officially begins Ruby ; -
my Maharaj, a converted Hindu bringing the message, "All to help physicians, but
with the Union Gail and Jeanette Tread- proper storage place. In a re AntFPoisoflCampaign '
Church Gets Indian from Trinidad tonight Training ; I
as That I Am and Have. now have two functions: .I
evangelist. hour at 6:15 led by Brian way, Louise Van Popering and view of 2133 cases of accidental
"We still all information
Gibbs. The theme for the The week will climax with the Larry Weist poisoning, the National Clearing : -
Native HeadBy Services will be each nightat Sunday evening worship serviceis youth leading and teaching! The week's observance will common available household about the products content in of House for Poison Control .

7:30 through Thursday, "The Church and Its Func- throughout the Sunday schoolon end with a committment service Centers found that in 63 per cent
March 26. Special music and tions" to be headed by the Palm Sunday led by Youth during the morning worship order to advise family physicians !-of these cases, the substancewas Local drug stores will distrti i!

JOHN MACLENNAN singing will preceed each sex Youth Week pastor, Warren, Week Superintendent Gordon hour next Sunday at 11 who call us and to aid doctors not where it was usually bute Poison Proof folders dur-

p Associated Press Writer vice. Rev. George Tison, host Jones. Those who will discussthe Beck. Those participating with a.m. under the leadership of in hospital emergency room kept. ing Poison Prevention Week,

JOHANNESBURG, South Afr- pastor. theme are Gordon Beck, Beck will be Kenneth, Raleigh, the pastor, Frank M. PearL procedures."But Officials of Poison Control Mar. 15-21. The folders contain
during the past few years, Centers Information on proper precautions -
ica (AP-The Rev. Seth Mold- suggested that people
I timi the first African ever we have broadened our scope.I keep in mind the following in storing medicines and
Church Our aim is to show as : household products that
elected president of the Metho--1-- Community Directory*=- many rules:
people as possible how to han -Store harmful when accidently .swal
dist Church in South Africa I all medicines out of
dIethe lowed.
poisons they use daily in
takes over his post later this reach of children; preferrably
year. He is 60, under five feet GAINESVILLE CHURCHES Ridgeview Baptist Church, cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. University Ave. Church of the their homes. in locked cabinets or closets. Mayor Byron WinD issued a

I tall, and believes blacks and Advent Churches I I NW 19th St., services at 11 and 7:30 p.m.University Nazarene, 3545 W. Univ. Ave., "Case reports show that almost i -Always refer to medicine by proclamation setting the weekas
substance found in I
and 8 Pentacostal Holiness
whites can live in amity in a.m. p. m. services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 every its proper name not "candy." a period where a concerted
Ver'oerd's Advent Christian Church, 617 Church, Odd Fellows temple the home has at one time or an- i -clean out medicine cabinets
Prime Minister Hendrik Westside Baptist Church, p.m. effort will be made to eliminate
.,.. racially segregated NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services other been eaten by a child, he regularly. hazards from such products.It .

country. 1 and 7:30 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. NondenominationalWest said.One Dispose of medicines and is estimated that 50,000 chil-
p.m.Umbarger Side Christian Church, of the first rules for pre- household
Catholic products by flushing dren throughout the
The clerics who voted for him: Memorial Advent ( Inter.denomlnatlonalGainesville meeting at Gainesville Little venting poisoning involves the the unused portion down the country are

( regard him as a powerful influence Christian, 19th St. at 45th Ave., St. Augustine Chapel, 1738 Drive-In Church, :Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., handling of medicines, accord- drain and rinsing the container accidently through car poisoned e lessness.each Three year

for good among his own services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat Hawthorne Road, service at service at 11 a.m. ing to Poison Control Center official before> discarding.Store thousand of them were Florida
people, a fervent evangelist anda 9:30 and 11 a.m. and 12 8:30 ajn.The I !. household ]
highly capable administrator. p.m. noon, daily mass Mon. throughFri. Salvation Army, 232 SW PresbyterianFirst Medicines which are beneficial preparaService-children. I

He speaks fluent English, Alliance Churches at 6:30 and 11:15 a.m., Sat. 2nd Ave., services at 11 a.m. Presbyterian Church when taken in prescribeddoses

Afrikaans and several African First Alliance, 11 a.m., warship at 9 ajn. Confession Tues. and and 7:30 p.m. 106 SW 3rd St., services at 11 by the person for whom News

dialects. at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 Thurs. at 7 p.m., and Fri. at Jehovah's Witnesses a.m. and 7:30 p.m. they have been recommendedby I
NE 9th St. 7:30 service at
p.m. 5 p.m. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's a doctor can be deadly for
With 1,364,000 members of all 637 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. St. Patrick's Church, 704 NE Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., Grace Presbyterian Church the child who gets his hands on
the Methodist Church in of God 3146 NW 13th St. service at 11 Elliott R. Owens, son of Mr. Marine Corps Mr Station, Beau-,
races, 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, service at 6:30 p.m. them. Many of the 456 deaths
South Africa is second in size irst Assembly of God, one and 10:30 ajn. and 12 noon. ajn. from poisoning among children and Mrs. J. A. Owens of Mica- fort, S. C.Tanner. ,
only to the Protestant Dutch half mile west of Hawthorne LutheraJIFirst nopy, has been promoted to air
one ChrfstiaDFirst
under five in
Chur- a resulted
Presbyterian year
Highlands of (GHS
a graduate
man second class in the United ..
I Reformed Church which has
services at 11 and Lutheran Church
a.m. from their the
ch, 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat eating contents entered the service in December
1,696,000 members, mostly 7 Christian Church, SW NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 States Air Force at Keesler ""
; pjn. 11 a.m. and 7:30 of a pill bottle.In 1960. -
I Is whites. 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at and 11 a.ntGethsemane p.m. 14-month- AFB, Miss. ;,
I Kanapaha Presbyter i- a typical case, a
The Ret. Mr. Mokitiml says First Baptist 425 W. Univ. 11 ajn. Lutheran an Church, Archer Road past old child got his hands on a bottle The airman is a graduate ot I Army Pvt Clark H. Bole Jr.
Baptist. Christian Scientist of sleeping pills that had P. K. School and whose parents live in RecHick
his visits overseas as a delegate Medical Center, service at 11 Yonge High attended ,
aim.: and Church 1905 NE 12th St
Ave. services at 11 service
Christian Science Church, 420
to international confer- a.m. been left on a desk in his par- the UF. participated recently in command -

ences have given him a broader 7:30 p.m.Calvary SW 12th St., service at 11 ajn. at 11 n.m.University Lutheran. Church ents' bedroom. He was found His wife, Sandra, Is the post Exercise Silver

appreciation of world prob Baptist Church, SE Church of ChristChurch Quakers playing with the bottle on the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Feh- Sands H at Fort Hood, Tjex.:

lems. He visited Austria in 1939, 15th St., ,services at U a.m. of Christ, 205 NW 1826 11a.m.W. Univ. A'e., service at Religious Society I of Friends, floor, having eaten an undetermined my T. Ford of 2018 NE Seventh The 23yearold, a driver in

Toronto in 1947 and the United and 7:30 pinS 14th St, services at 11 ajn. and 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at amount of the pills. The Ter. Company C, 2d Battalion ai4he1st

States in 1961. He lectured and Carol Estates Baptist 6:30 pjn. Methodist 11 a.m. child died shortly after he was Armored Division's 41b'Infantry :'

preached in all these countries. Church, 1428 NE 20th Place, Northeast Church of Christ, Uidtarian-Uaivenallst rushed to the hospital. Army Pvt. Aaron Bronson, at Fort Hood, enUred

I services at 11 a.m. .and 7:30 418 E. Univ. Ave., Bible studyat Centenary Methodist, 1400 Unitarian Universalist Fellowship In another case, a little girl son of Mrs. Alberta Robinsonof the Army in October 19ean
Since 1932 he has been wardenof p.m. 10 a.m., services at 11 a.m.! SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat no. 1204 NW 10th Ave., ate 25 aspirin tablets, but her Williston, was recently as- completed basic training afcFjort,
the Bensonville Methodist In- Old Fashioned Missionary and 6 pjn.Thirtyninth. 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school and services parents did not discover this until signed to the 1st Infantry DIVISIon Gordon, Ga. / *: .

stitution in South Africa's Cape Baptist Mission, at corner of Avenue Churchof First Methodist, 419 NE 1st both at 11 a.m.AREA nearly 24 hours later. They at Fort Riley, Kan. He attended Fessenden H(gh

Province, opened in 1879 to train NW 6th St. and 34th Place, services Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., St., services at 8:45 and 1J rushed her to the hospital, but Bronson, assigned to Company School in Martin and Florida .

I teachers but now a high school at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. services at 9 a.m. and 6lb a.m. Fellowship at 5:30, ser- CHURCHES it was too late to save her life. A, 2d Battalion of the divis- A&M University in Tallahassee;
ice at 7 p.m. Another frequent error ion's 18th entered the Before entering the Army, '
Asked how he proposes to carry Eastside Baptist Church, 1501E. p. m. Baptist very Infantry,
I out his new duties in the face Univ. Ave., services at 11 University Avenue Church of New Northeast Methodist Ho- Archer Baptist Church, Archer that leads to tragedy in the homeis Army in November 1963 and 3uie was emplayed by General

of restrictive legislation affecting a.m. and 7:30 pjn. ,. Christ. 639 E. Univ. Ave., services ward Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- services at 11 a. m. and 8 the keeping of poison sub- completed basic training at Fort Motor Co. here.

Africans in this country, Faith Independent Baptist at 11 ajn. and 6:30 p.m. ium, 1901 NE 9th St., serviceat pm. stances in improper containers. Gordon, Ga. fOe

he says: "I have not considered Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th Church Of ood 11 a.m. -- .- -- One child_ died after _drinking The 18 year-old soldier is a Adrian J. Dove, storekeeper:
Eliam Baptist cnurcn, Melrose kerosene from soft drink bottle of Williston Vocational seaman, USN, son of Dr<
I I these things at alL I will live Ter., services at 11 a.m. and Church of God. Hawthorne a 1963 graduate : :and
7:30 Trinity Methodist Church worship ,services at 11 used to start an outdoor bar- High SchooL Mrs. J. E. Dovell of lOOl-NW
Road and Third Ave. services
the normal
: my life in way. pjn.Forest ,
I' Park Baptist, 162 at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 3536 NW 8th Ave.., services at a.m. and 7:30 p.m. becue fire. 15th Ave., is serving aboard.the

t He was born in Basutoland, NW 5th Ave., services at 11 I 9andlla.m. First Baptist Church of Mlc- Throwing an "empty" container Naval Aviation Officer submarine tender USS Nereus,

I, the neighboring British protectorate -a.m. and 7:45 p.m. EpiscopalEpiscopal I Wesley Community Methodist -anopy, services at 11 ajn. and in the trash can does not Candidate Eugene R. Giffin, ope rat ing out of San 'Dieeb,

i in 1903. His family was Ga"sville Primitive Baptist Center, Chapel of 826 NW 23rd Blvd., services -7:30 pjn.WOliston. put an end to the danger from son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Calif. ...-

r so poor that he and his brother Church, SW 34th St. at Ar- the Incarnation 1522 W. Univ. at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Baptist Church, services poisonous household products. Giffin of 2033 NE 12th St., is Nereus, a mobile, floating

could not be sent to school every cher Road, service at 11 a.m. Ave., Holy Communion at 8 Wesley Foundation and Uni-- at 11 ajn. and 8 pJn. In a recent case, a small boy training at the Navy's Pre- submarine base, provides.-the

day. They went on alternate North Central Baptist a.m., morning prayer at 11 versity Methodist Church, 132C Methodist took a discarded insecticide can Flight School at the Naval Air supplies and repairs necessary

days. Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services a.m. First Sunday, Holy Communion W. Univ. Ave, .services at 8:45 Alachua Methodist, SE 1st from the trash and filled it with Station at Pensacola. to keep submarines o ti.

at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and. at 11 ajn. and 11 ajn. St, service at 11 ajn. water. His little sister drank the Successful completion of the ol.
His father later moved to
NE 1st St
7:30 p.m. Holy Trinity, 116 Mormon Melrose Methodist, services at water from the can, and only school will be a step toward n'I'
I South Africa-first as a teacher Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW 40th Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. prompt treatment saved her gaining his commission and Army Capt. Daniel L. '
and later he entered the Methodist and
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and morning? prayer at 9:30 11. ter Day Saints 1220 SW 5th Orange Creek Methodist, US- life.In designation as a Naval Aviator. 33, was assigned to the
irst Communionat
ministry. 7:30 p.m. Sunday Holy Ave., Sunday, school,.10 ajn, 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat many cases, enough of a element of the Military Assist- -

The Rev. Mr. MokUiml followed Oak Park Baptist Church, 8, 9:30 and 11. Sacrament meeting, 6:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m.Newberry. poisonous substance can be ab- Marine Lance Corporal David ance Advisory Group (MAAG) .
St Michael's 2180
in his father's footstepsby 4610 Archer Rd., services at Milhopper Methodist morn- sorbed through the skin to cause R. Tanner, son.of Mr. and Mrs. in Viet Nam last month. _
Road Communion at 8:30 Nazarene
.training first as a teacher, 9:45 and 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. a.m. Holy family service, at 9:30 First Church of the Nazarene Newberry Methodist, servicesat death. Three Tampa children, Clyde L. Tanner of 302 SE 50th, MAAG, Viet Nam, 1s.an*Army -

and then entering the Methodist Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW morning; at 11 ajn. on; 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 pjn.WOliston died in 1961 after playing with. St, completed the 80 hour, Navy-Marine Air-Force

ministry in 1931. He studied at, 13th St, services at 11 a.m. 1st and 3rd prayer Sundays, Holy Communion 10:45 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Methodist Church, an empty cloth bag that had Chance V 0 ugh t "Crusader' organization which advises-the

Fort Hare College, in South and 7:45 p.m. I 2nd and 4th services at 11 am. and 8 p.m. contained insecticide.In Power Plant Plant and Related! armed forces of the Republic

Africa's Cape Province. He hast Pine Grove Baptist Church, on Sundays. Trinity Church cf the Nazarene PresbyterianFirst general, Dr. Eitzman, Systems Course recently while: Viet Nam on training, the. se of

t been married for 35 years. His 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at! Holiness 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat Presbyterian Church o* warns, it is wise to be familiar serving'with Headquarters and l equipment and tacticaT era-

and his son a teacher. 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. I Eliam Pentecostal, SW AT- 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Wflliston, service at 11 .. with any product one is using: Headquarters Squadron'at the i tioas.

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wind it very carefully, locate a lighters or matches. I PLEASURE!I. Register*t your favorite PubliV," between Thortd -
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A e Good Beef 'Buy' Area Campaigns Shape-Up t :


N As Qualfying Deadline Nears .


Gilchrist 4 Levy Incumbents

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< x I LivelyTRENTON By WALTER MIXSON opposed by Fred Bailey of
Son Area Editor Chiefland.
SAM McGARVEY E. Johns and State Rep. A. J.I

Son Staff Writer Thomas Jr. I : -: Gilchrist County BRONSON The starting Four candidates have filed

STARKE A four-man race Public Defender R. A. Green I politics were livened bit field for the May primary elec- for the District 3 County Com-
for sheriff continues to dominate Jr. has qualified and has drawnas up a tion races in Levy County is all mission seat which incumbent
interest in the Bradford County an opponent, R. G. (Chief) Friday when longtime Tax Assessor set unless some unexpected John Yearty has indicated he
Gainesville. A. M. Quincey drew an. candidates before will not seek for
political campaign as the Justiss of qualify noon again. Vying
deadline-for qualifying on Tuesday opponent in the upcoming Dem- Tuesday. .this position are Wallace E.

e approaches.In 3 YouthsInjured ocratic primaries.T. Howe of Yankeetown, Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court Ern-
that contest, Sheriff P. D. E. L i n dsey, Trenton farm est Stephens qualified to seek I(Junior) Williams, Otter Creek,
R. J. (Robert) Hodge Otter
Reddish has come out for reelection supply dealer, qualified as a re-election terday, thus
Charlie Woods, meat buyer for Publix Supermarkets, seems more than pleased and has drawn as opponents candidate for the tax assessor rounding out the roster of in- Creek, and Sam Standridge,
with the "buy" of beef he made at the Greater Gainesville Area Steer Show Jennings Starling post Friday. Quincey had qualified cumbent officials who are seek- Otter Creek. -.

and Sale Friday. Woods paid $1.26 a pound, or a total of $1,173.06 for the grand whom he defeated four years earlier. ing new terms of office. Three candidates are seeking
champion Angus steer exhibited by 12-year-old Tom Edwards of Starke In StarkeSTARKE
(right) ago; former county commissioner -, the District 1 County Commission
(Sun photo by Sam McGarvey). Harold K. Norman and former -I Another race which is shapingup Only four Levy .County in- seat which Carroll Gil-
e deputy Willard Williams.In Three Starke as a more than casual attention -cumbents have,escaped opposi bert is stepping down from In
getter is that between
another race, County Com- teenagers were injured when tion thus far. They have 36 more order to run for county clerk.
Record Average Price missioner Carl Prevatt of District their foreign-make car went out Sheriff Clyde Williams and his hours to "sweat it out" before Qualified to seek this post
opponent, H. E. (Hank) Handof
1 has qualified for another of control and turned over at the qualifying period endsat are Donald Holmes and G. :M.
Trenton both'of whom have
term and has as opponents, the south city limits Friday qualified.And noon Tuesday. Owens, both of Bronson, and
Dave Shuford and Othma J. (Os- night. Incumbent who were without Harry Hiers of Chiefland. "''

Received at Steer ShowFuture sie) Norman.. Police Chief Bill Rosser said adding still more interest opposition as of yesterday and Only two School Board sealsare
I Jerome- Johns- county- Commissioner that the car, a convertible, driven to the upcoming electionswas who are still keeping their fin- to be filled. Walrath 'of
District 3, is another: by Richard Miller, 18, went the qualifying of a woman gers crossed and their eyes on Cedar Key (District 2)), has
Farmers of Americaand eer's gavel at the show concluding mal was 819 pounds and the average -incumbent who has drawn op- out of con t r ol when Miller at-: Mrs. Evelyn R. Carter, as a the clock are County School Sup- qualified and has drawn no
4-H Club members who I sale Friday. price per animal was position. He has as opponents tempted to pass another car on candidate for the School Board erintendent A. E. Mikell, Tax opposition. +
took part in the ninth annual $343.32. W. M. (Buddy) Harris and Ernest State Road 100 near the bowling from District 2. Mrs. Carter, Assessor Dogan S. Cobb, Tax "'
$1.26 a Stancial District 4
Top price paid was Graham
Collector C. D. Tummond and
Greater Gainesville Area Steer W. Allen.In alley. wife of Trenton dentist Robert!
pound received by Tom Ed- The 41.87 cents average price School Board Member Burton School Board member, 'vl
Show are richer by some $17-, the only other contest, at The accident happened at H. Carter, is challenging incumbent -
wards, Starke 4-H member, for per pound topped the previous Walrath. chiefland, has indicated that
852.70 for their efforts in feed- this time, School Board member 11:30 p.m.Passengers. C. K. Bryant who has qualified -
his grand champion Angus show record of about 37 centsa he will not seek re-election. I
W. F.
ing, grooming and training: W. E. Lawson, District 3, has entered in the car were as a candidate for re-elec- County Judge Anderson I
steer Publix Supermarkets pound and exceeded the rec- Cecil[ Stanley, a former
in his bid for re-election has
for election and has Theron Hunter 17 and William ,
their animals for entry in the' : re tion.;
bought the grand champion ord 41 cents a pound receivedat board member from Chief-
announced G. C.
Arthur N. Holli- S. (Steve) 18. an opponent,
show. total of 1173.06 for the recent Suwannee River as opposition Nipper land and L. H.
paying a to Rosser Other races thus far find Incumbent Perdue Jr.Perdue Arrington ;pf
And show officials including the 931-pound (sale weight) Beef Cattle Show. day.The Nipper, according Lank Akins squared off attorney for the Boardof Chiefland, has indicated that
chairman A. T. Andrews are following were unopposed -was the most seriously hurt and
steer. Publix was the biggest buyer against A. M. Hilliard for the County Commissioners, had candidates for this job.
still happy today over the fact as of yesterday: was taken to a Gainesville hos-
that a record average price of I Along with the steer Pub- at the sale which concluded County Judge Theron Yawn,' pital with head injuries. Miller District 3 County Commissionpost not qua lified yesterday morn- Graham was appointed to fill
lix received a bonus a 12-pint two days of show activities. ; and incumbent Eudell ing, however. the unexpired term of EtCer
admitted to
41.87 cents per pound was re- Tax Assessor Gene Long, Tax and Hunter were
ceived for the 52 show steers lat of Bradford County straw- Jim Wershow, Alachua Coun- Collector J. R. Kelly, Clerk of Bradford County Hospital with Watson vs. Edgar Langford for Incumbents with opponentsthat Usher on the School Board
which went under the auctionCircuit berries. ty Farm Bureau president, began the Circuit Court Charles Darby -lacerations and bruises. the District 5 County Commis- have qualified include: when Usher was elected to the
Mac Levin of Wonder House I : the sale program by welcoming County Commissioner Russell Rosser said that Nipper was sion seat..District.. Clerk of the Circuit Court State Senate in a special primary

Restaurant in Gainesville bid I, the buyers. H. Green Jr., School Board thrown from the car and landedon J Commissioner Jack Stephens opposed by Carroll last year. *
A CourtPostpones on the reserve champion steer, There were 10 blue ribbon member RodneyP"HaU Super- the highway.' Most of 'hisclothes" Rowell is thus Gilbert who is currently a Levy"Countians will Join voters
an Angus exhibited by Greg steers in the 'show*, ;:*,-includingthe ViM r*-of'Registration..Jcneva "were torn off, Rosser as are County Judge Miller far county commissioner. '***<' 'in* Dixie and Gilchrist
Trial ory Bennett Trenton FFA mem- champion and"reserve Flynn, County Surveyor MerrillG. Lang, Clerk of the Circuit Court Sheriff J. W.; Turner opposed -counties to name a senator for.
ber. Levin who did some spir- champion. Gainesville Animal McMillan; said.Miller, the driver of the car, Horace by L. P. (Pat) Hartley of the 21st District. Usher is a
In Levy County' ited bidding for the grand Hospital chipped in enough Also Circuit Court Judge J. C. will be charged with failure to J. Hall Thomas, County, Tax School CollectorM. Williston, former sheriff G. T. candidate for re-election andis
champion, got the reserve money to assure at least 40 Adkins Jr., State Attorney T. E. have his vehicle under control, Sup- Robbins of Bronson and J. W. opposed by Sim Townsendof
The trial of offer of 59 cents a pound for the blue rib-'I erintendent Eli Read, Supervisor Bell.
BRONSON champion on an Duncan, State Senator Charley, Rosser said. Markham of C h iefland. Mark-
Charles Leon Peterson 20, of cents a pound. He threw in a bon steers. of Registration Nellie Lang- ham ran for sheriff in 1960 and Also on the Levy County ballot -
Williston on breaking and en- $50 bonus, however, bringingthe On all steers that were bid ston and School Board member was defeated by Turner in the at a local level, will be
tering charges has been post- total price of the 912 in at less than 35 cents a Clyde Townsend of District 4. second primary. Public Defender R. A. (Buzzy)

poned from Wednesday of this pound steer to $588.08, or 64% pound Publix added enough I Starke Armory State Rep. Howell Lancasteralso County Prosecutor S. E. (Ed) Green of the Eighth Judicial

week until April 1. cents a pound.All money to bring these pricesup is without opposition. Wasson opposed by WilliamE. Circuit opposed by R. G.
A Circuit Court official said in all, '42,634 pounds of to a minimum of 35 cents. Rivers, Bronson attorney. Justiss of Gainesville; Con
yesterday that the trial had show beef was sold at the auc- The ninth annual Greater The qualifying deadline for Supervisor of RegistrationMrs. gressman D. R. (Billy) Mat

been delayed because of the un- tion sale conducted at the Gainesville Area Steer Show Tentative ApprovalSTARKE candidates for county office is Louise Sale opposed by thews, unopposed; and Circuit t 1
availability of a witness in the Gainesville Livestock Market.A began Thursday morning with noon Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Ann Graham of Judge J. C. (Jimmy) Adkins .
case. total of $17,852.70 was received -livestock judging contests for Chiefland. Jr., unopposed; and State At-

Peterson is c h a r ged with by the youthful exhibitors the youthful exhibitors. Judgingof Authorization job in about nine months. County Commissioner War torney T. E. Duncan, unop-

breaking into the Western Auto from the counties of Alach- steers was Thursday after-, for a new National Guard The new building will be located Because of its high stabilityand dell Fugate of Williston (District posed;

Store at Williston and taking ua, Bradford Gilchrist, Levy noon, and a buyers and awards Armory in Starke costing on a 10-acre site donatedby resistance to radioactivity, 5)) opposed by L. K. (Lonnie) Topping the ballot will be the
merchandise valued at between and Union. banquet was held Thursday II about $240,000 has been ten- the City of Starke. The pres- helium is being considered as a Blitch of Morriston. numerous names of all state
$700 and $800. The average weight per ani- night. tatively approved by the House ent Armory building will revertto coolant for nuclear reactors. State Rep. Frank Marshburn candidates.

Armed Services Committee, according the city upon completion of -----

to Congressman D. R. the new one.

Returns VerdictsOn (Billy) Matthews.The Mrs. Ruby Johns, chairman I
Levy Jury Committee included -of the Starke City Commission, Levy Co. Speaking Contest

$165,000 in a military con- said several possible uses for
struction bill for a new Armory the buliding have been sug-

here. The bill has yet to gested, including as a recrea-
Right of Way SuitsBRONSON receive other endorsement be- tional facility or as a city hall. Holds First Eliminations

fore it will become effective. "If we decided to move the

However, A. J. Thamas,Jr.t city hall there," Mrs. Johns
Verdicts total- The land involved in all the XX) which went to Fletcher Mc- former state commander of the said, "then I'd be in favor of I CEDAR KEY The Levy spoke at a school assembly for Ing Wednesday were Sue CampbelL -

ing $169,778 were returned Friday -suits was mostly highway front !Queen and his wife, MaryAnn. American Legion, said Friday using the present city hall as I County Soil Conservation District the upper grades on the subject Horay Baylor, Charles

by a Levy County Circuit age about 60 feet deep.In This included damages to that he has received assurances -a recreation building." I public school speaking "Development and,Use of Our I Clayton, Miles Davis and Rose
Court jury in suits involving the suits that were tried, a truck stop owned by the Mc- from General Henry W. Mc- I contest got off to a start hereon District Soil and Water Resources Hamm.

right of way condemnation for the largest single amount Queens. Millan, adjutant general of Florida I Wednesday morning with for Today and Tomorrow. r
the four-laning of U. S. High- awarded $50,000 went to Mary Other defendant property that a new Armory will Williston OES the first in a series of elimina- ." II Charles Clayton was declared
the winner and
way 19 from Fannin Springsto Willis Rambo. This included owners and the amounts awarded be built here.Thomas Plans to Go to tions. The program was held under :prize of $12.50.In received a
near Chiefland.Settled business damages to the Crys- by the jury included: said, "The Legislature The five chosen finalists the direction of Soil Conserva-
by stipulation in the .tal Oaks Motel and Restaurant approved $75,000 for the Grand from a group of 27 who had tionist Jim Senterfitt of Will- I second place was Horay
trial which started Monday, which Mrs. Rambo owns. She D. L. Norris Rogers, $7,500; project and also $2,500 for ChapterWILLISTON I previously entered on Tuesday I iston. The five finalists speak- :Baylor, receiving $7.50 and in

were suits involving seven par- had asked for 80000. W. L. B., Inc, (three par- plans. We have the land and a Members of third Sue Campbell, who received -
cels of land. Amounts awardedin (Mrs. Rambo, according to cels), $12,320 $6,000 and $4- number one priority in the Williston a $5 award. Awards
No. 142 Orderof
Chapter ,
these suits totaled $11,497, a court official, fell and broke 740; Irvin Krigsman and state for the building. And for Eastern Star were given by the Soil Conservation
are making Bradford
with all but $2,608 going to Wal- her leg as she was stepping wife, Mildred, $29,290; Nan- another thing there's a press- plans for attending Grand Chapter Hospital District.
ter Baynard or his real estate down from the witness stand ette Dutton and W. L. Bayn ing need for a bigger building the
first week in
ApriLIn -- Coaches
of the
firm W.L.B., Inc. after testifying in her case.) ard $5,276; Fred Peterson and as the local Guard has speakers were
wife, Ella, $4,652; Nina J. other activities, the chap- ADMISSIONSMar. Brown both of Starke; Brenda Mrs. Brummitt and H. B. Hodg-
been boosted from 150 to 201
The $2,608 went to George D. The second largest amount
Mahone and husband, Walter, ter observed Obligation Night 6 Ruby Ruth Parmenter -Diane Gipson, St. Petersburg. kins. Judges for the contestwere
and his wife Ruth.Today awarded the members.
Williams by jury was $45-
this past Monday at a meeting School
Victor Carl Union in Principal Bill
$3,500; O. L. Mitchell and wife, Design contract for the build- Mary
presided over by the new wor- Therese Union Noel P. BIRTH ,Campbell, Mrs. Mary Ann X>
Iris, $500 (for a haul road); A- Joyner e-
has been awarded to F.
ing thy matron, Mrs. Sallie Wine- Mar. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Jim- lain and Mrs. Pearl
Dogland (Bob E. ) John Sidney Shuford Jr., all of Cravasjse.
Shetterly I
Hollingsworth St. Augustine architect -
I .
I Burton McLendon Middle-
In 8500. miller. Starke. my Timekeeper was Argie Wind-
History I and work -has already I Other newly elected officers Mar. 7 -George Brown, Harmon burg; a daughter, Brenda Jean. ham. ;

., The court had previously is- started on preliminary plans. serving with Mrs. Winemiller Percy Morgan Jr., JamesJ. DISMISSEDMar.
schedule calls Clayton the
sued an order of taking for all The tentative included Leo Sapp, worthy pa- Hunter all of Starke Cath- 5 Alice won privilegeof
Mary Sellers
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In 1939 Nazi forces completedthe for letting bids this summer, representing the Cedar Key
the right of away along U. S. tron; Mrs. Myrtice Dice, associate erine Waldo Harold Yar- Jessie Edward Baker
Today is Sunday March 15, occupation of Czechoslovakia. a start in construction by Sep Hill ; TimothyJ. school in the finals to be heldon
19 from Fannin Springs toChiefland matron Ross Dice associate
; -
1964. There are 291 days left in tember and completion of the brough, Raiford. Crawford Hilda Louise Houston the Conservation Day Program
the In 1946 French statesman and clearing by I patron; Alice Radacky, Mar. 8 Carrie Marshall, Lester Joseph Prevatt. in Bronson
year.Today's the contractor has already be conductress; Ruth Sandlin, sec- Norman Donna: Mar. 6 Charlie Leslie Gar- High Schoolon
Joseph Edgar '
highlight in history: Leon Blum arrived in Washington April 9,
On this date in 1916, Gen. JohnJ. to arrange for U.S. economic gun. Some property owners involved I Union CountyRed retary; Esther Dreher, treasurer Lee Page, all of Lawtey; Leora I
Pershing led a military expedition aid. had settled out of court and Hank Radacky, sentineL Pearl McLendon, Middleburg; ner.Mar.. 7 Victor C. Union HI, I The next speaking contest
into Mexico to cap- Ten years ago The Su- with the county and state. i Cross Drive Mrs. Inez Edwards and Mrs. Lisa Naomi Norman, Jessie S. Mary Therese Union, Arlene I is scheduled for Chiefland Hfgh

ture and 'punish Pancho Villa. preme Court barred Alabamaand 'Dot Lewis served refreshmentsto Roddy, both of Starke; Charlie Ann Rowell, Ruby Ruth Par- .School on Tuesday, March 18.
Although some of his followerswere Rhode Island from chal- SunFLA.vorInaugural Starts MondayLAKE the 25 members present. Leslie Garner. menter, Willie Searcy Jr., Shir- :The Yankeetown contest is slat-

dispersed, the bandit chief- lenging the constitutionality of I Mar. 9 Daisy Lee Bryant, ley Ann Johnson, Maude Rob- .ed for March 24 and the Bron.

tain was not caught.On the Submerged Lands Act of BUTLER Union Clay Appointed I Raiford; Everett Vinson, Mel. erts Andrews, Effie E. Johns. son and Williston contests will
this date: 1953. County Deputy Sheriff A. A. II I rose; Lillie Mae DeSue, Mon- Mar. 9 Annie Etta Over- ,'be held on March 25 at the high
chairman of Putnam teen S. Todd both of Starke. street, Maude H. Griffis, Ruth school auditoriums.tr
In 1638 religious leader Anne Five years ago Russia de- TALLAHASSEE AP) Sweat will serve as AgentDr. I
Hutchinson, who founded the clared it considered its non-ag- Florida's first sunFlavor em- the annual Red Cross fund drive Mar. 10. Florence Bryant, Jordan, Richard Glynn Jordan, In Williston, the Senior Wom

Antinomian party in New England gression treaty with Iran still in blem will be attached to a bag which starts tomorrow.In M. O. Watkins director, Robert Owen Simmons, both of Rebecca Smith Catherine Hill. an's Club is sponsoring the con
'was banished from the effect despite the Iranian gov- of new potatoes from the J. Ab- announcing the appointment Florida Agricultural Extension Hampton; Henry Briggs Hinson, Mar. 10 -Harmon P. MorganJr. test as part of the local Youth
Massachusetts colony but found ernment's denunciation of cer- Cox farm at Princeton Mrs. T. M. Biherd said Service yesterday announced Starke. ., Ida Jane Merritt, MonteenS. Conservation Program, with
refuge with Roger Williams in tain clauses. ney March 19.Agriculture. Union County's quota is $757, the appointment of Ralph T. Mar. 11 Abbie Esther Massey Todd. Mrs. Miriam Whitehurst 'in
Rhode Island. One year ago All 40 per and that 40 per cent of the mon- Clay as Putnam County agricultural William Marcus Griffis Mar. 11 Minnie Rea Rho- charge. .

'In '1820, Maine was admittedto sons aboard were killed.in the CommissionerDoyle ey raised stays in the county. agent. both of Lawtey; Dossie Brooker, den, Hester E. Zoltowski, Leora The winners of each local

the Union as the 23rd state. crash of a four-engined Lloyd Conner will attach the tag She also appealed for the full Clay succeeds H. E. Maltby, Waldo;, Max Eugene Mooney- Pearl McLendon and daughter contest will appear In the final

In 1917, Czar Nicholas H of Aero Bolivian airliner north- during ceremonies inaugurating cooperation of all of the peoplein who is retiring after 18 years. ham Keystone Heights; Florence Brenda Jean, Shelia Denise Conservation Day Program*

Russia abdicated. east of Arica, Chile. use of the emblem. the county in the drive. service in Putnam. Marian Bitch Annie Dobbs. Bronsoa on April S. ,. r.t

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2C Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 15, 1964 .. uI ._ _

Baird Hardware, a Florida Corporation NW 3rd Ave., running I stop sign tSj vid Acre, 30, W7 SB 4th Averunning I Ia !1431 'NW Tlh Road, Improper turn, S10; Kelly, 23, Law crave T. preniw
vs. Carl E. Stengel. or three days James Daniel Ranlerson stop sign $10; Shirley. Jordon Whitehead I Choute Joseph Sonu 34 1109 NW ed "U" turn alit Sandra Fay Dani
Betty W. Tallman vs. James Monroe Blvd careless $25 Shirley 19, no address listed, running -red
: damages. 26. Alachua, careless driving causinga 21, 730 NW 6th Ter. careless 23rd drIving ; lei
Final Svits minor accident, $15 or three days, driving .$25; Scott Richard Pothler. Angelo Shaddeau. 26. 1C38 NE 20th, $10; Betty Shepard Jordan, 29,.
-I the Place, runrming red light, $10 Rein- Route 4, running a red light, $10; Wallace
Gainesville State of a ;
City of vs. 'Alan Edward Weinstein It, 102 NW 7th 18, 4803 NW 54th St- following too McDonald Beasley, 27, 3001 Haw
SEE Florida, validation. closely. $25i James Joseph Phillips hold Emil Weise, 33 1005 NE 23rd
St. careless driving. $15 three
or Sarah McCol I
$10 w m
by Blvd. failure to yield the right of way
21 Alachua speeding. $10; Betty Hall
days; Walker Farnsworth, 40 New- SE 24th- Place, speed-
CITY COURT Pans 26... 2001 SE 4th Stcareless $10; Johnnie McNeil 18, 1222 SE 10th Davis. 2X
Mardi II berry disorderly conduct by words, driving, $25, Morris Dudley Sheffield. St- using the wrong tag on a bicycle,' big, $10; Starke red light, S10, John
I Judge Wade HamptM presiding $25 or 10 days; Robert. Showers Jr., 21. Route 4, running a red light $10; $5; James Edward Tucker, 29. 414 Lee Plnkey, 18, Route 1, backing Into -
32. 1016 NE 23rd
St. driving while $10 Francis Dab-
NE 7th St.. harboring an unlicenseddog an Intersection. ;
Michael Dennis Holllngsworth 21. 600
Fined Joseph Bennett 1037 NEst intoxicated, 10 days end $150 30 20th St..
or SW speed
$5; Rossevelt Franklin Spence. ney Taylor, 3723 1
NW Patrick
13th Stspeeding $10;
St., drunkenness $25 or 10 days; days and drivers license suspended for 29, Rochelle, public drunkenness, $30; Ing $10 Lowell William Albertson,
William Doyle 22. 3831 NW 16th PL.
J. C. James 41* NW 41st Ave., drunk six months. 40, 1122 NE 22nd Averunning a stop
;running a stop sign, $1; Dwight Marshall Joseph Earl WIlcox, 17 420 SE 13th
the SUNBUILDING and disorderly. $25 or 10 days and Accepted written pleas of guilty at Ferguson, 19, University of FlorIda Ter- faulty brakes, $10; Isaac Williams sign, $10; William Bailey 733 NW 1st
disorderly conduct by fighting $25 or the time of arrest from-Herman Lay- running a red light, $10; Robert 43 740 NW 9th Tar- drunkenness St- speeding. $10; Lewis Health Ben.
10 days; Eddy Edwards, f26 SE 7th ton Cruse 23. Alachua careless driving Gray Justiss 'Jr- 22, 1940 NE 9th St- $25; Roy Allen Howell!, 52. 612 flett, 34 Llllen Ga. careless driving,
Ave., rear, possession of moonshine $25 William $25 Gertrude Lacon Crowder, 42. 508
; Gilbert Gaston, 51. driving the wrong way on a one way: NW 2nd St. possession of moonshine ;
'17'i! car :to rixv* Richard Taylor. 437 SE 1432 NE 19th I NW 35th Ter- stop sign $10; Barry ;
e -- Place running a red street, $10; Jerald Charles Fundk, 20. whiskey $150; Charles Gerald Noland.
I. 5th. -'St:; drunken, S25 j.10 days; light. Sanlbel, Fla- running a red light I 53 Ocala, parking In a truck loading Lee Bulckel. 17 1304 NE 13th St- f
Lumber and license restriction, S35; Royce Farmer Warren I. Harriday 503 NW 1st St.. $10; James Winston Johns 22 Mac- $10; Ruthanna Marie Davis, 24", 429 zone. $5; Aril Broughton, 50. Route Speeding $10; Elbert Cary Eubanks
PERMITSCity I' Combs Supply vs. Tlfton, Ga.. no valid driven license. drunk and disorderly $45 or 15 days; clenny, speeding SID; John Howard 24th St- speeding $25; Walter D. Williams 1 drunkenness $25; James Edgar 59. 824 it
L. E. Olsen Gainesville $34.45. $33; Edward Jim Lewis, DIM- Jane Nolan Vaughn 'address not listed Ward, 31, 24 NE 20th St- failure to Jr- 21. 450 NW 58th St- speed- Bennett. 24, 3620 Archer Road driving NW 16th Ave- running a red light,
more, drunkeness $35) James CMelvtn drunkenness. $25 or 10 days; Richard yield the right of way $15 or three Ing, $10; Hill Robert Ellis Reed, 21, while Intoxicated $150 and drivers license $10; Donald Lee Evey, 30, 550 NW 26th
Southern Vault Co., 950 SE Hornstein Inc. vs. Hooper WItdwood. no valid drivers license Dennis. 1524 SE 24th Ave.., days; Alvin Wayne Smith, IS, 3514 NW 12th Ave careless drlvtna suspended, for three months; Ave- speeding $10 Harold Ray Haw-
$50 Fullward Neiley, 40* SE drunkenness. $25 or 10 days; Johnnie Starke, running red light S10; Beau- $25i William Paul Davis, 19, 111 NW Herman Layton Cruce, 23, Alachua, ley. 19. Route 1, Gainesville, failure to j
21st Ave., office and tool shed, Mozart Corp., Gainesville, nth Ave. no lights on boat. $25} Fred Gllliam 712 NW 2nd St.. drunkenness ford Nathaniel Barry. 31, 931 NE 16th 16th St- following too closely, causing' faulty mUfflers $10; Shirley Ewing, yield the right of way $25; Peggy
Cone Pendley Jacksonville no valid $25 or 10 days; Horace Pettis, Ave., running red light, $20; David a minor accident, $25 Terry Lee Me- $35, 1203 NE :31st Ave- harboring an Chappell Howard, 22, 1330 NW 55th f.
$800.T. $708.25. drivers license, } Victor S. Smyth.Searsdele 602 SE 14th Ter., drunkenness $25 or Lee Nemetz, 24. 103 NE 2nd Strun Grew, 18, Hume Hall cutting a cor. unlicensed dog, $5; Fred Loose 45, Ter- speeding, $10; Russell Franklin -
E. Freeman, 414 NW 34th I N. yS3 reckless driving, 10 days, Harris Leroy Bobby 108 NW 7th ning a stop sign, causing a major accident : ner $10; Richard Parker Astby Jr. 510 NW 7th Ave- disorderly conduct, ( Ennis 33. 1023 NE 8th Ave. running
Melvin Beck Hawthorne, vs. $35 and Walter E. Sparks. Portsmouth Ave., drunkenness $25 or 10. days; DeWll- $50; Nicholas John Roclites 20.: 1924 W. University Ave.. runnlm a m $25, Louts Willis Fleming. 63. 610 NW a red light $10; Marry Shell
Ter., addition to residence, $1,- Lewis Watson Hawthorne Ohio, reckless driving, $35. ton Brown. 216 SW 1st St., drunkenness. 707 NW eth Place, running a red light. light $10; Calvin Layne Jordon 23, 6th Ave- drunk and disorderly by Johnson, 37, Hawthorne, speeding. $10;
against Albert $30 and 12 days; William Goode. 424 $10; John Hillary Roebuck. 43 1215 1210 SW 4th Ave- making a right turn words. $40; Theodore Ford. 714 NW Jesse McDonald, 30 412 NW 7th '
700.Mrs. $12.50.C. Lee Dismissed Battle charges Hawthorne allowing an NW *tn Place drunkenness, $25 or NW 4th St., failure to yield the rightof on a red light without stopping. $10; 7th Ave- drunkenness. $30; Bobby Ave- running a red light, $10; Lester
B. M. Tench, Sr., 115 S. unauthorized person to drivel Albert 10 days; Charlie Temple. 609 NW 6th way. $25; Eva Pelay Leon 26. 309 Jerry Homer Moore 19. S14 NE )tit Roy Rogers, 17, High Springs no driven Howard Mlckler. 26. 2205 NW 8th Ct.
B. Bohannon doing busi- $30 12 NE 10th St., speeding $10; Frank Place. running a red light. $10; Thom license $20; George Orvllle Tyre Winiam
SW Ave.. valid Ave., drunkenness or days; running a stop sign $10
5th no
Butler 22V
Main St., repair business, $500. Place, drunk Lasmldc, 23 Hilltop Motor Court, as Gary Schmidt, 20, 804 NW 11th 62, 1109 SW 3rd Ave- disorderly conduct -
drivers license} and Cleave Harris, Jim Mayes, ill NW 7th Grant Mitchell, 43. 1025 NW 35th Ave-
Bohannon Standard Sta $20 Vincent Ave $15 James N. and resisting arrest, $30 John
speeding Henry perking ;
ness as ; Kelly Illegal ;
: license. 30 days Morris lane Barbara
valid drivers $50 Improper $10
iTheral 0. Moore 105 NW 15th Lacrosse no and disorderly or change.
24 508 NW 2nd Aveand 3509 NW 18th White 21. 918 NW 31st Ave- running Cummings Jr34: Starke red
residence tion, 303 W. University Avenue,! Ordered capias Issued for Wayne Lawrence Snow Jr., 100 NE 8th Ter- $10; Andrew Johnson. 42, Alach a red light, $10; Mary Elizabeth light $10; Sam Smith, S3 746 NW 7th Mortner Murphy 22, 4507 SE 1st Ave-
Ter., remodel $150. Frank I Brown, Waldo withholding support. St., careless driving $50 or 30 days; ua, running a red light, $10; Maxine Wallace 20, 411 NW 14th St. careless Ter- running red light, $10; Will Henry speeding, $25; Laura Lee Michael Murphy
vs. Williams $31.55. Lucius McCormick. 11 NE 1st St. drivIng Hicks, 35, minor 1750 NE 8th Ave 36. Archer, running red light,
Don Kay 3951 SW 6th Place, Continued the cases of John K. Alachua improper turn driving causing a accident. Lucky. no tag on
Stringfellow Supply Co. vs. Webb, 235 NW 3rd Ave., worthless while Intoxicated 10 days and $10; Maxine Hicks. 35. Alachua, Improper $25; William Morton DeGrove. 21, 5 bicycle $10; Anna Tucker Ahrens, 34 $10; Louis Lee Plummer, 57, 2022 NS
addition to residence, $400. check and Emit L. Bennlsh. 2521 SE $150 or SO days suspended; Jessie turn, $10; Eugene O. Goodye Fraternity Row. overtime parking at 2224 NE 9th Terdriving with an ex- 15th Ter- running red light, $10; Etch
John C. Colson Trenton, $71.92. 11th }Ave. petty larceny and MurreyH. Smith Bandy, 111 NE 8th St., running 47, Starke, careless driving $25; John signs $5; Daniel Peter Sanz, 21, 1030 pled drivers license $20 Cyrus Mari el Tucker Strange 55. Mcintosh, running -
Dean Stokes, 1801 NW 36th Denman, red light, $7.50 or three days; Harrison Victor Etherldge 1221 NW 8th St- run- NE 9th St- parking In a truck loading 44", 412 SW 2nd St- running red light, $10; Paul T. Seile 55.
Drive construct residence $14 COURT OF RECORD Hampton vagrancy. Ellis Ozer. 31. 623 NE 21st St., ning a stop sign. $10; Richard Thomas zone. $5; Leslie Brown 18. 1106 SW redflight, $10; Raymond Artls, 39, Kirkwood, speeding $15; Leonard Wat.
Criminal Dispositions COURTHOUSE RECORDS speeding In a school zone $15 or three Elwood 19. 111 SE 1st St- running 4th Ave- no light on bicycle, $5. Route 3. running a red light SiO; son 43. 924 NE 20th Place, speeding,
11M Judas Ira Carter presiding U 0 __ days; Thomas James Hanson, 140 a red light $10; Richard Brown 27, Tommy Lee Hanklson. 20, 921 SE Joyce Elizabeth Webster, 19, 407 NW NW 6th St- no valid drivers license. I
March 11 MarriageMa1rllppJlcltiolls I NW 55th St., careless driving causIng 1524 SE 4th Ave., careless driving 5th Ave- speeding $10; George Wall- 4th Ave- no drivers license. $20; Leonard $40; William Leonard Donlgan. 33. 21
Thomas Oil Co., Phillips Petroleum Fined James Coney Alachua. .no a major accident $15 or five $25; Mary Rogers Acres 52; 4011 NW ace Dekle, AI, NW 12th St- running a Charles Johnson, 34 29 SE 49th I SW 23rd Ter- overtime parking at meters
Co., 1310 S. Main St., valid drivers license. $30 or 10 days; Iowa Janet and Marie William Maxwell Martin n,'L Grundy rence. days; Timothy Alan Thompson 20, 1012 21st Ter- speeding, $25; Harold Da red light, $10; John Benson Fink, 40. Drive, speeding $10; Charles Vincent $5.
Sylvester Curtis Alachua violation of 20, West Palm Beach.
addition to warehouse, $600.E. restriction $20 or five days) James Marilyn JoAnn Sellers, 28 Ocala
Riley Dix, 24 SE 4th Ave., no valid William Lester Stuart, 41 Ocala
L. McGuire, 2008 NE 17th and *
driver license $20 or five days? William
Sexauer. 27, Gainesville
Gilbert Gaston Jr., 1432 NE Ifth Sylvia Ann QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICE GOOD THRJ MARCH 18Thwweoiiae
swimming ,
Drive, construction of and Frank Nicolas Schmit 24. .
Place, speeding $20 or five days; .
pool, $2,300. John Lloyd Hundley failure to yield Gainesville.Joan Diane Stephen, 23", Gaines STOW BMC. COPTStMfrr- beds Jr "
Samuel B. Teeters Jr. 3726 SW the right of way $20 or five days Carl ville, and Edward Reeves Cathcart ? SAYS 'i -
Bliss Monroe, Hawthorne failure to yield 35. Gainesville.
6th Place, construct swimmingpool the right of way $20 or five days Jewel Ruth Crews, 17 High Springs ii i
McArthur McClellon, Lacrosse, Improper and James Bryan Adams 24" Panama -
$2,500.Seventh drivers license, $20 or five City. :
Adventist Church days} Isaiah Strickland. Alachua, no Linda Frances Powers. If, Gainesville :; is I
Day valid drivers license $20 or f I v e and Kent Richardson Felix, 24. / t
822 NW 5th Av., repair church, days} Henry Lewis Syples no valid Crete Well III.
drivers license, $20 or five days} Emanuel Irene Thtertach, 36. Hawthorne,HandHew. _.
$150. I Thomas, 1213 SE fth St., speedIng Gearad Manning Cleamons 33 iii i
$25 or 10 daysAlma l Jean Per thorne. 1
Irving Kaplan, 1616 NW 3rd ryman, no address listed $35 or 30, Marilyn Lois Renner. 24. Gaines LI \
Ave., repair residence $2,000. days Clifton G. Taylor, 408 NW 4th Ivllie I and Charles Franklin Angel :> ST
St., worthless cheeks (two counts, restitution 42, Gainesville. v
Fred E. King, 1918 NE 6th and $35 fine and costs of courton Divert Suits Filed
each} Paul Luday, Ocala.worthless Lucille Sills vs. Nathaniel Silts.
Ter., addition to residence, $3,- check restitution and $20 costs; Norma M. Walker vs. LeRoy Walk.
and Janie Watkins High I Springs,
500.William I worthless check six months. Alberta K. Crews vs. William M. LM1P
G. Blue 1501 NW Estreated the bonds of Franklin CreW
Gene White, Albany Ga.. violation of Other Suits Filed
31st St, construct residence, restriction, $3$; Ala Mae Allen, 760 Charles Clifton Jr. vs. Eliza Denton I
NE 23rd Boulevard, drunkeness suit to quiet title.
2000. $35 Herbert Peter Calloe. Jacksonville Modern Homes Finance Co. vs.
Butler Brothers, 3854 NW 13th drunkenness, t3Si Beatrice O. John D. Robinson and Beatrice Robinson J
Enslow Orlando, violation of drivers mortgage foreclosure.
Place, construct residence, $8,- 1j \

000.Palm \ ,
View Estates, 1827 NW
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37th Drive, construct residence, WHAT WILL YOUR I -


A. Pearson, 4048 NW 12th Cube Steaks 1 10 Fo 89 I

Ave., reodel residence $361,


Ave., repair residence $300. Chipped Beef 3 39t pKfll.

O. E. Fowler 101 NE 9th St., r

repair Mrs.residence R. D. Martin$500., 301 SE I BE FOR 1964! : ,

13th Ave., addition to residence,

$900.William Long, 103 NW 24th Gr. "AN Quick Frozen

St., construct County foundation, $110. It all depends upon REGULAR 59 WHOLE OR HALF CHICKEN t

"H" Inc., 3320 NW 30th Ave.,

construct residence 12000. whether or not you Fresh PorkHAMS

"H".Inc., 3330 NW 30th Ave.,
construct residence $12,000. GIZZARDS
"H" Inc., 3224 NW 30th Ave., FILE FOR ?

construct residence $12,000.
"H" Inc., 3236 NW 30th Ave.,

construct residence 12000.

"H" Inc., 3311 NW 30th Ave., HOMESTEADEXEMPTION LB. 19 ;

construct residence, $12,000.

"H" Inc., 3301 NW 30th Ave. lAVE
y, >E f; r yk", z. : ,. aa q yr'tx ,r ..ham s s E91 r.3' r f.3
construct residence 12000.

"H" Inc. 3225 NW 29th Ave.,

construct residence $12,000. I $ 4t EACH Limit 3 with $2.50 order or more 1 1o

"H" Inc.. 3236 NW 29th Ave., ..
construct residence, $12,000..- -- 50 Extra Top Value Stamps JeIIoGeIatin..Pc7 ;

"H" Inc., 3224 NW 29th Ave., Hundreds of old and new home-owners have not filed WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

construct residence 12000. their 1964 Homestead Exemption applications. These ONE 2.u. PKB. TASTE O' SEA
John Camp 2627 SW 31st St., applications MUST be filed with the County Assessor Breaded FlounderGOOD SAVE 10* EACH THRIFTY MAID

construct residence 8000. by April 1st.
Tomato Juice 4t CAN
Ray Langieri 2070 NW 71st -OT. I
St., construct residence $29,500. Given below is a table which shows the value of 51 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE .

Emray Construct Co., 6310 Homestead Exemption: SAVE 16* DEEP SOUTH Limit one with $2.50 order or mort

Archer$2,000.W. Road install sidings If the And it is Not BUT-If you claim Grape 2 LBo JAR 191

Assessed HomesteadExempt. your Homestead ITEJelly .
S. Worley 4251 S. Main St.
Value of Exemption by April 1. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps )

park trailer. Your Home Your Tax Your Tax IsIS WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Oft SAVE 10< EACH .
Tommy Ridgell 2010 NW 55th

St., construct residence, $6,000. $ 5,000 -, ;;: $I 0.00 Pice. HOWARD JOHNSON Arrow Bleach GAL GLASS 191

Littlewood Estates Inc., 4321 5.100 201.96 3.96 Chicken Croquettes .

NW 16th Place construct resi 5.200 205.92 7.92 GOOD THRU MARCH 18TH
dence 5.300 209.88 11.88 SAVE Las EACH .
5.400 213.84
L. Brabham, 1341 SE 43rd 5,500 217.80 19.80 15.84 S:
St, park trailer. 5.700 5.600 221.76 225.72 23.76 27.72 Clorox Bleach K GAL. PL'STIC

COURT OF RECORD 5.800 229.68 31.68
5.900 233.64 35.64 SAVE 4H# EACH MUELLERElbow

Civil Dispositions 6.000 237.60 39.60 50 Extra To
Judge Ira Carter presiding 6.100 241.56 43.56 PuRCtIASePof Macaroni.I aooz.PKG.10;
March 11 6.200 245.52 47.52 wITH THIS eouPON AND .

Leonard W. Saine Gainesville 6.300 249.48 51.48 B PKGS. ASTOR FRonN
6.400 253.44 55.44 Green Peas REG 35*: DIXIE DARLING RAISINCinnamon
c-o Osborn ContractingCo. 6.500 257.40 59.40

., $703.55. 6.600 261.36 63.36 GooD TNRU MARCH 18THAT )1
Wilson's Store 6.700 265.32 67.32 Rolls aCT PKG. 291
Department vs. 6.800 269.28 71.28 ANY WINN DIXIE .
George Alfonso Peoples and 6.900 273.24 75.24

Navella Peoples, $67.36.A. 7.000 277.20 79.20 REG., lOt. DIXIE DARLINGDinner

L. Hal McLeod, doing bus. 7.100 281.16 83.16

iness as McLeod and Co., High 7.300 7.200 285.12 289.08 91.08 87.12 Rolls 6-CT.PACKAGE 51

Springs vs. James Rushing, 7.400 293.04 95.04 50 Extra Top Valie Slanpi .

Alachua $69.91.Fuilgas 7.500 297.00 99.00
7.600 300.96 102.96
Inc., Gainesville vs.
7.700 304.92 106.92 2 Pxos. PAN-REDI
W. R. Hargrove and Kathryn G. 7.800 308.88 110.88

Hargrove $49.45. 7,900 312.84 114.84 Breaded Oysters The smart place to go | K

James W. Thomas, doing bus. 8,000 316.80 118.80 GOOD THRU MARCH 18TH "iiix:

Iness as Dub's Gym, Gainesville 8,100 8.200 320.76 324.72 122.76 126.72 54 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
for good things to eat! |
vs. Robert Morris, $262.14. 8.300 328.68 130.68

C. C. Davis Gainesville vs. 8.400 332.64 134.64

William Martin Gainesville 8.500 336.60 138.60
8.600 340.56 142.56 _
$83.96. 8.700 344.52 146.52 :' ,- .,,;;: ': JP- ]CA"Y.- ::. _,___ '::: ':' ___ _"-- I tMP s

Gas Well Inc. vs. Mrs. V. L. 8.800 348.48 150.48

Chalfant doing business as 8.900 352.44 154.44

United TV Sales $31.34. 9.100 9.000 356.40 360.36 158.40 162.36 FRESH YOUNG TENDER FRESH JUICY ; APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUTPOLE

Aetna Finance Co. vs. Sola 9.200 364.32 166.32 a

man Durant and Alveta Durant, 9.300 368.28 170.28 I
$557.51. 9.400 372.24 174.24
9.500 376.20 178.20
Aetna Finance Co. vs. Reaniza 9.600 380.16 182.16 i '

Foster, $359.65. 9.700 384.12 186.12 -

J.Aetna Morand Finance and Mary Co. vs Lee, Edgar Mor 10.000 9.800 9.900 388.08 396.00 392.04 190.08 198.00 194.04 BEANS i LEMONS PIES

and, Ocala, $423.

Aetna Finance Co. vs. Will For each additional $100.000 assessed value tax

am E. Harris, Hawthorne, increase is $3.96.

$550.41. Tax estimates based on 1963 tax rates. '
Aetna Finance Co. vs. Clifford

Kelly and Margaret Kelly Law In addition to the above serving in your county taxes. i

tey, $327.51. Homestead Exemption is worth about $50.00 on your 25.29 4 s$1

Johnnie Wilson's Mae Department Wright Store Alachua vs., city taxes. ; oozJI X a

$17.67.R. i I

H. White, doing business as FILEYOUR

Shell's Super Service Station _
1224 E. University Ave., vs. Rev., I ;: : : ;",,!kdir.; _f_.;4. .__=-. _:::._'..... __ "_ __ _A ,_ _,_: "--<=-:._ w.f :; :: WJJ::; _!' ._fF_ .,

Gainesville s.vf

$55.50.W.. L. Summerlin, M. D., vs. APPLICATIONBEFORE }&Hg&t CL smife ettefoy-ti/me .

Mrs. Jeanne Robichaux, White APRIL 1st

Springs, $310.E. .

business. E. Roberts as Roberts, formerly Feed Store doIng, and a statnf ot eve1/ dime cctIi

Hawthorne $25. J. Pierce Smith boo orv'

McDaniel Furniture Co. vs. ,
Clint Lowders Mobile Horn Alochuo County Tax AsMssor -

Sales Corjt, $235.87. I Ii


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Sunday March. 17., 1964 Gainesville Sun .3c::

I ppointed 3' .UF Profs $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $1Sun's .1

,1 ; :; %S .y I
Ass't DeansThree ) $ '

,I r i1Lr Prizeword Puzzle Corner 1 la.r

University of Florida f.dYla .
professors have been made "
sistant deans. "
.S 1. The prize for the correct solution to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLEwill
be $100. If no correct solution Is received In this Sunday's puzzle then S25
The State Board of Control In prize money will be added to next week's award making next week's prize $125.

yesterday approved promotions -"s L If the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The Sun r
'( for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of 1100 will be added. If more than
for Suprgeon S. Cherry, Dr. E. i- !r- one correct puzzle Is received from home-delivered subscribers, the bonus win-
be divided them.
Ruffin Jones and William L. ; t; among '
3. The Sun will pay at least S2S each week for the correctly solved PRIZB-T
Sawyer. WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is received -_*
the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the correct
Cherry was named assistant N. V$ solution.

dean of the College of Physical 4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each
f clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle
Education, Health and Recreation or use a good exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholes
sale reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest Is based on skilL Tne-
in addition to his teaching eM decision L the J fudges shall' te final and all contestants taking part must
agree to accept this *f.slon as a condition of entry. All entries become the
duties as professor and head of property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned. ,'

Intramural Athletics and Recre- ,f-.nllles.50 Anyone, except employes of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their
wW. may enter this contest.

i ation. I .. After. you have filled In the puzzle ,aste It on the back of a four Mail It from a Florida postofficA In
Dr. Jones named P. O. Box 5). Pete. Gainesville Sunfe
was assist Gainesville Florida or bring It to the Gainesville SUn Circulation -
ant dean in the College of Arts Military Ball Candidates day prize at must Department f be received Office at 101 the SE Gainesville 2nd Place.Sun All office entries.not to later te eligible than Wednn-for the

and Sciences. He is a biology IiGood Entries enclosed un. We In ere envelopes not responsible for entries lost or delayed In the mails?
cannot be
_____ accepted.
professor and has been servingas The University of Florida ROTC cadets' 1964 choice for Military Ball Queen 7. There can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the cont.at
assistant dean in the Graduif Each reader
ate School will be one of these three coeds who. were chosen last week as finalists in the Ole Pete Handing Over The Boodle. may submit not more than FIVE entries In each weeks contest t

annual campus competition. Left to right are Karen Roberts, Betty Jane Wendt, Circulation L A copy Department of the Gainesville of Sun may be examined free of charge at the'
Sawyer was named assistant and Paula Hicks. The queen will be named as a climax to the cadets' MilitaryBall Fla. during regular office the hours.GalnevUle Sun at 101 IE 2nd Place. Gainesville

,I dean of the College of Engineer- Saturday, March 21. t. WInners. If any end correct solutions to this Sundays PRIZEWCRq.a
ing. He was head of the Dept Last Week's PUZZLE Sundays will Gainesville be announced SUn. and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published In next

of Engineering Science and Me- UF Class of 14 Join I 10. The Caleea.m. SuIt resents

chanics.Dr. i to PrizeicordExplanations ts Tor1 :tio any.other thla erzors oontest.which the mq right appeu 10 eoCTeCt m U7 any Published b'Porrapbioaj IIMtert&.,:,:'

William A. Nash will

move up to Sawyer's old ..posi Puzzle No.9.
tion. Alumni Grand Old Guard'The

s ., Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard .,
rsity of Florida's ment during the Spring Home- with former Florida SecretaryR. 1. APTITUDE not attitude. lq. ,:I. __ _

GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS "GrSffSWWHird": com coming next weekend. A. Gray presiding at the cer "APTITUDE in particu 1 a r" "... ( 2 IG T D ,.

posed of alumni who were grad- emonies. links[ un more specifically with ':j 'f
Class of 1914
Members of the
I 'i'E'K = tI !
"does BETTER. "It's becauseof ,
'" b of the
uais jl\tl j years or more ago- Returning m e m ers
1328 NW 6th St. FR 6-2924 will be initiated into the ranksof
will receive a new "detach- classes of 1919, 1924, 1929, 1934, his attitude" may equally explain fd/01N E ...
alumni of the
the oldest living and 1939 will also be honored at why "one trainee does"WORSE

Lunch Where Your Friends Lunch- University in ceremonies begin the banquet which is scheduledfor "than another." 9 ENT/ iT/ M.

.. WHERE? ning Saturday morning.The 5:30 p.m. in Florida Gym 6. CAFE not case. CAFE Is / N : io I 6ST 12 E '.
nasium.U. .
will be initiated the natural answer. Case is too
1914 graduates
Qtatm aut1+ into the Grand Old S. Congressman D. R. (Billy -vague and needs to be further < ,;, P -/0 R T II>

LL Guard at a Class Reunion and ) Matthews will be master of qualified. It wouldn't make : ::: : ...>..y:,:;;.,..i.I.. 14- Is
706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE much sense to say, for example .: ::}n 0 0 D i is
reception beginning at 4:30: p.m., c ere m ones. The events are :;.
highlights of the University of : "George Smith has a fin 0 /
Florida Alumni Association's ancial interest in a case." /

annual spring assembly.The Cage, cake and cave also need N / is /I9 AS TE

Who's U1111!! reunion will offically be- further explanation. -V AI T R / .,
Trying gin Friday with Alumni Association 7. SKILL not still. A whole"field"
executive council meetingsand of activity, as impliedby O O 0 w n

a special workshop for "publicity generally," is 2
"'$.dSM 9 w 9 single still. SKILL makes a
Friday night, a "Meet the- 1964 BELL-MeCLURE SYNDICATE '
straightforward answer.
To Fool Whom? Faculty" concert will be held in If you are not now a home-delivered sub-
scriber and
This Week would like
to have The Sun :
.NN pq 8. DEAL not dial. "You MAY
ih sy the University Auditorium, with started, please check box Extra Bonus for L1.
Ai 11 members of the University'smusic have to start DEALINGagain. home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No 2 ..
faculty performing for ." "You" presuma b 1 y OfferedWell Name ,
$200 I
the alumni, students, faculty WILL "have to dial again.

COMMISSIONER and city residents.In .
The clue
9. PEGS not
peas. winner Street Number
we finally got
EDWIN H. ANDREWSLET'S addition to the reunion celebration implies something that "moth -in fact, we got two of them:
would have "on
er" normally
programs Both being regular subscribersto City
include the annual business hand." "Mother" may "find" Stat Phone '.
the Sun they shared in the
SAYS: meeting of the Alumni Associa- her stock of clothes PEGS to bonus,. making the co-winners Prlsor"
Y tion, an alumni faculty barbecue -be insufficient. She may easily, share $212.50 eachNOT..BAD! ," Mail to: Prixeword Contest < .j
campus bus tours, the Flor- on the other hand, not"keep Congratulations to Mrs. Lucile'i The Gainesville Sun
ida-Georgia baseball game and peas regularly "on hand. Edwards of Brooker and Mrs. Box 57, Gainesville, fit. =-

Saturday night's intra squad Nettie DuPree of Gainesville.Both ----
11. MOLD not gold. The val .
ON Orange and Blue football game. ue of gold is fixed by man on knocked puzzle No. 8 out Ph

i a basis of supply and demand. of the box. CLUES ACROSS: .
New Volcano .Gold is not "natural richness"as \ 01
Boy, it sure is a relief to get 1.
far as "the EARTH" is con Something may need to be done about street _.
rid of those bangtails. I vow
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP- cerned. MOLD is fully apt. here and now, not to make any 5. Parted with in exchange for money.

t We're Spending MoneyThey're A major new volcanic eruptionwas 17. FIRM not film. A FIRM, more rash statements like wearing 7. Tapering to a fine tip. :
reported late Friday on a silly haircut until we geta
as the clue implies, may *
Unimak Island in the Aleutian winner. If tails become 9. If stolen from a man, could seriously inconvenience him.
come into existence" BECAUSEof pony
chain, with a two-mile river of "the war." A film is simply, popular, Mrs. Pete will find mea I 10. Young animal. -a
lava from the mouth of : I
flowing made ABOUT "the war." low-hanging limb. However, 12. We are no longer concerned with the things the Victorians
the crater and debris hurled
Spending MoneyWho now that we've got the winning, had to -. '
2,000 feet into the air. 19. RESTS not tests. "Soldiers ways maybe we can get a winner
The lava flow and spewing debris -may need to be given RESTS each week. 13. How dangerous it Is to In the path of a fast approaching -
was reported by a Coast DURING" such "training," cer car is likely to depend on the distance. -

Guard plane flying a low-level tainly. The tests would be regarded Now, here's the deal. This 14. State of mind or feeling.
survey about five miles east of as PART of the "train- week we have a new puzzle R

( really knows who's spending the mostn?) Westdahl peak, on Pogromni ing." worth as much as $200.00. Same 16. Taking a through an area infested with bandits
Volcano at the west end of rules prevail. Everyone is eligible might well be dangerous. .
EJECTION not election.
''I1L4F 25. to enter except as indicatedin
Unimak."I ] 19. A leader writer well have
may cause to criticize
If he's his election governmental
"popular, Rule No. 5. Even last week's
will be no surprise, and "will" winners can win again. The over a certain affair.

hardly "cause quite a stir," free word list will again appear 20. Where are concerned, certain cleaning aids can bea
At last count 124 businesses and CAA candidates. This is democracy SAVE BY 20th which phrase suits EJECTION in today's puzzle corner. Thisis big help. .

families from all walks of life and we're glad so many have taken OF MONTH better. really not a bad job if I can 23. Hurling a stone at one could get a boy Into serious trouble. '
EARN HIGH RATE 26. PLACE not plane. In any: get a winner each week. You
had contributed $4,150 to the a first-hand part in the race i I FROM THE 1st ordinary case, "you" don't see, I get a bonus every time I 24. Tourists from California may well plan to visit it ..
get a !
campoign for Edwin H. Andrews. It such a part they're willing to sacriis OF MONTH "book a plane," but a PLACEon CLUES DOWN: Ij
one; hence, there is no In defense of Mrs. Pete's column -
evident that many have also confice money. real question of a plane being last week, she is really 2. It's always a pity when good are not appreciated. J

tributed to the campaign of the 'available" for "you." not that bad. In fact, the next 3. The instinct to may be said to lie deep in man. :

time she slips some underneath
27 PERSON not parson. 4. Simpleton.
her cell door I
might use
"Good, as applied to PER- it again. 5. Will leave characteristic marks on the surface. :;
SON, means: kind, pious, etc.; :
but a "good" parson simply 6. Looking at it, a secretary may know only too well that there'll4be

means one competent in his trouble when the boss sees it. ,,
Believes Folks quently "come apart" in spots,
Commissioner Andrews
reWorking vocation. whereupon something is "done 8. If flung at a man, may well incense him. <"

more about" them before the whole 11. Foolish person. .
Hard and Spending Their Money CLUES DOWN seam is affected. A SEAT
: may :.
15. Person who is likely to feel a certain sense of responsibility
become weak and shaky, but
Because the Issues Are Clearly Divided 3. TALK somewhat not tale earnest The clue you'll hardly let" it "come a- 17. An ordinary man will be no -. for a scheming adven-
suggests a
ap- turess.
0 part" when "worthwhile. Sealis
proach, suiting TALK. For tale,
0 "enjoyed" would have been weak. 18. A jealous wife will hardly approve of a man giving his secretary :

Commissioner Andrews stands on Commissioner Andrews believes his better than "appreciated.'* 21. SEEK not seem. A "good one. u

actor" applies himself to the 21. Highest part. :;
5. GALE not sale. Normally,
the side of unencumbered men votopponenb stand on the side of "avoidance" of faults, but is .
such "precautions" are "consid- 22. The sun. _
ing their convictions out of their government by plan and design of ered" BEFORE the sale end not APPARENTLY doing so.
.4. undertaken "during" it. GALEis SEEK, therefore, is more apt
own experiences as products of the theorists and experimenters. I the than seem.
more to point. FREE WORD LIST :

great American system. 10. SHADE not spade. SHADE
Solution Last Weeks
"would probably help to make THIS LIST CONTAINS AMONG OTHERS, THE .?

things easier for" him, in a general Puzzle CORRECT WORDS. FOR THE PRIZE CROSSWORD '
sense. A spade may simplybe PUZZLE
SAVINGS a necessary tool,, in which AP I UDE aR n._

It's Not Just A Gainesville Issue case, it "WOULD" do so. Thus A U CAFE Load Skis";
for spade to be apt, it shouldbe IS SKILL DEAL Gift Match Sol
TO $10,000 better qualified in the clue. A K E PEG IS Capital Haste Matron Sold '.

It's Nation-Wide-Yes, World-Wide-in Scope 16. BOY not boa. The clue implies OLD G w HL Capitol Hunt Mood Stains *

that this is characteristically COVE B A Catch Hurt Patron Stairs
"active. A BOY is typically FIR A E OLD Chow Intentions Pointed Step ::

: If You Believe in 'the System GUARANTYFederal "active," more so "at sometimes V a Q a a Crow Inventions Rent Stop :

than at others. A boa is RESTS HE Cub Letter Road Taste"

not a really "active" creature.It JECT10N Dart Lift Sap Tent !
: That Has Made America Great is really "active" only AT LACE nan Dirt Lights Sights Top .

.. TIMES. K '|ERS0N| | | | | Fear Litter Skid Waste':
and Loan Wear 2
Savings I K
%to. SEAT not seam. Seams fre-

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:,..... .- EDWIN H ANDREWS Who Instead Thinks of FOR FROM Himse'f a I I I I 220 N. Main St. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$:

REELECT : Minority Bloc Experimental Pel( AdvJ I Gainesville 1 $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

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\Activities At Brask Sclieiber Duo l 1SNINGJ organist dude Willis; Bodine 'I

} POST pist; Sarah ;
rr Willard Brask, ; !

17 OF F Danburg, pianist;
To Present Chamber MusicThe versity of Florida

a< tet.

(For week of March LOOKING
16-22)) BRASH SCHIEBER. periods, the baroque, classical' poser who died in 1955, is the

Monday Baseball: Florida DUO, Willard Brask, pianist,I romantic, .and contemporary. 20th century representative on The Men's and

vs. Vanderbilt, Perry Field, 2 and Robert Schieber, violinist, The baroque entry is the Sonata the concert. The viola sonata Clubs of the

-p.m., will present a concert of chamber in G Minor by Pietro Loca. was written in 1920 and pre- rida, conducted by

Tennis: Florida vs. Mia- music in University audi- telli, one of the less well-known dates by some four years Hon- Will present their

Ymi, Varsity Court, 2:30 p.m. torium Tuesday evening, March composers, an Italian violinist egger's most famous, or infa- Concert in I

Lecture: "Shakespeare: 17, at 8:15. This concert was and composition pupil of the mous, composition, the "Paci ium on Tuesday, rI'I I II

Man versus Artist," Dr. James previously announced for March great Corelli. fic 231". Wednesday, March I
.* Au- 19, and has been rescheduled -f ond Twilight
G. McManaway, McCarty Beethoven's Notturno, Opus CONCERT FOR ALUMNIThe Plaza of the ''I
for March 17. The concert is
.:ditorium, 8 p.m., followed by I
in Florida Union free and the public is cordially 42, was originally written for weekend of March 20-21 presented at 6:45, I
'reception Bryan
string trio but transcribed for combined
invited to attend. brings Spring Homecoming and II
Lounge. viola and piano during Beetho-
the return of alumni to campus. cert bands I
Tuesday Baseball: Florida VARIED STYLES ven's lifetime and with Beetho- Friday evening, March 20, at ard W. Bowles

'vs. Vanderbilt, Perry Field, 2p.m. The four compositions, mak- ven's approval. The Notturno is !.8:30, the University Department versity of Florida. The general R uschka.Oiafnrsuil1c.

'" ing up Tuesday's program, con- in the classical serenade style of Music presents a special fac- public and students are also cor- I

: Lecture "Molecular Biology trast the styles of four musical and belongs to Beethoven's ear- ulty concert honoring Univer- dially invited to attend along
: -
ly period. sity of Florida alumni in Uni- with the University of Florida (
is this Alone the Answer I
The most expansive selectionon versity auditorium. The light alumni.
? Dr. F. C. Steward, Mc- Ask Student the program is the great and varied program will feature The program will be exceed- MOUS MllCi .
Carty Auditorium, 3:30:
p.m. romantic Sonata in E flat
Opus some ten of the seventeen mu- ingly informal and refreshmentswill
= = =
Film Classics Series. "De-i 120, No. 2, by Johannes Brahms. sic faculty members of the Uni- be served. Faculty artists fT 1r!

'vil's Envoy's Medical Science Fee StudyTALLAHASSEE This work is the final opus num-

-Building Auditorium, 8 p.m. Ii her in the Brahms catalog and

.. carries the full essence, depth J
Concert: Robert Schieber, (AP) The and felicity of expression of the ,

violinist, and Willard Bra s k, State Board of Controls has mature Brahms. '" '
Auditorium called for a study to determineif PRfCES
pianist, University ,
The Sonata by Arthur Honegger Merchants GOOD :3 r,
student fees should be
;1:15 p.m. higherat
eminent French-Swiss com W A m THRU
the state universities.At .
Wednesday Fine Arts Committee
I Lecture "P a 1 nter's its monthly meeting Fri- INVITATION FOR BIDS
The Levy County Housing Authoritywill & t' u
View on Contemporary Art," day, the board was told that receive bids for the furnishing of QUANTITY

:Hiran Williams, Florida Union university fees around the na- all services labor required materials to equipment construct Low and RIGHTS r

Room 324, 3:30 pjn. tion generally are rising. .28 Rent until Housing 2:00 Protects o'clock P.M.No. ,Fla-49-IA E.S.T. on& RESERVED

.. i Tuesday March 17, 1944 addressed to
Film Classics Series: "De- Florida now charges $113 a County Courthouse Bronson Florida,
at which time and place all bids Will 1 a
-vU's Envoy, Medical Science trimester at the predominantlywhite be publicly opened and read aloud I In y
Auditorium 8 universities and $90 the Courtroom of the Courthouse In
Building p.m. a se- Bronson, Florida.
mester at Florida A & M, for PROJECTS No. Fla. 49 2A & 25 In
Forums Committee Leo Chlefland Florida consisting of 37
Negroes.Dr. I dwelling buildings containing 54 dwellIng .
lure; "Our Vanishing Manhood units located on five (5) sites. Tool

-- ," Dr. Sidney M. Jourard. J. Broward Culpepper, executive -.Houses tenance and Building.a Management Landscaping and, Main site

Florida Union Auditorium, J Jpjn. 8 director of the board Ilmprovements. and utilities art in

.... said that "some legislators favor Proposed forms of contract docu-
*?, Thursday-Polynesian Inter- heavy fees and a liberal schol- ments. Including plans and specifications -
are on file at the office of the
:national Supper, Florida Un- arship program/' I Levy County Housing Authority I Bron
I son, Florida, and at the office of HarryE.
:ion Social Room, 6 p.m. ,
Bums Jr. AIA Architect 1402 Prudential
"But I think the fees should
: Friday Annual Alumni Building, Jacksonville. Florida
as low To Copies of the documents may be
as possible. some,
Spring Assembly. obtained up to a limit of two (2) sets, HICKORY RANCH
Baseball Florida I vs. $50 makes a big difference." by depositing Fifty Dollars (S5000)), SLICEDBACON
with the Levy County Housing AuthorIty _
4 Georgia, Perry Field, 2 p.m. In another action the board for.each set of documents so ob
tained. Such deposit will be refundedto
J Electron Microscopy Col- adopted new immunization requirements each General Contractor making a
bona fide bid to the Local Authorityat
"loquim, familiarization program for some diseases. the specified time, or recognized clrcularlzlng .
Medical Sciences Build- Prospective students must show agency who returns the

;" ing Auditorium, 9 am.5 pjn. evidence of a smallpox vaccina- I.plans In specifications good condition and within other ten documents (10)- 39

Friday Tennis Florida tion within the five I days after bid opening. For each set
: vs. past years, of documents in .excess of two a deposit
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, tetanus immunization within two of Fifty Dollars (WO.00). will be
., required plus a charge of Thirty-Five
Varsity Court, 2:30: p.m. years and ir erhave had Dollars ($3500), to cover reproduction
Golf: Florida vs. Georgia, an anti-polio treatment. costs. Subcontractors and material-
men and vendors may obtain the documents llMJT-2 LBS WITH OTHER PURCHASES
Florida Golf Course, 11 ajn. I upon deposit of Fifty Dollars,

;II, Concert: Department of Art StolenPARIS I I Thirty-Five($5000), per Dollars.set plus($3500)the,payment per set, of to ..e . . . . . . . . .
Music All-Faculty Concert, Uni- cover reproduction costs. All documents /
shall remain the property of the Local
s,versity Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. (APFour modern Authority and shall be returned to the TENDER TASTY SLICED
Office of same within ten (10) days after
." Saturday Annual Alumni paintings valued at about $40- the opening of bids. The full depositwill
Association Spring Assembly 000) have been stolen from the be refunded for each set of docu-
: ments returned In sound and usable .
.1941 class breakfast, Student Galliera Museum, police reported -condition but the Thirty-Five Dollars, BEEF LIVER 3 $)00
($35.00), payment made to cover reproduction LBS
Service Center. Friday night.TO costs will not be refunded. !
Alumni Association Coffee A certified check or bank draft ,
payable to the Levy County Housing
,Hour, Florida Union Bryan WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Authority U. S. Government Bonds or NAPOLETANA
Date March 12. 1964
satisfactory bid bond executed by the
j Lounge, 8 ajn. Account Number 1340-1 bidder and acceptable sureties in an t
Alumni Association General You are hereby notified that the following amount equal to five per cent of the bid a ,
motor vehicle: Rambler Wagon shall be submitted with each bid.
Assembly, Florida Union 1963 660 S. No. 312 G 314255 will Bids shall be in triplicate.The PIZZA PIES
be sold at public sale at 10:30 o'clockon successful bidder will be re- LARGE SIZE
:Auditorium, 9:30: ajn. 18 the N. 21st Main day St.of, GainesvilleFla.March, 1964 at. quired to furnish and and pay for satisfactory
Alumni Association Fa- The proceed of the tale will be applied bond or bonds.performance
jculty Barbecue, Florida Gym, first to the, payment of the Attention Is called to the fact that
costs of retaking storing and sale of minimum salariesand
not less than the
Jl:30 anuTennis said motor vehicle and the cost of pus set forth In the Sepclflca- .ea! 3 Ft
Mlcation of notice of sale and then to > SOUTHERN MADE
f lions must be paid on these protects.
: Florida vs. Geor- the satisfaction of the balance due un- Housing Authority
der the contract with Haywood W. The Levy County
gia, Varsity Court, 1:30 p.m. Willis of S15 N. E. 5th St.. Gainesville reserves the right to elect any or all y. 3F.
Baseball Florida Fla.. covering the financing of bids and to waive any Informalities In
: versus said motor vehicle. Any surplus will the bidding.No .
Georgia, Perry Field, 2 pjn. be paid to you and you will remain bids shall be withdrawn for a
liable for any balance remaining unpaid period of thirty (30) days subsequent
Law Reunion: Dean Allan under said contract. to the opening of bids without the
DON M. MCCHESNEY consent of Tfee Levy County Housing GRITSFULL
F. Smith, University of Michigan Coll. Mgr. Authority.The .
Law School, "A Look at BY; Don M. McChesney I LEVY COUNTY HOUSING
The Role of the State Law Date: February 16, 1964
718 N. Main St.. I by: Lewis Renfroe
School in Legal Education, 2p.m. Gainesville, Florida. Lewis Renfroe Executive Director
(3144) 3:15 (3079) 2:16. 23; 31. ',15

% Alumni Association Recep-

;tion, 4:30 p.m.; Class Reunion

Banquet, Florida Gym, 5:30 SELFPROPELLEDHEAVY UB C

p.m., IEACH 11"'lMt4111t.11Ylealal
Orange and Blue Football 1
Game, Florida Field 8:15:_ 4 CYCLE, 3-H.P. BRIGGS-STRATTON

.. Sunday Student Recital: -

Nancy Call, organist, Universi-
a ly Auditorium, 3 pjn. ONLY ORDER ,.


All t _

March the North 17 -East Annual District Meetingof of %( $56 with MowersServiced gas JUMBO PIES 3 125es.j $1)

the Association of Hospital Auxiliaries and oil

Medical Science Building ;, R roN )
Auditorium and Lobby. .... eit FRESH JUICY FLORIDA

March 19-20 Institute for __
Governmental Secretaries Student I ., 'I

Service Center. Handle

March 21-23 Inhalation Controls 3 H.P. 22" ORANGESLADY

Therapy Workshop, Medical a,, PUSH TYPE
Science Room M-112. 00tS
Building > .
March 22-25 22nd Annual .! FAIR FRESH BAKED 8"
Short Clerks and Course Finance for Directors Municipal, \ -;atm- -- '< : f 5

:student Service EXHIBITS'March Center. R 'r'Ae13 j,! ",; ;; '. 49 STRAWBERRY

25.31- Contemporary 1 B
\ "" :"' -- \it
prints from Denmark Interna-
tional Exchange exhibits Flor Lifetime 20* CUT ;F-_ ;. :_- --.? i : 8-IG

ida Union North Wing Gallery guaranteed 4 cycle $QQ95 '* y ,; 49a
2'/ H.P. !
steel base : 1
Garden of Flowers, _
The American Federation of"Arts WE SERVICE AND REPAIR ALL MOWERS --

Florida Union Bryan : 59 VALUE

., ounge. C. B. BOHANNON JR.Easy :-

"3-" "An Abstract Expression- . . . . . .
tt, Florida State Museum

March 16-April 3 "Thess TermsS. a!
Exhibition" E. 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561 !
Ronald F. Ban3y LADY FAIR SQUARE I8oz

: Gallery x. FILLED


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'!t DEAR ABBY I 6rEN FoR ME TlIA1" 15. I Itlor
i{ Wlut't your problem>> ? For a general rn TAisIpAY6 IS ttE:1=1R5T MY "IJTTLE fIA64JER5 ECBoW PAINFlL. i MY TEAM !ffl. ,

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; DEAR ABBY: Yam a 32-year-old widow with four boys to DEAR ABBY: Have you any suggestions for getting our THIS INSURANCE SETTLEMENT ANOTHER IT WERE LACT/-LIKE OF'EM

I raise. I have no desire to marry again, but all my friends tell son to date a certain girl? This girl is charming, intelligent, STORYHITS TON 0' ALUTOINOJOOD PITCHERS ONE: Y

me my boys need a father. They are always arranging for me has a wonderful personality, and would be an ideal match for FRONT OF TWO MILLION PROPOSALS tfTHEMSELFS IN 81K1NISBUT CAIN

to meet this man and that man. I love my boys very much, our son. He is 25, but he seems to prefer the more glamorous, PAGES, FAILS TO CHEER NONE STRONG OF EM YJUFFHOUSEWORK LOOKS TURMDOWNLSONr

I and am raising them in a good Christian atmosphere. They are flirty type. We know that once he gets to know this girl, he COAST TO DOTHE

good boys, and I discipline them when they need it just as a would appreciate her fine qualities.. e:; To GRIEVING. WIDOWER !! /'

father would do. I take in sewing and manage to keep my bills, PARENTS COAST ,. :-n:..,. Ah shore
I believe if the DEAR PARENTS I can't tell how to to ___ ,. misses
paid, so I don't need a husband to support us. : you get your son
good Lord intends for me to have another husband, He will date a certain girl, but I can tell you how to sour him on her S\. Daisy Mae stated

take care of it Himself. Do you think I should accept the com before he even sees her. Just keep telling him how "good" she = f.' the new young

i pany of men with marriage in mind just because people think would be for him! Your best move would be to arrange for ... *' millionaire. -

my boys need a father, even though I don't think I need a husthem to meet "accidentally. And let him "discover" her for Doin'her chores
band SATISFIED a .., has nearly broke
DEAR SATISFIED: As a Christian you must know that the himself. man back!r
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Lord said, "It is not good that man should be alone. (Genesis eo.
CONFIDENTIAL TO RENE Your friend to have
II, 18.) And the same goes for woman. God helps those appears
t r who help themselves, and perhaps God is trying to help you two hats. One to wear and the other to talk through. Hand I 'L' YEP. I WENT WHAT

I through thoughtful friends. him the first one! I HEAR YE \S2\\ AN'TIEDH'DADBURN COOK SORTA DID TH'GOODEST&INTH* I i ZONEY BELLE
I j With the notorious Wag- O News, Weather LAST WEEK, KNOT 3' 'e- TO LIVE WIF USHOW"
1 ner gang on the loose, 7:05 O Ranger Hal WILL'M SNUFFY Y

Virginia City's citizens decide 7:50 O News
\ 0r to replace their aging 8:00 Q Captain Kangaroo v 1

sheriff. Adam: Pernell 9:00 Q Divorce Court enr

Roberts. Ben: Lome O Bachelor Father y f

I Green. Sheriff Coffee. Ray CD Romper Room

If TeaL Little Joe: Michael O People Are Funny l

f Landon. Hoss: Dan Blocker. CD Jack La Lanne 43S.4 .-

9:55 CD Sen. Spessard Holland
I 10:00 O Candid Camera 10:00 O Say When z

OD CampusDocumentary O News #) :-

SUNDAY MORNING 4:00 O O Wonderful CD Waldo Norris .
Words World of Golf (Special) (Color) Chet 10:25 Q CD News
7:00 O Living Huntley explores Cali- 10:30 Q CD Word For Word PLEASED TAKE IT EA5Y WHAT 5HE'FROZE' POOR CHICK NOTHING!
7:05 (D Religion Is Relevant 5:00 Q Wild Kingdom 041C C. HAPPENED? WHAT DO WE OUST LET
Fun fornia's huge state-sub- O I Love Lucy AND THIS IS OUR DEAR TO MEET CHICK WITH
7:30 CD Gospel Caravan O Alumni HER RAY..z DO NOW? HER HAVE
of 11:00 O CD ConcentrationO FRIEND FROM THE MOOM. t I'
sized higher
5:30 O Jacksonville Forum. systems HER OWN
8:30 CD Gospel Songs MOON MAID MEET >
Price Is *
Right WAY
O Sen. George Smathers CD Ozzie And Harriet
O CD GE College Bowl 10:30 O What's My Line? O Physical Education -
8:25 0
6:00 O Twentieth Century 11:00 O News 11:30 Q CD Missing Links lR.r rrr t'y
.Holland UEt
8:40 O Lippy The Lion O CD Meet The Press O News Q Pete And Gladys Science < .cil
6:30 News Weather D News O Elementary
9:00 O You Are There O CD ,
Movie"I 12:00 Q CD First Impressioncolor 1
Ken Knight SportsO 11:15 O p pl
( O Showcase -
Mister Ed Was a Male War ( )
':30 O Children's Hour O Love Of Life
7:00 O Bill Dana Bride. ((1949)) The frus-
O Gospel Songs CD Patty Duke trating events which com- O High School Chemistry a oes
i We
; (D Together
O Lassie plicate the courtship of a 12:25 O News
10:00 O Wire Service 1
World French captain and a 12:30 Q CD Truth or
O Lamp Unto My Feet 7:30 O CD Disney's
(D This is the Answer (Color) "Treasure in the Wac lieutenant. Car y ConsequencesO Q 1
Life Haunted House." Four Grant, Ann Sheridan, Search For Tomorrow
10:30 O This Is The of Faith youngsters do some night- Marion Marshall, Randy 12:45 O Guiding Light WHAT5 HAPPENED IM NOT CERTAIN AS 'OID-YOU HAPPEN YTltLTELLYOU A OUT THAT ?
Frontiers in Stuart, William Neff. Q Let's Speak Spanish TOTEANIE7DOYOUKNOW YET ALr5HE'5INA TO OWE\ HERE TO -&3 LATER,DOCTOR RIGHT NOW I
11:00 O Image U.S.A. time exploring a spookyold 12:55 Q CD News UPON EXAMINING DOCTOR? COM/IT MAY OR JEANIES APARTMENT \4 WANT CROYD TO COME! DOWN
mansion that CD Changing Times LIEUTENANTj \TO HEADQUARTERS! WITH ME/
O Church Service unaware JEAN IE TANG, MAY NOT BE FROM
they aren't alone. 11:30 O Peter GunnCD 1:00 O News tr; DR.MORGAN AN OVERDOSE OF I'D LIKE TO ASK HIM50MfQUESTIONS/ ,
Movie O Midday ;
11:30 O Flight O My Favorite Martian CALLS FOR AN ..
CD Beany And Cecil 8:00 O Ed SullivanVarietyGuests "Hotel Berlin." (19i5)) CD Local News r h AMBULANCE. : V

f 12:00 O RevivalO include Bert Lahr, Setting is a magnificent 1:05 CD Match Game '-' TO TRANSFERHER TO THE l /' asI \

Operation 1040: Broadway's "Foxy"; Irish German hotel in the last 1:15 Q Focus-Interview S H05PITAUCd r 1 l :
Your Income Tax-Panel singers Carmel Quinn and days before Berlin fell. O Leer Y Escribir ti

CD Bugs Bunny Deirdre O'Callaghan; Trapped in this hotel and 1:30 Q ScienceO =a r 1w

12:30 O Oral RobertsO comics Jackie Vernon and pursued by the Gestapo is As The World Turns \ \
Movie Alan Gale; Australian a young underground leader. CD Ernie Ford ><

"Love Thy Neighbor." folksinger Rolf Harris; Helmut Dantine, An- 2:00 Q CD Let's Make A Deal

CD Movie pop singer Jack Jones; drea King, Raymond Mas- O Password K

I "Tarzan Escapes." the Volantes, unicyclists; sey, Faye Emerson, Pet- 2:25 O CD News

1:00 O Christophers and Augsburg's monkeys. er Lorre. 2:30 Q CD DoctorsO

= 1:30 O Frontiers of Faith Lahr plays eccentric miser MONDAY MORNING House Party I WAIT IDONT wANT 1'btJ TO WELL,
2:00 O Star And The Story Nelson Smedley in a AND AFTERNOON 3:00 Q CD Loretta Young @ ,= DAGWOODH A SURPRISE PDRMDU EVEN SMELL IT BEFORE ANYWAV--
O Invisible Man. scene from S. J. Perel- 6:00 Q Slimnastics O To Tell The Truth I v--r DOIV7 INTHE COME FOR SUPPER SUPPERS READVr' SHEDOESNTLET OUR MARRIAGE

CD Wild Kingdom man's play "The Beauty O Sunrise Semester 3:25 O News g Houses / v3' BECOME
Marlin Perkins Part." Ray Bloch orches- 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 3:30 O CD You Don't Say > DOU. i

t:30 O Sports Spectacular tra. 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac O Edge Of Night
Oberst Dorf Ski Flying 8:30 Q CD Grindl 6:30 Q World CivilizationO 4:00 Q Match Game

meet Game Fishing. 9:00 O Judy Garland Pastor's Study O Secret Storm -hs 11,6
Q Topic Judy welcomes Vic Da-- 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac CD Popeye's Pals I/

3:00 O Sunday-Frank Blair mone. Mort Lindsey or- 6:40 CD Living Words (color) 4:25 Q News cz JIb ;

3:30 CD Movie chestra. 7:00 O CD Today 4:30 O Burns and Allen :

"To Have And to Have O CD Bonanza 6:50 O Farm And Home O Yogi Bear .

Not." (Color) "No Less a Man." 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor (color) CD Movie 0
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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker .q r'r 3-14



dew Uark Sim a w earning $10,000 an hour as, per who still turns out an occasional "For the longest while," he I f ..r.

WASHINGTON Why v e largest single stockholder in sonnet for his grandchildren -said, "I couldn't get the idea .
wouldn't have to c e 1 ebra lizabethan Tel. &: Tel. but no longer talks about of doing the big one out of my >c ,I I r rV i: 0E

Shakespeare's 400th birthda: Virtually unknown to the pres- writing "the big one." system. I would sit around writ- Cd _

this spring if the 16th Centur nt generation of theatergoers "The theater has been good to ing lines like, 'To be or not to < .

had been kinder to people of talent ind all but forgotten by the old i me," he said over tea aboardhis be,' and 'Tis not so deep as a 114E4 \

: timers who once hailed his yacht the other day, "but aft- I well, nor so wide as a church G

Dead memories stirred in "Henry VI," "Richard III" a nd er 'T it us' won the Publitzer, I door, but it was hard recapturing A

an aging theater buff recently -"Titus Andronicus" as the first found myself in such demand the music after all those o4 I'M
with the news that Willi- crude flowers of a budding gen that I never seemed to have lectures and swimming pool THE U.s.coNMA'AM-.. QUESTIONS TZ I HAVE TO saamca ABWT 50A" AU-E5E5 WA2 '

am Shakespeare, once hailed as ius, Bill Shake speare is nowa time to sit down and write the chit chat. z s- ...STEVE 6 SEE I-ATE..To REVEReTID ASK MR YEER SPEAKW1T,1 PEER CEAD PREPARATION cIR MI; SION,WHERE YOU WILLIEARHNOrBGta We! i HA?.'

the boy genius of the theater, is suave, sixtyish coupon clip- big one." Fearful of outraging the crit- O J I,'i AND Z1.. YEER jzS.YEiM1w fWM ME.'
In the first flush of success, it ics, the young Shakespeare put .:.1, ARE SINO CAMS
STOLID ER IAN seemed that there would be his pen aside and surrenderedto If t3R1EFE7'
Ed Sullivan I E/TOETAC.
plenty of time to get around to success. snappedhim T1cAL. AlztoAA
the big one, which the critics an- up for three appearances in --... I \ ? I
ACROSS 31.IJke bone AN IRA ORT ticipated would establish himas which be did burlesques of the V :...
1. Old green 32.Keel-billed OAT DANA M EA rRt
the of Christopher Mar- Plantagenet kings. 1 y
film peer -
cuckoo AG IS ENDEARS r.' .
7.Brealf' t 33.fled FACTORS SPOT lowe and Tennessee W i 1 liams. His flair for casual banter led o AFWCA

food prominence GRAF PAY Shakespeare discussed it once inevitably to a series of guest > I
12.SIdest per S5.Feast CAM ATE 10 in an old Time cover story. appearances on the Jack Paar r I
1'Chalcedony 31.White show. There he offended the H '
14.Chinky ADULTERATIVEBELIE "It will be a royal drama, .
Malayan S8.vestment Youth ADENIASNEES he said, "of murder, revenge court by telling naughty anec- CD .rWilq' n
dotes about the Earl of Essex
tree 41.Garret LASTER and madness. The critics tiS
16.Avail 43.Dolphin pointed out that these were the and established himself as such
11.Scot.tITer 45.. Stringed 'Solutioin to Friday's Puzzle) themes of "Richard m" and a controversial "personality" WAATWE yt7t1 REALLY 1410 / It: vVRors DCMNFFTFTTTl1jP
19.Diamond instrument 2.Feminine 8.Seasonedname that C.B.S. him under >c (TFTFFFTiFiT. A WHAT YJtrgn SAY + /
protested that he was planningto put con- Ti+ic AhSWEZSto MiNO DOING, PAo ll
State 46.Glossy 9.lists do second ni: T2L'Ea
repeat h i m s elf. "It is now tract to amusing 90 -
paint 3.Uninteresting 10.Earache PALS= outZ,
l2.Goes w11h 1 47.Having an 11.Catnip time," one contemporary critic commentaries on the news of PLATO?
Across estate Intonation* 18.One wrote, "for Shakespeare to the day. H t
=Z4.Giraffel1ke 48.Be sorry language addressed come out of the royal charnel His lecture fee zoomed to $2- < :: .
animal 5.Young bird 20.Himalayan house and deal with reality 500 per appearance. Money be- x y coMeAn.
27.Muse or DOWN ,
6.Of a surface mountain ?
with emasculated and frustrated from endorsements
men gan piling up fib PASROOi
1.Home of 7.
astronomy lying 21.Wind
women defeated by the of beard waxes, fountain pdAttF INC
l9. the Incas mammal ''
instrument a towHN
23.Fours futility of life." pens and encyclopedias. A l Tim

1 I Z J f 5. ''l'l 7 4 s tff II quans:a bbr. The original screenplays nev- newspaper syndicate gave hima ::1: 8REIMENI6ER
// 24.Harem er materialized. The other day rich three-year contract to : t7 d 0

JZ WIt U, room Bill recalled with a chuckle how write five columns a week. ..
25.Pert tomotion .
he had written a scenario titled When Warner Bros. purchasedscreen == .
I/ 26.Expert "King Lear" about "a blind rights to "Titus Andron

I' 11 19 flyer monarch and some rather ugly icus," Bill Shakespeare was .
flyer28.PeerCynt'i daughters. "It was full of signed to do the screen adap-
'/ try," he said. "Blank verse, tion and two original scripts. 55 COUIP SEE USA FOR A FEW JpfcRIUEK. ON HER AND LEAVE RECREATION ROOM/..

z+ IS it 'l/: tl l' 30.hyperbole Utmost believe it or not" Always fond of high life, he took I II I WSECDNPS. t ..NOT 10 SEE TO TAU HER.WITH w FOLLOW ME. PLEASE. ,'
/"h The Hollywood idyll ended i immediately to California's
z, 39 / N mature when Shakespeare's tax accountant -' swimming pool society and =IiIit: N1r s

36.Piece of persuaded him that the made no objection when the
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VI; 'ff 1ff baked: day best way to reduce the tax bite studio rewrote "Titus" as a Doris <

if 3* J. V/JI !'ry._. /./ 36 39 4* 38.Halt on his huge writing income was Day musical with Rock Hudson '" I
h r/h "" <= .. 39.Arabian to quit writing and go into in the title role.
41 4Z 4' 4. gulf real estate. As
40.Dunce Shakespeare'sreal "And of course tax wise
41.Kava estae empire expanded, i \L r
4' there was no percentage in itwas I
he from Q 2
42.Bounder gradually dropped public
businessman first
r9044.O1d Irish view, bought castles in Scot- always a ,
/ colA land and Italy and began play- even in the old days at the Globe h Hb) .
for inn 23 mK AMewsraetera S 14I ing the stock market. Theater" _

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Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 15, 1964

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; 4b :: You $5.95 Your watch cleaned -

.. plus S3.00 gold filled band; WANT-AD RATESPH.
Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR .
WATCH REPAIR. 113 N. MainSt.
Mr. 0It$, FR 6-7137. 372-8441

ThingsOr welcome Gainesville newcomers for
: Pleasant dignified semi-
civic position. Culture poise appearance Classified
and Initiative more Important
than business training
as we train you. Auto necessary. I
Write giving personal description -
and phone number to Box]
5326. Florida Greeting Service Tues. thru FrL paperS p.m. Day before publication
Inc. Daytona Beach Florida. For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ,a.m. Sat.
Zip For ads to 00 In M n. paper-1 pjn. Ute

(Minimum ad 4 lines)

Live-In baby sitter. Must be expertenced FAMILY RATES
Buy! and the best. FR 2-""
,, 2-f538.after 5; or if no answer, FR 1 Insertion .t. 34C IIM
-ke 3 Insertions 22C line
Insertions UC
-r Insertions .. 14 C lIne
4 telephone solicitors. S1.2S
per Total charge computed' by multiplying total lines x: rate limed -
hour. 5''a hours per day i days
number of Insertions.
per week. Apply Mrs. Myers x
Holiday Inn Room 121. Sunday
to 5 'and Monday t to 5. No

students please. I Five letter words per line

2 SENIOR beauticians good work.
ing conditions. Group Insurance.
Hire! !
Same as S linesordinary
Reply Box 37S-A Gainesville Sun. 8 Pt. type
Give name & Tel. no. & how
long lived In Gainesville Fla.
3 lines
12 Pt.Same as
EARN S55-S75 weekly compiling and type
preparing mailing lists for ad- .
vertisers. Adlustable ,hours. For 1- Same as 4 lines
18 Pt.
ordinary type
information write: Dept. Direc-:
tor-4 Box 1763. SSS Springfield.MO. i

Sell CHRISTIAN.part time WOMAN- lifetime needed.security Fullor I i=- 24 Pt Same ordinary as type 5 lines it

Experience Sunday School ministry !
helpful. Earn $100 weeklyand .1
Political Pause That Refreshes
No ttition. Write
up. com
The Gainesville, Sun will'" not be responsible for more than ..
John Rudin Co., 22 W. MadisonSt.
incorrect insertion, nor will it be liable for in
1 .. Chicago 2, III. any error advertisement -
to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu-
:; Campaigning City Commission candidates find they worked up quite an appetite IF YOU WANT work. but cannot pied by the item hi the advertisement. No adjustment will
give full time we have just be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
during three weeks of speechmaking prefacing Tuesday's election. Here, the thing you need. Call Avon the advertisement.The .

,(from left) Mayor Byron Winn Jim Richardson Arnold Butt and Dr. Edwin or Manager, Mrs. Burns at FR

,. Andrews sample some of Mrs. Clifford Cunningham's barbecue at a VFW bar- Use 2-0421. Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re-
letting any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal and to-
becue-candidates' forum. (Sun photo b y Eddie Davis.) 12 Male Help Wanted i change the classification of any advertisement from that or

-- dered to conform to the policy of the paper.

ROUTE man wanted. Good physical ____._ _
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I Her Tattoos Must Scranton condition 21 to 35. Married; 02rnrnl02D0Bulwwwmffm! __oIIIIIIIIWmiIIJI111lWl1Will1llillJlllllW3
: must be bondabJe. High school

I RentCLASSIFIED education preferred. Apply 204 13-Help Male! or Female 30 PETS & SUPPLIES

r. Remain Military Secret 'Sincere man. Must be rnpolvsible. -
High school C3. Driver's BOOKKEEPER 40 hour week good CHIHUAHUA STUD SERVICE
pay. Must have good knowledgeof
licenseeccsrY.. Opportunity NEEDED WlfHIN 10
accounting and be able to
;:LONDON (AP-In British She received a firm warning Indifference9 fcr service.iuvancement 40 hrs. week.in Good sales & make all types 'of closing & DAYS.Call .
i pay. statements. Box 374-'02f I to S .
monthly Reply a.m.
i aany parlance a tattoo is a from her commanding officer Reply Box 361-', Gainesville Sun. 36'.', c/o Gainesville Sun. and 372-5121 after 6 p.m. t week.p.m.

njjjitary exhibition. today that her tattoos are tabu WANTED young experienced repair ends.
( and salesman in the fieldof SEEKS
J lore commonly, a tattoo is a at tattoos-as well as at all other ing Scranton-for-president con audio & record play back a seat on city DALMATIAN home $10 to male.right needs party. farm Call

sign, adornment, and of these occasions when she is in gressman said Saturday the equipment. Call 372-1235. commission will 376-4742.

I t. Rusty Field, 20, of the uniform. Pennsylvania governor's attitude HAVE Well opening established for route route. salesman.Prefer competently rep- GERMAN istered. Shepherd pups. AKC reg-
\Jpmen's} Royal Army Corps, Rusty said when she was a toward the Republican You dition.married Must man.be Good bondable.physical Salary con. resent all the peo- Guaranteed. FR 4-2380.X-ray parents.

has no fewer than 62. 17-year-old recruit, one of the nomination is one of "sincere & commission. Fringe benefits & SIAMESE cat. 3 years old. Spayed

"Red-haired Rusty's tattoos other girls dared her to have a indifference." paid Gainesville vacation.Sun.Apply box 371-A. ple. ate. female.well mannered Beautiful,S15.affection Leaving :

march in close order from her I butterfly inked into her chest."I Rep. Richard S. Schweiker MECHANIC to R&R Transmissions- SupportJim 5:30.town. Call FR 2-47M after

shoulders to her dimpled knees.Capitol liked the first tattoo and Learn Rebuilding. Gator Automatic Richardson
-.... R--a., said Gov. William W. Transmission Service. 2525 FOR sale purebred Pointer bird
.... went on to have more and more Scranton is genuinely engrossedin North Main St. ( pd adv.) dog puppies. Call FR 4-3300.

of them she said. WANTED at once experienced TV THOROUGHBRED miniature Dachshund \
his state but
I leadership job, Dial and Poft.'Jraph repair man UNENCUMBERED middle aoed (no papers) long hairrrf
Rusty's pelt from the waist would accept the presidential I Salary ope... Reply to Box 373-A man lady or retired party. For female. For information call
In The Gainesville Sun."GREYHOUND part-time In small store. Located 376063t.GERMAN.
up is a tangle of snakes, panthers nomination "if it came to him; I11 BUS DRIVERS In small Ideal flshtrfq- communitynear

4* demons, butterflies and but he is not going after it." I WANTED Immediate openingsfor turn. efficiency Gainesville,apt.Fla.Ltahts.Nice heat un- children Shepherd registered.female 14 months loves
:: men to train as Intercity bus
old. $30 to
flowers. Below the waist is a "I think he is sincere in what I drivers. Requirements: & water turn. to right party.Ph. FR 41)12.COCKER right party. Phone
Small salary arrangement.
herd of varicolored lizards and he is Schweiker 1. High School education.
saying now, 48l-26t7 for appointment. Spaniel puppies AKC
I 2. 24 to 35 years of age: Height
I winged gargoyles and a flying said. "A lot of people don't. 5' I" to *. 3". Minimum weight -- reg. 35. "Little Beauties". Also
376-4672 I 155 IDS. Maximum 210 Ibs. 14-Sales Help Wanted Stud service & grown dogs for
*. dragon in vivid green. I Some of the political pros don't.Some :3. Must have good character and sale. Call 481-2362.

= Today In Washington *'I realize," said Rusty, of the newspaper editorials driving record.: Experience driv- SALESMAN. Man Interested in Insurance : FOR sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male'
ing heavy equipment not neces-
: field with auto. Good and female $50 for both. Call
"that if I it will don't. But that's the way it Must rigid physical
BJ TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS ever marry sary. pass training salary. Phone FR 2-032 FR 4-453

WASHINGTON (AP-In) the have to be a man who likes was getting him to run for governor corrected examination Contact: 20/20 C.vision A. Krause un- 1-9 A M. Friday all day. FOR sale purebred Beagle pups

from Washington: tattoos." in 1962 and even to run No Longer or D. R. Bounds at Greyhound I EDUCATIONALSALESMAN and cross-breed. Cheap price
news Announcements I Terminal Orlando. Florida. 2:00 James' Kennel. Phone 473-4H
for before that. i
Lt. Masson Rusty'scommanding Congress PJJL or -7:00 P.M.. on Saturday Keystone Heights.
.MORSE Viet Nam: Sen. I. ; March 14; Sunday March OR DIRECT SALESMAN. Mustbe
officer, said the Schweiker and Scranton cameto 15; Monday March 16; or Tuesday able to close sale. Have experience GIVING away, puppies.
Wayne Morse, D-Ore., blastingUS. WRAC has been Congress together in 1960. 3 LOST & FOUNDLOST March 17. An equal oppor- In direct sales. Un- Call FR 6-8041
; policy in South Viet Nam tattoo-happy tunity employer.** limited Bonified leads. Opportunity -
warned that when in uniformshe Schweiker played a key role in : Reading glasses in case. to earn minimum of 200.
foV the third time in as many Scranton's fot Copy Dr. Bertram Landers. OPPORTUNITYCouch's 00 weekly. Start at once. Write 33 LOTS FOR SALE: .

days, says he will not "supportthe positively must not disclosea engineering race Lake Wood, N. J Call Bertram business is expanding. resume including phone to President -
I in 1962. He acted as Wolpin at Primrose Inn. FR Association of Home
skin governor
single picture. .Job openings In Sales depart.
murder of American boys"in I 6-5329. Study Schools. S210 Hickory PUBLIC: LAND NOTICE
a liaison between the pro-Scran- ment combination sales office Street New Orleans IS, Louisiana The United States Governmenthas
. the embattled Southeast Asian "Pvt. Field, commented Lt. man. Permanent lob. Experienced -
ton forces of Sen. Hugh Scott 4 Personalized Services technicians made land available to citizens -
TV and radio ;
country. Masson, "is a very nice and in-; antenna Installers apprentice t..0 to 140 acres) for
and in the CASH IN -
I R-Pa. political homesteading. Also small tracts
ml'We should get out" Morse telligent girl but she is something pros repairman or what have you to
for homesites. Information
SELL ELECTION MATCHESPolitical campsites and -
state who had become disaffected LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention offer? Apply In person. Must be
said in a Senate speech Friday. of a character." to nervous or elderly able to supply character refer Cand'dates WANT. DEMAND brochures with land
from Scott's leadership. Need Easy Way Driving School. FR listings are available from the
in- ences. Couch's. *OS N. Main St. the I'NION LABEL on
11$ received permission to Rusty says she has been ask --- 2-7002. Lie. by State of Fla. Campaign Ad % :lsln Book Mat Public Lands Information Office .

debate on the civil ed to her tattoos exhibitin .... e. ... NORTH AMERICANVAN ches. FREt Political Match 1500 Massachusetts Avenue.
terrupt put on ... ... IN GAINESVILLE, It's LINES Catalog! SURE-FIRE to bring Washington D. C. Service and
rights: bill for his speech. cabarets, circuses and fairs. ,. ... GDI'S PHARMACY OFFERS LIBERAL you higher than average daily mailing fee Is one dollar. Land
I' c.\oMI\ s.- 114 Cent. Plaza next Win Dixie MILEAGE PLAN commission on average orders has been opened In twenty-one
She says she's interested for prescriptions & cosmetics. VAN DRIVERSIf states. Including Florida.
; FOR Also Big Line General Adv. Matches
'. but show business will have to I r.t r C i Sell Fast you own or plan to buy a for every business. SUPER
E SPECIAL NOTICESTRY late model tractor are over 25 IOR MATCH 7568 S. Greenwood, 34 Waterfront Property
PAY RAISE: Rep. Morris K. wait. .. ,.r years old and In good health Chicago 1'. III.

Udall D-Ariz., leader of the!' "I don't feel my body is yet .... 'V, ... DIADAX TABLETS (formerly .for chances North are Americans you can qualify 'New- MAN wanted to supply Rawleigh
Dex-A-Diet New name. same I Cab Products to consumers in W. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE
fight to raise congressional salaries covered in enough tattoos to appear 214N.W.13h.; formula. only 98c. Canova's DrugStore Products tractors Driver are preferred because Alachua Co. or part Gaines
6-6472 over
said Friday he is inclined\ in public," she s2id. I I FR 37 N. Main St. of length restrictions.You ville. Good time to start. No 30 minutes from Gainesville.
DUE to divorce I have a like capital required. Write Raw- Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom
tct' wait until January before new 1964 model ZigZag. Automatic will be compensated on a leigh FAO320-I15 Memphis lake. Good beach front

making a new attempt to gain sewing machine, that liberal mileage basis that U TTenn. moss covered trees.
does everything. We would like paid promptly at the end of
passage of the pay hike. r ..., ?, Award some one to take up paymentsof each haul. In addition. you will 16-Work Wanted Female Call WALTER STUBBS INC.
S6.00 per mo. Ph. 372-2051. receive two weeks training with 374-534
Jhe House defeated the pro- + Nominations MmmmJ J WlUV i U V W pay free uniforms, free licenses EXPERIENCED Medical TechniCian -

posed raises 222-184 in a roll- HILLCREST. 2 Memorial Call Park.FR Choicelot. 2- S13 and free van maintenance. You'llbe desires position with private 34 Waterfront Property
graves. given plenty of work with no practicing doctor or labo-
call vote Thursday. In additionto anytime Sunday. After 4 week. selling required. ratory. Phone 6-2741.

the $10,000 annual raises for days. FEMALE experienced as clerk WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
MRS. TURNER has lust completed EnJoy] the benefits ef being In typist; credit clerk; figure typist Reg. Broker, specallxing in
senators and representatives, a study at the Academy of I business for yourself . Call and posting clerk. Needs LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..
with Vlvanne Woodard Cosmetic Corp.In Personnel Department 2l74254.51. work. 61961.EXPERIENCED. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose
the bill carried increases cover- New York. You can earn $40a or write North AmericanVan I GR 3291.CLEARED. .
in 1.7 million federal employes. week commission by showingthe Lines Department 9. Fort bookkeeper 4
? fenced 90 x 200 lot
Vlvanne Woodard program.For Wayne Indiana.ENGINEERS yrs. experience as head book on
House leaders indicated Fri Personto appt. lust call Mrs. Turner keeper of dairy. Have excellent clear, sand bottom lake 25 miles

day that raises for postal and between A.M. and 5 P.M. 376- reference. Desires perm position. 3762342.BEAUTIFUL from town.. $1,000 cash. Phone
., PLAYS THRU 1480 or come to 626 N. Main St. ELECTROTECCORP Call FR 6471&HOUSEKEEPINGNvrsIng

career government employes servicesIn lot on the Suwennee

might be brought up for another NEXT 8 Baby Sitters Child Car exchange board room Gainesville River at Rock Bluff. Call 376-
DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA or Waldo starting April 1st. 6160.
vote. But they had decided Write Box] 372-M e/o GainesvilleSun. '

that an election year was no' WEDNESDAYTOMTRYON PersonWANT TINY TOT Unusual opportunity to contrIbute of-- LAKE on Lake house Hutchlnson.completely White furnished Mod
technical growth
time to ask congressmen to .. PLAY SCHOOLVisit electro to- mechanical: product BABYSITTING or light housework bottom lake I nice white
done. In the daytime call FR beach. Best buy around. $10,000.
vote on raising their own pay. A I us and see for yourself. lines. 6-as". Financing by owner, $1.500 down.
JOHN HUSTON 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. Balance at 6 per cent. Phone
reliability 17 Work Wanted Malt FR 2-441 after 5 pjn, or on
I PLANNED program awaits your Experienced high week-ends.
TRADE: Secretary of StateD COLOR .N pre-school youngster at JACK component design. Project responsibility
a-rra PREEN/UNSER RiirvifV & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. required. SUMMER |ob wanted will be In COTTAGE & approx. 2 'acres on
an Rusk differed with three I Music programs educational STARTING SALARY to $13,000 lim grade V 10" weight 10IDS. Wlthlacoochee: : Xlver. Pansaof-

senators Friday over the ques. film-strips. 7:45-5:15. Mon.-FrL ., W years old. Good grades. fkee Fla. Suitable for fish camp.
; 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR -39O0. ASST 'PRODUCT ENGINEER: Will do anything. 3713 SE 14th Call J. H. McClung 4f34126Chlefland ..
tion of flexibility in trading Recent: college graduate experienced Terr. Phone 372-7110 ask for Fla.LAKE -
[ STARTS DAY CARE for children In my In design ready for Mitchell.
with the Communists. I ADS home. N.W. Section. FR 2-9741. proJect responsibility. MARINERAbout
WANTS work colored boy
TONIGHT COMPETENT mother will care for STARTING SALARY to $*,000 old. reliable honest. Contact Vt hour away but out of
/v THEATRE.S children. Days or after school. yrs. FR 2-1611. this world into a world of
Visit Wonderful 44'- Miles North ol Uni ( Plus Cartoons) Reasonable In my home 09SE Send resume and salary history to: __ by phone charm. 300 lake frontage 27

WEEKI-WACHEE 1st Ave. 376-4441. Director of Industrial Relations Schools & Instruction. fenced acres. 2V* _story furnv .
Here Is A Motion Picture You May Not Dare WILL care for children In my ELECTRO-TEC CORPU lake.home 5 on BRs hill 2 baths overlooking LR, DR.big,? ?
home. Infants to 1 year. Good .
den big Kit. with fireplace.
Jot references. 215 N.E. 4th St. FR S. Highway No. 1. P. O. Box 647 1 1st Lesson Free Porch on 3 sides basement a
1 To See And That You Do Not Dare To Miss
p. 4LiNES 6-5012. ORMOND BEACH. FLORIDA Harvey's Real Estate mile cf riding trails flowers. -
CHILD CARE, S3 per week. Baby (an equal opportunity employer) LICENSE COURSEHOWELL'S fruit l. grapes. Phone and I bue -
IN / sitting 40c an hour. Anytime. MOVING VAN DRIVERS and help- BUSINESS COLLEGE service. Tractor and tools. Only -
a jean sifflffloils/rohert/ Phone 372-7601. AVI. FR e-3507 $32300 wlttr-'" C.sh.AREHARTCWHITE.
FEATURES preston ers local work. experience in III W. Univ.
372-3727. INC.
moving desired but not neces
'1 I 1 :CD, 3:06, 5:12 WILL .BABYSIT In my child.home Phone anytime sary. Must have good references 273 Kings Avenue Jacksonville Fla. -
any age GET INTO CIVIL _
.. 7:18,9:24 37-IH7. en past work. Apply In own hand Realtor FL- 51V Appraiser -
writing to P. O. Box 434 GainesVille WORK

,.. Fla.DISHWASHER. Men-women II and over. Secure
Real Estate For Sale- -
High Short hours. Ad
lobs. pay.
Employment In I
wanted apply
vancement. Prepare by home
person. Wonderhouse Restaurant study for local, state and federal
10 14 S.W. 1st Street. Behind exams. For FREE Information 35 House for Site

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Sears. I write Lincoln Service: Box 307-

; RVEHDAYS ROUTE SALESMAN M, Gainesville Sun. A HOME for Florida. Lg. open

I BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Sealtest foods division has opening living area with walnut paneling
DAYS for en aggressive young 22 Social Service built-in planters. 24 ft.
hour demonstrating
all up to IS per -
sliding glass doors opening onto
Girt man between 24 and 35 yearsof
Productson 'LIKE NEJV" Thor* what you'llsay enclosed covered patio. 3 BR,
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.Phone age to sell
about clothes cleaned at 2 baths central air-condition-
the way5 376-4336 after *_ an established route. The AIRWAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 Ing and heating eaWn kitchen

EARN to ISO a.ek.. Full *r man we are seeking Is tiaroY. hr. service; free pickup and with built-in stove., dishwasher ..
home4' collect'Ing has lived In the Gainesville delivery AIR-WAY costs less; and disposal.: Close to schools.
ONLY part-time. No soliciting or I, Area for the past 12 months and Wi St. 14th St. Fit 5-SU5 12WOO. m NW 36th Terrace.
FR 6-
From the car neccessary. record. .
has stable employment Week days after 5. FR e O45.
Pulitzer Prize l ta._ ._ If you meet these qualifications 27 Feed & FertilizerFERTILIZER
TYPING and general office work. I apply In person to Mr. Schaffer: 9 BEDROOM home aired conditIon:. .
I + novel and play! Give education experience. age Sealtest FOOdS. 204 S.W. Jtti wall to wall carpeting
S2 end reference. Write P.O. Box St. Gainesville between OM1m AM. DA..aY tt-M per throughout the home.Draperies..
702 GalnesvUie.: Fla. and iso Pm. Wednesday. yard. S1J5 per bag. Phone 376- Situated en large wooded lot.- I
and Thursday March ?ttI. 55. Sale price $16450. $1,000 down.
'; MEDICAL Secretary 33 to 50 yrs. call ""11&1. Weekday* after S'pjn. -
ef age S4JOO per year. Minimum Uvottock & Supplies Anytime on weekends.
;; Mk. Female
I ,L1 m vnJni Iwii rJvilmi.t' MDI 5 yrs. experience plus 1 yr. 13-Halp
Ikfl IRJ UUIb) UEMU supervisory experience In hospital NORTHWEST 3 BR.,- 2 bath separate >>-

a special flat.charge permanent or large resident clinic Will only.consider Apply Ex*, ''secretaries salary open NICE horse for sale. FR playroom dining double Rm. Lg.garage.living room- on

PLUS CO FEATURE service for noncommercial C:, H. Cowles BId J.. U of F. Whit Cashier-hostess housekeeper attractive(35 wk. weekends.FOR 2-4416 .after 5 p.m. or wooded by owner.lot.Will Split-level.trade for For smaller sale.

INMAY JURY Bookkeeper salary open home. 2221 N.W. ft* PJ. Off
yrAurs cto*.. users only. Waitress. salary comm.
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SAkE. 3 year old Guernsey 22nd St.)
W1LUAM FAULKNER'S FURNITURE Exp. mechanics -milk cow, nice bull calf. Freshened .
Store tramee M sent. grad. )
March nit $325. 2 year HAZEL HEIGHTS
UPHOLSTERY Off. trainee. M sent. grad.
ft Dial Tree surgeon. foreman, S2 hr. old Jersey Feb.heifer 1st.1st FR calf.3444.'1tO.fresl'lened See our 4-bedroem and 3-fced.
For TOP QUALITYWORKMANSHIP Auto salesman Exp room 2-bath CCB homes wins
Call Snort order grill man e-382_ built-in electric stove and oven.
I STARTS 4 Tb Insurance trainee. SI 00 wk. EXCELLENT registered Yorkshire Central heat. city utUltte
376-4672 Route salesman. Levy Co. Wired for television and tele .
boars S months old. Phone FR
I 372-6142 CONNELL EM 'LOY. AC*.
THURSDAY | 4-5J43 phone. Large yards completely,
/fl [ GAINESVILLE 1M SE 1st Ave. grassed. Hazel Heights II lahe -
Phono 374234 BABY calves milk beef type ctty limits. Equipped with
.. Red mother's milk from 3 to sewer lines, close to bus stop.
j Summer Direct line to low down payment, --
IN SUSPENSE l< days weaned milk and beef conven. -
HEW LOOK must own car ,
Light delivery
A BOLD 150S N.W. 13tfc S.. type aFtlngsM.. F. Parrish. ttonal loans. Located on Northwest
(50 per week. S'2"ys. Apply .
Fla 670-2315. 39th Ave. west of 13m -
I O..MAScOPE Want Ad-Visors Chit '.ulso.. Owner Mrs Myers Holiday Inn. Room I Anthony St. Shown by appointment
11t 121. Sunday and Monday f to 5. Phone FR 2326.A
PAUL NEWMAN CARRIER tor'morning paper TWO bedroom frame house In .
-_ JOANNE W000WARD ANTHONY FRANCIOSA PICK-UP and route. Must have good transpor CHIHUAHUA pupptes, AKC reg. 3 beautiful country surroundings 10
,. *. iCOLOR ORSON WELLES LEE REMICK ANGELA LANSBURY ;.. DELIVERY tation. Post cash bond. For fur. beautiful Easier gifts select miles' west of G'ville |lust orf-
cu 1( I I thor information write P. 0.Box yours early. Mrs. Ballentine.MM Newberry Roarf. Will disc**
.. J 214 or,, call FR 3-4451. C. Univ. Ave. reasonable offer. Call 373441M *,

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!I 85 Houses.Jor Sole t Pattern'' 35 Houses for Sol I. 35 Houses for Sale 35 House. For' Sol -35 Houses' for Sole 1 40, Business Properties 42 Farms & AcreageFOR 45 Furnished Aptt.I .

I er 2 be
J .Florida room. built' In bedroom Convenient to school ft shopping.Oak ly 3 BR home with Fla. rm.. area. Separate living Rm. dining. vestor's dream at $40.000. Terms In East Alachua. Phone 462-1473. per month. Phone FR 2- 337.

1 eM dining rei. Llrge LindIClpe4 parquet floors like new. patio & carport. Located in NE and kitchen. Wall to wall carpetin tool Arch Campbell Realtor. Call after 4 P.M. No Sunday ROOMY 1 BR. living Rm., kitchenette -
Lots of closet Air-condi sect. By owner 372-2341. living room. Glass sliding
lot wIth space. Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. calls please.
.1 yard Pump. 2 KirkpatrickAIRCONDITIONED private bath & private en
.i air conditioner. tioned; dishwasher; nice yard.saoo door leading to large 16' by 24'
FHA. 13000. BY OWNER. Hibiscus Park. Fin- trance. No pets. Apt. 208 204
't $400 down. $7J month. 1515 N.E. down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. ley School Area 3 Bedroom finIshed patio. Fenced in back: yard carport for the summer 250 FEET 43 Colored Property NE 5th Ave. Phone 372-8855.
FR 25943. and 1325 NE
storage area.
th Terr. FR upstair Phone
Ii 2- 429 for appoint- Fireplace weather that Is on the -
I.meld.. FR 20992. 12th Terr. $19,500. way. Entry hall lovely large Fronting on N.W. 13th Street beginning SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat water -
at N.W. 14th Ave. Ready HOMES FOR SALE ..
aerial air conditioner turn. Suit
living room dining room. family -
SPACIOUS HOMES with aciousgroundL
q 2 BEDROOM house on 34 acres. s for developing. A real buy. Call I&.3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. ft
room with tile floor three able single or couple only. No
We have
several listed
Modern conveniences. West of YOUNG 372-4351, for detallLUniversity. SE 7th Ave. Some no down payment
Hampton. : at the present tune from $45,000 bedrooms. two tiled baths sky pets. $75 Avail. Apr. ,. 406
Some small down
f Owner. M. A. Payne. pay.
I lighted kitchen. Reasonably NE 6th St.
, I to $45000. Realty
P. O. Box 424. Starke Fla.. priced located in ment. Monthly payment $57 to
:I Phone 9&4-3T94. PRESENTS AMERICA KITTIE FEIBER Anglewood and ready for 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 $45, Also homes built on your 2 ROOM furnished apt. for rent
Wilbur Bishop. Realtor; 6-5081 lot for no down payment.Call $45 per mo. Adults only. Cail472nfl
i FOR rent or sal. 3 Bedroom. 1 nights & weekends 4-7106 ( your occupancy.LITTLEW000Westwood FOR SALE OR LEASE 16 ACRES. TOMMY RIDGELL Newberry. Fla.
r bath. CCB house chain link HOMESPRESENTS with I acres zoned business. 500 Builder Phone FR 2-4125
if fence. MM N.E. 14th Ter. Call EXTRA Ig. house 4 BR, 2 baths. area. ft. hwy. frontage, 3 bedroom FURNISHED apt. for rent with
1 FR 22i. WESTWOOD AREA Outstanding near grade ft high school. bus Four bedrooms two baths. liv- furnished house. INTERESTED? living room.' kitchen bedroom
44 for Rent
contemporary line 1110 NW 6th St. Can be ing room family room parquet Call 2-4957. Cottages tile bath & air condition. Tel
0 home. Carpeted living room. mod- NEW BRICK zoned for business. Price $11500 floors. Priced at $15.25000 FR 29549.SUMMER .
c $250 DOWN em kitchen. Solar designed for FHA evaluation with 14750.00
Call FR 6-5472 for appt. Lot LOOKINGFor SMALL furnished cottage and
2 BR tram house located en summer and winter comfort. Central MODELSOPEN size 75 x 84 x 150 loan possible for 30 years. trailer for rent. Ideal for work special. 1 & S Bedroom
.1; NW 12th Terr. $S5 per: month. heating and air conditioning. business space? City block ing couple. Moore's Trailer apartments well furnished quiet
I' of course. 10 a.m. Til Dark 113 NW 25th St. Near campus. 3 FOUR BEDROOMS two baths with large concrete block' build- Court. 2330 E. Unlv. Ave. 3768144. location couples only no pets.

NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES FEATURES BR. den central heat. $450 are in this modern LIbby Heights ing. Ideal for most any type $100 per mOo L. J. Moratto. 2505
$500 down $&% month located onE LITTLEWOOD AREA Modern : down $80 mo. FHA qualified. home with a large separate business. 1111 S. Main. Call Mrs. NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957.
$ 43m Terr. 3 bedroom. 2 bath masonry homeIn Fireplaces 372-7169. dining room. The delightful Jones FR 4-3543. BEDROOM kitchen ft utilities
tip top condition. Priced under Screened porches living room with sliding glass furnished. $40 a month. Applyat 2 BEDROOM trailer. Single or

Call FR 2-2372 or FR 2-533. SQtT 15000. Immediate possession Custom kitchen cabinets 3 BR. 2 bath. beautiful blond doors leads out to a lovely RESTAURANTBUSY ,city Service station. Highway couple. On Archer Road. Priced
too. Oversized bathroomsPlus hardwood floors. Dbl. carport patio setting of shade trees. Restaurant Busy Town. 441-south across prairie. very reasonable. Mrs. Gaskins.
., 4-BR Fla. Rm, fireplace, partial;: many other custom fenced back yard. Lovely Idyl-I shrubs and flower beds. A- Busy Location at Highway 21 & FR 2-3829.

c A-C. walk to schools. $19.500 FHA. it: FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom J'i features wild area. Down payment $1400. menities include central heat 100 In Keystone Heights. Fully FURNISHED 3 rooms ft bath. 3
S900 Good financing. overall price equipped. Will consider terms to miles from courthouse. For married 3 ROOM furnished apt. $50 per
down. 3544 NW 7th Ave.. ? bath masonry home on nice. and a modern kitchen with
owner FR '-904..f Quiet. dead-end street. Two air VA & FHATERMS $13,500 $85 per mo. 525 per cent dishwasher and disposal. responsible parties. Contact owner couple or single person. mOo 17 NE 13th St. Phone 2-0374. -

conditioning units. Very modern Mortgage. 3821 SW 20th St. This Is all yours in the at Keystone Restaurant Key. $55 per month. Inquire :31 N. FIRST floor furnished apt., private
kitchen. FR $25,00000 price stone Heights. Main or call FR 2-8404.
bath electricity, hot & cold

; TALK 23001.FRED J. W. OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. water. 12.50 per week. 106 NW
FINLEY AREA Lovely 3 bedroom Walking distance to elementary Main St. Formerly occupied by 45 Furnished Aprs 3rd: Ave.

ABOUT 2 bath centrally heated It Jr. High Schools Shopping a.. KIRKPATRICKREALTOR Associates Discount. Call 372-7470
and air conditioned home on one or 372-4045 2 BR. living rm.. kitchen 8. bath.
ir LOCATION of the nicest lots in Florida Churches SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bearoom Adults only. No pets. Reasonable -
I furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd rent. Phone FR 2-4110 434
Park. YOUNG Member of Multiple Listing
You won't find a better location ARNOLD 31 N. Main Phone 3728404ASSOCIATES 42 Farms & Acreage St. $70 month. Phone FR '- SW 2nd St.
than this rambler.
II I Your children pre-owned can play in the NEW WESTSIOE residential FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 5270. 1 BR apt. furnished:on Millhopper'

large. established yard or near.'I subdivision soon opening. Acre AMERICA Floye .Mathiasen Irene Bunnell RURAL PROPERTIES I NICE 2 bedroom furnished apart j jmente I Rd. Water & lights furnished.
: Capt. W. Reece USN. Ret.
lots. paved streets. outside city REALTORECONOMY I
by at the Metcalfe or Howard Living room. dining Phone 3729974
Bishop school playground. 3- limits. May we tell you more ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORI I room. and kitchen. Lights and
bedrooms all featuring built-in :,''1l about this restricted area. HOMESNW $100 DOWN U.s. Hwy. 441 MIcanopy Fla. water furnished. Private bath NEW apartment. Available now.

f wardrobes 2-fully tiled tub baths 1 1ttY 11; 3 Bedroom concrete block home Ph. 466-3120 and entrance. 4-blocks to cam- 3 BR. 2 bath with central ...c.
r parquet floors thruout separate :; i RANCHETTE homesltes too. Approximately 34th & 7th Avenue on paved street. We own this pus. $75. FR 2-9704 or 2-9195. Also 1 Br. with AC. 315 N.W.
10 acres each. Located house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. and 220 ACRES 16 miles from Gaines 19th Lane. FR 6-2892
1 > dining includes area. $15.000; $550 down on Newberry Road. Just Phone 372-7070 2 bedrooms 1 bath concrete want to discuss payments. Ap ville. 3 lakes fenced at corner NICELY furnished 2 bedroom

I closing cost. FHA. $500 down. S years on balance. block home with large screened prox. $75. Closing costs if you of two paved roads. Approx. 60 apartment. Spacious quiet. Excellent 46 Unfurnished Aptt.
HUGH porch. Northwest location. $1,000 have good credit. See us for this acres Bahia. Limestone base. neighborhood. FR 6-7142.
GLADYS down and $45 per month. Full and other homes with best 40000. Terms available write

:) EDWARDSINC. M. SMITH price $9,000.HARD. terms. Ph. FR 6-2472. WarnerW. owner. Margaret Miller. 1001 EAST SIDE FIVE rooms and bath, downtownarea.
M. Weseman. Realtor 1113 N. Highland Ave. Largo Fla. Water furnished. $40 month.
$400 down. Three bedrooms two Main St.RESTRICTED. GARDENAPARTMENTS No pets. FR 2-4421 or FR 2-1633.
901Q baths. Wall to wall carpeting.Nice TO FINDSplit : 40 ACRES suitable for cattle 1
NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 2-10 lot. Only 13000. Call 372- level with only $450 down Gwynn Oaks 3 BR, mi. West Hawthorne. $100 per AVAIL APR. 1st 2 BR apt.. .
PARRISHAND 2 B Central L.R., kitchen equipped. No chil-
I FR 21551FOR 5393. H/AC. wooded 4.5 acre. Terms Call anytime.
and $9352 a month payment. In-
acre lot. by owner. $27,700. 402 dren or pets. Couple preferred.
l ERNEST TEW REALTY $57 per month up
cludes dishwasher
1ItM41I1U6t and disposal.
Street SALE area.BY 4 OWNER BR. 2 baths- 22nd V .... ASSOCIATES. INC Charming and different 3 bed. 'j I' Three bedrooms and two baths SW 42nd St.. FR 23804. 2910 NW. 13th St. FR 4-4441 Gainesville's Finest Phone 372-4857.

7 living room and fireplace; hard- MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. room. 2 bath home in an estab-1 I and an easy walk to school.QUALITY !
Wayne Hill Helen Graham lished neighborhood. Fenced yard. FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. RETREAT FROM THE HEAT Furnished or unfurnished 47 Houses for Rent Furn.

wood bullt-lni! floors; central panelled heat 'walls screened ft Coat and hat In matching pas. Carolyn GardenhIre Mary Parristi Priced at $15,800. Good financing.Cail i I home located In Westmoreland To country living In Los Trancos Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
tels-a little girl will look. Paris- Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt Woods. 2.4 Acres .for only $345 ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 374-
porch; shaded landscaped yard 19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375 3725393. LAKE GENEVA 2 and ;3 bedroom
pretty In this outfit on Easter 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. familyRm. down. Paved road frontage 9408. houses month Mathew-
patio and 3 bedroom year
service 2 bath
Bar-B-Q pit; masonry
Sunday and after. Sew it In wool ft living Rm., dining area. school busses utilities. Drive
Estate with 3 Call .
Bargain. acres. son Manor. 4752981.FORDYCE
area. Call 376-5442 for home with
appt. screened porch and BEDROOM furnished
ft twill linen. Lines are sim Central heat built-in kitchen including garage
pique. Rambling country home with 2,400 west on Newberry Rd. turn right
terrace. Excellent neighborhood. apartment 405 NW 10th St.
I FOR SALE BY OWNER NW ple.Printed FORDYCEWROUGHT square feet. Only County taxes 2 Large built-in kitchen central GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards SR 241. Watch for the sign on Phone FR; 6-5924.
Pattern 9010 Children's walk to schools close to
Section. 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB. : bedroom. 1 bath guest cottage. heat. Situated right.
attractive land-
central heat built-In appliances. Sizes 2. 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 4 outfit See this one by calling 3725393. scaped lot on on street. U of F ft medical center FHA "Selling Florida Since 1904" FURNISHED 3 bedroom bath. 3 BR 2 bath. home completely
Large utility room dbl. carport. 2 yards 39-inch. $19,000. $22,700 Down payment $1,700. Ralph Realtor Water furnished, large yard. For redecorated. Available Mar. 15.

paved street on sewer. Small I 7'i acres fenced Improved pas- Immediate occupancy. Drive by FOSSEY working couple. N.W. 31st Ave. $150 per month. Call
down payment. FR 6-4774 after 6 Thirty-five cents In coins for this Iron and a white fence frames ture. 2 dwellings. $15,000 Near 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler II W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135 and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC.

pm. pattern-add 15 cents for each pat this lovely home. Over 2,200 sq. City. Terms. Live in one rent ELEGANCEWall Brothers. 3729545 daily. 376-9048 Member Multiple Listing Terrace. Call FR 6-4817. .

tern for first-class mailing and I ft. provides a gracious 4 bed- other. To see call 3725393. to wall In n.ght. 924 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374-1236.
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 special handling. Send to Marian carpeting large ACREAGE FOR SALE 1 BEDROOM air conditioned
bath. Central heat central air Martin Gainesville Sun. Pattern room home with space to growin. living and dining rooms. Efficient NEW 3 bedroom CCB S899S. furnished apartment. New ;3 BEDROOM furnished suburban

condo Northwest. $19,000. Call Dept. 232 West 18th St. New York Air conditioned and centrally GLADYS SMITH, kitchen with stainless steel sinks $450 down $45 month. Phone 107 Acres 4 lakes, S rm. house Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd home. Plenty of room close to
374-2927. heated. Call today as It has dishwasher built-In range and 495-2441 Archer. Ave Colonial
Manor Apts. $115.
11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME. with Ig. sleeping porch school. Available April 1st. $129
lust been listed 27500. FOR. Realtor oven. Beautiful wooded lot. Un- 1 block
from Occupancy
campus. -
;3 BEDROOM ADDRESS with ZONE. SIZE and 10 Acres on Williston Cut-Off month. Call FR 24957 L. J.
block house for sale. DYCE ft ASSOCIATES INC. der $40,000. CLOSE to schools. 3 Br. 1" bath. by February 25. per
2 Baths. Would like $500 equity STYLE NUMBER. 376-I23&. Multiple Listing carpeting. many extras in this 10 Acres on NW 39th Ave. Moratto 2505 NW 6th St.

( and take up payments. Call FR Associates: good home. $14,000. 179 N.W. 19th 320 Acres near Archer $100 per WANTED 1 girl $10 per week or
FURNISHED home 2 BR 1 mile
( 6-4930. YOUR FREE PATTERN IS Ben Griffin Florence Burns Lane. acre. 2 girls $15 per week to share
READY choose It from 250 design NEW LISTING Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon ARNOLDREALTY 460 Acres near Campville $240 2 Br. home with young divorcee. past Stengel Field. For further
ideas In new SPRINGSUM.MER Nestled in tall trees is this per acre. Information call FR 6-1467.
NEW HOMESPriced 1228 West University Call 485-2735: after 5 p.m. Mon.
Pattern Catalog lust out! lovely air conditioned 3 bedroom Phone 372-5393 COMPANY 37 Real Estate Exchanged 80 Acres NW 39th area $360 per thru Frl. or anytime week-ends. LAKE WINNOTT, 1 BR house..
from $12,700 to $18.000 Dresses sportswear coats more 2 bath. home. Charming living acre.
Multiple Listing Member Suitable 1 or couple $40 mo.
NO MONEY DOWN VA Send SOc now. room with fireplace delightful HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER. 30 Acres near NW 39th Ave. EFFICIENCY 732 NE3rd Ave.
pay only $100 closing Florida room large dining room 3 bedrooms 2 baths NW section 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 FOR sale or trade for farm or $450 per acre. All util. except gas for cooking Lights Included. Good water. C.

Best terms FHA and built-In kitchen. Call FOR. call after 5:30 p.rn. for appoint- AssociatesPete Sieg acreage small house of 2 Br. 20 Acres on Archer Rd. $450 per & heating turn. $40 mo McKIn- Horit 4 ml. So. of Melrose
Jane Caldwelt .
Free lifetime Swim Club Membership 35 Houses for Sole DYCE ft ASSOCIATES INC. ment. 3741734WESTWOOD Wayne Mason ft bath with green aluminum sid acre. ney Green Inc. FR 2-3617. 21GAINESVILLE
Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge
ings like Near
N.W. 39th
376-1236. new. 17 Acres On NW 39th Ave. DOORS FROM
$1200 2
LITTLEWOOD Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman Ave. & 19th St. If interested $45 CLEAN efficiency pay year.
HUGH EDWARDS distance to schools. 3 -- per acre. M..IN'G..TE. Univ of Fla.: 1238
Walking call FR 23251 After 6 p.m. ly save more than 'i. Private
LIKE THEWEATHER BLACK ACRESA BR. 2 baths home in Skyline bath. and entrance. Beautyrest SW 2nd Ave. Two-story residence.S .
I INC. very low down payment will Heights. Study hardwood floors. ExceptionalBEFORE 3 BR, 2 bath built-in kitchen. In Call W. H. Buchannan with John mattress. Close In. Also unfur. student rooms & double bath

? buy this pretty home. Three built-In range A oven. Cent.htat. need of home In Gainesville.Will Merrill Realtor. 3721494. nished room $25. Ph. 3722324. upstairs. Large living apartment
/ NE. 16th Ave. & 15th Street large bedrooms. two baths separate Shaded back yard. Call YOU BUY you MUST consider equal trade or downstairs Income should cover
372.1551) You'll be comfortable In any dining room. Florida 372-5974. SEE this immaculate 3 bedroom something smaller. Call 4223322 108 ACRES EFFICIENCY furnished apart lease ft utilities. Owner out of

"\ -- weather in this new 3-bedroom. room large living room and home located in a very desirableNE evenings & weekends. 620 Fisher 2.78 acre tobacco allotment ment. With TV antenna comfort. city. F. A. Ford. Box 207, Yal-
BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde baths fully air conditioned most attractively arranged floor 1806 NW 38th Terr. Down pay. residential neighbOrhood. Dr., Ocala. paved road old house In questionable able. For a couple. Call 374-1748 aha. Fla. Tel: 787.34M.
BR. CCB house tile bath family Hugh Edwards home. Built in ment $450, FHA $9727 mo. No Front screened porch oak floors. condition near Santa
$21,800 Contact FORDYCE
room. Call 372-1001 after kitchen includes General Electricoven plan closing costs. Will paint inside attached garage beautiful shrubbery Fe and LaCrosse. Price $14,750 FUN LOVING BACHELOR wantsto 5 ROOM house, separate den. on
ft ASSOCIATES. INC.. 376-1236. 4 BR. 2 bath 38 Real Estate Wanted share apt. with same. Air bus line. $70 780 N.E. 23rd
\ S:30 P.M. and range and refrigerator. & out completely. trees and corner lot make I 29 per cent Down and 10 years mo.
Large laundry room. VA, FHAor CCB home. For appt. to see this well kept property a REAL at 6 per cent Int. Ph. FR 6-2472- conditioned. Call John FR 2-4404 Blvd. ___
IFyou plan to build and would Conventional. DOGWOODblooming 372-0481. BUY at 10000. ONLY 3 per cent Weseman-RealtoMlU Evening-FR 24433 days.
Warner W.
: like a custom built home by experienced Is one of the many DOWN plus I 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
closing costs. CALL
builders that have HUGH features you will find in this attractive 4 Bedrooms. 2 baths. central heat. US NOW TO BUY I N. Main St. 1 BEDROOM trailer quiet. prlv.
the time to discuss located In NE section. Also have ate. Good for student or work-
plans with
3 bedroom 2 ba h home. : 2 or 3 bedroom home with family I 3-MODERN houses on 39 acres of
YOU. call 3722527 ask for Gene EDWARDSINC. An air of comfort Is added in pool privileges. 374-1835. $200 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry room and 2 baths. Kitchen must land. Young pine timbers. Land Ing person. $50 month. Phone UNFURNISHED 3 BR house

,, our Paramore.80 plans We to have choose available the living room by a cozy fire FINLEY AREA 4 BR 2 bath. CCB home with oak floors tile bath be equipped. Central heat pre suitable for strawberries. Located FR 29838. fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th

Complete financing can be from.ax.plained place. And a large Florida room home. Ig. wooded lot spacious carport. fenced backyard and I ferred. Must be priced right 7 ml. from Starke on SR LARGE clean well furnished 4- Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372-

to you right In your own NE Uth Ave. and 15th St. in which to spend your leisure Fla. rm. fireplace disposal FM- paved street. ONLY $11,400 No with reasonable down payment. 225. Call Jack Carter Lake Butler room apartment. No children or 8932.
home. For appointment calk FR 21551 hours. Call FORDYCE ft ASSOCIATES T.V rotor phone 376-0436. QUALIFYING NECESSARYI Write to Box 345-A Gainesville HY 43511.FORDYCE. pets. Married couple. Marie
INC.. 374-1234. -- Whiteman 110 N.W. 7th Terr.
ofSpringtime Excellent new listing for those Sun.WANTED NEW CONCEPTIN
Of Gainesville Inc. An Interested In INCOME PRO- RIGHT. NOWMy DUPLEX. clean modern 2 Br.

Builders of Klngsberry Homes. INSPECTNOW I FORDYCEAssocIates PERTY. Three bedroom one client needs up to 200 acres private yard 2060 N.W. 34th Ave.
I Ph. 3722527. nltes 3727401. bath house with attached two good cattle land In this general $82 mo. Phone evenings 3747S83. OFFICE RENTALS

I BEDROOM 2-bath home close YOU MUST SEE this beautiful bedroom one bath apartment.Both area. Must be reasonable. Will 40 acre tract beautifully wooded. .
Are present management
I-_ to town In nice NE residential custom built trl-level home. furnished. Call us for In- pay cash. Write Bart Pitcher southwest of town only $145 00 BR furnished 1.
2 apt.
an acre. A beautiful ranch with : UPSTAIRS expenses too high
I, neighborhood In walking distance Large living room dining room. formation on this fine pro- Broker. 422 W. Chrystal Drive L.R.. kit., tile bath Front Aback too
3459 NW 16TH AVE.A perty. Sanford. magnificant pastures water tobacco 2. Is your present space
to Boy's Club and elementary brand NEW 4 BR. 2 bath screen porch overlooking beauti- peanut allotments and I entrance. Downtown sec small?

school. Paved street. city sewer home. Every feature to delight' ful view of creek. famllv room WISH to buy 80-200 acres improved -; timber at $14500 an acre. a tion. Ph. FR 6-3179. 3. Are -our secretarial services
and .
utilities. $14 995 with termsto recreation over 3000 sq. ft.
the entire family. Pretty built-in room. JOHN or semi-improved surfaced real buy on today's market. Also inla.e7 t -,
suit buyer. Call FR 29714 for elec. kit. Intercom system. double I Inc.MULTIPLE living area. Central Heat and highway. within 35 mile radius other listings available from concept wil bring
appointment to see. half many other extras.University. Gainesville, suitable for growing S75.00 on up. Tell us what you NO DOWN added profits to yor
carport. family room one pH'
LISTING MERRILLRealtor clover. Write Box 374-M. c/o want and we'll get It.FORDYCE. business. Our fa
HOUSES lot. Yard sprigged and neo
FOR acre
SALE 3-BR 2-
Mrs. Grace Fordye Broker AreaIMMEDIATE Gainesville Sun. PAYMENTNew duties will provide secretarial
landscaped. More for
Bath. central heat with tire- your moneyat I &
Mrs. Mary Moeller. BrokerMr. service. phone service, central
place. NW 47th Terrace. Price 25000.
sis.too. 4147 NW 36TH ST. E. W. Moeller. Associate OCCUPANCY. Owner 39 Out of Town Property heat and air conditioning and
and is anxious for I ASSOCIATES 3 BR J full tile baths.
I CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3. Bit Just outside City. Shaded lot Mr. Harvey Benton Associate moved MULTIPLE LISTING morel Rentals from $55 per
bath.. SE 46th Terr. 9500. 100 x 244 fenced. 3 BR, 2 bath. 926 West University Avenue you to buy this 4 bedroom heat.2 I, PHONE 3721494 6 ACRE wooded lot, 200 fr. ft. on Fla. Rm. Central heat. $115 month Up. Call Les Jackson.FR .
central INC.
Payments $45 per mo Den or 4th BR. Cent. heat. Gorgeous 376-1236 bath. family room ASSOCIATESMARCELLA AlA 35 ml. N. of Daytona per month. 6-6441. or see at 2910 NW
I BR Ibath SE 46th Terr. $4,500. kitchen. Priced to sell and large Storage room. I PARDI Beach near Marlneland. Call 926 West University Avenue 372-9569 13th St.
3 BR. 1 bath family room fire.place available.
$4Spermo. financing
quick at S19750 W H BUCKH"'NNANI 372-2343 after 5 P.M. 374-1234
And also some trade-In Houses. nice yard back fenced.
; --- ---- ---
607 NW 19TH AVE.
Call FR 6-7466. Lots of shade lovely.neighbor HISTORICWINDSOR.
-- Designed by an Architect. 3 BR. hood low equity low payments.Low .
NO; qualifying. FHA financing. 4 2 bath Ocala block home. Pretty Price. 1845 N.E. 7th Terr. Parcels of 3 to 29 acres

BR.. 2 baths. low down pay shaded lot. Florida room. LargeLR FR 6-8887. $200 to $400 per acre with '
ment. 3009 NE 12th St. 372-4590 with fireplace. Cent. heat. !
I Patio. laundry room & den. J17- SKYLINE HEIGHTS attractive terms. !
You Can
Afford More House
OVER 1.400 Ft. plus carport and 500. Good financing can be ar 3 BR 2 bath home family room. I
porch. 3 BR. and studY. 1. ranged.UNIVERSITY. LR & DR. central heating & ALACHUAREALTY
bath. attic fan. built In drawers. AC. 4 blocks to elementary & I
vanity and storage galorel! 10I -
Jr. High Schools 1 block to
x140 Convenient to Metcalf nursery school & 300 Club. $2,000

Bishop Parochial Schools. $80 down (Including all costs), ap.prox. -
Mo. V.A. 444 percent. FR 6-2775. REALTY
$140 per mo. 101* NW
;3 LG.: BR. J bath panelled LR. 36th Dr. Shown by appointmentonly.
fireplace attached garage. HW 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351 FR 6-4625. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING

floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. W. M. Munroe. Broker Arle T. Smith Broker : ,.,* ..
Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR, 2 Mabel L, Gore Associate '-
NW$450 near Stephen FR Foster. $14,500 Roby. Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas bath. dishwasher. & disposal 435 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-2448 J aa''fl.j" ','- + ksiw2rrThrsrn21t41 ,
d.p. 28851.
Jr. Small down payment. VA mort 1 .,t .t .L. f:." '! .

NW SECTION for sale or rent .3 gage. 2915 NE 13th Dr. 374-1583 : :...5 fo< j. ': iL..P' .!. .
and 4 bedroom 2 bath CCB I 0 FIRST TIMEADVERTISED Sat. a.. Sun. after 5 weekdays. McKinneyGreen i ; 4, ofe 4
home. City water lights and A"" /. .f1: ," -' '
; ,
sewers. Shown by appointment. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath Florida room.. -' ', E'1" ;
Phone F R 23824. large utility room. 2-car car '< -41 '(' J ,

3 B R pre-owned home completely port. Lot 100x175' NW. location # :'<, ; ;Y'i.. .I
FOR SALE Woodland Terrace red
near Elementary School. Phone b /
reconditioned. Fla. rm.. "
wood -3 BR. 1 bath. new wall refinished :
FR 6-3M9.
to wall carpet. stove & refrigerator parque floors. ideal lo : ''
> "
shaded lot. landscaped cation. An excellent value at BY OWNER $31.500 % DeatonREALTORS \ :iJ
$13.700 FHA. $550 down Includes '
patio. Small down payment. assume Luxurious 4 BR nearly new 1i:
15 yr. mortgage. Total closing costs. home located on Ig. lot In Durant I' ,\ tX\i .
$12900. 528 NW 34th Terr. Ph. Estates. Central air & "' ":A
372-6060 after 4 P.M. and week.ends. HUGH EDWARDS, INC. heat. Fully equipped kitchen. : '
Income \ / "ltq
or 374-8400 dally. I NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 3723294. .529 NW 58th St. Ph. 374-354. PropertyIf "A1i0' : .
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you are looking for a property ;
with an Income let us show you \

this nice 2 story duplex Fully ,

furnished $175.00 per month in ? W

I SERVICESHome come. Good condition and loca ,

tion. Paved streets The priceIs 1 WO ''h'' ._u' l\.. t .
reasonable. You should investigate f '-' O ;" ) e
before you buy. Call .t '
FR 23617.Large [k4 \ : '< '
t _

And Business Home it ,t ,. -'ti'BIG'f TAX CUT .

Four B.R. 2 baths Living I \, t .
I Room Separate dining room < airA Cut, 'D

Kitchen 2 car enclosed garaqgy' \ Tax \ ? '
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Corner lot Close to Univ. Cill \ ,
& Sery.DON'S Broker I
Building Repair Mortgage
FR 23417.Schools. I \ ; .) 'I BILL SIGN'ED

I Schools 'I \ I tf :L'

GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA I POGKES. "
What an Important matter this d"
and conventional loans. Low
Building & Repair Service. Is to be close to them. The : b '
FR 4-4807 rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 I iuble'
W Unlv Ave. 3775393 problem is solved for your family DV inuticniiNOW
with this 4 B.R 3 bath home ,I 1Fef .< ** *"*w-* ? i _

Bulldozing PAINTING In the Littlewood Westwood ,
school area. Call FR 23417.. v fsave Et. f. 1. / a .

SMALL bulldozer, loader dump I IIt 'Expression ilA' '
INTERIOR. Exterior. painter can do : '
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. TopSOIL for 23 :
Phone F R 27844. you. years experience. J. Fred Guy Virginia Power ,26-The thepUcated !
for free estimate call Mr. :
U. .Raith'
Col. J. W. Davis H. J Wiltshire 'nylcCA af ;
Gammon. t igth comoczedfttd or" :
BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Backhoe Jayne Butterworth York. ,
wheel tractors. motor 372-5829 I "
Multiple Listing :
grader. Free estimates. W. G. the federal t ;
: h PecIareS.L.DJenachIs'Thebjeet1vewas For The FirstTime !
Buck) Johnson FR 2t9.tpentry ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 BR. 2 s'
\ ,
Remodeling bath Price 17800. $800 down. I > l tppt'\1$ 1. <:',, \: / .+, ; thaotthe .C. ...

Air ..: NEED A NEW Florida room carport Call 3722727. I, mn ..,;V"N. eu _'_.'.:.:- .A" : ._< Y'' '<' .4 <..'
Conditioning Most Pine Forest home
patio screened-in porch. FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious

GRADY CABINET WORKS etc.? Call now and get It done 3 BR, 2 bath Fla Rm., close models available for IMMEDIATE .
Custom built cabinets and moldings for the summer months. Call to school. Littlewood Estates. I
"ART BALL Air conditioningHot refinishing and spray 372-8049 after S P.M. for free 24500. Reasonable down pay i OCCUPANCY
Air-Hot water heating. and painting. estimates. ment. 920 NW 37th Terr. Phone
refrigeration. Ph. 372165. 15 1533 E. University Avenue 3725738. home.
Years Experience. Phone 372- 313 FOR the best quality In repair & I Invest your tax savings in a new MONEY DOWN VAEveryone'

t remodeling. Call 372-7125. ask for NO DREAM-We can't sleep at NO

ServiceFRED CosmeticsAn Willie. Prominent references if night for thinking of this place.-
requested. Gold fish. Camellias. Azaleas. Everone benefits when you invest Pay Only ,$100 Closing
Banana Shrubs In front yard. Benef..ts' YOf
OF BEAUTY will make .
B. ARNOLD a "new YOU" at MERLE NOR Upholstery Beautiful oaks. orange trees carport Federal Withholding Tax s ags %

REALTOR MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. two car garage. stables. a new Hugh Edwards home. Your Lowest FHA Down Pints.
REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE Learn professional make-up large living room with fireplace.
secrets by trained beauty ex. UPHOLSTER reasonable prices.your turniture Call Sally.at dining room walk in pantry. family budget doesn't feel a thing. You'l never miss the money! Mom will

HI* W. UN IV. AVE PH 377-352? I 2-3126.perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR Experienced FR 69888SewngAlterations. space.Nearly 14 2,000 minutes sq. ft.,;.",ofG living j enjoy working in the step-saving Electric built-in food preparationcenter. Closing Cost Included

Appliance RepairsFIRST I ville. Price-Low. Your children-wilL, like having their own bathroom (n more morning

FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA IT'S VACANT-Phone FR J-2511 waiting line) Dad will look forward to coming home to a cool dip in the

ki ,Conditioning and Appliance FIREEXTINGUISHER SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of all to see this 3 bedrpom 2 bath fabulous Carol Estates Recreation and Swim Club pool. The time was never -
Repairs. A-I
Handyman CO. kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. home on large corner lot in

Shop FR t-0347. Sales and Service C. AsbalU 34M NW. 17th Terrace beautiful residential area close better for you to enjoy your own "home. MODEL open 10-dark .
All types of Fire Extinguishers 372-0455 to schools and shopping. This

Parker Appli. Serv. Pick up and delivery serviceC. home has large Florida room. : R. Thomas Ptu 37'"" kitchen with built-in ;
Sewing Machine extra large t ,
Expert Mafor Appliance Serv- Repairs d .
Gainesville Fla and oven 2 car carport i _, t. -
range .L
ice. Prompt Efficient & and many other desirable fee. ; .tY' ac ,- : for information 372-1551 ;
tures. Priced at $22400 with good
Mortgage BrokerFHA Ask Hugh Edwards I
CO. 115 W. UniversityAve. financing available. any

Auto Equipment 37..1075We repair all 1 salesman the new I
and conventional at lowest Makes Work fully guaranteed abt
Dial FR 2-2511 to see this 3
current rates. Terms to 25! homes construction
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 4. bedroom. 2 bath home in desire -
years. Will gladly discuss at no WINDOW CLEANING
exchanged Repair' kits for obligation. Call tomorrow.J. able N.E. location on extra largelot. in Village Green.

Walker Jacks. Factory authorized W..KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Induced are built-in range -
Walker Hydraulic JackService 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR I-S44 WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned and oven dishwasher disposal I
Agnt. HULL'S BRAKE and waxed. houses washed 10 and 2 "com air conditioner FHA I .
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. FRED B. ARNOLD yrs. experience. Free estimates. financed and ready to go. (. iaee4t
Main FR "-1497 REALTOR Phone FR 25955.

121' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 ,

Sun Want Ads .
AUTO GLASS ta our only busi &'> per cent Interest. Terms to ..Jack DeYot Broker

ness. Immediate Installation; ?S years. Associates: a'

free beauty pickup"value& delivery.to'OUr' Add car. BUY BUILD REFINANCECall Get Results Walter Stoddard.Christine E.Stone E. Holloway. ; ';'L: By Quality-Minded HUGH EDWARDS, INC.

MAULDltfS AUTO GLASS CO. Dan Byrd j FR 2-2511 .125 N.W. 13th Street. > --- ,. .
S3S N.W. afl It. FR a-2551. 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 12511 Member' MultIple Listing <

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64 HetntheU Goof 66MZc.ForSaI.. 66 Misc. For Sal Mbe. For Sal 66 MIJC .For Sale. H Mile. For Sal.

48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR 54 Business Rentals 64 Household Good 1 I -

T-A-G APPLIANCESTested AIR CONDITIONER Carrier. Like ASSUME payments 11 cv. ft. upright Iron & glass tables & 2 '57 ENG. FORD one running THE BEST costs less. Cook for t
built-in OFFICE space for rent. Univ. and Guaranteed new 9,600 BTU. Used only Jufy- freezer. Payments $15 1 yr. old $57. See at 1 1-4 hp riding lawn mower 1 less with Phllgas from Fuflgas
RENT 3 BR. 2 bam
Ave. It Main St. 2nd floor 20c 42 Refrigerators from $3* up Sept. '63. $150. Call FR 6-0141. monthly balance $150. Like newcondltlM. Restaurant evenings Kenmore washer 1-2 dr. Ref. Inc. Ph. 376-5392.
kitchen. lot. 2 biks. from 3622BEACH
corner per sq. foot. John Merrill Real.t015. .
Ranges from $39 up Phone FR 64468.WILL ; 150 I IDS. freezer 3765743.
AAetcatft School & |Ir. high. 1943 372-1494. 17 Washers from $19 upS FOR SALE CHEAP Restaurant COSCO crib $20 Taylor-tot high
NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. BLVD.IN Dryers from $49 up formica counter and 26 stools. swap unc: coins or mint for sale. Re- GE stove & refrigerator excellent & youth chair $7 both In ex- .
Call 373-5738. 56 Business Opportunities 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up equipment. Complete fountain stamps for cut glass and old Special by Wilcox-Bay, 59 condition both $125. Phone 372- cellent condition. Phone 372-5265. *
$115 Mo. 3 bedrooms stove & Ref.. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up and short order equipment. 52"" picture frames. Phone 376-193 excellent cond $40. Ex- I' 5506.
fenced back yard. Immediate I. Storage WarehouseROOMS 10 TV Sets from $35 up Call FR 24759 or 29207. Mr. for parties speeches high> 12" 14 boat or utility trailer $25.
occupancy. Address: 1311 NE 14th LAUNDRY business In full OPera- JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.; Page. 30" KENMORE electric range 2 student. Call Gary Wil Also Kenmore- electric dryer In
Terr. Ph FR -J47J-Weseman tion. Located In High Springs. 4 419 NW tth Ave.Ph. 372-5303 yrs. old Like new. $85. Call; V FACTORY made cabana with good condition. $40. Ph. 481-2362. ,I
GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance factory made folding partition. t
Realty-1113 N. Main St.. I Fla. Excellent income. Will consider for old, tooper.t. -1045. Call 20119.SCOTTMAN'S'ice. "
your costly FOLD-A-WAY bed. $12 Ig. mirror
trade or exchange of real FURNITURE Easy spinner-type wash-
NW 2 BR CCB house. stove & re- I Estate. Call anytime Lea Jackson fc APPLIANCES APT. size gas stove perfect con Hot water electric at about water half heater. TRICYCLE for sale for D ft. 326 Very good condi $12 3-corner cabinet $7; 2 whatnots ,
frig. Quiet street near schoOls. Associate. ERNEST TEW dition $29; 36" Maytag gas cost with your SW 12th St. Ph. FR "'631. Call 6-5907 after 6 p.m. making machine. UO. Phone 6-4169.
present LP
Immed. Ph. 2-0341 or 374- our gas. good condition. See at 2426 SW
avail. REALTY. 376.6161.BIG RepossessedBecause range $45; DBL chest $1130; 5 Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer
4847 after 6 P.M. drawer chest $9; bunk beds less CHILD'S desk solid oak. 3 drawera. SET solid maple. 13th St.REPOSSESSED. CENTRIFUGAL Irrigation pump.
I MONEY IN YOUR OWN of family troubles lust mattresses $15; Simmons htde-a- Road. FR 6-5110. 20 x 46 x 26". Chair. $15. with glass top. 4 chairs 130 horse. LP gas motor produces
3 BR. 1 bath block house. Located BUSINESS Build big I'S 1200 gals per minute.
Fla. $55 month. your come In aV take over paymentson bed S22JOs oak dinette set $20; HI-FI beautiful console. automatic. Boy Scout uniform $t. Cub cnuskxis. V4 price. Singer port-
in Newberry. : paying house-to-house route busi entire houseful. Consists of a scout pants $1. FR 6-7014 Phone 372-6423.
FR 21165. elec. fry pan $4; deep fry $4; Garrard record player. 2 speak able. Zig Zag and attachments.
income for life
ness steady beautiful 2 PC. living room suitein metal wardrobe $7; sofa bed $27.- Sell Sews forward and %
ers. for 50. Phone 372662 reverse ever ELECTRIC; range $40. bench saw
2 BR CCB house. stove ft ref. with over 250 finest quality nylon. sofa makes Into bed 50. We buy and sell all kinds $. SPRING CLEARANCE away the Blue Lustre pins and needles. Round bob 50. lointer. motor scout wtW I
school. 1022 COSMETICS AND OTHER HOME also matching dub chair w-solid 25Usedvacuum cleaners floor carpets and uphols
Cony. to bus & elem. clothes. shoes and household bin. S6 month Balance $36. forms $5. rush squares cotton
NW 31st Ave. Ph. 372-3341 after NEEDS. Beautiful packages fast foam cushions. 2 decorator Items. Free delivery Phone DUO-Therm oil heater with fan polishers. In good condition. SIS Rent electric shampooer SEWING MACHINE table lamps. FR 4-49M. \
S P.M. sellers. Guaranteed. Start others lamps 2 step tables. In' margollte 6-0850. Pauline's. 1425 E. Univ. electric range with rotisserie. ,,up. Kirby Sales ft Service. FR Furniture Co. rwgs.
selling advance to Distributor. with matching cocktail table. In Ave. Also old doors and windows. $2-$3 4-7110. after 5 FR 61117. 712 Shopping Center. SERVICE CO. FOR SALE riding lawn ,mowtr,
209 SE 48th Street rent or sell. Write your plans. experience.Old the bedroom massive double each. Ph. mornings FR 2-1917. N. Main St. 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-0175. elec. starter. $60 bicycle $10
3 BR frame. near school. Outside 97 Company; Dept. N. Tampa dresser with tilting mirror chestof THAN WHOLESALE Phone 376-7236..
city. Clay Power. 376-CT37. Fla. 33605. drawers & bookcase headboard 'I PHILCO I duomat washer-dryer ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna used and rebuilt electric FOR SALE Homemade teenagedoll
with sliding panels for 65 Antique combination $60. Call 376-1015. Double stack complete. NothIng adding machines clothes for 11VV dolls. Call COMPLETE Htr.1n., track and
3 BR HOUSE. 1 bath living In Fairbanks rm HAVE 2 PRIME BUSINESSES. A your clock radio all done In Dryer needs unit. else to buy. $li Brants. typewriters and port FR 29738. transmitter. Mounted on sta
Located al.so
kitchen S halL top notch' Service Station exotic Sahara Mist finish. Sec- In condition
513 N.W. kith Avenue. writers of all types. tionary board. All good
at for sale. Call .
Inquire ALUMINUM chaise
on U.S. Rt. 1. General Store doing fine and ond bedroom has twin maple organ lounge heavy GE filter-flow used deluxe washer
I used equipment of an engine. Call FR
372- 10. thick full except
Steve's Grocery. growing dally. ASKI ARCH beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 pc length cushions 3- USED Chain Saws ISO up. New Call FR 2-2105 or FR $50. 372- 935. I bought a Ken- 6310.
CAMPBELL REALTOR. Phone dinette set with formica top way adjustable excellent condition 4
AVAIL. April 1st. Univ. and Fin- hp saws $89.95. We repair day or night. more.
ley Area. 3 bedroom. living 376-5707 ANYTIME table 4k a foam padded chairs. WALNUT bookcase 42" by $4", $5; Eastman Kodak tourist all chain saws & lawn mowers. CLOSE OUT SALE .y,
dining room kitchen Admiral refrigerator with cross two drawer base. six shelves camera. Kodak film No. 620 Chain saw rentals. McCultoch TYPE doll clothes pric FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator good Me a Roll I
On wallpaper.
room. US FR 6-26fJ. top freezer shelves In door & original glass. Call 372-9574. flash holder model B 1 yearold Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton I than commercial condition. $40. Phone 372-4403. .
equipped. mo. dairy bar 36" range with oven $6. Call Granite 5-2242 Melrose dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR made on request. 372-6512. 240 SE 44th St. I bought a Cold; HARPER PAINT CO. "
3 BEDROOM. 1 bath $125 Mo. Merchandise broiler and storage drawers. Fla 6-3411. I 5th Ave. spot. 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366

Must lease for 1 year. 304 N.W. Orig. price 1019.38 66 Misc. For SaleDOWLING'S ;
36th Terr. Phone FR -384S.: BALANCE DUE ONLY f

FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR rock $267

house blinds stove. & heater 61 Wanted to Buy low as UPHOLSTERYChairs i*. No
Come by I. see. 'Professional Homes for Professional
turn. No money down. $2.50 week. Ask down low as $5 per month. People'Artfully
404 SW 3rd Ave. or call FR
for Brock's furniture in storageat
2-8060. $85 per mo. WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture Free estimates pickup and delivery
service. All work
stoves refrigerators. guaran-
X BR. masonry home with gas clothes radios. TV. etc. Call teed. Phone 374-77M.

range Realtor$85 372-1494.per mo. John Merrill. FR 2-3937. NATIONAL Styled for the Discerning Buyer. .

WANT to buy U.S. t, foreign Furniture
9 CASE Coke box with lift
2 BR. partially furnished house. coins old 81 new. Rebel Stampa dry
1220 N.W. 21st. Ave. Call 3728A57. Coin Shop. $09 W. Univ. Ave., Warehouse doors on top. Just like new. Cost
Gainesville Fla. $486-flrst $200 gets it. 2 baseline BUTLER BROTHERS in
I Toro golf carts good for Ig. By
Goods manufacturing plant or lumberyard a "
49 Rooms for Rent 64 Household 3622 transportation or for golf ,

course use. Cost on these were 'riLI
NICE room. close In. Private entrance MODECHOME $1425 ea. Sell one for $500, one ,
all channel antenna. Off Beach Blvd.Next for $300. Phone 372-0961.
street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd FROM DISPLAY .

Place. FR 22582. 3 COMPLETE So. gate Plaza FL -2Ml cr
OPEN DAILY'; SUNDAY 12-4 Palm View Estates j
ROOM for rent private entrance ROOMSFurniture Jacksonville. Florida GIRL'S heavy bicycle for $20. Call; fl
SID a week. See before 1 p.m. FR 6-2444 or FR 6-8870.
1015 NE 10th Ave. & appliances-consistIng .
of 2-pc foam rubber nylon
NICE quiet room gentleman pre covered sofa & matching chair
1 ferred. Telephone & carport. Cal 2 step tables & matching cocktail HOMESBuilt
374-4J71 before 1 p.m. $10. finish 2
table with plastic
to plans and specifications. I
week. tall decorator lamps with eye your Built anywhere In NorwoodHope 1 \ \
saver shades. Beautiful gold
Housekeeping privilegesFew bedroom suite. double dresser Prime NW Location
blocks from Campus. Day with large titling mirror, master RIDGELL I I f '"
double bed.
size chest large
Week or Month. FR 60410.A .
chrome dinetteset *
Complete 5 PC. Choice Surburban Living
COMFORTABLE front room. 3 1964 Admiral refrigeratorwith Call FR 2-4125 E"H" Inc. IIi
windows off street parking gen full width freezer & crisper -
tleman only. Call FR 4-5953. shelves in door and dairy We Trade Homes ok Bus or Walk to Schools )
bar deluxe range with thermostat I
QUIET desirable. In private home controlled oven roll out
Convenient to University and broUer. This furniture has been MCCOY'SMacoma E or Property = I QUALITY FEATURES l

town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace on display only. Everything new 03
Call FR 6-5368. 4-2100. I .. guaranteed. Regular price == RIll ......- .
$998, now only g
COMFORTABLE room. close-In Space and Convenience ,
maid service. use of phone. $499No Inc.For & The following are ready for 1
reasonable. 622 NE 2nd St. occupancy.
Salevery attractive 3- 5

Phone furnished 3781421NICELY rooms. convenient wk. money Immediate down credit payments& deliveryor $4 bedroom E. University 1-bath Ave.home.; walking 4617 13701 NW 21st PI. j Built-in GE Kitchens
at 3 BR 2 bath, $750 dn. $9$ i
to town & Univ. Prefer will hold in storage no distance to Lake Forest 'I
businessmen. 8 SW 10th St. Schools. Price $12.500. $500 E3 per mOo j 5$

Phone FR 4-5981. charge.NATIONAL down and $79.50 per month. E is I 03 ]
CaU Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. 3707 NW 21 n PI. Natural Gas Heat
ROOMS for men. Weekly maid FURNITURE WAREHOUSE Day FR 67290. nights FR 4 BR. 2 bath $800 dn. $107 i g !
service. Linens and refrigerator 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 9-2561 65015. Office. corner N. Main = per mo. 0 i= Come out today
,. Sat. ,-6. Sun. 124
furnished 372-1185. Open *nd 23rd Blvd. 3 J
Jacksonville. Fla. 3702 NW 2Isr PI. -=- Custom Kitchen Cabinets
:zH See this home and .
51Wonted To Rent = 3 BR, 2 bath, $750 dn. $98 S i many


4 Br. 2 bath. Separate llvtng- OWN YOUR B! other outstanding values.
3 or more bedrooms. 1 or more Oversized swimming 3707 NW 21st PI.
dining rooms.
bathroom unfurnished house. Call with bath house. COOPERATIVIAPARTMENT H 4 BR. 2 bath $800 dn. $107 i iI I I.o
FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week Family room with fireplace. I per mo. i ii Open from 1 'til Dark
days or all day weekends. /
Acre lot. Under C ftst. 3 Br. =i EI <
1021 NW 40th Dr. j "l'
2 bath. Family room with fire- For Information *.
54 Business Rentals place. Many extras on Acre E i 3 BR 1V4 bath $400 dn. $99JO jg j y. '
lot. Go out NW 16th Ave. -to University Park _i per mo. vim I
43rd St. Intersection turn right. E = J
WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located Go approx. 1 mile see sign on Apts.Box 303 & 313 SE 38th St. i
at 620 S. Main! St. Call "
JOHN MERRILL. Realtor. FR left.T. 11025Ft. X304&314 SE 30th St. j' :.
2-1494. S 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn. $64 =
BUILDERFR Lauderdale Fla.Your .
g per mo. i 3 o..,..".
$125 MO. 4-JSU "
NEARLY new modem office or i r-:
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 1021 NW 40th Dr. 1
Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty. (= 3 BR. IVi Bath, $500 dn.
$107 MO. i iI
1113 N. Main St. == ,
462S SE,2nd PI. !
"CURLY"KUEHN 3 BR. 1 bath. $600 dn. $74 i
E. C. 3
y 03 per mo. i= \

JR. 8 03303 & 313 SE 38th St. j I
Home Lot*. Income. Bus.
Inew and Lake Property. = 304 & 314 SE 39th St. 53 .J

Farm. C. "CURLY"and Acreage.E. KUEHN.. '. 5 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. U.i THIS THE i
63* N. MAIN ST. I I J
FR #2032 Broker FR 6-6544 51 _IIIIIIIIIIIIIII a

E i The following are under conj j a Colonial Styled with 3-Bedrooms 2-Baths Double Carport
03! struction and will be ready i

Shadow Lawn Estates i for occupancy soon. i iI i i s Very large storage room, Terrazzo Floors.
Good Luck Starts
Custom-built home that look E I 3225 NW 29th Ave. i ii

custom-built.homes with If ;you that are sub-divi tiredof i 4 BR. 2 bath, $850 dn. $112 Price: $17,750 . .$750 Downk :y

==j per mo. j ji g .
lion look. se
When You Visit A
F. D. Oliver. Bldr. =i 3224 NW 29th Ave.i I ) -

Ph. FE 2-0866 l i I BR, 2 bath $750 dn. $102 : FHA Minimum Down NW 43rd Rd. and 19th Place ;
it West B NW 39th Ave. fast X ;
i the Glea Sprint tntersee Multiple Listing Realtor per mo Phone FR 2-9545 or iL L
U 0" See lip ea left. flIffilflll0Bfl03fl030303Bflt103 VA Down
L 51 1) i'> Nothing Nights FR 6-9048 :, .

Q tfl. Drive out NW 16th Ave; Turn left at Sales Center Sign \<
J. W. Realty Ernest Tew Realty
McCOY'SSPECIAL McKinney-Green-Deaton Kirkpatrick University.Realty 124 3 BR.SI 7th 1 Bath St. E t1.N:! Mo On NW 39th Terrace

Tom John Dobson Merrill Agency Agency Alachua Realty Arnold Assoc.Realty \ "J J.

Wilbur Bishop Realtor Dan Byra Agency r- % BUTLER BROS. Builders :
SMALL OFFICE BLDG. M. M. Parrish & Associates Arch Campbell Realtor .3sv$ ;k2r

For sale size 24x32. Has to Fordyce Associates Red Franks, Real Estate I 'hN9rtistari ,
be moved from present loca E i OPEN FOR YOU TO ENi .
Warner Weseman Ralph
tion. Can be used as small Fossey 03 i JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF a_ ,
home. Price S1250.00 Call Ger. Gladys Smith Realty 03 I YOU WILL JUST CALL a ''I
old or V. Q. McCoy. FR 1123 SE. 4th STREET ,
23361. Office corner N. Main Gainesville Multiple. Listing Realtors i FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 fl E I "
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Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd & 11th Terrace No Pull Starter 3-hp., 4-cycle Engine

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8 11III'_"' -DU/-/ .. !, 77 Mobil. Homes for Sale 1 77 Mobile Homes for Sal. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals r 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE i 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sal I. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

CLASSIFICATION INDEX II 1 OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a McMURRAY Mobile Home Sales. RENT a truck one-way anywhere I BUICK 1961. 4 dr. sedan, white FALCON.low payments.1963. $200 Will and trade.assume Call RAMBLER Classic 1962 perfect ATTENTION Snrinersl 1949 Cros-
I little to save a lot. Below mar 8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR. used lakeor In the USA. from United Rent. I tires, straight shift $1.195. WUI FR condition: 1956 Ford Victoria. 2 ley. Runs good. $100. Phone FR
... ket clean. Lake Geneva Trailer house trailers from $1.295. 1 Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 62835. take trade. Phone 6-4009. 2-3562 days dr. hardtop real clean For fur 63211. Ext. 5349 days. BUI
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Sales Rt. 100. SE Keystone office Trailer for, rent or sale. FORD Fairlane 500. 1961. V-8 ther information call 372-04U Greene.
= Hts.. Fla. 3 mL So. of Starke on 301. 964- auto. trans., power steering & days. After 7 P.M 376-6957. Mr.
'1 la Card MemerUmS .! Tluwka II Wanted U HOT -0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters CADILLAC power & air.1962$500 convertible.for my equity full brakes radio & heater. seatbelts Chaffin, Arden Streit Motors. 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon,
S Lost 4k Fev>4 It MacUaerr TeelsS assume balance of less than good tires. Must sell. I Air conditioned, auto. trans.,
4 PexscuUied.Service Balldlar Materials Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices. I' 000. See SV Call 372-2632. I RENAULT Dauphlne 1961 Black, radio 8. heater three seats, .
at 3465 NW 1st
1 ALLSTATE compact moforscooter. WSW tires excellent condition.
I Travel Information U Household Geode SAVE $1000-S15000 white side walls, 4,000 miles
C5 Aatlqaes. TO CHOOSE BANK FINANCINGNEW very good. Best offer will take FORD. 1957 2-<1oor. Good running $495. Phone 372-8869. less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash,
I Special Ne41 ea ON DISPLAY
7 FlorUta M MI... Fer Sato FROM LOWEST PRICES. low down & sm. mo. pay i it. Call FR 64374. CHEVROLET. 1957. station wagon. condition. $150. 372-0481 for appointment take up payments. Call 372-
ments. Excellent condition. New tires to see. 1806 N.W. SPRITE 1961 excellent mechanically 8 to 5-372-5738 after S
5 Baby Sittert. Excellent and tag. V-8. 38th Terrace. chassis! clean. Toneau ,
M Articles Wanted. Town & Country Trailer Sales 1963 DUCAT Bronco. con automatic $550. cover
Places T. G. Aad e9 Fa-IOn Weeds I TRAILER MART 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2290 I dition. 1211 N.W. 10th Avenue. Call 372-6623, 64556. side windows. good top. Clean
I Things. T. Bee FORD. 1953 2 dr. radio & heater car, reasonable price. WisserFR
1957 CADILLAC, Sedan deVllie 4-
70 Beats Marine Eqmlp. P' 328-1050
Hwy. 17. one
= stick shift. clean inside &
i 1964 Honda Hawk very 6-3211. extension 5629. After
71 Camp Bant Flab = 30'-4 WHEEL trailer for sale. FOR SALE CHEVROLET 1958 wagon 4 dr. dr. hardtop. fully equipped Including
AUTOMOTIVE OPEN WEEKDAYS 250 Like new out. Call 37 -19<<' S & weekends FR 2-4295.
cc. p.m.
: 72 Office Eqalpmet* I Inquire Mgr. Cedar Key Trailer Motorcycle You can buy this for only $I factory air cream puff.
It. Atrplaae Sales-Aee/sb 78 Maslcal Merchandise UNTIL 9 p.m. Park. Cedar Key. Fla. S7S. Call FR 6-2516 after 6:00 a week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H MERCURY, 1956. 4 dr. hardtop, $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see.
97 M.klle n.mei fer Sal ; SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 P.M. Motors. loaded with extras for S8 a week. STUDEBAKER.' 1953. Sports Coupe.
r it Trccka tar WaJitedM SaU EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE I Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors. dition.61 motor.Phone Excellent FR 2-512X running con- '60 V.W. convertible New top; new
}a Track
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE r SUMMER FUN CHEVROLET 1953. Standard trans- tag; new floor mats. A-1 throughout
TracUr* J>Track Beatafa MGA, 1957 new Interior new paint
83 Trailer Rentals 'RIDE on a 1957 Trlumphst fR mission. 4-door, radio and heater. price $600. Call FR 2-5806 or FR VW 1963 deluxe station wagon. .J1145. Call FR 2-1949 after 4p.m.
U UeUreyelei It Bce.Ur> 83 Lot. fer. Sal -WYATTTrailer 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- upswept pipes. Will Finance. FR 6-4664 or 69701. Wright's Body Works. Radio heater & split front seat.
N AaUmebll Kepaln 84 "''ater',... PropertyU type truck. Has been serviced 6-0104. 2-1349 after 'p.m Dealer. 14,000 miles. Excellent condi
; U AoUmebUet. Sal Nooses. Fer Sal completely on monthly sched OLDSMOBilE. 1954 auto. trans. tion. $1.950.00. 3725077.
I M Sway Cars:: 34 Cenaces. For Sal SalesHome ule. $700. FR 28461. CHEVROLET 1956. 4 dr. This car radio & heater. California tuck
S7 Heal Estate Eichanre1S 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS is going for only $3 a week. and rolled seat covers. $200 '63 CORVAIR MONZA, equippedwith PAY DAYSPECIALS
sa Real Estate Wanted of EXCEPTIONAL bargain, 1963 heavy Call Bill 372-3749. H & H cash. Phone 376-8886. radio heater white side
EDUCATIONAL 35 Oat f Town duty Ford econ. van. 6 monthsold. Motors. .
Property Pacemaker Mobile Homes wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.
r 18 Scfcoela InstneUoaU 40 Easiness Preperties Shasta and Airstream 1930 NW 2nd Ave. Phone SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP OLDSMOBILE 98. 1950. 4-door se Assume payments, small equity.
Mmile, DanclBf. 41 Residential beo... Travel Trailers FR 2-2536. Your car's pep i power show CHEVY II, 1964 Station Wagon dan. Radio heater. Automatic Will consider older car for
Wanted-laatrmctleaEMPLOYMENT' 48 Farms Aereaf. Ocala'i First Mobile Home with tune-up at BROWN'S $200 down, take over transmission. Will Finance. FR
4* B 'S3 FORD V-a 3/4 ton truck. 6 up a paymentsof equity. Call owner at 372-8441,
I 48 Colored Property Dealer Since 194 ply tires. $275 without 64 tag. SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed $87JO per month. Call FR. 6-4664 or 2-1349 after 6 p m. ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. $10 $11 $12 DOWN
e 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. $230. Ph. FR 2-8070. 933 NW 34th recapping t> wheel alignment. 20486.CORVAIR. Dealer.
c 11 Work Wanted MalaIt RENTALS Phone 629-1358 Ave. 809 N. Main. FR 64310. OLDS. 1958 hard top, with radio. BRING out the best In your car. 1956 Chevrolet Bel-air
Ocala. Fla. ,
Work Wasted Monza 2
Superior Auto painting & body
14 Sales. Help' Wanted 44 Colta,... For Beat tires white outside with red heater. good tires. Needs some work. Fast dependable service; Hardtop.
AIR conditioned. 50' x 10' repair. Price $250. 4404 NW 13th
U Help-Hale ar Female 45 Furnished Interior, bucket radio & free pickup. WRIGHT'S 1957 Chevrolet, 4-door,
Apt home. Set up with 20' x MObile'' ctu': St. Ph. 3766927.OLDSMOBILE delivery.
U Male Help Wanted 44 DafBtnlshed Apts. ft Ing and 50' TV antenna THUNDERBIRD heater, 16.000 miles, extra I I I BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. radio heater. 6 cylinder.
Dram a tie 47 B...... for Rent Furn. dy lot In Hickory Hill. Readyfor clean. $1495. High allowance on I I 1961 Dynamic 88. FR 6-9707. 1959 RAMBLER station
t 11 Female Help Wanted 48 Houses. for Rent Cnfam. excellent Florida living. your old car. 376-4009. one owner car. Power steering
4> Rooms for Rent S3.250. Call FR '- 48. After 5:30. MOBILE HOMES 81 brakes. WSW tires, radio & 1957 TR 3. black, good tires, me- wagon radio heater,
FARMS & LIVESTOCK M Hotel Rooms CHEVROLET 1952, 2-door sedan. heater. Just like new only 13. chanically good. New top radio automatic transmission.WE .
28 Fum Equipment 91 Mlse. Rentals '57 VICTOR 49-xr; WXT alum. Good transportation Will finance. 000 miles. 2 tone color. Call FR & heater, low priced. FR 6-0525
27 Feed FerUltierSI alt Wanted T* Rent awning; air conditioner; washer. HAS ARRIVEDIN FR 6-4664 or 2-1349 after 6 25943.PONTIAC.. after 5 & all weekend. FINANCE TOO
Livestock ft Bappliea 32 Boarders Wanted Excellent cond. 372-7132 or see'Lot p.m. Dealer.CHEVROLET .
LEAVING for the service must
Sell 45 Paradise Trailer Park 60. 4-door hardtop Ventura
15 LaadaeaBlar Top 63 Office Desk Space
80 Pets Supplies 84 Business Rentals after S P.M. Weekdays. GAINESVILLE AND 1957 4 dr hard- Vista Low mileage. Very sell 1962 Chevy Convertible. $150. SIXTHSTREET
U LIvestock Wonted, top. Good condition. Call FR 2- clean. 1 careful owner. Price down and take up payments.Call
NOW SHOWING 3480. $1250. FR 62843. FR 21289. S

SERVICEFINANCIAL 2 .and 1964 3 MOBILE bedrooms HOMES all Floor YOU ARE INVITED CHRYSLER condJ.tionmg PONTIAC, 1955, two tone paint, FOR SALE 54 Ford. 175. Call FR
M Baataeia Oppertmaltlcs M Special Services Plans. Terms tailored to meet 1955. 4 dr. air loaded with extras for $8 a 2.2152 Tuesday 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.,
87 Money t. Lean 23 Home Improvements I your budget. Drive a little and deceased.low Phone mileage 1 owner week. Call BUI 372-3749. H & H Wednesday 11 A.M. to 8 P..M. MOTORS
69 Mortgages 24 Radio TT Service save a lot at To A Prelimniary 2-0189. Motors.
PRIVATE owner must sell 1963
W M.m. Wonted SS Aypliuee Faraltar CONNOLLYMobile 2031 N.W. 6th St.
19S6. 2-tone blue & white RAMBLER 1963 Classic. White. Pontiac BonnevUle. 4 dr. hard top
_""""'''''''M''on,...._ Home Sales, Inc. Opening This Weekend 4 dr. R & H. A.T. w/w. One Radio and heater. Power steer. fully equipped. Excellent condi- FR 6.4664
--UR ''' II'KlIIIIIHII'HIIIII 2 Miles North on U. S. 441
owner. Must see & drive to alI > Ing. 2-door. Original owner tion. Call 376-2896 after 5:30 or
Phone 622-8166
66 Misc. For Sal. I 70 Boats-Marine Equip Closed Sundays 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms I h preciate. FR 29772. FR 2-5992. all week-end. --0--- _

TWO bedroom house trailer $900
one bedroom house trailer $750. 1 &fl/z 1 Baths
.22 CALIBER auto rifle 'nylon ORLANDO Clipper with auto.starter -
Can be rented. Phone 376-8234
'44V wlth-scope. M5j Polaroid' and steering 30 H.P. motor. Monday to Friday 9 to 5. I Many Models to Choose From
camera with case $37. 22 pistol and trailer. WOO. Call FR 2.7131 I
*l<: rebuilt typewriter. $28: Portable Gainesville. 58 GREAT Lakes for sale exeelient -
"sewing machine. $13 W condition. Phone 372-6400 Early American-French
plastic pipe $3.45 per 100V Trampolines 14 Fiberglass Cruiser, 1963 Even- after 6 P.M.
$165; Class display case rude 40 HP, electromatic motor, Modern Styling
FIRST quality mobile home 1962 Provincial &
$15 Halllcraftera short wave all necessary equipment Included. -
Schult 50 10', 2 BR. front .
Enameled aluminum .
radio. $27; Trailer new tires. skis life
aiding I1$ per KJ. ft We buy belts etc. Jl,000. Also 10 ft gas kichen excellent condition $3,600. LONG TERM EXCELLENTBANK '
Lot9. Nook Trailer
guns and tools. ConsignmentSales refrigerator. good, $35 1 set golf Shady
Co. 425 SE 2nd St. clubs, 7 !Irons, 3 woods, bag Park. 372-3881 RATE FINANCING "Alf fromJLJagenliam
S30.r our n :
$1.000 &<1 says
1 4" CRAFTSMAN band saw $50.
4W Craftsman Plane $25. Ph. FIBERGLASS Cobla cruiser. 64 10x50 ARMOR $3,645 v' )
FR 2.3765KENMORE 55 HP Homelite motor. Murray Town & Country Trailer Sales Down
!Low PaymentLow
trailer completely equipped. 8 3860 SW Archer Rd.
automatic washer, good months old. $1W5. FR 2-3742.
1 condition. $S0. Call after 6 p.m 1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. 2
FR 25469. bedroom air conditioner. I x 36'. Monthly Payment"WE
72 Office Equipment Phone 3723324.
DINETTE set $28. Bedroom furnt-
$15. Chest $22 dresser $24 1957 LIBERTY Spence Craft. 42'
I Gas stove. .Like new condition. GAINESVILLE'S largest volumn ft. 2 BR auto. washer, 1600. ACCEPT TRADES" )
'FR 4-0410. office supply dealer Chestnut'sOffice Can arrange financing. $300 -
Equipment Co. Invites you down. FR 6-8279. May be seen at
UP TOJW PER CENT OFF television to come In and shop or call for 637 SE 74th St.
:. and appliances. If we free delivery. Chestnut's Office
don't have It. we'll get It. Equipment Co. 106 W. University PRICESCan THUNDERBIRDMOBILE
t Wheeler's Discount Store between Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.
Melrose and Keystone. be misleadingTotal
Reute 21. ..4752401.FULL4lze 73 Musical Merchandise !

mattress & box springs. cost of contract delivered
.bookcase headboard, folding bed setup Is what you actually pay. HOMESLOCATED
a. mattress sell or trade for ORGAN SALEOf AVOID
2 twin beds. FR 6-5907 after 6. Christmas Left overs. All Future headaches get the real

MY mommy has she size 14 "A" new organs. Savings up to 30 facts.Brad tyou'll find n< T.4eI .'
line maternity dresses she wore per cent. Earl's Piano Co. & Dad Larsen : Just So. of the Wililrton Hwy. l
702 W. Univ. Ave. 3732222ORGAN Like to work and you benefit.
last Spring also several maternIty 10 top lines of Industries. Payments and 441 Intersection.
If mommy Hammond
patterns. your used. spinet as low as $57.29 per mo.
1 ne da Them hav!'txr can *- M!
with tone cabinet. Bargain See the fabulous 24 wide Mobile Phone 376.0571 I
LIKE NEW-ma-Tnodel G.E. stereo $795. Gridley Music Home & Sales. 1 ml. SE of :
console.' $100. Phone FR 2-8886. Keystone Hts. Rt. 100. Open
Co. FR 25353.
I evenings & Sun.
TOMATO PLANTS. On School days
after .:00 P.M. All day Saturday. t. -J
1523 NW 16th Ave. Phone 3722340.

REBUILT WASHERS. CHEAP "..a.r ."w' "?. .' ..'.. ", .A ," ,. :-> o .w CQKTINA
$45.00 and up o.3.
A-1 Handyman Shop FR 6-0267 '
First In Appliance Repairs : '

USED Hotpolnt automatic washer. :Jt : '
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3773.Good condition. $35. Phone 372- :' ,)

FOR sale: 24" boy's bicycle. $16.- USED. ;
95; Tricycle S3.95; Maple yout"bed. >> f $-j' "'y ..\f.tw., ,.. ''' y ,'\y is

$12.95. FR 2-5111. .;,';" ,, *""'. <, ,'Ni'< i" "'> ."'>: .. '> . ,'y. ,+.:.>',.><' just .
I \ your-

70 Boats-Marine Equip. I, ,f\. : .f : ; \

18 FT. open-cock pit offshore
fiberglass boat. complete controls ,. ,. .
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lights. 10 & 5 gal. tanks.
40 h.p.. Johnson. tilt trailer, skis. .
ski ropes, belt life preservers I 1'i of nw1'a

tV ladder. $1.100. Phone 3725738. i: -r cup :

16 FT. fiberglass boat with trailer

tank, SVt top hp motor and ,stern 18-gal.curtain.gas t 2

Electric start and full steering t .
controls. 2100. CHARGE IT AT x.
SEARS. FR 24461. i


Marine polish to be used on .

fibre glass plexiglass chrome 1 ., a
-TBnd marina finishes. Pint size. I" --
Reg. $2.95. Special $1.48. Save
$1 47. i

$1.25. Special .65c. Save 60c. +veinu1 M+u.ar wlwwr ulna?
Lubricates.- prevents rust and and

penetrates Reg. 189. Special .
95c Save ,4c2MAN

Inflating LIFE 500 Ib RAFTSelf Bouyancy > much
y x S' 1". Use for fun or safe not morebutvhat b I
ty. Reg. $98.50 Special $49 Save ,
$39.50 plus a life or two (Possible 2-door Cortina
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BAIRD'S MARINE unusual savings
601 S. Main St. FR 2-8531
If you like: cars that handle well have a lot of dash, are roomy and

.f,( give good gas mileage, too, you will certainly like our Cortina. Did
>r" A Lincoln Continental is so carefully crafted, so mechanically close to
know that gas costs about 6S a gallon in England? That is
PAINT JOB it perfection, that its first owner can do little'more than nicely break it in., you

,;: So why consider a -'64 middle-price car :when one of our ,like-new used why our four-cylinder Ford products built in England are designedto

: .\, '\. Continentals.will give you more style more room, more luxury and prestige ..;.-Gk< give maximum gas mileage in addition to jolly good performance. -

Spring Special .than any lesser car could ever give you,Check"our'complete. stock;today.!, Our Cortina will take you from Jacksonville to Miami on a

.. '. ,; . .,' '"'' tank of You really ought to test drive one today.
f. ''
't. : gas.
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1'" > _ .a..nWSar'W.in.1Ji W .M. ..

I $39 Originally Sold for: 7,246 ENGLISH FORD LINE'S '64 MODELS ARE NOW ON DISPLAYSEE ,


Of fen..End March 17 Now. e $5,240CRANE c5blo5h



Body Shop Easy to Trade at Crane Lincoln-Mercury" "It's Easy to Trade at Crane Motor Co..

611 FR SW 2-0538 3rd St. : 506 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251 516 South Main Street FR 2-3631

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Ii Government Cuts Taxes! DODGE DART sedanIncludes TIME AUTO. SALES : : '
1956 COMPETITIONTRIM WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords FR 2-1411 1007 N. Main St. :
CORVETTE and Chevrolet See at Herndon .
Service Station, 916 S. E. 4tti Phone FR
tras.Road Call or track.3764447 Many.4-7:30 many p.m., ex Street. Melton Cuts Car Prices! ( Heater $1 QQ fcOO PACE' University Courtesy Chevrolet Of Northcentrdl Largest Fferkfc's :-
MUST sell 1957 Blue MG. Recently : N.Main St.,at 16th Ave. Independent Dealer :
good overhauled.tires. Call Radio.Bill white Keith top.FR BUY YOUR Have the One for You! 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY .....
2-9260 between 6 and 7 pjn. MOBILE HOME ..
RED Porsche 1961 clean fc excellent From the WORLD'S Poole-Gable Motors flYouCanAffor5Neornei!
condition tt-'OO. Real LARGEST DEALER :
Call sacrifice.372-1401 owner or 372-1391 needs cash. Southern Mobile 63 BUICK, Electra 4-'dr. sedan, fully (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)

MECHANIC'S convertible.special.S155 as 1955 Is.Mercury Will. Homes Broken Inc. powered including factory air condi- 119, S.E. 1st Are. 372-434 WITH YOUR TAX CUT!
finance. Phone FR46M or 2200 South Dixie HighwayPh. tioning, desert sand finish with match- :
! 2-1349 after 6 p.m. Dealer. 629-4818 r
JEEP 1956 4 why dr. universal' Ocala Florida ing interior ................................ $3775 1 III

4-9716.many new $585. Phone 63 BUICK, Special, desert sand finish, FRESH SHIPMENTOF 24 Month or .... u. :.

I equipped with V-8 engine, automatic 24,000 mileWarranty

I transmission, vinyl interior .... $2275 NEW 1964 (J
NEW 1964 GMC ;
I 63 VOLKSWAGEN, sedan, solid black n
PICKUP TRUCKSs1763 finish, radio, heater sharp ...... $1565 RAMBLERSArriving
The LUXURY Compact Priced Below Most! ,
I 62 JAGUAR XKE Super Sport. 6-cylinder engine, &
overhead cam with 265 HP. Solid white exterior Equipped with: Fresh air heater 101 HP engine Bright finish around windshield
with solid black Interior. Comfortable and full of and back window moulding Fully appointed interior Courtesy lights Arm ?.
Go! ........................ ... ... $4175] Weekly rests Ash trays Cigarette lighter Gauges for fuel, oil, battery charge and. _
temperature 14" Wheels.

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 62 CORVAIR, 4-dr. sedan, '700', radio, Wide Selection of 6's and V-8's in all series. 1\

LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS heater automatic, Teal blue .... $1575
62 FALCON, 4-dr. station wagon, deluxe ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN Only :,
Tropical Pontiac model, cameo white finish with BUILT CAR!

I blue interior. Automatic transmission, "

I GMC Truck Center radio, heater low mileage ........ $1575 19500.
220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 23582Well TO MEET OUR QUOTA $5995 :
I 61 BUICK LeSabre 4-dr. hardtop,
ll During the Month of March, Ridgway Motorsis
power steering, brakes, radio, heater, offering the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allow I Down
automatic transmission. Blue and white ance ever! Monthly .

finish. New tires. Sharp ............ $1875 4

60 BUICK LeSabre 4-dr. hardtop, automatic Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's
tell you the age transmission, power steering $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons!

I and brakes radio, heater, air conHitinnprl. -

of our used VWsBut white with blue interinr ........ $1 575 RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
( don't have to tell a soul.) 60 BUICK-! .tcra 4- r. hardtop, power
you stp rinn. hrok C. radio, heater l'\li.l 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 "It's Easy To Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury"_

Volkswagens don't give away their age. midnight nS'H :Ic4 516 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251 "
They look the same year after year.'Oth- II
er reasons why they're such good buys:
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The money you'll save on gas oil, tires. SECOND CARS See our Cars on Sunday -..
The biggest difference between a .new e
and a used VW'is' the owner. / See our Salesman on Mon.
i 57 CHEVROLET . $575
43 VW Sedan, Immaculate 1S4S I -
62 VW Sedan. looks and drives . . $545
like new ...-... *13 S 57 BUICK 2-dr. hardtop SEEB TIMEFOR'
41 Radio VW Sunroof.and accessories whitewall tires.11245I 57 MERCURY. . . . . $475

$Whitewalls VW Convertible radio,,.black ruby red.top 56 BUICK . . . . . $450 '
..... $U $ I & G 'MOTOR CO.
$1 PORSCHE H 'coupe. low mileage I, 55 OLDS 2dr.. hardtop . . $425

Blaupunkt, white read.with headrests red Interior.SMM I! 55 CHEVROLET . . . $350 FOR THE BEST SELECTION OF LATE

tl 60 60 FALCON.COMET.VALIANT,4-dr 2-dr wagon red blue........ SOS MMVW STfS I 55 PONTIAC 2-dr. hardtop, extra nice $450 MODEL USED CARS IN TOWN AND Itr

Station Wagon & PickupsFully CHEAPIES
reconditioned SAVE .
100 per cent Warranty r
Reasonably Priced. I
56 PLYMOUTH . . . . $100 -


53 BUICK . . . . . $40 62 OLDS 88, power steering, low mileage.
Camping Trailer ...................... $595 I 57 BUICK . . . . . $265 Roomy, comfortable, powerful . $2595
63 FALCON, 4 door, 6 cylinder, radio, heater.
Very clean. Economical . . $1895
MELTON MOTORS 62 FALCON, deluxe with luggage rack, 6

MILLERBROWNT"O.'Z" cylinder, radio, heater, auto trans, low mile-
age. Sharp . . . . . $1545
awc 703 N. Main St. FR 6-7571
61 FORD V-8 radio heater auto trans.
1030 E. University, Ave. FR 2.3582Hi1
I Full size comfort . . . . $1495
61 PLYMOUTH 4 door 6 cylinder radio ,... ..... .... ....._......
heater, auto trans. White -.\ . .'. $1095 .r-

FEDERAL MOBILE QUALITY HOMES t NOW IS THE TIME 60 mission CHEVROLET. . .,. .6. cylinder. . .standard. . $1295 trans- We Have The Car & The Deal\!

[ 1 Mi. N. on 441 Get That. New or UsedAutomobile CONVERTIBLES,
at City Limit SignCALL
372-5113 63 CADILLAC factory air. Boss's car. Low
WE TRADE mileage factory warranty. Sharpest looking
FOR ANYTHING I color in town. Listed for $7000 . $5295 I 62 FORD $1995Convertible
61 CADILLAC factory air. White, black
leather. There's nothing like a Cadillac V-8 engine, radio, heater, Cruise-O-Matic transmission, power steer-
AT HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO. vertible . . . . . $3195 con- ing. Finished is here in;) attractive light blue. Compare this price anywhere! (Convertibleseason
60 OLDS 88, white, power steering stylish,
powerful! . . . . . $1595
58 OLDS 98, full power real leather beautiful -
lines & color . . . . $696 62 $1295

A COUPES Station wagon, V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering. Finish is
light blue. This is a very roomy car and at this price you can save enough moneyto
0. 61 CADILLAC factory air, fully equipped. have a real vacation.!

63 RamblerClassic Exquisite interior . . . . $3095
44r 660''. automatic, 64 CUTLASS SP power steering.
air conditioned. heater, power on good used EXTRA SPECIAL
steering, like new In and out. ears 290 hp. bucket vnSOLDe. 'less than

$2395 3500 miles. Fact :I . $3095 58 VAUXHALL, 4-dr, radio, heater .................... $195
61 OLDS, 98, factory air full power white,
63 Rambler4dr sparkling performer. Very sharp $2195

reclining automatic Classic,seats.'heater 660'Very station, Individual very wagon.low MAKE US AN OFFER! white 63 MONZA.. . .bucket. . .seats. .auto. transmission. $1995 61 TEMPEST 51245 I

mileage. NEWI PRESTIGE SEDANS 4-dr, radio, heater. Finish is tutone blue and white. This car is reduced by over ,
$2495 70 FINE CARS TO CHOOSE FROM $200 for this sale, so you better hurry!
62 RAMBLERCustom 63 IMPERIAL 4-dr. Crown PS PS, R & H, AT. A/C Black $4995 $945''
62 CADILLAC sedan de Ville. Fully equip-
rad.o.:4-dr.healer Sedan air automatic. conditioned 63 NEWPORT 2-dr hardtop PS PS, R & H. A/C AT. . $3195 ped . .'. . . . . $3995 60 DODGE
power steering. individual 62 CADILLAC Fleetwood. .
reclining seats. A beautIful 63 NEW YORKER, 4-dr Sedan PS, PS, R & H, A/C AT . $3895 Fully equipped.One Station wagon, 4-dr radio, heater .power steering automatic transmission -This ,
America's finest sedan. Tremen-
[ carl owner. car is finished in light green. A re/ beauty. Hurry and you will save.
$1695 63 VALIANT 4-dr V-200 PS. R & H. AT 13,000 miles $1895 dous savings . . . . $4295 I
62 CADILLAC, sedan de Ville. Factoryair
62 RAMBLERAmerican 63 NEWPORT 4dr hardtop PS, PS, R & H, AT. A/C $3095 . . . . . . $3095 \
( 4-dr station wagon 63 RAMBLER American 4-dr. AT heater 9,000 miles $1495 60 CADILLAC sedan de Ville. One owner. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED t
radio heater, an extra nice Low mileage ........................ $2795
buy $1295 62 STUDEBAKER, 4-dr., automatic, heater, 9,000 miles .$1495 60 CADILLAC sedan factory air. light

61 NEW YORKER 2-dr. PS, PS, R & H, AT. A/C 25,000 miles $2295 blue . . . . . . $2595 MONTH
62 FORD 59 CADILLAC, sedan de Ville. factoryair
61 OLDS 4-dr'88'. PS PS, R & H, AT. nice . . . $1495 . . . . . . $2095 SERVICE PLAN
LaU model FairUne 508 V-* *
engine sion. power automatic steering trantmU-radio. 61 OPEL wagon R & H, real clean . . . . . $895 63 OLDS 88, sedan factory air, full power LOW DOWN
!beater. ::.000 honest mile electric windows, cruise control . $2995! G PAYMENT
61 PLYMOUTH ((3)) 4-dr wagon PS PB, AT R & H, A/C $1445 62 OLDS 98, htop sedan. Factory air. out- EASY TERMS
$1695 standing value . . . . $2895! v
60 OLDS 2-dr'88'. AT heater power brakes : . .$1095 62 OLDS, 88 sedan, factory air power steer- WARBA]

61 Sedan VALIANT4dr automatic transmission 60 DODGE, 4-dr. PS. PS, R & H ,AC, AT nice . . . $945 ing & brakes. Light blue ... $2595
heater clean premiumcar. 63 BUICK Electra 225 white factory air
59 CHEVY 4-dr hardtop PS, PB. A/C AT. nice . . $945 fully equipped. Beautiful lines . $3695!
$995 62 CROWN IMPERIAL, factory air. cruise 60 FORD 51095
SECOND CARS control. Listed for about $7000 . $3195
60 Chevrolet 62 PONTIAC Bonneville htop sedan, factory Starliner radio, heater, power steering. Ford-0-Matic transmission Finished in
automatic beautiful metallic $2695! attractive A good car at big savings.
passenger radio.station heater wagon, low mlle- 59 ENGLISH FORD wagon heater nice . . . . $395 air green gray.
$1395 59 FORD, 2-dr hardtop Galaxie .AT. R & H. black . . $795
56 CADILLAC sedan . . . $200( 59 MERCURY 51295
57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr hardtop, automatic radio, heater . $445 55 CADILLAC sedan . . . $20

60 4-dr.RAMBLERSuper radio, heater, automatic 60 FORD 2-dr. AT. R & H, A/C. V-8 . . . . . $600 58 OLDS htop coupe . . $39i 2-dr., power. This steering car is ,fully power equipped windows including power brakes automatic, radio: ,transmission and heater. eeautiful Air conditioning white-
transmission. Tutone 57 OLDS, 88 sedan air cond . $395! finish. Come and !
green with tires.matching Extra nice Interior. 57 DODGE 4-dr. AT. radio heater .. . ,. . $175 54 OLDS sedan one owner good mechanical see s/e
5 new car. . . . . . . . $250
$995 56 OLDS, 4-dr hardtop. AT, radio heater . . .. $200 52 OLDS one owner runs ok . . $99!

59 FORD 53 PLYMOUTH. runs good . . . . . . $155G. 57 BUICK. super. 32.000 miles . $495! 58 FORD 5295
Country Squire f-passenger 57 CHEVROLET Bel Air sedan V-8 $350' with economical
4-dr Custom 300 series. Equipped 6-cylinder engine. Tutone blue.
station automatic wagon transmission radio., heater.power T 58 PLYMOUTH sedan air cond. $495 finish. Here is a second car well worth much more money. -
steering and brakes. Factoryair W. Mechanics Special G. W. 53 DESOTO, clean as a pin . . $295
conditioning. I55 CHRYSLER ........ &5 \


Frank Gray Pete Compton Mac McCullough Wilbur Sligh :'
MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1924"


FR 2.8433 NEW CARS: 115 S.E.2nd St. 238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

PLENTY OF NO Will Not Be Undersold or Out-Traded" USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St.
II. .
DOWN PAYMENT Plymouth-Chrysler-Valiant & Simca Sales and Service PHONE 372-0503
CARS. 312 N. MAIN ST.. FR 6-3400 I -

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.. We are well( on our way DONE !
to selling 150 new cars
and trucks In the month of
March.We need this num-
ber to win our Chevrolet
sales contest. Drive by the FREE REFRESHMENTSWGGG
N and inspect the leader .
I Chevrolet,Corvair, Chevel-
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63 CH "*>f o,&*-it. sedan, A/C. t> WEEKEND

THE Automatic, radio, heater . . . $2745

DEAL OF 63 T-BIRD completely New Tires equipped.. : . .. . . $3995 5 ,0CAR

YOUR LIFE 63 PONT 2-dr. hardtop,% ps,
i I AIC, Auto, like new . . . $2995 A THON
I AS LOW AS 63 FORD IaAle.5.00R 2-dr. hardtop. -

6' H, WWT . . . $2395
195 AI C'VPTTFStin9 Ray, 340 engine
DOWN 2-tops, 4 in floor, R & H, WWT .. $3995

AO rUEU 2'drlmPIa, Super sport. We are going all out to sell 50 CARS THIS WEEKEND. We will stay open
11H V Fully equipped incl. air . . . $2495 A a, from 8 'till 9 Friday and Saturday AND 2 P.M.'til DARK on SUNDAY. If
OR A9 CAD 4-dr" completely'! equipped.i 15,000 actual fo #' '. you are thinking about trading cars in the next 6 months you can't afford

39" Per Mo. miles. Check with original owner . . $3695 f 4 to miss this sale We have the largest selection of automobiles that
: we have ever had and 50 of these are priced so low you won't believe it unless
With / Down <: you come see for yourself. Some at WHOLESALE, yes and some

OR 2-dr. Fastback, X-L. bucket seats factory air conditioning, power sc. Special Offer During This Weekend Sell-A-Thon
NO PAYMENTS steering power brakes radio heater low. low mileage. This car
UNTIL AUGUSTWith had a sticker price (New) of approximately $4,100. Factory
i/i Down ranty still in effect.
OR $3495 7 Day Money Back GuaranteeOur

NO PAYMENTS pre-owned cars are thoroughly reconditioned and well above the aver- ='
UNTIL MARCH '65 62 CHEV Con, auto, ps, JOHNNY HIPP age. We guarantee complete satisfaction by extending this unbeatable

With Vi Dwn R & H, nice . . . .. .. $1999 warranty. (Note! This offer not good on any car older than '61)).

4-dr., -200, radio,
UniversityChevrolet 62 VALIANT heater, sharp . . .. .. .. $1295 DON'T TAKE CHANCES-YOU MUST BE SATISFIED >,

2-dr., engine, ps,
62 CHEV Hyc8.
R& ruto. . . . $1499

62 SUNBEAM extra: e lean, . . .-. . $1795 DURING
Gainesville's Largest 62 CHEV Impala 4-dr., Sedan, R & H, auto., tonoc THIS

Corner Volume N. Main Dealer& 16th power steering . .. . .. ."" 0.j U7k*
6-7581 TR-37 just like, new .. . $1795
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r r..w.v- Rekord, 2-dr. sedan, new Galaxle, 2-dr. hardtop V-I, Impala(door hardtop, loaded, Bel Air 4-dr. sedan paint, good tires. good eta automatic:. power steering, electric windows & seats, air standard shift radio heater new, VI. 352 cu. In Crusenomy. -
: } j radIo & heater, clean. cond.. power steering a. good condition oanatic power steering .
brakes, radio & heater. crakes. radio heater.
< Was $795 Save $200 Was $1195 Save $400 Was $595 Sav. $100
ti ::? j ...., Was $2495 Sue $400 ...., w. $2895 Save $400
i I OW $595 N OW $795 I OW $395
f4:1 < Now $2095 Now $2495
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To I ';. x Galaxle XL 500. 2-dr. hard- Ranchw'gon' pass.. V-I Bet-Atr. 2daor sedan 6 cyI.
V 0 cep pOWer steering a. Wakes automatic pOWer steering, raLasabr. 4-dr. sedan dean standard uana. heater_ a. "alriana 4dr. seder. auto-
l automatic;, bucket seets.-R. dlo. heater. automatic. radio heater, White wall tlres.- matlc. Ye. radio a lleater.
r .A dio &. heater. W. $1395 Sue $350 power steering 2-ton. alnt. Was $1995 Save $400 Was $5'5 Save SZ45
, ? i. Was $2995 Save $500 ..... Was $1995 Sue $300 ...., ...,
ReachPeople ',.,, I Li1BILLY .L I Now $2495 I OW $1045 Now $1695 I OW $1595 I OW $350
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62 CHEVROLET Fastback 2-door hardtop Ilk- 57 PONTIAC Station Wagon, 2dr.. V-S flYertibie Falrlane V-I en-
Impala 4dr. hardtop loaded, new sold for over 1340. 352 Star Chief 4dr. hardtop, like engine standard tra", .. glne, automatic power Iteer.
factory air cond.. power cu. In. V-I. Cruse-o-rnatlc. ranew, power steering & brakes Dearer and white walls. ki0. radio heat.r.
ReadyTo OPEN TODAY steering, radio & heater. dio, heater, power Iteerlng. automatic radio & heater. Was $595 Save $300 Was $795 Sate $150
I 2 to 6 I Was $2495$Save $350 Was;; $ Save 3 O Was $ ; $5 950 Now $295 Now $645

A. 62 CORVAIR Monza radio, heater, 4-dr,4-speed. . . .. .. .. $1695 59 CADilLAC 59 VAUXHAlL 59 PLYMOUTH, Galaxie 60 4dr.FORD hardtop loaded td r.a 60 dan,FALCON new paint lob, ra-
Fleetwood 4dr.. like new, Station wagon, 4 cyl engine, Fury 4-dr.hardtop V-I.power factory air Conditioning,power ClJo. standard trana. 4 cyL
Buy LeSobre 4-dr.. auto, full power & air condo heater, good economy steering, & brakes_ radio steering, radio, heater and Was $995 Saw $200
61 BUICK Was $2195 Save $400 Was $495 Save $150 heater automat new paint lob. ....,
ps, PB, R & H . . . .. . $1895 Was $795 Save $300 Was $1495 Save $300 I OW $795
61 CORVAIR Rampside pickup truck, No W $1795 N OW $345 Now $495 Now $1195

Use reel harp . . . . . $1 099
6i OLDS rsoppB.cRp&Hu; : $2195 sedan Windsor V-I 4dr. deluxe t cyl. standard Roadmaster 4dr. hardtop 1-dr. Park/aM/ station wsgon, Garalde, 4 dr. sedan, clean
. . .. .. engine, automatic:. heater, trans.. heater & white wall. power steering, radio, heater V-I automatic:, radio heater, as new, no kidding, automa-
Person '700', 4-dr. 'low power steering. Was $1895 Save $250 automatic and clean. Z tone, good transportation. tic Vs engine, power .teet.
mileage. Was Save Was Sare InO. raeb heater.
$495 $300 $395 $150
61 CORVAIR Clean . . . . . $1195 Now $1'95 Now $1645 Was $795 S... $300 Now $245 Wat $1795 Sere $350

To 61 MERC 2-dr. c'on7 R&.H, Now $495 Now $1445
Auto, Air : .. . .. 1695 62 CHEVROLET
4-dr., radio, heoter. 62 THUNDERBIRD Impala 4dr. hardtop sharp, 62 MERCURY
Person 61 FALCON A real good buy! . . .. .. $1195 power Roadster steering factory, brakes air radio condo 11-1 steering engine, radio automatic heater. power and Custom 55 2-dr.FORD sedan, automa- Meteor matlc. custom power +steering door a'".. Bel 63 Air CHEVROLET 1 passenger Station
Auto heater, many others white walls tip V-S. radio a. heater. brake* radio hater, V-f. wagon VI. automatic power
6i MERC ti'OTt steering, Was $3295 Save $500 Was $2395 Save $400 dOuble ah.rp. Steering. redo nester new
H :. rrr. . . $1795 ...., ...., $1995 Was $495 Sue $100 Was $1995 Say $450 tires.Qw .
OW Wat $2795 Say. $400
WantAds 6i FORD *-t Galaxie, auto, Air cond., I I Now $395 Now $1545

heater . . . . . $1/95 Now $2395
Galaxle Convertible, sharp, Impala 4-dr hardtop Ilke 63 COMET 63 FORD
SPECIAL! 61 COMET Vol, automatic: trans, radio, new V-a, automatic tran,* Custom 2-dr.. 7,000 miles. Galexla.500 XL 4-dr hard- 56 PONTIAC
heater power steering. power steering, radio heater whits Walls, 2-tone. top, power steering, power Chleftan 2-dr. hardtop autoheater.
S-22. Automatic transmission, radio, heater. A real Steal at: Was $1595 Save $300 like new. heater brakes, leather Cruse-o-matlc.bucket radio seats,, n matic pine, power radio,Iteerlng.N heater,.V-I en-
Was $2995 Save $500 Was $1995 Sa. $200 Was $2195 Save $400 Was $695 Save $300
$1099 OW $1295 Now $2495 Now $1795 Now $2495 Now $395

4I rI Lancer 2-dr. hardtop, auto, 60 CHEVROLET
61 DODGE radio, heater . . .. . $1195 Klngswood, f pass, station Victoria 56 FORD 63 FALCON 63 COMET 64 CHEVY II
2-dr. hardtop V-I 2dr. low
wagon like new V-I. power sedan miles heater 2dr. Custom Sedan solid Nova 4-dr. sedan. V" en-
I steering, automatic radio & standard trans. radio t cyl_ standard trans. apart white, radio, heater, 'cylo 31ne. automatic radio. heater,
60 SUNBEAM cteeexVhVT heater. heater, -tone paint. new. Inder, standard ,
$1299 transmission whf1 wIlls many others
. . . Sharp, low miles.
Lines Was $1695 Save $400 Was $495 Save $195 Was $1895 San $400 Was $1995 Save $300 Was $2795 Save $350
This is clean
60 FIAT, Spider.and ready to car go .pretty. . . .. . $1 095 Now $1295 Now $300 Now $1495 Now $1695 Now $2445

10 AH UV \.run/ radio Convertible., heater auto.. .,. . .. . .. ticoo? I J77AO Make Deals That Others Talk About. Make Us An Offer

Karmann Ghia. Save lots ofUJ

VW Vu money on this one .. . .. . $1395 NORTHCENTRAL, FLA'S NO. 1 INDEPENDENT DEALER

Days 60 T-BIRD SdfnVT$1 995

Aft MCDf 4dr. Sedan Air cond., power
$200 OU JliCFVV. steering and brakes. Auto $ I O7 J

Impala' 4-dr., auto, power steering,
60 (UltV
R& ti, Clean $1575 Golden Corner of Values Across From The Shopping Center 3726313S

59 CHEV rh T'.r.0.,. $745 + FOR THEUSTDEAL

asI 60 BUICK 4,.ou& pBdio.,. $1 095 r v INNORTH..

Spyder needs motor work, CENTRAL
DO FIAT a bargain at . . . .. .. .. .. $299 FLORIDA

2drradio' heflter- WE SEC
57 FORD No better price anywhereBARKLEY .. ... .. $495 SELL 3 Fnendl7
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Stage Coach Line Once EXCLUSIVELY 'J,
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Passed Gainesville Area t
Charles of the Ritz explains how to achievea
clear young skin. Morning, wash with t
NANCY SPIEGEL v Velvet Foam. Feels fresh as soap-n-water
By rested. pot. I
yet doesn't irritate. $2.00. To make-up
Before Jacksonville was call- Mrs. Carr believes an inn was According to Mrs. Graham, j Medicated Lotion covers helps heal and
ed Jacksonville and Gainesvillewas located in Micanopy for the the depot consisted of a tearoom How to have dry little problems too. $2.00. Give black
even conceived, a bustling stage coach passenger's eve- depot and blacksmith heads the treatment with Special Lotion,
stagecoach line wound its way ning rest. But, she said, no I shop. then Special Cream to soften and help ban-
from Tampa through the one has yet pinpointed the loca- the ish troublemakers. $2.00 each. For stubborn
Gainesville area toward the tion of it. Mrs. Graham, who can remember prettiest bumples healing is hastened with Disaster
northern Florida Atlantic. coast After leaving Micanopy the seeing the old anvil Cream. $2.50. For sheer pick-me-up., Miss
line. stagecoach made its way toward I and iron from the original Dt.in Ritz Mask a perky gel with a delicious sen-
According to Mrs. Archie F. Waldo following approximately -smithy, says that her great- complexion sation.$3.50. Further advice is free from the
said the route followed -
the route to grandfather Charles of the Ritz Consultant who implores
Carr Jr. of Micanopy, one of the same as -
main depots of the line was located day's Rochelle Road. The' San Flemington down Highway Cedar crowd : eat wisely, get plenty of sleep! All
from to
in Micanopy."It ta Fe River was forded by the Micanopy your : prices plus tax.
stage coach near Waldo, explained : aArrccf.tcl;
was located on a hill, Key.Mrs.
Mrs.Carr.Micanopy's Graham said she now
a pond not far from
home," said lives on the old stage,line route
Mrs. Carr. "T here Mrs. J. H. Gra-
and she and her husband planto i :
also was a blacksmith shop by ham's great grandfather op
the depot where the horses were erated and owned the black- build a home on the exact site Cosmetics ShopStreet Floor
cared for while the passengers smith shop at the Micanopy de of the old tea room and depot. ...

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