Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00071
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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00071
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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BOYS' CllJIf dent Johnson gave Congress' And the Strong

1 marching orders today for the

PANCAKE war on poverty, concentratinghis

DAY $962.5-million attack on helping (c) Nw York Times Berlin last week mainly to stop other East Ger-
,1 Americans.The BERLIN Wolfgang
f TICkET young mans from running into the trap set up by the
Dohmke of East Berlin
) program to help young- Communists at the railway bridge.
"AF IL i t sters in the 16 to 20 age bracket Escape clambered along a railway -
bridge one bitter Refugee officials in West Berlin pointed out
centers remi-
on a job
niscent of the Civilian Conser- night this January, that requirements of strength and adventurousness
then jumped onto an explained why only the young and the strong
vation of the
Corps 1930s.
City Commission candidates put their appetites before their, political ambitions to East West freight and those without family ties have a chance to

buy tickets for the April 4 Boys' Club "Pancake Day." Zan Hutson, 14, sells dollar "The years of high school train. He was safe in the West, 10 minutes later. succeed on the dangerous routes to the West. i

tickets to (left to right) Mayor Byron Winn, Dr. Edwin Andrews, Arnold Butt and and college age are the most Within four weeks, 11 of Wolfgang's friends had Total refugee figures have fallen off in the

Jim Richardson as Bob Cummings, Boys' Club vice president encourages the sale. critical stage" of a young person's followed him on the route-all of them studentsin past year with one gap in the wall after the other :

Chairman Bob Hancock said more than 3,000 attended last year's pancake day. (Sun life, Johnson said, in a the junior. class of East Berlin's Max Planck being blocked.
special message on poverty. school. ,
photo by Eddie Davis.)
The East Germans discovered the bridge op
not then
"If they are helped ,
The 13th boy stumbled, fell and broke his legsin eration after they began interrogating the in- .
will be condemned to
many a the attempt, but five other youths made it that jured boy who had been taken to an East Ber-
2nd School
life of which in
poverty they,
night and, the following night. Then the East lin hospital. West Berlin authorities plan to opena
turn,"will pass on to their chil- German police got wind of the escapes and closed special class at a school here to allow the

dren. the gap. East Berlin youths to stay together until they J
16,184 EligibleTo Boycott The job corps would enlist up News of the flight was made public in West graduate.
to 100,000 young men, draft" rejects :

and school dropouts, from ,

Vote Tuesday Drops health"those and whose education background makes, Fireworks I II
in Calif.
YORK (AP-The) sec- them least fit for useful work."

.... ond civil rights boycott of the These young men would be

million-pupil public school ,system removed from their slum back-
If you are one of 16,184 There are seven polling places
Gainesville voters, tomorrow is -Recreation Center, Girl Scout the here today failed to draw grounds and placed i in camps to FRESNO, Calif. (AP) Sen. publican ranks burst out in the I

a special day. Headquarters, Voting Machine Puerto deep Ricans support Negroes and work on conservation projectsand Barry Goldwater carried the Comes well-planned maneuver by the .
its fore-
Between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Warehouse Buchholz Junior gave in special job training cen- strife-torn endorsement of the Barry conservatives to take over the

city voters will elect two city High J. J. Finley, VFW Hall runner six weeks ago. ters for a blend of training, 14,000-member()()( California Repub- party's statewide club move-

commissioners for three-year and Westwood Junior High. Before attendance figureswere basic education and work ex- lican Assembly into
terms and decide whether the Returns will be posted as theyare compiled, the size of picket perience. primary campaign today. Federation fell to them last

charter should be amended to reported to the Utilities Operations lines and the crowds of chil- Other phases of the youth Conservatives topped off their year.

allow emergency purchases of Center, 555 S. E. 5th dren entering schools showedthe program are work-training and Goldwater victory by capturing to prevent any endorse
electricity. boycott would not equal the work-study projects, federal control of the volunteer party ment but there was never any Goldwater spokesmen accused 1

Commission candidates are Ave.Anyone who is a registeredvoter Feb. 3 protest during which grants to provide full or part organization in a free 'swinging, doubt about the outcome. All the Rockefeller camp of trying I

Arnold Butt and Jim Richardson in the City of Gainesvilleis 464,000 pupils were absent. time jobs to help youngstersstay contest with Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller backers coulddo to tarnish the senator's en-

group one, and Byron Winn eligible to vote in tomorrow's "There seems to be no parental in high school, take voca- Rockefeller's force. was fight a long'delaying 'action dorsement by deliberately
and Edwin Andrews, group two. election. support and no support by tional training or work their that turned the conventioninto creating turmoil and by attempting
the teachers' said the leaderof Climaxing a stormy 12-hour a parliamentary night- to "thwart the will of the

20 student pickets outside the way through college.Coordinating Sunday session, the outnum- mare. majority."

High School of Commerce in the war on pov- bered Rockefeller delegates Goldwater the 'endorse-
swept In turn, the Rockefeller
NFL Reinstates erty will be a new executive staged a walkout before the
Manhattan.The ment by a lopsided margin on a agers blamed their
the Office of Economic opponentsfor
agency, vote committing the CRA to
demonstration standing vote with only two doz- causing blood
was stagedby more letting
Opportunities, which support the Arizona senator in
the Citywide Committee for en or so Rockefeller membersstill in their insistence on gaining
said would be headed by Sar- his California race against the as-
Hornung KarrasNEW Integrated Schools against whatit around. to register their sembly approval for Goldwa-
gent Shriver, "my personal New York governor.
calls de facto segregation in protest. ter's quest for California's 88
the city's 863 public schools. chief of staff "for the war The Rockefeller faction bat- All the pent-up rancor in Re- delegates to the Republican Na-
against poverty.
The withdrawn tional Convention.
YORK (AP) The Na- in supervising its bench at support of sev- In addition to the Job Corps, _.
eral civil bod- -
organized rights
Football League today games. Shriver also will supervise creation
ies extended .
to the
apparently Miss DeathIn
reinstated Paul Hornung and Betting on games is flatly for- rank and file of,the Negro com- of another new group, the Girls Furniture ,

Alex Karras, professional foot- bidden by a provision in NFL munity.The Volunteers for America, a

ball stars suspended indefinitely player contracts. NFL Com National Association for Peace Corps-styled body of 3-

last April 17 for gambling missioner Pete Rozelle said the Advancement of Colored 000 to 5,000 volunteers who will CrashCEDAR Firm SafeIs
The reinstatementgoes there was no evidence, that the Speeding
activities. People, the National Congressof work in various phases of the
effect immediately. players had bet against their
into Racial Equality and the Urban war on poverty. L. '-"
member of the own teams or that they ever CrackedSafe
Hornung a Both the Job Corps and the
did not endorse the
Packers and three- had attempted to influence the KEY Two P. K. eling an estimated 80 miles an
Green Bay Volunteers for America are
boycott. All three supported the >
champion of the results of games. Yonge High School girls narrow- hour.
time earlier taken from legislation now crackers escaped with
Football League, and Both Hornung and Karras ad- one. ly escaped death when their Highway Patrol Trooper H.
National In the Feb. 3 boycott, more pending in Congress the about $450 from a South Main
outstanding defen- mitted they had made substan- speeding auto rolled over seven L. Brown blames the accidenton
Karras, an than 464,000 pupils-about 364- Youth Conservation Corps and Street furniture firm early Sat-
tackle with the Detroit tial bets of $50 or more over a times near here yesterday.One their speed, a 20 mph head
sive 000 more than usualstayedaway the National Service Corps re urday morning or late Friday
for bet- of several The of them wind two in the
Lions, were set down period seasons. was criticallyhurt. dogs riding night.
from classes. school .
football games.At other five-Joe Schmidt, Wayne spectively.Other car and carelessness.He .
ting on enrollment is than mil- of the
more a phases war on
the same time, five other Walker, John Gordy, Gary lion. So did 3,500 teachers. asked Johnson in- She's Robin Linda Richards, said one of the dogs ap- They also took,several watches -
fined the Lowe and Sam Williams bet poverty in Miss Richards' deputies said. j
Detroit players were There is no segregation by cludedA 16, daughter of Mr. Mrs. rarently jumped I
maximum of $2,000 each for $50 each and Karras $100 on the : Rowland Richards, 518 NW 34th lap as she was driving.
law in the school thenation's
system, program of grants of up The safe burglary was at the
and the Green Packers to beat the
betting on one game Bay Brown said she lost control of
New York Giants in the 1962 largest. to 90 per cent for urban and Ter.A Alachua Furniture Companynear
fined $4,000
Detroit club was spokesman for the J. Hillis the car, skidded almost 400 feet
action the Williston Cutoff and
community pro-
for laxness in reporting information NFL championship game. Miller Health Center said this and then rolled over seven UJS. .
and in Miamifor grams, where local plans'were 441.Entry
to the commissioner players were morning that the honor student times. .
the Playoff',Bowl game and drafted to utilize all available and majorette was sufferingfrom Miss Richards was thrown to the building was

were watching the championship WHERETO community resources, public severe head injuries. clear of the wreckage. gained by forcing a bathroom I

Blue Angel game on television. The and private, to wipe out pockets Miss Richards' companion window on the east side of the
bets were placed through a FIND IT of poverty. r
Vassilki Kokinos, 1219 SW 3rd building. Once inside, the burg-
Florida friend of Karras nota -Special grants and loans to
lars replaced a screen they'dtaken
Ave. treated at the health Pack
Pilot Falls bookmaker. The others saidit Comics . . 12 help boost the incomes of sub- center, and released the spokesman from the window. 1 f

was done on impulse and that Classified . 13-15 sistence farmers. there reported. Miss Koki- Warning LabelHearing
they never had bet on games at Entertainment 13 -Special low interest loans Deputies said the company'ssafe ;
nos lives here with a sister. Her
To Death any other time. Obituaries . 2 for investments that will pro- parents live in Greece. Opens was pried open and about I;
in cash taken from it. Sev-
Hornung began betting in Opinion Page 4, 5 vide jobs for low-income fami- $450
APALACHICOLA (AP) Lt. 1959 through a West Coast busi- Sports . .9, 10 lies or persons who have been Investigators said the girls WASHINGTON (AP) The eral doors were forced by the

George N. Neale, 29, one of theNavy's nessman but quit after the 1961 .Women's . ... 7 out of jobs for many months, were for out collecting chemistry water class.sam- Federal' Trade Commission burglars to get out of the build- I
ples a
Blue Angels famed for season. His bets on the PackersSee ing. )
his NFL (See POVERTY on Page 2)) Troopers said they were trav- opens. hearings' today on its I
precision flying, plunged to ( on Page 2)) proposal to tag every pack of r

death yesterday when his para- cigarettes with a health watrn- Home Delivery :
chute failed to ,open fully aft-

er he ejected from his crippled The Second Face o fLBJtemper ing.FTC Chairman Paul Dixon is Of Liquor On I

jet.Naval the leadoff witness to be followed ,
aut h o rities said disaster 4 City Agenda I
overtook Neale west of over three days by rep-

Apalachicola as the flight dem- Bobby Baker, 'President resentatives of the tobacco industry City Attorney Osee Fagan

onstration team was returningto p'rmtark imrl1 de Gaulle, Bobby Kenne- and tobacco workers, will report to the City Commis-

their' home base at the By JAMES RESTON dy and even Barry Goldwater.He governors of tobaccogrowingstates sion tonight on his research con-

Pensacola Naval Air Station WASHINGTON President Quiet, Fatherly never even blinked.He physicians and public. cerning home delivery of alcoholic

from an air show at West talked about De Gaulle as health officials. beverages. .

Palm Beach.A Johnson is growing in patienceand Type on TVat if the general were a tempor- In the wake of the surgeon The restriction was requestedby

public information officerat confidence. His hourlong arily misguided friend: a lit- general's report Jan. 11 that motel owner Nat Pozin, a

Pensacola said Neale's plane conversation on nationwide television tle difficult maybe,. but doing cigarette smoking is a hazardto proponent of the September wet-

"experienced some sort of me- Sunday evening is just what he had every right to do. health, the commission proposed dry election. Pozin wants the

chanical falure" and was a the latest evidence He talked about his relations that every cigarette; ad- city to prohibit home deliveries. -
quarter of a mile from an of his the end of Sunday's broad- This latter Johnson has nev- with Bobby Kennedy as if the vertisement and every cigarette .
had an e f f e ctive BoswelL two of them were, merely' the
to air er this warning the
an ;
approach emergency Analysis: progress. package carry Fagan was by
he He cast.There have been two The other one, the wheeler- victims of a vicious press, and smoking is
field when apparently saw What The was nervous always "Caution: Cigarette commission to discuss the proposal
he couldn't reach it and decid- about TV Lyndon Johnsons ever since became dealer Johnson, has been well went out of his way to com- dangerous to Health. It mal with State Beverage Dept

ed to eject. News politics afterPresident to Washington more than reported. Maybe in the TV con- mend the attorney general for cause death from cancer and officials.
Meaus versation he has found the his in the civil rights de "
Lt. F. X. Mezzadro followed Kennedy's 30 years ago: the political tac- part other diseases. Other business on tonight'sagenda
wit and whose for ,backstairs medium for making the whole bate.
him down and circled Apalachicola tician genius commission also includes a report on thecity's
The proposes
of this remarkable and almost As for Bobby Baker, the
to attract attention. polish en the manipulation was
which audit
1962-63 by City
Apalachicola ban on advertising
the a
him to
vividto threw
contradictory personality President
is 167 miles east of screen, and he was even a lit- publicized, and this other John- that smoking cigarettes Finance Officer Clarence
United States suggests
the American people. Senate of the ,
Pensacola, in the Florida Pan tle edgy at the beginning of son who appeared on the TV promotes health or general O'Neill.
handle.At ,Sunday's performance, but he sets Sunday, the quiet philo- The reporters confronted him and referred to him as if he wellbeing.A The meeting is at 7:30 at the
has a natural and vivid elo- sophic almost fatherly Johnson with all the current political were sort of a remote official Utilities Center 555
three Operation
least decisionis ,
persons saw final commission
quence of his own and this who never has a bad word for hobgoblins who are supposed acquaintance who just happenSee -
5th Ave.
JOHNSON 5) not expected for months. S.E. ____
(See FLIER on Page 2)) came through with great effect anybody. to trigger the famous Johnson ( on Page "

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I. I Bones of Man More YanK More About .

1 fGHS: Chorus Weather Roundup : I

F.. Fliers Die In Poverty

V Rated As ':.>;'.. c.;.." .. ... B \\b Found Near RR

Viet NamSAIGON From Page 1
; Superior .,:. T', C ,-- HIGH SPRINGS The bones,r'ards behind the Jones housea
.. Viet Nam (AP) and also to small business not There were almost constant
.. of a man, bleached white by mile west of S.R. 236.
JACKSONVILLE Gaines- ;: '- Six more American airmen eligible for regular loans from rumblings of this power fight
.c D-Partly,cloudy through .. time, were found scattered in
ville High School's girls chorus \ railroad bed Deputies believe they are the were killed in South Viet Nam the small business administration. during the six weeks that Shriv-
i abandoned
Tuesday. in the
tonight an
and mixed chorus received superior t remains of a Georgia man, during the weekend as Red er's special task force workedin
50s. High Tuesday 65 to' 70 ?", S' near here yesterday. Howard Hartage, 27. The
ratings at the Fifth District guerrillas shot down a U.s. -Expansion of Welfare Department secret on the bill.
a -
near the ocean and in. the .. identification
\ was taken from
Vocal Contest held here 70s inland. Northeasterly \ F They were found by 17yearold badly weathered wallet foundat a helicopter and a spotter plane. program to help train In his broadcast interview

Saturday at Paxon High School winds 10 to 20 miles an hour, .E tv. Larry Jones. the and find jobs for heads of fam- Sunday, Johnson said:
scene. Four of the airmen
Five ensembles were
won superior
ratings and a sixth was judged becoming' easterly Tuesday. J.....aJ1a\ y= The bones were about 200Under The wallet contained a Geor- aboard the helicopter, which ilies whose children now re- "We realize it is a beginning,
V A-Parity cloudy through Tuesday. ceive payments under the aid it is not an extremely
excellent. Low tonight 46 to 54. High Tuesday \ I i gia drivers license in Hart.age's was hit by ground fire Sunday
In the 60s. \ to dependent children program.So hensive program. We are goingto
that had
name expired in 100 miles south of Saigon.
Soloists winning superior rat- Low B-Partly tonight cloudy In the through 50s. High Tuesday.Tuesday H.-.! Ruby 1961. Deputies believed the far, a White House source have Sargent Shriver in

Ings were Patricia Rehbein, 65 to 70 .near the ocean and In ...: bones had been there for a The other two airmen were said, selection standards have charge of coordinating the program

Peggy Thompson, Lynn Sande- the 70s F G-Partly Inland.E cloudy tonight and WatchfulSecurity long time. They judged by their aboard an L19 spotter plane not been set up for the Job between the agencies who

fur, Suzanne Martin, Wanda Tuesday with a few scattered show I condition and the wallet's that was knocked down Satur-' Corps, nor have detailed plans already are working in that
ers. Low tonight In the 60s. High :
Hertel, Wayne Lee, Carol Tuesday 75 to 15. Mostly northeastand ea' O y !.contents. i day northeast'of Saigon. been made for setting up the field-the Agriculture Depart-

Boyles and Carol Shea. east winds .10 to 15 miles an camps and job training center. ment; the Justice Department,
hour. No information
was found The six deaths to 124
H I-Partly cloudy Tuesday brought in the dealings with juvenile
: oug"e GAINESVILLE WEATHER: The source said of the
excellent immediazely to tell who Hart- many
Getting ratings were with a few tt % the number of Americans killedin I the Health Edu-
showers. Low tonight 65 to 70. High Municipal Airport readings and I 40,000 recruited for the Job delinquency; ,
Rob Beard age was what to
Donna happened
Cunningham, DALLAS (APJack
Tuesday near 85. Variable/ mostly Ruby action in the Viet Nam war cation and Welfare Department,
Vicki Brinson Register Ka- southeasterly winds S to IS miles an for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Corps in the first year would
Joy ,
remained alone in cell today
a jail him.The I since the U.S. buildup in VietNam in health and education; the
hOJr.KPartly High 84 at 1-3 p.m., low 53 of the come from the backlog of more
thryn Brooke, Joan Fulwood, cloudy through Tuesday : while his attorneys pre- owner property, began in December 1951 Labor Department, in manpower
with a few scattered showers. at 6 a.m. Rainfall .07 inches. Bennett than million
Peggy Shaw and Joel McCoy. Edgar Jones, Route I,! one already rejected -
Low tonight 70 to 75. High Tuesday pared to appeal the verdict of The Defense Department said training. And we don't wantto
80 to 85. Variable winds mostly east CEDAR KEY TIDES Box 98, said he didn't know by the draft as physically,
Patricia Rehbein, Van Poper- through south 5 to 15 miles an hour. Tuesday High at 3:48 a.m. and a Dallas jury which sentencedhim lartage. the dead airmen were: create more agencies, we
Deputies still Investigating mentally psychologically un-
Low, at 9:39 a.m. and 10:25 were or
ing and Therese Rice were all 3:36 p.m. to death for murder. want to use the ones we have. V
pm. today. Aboard the spotter plane:
fit.A Johnson said the war on poverty rated in the piano
"Maximum security" sur- Schen- said "outstanding
TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREH Capt. Thomas J. Bergin, source an
while Donald Johnson Wayne Prcp.EAST GULF: Northeasterly winds would "try to get at the
Lee and Miss Rehbein,won ex- Jacksonville ... 17 56 L .11 evening becoming knots this mostly afternoon easterly and rounds Ruby, Sheriff Bill Decker More About ectady, N.Y., and 1st Lt. Rich- educational leader" has been roots and causes of poverty
Miami SO 74 .01 said. ard Jaeck Milwaukee Wis. chosen to head the Job Corps,
cellents as student conductors. Tampa 82 68Atlanta Tuesday partly cloudy. that cause 20 per cent of our
.. .. .// ALMANAC But Ruby's attorney, Melvin Aboard the helicopter: 1st Lt. but refused to identify him. people to live off less than $3-
... ..
New Ors ::.a!+e Sunset today .... 6:38 p.m. FlierFrom
Ensemble ratings were as New York 57 39 .02 Sunrise tomorrow......... 6:37 a.m. Belli, said he is worried abouta Roger E. Cauvin, pilot, Caribou Enlistment for the maximum 000 a year" and to do somthing
Moonset tonight ............ 9:35 term of service wouldbe
Washington 61 36 .01 p.m.
follows: Chicago ..... 53 37 First Quarter ............ March 20 possible attempt on Ruby'slife Maine; 1st Lt. Kenneth A. two-year "about half a million men that
Kansas City 64.9 The planet. Venus, seen above the and has asked for extra Shannon, copilot, Lynchburg, voluntary.Half are rejected each year becauseof
-Superior, trio, Patricia Rah- Denver .... .52 28 Moon tonight. Is now 84 million miles 1
bein, Shea Carol and Dolores Ft. Worth 68.3 from the Earth. The Moon at Perl- protection for him. Page Va.; Spec. 5. Carleton W. Up- of the young men re- mental or physical reasons
Los Angeles 75 62 gee tomorrow Is now less than 229,- cruited in the first year would for service.He .
Decker said chief Auburn Calif.
"Later on ton, crew ,
Martinez. Seattle 53.2 000 miles from the Earth. the crash. W.
H. Meadows and be put to work in groups of 50 added, "we are going to
"when he has adjusted to the and Pfc. Frank J. Holguin, gun-
-Superior, sextette, Donna his son, Billy, were in the front conservation
to 250 "special and
Five-Day Forecast on try to recognize proceed on
Leist Cox Carol Sanders jolt of the verdict, he probablywill ner, Los Angeles.
Judy .. yard of their home 200 yards projects to give them educa- the basis that illiteracy and ig-
cell with
Ward Anderson be put in a large from
Judy. Candy the
scene. They said tion useful work experienceand and disease cost this
Temperatures through Satur- Sample daily ranges: He's had maxi- norance
Sherry Traupane and Jane Ro other prisoners. they heard
a noise Hoffa Case
day will average near normalin 49 to 72, Tampa 56 to 76, mum security from the begin- like backfire popping to enrich the natural resources government billions of dollars

per. Carol north Florida to a little above and Miami 61 to 80. Rainfall and he will continue to a before the of the country." per year, and make for much
-Superior, Madrigal, ning plane hitMeadows
will half inch to Moving Along The other half will to the unhappiness."
normal in the south. Mild tem- average one an go
Ann have it in
Boyles, Sara Ann Jones, jail. said the pilot
peratures will turn cooler over inch in the north and less than ejected job training centers, where up
Bridges, Lynn Sandefur, Den- Dallas authorities refused to at about 150 to 200 feet CHATTANOOGA Tenn. (AP)
most of the state at midweek. half an inch in the south. to 6,000 will be congregated.Plans .I Gainesville Sun
nis Sommer, Sam Mclaughlin, "dignify by comment" a state- too low for his 'chute to open -James R. Hoffa now takes his call for these

Riki Danburg and Steve Wil- I ment Belli has made several fully. Meadows said he ran to case to the U.S. 6th Circui t tentatively be located cities I Published evenings except

liams. times since Ruby was convicted the pilot but was unable to do Court of Appeals, having gon: centers to near I Saturday, and Sunday mornings -

-Superior, triple trio, Sharon Saturday morning of killing anything for him. through the technicality of ask. with major educational facilities -.1 by the Gainesville Pub-
lishing Company at 101 SE
bttuartesiFRANCES that the faculties
Mathis, Vicki Brinson, Katherine Lee Harvey Oswald, accused Miss Linda Glass, 16, said ing for, and being denied a. so may 2nd Place, Gainesville. Florida

Brooke, Mary Ann Bowles, assassin of President Kennedy.The she was standing on her porch new trial on a jury-fixing con-, be used on a part-time basis. I and entered as second class

Kay Whitehead, Dedde Hendrix, attorney said: 100 yards away when the pilot The President revealed some matter at the Post Office at

Gail Grier, Robinson Reida, and GREENMrs. I Baptist Church for more than "Ruby is worried, and so amI ejected. She said his chute viction.U.S. Dist. Judge Frank Wilson -, of his poverty war plans Sun-,I Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .

Patricia Whiting.A 40 years. opened partially and he fell to day night in a radio-television RATES BY
Frances Melissa Green, that they may slip someone denied Hoffa's new-trial mo,
mixed quartet of Annette 78, Newberry, died last night at She was the daughter of into his cell-another prisoner his death some 200 feet from tion Saturday. But the president ., interview. .I CARRIER OR MAIL
Ivy, Donna Beard, Rob Cun- knife in orderto where the plane crashed.A Johnson said the money for 1 Week .45
Alachua General Hospital aftera :pioneer) Newberry resident Henry -with a shiv ( ) of the International Brotherhood
ningham and Wayne Lee was long illness. A. Pickett. prevent our appeal. Then city fireman said Neal'si1) F I the poverty program had come!I 3 Mos. $5.85
of Teamsters
judged excellent I they would make it appear as ( A Grumman Tiger missed alreadyhad from slicing money from the!I All mail subset iptions must

A superior rating on the boys She was born in Newberryand Funeral services will be at suicide and this vicious city a house about 50 feet. The announced he would appealall ., defense budget, adding, "so it t: be paid in advance. 'I'

quartette was held up for fur- lived there all her life. She 3! pjn. tomorrow in the New- a wreckage was scattered about the way, if necessary, to the will come from those who haveit
would have him off their :1 Member of Audit Bureau of
ther ruling when one of the four was a member of the First berry Baptist Church with Rev. 300 yards. supreme court. to those who don't have it." Circulation. i

was unable to participate. Joe I John Martin officiating. hands. Neale was beginning his third Hoffa has been sentenced to Creation of the new agency '
Throughout the 23-day trial, All material contained herein h
Bryant was the absent memberdue year with the Blue Angels. He 8 years in prison and fined $10- came apparently as a compro- the property of the Gainesville
Survivors include her husband in.
to illness but Bernie Arndt, Accidents -,three guards sat near Ruby was commissioned a naval aviator -000 for trying to fix the jury mise following a bureaucratic I I production In whole or In part Is I
> Charles 0. two daughters in fact that; I Publishing Company (c) 1964. Re- '
; court-so near, ,
Don Johnson and Neil Mayhew in 1955. Surviving is his that heard his 1962 Nashville battle over who should control strictly forbidden without the written
Mrs. Dwight L. Sullivan, Belli once protested they were I permission of the publisher.
took the honors as a trio. : widow, Donna. conspiracy triaL the program.
Newberry, and Mrs. G. J. Da listening to his conversations
to vid, Gainesville; two sons, Henry with Ruby. They were seated in

More About Green, Gainesville, and T. C., such a way as to be able tc

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Green, Newberry; two sisters,I watch the spectators.

Nine persons lost their lives in Mrs. Alice Sanchez, Gainesville, Saturday, before the verdict t .

NFL Florida accidents over the weekend and Mrs. Clem Blake, East Pa-, was handed down, Decker pul tf

latka. three more in the front row o: .
Pallbearers will be Jack Sim- seats."I \

From Page 1 One of the victims ,was LL mons, Steve Duke, Melvin haven't gambled sinc e

George L. Neale, 29, a memberof Smith, Bill Miller, Wilmer they brought Ruby here," th e

to win sometimes were as highas the famed U.S. Navy preci- Blake and Bobby Blake. Burial sheriff said, "and I'm certain;Y .

$500, though more often they sion flying" team, "The Blue will be in Newberry Cemetery. not going to gamble today."

were $50 or $100. Angels. Williams-Thomas is in charge. Belli continued to rag e

The Lions were fined because Neale fell to his death Sunday against the "Dallas oligarchy'and .

Coach George Wilson failed to when his parachute failed to ALLEN COLVIN insist that Ruby was "rail .

pass on information given by open full after he ejected from roaded."
his crippled jet near Apalachicola. Allen S. Colvin, 65, of Concord,
Detroit police about the associ- Ten days Belli told thi:
Mass. ago I
died here
yesterday.He .
ates of Lion and
some players
"the Dallas oligarch
because sideline issued John Robinson, 23, of Orlando, had been on an extended reporter, Y
passes were -
to unauthorized persons. was injured fatally when he was visit with his daughter and son- has ordered" Ruby's executionYou'll

Police reported that Detroit .hit by a car on state road 25 in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. EdwardW. see. i
south of Leesburg. Bean Jr. of 1409 NE 12th
players had been seen with
who under surveil- Samuel Lewis, 41, a service- Ter.Other
men were "For
man aboard the U.S.S. Sabeanat survivors include his TL
lance known hoodlums. Wilson
as : I :
saw some inaccuracies in Mayport, was killed in a hit- wife, Henrietta.one brother, Dr. A

these reports and minimized run accident in Jacksonville. E. A Colvin of Waban, Mass.; .

their importance.In Thomas Doak, 38, of Tampa, three sisters, Mrs. W. T. Knapp, Cents
killed Hartford Conn. Mrs.
announcing the end of the was in an accident on ; Philip

indefinite suspensions, Rozelle US. 60 at Brandon. Robinson, Detroit; Mrs. Leroy Per

William Bryant, 18, of Orlando Nimmo, Los Angeles; and three
said there was no evidence that Your Home Can Have -
either Karras or Hornung ever died of injuries suffered in grandchildren.
accident Funeral service will be
an there. tomorrow
bet against his own team or "COMPLETE"Pest
Danny Christian of Milton and at 10 a.m. at the Wil-
failed to do his best in any
Victor Anderson of Harold, both liams-Thomas Chapel with Rev.N. .

NFL game. 17, died of injuries suffered in B. Langford officiating. Burial Control ServiceOne
Rozelle said he had estab-
lished to his own satisfactionthat a collision on Highway 89, westof will be in Wellesley, Mass. can does it in.Your .
each player now has a Milton. home inspected
Brenda Smith 10 of and treated regularly
clear understanding of the seriousness -
for Insects
of the offenses and of drowned in a lake. KISER'sOFFICE and rodents. Place
Evelyn Bradshaw 37, was .
the circumstances that broughtthem EQUIPMENTNEW your pert control
about. killed in an accident on state problem In the

road 209, three miles north of V LOCATION hands of competent
Rozelle's prepared statementsaid Palatka. 604 North Main Street experienced men a

: "Taking into prime con- Files Files, Files who know their job. !

sideration the extent of their vi-
INCOME TAX 66 Files in stock, all
olations and also their conduct t
Letter &
during the period of suspension,, GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS As new.Low As $49.50Call Legal. THIS OWNER LOVES IT! ,

it is felt that the best interests, FR 2-9607

of the league will be best For Free_ DeliyeryS.1nSerYiceRentals Garden & Pet CenterPhone

served by termination of the FR '-2 S1
1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
suspensions. '


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enthusiasm. The top ear is a 1963 model the center of older vintage is still extra coat on most new cars <

ear is a 1962 Cadillac. and the lower car is four and includes such features as Hydra-Matic, power steer-

years old. The styling through the years has evolved ing, power brakes, power windows on most models '

JIM RICHARDSON and refined but each> unmistakably a Cadillac. plus many Cadillac engineering advancements that still 1

These owners share a common knowledge. Not even have not found their way into other new 1964 cars. .

most new motor cars: offer the degree of pleasure and And don't overlook Cadillac's reputation for operate .
reliability that come with a previously owned Cadillac. fag economy-comparable to many smaller cars.

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Panama 'Peace' ; .


Story Squelched -iii::

WASHINGTON (AP-A U.S. United States of America have I -

I spokesman has squelched opti-;agreed to re-establish diplomatic SPECIAL
mism arising from an Organization relations as soon as possibleto
seek the prompt eliminationof
of American States announcement -
the causes of conflict relative
that the United to the Panama Canal."
States and Panama had agreed' LAWNMOWER
The agreement calls for both .. .
to resume relations.
countries to "designate special .
The situation was further confused ambassadors with sufficient
when an aide to Panama's powers to carry out discussionsand .P ..
President Roberto Chiari confirmed negotiations with the ob- 4
in Panama City the jective of reaching a fair and
agreement announced by the I just agreement."

OAS. I It added that diplomatic relations

E Panama broke diplomatic relations will be resumed "as soon v
with the United States as possible.
Jan. 10 after in the
rioting A statement from the U.S.
Panama Canal Zone left 21 per- source said:
sons dead and some 200 wound- *1
relations until the United States "The United States Government -
agreed to renegotiate the 1903 and the Government of v :
treaty under which it has per- Panama, as of 11 p.m. Sunday, 7' ,
petual rights to operate the have had no meeting of the
canal. minds on either the resumptionof AT ALL FLA.-WIDE ,
relations or the proceduresto %
For its part, the United States be followed in an attempt to McDUFF STORES! j
said resumption of diplomatic solve the problems surrounding 1
relations must precede any the Panama disturbances."The i.
talks about the canal's future. j
United States Govern- < :;
Sunday night's announcementby < c .
ment will welcome a resump- _- :
Ambassador Juan Plate of tion of diplomatic relations with DI >
Paraguay chairman of the spe- Panama. The United States ap-
cial OAS committee investigating I
preciates the contribution of the
the crisis and seeking a rec- OAS
delegation and hopes that
onciliation said: successful
conversations will
"The governments of the Republic result from its endeavors.? J


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I I ZkiaewtI1e Suit OF y;. Let ;Big Shots Ride the Bus


I' -0" JOKX X. RAI ISOx. mM.B* ..*. 9 Nm York Eton of it was desirable. There is es at the bottom of the government government is overstaffedand

r........ PAT COWLU. Vie PrW, By JAMES RESTON always an evacuation? in every and too few brains at could be improved by
1 lute ED JOHHSOX. TIc. TnOttmt election year, and Presi- the top. judicious, or even a little in-
.. W. G. aUlD WASHINGTONOne of the
4 Eucatl.Etit Also, the Congress not judicious, pruning.One .
r Florida's Beautiful
dent Johnson should and will
EBEKSOLE. Tie PT..ll.st aM A4V persistently awkward things'I
naturally, feels that if the ex- of these days, the automobiles
VMtlstar DlrccUn BOB TAKTAG By RALPH McGILL I about the people who work have his own men if he wins
I University City' of the federal em-
eat C'ireelatlj ecutives in the government
' XJOXE. TU Preal4ad Pakllibcr for
PmlitMr Prb fftanU the
government in Wash- in November. But holding or
i u.f' Of tt. Atlanta (Ga.) CutttaUm ment get more money, con- ployes are going to get into
ington is that they like to eat recruiting talented experienced gressmen, who also pay rent such a jam that the govern- J
and have children and be paid men who are tough enoughto
ment will and .
and have children, should get simply stop
The WelshGet for their hire like other members stand up to Lyndon Johnson more too, and this would bring somebody will have to pave \1
f'. 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. of the .human race. 18 hours a day seven days in the across-the-board pay hike over the cars in the federal

2. Express the opinions of the Sun .in-but only in-editorials This has created a problemfor the week no easy exercise to $545 million a year, whichis triangle and start all over
: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. every president since Gen- -has been made all the more. more than some congressmen again.If .

f: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 IntoThe eral Washington, and Lyndon en difficult below by academic freezing,wages let alone ev- think the voters wouldbe all the friends of friends
Johnson is no exception. His in a mood to approve after who occupy federal jobs as
I Want Ads3764672I appointments so far have been industrial or commercial, lev- the Bobby Baker case in an status symbols in the outer

good, but he has lost several -els. election year. rooms of assistants to the
Act brilliant men from the old Part of the difficulty is that deputy assistants to the di-

I I For the Life Preserver Kennedy team; including Ted Congress has refused to raise SO LONG AS Congress refuses rectors of sub-bureaus in the
Sorensen, Kenneth Galbraith, the pay of one group of public to distinguish betweena country sections of large agencies -
Jerome Wiesner and Arthur servants unless it can raise postman and a scientist and or departments all
We being offered a life preserver duce power and make a profit, so can Welsh nationalists have of them fired Mon-
\ are Schlesinger Jr., and the Con- them all. It draws no distinct between the shortage of brains were on

I tomorrow. the City of Gainesville. Not only is blown up some of the dam gress has added to the brain tion between a secretary who and the surplus of bodies in day, the government would

power production a historic missionof installations at the site where drain by refusing to pass the wrestles with letters and an Washington, the problem for probably purr with efficiencyand

It bears the label of "Resolution municipalities, but it is one meansto water is to be impounded for administration's pay-rise bill. under secretary who wrestles the moment is insoluble. But enough money would be
distant Liverpool's growing with De Gaulle. In short, it there is a way to reconcile saved to pay really competentand
and it will be the share the dollar burden of
Number One, govern- SOME drift of the central fact essential people twice
population, and thus provide a OF THIS has ignored sanity with solvency.This .
ballot in the city election. It has been ment with transient members of the piece of news to confound talent was inevitable and some that there are too many dron- what they could command
is to for
obscured, of course, by the fiery community.We those who think that violenceis brains at the top pay, and more lop off anywhere else.
clashes between candidates for the confined to the new Afri- PAYROLL for the
Interlandi more at the bottom. THE people -
Gainesville City Commission.But would object strenuously if can and Asian states, to Viet BELOW OLYMPUS By This would improve the gov- who really know enoughto

Resolution Number One, which is Nam, and to Cyprus.It ernment at both ends, prob- tell the great men what to

Resolution Number One is important offered us tomorrow, weakened city- is possible, even, to find ably without the expenditureof do is really not very much.
'a sort of common denominator. much more money, and it Though the total payroll in-
But Resolution Number
owned power. has the added for amounted
The Welsh nationalistswant advantage of crease everybody
One is innocent. Its safeguards in- a free state and home fitting neatly into the John to $545 million a year the

It authorizes the city to connect its clude: rule something the Irish sonian ideal of an administration proposed pay rise for the real-

electrical system with power lines arduously and agonizingly at- that is a generous tight- ly critical executive payroll-

I 7"owned by others. It enables the city, (1) Prohibition against disposal of tained years ago. The nation- 1 wad.It. from assistant secretaries up
r can be argued, of course, through bureau heads and the
: alists of Wales complain of
in emergencies to augment facilities without
power city power majority -
their jobless, and of the lack 1q though Senator Byrd would cabinet amounted to only
supply so the community will not be approval of voters. of good roads, industrial development not agree, that comparatively $4.2 million. And this much

blacked out. adequate rail trans- the federal payroll is not in- could probably be saved by

(2) Prohibition against any public post to take care of agricultural flated. In the last 10 years lopping off half the chauffeursand

n Such a blackout is possible. One utility spanning city streets without markets, and of general while the population of the making some of the big-
neglect by London. country has gone up 17 per shots ride to the office on the
I occurred last fall when constructioncrews majority approval of the voters. I cent, and non-government employment

accidentally cut the natural THE WELSH were the only has gone up over 10 bus.This is not a totally frivolous

gas pipeline which fueled Gaines- (3) Unlimited freedom for the City British tribe not conqueredby .. -. per cent, the state and municipal suggestion. No gov-
ville's electrical generators. Most Commission to operate and expand the Romans or the Eng employes have increased ernment is any better than

I areas of the city were blacked out for power facilities. lish. -They are more Calvinist by 6.5 per cent and its top policy advisers, and

::;: four hours. than the Scots, and even more the federal civil employeshave no administration needs them
brooding and stubborn than --' Iri w let gone up only 6 per cent. more than this one. It is bril-
(4) The necessity of a four-fifths the Irish who have had better Thus, with the help of automation liant at getting things throughthe

41 Resolution Number One will vote of City Commission to supplement public relations and more emigrants for processing chequesand Congress probably

thwart another blackout. city power from outside to the United States. bonds and income taxes, much better at it than the

sources. The nationalist movement among other things, there are Kennedy administrationbutit
.\ 13 federal for is not clear about whatit
= Gainesville has owned could become a major nuisance now employes so
The of
as it will if economic every thousand Americans wants to get through, and
=. its power plant longer than most men (5) A limitation of five years on conditions do not improve.The 78 biaDim"*"- r KiS1ie a whereas there were 14 a dec this is the job of many of the
= can remember. Not everyone liked it the duration of an agreement to supplement ade ago. men who are now quietly negotiating -

= that way. For twenty turbulent city from outside real contribution of the their way into higher -
Welsh demolitions is that they "See the advantage in taking an early vacationwedon't NEVERTHELESS, there is paying jobs in foundations,
= years, spanning the era from the sources. I teach us a certain humility. have to look at other people's litter!I" scarcely an observer in or universities, research centers,

1920s through the 1940s, Gaines- There are discontent and irrational out of the government here magazines and industries next

:: ville's propertied aristocracy objected Resolution Number One, when activated nationalisms at workin who would not argue that the autumn.

to city-owned power. They held by the City Commission, can many parts of the earth.

stock in private power and resented be likened to an insurance policy. The one degree basic or motivation another, derived is, in DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS j

public power in their own backyard.The Standby power will be available when from economic lacks. Theseare

struggle ceased in the 1940s needed. It is the city's hedge against taken up by politicians,
I when the aristocracy was convinced disaster. by political parties and, where- To Save Cyprus Could Turks Move? j

city power could be the vehicle for ever possible, by the disciplined ,
f equalizing the tax load. It distributed We do not the insurance to groups.
expect ,
land because the
By WALTER LIPPMANN 17 per cent are Turks. Few government nues of Cyprus; Turkey
..::.. the cost of government upon all, whether be free. The amount of the premium, Africa's new nations are The United Nations has of them have any sense of of Cyprus does not do it. would gain an island in sightof

::_ property holder or not. we do not know. But we presume the plagued by tribalism. Yet, been asked to take on a their Cypriote nationality. the Turkish mainland.In .
city fathers will drive a hard bargainin there is another form of this thankless and difficult task The crucial problem is whethin POLICING THE Island to view of the conditionof
illness in the issues posed by and almost cerer they can live together pacify and to stop the kill- inflamed nationalism
Probably because of this lengthy exchange for standby electricity.So Cyprus,
Malaysian where
a. tainly it will be best to reagain, as they have for many ing is, of course the first which now prevails in both
and of zeal the
struggle, an excess government is strongly anti-
I the prohundreds of years in the condition. But we have to Greece and Turkey, such exchanges -
1 City Charter was drawn to absolutely the Gainesville Sun supports Chinese. The Chinese, in turn, gard viding not enterprise a solution as to the Past: and if so, on what look beyond that, and the do not look very feat

prohibit exchange of power. Resolution Number One, seeing it as homeland are divided by loyalties to the conflict, but a sedative and terms. question we must consider is sible.
now held by Mao
a life preserver which rests forlornlyin stopgap. The United Nations has no what might be a workable
and to the symbol of a Chin
The Gainesville Sun is an ardent the aft of the boat, useless and ese government established on The prevailing fact in Cypsolution for this problem, and solution.We WHAT ELSE; IS worth
supporter of city-owned power pro ignored. Taiwan. rus is that 83 per cent of the what it is really being called must assume, I should thinking about? Of all the
duction. We people are Greeks, and only on to do is to police the is- think, that whatever one may ideas which I have heard,
operate on a simple the one that seems to me
think of Archbishop Makarios -
premise if a private firm can pro- Until needed. THE PROBLEM everywhereIs most plausible is that there
events have proved the
to find jobs for the uneducated be
MemoFrom of his claim that might a migration of
unskilled who
persons Washington some considerable part of
the constitution which
have come and who keep the Turkish
coming to the cities. Theygo worked out in 1959 has prow the island onto minority the from
I Voice of the to the urban centers be- the Cowles Washington Bureau ed to be unworkable. The mainland. Turkish

People cause they do not have land Fredrick Md. last week a veto power of the 17 per
themselves or, having it, do SWOON-MAKING: In nearby cent Turkish minority is sure- What will be indispensable ,
not know how to work it. Also, lady motorist ran over a cat and killed it. Being neat, she ly excessive.On is that the Turkish govern

5On The Sun's the small plots sometimes will stopped, put the cat in a paper shopping bag, and went lookingfor the other hand, we must ment and people should welcome -
Opinion PageOpinions = not support additional persons. a trash can. She put the bag down while looking for a coin also suppose that it will be their returning kins-

One reason Nkrumah's totali- and turned in time to see a shop- very dU"fL *t indeed to separate men. Is that inconceivable?
for the meter just
and continents of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the PeopU column Utters parking The Turks, too, indeed the
mutt ba signed and bear the writer' address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter should tarian form of government is lifter make off with it. She theorized that the thief, also a the Greek and the
not exceed 500 words and must ba written on only ana side of the piper Poetry cannot ba used. The accepted by enough personsto had the fur in the bag, Fascinated, she followedthe Turkish people into a kind of Turks most of all, have a
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten. without changing the writer's meaning or sustain it is that he has woman, seen the cantonal confederation of the vital interest In not being at
thief about a block, saw her step into an alley, open
intent. war with Greece, and
gone in heavily for public Swiss modeL The greatest ob- they
and faint dead on the sidewalk.
'Let It Not Be erroneous assumptions which pairs essential to meet mini works. He recruits the children bag spang away. stacle to such a solution, have a vital interest in preserving -
and the into which requires so high a degree the NATO alliance.
lead to erroneous conclusions. mum standards for health and unemployed HEAR THEM BELLS: The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin,
"pioneer and of political maturity, is They must that Cypruscan
SubStandard'EDITOR In the first she in gives about criminal matters reports on a
place, somesafety housing; and this a mine of information never be a part of Tur-
them work to be done in the that it is likely to come to
how assumed the fraudulent action could be taken only name of patriotism. He and problem investigators had in getting evidence against a palaceof grief owning to the contrary key and that Cyprus is in
Sun: We would methods of the unscrupulous small town in the Midwest. The house which
after an owner failed joy near a fact predominantly Greek
or refused his propagandists have learn- pull of Greece on the Greek a
like to discuss one letter, re- home repair racketeers would to have the required recently ed the value of slogans that was not a home was at the end of a gravel road, half a mile Cypriotes and of Turkey on island.If .
be followed by the city. This The had buried an air hose,
published in the Sun, pairs made. from the highway. proprietor the Turkish
to need.
concerning th City's proposassumption confuses (unintentionally a Slogans are similar to those used to signal filling station attendants, observers have Prime Minister Inonu
ed minimum standards houSe we trust) two entirely This confused! assumption ineffective unless they provide across the highway. Every time a car crossed the hose, it ranga to Many believe that the trouble come were to take the initiative In
ing code and laden with logical unrelated situations. Under is further inflamed by the assumption an emotional attack on warning bell in the house. seeking a solution, he would
some long-held grievance.Too requires surgery
fallacies and factual mis one situation high pressure that homes would lose nothing that is really
interpretations. operators sold gullible homebe invaded and homeowners many of the new coun- SHIPS OF STATE: Thane Kuhlman, the assistant chief of that the only hope of achieving vital and substantial to Tur-

owners "improvements" would arbitrarily be told what tries have corruption and too protocol at the State Department, got a really salty problemlast peace is by way of an key. On the contrary, he
The letter, signed :"An Eldnot necessarily necessities _' they had to do. This assump many of their officials are week. A group in New York is planning a sail-by July 14, exchange of of populations, or would augment greatly the
and territories
erly Lady," implied m the o 1and tion witless enough to live openly populations security and the international
? obtained fraudulent or completely ignores the a sort of parade of sailing ships from 30 countries. Kuhlman'sjob
ening paragraph that the wri excessive mortgages for their code's meticulous provisions in extravagant luxury. Democracy is to decide which goes first, and who gets what kind of a and, involving Greece. Cyprus, Turkey prestige of his country.
ter had read the proposed for advance notice of cannot really thrive in
services. inspect salute. The ships are commanded by officers of widely varying
code: but subsequent state- ion, written notice of defects, a climate of illiteracy and a rank, some are historic vessels, others converted merchant ONE SUCH proposal is !f
indicated clearly she Under the other situationqualified complete lack of any traditionof that Istanbul's 80,000 Greek
rights of
appeal possibilities ships, and all belong to governments with a keen sense of their
either had not read it or had officials, whose actions of variances. political philosophy in the change places with Cyprus'
completely misunderstood it. are subject to appeal and culture. A multitude of* languages own importance. 103,000 Turks. But the waysof Archbishop'sOutTalked
If, as the writer stated her .
Her heart-rending plea to proreView, could (but not necessarily and old, often bloody, THE NEW FREEDOM: Residents of the District of Columbia life of these two popula-
feet the elderly rested on two would) have made reSee VOICE on Page 5) ethnic or tribal rivalries com- are just now registering to vote for the first time in mod- tions are so different that
Each exchange would probablybe
plicate things. countryin an
ern history. It is a little strange to us and some of us are not ,
Africa has different disruptive to the people
a pro- at it the who walked in to the *
POTOMAC FEVERBy very expert Including
all the involved and costly to the
blem yet, are same. gov- (e) New York 1'ImN I
hall last "Do want to
precinct registration Saturday. you register ernments responsible for their ANKARA, Turkey-Therei
as a Republican or a Democrat?" the clerk asked. "1don't l
THAT OF THE Congo is welfare. cent emergency meeting at NII
Fletcher Knebel
Cowles Washington Bureau "
know said the free citizen of the capital of the
rightly ,
greatest because it is the Arnold Toynbee who knows cosia, Cyprus between Arch-
Henry Cabot Lodge, our ambassador in Viet Nam, sweeps the New Hampshire largest 'nation, and its com- greatest democracy in history. "What do most people do? the Middle East well, has bishop Makarios, president of

primary, confirming the suspicion that'the people always prefer the Repub- plexities are, therefore, multi- suggested the possibility of Cyprus, and George W. Ball,
lican candidate who is farthest away. plied. The government is at- PRESSURE: One reason why congressmen weren't as terrified moving Greeks from Thrace U.S. Undersecretary of State,
-- tempting to subdue a guerrilla as you might have expected at threats of voter reaction into Cyprus and moving Turks had stormy moments. The
President Johnson suggests a panel on automation. He wants to find out revolution in the vast Kwilu against the bill to raise their own pay $10,000 a year: Rep. from Cyprus into Thrace. But Archbishop held to his posi-

whatever happened to that nice machine the Democrats used to have in New province without using the Leo O'Brien (D., N. Y.) said newspapers in his district car- the difference between the cli- tion that the only way out for ..
ried editorials.storming against the raise and as a re-
York. U.N. troops. These men are pay mates of Cyprus and Thrace Cyprus was the resolutionthe I
-- supposed to be removed in sult be got one postcard on the subject,. "from a lady who always presents an obstacle to this United Nations Security

Moral of the New Hampshire Republican primary: All that glitters is not June, and if they are, then writes postcards." solution. Council At one time, the discussion I

Goldwater. only the good Father in Hea- Another Idea has been to developed into a legal
-- ven knows what will happen.The I exchange the Greeks of the argument in which the Greek
Crowbar: The place where old_ crows tell their troubles to the bartender. general idea is that it will Greek island of Lesbos, or of Orthodox prelate felt himself
J -- not be good. The Kwilu rebell- 4JtL&4'J R.'hr. Rhodes with the Turks of on the outside.On .
The astronauts are studying geology, confirming the suspicion that anybody ion, in which the guerrillasare Cyprus and give the island to his side of the table,
who goes to the moon must have rocks in his head. using bows, poisoned Turkey. Cypriote nationality he was surrounded and out-

arrows, spears and machetes, a4k tJir .td&Ae would then be extinguished; talked by his state minister t
Harold Stassen boasts a triumphant first in the New Hampshire Republican is almost certainly helped
primary. It's the first time he ever got beat in a snowstorm. along with Russian money ,Greece would gain the reve- happened to be lawyers.

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I Gainesville SunMonday, March 16, 1964 .

for the position of State Treasurer and Mother Susie Johnson, sup.

I CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS This meeting will be heldin ervisor.

Tallahassee.On I The official staff for the men

jaiuezutIkiFlorida's SUtt ..- B. F. Child Colored News Editor -r Friday, March 12, the Student -are: Elder W. H. Days, secre-

Council sponsored "Quiet tary; V. M. Daniels, corre-

I PERSONALS \| siding. Two playlets were pre- Day. The student body was sponding secretary; Elder 0.
THE Mr. and Mrs. McMurray, dSt sented; they were: "Dr. Charm '
very cooperative. A fee of one Smith, treasurer; and BishopH.
Petersburg were visiting in Holds A Clinic" in which Catherine !
JOHN L KAK&UON. fntUtmt UFvbBshcn Gainesville on Saturday. ,f fI James acted as Dr. cent was charged each time a Williams, bishop.

rI PAT COWLES. TIe. Fro-.. SOUTH Mrs. Mary H. Smith returned, Charm, Annie Mae King her !student was caught talking, ex
.... tM4
ED jomrsox. ytce maa I CLUB SLATES MEET
and Jo Ellen Scott cept in class while talking to
ExwBttre X41Uri W. C. (BID) here yesterday from Washington secretary, ,
Beautiful r KBEKSOLX. Tic miUtit nil .*- I D.,C., where she wa \called Lottie Taylor. Evelyn Wilson, the instructor. The Poverty Fund Club will

'University City Ttrtlitaf DtrwUri BOB TABTAGUOXX. By RALPH McGILL because of business. \ and Marie Jones were her pa- I Six weeks examinations meet at the Mt. Olive Primi-
I rutl.ae Ctre.lau were
Tie ? aN FmllUer Prb. ffiaaia PrtlteherOf Mr. and Mrs. Robert M Edwards tients. tive Baptist Church today at 8
.. xa.esu.t the AtUBU, (Ck.) CutttvU administered on Monday,
.lfIl and son, Jim, all cf Do- The other playlet was entitled March 2. Honor Roll students pjn.
: than, Ala., arrived here yrster--"Home Economics, Radio will
# names appear in next
I THE SUN'S POLICY day as guests of Mrs. Edwards' Broadcast." Between the two 'week's NOTICE
The WelshGet write-up. Students re-
relatives for two weeks. playlets a dance routine was Prince Han Lodge No. 1 will
'i 1 ." 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. ceived their cards on Thursday,
I 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only to-editorials Mrs. Helen P. Jacksoa\\ and given by Mary Mobley, Cothen March 11. meet at the Bell's Nursery f

3. Publish all sides of important controversial 1 issues. son, Joe, of Miami, were guests Jones Barbara Ann Jones and School, on NW 7th Terrace, on '
here yesterday. \ Abe Andres. The program was The A. L. Mebane School student Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. M.
It: The Sun's telephones: All Deportments.-372-8441 Into William Brown, of Tampa, enjoyed by everyone.On body would like to compliment Green, W. M.; James Osborn,

Wont Ads-376-4672 passed through Gainesville''yesterday Thursday March 11, the the manager of the lunch- finance secretary Robert L.

Edward N. H. A. elected officers for the and the cooks Smith
en route to visit at room for the fine recording secretary.

Waters College at Jack 64-65 school term, they are: meals they are serving. It seemsas !,
I The ActWelsh sonville. j\- president, Eleanor Owens, vice if they get better and better ANNIVERSARYThe

For the Life Preserver Miss Mattie M. Jones, or Ocala -president, Estella Walton; secretary everyday.The choral group of Pall-

passed through the city ;yjps- Joyce Roberts; assistant bearers' Lodge No. 113 will observe -

We are being offered a life pre duce power and make a profit, so can nationalists have terday en. .route to Ta11ahas.1 e. secretary Sharon Jordan; Mebane Hornets' base- its anniversary at the
ball team will
I. play a home gam' Church
Burdine Jordan and Mt. Moriah Baptist
tomorrow. the City of Gainesville. Not only is blown some of the dam Lake
server up City.
HORNET'S BUZZ Cecelia Lawton, and parliamen- with Rev. T. A. Tillman, pas- I
production a historic missionof installations at the site where
power By Marie Jones tarian, Eyvonne Andrews. Delegates tor, today at 8 p.m.
.-. It bears the label of "Resolution municipalities, but it is one meansto water is to be impounded for On Friday, March 6, the JW. for the 63-64 State Meetingare NEWBERRY NEWS

.Number One," and it will be on the share the dollar; burden,of govern- distant Liverpool's growing H. A. sponsored the assembly Annette Hill and Sharon MEETING PLANNEDThe SPECIAL NOTICE

:ballot in the city election. It has been ment with transient members of the population of and thus to provide confound a program, Cecelia Lawton pn-! Jordan. Eleanor Owens will run Parent Teacher Association The Poverty Fund Club will I
piece news of Newberry Elemen-
meet at the Mt. PrimiI I
obscured, of course, by the fiery community.We those who think that violenceis tary School will meet at the< tive Baptist Church today at 8

clashes between candidates for the confined to the new Afri- school on Tuesday, March 17, pjn. The book is now openedfor

'Gainesville City Commission. would object strenuously if can and Asian states, to VietNam BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi at 8The pm. new members. Mrs. F. D.

Resolution Number One, which is and to Cyprus.It parents, patrons and Shannon, reporter.

: But Resolution Number One is im offered us tomorrow, weakened city- is possible, even, to finda ilk friends of education are askedto

: portant. owned power. But Resolution Number sort of common denominator. be present. tuarit5
The Welsh nationalistswant
J One is innocent. Its safeguards in-
a free state and home There will be a mass meeting .
It authorizes the city to connect its clude:
rule something the Irish at the Bart ley Temple ED HINES
t =electrical system with power lines arduously and agonizingly attained Methodist Church today at 8
Final rites for Ed Hines, of
=owned by others. It enables the city, (1) Prohibition against disposal of years ago. The nation-
p.m.The 1354 SE 1st Terr., who died
=in emergencies, to augment its power city power facilities without major- alists of Wales complain of principal speaker will be March 10 at Alachua General
their and of the lack
jobless, Rev. Frank Pinkston a leaderin
the community will not be .ity approval of voters.
Tsupply so Hospital following a sudden ill-
of good roads, industrial dev- the Civil Right Movement,
_blacked out. elopment; adequate rail trans- at Ocala. ness were conducted today at

(2) Prohibition against any public post to take care of agricultural Come out and support the 2:30 p.m. from the Greater

I : Such a blackout is possible. One utility spanning city streets without markets, and of general foundation for your freedom. Bethel A.M.E. Church with the
neglect by London. Everyone in Gainesville and Rev. W. S. Wright officiating.
occurred last fall when constructioncrews majority approval of the voters.
cut the natural I nearby cities are urged to be Interment followed in the Pine
accidentally THE WELSH were the only 4 7py( present. Grove Cemetery.
-. gas pipeline which fueled Gaines- (3) Unlimited freedom for the City British tribe not conqueredby I (

I I ville's electrical generators. Most Commission to operate and expand the Romans or the Eng Iyw I STATE CONVENTION MATT JOE WILLIAMS

I'I .- areas of the city were blacked out for power facilities. lish. They are more Calvinist The State Convention beginsat
r Joe
for Matt
Final rites rites
: four hours. than the Scots, and even more the Church of God in Christon
brooding and stubborn than al y M Williams of High Springs, who
NW 7th Ave.
today at 8
(4) The necessity of fourfifthsvote
a died March 12 at High Springs
1 the Irish who have had better p.m. and lasts to March 22
,I 1I I Resolution Number One will of City Commission ,to supple- public relations and more emi- with the pastor, Bishop H. Wile following a sudden illness, will

thwart another blackout. ment city power from outside grants to the United States. liams, as host. be conducted Tuesday at 2p.m.
sources. The nationalist movement from the Mt. Carmel M.

The City of Gainesville has owned could become a major nuisance The first two days will be- E. Church. Interment will follow -
as it will if economic Rb gin with fasting and praying in the Pine Hill Cemetery.Mr. .
its power plant longer than most men (5)) A limitation of five years on conditions do not improve.The +Oimntaeset55veeb until 3 p.m. that the Lord will Williams body will lie in

t Z can remember. Not everyone liked it the duration of an agreement to sup \ bless us in our convention.The state at the Mt. Carmel M. E.

Z. that way. For twenty turbulent plement city power from outside real contribution of the official staff for women Church from 10 am. Tuesday
Welsh demolitions is that they "See the advantage in taking an early vacation-wedon't are as follows: Sister Eddie H.
years, spanning the era from the sources. until funeral time.
teach us a certain humility. have to look at other peop4e's litter! Davis, secretary; Mother Eliz-

t : 1920s through the 1940s, Gaines- There are discontent and irrational r abeth Lamons, treasurer; Mother Hughes & Chestnut Funeral

ville's propertied aristocracy objected -, Resolution Number One, when activated nationalisms at workin Emma Anderson chairman; Home in charge.

to city-owned power. They held by the City Commission, can many parts of the earth.

stock in private power and resented be likened to an insurance policy. The basic motivation is, in DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUlINISTSTo
one degree or another, derived
\ public power in their own backyard. Standby power will be available when from economic lacks. These

The struggle ceased in the 1940s needed. It is the city's hedge against are taken up by politicians,

when the aristocracy was convinced disaster.We by political parties and, where- Save Cyprus Could Turks Move?

city power could be the vehicle for ever possible, by the disci- ,

equalizing the tax load. It distributed do not expect the insurance to plined Communist groups.
By WALTER UPPMANN 17 peer cent are Turks. Few land because the governmentof nues of Cyprus; Turkey
: _the cost of government upon all, whe- be free. The amount of the premium Africa's new nations are The United Nations has of tb,un. have any sense of Cyprus does not do it. would gain an Island in sight :I

t ther property holder or not. we do not know. But we presume the plagued by tribalism. Yet, their Cypriote nationality.The of the Turkish mainland.
been asked to take on a
t city fathers will drive a hard bargainin there is another form of this Crucial problem is whether POLICING THE island to In view of the conditionof
thankless and difficult task ,
Probably because of this lengthy exchange for standby electricity.So illness in the issues posed by in Cyprus, and almost certainly they can live together pacify and to stop the kill inflamed nationalism
Malaysian where
a again, as they have for many ing is, of course, the first which now prevails in both
and of zeal the it will be best to regard -
struggle, in an excess government is strongly anti-
hundreds of years in the condition. But we have to Greece and Turkey, such exchanges !
c City Charter was drawn to absolutely the Gainesville Sun supports Chinese. The Chinese, in turn, the enterprise as pro past; and if so, on what look beyond that, and the do not look very fea
not solution to the
viding a
prohibit exchange of power. Resolution Number One, seeing it as are divided by loyalties to the and terms. question we must consider is sible.
conflict but sedative
; homeland a
now held by Mao
a life preserver which rests forlornlyin The United Nations has no what might be a workable
and to the symbol of a Chin stopgap.The
The Gainesville Sun is an ardent the aft' of the boat, useless and ese government established prevailing fact in Cyprus solution for this problem and solution.We WHAT ELSE IS worth
on of the what 11: is really being calledon must should thinking about? Of all the
supporter of city-owned power pro ignored. Taiwan. is that 83 per cent assume, .1
to is to police the is- think that whatever ideas which I have heard,
people are Greeks, and only iD one may
duction. We
operate on a simple the one that seems to me
think of Makar-
premise if a private firm can pro- Until needed. THE PROBLEM everywhereis most plausible is that there
ios, events have proved the
to find jobs for the uneducated -
I MemoFrom validity of his claim that might be a migration of
unskilled persons who Washington I considerable
some part of
have the constitution which was
come and who keep the Turkish
minority from
coming to the cities. worked out in 1959 has prov-
: Voice of the to the-urban centers Theygo because the Cowles Washington Bureau ed to be unworkable. The mainland.the island onto the Turkish

People they do not have land i veto power of the 17 per .
themselves or, having it, do SWOON-MAKING: In nearby Fredriclr Md., last a cent Turkish minority is sure- What will be indispensableIs

not know how to work it. Also, lady motorist ran over a cat and killed) Jt Being neat, she ly excessive.On that the Turkish govern-

On The Sun's the small plots sometimes will stopped, put the cat in a paper shopping brig, and went looking the other hand, we must ment and people should wel-

=== Opinion Page=== not support additional persons. for a trash can. She put the bag down while looking for a coin also suppose that it will be come their returning kins-

Opinions one* comments of Sun readers ., welcome I. the Voice of the People cel..... Letters One reason Nkrumah's totali- for the parking meter, and turned just in time to see a shop- very difficult indeed to separate men.The Is Turks that inconceivable?
mutt be signed and bear the writer'* address. Nemos will be withheld if requested. A letter should tarian form of government is lifter make off with it. She theorized that the thief, also a the Greek and the too, indeed the
not exceed 500 words and must be written en only one side of the paper. Poetry COft"ot" eed. The accepted by enough persons Fascinated she followedthe Turkish people Into a kind of Turks most of all, have a
Sun reserves the right! to reject any letter or to shorten it, without chenglnf the writer's ......11tI orIntent. to sustain it is that he has woman, had seen the fur in the bag, cantonal confederation of the vital interest in not being at
thief about block saw her step into :ui alley, open the
J war with Greece and
gone in heavily for public Swiss model. The greatest obstacle they
'Let It Not Be erroneous assumptions which pairs essential to meet minimum works. He recruits the -children bag and faint dead spang away. on the dewalk._ to such a solution have a vital interest In pre-

) and the unemployed into which requires so high a degree serving the NATO alliance.
to erroneous conclusions.In standards for health and THEM BELLS The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin,
j HEAR : They must know that
"pioneer groups" and gives of political maturity, is Cyprus !
SubStandard'EDITOR the first place, she some- safety In housing; and this a mine of information about criminal matt xs, reports on a "
them work can never be of Tur-
to be done in the that it is likely to come to a part
how assumed the fraudulent action could be taken only name of patriotism. He and problem investigators had in getting evidences against a palaceof grief owning to the contrary key and that Cyprus is in .f
Sun: We would methods of the unscrupuloushome after an owner failed or re- his joy near a small town in the Midwest. The house which fact predominantly Greek
propagandists have learn- pull of Greece on the Greek a
4 like to discuss one letter, recently repair racketeers wouldbe fused to have the required repairs ed the value of slogans that was not a home was at the end of a gravel !road, half a mile Cypriotes and of Turkey on island.If .
f published in the Sun, followed by the city. This made. to from the highway. The proprietor bad buried an air hose,
apply a need. the Turkish
Slogans Cypriotes.
r, are
assumption confuses (unintentionally station attendants Prime Minister Inonu
concerning th City's proposed ineffective similar to those used to signal filling ,
t observers have
e minimum standards hous- we trust) two entirely This confused assumptionIs they provide across the highway. Every time a car crossed the hose, it ranga Many come were to take the initiative in
an emotional attack to believe that the trouble
ing code, and laden with logical unrelated situations. Underone further inflamed by the assumption on warning bell in the house. seeking a solution, he would
some long-held grievance.Too requires drastic and
that homes wouldbe surgery
fallacies and factual mis- situation high pressure lose nothing that Is really
interpretations. operators sold gullible home- invaded and homeowners many of the new coun- SHIPS OF STATE: Thane Kuhlman, the assistant chief of that the only hope of achieve vital and substantial to Tur.
would be told what tries have corruption and too ing peace Is by way of an
owners "improvements"not arbitrarily key. On the he
salty problemlast contrary
protocol at the State Department, got a really ,
The letter signed "An Eld- they had to do. This many of their officials are exchange of populations, or would
necessarily week. A group in New York is planning a sail-by July 14, augment greatly the
erly Lady; implied in the op and obtained fraudulent or completely Ignores thecode's witless enough to live openly a sort of parade of sailing ships from 30 countries. KuMman's' populations and territories security and the international
ening paragraph that the writer excessive for their meticulous provisionsfor in extravagant luxury. Democracy kind Involving Cyprus, Turkey prestige of his
mortgages job is to decide which goes first and who gets what of a country.
I had read the proposedcode services. advance notice of Inspection cannot really thrive in and Greece.
commanded officers of? widely
salute. The ships are by vary-
; but subsequent state- written notice of defects, a climate of illiteracy and a ONE SUCH proposal is
converted merchant
historic vessels others ;
ing rank, some are .
she Under the other situation complete lack of traditionof that Istanbul's
ments indicated clearly rights of appeal and possibilities any 80,000 Greek
of their
with keen
and all belong to governments a sense
either had not read it or had qualified officials, whose act of variances.If political philosophy in the change places with Cyprus'

completely misunderstood it. ions are subject to appeal and as the writer stated, her culture. A multitude of lan- own importance. 103,000 Turks. But the waysof Archbishop'sOutTalked
Her heart-rending plea to protest review, could (but not neces- guages and old, often bloody, Distri life of these two popula-
t THE NEW FREEDOM Residents of the ct of Colum-
the elderly rested on two sarily would) have made re- (See VOICE on Page 5)) ethnic or tribal rivalries com- : time' tions are so different that
bia are just now registering to vote for the first in mod-
plicate things. Each country an exchange would probablybe
t, in Africa has different ern history. It is a little strange to us and some cf! us are not
I a problem disruptive to the people
POTOMAC FEVER at it. Including the lady who walkecl in to the
4 i yet,.all are the same. very involved and costly to the gov- C e> New York Tim**
hall last ant to
precinct registration Saturday.UDo you y register ernments responsible for their ANKARA, Turkey-The
I t as a Republican a Democrat?" the cleric, asked. "Idon't
By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau Congo is welfare. emergency meeting at Ni-
said the free citizen of the of the
greatest because it is the rightly know capital Arnold Toynbee, who knows cosia, Cyprus, between Arch-
Henry Cabot Lodge, our ambassador in Viet Nam, sweeps the New Hampshire largest nation, and its com- greatest democracy in history. "What do most peopkfc( do?" the Middle East well, has bishop Makarios president of

I primary, confirming suspicion that the people always prefer the Repub- plexities are, therefore, multi- V suggested the possibility of Cyprus, and George W. Ball,
,lican candidate who is farthest away. plied. The government is at- PRESSURE: One reason why congressmen weren't as ter- moving Greeks from Thrace U.S. Undersecretary of State

-- tempting to subdue a guerrilla rified as you might have expected at threats of voter reaction into Cyprus and moving Turks had stormy moments. The

I l President Johnson suggests a panel on automation. He wants to find out revolution in the vast Kwilu against the bill to raise their own pay $10,000 a yt or: Rep. from Cyprus into Thrace. But Archbishop held to his position )

''I whatever happened to that nice machine the Democrats used to have in New province without using the Leo O'Brien (D., N. Y.) said newspapers in his district= car- the difference between the cli- that the only way out for

York. U.N. troops. These men are ried editorials storming against the pay raise and t as a re- mates of Cyprus and Thrace Cyprus was the resolutionthe
'i supposed to be removed in sult he got one postcard on the subject, "from a lady\ who al- presents an obstacle to this United Nations Security

\_; ,:Moral of the New Hampshire Republican primary All that glitters is not June, and if they are, then ways writes postcards.** __ solution Council. At one time, the discussion

I Goldwater. only the good Father in Hea- Another idea has,been to developed into a legal

ven knows what will happen.The exchange the Greeks of the argument in which the Greek
J' Crowbar: The place,where old crows tell their troubles to the bartender. general idea is that it will Greek island of Lesbos, or of Orthodox prelate felt himselfon

cot be good. The Kwilu rebellion F'M. R. Rhodes, with the Turks of the outside.On .
I The astronauts are studying geology confirming the suspicion that anybodywho in which the guerrillasare I 'ht ( Cyprus and give the island to his side of the table

goes to the moon must have rocks in his head. using bows, poisoned JCl4kc Turkey. Cypriote nationality he was surrounded and out-

arrows spears and machetes, i I would then be extinguished; talked by his state minister
I Harold Stassen boasts a triumphant first in the New Hampshire Republican is almost certainly helped "Enosls" would be achieved; and deputies, all of whom

_primary. It's the first time he ever got beat in a snowstorm. along with Russian money. i\\ Greece would gain the reve happened to be lawyers.iT. .


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: 13th St., and Mae Denson Wil*.

} "h aq I Ii hams, Route 4, Box 18, in the
: I SEE by 300 block of NW 13th Street at
I II 1:30 a.HL yesterday.John .

L I III Norman Jenkins, 1918
a the SUN NW 2nd St, and James Key
,f:I J i
in O'Connor, Room 486, MOl
( ) II phy Hall, at NW 13th Street
I ALACHUA GENERAL latka, and Edward Galloway,
I'I : f.i
and 23rd Boulevard at 8:40
' i HOSPITAL 1025 NW 7th Ave., about one
BIRTHS !mile west of Hawthorne on S.R.p.m. Saturday.
: Mr. and :Mrs. Charles P.20 at 3:15 pjn. Saturday. DWI ChargesMae
Brown, 641 NW 34th Terr.,
f J 1 city, a boy; Mr. and :Mrs. Sue Hirschfeld Hess, 307 NW Denson Williams, 33,
& Lewis M. Peacock, 3620 SW 19th St., and Robert Warren Route 4, Box 18, was arrestedby
1 i x. Archer Rd., city, a boy.ADMITTED Hatten, P a I atka, about two city police at 2 ajn. yes-
t- miles west of Gainesville on and
L terday charged with driv
\: Mrs. Sally B. Peacock, Mrs. S. R. 24 at 2:25 p.m. Satur- ing while intoxicated and leav-
t'. I \ a.. ,Willie B. Vaughn, Arthur B. day. ing the scene of an accident In
_Mangham, Mrs. Rosemary T. Coral C. Titus, Hawthorne, the 300 block of NW 13th
Bris- struck a bull about seven miles Street.
Mrs. W.
Gouge, Ruby
I D. Newbern east of Gainesville on S.R. 26
towe, Copeland ,
tR about 7:35 p.m. Saturday. John Howard Henderson, 25,
William L. Jenkins, Mary G.
Torry Calvin Nimmons, 1115 2370 E. University Ave., was
Schultz, all of Gainesville; OlanP.
\ Stann, Oveida; Mrs. MaryF. NE 25th St., and Marie Phil- arrested by city police at 9
Bass, Trenton Mrs. Doro- lips Taylor, 1521 SE 12th Ave., p.m. Saturday in the 1800
; at 8th Avenue and 21st Streetat block of NE 8th Avenue and
thy B. Copeland, Jacksonville;
charged with driving while in-
Harold B. Hod gkins, Cedar p.m. yesterday.
Key; Timothy Hayes, Alachua. William Berrien Martin, 910 toxicated.
DISCHARGESMrs. NW 36th Ave., Thomas J. Han-
; Alma S. Souders, JohnM. sen, 1140 NW 55th St., and
Wagner, Mrs. Virginia P. Gary Edwin Tichburg, 2219 NW SAVE BY 20th
12th St., at W.
Plemmons and son, Susan R. University OF MONTH
Avenue and 8th Street
at 6
Sims, Deborah S. Elleman,
Mrs. Minnie M. Salmi and pjn. yesterday. EARN HIGH RATE
; of Beta Theta Pi fra- daughter, Carolyn F. Sayers, I Charles Edward Roland, 'FROM THE 1st
Mrs. Rose L. San Martin and :Newberry, and John Franklin
Court are (from left) OF MONTH
Irene Curry. son, Sara G. Blum, Lena W. !Bennett, 1014 NE 3rd St., at
Ashley, :Mrs. Charlotte H. the Old Newberry Road and
I Jones. W. University Avenue at 7:33
I j pjn. yesterday.
People ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Stafford Sapp Jr., 1530 NE
[ Involved In accidents reported 5th Place, and John Williams,
I I I ... to Gainesville Police and 1611 NE 6th Ave., at NE 5th
: ( ) self on that point. We are convinced the sheriff's office during the Avenue and 16th Terrace at 6
that Miami's Bishop last 48 hours: p.m. yesterday.
i Carroll, as well as Miami's Robert Franklin Palmer, Pa- Byron M. Reber Jr., 300 NW
' [ be :Mayor, Robert King High, -
in- could supply the proper infor Our Gracious Host

Fourth, referring to Com-
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urge you, candidate, to worry PARMEGAN 58
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( 6 Gainesville Sun Monday, March 16, 1964

I In the Court of the County Judge NOTICE OP SALB
\\ .w York Time* In Probate.In I You are hereby notified that the following -
re: Estate of motor vehicle: 1961 Ford Falcon
MARKET y MAY A. MOORE Deceased.To Ser. No. 1A1SU7816 will be sold at public .
.it BUSINESS _ I _-_ U Bridgec II All Creditors and Persons Having sale at 3:00 p.m. o'clock on the 24th ,
REPORT TRUSCOTT Claims or Demands Against Said Estate day of March 1964. at Corner of Hwy
.I : Alt. U.S. No. 27 and State Road No.
You and each of you are hereby notIfied 24. Bronson Fla. The proceeds; of the
and required to present any claims ,sale will be applied first to the payment -
REVIEW V Nobody cares for an Investment able to continue diamonds, rutting which YOU. or either of You. may have of the costs of retaking storing ;
the fourth round with dum- against the estate of MAY A. MOORE and sale of said motor vehicle and the
that show loss and
may a deceased late of said County. to the cost of publication of notice of sale and
-- cannot show a profit, so bridge my's last trump. County Judge of Alachua County. Florida -then to the satisfaction of the balance i
at his office In the court houseof due under the contract with Grace Taul-
experts prefer to avoid a con- This good play was reported said County at Gainesville. Florida bee. Box 603, Bronson Fla. coveringthe

tact of five five :in the January issue of Bridge within six calendar months from the financing of said motor vehicle. Any
Market spades or time of the first publication of this surplus will be paid to you and you
Are You hearts. To go down one on suchan World. As it hapens, both the notice. Each claim or demand shall be will remain liable for any balance remaining -
Being Frank had overlooked In writing. and shall state the placeof unpaid under said contract.
editor and Mr.
occasion makes a bridge residence and post office address of Commercial Credit Corporation.
player more unhappy than almost an even better play the claimant and shall be sworn to by 113 NE 16th Avenue
the claimant. his agent his attorney Gainesville. Florida
anything else. This some- for South. After winning the and any such claim or demand not so (3166:) 316NOTICE 1"
Feels second trick with the spade ace filed shall be voids ,
times results from a Blackwood Glean D. Moore Jr.

inquiry, which reveals that and cashing the heart ace he As executor of the Last Will
Under Withheld? and Testament of May A. I OF FORECLOSURE SALEBY ;
I.two aces are missing. Some should have led a low diamond. Moore. deceased CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT '
I Clayton Arnow. Duncan & Johnston GIVEN that
minor misfortune the This play serves equally
causes 226 South Main Street the undersigned J. B. Carmichael,
Politics I declarer to lose a third trick, against the actual distributionand Gainesville Florida! Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua
Attorneys for Executor County. Florida will on the 23rd day of
By STERLING F. GREEN steeper at higher income levels Q: Was there a political rea- i and there is an ugly scene in gains when East has three First publication March 9th. 1964. March. 1964. during the legal hours of
I hearts and four diamonds. In (3144) 39. 16 23. 30 sale at the main door of the Court Houseof q
WASHINGTON Because to under-withhold in an the post mortem.
AP son
( ) the widens as income Alachua County. Florida In the Cityof
of election making the first- By SAM DAWSONAP the latter case the actual play Gainesville Florida offer tte'o sale
changes and delay in year, j
r increases.Q When this nccurs the earlier NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and sell at public outcry to highestand
enacting the tax cut law, the year tax cut look bigger than.it Business News Analyst would fail, because East would REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME best bidder for cash the following
bidding is often at fault: in the lead and be able to Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida described property situated in Alachua
taxes withheld from paycheckswill : Wasn't the gap foreseen? is? NEW YORK AP-The turmoil -nearly all it should be gain Statutes notice Is hereby given that County..Florida! to-wit:
1 cases lead third round of trumps. the undersigned Chester M. Paulson of Lots No. Nine (nand
A: Some Republicans have of national election a South 100 ft.
fall A In the original tax cut a
about million
$800 : year
I possible to tell that a slam con- trick doing business under the firm name of Ten (10) of Block Number Ten
short of meeting the actual plan it was not so large. That charged that Johnson wants to, often sends currents swirling By giving up the diamond Gainesville Upholstery & Repair Gainesville (10) of the Town plat of Magnesia
I tract is unlikely to be a sound earlier South makes his con Alachua County. Florida. intendsto Springs. recorded in Deed Book N
1964 tax bills of Americans. called for reducing the old 18 heat up the economy to insure through the stock market tern proposition before register said fictitious name under Page 32 on April 10. 188%.
gnicj beyondthe
re-election. contend it tract when either defender has the provisions of the aforesaid Statute pursuant to the Final Decree of Fore-
They But the effect the
Millions of taxpayers will get per cent withholding rate to 15 porarily. on game level. More often diamonds and Dated at Gainesville. Florida. !this closure entered In a case pending in

smaller refunds than usual a 'per cent in the first year and 14 may be overheated, with resulting -economy in general is usuallyfar than not, an expert who uses four trump 5th day of Chester March.M.A.D.Paulson 1964. said State Court.Homes.the Inc.style. a of Florida which corpora-Is Mid-
length.IN .
year from now, and a goodmany per cent in 1964. risk of inflation and a less than the political orat- Blackwood is fairly confident of j(3141) 3:9, 16. 23. 30 tion. Plaintiff. vs R. C Brown and

especially in middle Q: Why was it changed to 14 recession in 1965. Administration ors are wont to predict. making 12 tricks and is thinkingof THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR and Carrie the Brown.docket his number wife.of Defendants.which U

cent from start?
and upper income brackets per Businessmen will be paying a grand slam. AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY IN SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN WITNESS my hand and the official

will owe Uncle Sam more mon A: Congress didn't move fast either political motivation or more attention to any widening CHANCERY AND FOR LEON COUNTY. FLORIDANo. seal of said Court this 6th day March.
grave inflationary threat. The South was distinctly too opti- BURMAN J. DODD and 19414 1964.J.
ey. enough to get the reduction effects of the federal tax cut SHIRLEY A. DODD his wife. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE B. CARMICHAEL
full benefit of tax reduction will mistic in the of to- CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy
started at For two bidding and B. S. DODD AND RULE NISI
: new year's. than to who
is likely to be the
The Treasury and the Internal Plaintiffs STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF : Emily Waterhouse
II not be felt for two or three day's deal, and the final con-
months of 1964 taxes with- FLORIDA .
were Republican candidate for presi- vs- a body corporate under Sections
: Revenue Service are being years, they contend, and seri-- tract was one too high. He MARY C. TAYLOR et al. 3 and 19 of Article XII of the (Court Seal
held at the old rate, 18 per dent, or to which party has the Defendants. Constitution of the State of Florida. Harry M. Hobbs
bombarded with
questions ous price won't be showed hand with Attorney for Plaintiff
: pressures a game-going
cent. President Johnson pro- better chance of winning in No- NOTICE OF SUIT Petitioner.vs. .
605 Madison Street
about why this "under-with-- felt until much more idle ma- his opening bid and receivedtwo THE STATE OF FLORIDATo .
posed that the rate be droppedto vember. And they will be pay : MARY C. TAYLOR WILLIAM H.o THE STATE OF FLORIDA. et. al.. Tampa. Florida
holding" happened, what it chinery and manpower is put to c o n s e cutive discouraging TAYLOR. THOMAS G. TAYLOR EM.- Respondents. (3160) 3:16
14 cent for the last ten ing even more attention to the .
mea4s to individual taxpayers per work.Q from his MA E. TAYLOR. BENJAMIN A. PUT. TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
months of the underlying strengths of the responses partner. NAM, as Executor of PETER MITCHELL .o THROUGH ITS STATE ATTORNEYSOF
and :the economy in general, Three spades was a slam suggestion HECTOR MITCHELL OCTAVIUS, THE FIRST SECOND THIRD.
Q: Why? :. But isn't there danger of economy apparent before the MITCHELL DAVID MIZZEL J. M.. FIFTH. SIXTH SEVENTH. EIGHTH.
aod )vhy steps were not taken and when North ACROSS THE
t ta-avQid: the discrepancy.jee A: So that taxpayers, over a business letdown next year, tax cut. to four hearts Soutl h HAWTHORN. AUGUSTUS H. JOHN, TEENTH. FOURTEENTH AND FIF-
when people have to write SON and wife QUEEN ANN JOHNSON o TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITS. ANDo
the full would about presidential
: are some of the questions year, get should have been content to FRANK E. CARN and wife MARY E. THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS. COUNTER I
the same tax cut as was or- checks for the taxes not with- years in the past the economyhas CARN. JAMES M. HUNTER. ANGUS R., AXPAYERS AND CITIZENS THEREOF
c : and the answers given by rest at game. There was certainly BLAKELY. Trustee ANNA HUNTER., AND OF ALACHUA. BAY. BREVARD
iginally planned for 1964 and held? continued along the trend a club loser so a slam ROBERT B. WEEKS and wife MARTHA .. BROWARD COLUMBIA. DADE. ESCAM- "Before traffic deaths can
tar iofficials and ,
: other experts the business cycle already J. M. WEEKS. THOMAS A. JOHN, BIA HILLSBOROUGH, J A C K S 0 N.I go much lower cars must be
the was
I :; the economy would get A: The business advance would depend upon losing no SON and wife ARABELLA S. JOHN LAKE, LEE. LEON. MADISON. MANA- made safer." This is the con
amount of stimulus in taking, whether that was up or CHARLES M. WEEKS. W. E., TEE. MARION. ORANGE. PALM
o- ; same could be slowed if tricks in the red suits. At the SON.
Q: -Are all taxpayers being"underwithheld" up a lot of JOHNSON and wife ADELLA M. JOHN. BEACH. PINELlAS. PUTNAM. ST.. clusion of many auto safety
down. And
? spite of the legislative delay. people who planned buy cars any change in that best, an unlikely best, the slam SON. WILLIAM E. JOHNSON and wife.: LUCIE AND VOLUSIA COUNTIES.. experts who agree: "A safer
I trend during the campaign has M. A. JOHNSON. ROBERT E. JOHN NON RESIDENTS is than
car easier to achieve
AJNo: not nearly all. For the Congress readily agreed.Q or refrigerators are sending extra would depend upon a diamond SON. E. J. E. PAULLING. JAMES S OWNING PROPERTY OR SUB- safe driver."
been explained by economic : JECT TO TAXATION THEREIN. AND 4
Couldn't the rate have to Uncle Sam finesse. As a general principle JOHNSON JULIUS H. JOHNSON any
great majority of taxpayers, : money causes rather than by political unknown heirs at law or lineal descendants -. OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY The cause ef death or Injury

especially at lower-income levels been set at 15 per cent, with refunds -instead. But government econo- a slam should never be at- Of AUGUSTUS H. JOHNSON. d -. PROPERTY RIGHT. TITLE TO BE OR AFFECTED INTEREST BY IN 1 in an auto crash is a

:the withholding will cover at the year-end to makeup mists foresee no setback; the prospects.In tempted if it depends upon a ceased.devisees any of unknown FLORILAH heirs N. at JOHNSON law or THE ISSUANCE BY THE STATE matter of simple physics-

should a few of the elections the finesse at the best but shouldbe deceased unknown heirs at law or: BOARD OF EDUCATION OF FLORIDA kinetic energy. A person Is
tax:.Jtfbility. More people will the difference? upward movement be any OF NOT EXCEEDING $75,000,000 HIGH "hurl e d on"
get refunds than will have to A: It could have. But then strong enough to absorb this relatively -incoming administration has tried if it appears to depend any unknown heirs at law or: HEREINAFTER ER EDUCATION MORE BONDS.PARTICULARLY SERIES A even though '

.extra.Q minor flow of money to meant a distinct break with upon a finesse at the devisees of FALCON F. PAULLING de DESCRIBED. OR WHO MAY BE I the car stops. :
millions of would HORACE MERRY J. C.
pay taxpayers ceased.
past policies. But usually the i
i the treasury.Q worst. WAITS. MRS. R. M. JOHNSON. and '
ciJvhich ones are likely to have been over-withheld. They The State of Florida, through theState Experiments
: How could I increase economic forces themselves already West led the club ace and husband J. D. JOHNSON. J. W. CART.o Attorneys of the First Second.
feel the pinch? would not have received the my ER and wife E. U or U E. CARTER.o Third. Fifth. Sixth. Seventh. Eighth. show cars CAN
were clear cut, and too shifted to the J. DELOACH ADORA E. SMITH. '
tax? spade A. o
queen, Ninth Eleventh Twelfth Thirteenth
be made safer if t
Adn: those with Incomes full benefit of tax reduction
general until I
strong to be moved much Fourteenth end Fifteenth Judicial Circuits ; .
by South with
A: You could ask leaving an interest- the demands
your employer wife LULA JOHNSON. ROBERT A.o of said State. and the several public
of from And the
upward to a
$10- now.
q year to drop one or more of the results of the votes. ing playing problem. Readers CHILD, ROBERT H. HALL M. C property owners. taxpayers and citizens it. Not
coo &:year. The higher the salary spur to business and emDlov. : HALL R. C. DENTON R. C. HALL, thereof and of Alachua. Bay Bre- long ago, fresh
exemptions that is tell And may care to cover the East- MARY lONE DENTON and husband J. Es-
your ; since World War II the up o yard Broward. Columbia Dade.
Jhe less likely that withholding ment would have been less- T. DENTON. ROBERTA C. DENTONand cambia. Hillsborough Jackson, ,Lake eggs were drop-
I I will be ened. him not to count your wife, or government has become so West hands and plan the play; husband J. T. DENTON, LUCILE Lee, Leon Madison, Manatee Mar ped from a

:\ adequate. one or more of the children. large a force in the from this point.If DENTON. E. B. DENTON and wife Ion. Orange Palm Beach Plnellas height of U5 Frank
Q"JIow hard will it hit? The wide lasts economy, ARTIE DENTON. JAMES FERGUSON o Putnam. St. Lucle and Volusla Coun- feet Crete
discrepancy onto a
Each exemption dropped adds and its general policies so set, West has the diamond king, ANNIE E. ANDERSON. ANNA E. ties. Florida. including non resIdents with
"ArAt $15,000 income, a mar- only one year. In 1965 the second over $90 a to with- South must certainly lose at HEATH. E. P. HEATH. as Trustee for owning property or subject to marble floor covered one
year your that there has been
increasingly FANNIE R. HEATH. FANNIE R. taxation therein. and others having or inch of a new padding mater
riejUiaxpayer with two chil-- stage of the tax cut takes holdings.Q less change in direction with least two diamonds in additionto NORRIS. W. J. NORRIS. J. D. BAUK Claiming any right. title or Interest In ial. The eggs didn't break even
dreiQnd $2,500 of itemized deductions -effect and the income tax rates NIGHT, and the respective spouses of property to be affected by the Issu- attained speedof
the club trick he though they a
: That wouldn't be has already -
enough, any turnover in administration. each of the above named Defendants. ance by the State Board of Educationof
was underwithheld $5 will move down somewhat closer in cases. lost. So South must assume whose names. If not given are unknown Florida a body corporate under Sec- 60 m.p.h., and the stopping
many Campaign talk, however, can ions and 19 of Article XII of the than
for 13. For 1964 to Plaintiffs If living and If dead. the 3 distance was not more one
even though to the withholding rate. A: True. The other method is sway a sensitive stock marketat that the diamond finesse respective unknown spouses heirs. d*-Constitution of the State of Florida. of inch!

his"taxes are lower, he will be Q: But the withholding remains -simply to ask your employer to times. The market reacts will win, but there is still a visees grantees creditors, successor the Higher aggregate Education principal BondS.amount Series of A not In A $35 hydraulic bumperon

about:$165 under-withheld. the in 1965? In trust or assigns or other parties exceeding $75,000,000. hereinafter more the front of accordingto
same increase the withholding by an quickly to rumors of war or danger of losing two diamond claiming by. through under or against particularly described. or to be affected I would cars
,Q::jVhy does it happen? A That's The tricks.If each of the above named Defendants In thereby. hereby required one expert, change a
: right. em- arbitrary amount. Most companies peace, to talk of new political J. D. BOWERS CEO. D. POLLOCK R. any wa/ are Circuit I fatal crash of the bridge abut-
to before the
Ar The withholding rate is ploye's take-home pay will stay will do so, if the amountis policies touted as bearing on the diamonds are split 3-3, P. WILLIAMS. as surviving directors o' Court of Leon appear County Florida In the ment type into the "mere discomfort -
nowJonly? 14 per cent. The actual -just the same as now; the with- in multiples of $5 to simplifythe business, in fact, to rumors of South's fourth diamond becomesan THE ACREAGE Florida CORPORATION.corporation who a holdas -Second the Court Judicial House Circuit In Tallahassee of said Stateat Florida range." \

\ ,[tax rate is higher; and holding will still be at 14 per bookkeeping $5, or $10, almost any kind. automatic winner. Life is Trustees for the Stockholders and of on the 3rd day of April. 1964. at Auto tops don't have to
said dissolved Florida corporation. 10 o'clock a.m., and show cause why crush down the seat backs on
siI ce-it becomes progressively centMARKET or $25, and so on. This the business cycleis harder if the suit divides 4-2, any and all unknown persons or parties the prayers of the Petition filed in I rollover/ accidents. They can be
year claiming any right. title or Interest the above proceedings should not be,
but South
be able to ruff made with Ibeamsof
may In and to the following lands In : stronger
on the upside, even granted and the bonds therein descrlb-
his fourth diamond in dummy. Alachua County. Florida. viz: ed and the proceedings of Petitioner steel 6T aluminum; in fact
though the recovery from the Parcel I Commence twenty (20) heretofore taken authorizing the Issuance reinforcing beams are installedon
I t. FLASHES Late MorningN. low point of the last recessionis This can be managed as the chains South of the Northeast cornerof thereof validated and confirmed. the "stock cars" used in the
cards lie in spite of the fact Section 23. Township 11 South Said bonds are dated May 1. 1964
: the
sponsored by auto
now three years old, a ripe Range 21 East. and run South to a bear interest at not exceeding four and races
Y. Listing for the that the trumps divide 3-1. point 21 89 chains North of the South- one-half per centum i4Vi) per annum industry.
; age average upswing.The In the South east corner of said section. thencerun are in the aggregate principal amountof Why not write your favorite
play, player, North 81 degrees West 529.M $75,000,000 and mature In annual
J' tax cut it boosts
manufacturer and that
NEW YORK (AP) The on 3,000 shares. Texaco con- car urge
was up Louis P. Frank a New York feet thence run North to the Installments In the years 1965 to 1994
.h % at 74% AllisChal 17% IntPap 32 sumer buying and as it encourages -' South line of the Northeast Quarter Inclusive. all as more fully describedIn more safety be built in? And.
stock: market was mixed in I on 2000. Alcoa 77% KaisAl 39% businessmen to increase 'lawyer, won the spade shift, of the Northeast Quarter (NE % of the Petition filed herein and the exhibits I in the meantime. enjoy SAFE

moderately active trading at Pfizer declined % to 48 on cashed the heart ace and led the NEVi of said Section 23. and attached thereto. auto insurance. That's the only
AmAli42% Ken'cott 84% their expansion and moderniza. thence run East 529.32 feet to the DONE AND ORDERED at Tallahassee -I kind
the opening today. shares. Florida this 27th of we
1,500 AmBrk 55% Lig&My 76 to dummy's queen. The diamond Point of Beginning. day February.19K.
tion programs, is counted uponto Parcel II The South Half of the Southwest I
t American Motors opened on AmBdPar 37 Loch'd 38% the queen was successfully Quarter (S Vt of the SW U) .S- W. MAY WALKER or stop ty rght away
General Electric keep
Among gainers upswing going
9,000 shares tt at 17. finessed, and South reviewed: and West Half of the Southwest Quarter CIRCUIT JUDGE McKINNEY-
up AmCan 41% Lorillard 44% March 2, 9. 16 1964
rose y4 to 89% on 2,000 through the campaign period at of the Southeast Quarter (WV4 of
Santa Fe dipped % to 28% AmCyan 63% Mag'vox 40 the; situation. After some the SW V4 of the SE '/*) of Section (No. 3128)
shares Standard Oil New Jersey least.
; ( 24. Township 11 South Range 211 GREEN Inc.
1,900 shares. thought he led not the diamond
on AmMot 17% MplsHon 130 ,
) gained % at 82% on 1,500; A world debacle, a sudden East.
Southern Pacific was Unchanged AT&T 140% MM&M 67% ace but a low diamond. Parcel III The North 10.02 chains of Sell things through For Sale 0 Insurance Real Estate
and I n t e r national Telephonerose loss of confidence at home, Section 25, Township 11 South. Range I
at 40 on 2,000 shares. % to 55% on 1,400. AmTob 29% Mohasco 12% might change this. There is at East win with the king and returned 21 East. ads, rent spare rooms throughFor & Mortgages

Royal Dutch opened on 1,000 Ampx Cp 15% Mons'to 70% present no sign that either is in a spade. South was Northeast Parcel IV Quarter All of that(NE portion'/) of Section of the; Rent ads or find a good job 1010 W. University Are.

I shares, off H at 42%. Cigarette stocks rose follow- Anaconda 50 MontWd 37% the making. 26 Township 11 South Ranne 21 East in the Help Wanted ads and Ph. FR 2-3617
of State Road No. 325.
Ford opened on 8,500 shares, ing new published reports thatrecover Armour 48% NatDair 67% That the course of the economy lying Parcel East V Commence at the Southwest money comes FAST to you!

up % at 5. Cigaretie2-INksswere Babcock 59% Nat.Dist 25% I Slain Giving corner of the North half (N Va)
be little
> changed 11 South. Range
may very of Section 24 Township
Among other larger blocks ing from losses taken earlier Beth Stl 37% N. AmAv 52% by the alarums and excursionsof 21 East and run thence East 11
I were 7,500 shares of U. S. Steel this Seat chains thence run North 22 and *4
year. Boeing 43V4 Penney 49 to Girl
the political campaigns does chains thence run Wet 11 chains
unchanged at 58% and 5,000 Friday the Associated Press Borden 73% PRR 33 not mean that businessmen thence run South 22 and % chains to tr.--

shares of Chrysler, up ft at 48. average of 60 stocks rose .6 to Brunswk 10% PepCola 49% won't have their preferences.They In Restaurant Point Parcel of VI Beolnnlno.The North half of the Need

f Bethlehem gained % at 37% 302.0, a new high.I' CaterTr 57% PhilMor 73% doubtless will feel that 24.South Township half (N Vi 11 of South S %) Ranoe of Section 21

Celanese 64% PhillPet 48% East. less three (3) acres In th..
one side will make the climatein JACKSONVILLE .
AP) -Po- V
of the
Northwest comer
Chrysler 48 RCA 37% Washington more salubriousfor lice said a young man who got of the Southwest of saM Section things for .
I' CocaCola 127% RepStl 45% 24. Township 11 South. Range 21 _
Service them than it would be
1 up to give a woman his seat East. Less any existing state road I :A
ComEd 50% Revlon 38% the other. Many businessmenwill in a restaurant was shot and rlahts of way. (
ContCan 44 Rey Tob 40%
openly take sides this time, killed by the woman's escort has been filed against YOU In the
DowChe 70% 33% Circuit Court of Alaehua County. FIorM-.
Robinson, a member of Company duty with Marine Air Control StRegP reversing their traditional cau- Sunday.The In Chancery In which the p|.i tffBURMAN | ..

B, 4th Battalion, entered I Squadron Eight at the New Riv- duPont 261 Seaboard 48 tion about politic partisan in- victim was Henry Young J. DODD and SHISLFY'. A
l1 DODD. his wife. and B.
EAL 34% Sears 107%
the Army in September 1963 er Marine Corps Air Facility, volvement. But they are unlikely Jr., 20.Police. to Quiet title to all of the above

and was last stationed at Fort Jacksonville, N.C. E.Kodak 130% Sinclair 45 to change their company's said Young offered his described March 24 lands. 1964 Is the return day of

Gordon, Ga. He has been Firestone 43% Socony 70 plans in any way because of the seat to Jo Ann Debora Bishop, this Notice. and you are hereby r.iutrM
assigned duty FlaPw 45% SouthnC 54% 1 to file (personally or by attorney) with
The 23-year-old soldier attended with the Motor Transport Sec. fortunes of the campaign. 22, but as he got up, she said, the Clerk of said Court In his orflr Get an HFC Shopper's LoanMom
FlaP&L 77% 18
SperryR % I" the Alachua County Courthouse In
GHS and On the state and local levels "Don't rub against me. ,
was employed by
Gainesville Florida. your answer or
Ford 57% StBrand 77%
the Gainesville Sun before en- tion.Grimes, who entered the serv- the campaigns may be quite Her escort, Herman CarollJr. other defense. If any. to the ComplaintIn needs new things.The youngsters sprout. Dad's

the ice in FrmstDa 10 StO BJ 82% meaningful to business condi- ., 23, said "Don't bother her. said suit. on or before the 24th time day suit wears out. Let HFC help you outfit your whole
tering Army. August 1963, is a graduate of March 19&4 and at the same
Sul 36% Studebak 7%
Frept for
of Lincoln tions there. That's my woman." Then he serve a copy thereof on Lowry & Andrews family spring. Get cash to pay on-the-spot. Avoida
High School. Frueh Tr 32% Swift 47 Post Office Box 390. load of bills later.
GllneSVllle'1 Repay conveniently
,Marine Private First Class NOTICE OF SALE shot Young, police said. Florida attorneys for on
GenDyn 30% Texaco 74% HEREIN FAIL NOT, or terms that fit
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN your budget sensibly.
Henry L. Grimes, son of Mr. Army Pvt. Murrell C. Rut- GenEl 90% Thiokol 16% You are hereby notified that the following Carrollwas held for bomi confesso will be entered against you

and Mrs. Willie Grimes of Haw ledge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel motor vehicle: 1961 Ford Falcon cide investigation. for the relief demanded In the Com Borrow up to $600
GenFds 88% U Carb 119% Ser. No. 1A1S147816 will be sold at plaint.
thorne reported last month forPig o'clock the The GAINESVILLE SUN, a newspaper Take up to 24 months to
; Rutledge of Micanopy, was public sale at 3:00 p.m. on repayASK
Goodrich 58 Unit Aim
4'A 24th day of March. 1964 at Corner of of general circulation In Alachua
assigned recently to the 101st GenMills 41% Un Frt 23% Hwy Alt. U.S. No. 27 and State Road County. Florida. Is hereby designated ABOUT CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE ON LOANS AT CROUP RATES
Ordnance No. 24, Bronson, Fla. The proceeds of as the newspaper In which this notice
Battalion in Germa- GenMtrs 84% US Steel 58%I the sale will be applied first to the payment shall be published once a week for
Rustlers of the costs of retaking. storingand four publications prior to the said 24th HOUSEHO
46% UnivMat 12%
ny.Rutledge Goodyr sale of said motor vehicle and the day of March A.D. 1944.
a security guard in Greyhnd 52% WestgEl 35% cost of publication of notice of sate and WITNESS my hand and seal of said
the bat t alion's 23d Ordnance then to the satisfaction of the balance Court at Gainesville Alachua County
Arrested GulfOil 51% WinnDix 30% due under the contract with Dana Taul- Florida. this 20th day of February. A.D. FINANCE

Company near Heilbronn, en- IntHarv 67% Woolwth 77V4 bee. Box 603. Bronson. Fla. coveringthe 19"
..,.. financing of said motor vehicle. J. B. CARMICHAEL as Clerk: i
tered the Army in September IntNick 74% Any surplus will be paid to you and of said Circuit Court -GoipaidtionolGfUrtewt&
:ARCHER Three young 1963 and completed basic training you will remain liable for any balance By: Emily Waterhous
remaining unpaid under said contract. Deputy Cleric
people were arrested here last at Fort Gordon 107 W. University Ave. 2nd Floor
Ga. I Commercial Credit Corporation .(Court Seal) ,
night for pig rustling. The 113 NE 16th Avenue auto claim service Lowry & Andrews
18-year oldsoldier is a Gainesville Florida Post Office Box 390 PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524

They are Otis Wiggins, 17, 1963 graduate of Lincoln High Flood Control 3165:) 3-16 I -largest national Gainesville Florida Rom: Monday Are Ttarsday 9.30 to 5.30-Friday f:30 to 7 ,.1.
AttorneYS for Plaintiffs
Ernestine Wiggins 17 and
School (ADVItTISS31E."flBurial claims network. lara Floyd Gehan

Thomas Andrew Wiggins, 20, Associate Counsel
Contact !
Hearing Set me today (3105) 2:24; 32. f. 11
all ;of Archer. They were arrested Insurance "

at their home by deputies Thieves Find

A;-pig was found in their bathtub Fishing Fine In Levy CountyBRONSON Sold by Mail OPPONENT REFUSES OPEN

:: NEWBERRY Luck turned Flood control DISCUSSION
Deputies said the pig had against a Newberry man and problems in the Waccasassa You may be qualified for

j deen butchered and was ready his wife when they went fishing River[ basin and navigation improvements -$1,000 life insurance so you

lor cooking. Saturday. for that river will will not burden your loved ones AIR YOUR QUESTIONS

z It was traced to the Wiggins' Burglars entered their home. be discussed at a public hearing with funeral and other expenses.

) tome :iafter an Archer farmland Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown scheduled here tomorrow by the This NEW policy is especially MONDAY NIGHT 8-9 P.M.
those 40
reported someone acting told deputies that they returned U. S. Corps of Engineers.The helpful to

cuspiciously near a pasture home from fishing about 8:30 and 90. No medical examina- RALPH ON WRUF & WGGG FR 6-7575

I iwned by W. J. Whitehurst p.m. and found that someone hearing will be in the tion necessary.

rhe hand was Tom Robinson. had broken in. courtroom of the Levy County OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE TURLINGTON

)eputes| investigated and foundhe Taken from a freezer in theBrowns' courthouse and is to start at 10 LIFE INSURANCE. YOUR QUESTIONS DESERVE ANSWERS |

a.m. No agent will call on you.
pig missing. utility room were five 117 N.E. 16th AVE.
Free information obligation.Tear .
Peputies investigating found pounds of hamburger, three The Corps of ,
Engineers has
in the trunk of out this ad right now. PHONE FR 2-0444 INQUIRE COMPARE SUPPORT ELECT
flQod Wiggins pounds of sausage, 12 pounds of invited all ,interested persons, Send your name, address

arr Following the trail, they roast beef, four pounds of pork including property owners and and year of birth to: Central r UIOIS

bcovered the butchered re- chops, two pounds of shrimp, representatives of state, county Security Life Insurance Co., STATE FARMs f: ;l riCHARDSON

WD.sLthe pig in the bath five chickens, bread and and municipal agencies to 1IIduI ..... 1J J
.b- vege- at- Dept. E-107 1418 West Rosedate, omce.'PI I ,.,...... I

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.I Monday, March 16, 1964 Gainesville 'Sun. "'7.

I Calendar University, March Women's 16 Club, Of 7 School.p. m.,EventsTODAY Gainesville High I womenRuth 0 ( f RnD THE f fflfflLy Y(Antiques Exhibited -for DAR- t I

"Sleepy Time Down South," 3 TUESDAY, March 17 Members of the Gainesville i A marker bearing the DAR R. H. Harlan. Mrs. Blaoklocl
p.m., Faculty Club. Dr. Wilse Northwest District of the As- Weimer Women's Editor insignia will be
chapter of the DAR displayed. placed on the was assisted in the hospitslitia
B. Webb and
guest speaker sociation of Florida Hospital a variety of antiques and relics grave of Mrs.Roberta Lee Purse by Mrs. James A. HendersonMrs.
music by choral group. Auxiliaries, 9:30 a.m., Coffee,; Haile at Evergreen Cemetery John L. Coker Sr:; Mrs
On CruiseLt. for the recent meeting in the
Gainesville Newcomers Club, lobby of J. Hillis Miller Couple Honeymoon March 21 at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Howard Gray, Mrs. F. L. Gran
7:30 p.m., City Recreation Cen- Health Center, Luncheon follow' home of Mrs. Raymond W. Green was organizing regent of dy Mrs. C. A. Palmer, andlMrs

ter.St. ing morning meeting, 1 p. m., Blacklock. the chapter in 1922. John A. Wethington Jr. =
Jude's Circle of St. Pat. University Inn.
Among the articles exhibitedwere State Conference will meet
rick's Church, 8:30: p.m., Mrs. St. Ann's Circle of St. Pat- x
Connie Tucker, 929 NE 10th rick's Church, 1:30 p.m., Mrs.E. : at the George Washington Hotel,

Place. A. Lynn, 929 NW 22nd An 1820.1830 handmade quilt Jacksonville, March 31, April 1 Select your new
and 2. Members,will attend Na-
1 Women of the Moose, 8 p.m., Street. Y from New Jersey; 140 year'old turalization Court at the Fed- SPRING FABRICS

Moose Lodge.University Gainesville Rose Society, 8 document on the Constitutionfrom eral Building, April 7 at noon. at

Women's Club, p. m., Community Room, Guaranty : South Carolina; family New members of the chapterare SINGER
Choral 2 Clubhouse Federal and Loan
I' Group Savings
Bibles; photostats of old Bible Mrs. A. W. Burek and Mrs.
and 3 p.m., Faculty Building, Dr. Sam E. McFad-
Club. den, speaker. records; Masonic apron of Re-

University City Bridge Club, I Junior Welfare League Board, voluntionary ancestor; 1790 map

7:30 pjn., Faculty Club. 11:30 a.m., Mrs. Earl Scarbor- of early parishes in Georgia;

Gainesville Woman's Club, 'ough, 2707 SW 3rd Place. history of Sandy Creek Baptist

9:30 a.m., Art Class, Club- University of Florida,. Association organized in 1758 in

" house. ment of Music, Depart-I 4 North Carolina; pictures ofJncoln's

Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 :p.m., University cabin and farm in

p.m., 316 NE First StreetCreative Lioness Club, Tuesday, 81 Kentucky; and other antiques.Mrs. .
Dance Class! con- p.m., Mrs. F. W. Wood, 1006
ducted by Margaret H'Doubler, NW 14th Avenue. I James Vidal, who was

Delta Zeta Alumnae Club, 8.. in charge of the program, discussed WASHER SALE!

Radio Stationwuwu p.m., Mrs. Fletcher Baldwin' the National DAR Museum -
Jr., 1804 SW 43rd Avenue. and Mrs. James S. Dickey of Cedar Key, whose marriage took place Feb- in Washington, D.C., 4 CYCLE AUTOMATICS

, University Kiwanis L a dies ruary 29 in McLean, Va., are pictured just before sailing from New York har- which is open to the public. One'
1 Night, Gainesville Golf and bor on a two-week cruise to the West Indies aboard the SS Bremen. The bride is of the more important DAR
Country Club.WEDNESDAY. the former Miss Susan Messner,' daugh ter of Dr. and Mrs. Jack M. Messner of committees established at the
1390 March 18 McLean, Va.Brides'. time of founding in 1892 was for

Woman's Republican Club, the collection, preservation and

BELIEVESEDWIN Election, Noon, Park Lane exhibition of Revolutionary rel- -
I Cafeteria. Church CirclesTUESDAY ics. S. -V.

H. Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30p. l L1 L11BookI .--.. .
m., Holiday Inn.
d c
I March 17 35th Terrace. 17fl95
St. Joan's Circle of St. Pat-
ANDREWSAND WSCS Wesley Community Me-
rick's Church, 8 p. m., Mrs. Wesley Community Metho-
thodist Church
il" John R. O'Malley, 3858 SW 5th dist Church WITH
Place. 7:30 pjn., Spiritual Life Study -
TUESDAY, March 17 8 pjn., Virginia Chapman Circle -Course Class,*ChurchRepublican TRADE .
Chapter I, PEO, 10 a. m., cbu e MODEL
JIMRICHARDSON Mrs. H. S. Wolfe, 2115 NW 7 Postwedding reception honor- Mrs. D. R. Sapp, 1605 NE ;p MAYTAG A 100 -
Lane ing Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sixth Terrace; Helen Thomas Clubi AUTOMATICS -

Gainesville Woman's Club, di- Mackie Barber of Knoxville, Circle, Mrs. A. D. Fagan, 4101 Luncheon Set RATED 5.h
vision of Literature, Book Re: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. SW 21st Street.Gethsemane I TREATMENTFOR

view, 2 p.m., Mrs. R. Eugene Grier G. Kirkpatrick and Dr. Lutheran Church Women's Republican Club > No. 1
Will Make The Rutland, guest reviewer. and Mrs. H. K. Wallace, uncles will meet at the Park Lane Ca- ACID 2 :? a.l

f Best Commissioners Democratic Women's Club, and aunts of the bride, 8 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran feteria in the private dining ..

Board meeting, Mrs. LyleN. hosts at the Kirkpatrick home Church Women, Mrs. O. W., room for luncheon at noon Wed- :" :r
f HEAR McAlister, 2712 SW 5th Pl. 1023 SW 21st Avenue, Kirk- Nestor, 3857 SW 4th Place. nesday. STAINS y'M'It{ > ,:m":" .+"": )' ".

r University City Bridge Club, wood. First Lutheran Church Election and discussion of .. .;('""..:>*"rf'} ''.. 4 cycles

7:45 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW Dessert bridge complimenting 7:30 p.m., Rachel Circle,I, precinct organization in Alach Like ?It or not, It's a scien- Fully Automatic O Lint
WUWU'sEditorial 15th Terrace. Miss Lucienne Pirenian, fiancee Mrs. Robert Besalski, 518 NW ua County is scheduled. tific fact that most things Filter Tub e Water Saver Giant '
University of Florida Dames of Robert William Decker oround us are either. acid alkaline Sized Tub O Water Temp. Selector

comment Fashion Show, 8 pjn., Univer- of Miami Shores, 8 p. m., or neutral.On MAYTAG
4 i\k, throughout the day sity Auditorium. Mrs. Richard C. Jones III at Chance To Learn What any one day around the Advertised Price In Jacksonville! !
house in town we'll be exposed -
the home of her mother, Mrs.F. or
Monthly Bridge and
UNTIL 6:30 P.M. acid stains-from the
Luncheon C. Myers, 3207 NW Univer- Men Like in Women to
and tomorrow morning 10:30 ajn., Gaines- car battery, a hair preparation
ville Golf and Country Club. sity Avenue. vinegar, in ten or a hundred MAYTAG

WEDNESDAY, March 18 I By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN I could print all of the letters I different possible ways.

Tea to honor Miss Karen Not long ago I wrote a column have received. However, I can Here's what to do if you
\ Owens, fiancee of Robert R. I I only publish a few quotationsfrom get an acid stain on clothes: .
feminine character-
I Rowe, 3:30: to 5:30: p.m., Mrs. about them. The women who Neautralize action of acid 1
LISTEN TO I L. H. Thompson, Mrs. Wilbur istics men like and do not like.I read my column can listen ov- with a little baking soda or a $9995With

Harling Jr., and Mrs. Hugh invited the men who read er my shoulder."I mild solution of dilute house-
hold amonia. Rinse well. You
Simmons at the Thompson "Why Grow Old?" to tell me of
may run a tiny risk a slight
home, 1026 NE Third Street. more about the subject. I wish believe that most men like discoloration depending on the
WGGG I make-up if it is not overdone. strength of the acid and I 111
Ii Some women look as though the time it's allowed to work. Trade
Due to the greatly increased interest in the City they had accidentally gotten in But that's better than runningthe
i i risk of a hole in a good I O Family Sized Tub
front of a spraying machine.
suit or dress! .
Election Tuesday, March 17th iw Heavy Duty
"I simply hate those shoes And don't Just put It away j Model
Editorial CommentON I women have been wearing. afterwards. Get it in to be Safety Balloon
They are homely, and look more cleaned promptly. Let us see if Rollers
we can't give it the final pro-
WDVH Has Taken like canoes than shoes." tection it should have. Act
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: "We like women who are good
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i StandListen loud. We love that soft feminine
CITY An Editorial

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does not try to compete with
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2:10 P.M. MONDAY "A loud voice Is good for a I
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MARCH 16th
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Come in and View the Many Many Models of Stereos, Radio- were childhood. We are embarrassed A free gift for every you lady get who attends gift our party ,
and made to feel awkward if

TV's & Combinations We Have All Finishes & Styles ters.we are thwarted in such mat.

QUALITY IS STILL YOUR BEST BUY! time"A woman talking about who spends other women her- Save1'14O :

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8 Gainesville Sun Monday, March 16, 1964
I chapter of the Congress of Racial 'NATION'S BIRTH RATE

! Goldwater Civil Rights ''Extremists' in N.Y. Warned Equality. DECREASING ,-
,i Murphy was asked whetherhe Last year fewer that 4,200,000
'-' thought that Negroes would babies were born, the smallest I

I Finds Cash NtUJ bark mtmt breakfast in the New York Hilton -from doing, their duty, he received -good judgment." He said that!had "no real concern for the follow the suggestion made last number since 1955. The fact is
I I Thursday by Malcolm X that baby boom
Police Hotel, he proclaimed his' prolonged.applause from:? the police had :worked well with fight for equality or for the they arm themselves "for self- that post-war since 1958.
NEW YORK commissioner the has been over
{ Is Elusive Michael J. Murphy determination against extremist.to protect violence. the policemen who 'jammed them and would continue to ,do'people waging. this battle." defense." He replied, "Thev people
city boom
warned civil rights extremists three ballrooms for the 'break so. have too much sense to do If your personal baby
identified the threeas wealthof
that he would< not allow Murphy spoke quietly but with fast. tha t." is not over, you'll find a
I Hrra 'tjnrk aimra Sunday However,.he denounced three Malcolm X, leader of the and used baby
I If them to "turn New York City calculated emphasis as he out- Murphy said the police would good new
SAN FRANCISCOSenator i into a battleground." lined future police policy toward Murphy praised the leadersof spokesmen who he charged Muslim Black Nationalists; Jess'not permit themselves to be provoked furniture bargains in today'sGainesville
Barry M. Goldwater said Sun- civil rights.disorders. the civil 'rights movement,. were motivated by "lust forpower" Gray, leader of the Harlem into illegal acts, but they Sun Classified Sec-
f" day he was "a little bit surprised" In a grim address to more who he said were mostly "menof and other."sinister mon rent strikes, and Herbert would "not be stayed from proper ;- tion. Check now for big savings.
I than 6,000 policemen at their When he declared his men intelligence stature an tives. He asserted that they ender, chairman of the Bronx: action"
that Republican conservatives communion would "not be
]Holy Name Society -- -

J1 who had urged and businessmen him to run for intimidated"i .

luctant"president: to"now contribute are rather to his re- 1\\i Brain-Child Thai You JUST MUST SEE .. .

,I campaign.As MlOlEY I
a result, he said on the
program, "Face the Nation,"
his chief problem and franklythe
Just tell us how much Cash 2* Cash 24 Stork Reduction Sale
only problem" was "th a t you need to pay old Veti.Monthl. You MonthlyPayments Big
mercenary thing we call mon- bills, for home improvements Recent Payments Receive '
ey." car re$185.00 $11.00 428.00 $25.00
pairs, for all your 269.00 .16.00 537.00 31.00
\ Nevertheless, he said, "We seasonal expenses. 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39 i
I are going to run this campaignif Phone for prompt I
courteous service. Payments include interest and principal
we have to run it on bottle-

defeat Goldwater in the denied New Hampshire that his. 1-f r FAMILYFINANCE J gotta see 'em to believe 'em! Mean e\ "" t .

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money gave I
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: that a "lot of businessmen" of Gainesville

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Actually, the senator said, You Dope,
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I.f Shapes Up for NCAA t _ Coach' Had'Answers';

I But Duke r! jr:4jiL-/ !; : ,'W..tfi.jJi' t>k; !i
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II[' : ml :jl fiff:1 By F. T. MACFEELY Zephyrhills took 33-29 from
: Associated Press Writer Mount Dora. The Zephyrhills

i GAINESVILLE (AP-Coach Bulldogs played a slow ball possession ?
K-Slate 5s
I. Michigan Itches I J1 Marvin Beck of Pensacola knew game despite protests

!from experience what it took from the crowd.

I to win the Class AA state high
IdeasBy r.t I Mike McGinnis and Nelson
school basketball
4. championshipball
For Second ,, C ; -( possession and defense.He Spoto from Zephyrhills were

BOB GREEN TryAgainst I was a star player on Pen- named to the all-Class B team

Associated Press Sports Writer 4/* -4tY"J sacola's 1952 title team. Now inhis along with Ronnie Mikell and

KANSAS CITY (AP)-Note to I In Horse Show fourth year as coach at hisold Ted Gottfried of Mount Dora
\ the UCLA and basket- and Marvin Lassiter of Malone.
Michigan UclansBy school, Beck faced the start

ball teams: Here in the middleof I uj ; : of E this season with his tallest No TallManCampbellton
ridden Charlotte daughterof
Sundance by Wright,
March, it might be wise to / player at 6foot2. joined Pensacolain
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Wright, Gainesville, will be I
brush '- & .
up on your Shakespeare. LEW FERGUSON the NCAA finals Friday night. : $ entered in the annual horse show Thursday through "I knew we were going to the roll of champions from

"Beware," warned the bard Associated Press Sports Writer "Sure, we'd like to play ? Saturday. have to take care of the ball because northwest Florida beating Santa -

"The Ides of March." UCLA again," Michigan Coach ; ( we didn't have any size," Fe Catholic of Lakeland 54-32

He might have added that MINNEAPOLIS (APMichigan .Dave Strack said after his Wolverines ;L h Lk t he said. for the Class C title. There was,

what happened in December is itching for another crack : had vanquished Ohio : ... In the final Saturday night likewise, similarity in the

doesn't count. at top-ranked and undefeated University 69-57 in the Mideast t% S 4 VF Recruiter which Pensacola won 58-52 op-smooth ball handling by Camp-

Vie Bubas of Duke and Tex Kansas City. finals. ponent Cocoa had four regulars ellton which overcame the

Winter of Kansas State have Duke stands in the way of a "But all we're worried about 'fr' ; > between 6 foot 3 and 6 foot 6 z. lack of a tall man.

voiced the same opinion, in match pitting the nation's No. 1 4k Neither heighth nor an early
right now is Duke, Strack add and Lou Red-
slightly less poetic terms, per- team in the final Associated 3 r'< Post OfferedRabbit nine-point Cocoa lead could dismay Jack Peacock

haps, but it's the same idea. Press poll, UCLA, against the ed.UCLA the disciplined Pensacola mon led Campbellton to victoryand
beat Michigan last December were named to the all-Class
More like: second-ranked Wolverines. boys. They hit enough field goals I
"They'd just better watch a Michigan, which won the Mid- in the Los Angeles ,. s to gain the lead in the third,C five. Mario Monte of SadtaFe

little bit out." east Regional Saturday night, Classic. : Monday, Mar. 16 9 (. SmithFlorida's quarter and played it out with] Andy Sapp of Lake Placid
"We've improved since then -.,.,,. .,. !and Paul Haddock of Hilliardwere
Pairings tackles Duke, the Eastern ti- tie j only free throws 22 of them
Michigan is matched with talist, in a semifinal game in Strack said of his team which in the last quarter.All I picked with them.

Duke and UCLA with Kansas now carries a 22-4 record. "Our new football recruiter may be Charles "Rabbit" Juniors All four champion teams were

State in the semifinals of the sophomores have all developeda VF Nine Smith, popular and talented Palatka High School football Tommy Lee and Mike Leatherwood -changed from 1963, but all the

NCAA basketball championshipsand Royals Help I lot in the 17 games we've coach. fired over the top of Co- new kings of Florida high school

in each case the toprankedteam played since." It has been learned that UF head coach and athletic director coa's zone defense for most of basketball had won state mee.ts

owns a regular season victory Strack believes he has the the field goals. If the all-junior the
'Frisco Gain Ray Graves has offered the post to Smith. The Palatka in past. .
over its Friday night op strongest two-man punch in collegiate In mentor is debating the offer now and a decision is expectedany Pensacola five could be said to
ponent. basketball in muscle day.If have stars, Lee and Leather- This was the third for Pensa

Top ranked UCLA edged boys Bill Buntin and Cazzie wood were the ones. cola, seventh for Seabreeze, second -
the Gators get Smith, it will be quite a catch. The
Kansas State 78-75 at Kansas Title ShareBy Russell, who together measure Palatka football boss was Georgia grid star and still maintains Sports writers picked them on for Zephyrhills and fourth

and No. 2 Michigan rompedover '13 feet tall and weigh 450 SeriesFlorida numerous contacts with schools and coaches in the the all-tourney team along with for Campbellton.
Harold[ Dunn and Robert Stin-
Duke 83-67 in December THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pounds. Peach State.

matches."I The Cincinnati Royals, who They made believers of those He would replace Sterling "Duke" Dupree who took a sim- nett of Cocoa and Andy Owensof More Tests :

made a coaching mistakein barely missed breaking Bos- who witnessed Michigan's 84-80 was to open Southeastern ilar post at Georgia. In addition, the Gators lost frosh coach Tampa Hillsborough.
that one," Bubas insists. ton's longstanding grip on the victory over defending NCAA Conference baseball Daytona Beach Seabreeze won

"Both teams have come a long National Basketball Association's champion Loyola of Chicagoand play at 3 p.m. today at Perry the Class A championship almost Ahead For
with its 6 foot 10
since then said Winter. solely
way ,
Eastern Division title, triumph over Ohio. Field with Vanderbilt. The two
"We're a lot better now than we'have assured San Francisco of Russell scored 46 points, teams will play again at 3 p.m. Dennis Cantrell. Cantrell scored
when Sea-
3-1 in the final
then. points
were no less than a piece of its first while Buntin added 41 and cor- tomorrow.The Derby HorsesBy
He reflected a moment, then I breeze beat Plant City 5749.
Western Division .
championship.The raled 23 rebounds.
added: Gators, 3-2 for the season, Cantrell was unanimous

"UCLA's is a lot like Royals closed out their Buntin was named most valu- are expected to use several choice for the all-Class A team. ORLO ROBERTSON "
Wichita's. We handled them I best NBA season ever by humiliating -I able player, by an eyelash over pitchers in the two' games with So was Mike Rollyson of Plant Associated Press Sports Writer
St. Louis 124-101 Sun-
Russell. Both made the all- the Commodores. Others chosen are Stephen
pretty well. day and dropping the Pawks I City. New York its longest
His Big Eight champion Wild. ,tournament team, along withOhio's Coach Dave Fuller said Dan Danko of Seabreeze, Bobby Stevens opens
two full behind the
games War- thoroughbred racing season '0-
cats ripped into the Shockers'press riors in the West St. Louis and Don Hilt and Jerry Jack- Griffin and Jim Biggart probably John Donaldson to the Bulldogs, too, almost wiping out their of Palatka and Bill Stans- day, and before the week is
son and Loyola's Leslie Hunter. would work Smith them field of Riviera Beach.A .
defense for a 94-86 tri San Francisco each have two against Vandy Georgia contacts. would restore admirably.The past 3-year-olds with designs
umph! and.the Midwest regional]t games remaining and the today while Charley Andersonand Palatka coach is immensely popular with Florida high different factor decided the Kentucky Derby will have seen
Neil McMillan will hurl school coaches. This would valuable in the downtotheline Class B championship which
championship at Wichita Satur Hawks must win both while the Devlin Wins prove action on two fronts and stars
tomorrow.The battle with Florida State and Miami for recruiting Sun-
of the \till
day.Unbeaten Warriors lose both to force a handicap
UCLA came from deadlock.The Gators face a busy SEC shine State talent. Gl stream have raced for the week's richest -

behind for its 28th straight victory New York Knickerbockers At St. Pete schedule this week, hosting One person who won't be sorry to see Smith switch from purse in the $100,000-added

a 76-72 edge over San Fran- had an opportunity to cement strong Georgia Friday and Sat- Palatka to the UF would have to be Gainesville High School Gulfstream Park Handicap. '

cisco for the Western regionaltitle their spot the bottomof urday. It is imperative for the coach RaceWeights
at Corvallis, Ore. Michigan the league standings distinction Sikes SecondST. UF to sweep the two series ifit coach Jim Niblack. Smith's Brave elevens have made it Derby The opening of Aqueduct today

clipped Ohio Univ. 69-57 for the that carries with it the t intends to bid for Eastern mighty tough on the Hurricanes the past few seasons. The with a nine-race program,

Mideast title at Minneapolis and first pick in the college draft. Division laurels this yearl: GUS Palatka grid series has been a corker. Due headed by the six furlongs of

third-ranked Duke blasted Con- But the Knicks wound up on the PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) The Gators start off with Personally, the choice of Smith is an excellent one, a real the $15,000 Happy Gal Handicapfor

necticut 101-54 for the Eastern 'front end of 139-125 -Jack Nicklaus gave Bruce eight consecutive home SEC good step by Graves. Here's hoping that the Palatka coach joins fillies and mares, sends the
at a point exchange Devlin the word, and the word the Gator staff. MIAMI (AP) Weights are sport off to a 234-day season .in
crown Raleigh, N.C.
meeting Georgia Techon
with Detroit games
leaving him first in due today for Saturday's $100-
won .the $3,300 prize the Empire State.
In games for third place, Vil- Pistons with a outside shot at! March 27-28 and Mississippi Park
the St. 000 added Gulfstream -
$25,000 Petersburg Open
A Voice
lanova beat Princeton 74-62 in the sorriest season record. I Golf Tournament. State on March 30-31() before Dissenting with top impost expectedto It closes Dec. 12 with all the

the East, Texas Western took,I In other games Boston going[ to Auburn to take on the to Gedney Farm's Califor- racing at the Big A except for
Creighton 63-52 in the Midwest, The Australian who Tigers, defending SEC baseball Orville Wheeler, assistant athletic coach at Williston, sent go
drubbed Baltimore 129-105 and young nia star, Gun Bow. 24 days at Saratoga Springs jn
Chicago Loyola outscored Ken- Los Angeles ripped Philadel- credited the even younger champs. along a letter disagreeing with arecent comment here that The field for the 1 miles August. During the year 115
tucky 100-91 in the Mideast and Florida high school basketball needs fewer classifications.
American with him with
phia 120-95. helping feature event at stakes, carrying an added valueof
top handicap
Seattle defeated Utah State 88- Oscar Robertson's 25 points his iron shots, used them to per-: Archie Moore Wheeler feels the small schools enjoy being champions in the Gulfstream Park meeting $4,347,500, will be renewed.,
78 in the West. and fection he coasted their own divisions and would not like to be lumped into an
15 assists paced Cincinnatito Sunday as I
NIT ResultsIn "open" classification with just one state champion. may attract as many as to Chop House, winner of Sarifa
the final round with
its 55th victory in 80 games through a Friend Hurt
headed Gun Bow
the During his 10 at Williston Wheeler that 15, by Sunny Anita's Santa Monica Handicap
quarter-finals of the National but the Royals lost Adrian two-under-par 70. It gave him a years noted the
Admiral Vie
Invitation Tourney in Smith in the third period when 72-hole total of 272, four strokes In Car WreckSAN Red Devils missed out on a virtually certain Class B. state Blue Little Farm's M Farm's Sunrise in her last outing, tops a fieldof

Madison Square Garden, New the backcourt man sprained his better than Dan Sikes. crown when they had to play Southwest Miami in a semi- Flight.. 10 in the Happy Gal.!
Fred W.looper's
York U. upset top-seeded De- left ankle. Sikes made a good run for the DIEGO, Calif. (AP) final game. Williston had 71 boys in its upper three grades; possibles are of Admiral's The daughter of Porterhouse,
Paul 79-66 and Bradley edged St. Archie Moore former world Southwest Miami had 981 but was Class B that year becausethe entry claimed last summer for $10-
The Lakers 111-95 ,
dropped a with fourunderpar
top a and Win-Em-All the
Pa. money, FHSAA didn't the schools until Voyage 000 Bert W. Martin packs
Joseph's, 83-81. Drake champion reclassify the next sum- by ,
ightheavyweight boxing
decision to San Francisco Sat- 68 over a wind-blown Lake- coupling of Ogden Phipps' Royal
stopped Pitt 87-82 and top weight of 121 pounds. Other
Army urday while Detroit nipped wood Country Club course. But and a friend were injured mer.Wheeler Ascot and Wheatley Stable's
surprised St. Bonaventure 64-62 suggests that the four state champions contenders in the field are
in play a
New York 126-124, Philadel- there was just no catching Dev early Saturday a head-on, Bold Commander Doctor HankK.
in first round games. Baltimore 128-122 two-car collision. tourney after they win their titles. In other words, this week ; Charspiv, 118; Tamarona, 119
Rockhurst upset defending phia topped lin. there would be an event including Pensacola, AA; Daytona ., Tamao, Copy Chief, Garwol, and three Argentine-bred

champion Pan American 66-56 and St. Louis defeated Cincin- Jacky Cupit also shot a 68, and The car Moore was driving Beach Seabreeze A; Zephyrhills, B; and Campbellton, C. Black Beard, Hot Dust, Tiem- sprinters Suiti, Buxa and
nati 118-110. finished five strokes behind Dev, plunged down a 10-foot bank off pazo> ,*Piave, Tollway and Frank-
and won the NAJA championship That's a good suggestion although this corner prefers that Fealty III.Aqueduct.
at Kansas City. Carson NATIONAL BASKETBALL lin. He didn't complain about the highway. Florida combine AA and A for one grouping and put B and C e's Nod.It .

Newman beat Emporia State Eastern ASSOCIATION Division the weather, but he said the Moore, of San Diego, and his into another to trim the classifications in half. will be the 19th running of renews Friday the

73-60 for third place.Reinian W. L. Pet. C.B. wind which gusted up to 35 friend, Charles Payne, 34, of Toledo However, the point for one classification of an type the Gulfstream feature and if a six.furlongs of the $25,000addedSwift
Boston 58 20 .744 open
Cincinnati 55 2.5.68 4 miles per hour-made the course' Ohio, were reported in would have been interesting this year. Pensacola, the AA dozen go to post, the race will the first of its four stakes

New Phila'phia York 22 33 57 44 .429.278 36V 24V three strokes tougher. good condition at Doctor's Hospital champ, is not many points better than Campbellton, the C hay a gross value of $117,100, leading up to the Kentucky Derby

Cops Western DivisionW.. L. Pet. G.B. Tied at 278 were Dave Ragan, despite back and leg in- king. And Joe Houston Campbellton coach, would love the with $77,100 to the winner.Gulfstream's colts. And on for Saturday big Derby-in the ge

San Fran. 47 31 .603 Joe Campbell, and Devlin'sfriend juries. chance to prove it. midweek feature race money
St. Louis 45 33 .577 2 and avid supporter Nick- The lone occupant of the othercar The plan last will be the Green Valley Handi- $75,000-added Governor's Gold
Los Angeles 41 38 .519 61 4 proposed Saturday at the FHSAA annual .
'Cycle Race Baltimore 30 49 .380 17V at 1 1-16 miles the turf Cup over seven furlongs at
on ,
Detroit 22 56 .282 25 laus.Dow Pvt. Eddie Wallace Jr., 19, meeting of making a fifth class, AAA, for the larger cap Bowie.
", Saturday's Results Finsterwald, who scoreda of nearby Camp Pendleton, was schools is almost too ridiculous. There seems to be mighty with $15,000-added. Pelican StaIe's '
Detroit 126, New York 124 A number of promising
At Philadelphia 128. Baltimore 122 rare double eagle on the 501 unhurt. little honor in being best of 35 schools which is all AAA ) Parka is expected to head
Daytona San Francisco IlL Los Angeles 95 the Geeen Valley entries, which equine sophomores are eligible
No. 2 hole with booming would To win
St. Louis 118 Cincinnati 110 yard a Police said Wallace lost con- encompass. a state title probably would Involveno for both events. They include
Yesterdays Results four-wood shot, came in fifth more than three may include Ced Key, Charabanc -
trol of his car and it collided games.
Boston 129, Baltimore 105 Black Mountain Traffic, Na-
DAYTONA BEACH (CAP) -. Cincinnati 124 St. Louis 101 with 279. His double eagle contributed ., with Moore's. Are there any other suggestions from area basketball fanson Mr. Steu, Polar Sea and Brick
tiona Chieftain Mr.
Roger Reiman, 25, of Kewanee, New York 139. Detroit 125 to a final round 68. how to best handle the classifications others. ,
Los Angeles 120. Philadelphia 95 The Dec. 13, 1916, birth date system] and Bupers.
111., raced his Harley-Davidson ...
on Moore's driver's license indicates j
hour at an average of 94.833 miles an he is 47, but lie told policehe I Results Miami Team Tipoff Club ..
before a crowd of 8,000 Bowling
Clay Willing to Fight isn't sure when he .was born.
Sunday to win the American i In Cage Banquet'Set 7
TRIPLE Triumphs
Motorcycle Association's 27th TUMBLERSW Toppers U :34
annual Daytona 200. Wave Rebel Knott's Bar :V4 37V4 L Lucky Strikers 12 40 March 25
Patterson for 'Muslims'CHICAGO Mary Lee's Beauty Sal. 5Vi 38W RESULTS
Reiman commanded the lead Team Four ivfr 42V4 Wacky Four 4, Thunderbirds 0; Cage TourneyNorthwest
Strikes &
on the 29th lap of the 53-lap Bill Lyon's Sunoco Gas 54 50 Spares 4. Lucky Strikers 0; The Gainesville Tipoff Club's'
race Nines MeetTomorrow Life of Georgia Ins. 44 53 Sharpshooters 3. Rolling Four 1; Top.
over the 3.81 mile Daytona In- AP) Heavyweight -; thing he didn't mean seriously." Combs Schenck's Lumber Restaurant Co. 43Vi 40Vi OVi t3Vi pers 2. Fantastic CONDOR Four 2. Miami beat Southwest annual banquet honoring University -

ternational Speedway course and champion Cassius Clay Pepin Dist. Co. 38Vi 65 PRECISIONW L i Miami in the sectional basketball of Florida's basketball team

was never headed. says he's willing to defend the Clay, a follower of Black Mary Lees Beauty RESULTS Salon 3. Combs Aces Alley Cats 37 37 23 13 tournament played at and the state's top 10 high school

Gary Nixon of Hyattsville, honor of the Black Muslims ina Muslim leader Elijah Muham- Team Lumber Co.Four I; Life 1; of KnotTs Georgia Bar Ins. 3.3, Hornies Red Eyes 35 32 25 28 the local Boys' Club Saturday. players, is set Wednesday

Md., finished second on an Eng- winner-take-all fight with for- :mad, was in Chicago for a conference P. .K. Yonge will open its Schenck's Restaurant I; Bill Lyon's Hurricanes 28 32 The score was 6142. March 25, instead of tomorrow
Sunoco Gas 2. Pepin Oist. Co. 1. Alley Oops 28 32
baseball tomorrow afternoon I
lish-made Triumph. He was 32 mer title holder Floyd Patter- with Muhammad. Patterson season PIN TOPPLERS Seven_ Tens 27 33 Henderson of Southwest bad night.
seconds behind the winner. i in a game with Santa Fe W L Split Personalities 34 :34 17 points for the losers and Mc- Fred Lewis Tipoff Club cap-
Fred Mason Con. U :34 Gutter Dusters 25 35
Catholic bad
Tony Murguia of Key West, son.Clay, appearing on a Chicago a Roman at the Rebels' diamond. A&W Root Beer 55 45 Strike Terrors 25 35 Cavley of Northwest led the tain, said the event was moved
Carter Paints 54'* 45U
was third on a Harley-Davidson. television show Sunday, announced made the original offer to fight Coach Wilbur Hoskins said he University Inn 53 47 Seven Tens 4,RESULTS Split Personalities 0; winners with 23. back from tomorrow night until

A distant fourth, also on a Har he would welcome a Clay "for no purse, just for the plans to start Robert Stearns on Tech Adams TV Insurance 50 53 47 50 Aces Red 3.Eyes Alley 3.Cats Gutter I; Hornies Dusters 3. Hur-1; Northwest won from Gaines March 25. .

ley-Davidson, was Ralph Whiteof charity bout against Patterson, opportunity to take te title the mound for the Blue Wave. Campus Fuller Foto Beauty Box 48 46 4 52 5M ricanes 1; Alley Oops 2, Strike Terr ville, 77-42, in the first game. The most valuable UF player:

Los Angeles. with the proceeds going to the away from Clay and the Mus Other members of the PKY Meade Williams 3Vi:34V 60V4Helzel 65VS SPERRY SECOND SHIFTW.. L. McCavley had 23 for the victors will be presented a trophy jjy

Reiman collected $3,000 of the Black Muslims if Clay wins and starting array loom as Rusty Company RESULTS Hydrcpins 42 26 and Warren Jones got 19 for the Hillsborough Co. chapter of
lims. Adams Ins. 3. Campus Beauty Box 1; Scrapers 37Vi 30V4
Association. The
the UF Alumni
$12,000 He the 200- Gainesville.
purse. won to the Roman Catholic Church Martin, catcher; Tom Hansen, Tech TV 3. A&W Root Beer 1; Fred Splitters 35 33
mile race the first time it was if Patterson wins. Clay didn't first base Ricky Waglow, second Mason 3. Mary Carter 1: Fuller Foto Pinhackert :34V 33: Southwest beat Lakeland, 58- top 10 scholastic players chosen
I 2. Univ. Inn 2; Helzel Co. 2. Meade Nishtnawks 32V 35Y
run at the speedway in 1961 on say whether he intended to defend Ted Arnold base; George Solley short- Williams 2.POLICE. ASSN. Rejects 32 36' 48, as Wood hit 26 'points. Has- by 10 prep writers, will receive
a two-mile course. White won BENEVOLENT Stampers 30'31 & kins had 17 for Lakeland. framed certificates. *
his title.Promoter stop; Danny Dennison, third BANTAM Shortorders 28 40
last year, also on the short Tom Bolan of Leads on 593Ted base; Cy LoU or Tommy Stal- Holy Rollers 31V4 W 10W L .

course.A Championship Sports, who nine naker left field; Tom Dobson, Alley Fireballs Cats 29 2SV4 16 13 W: Karen McElwain

field of 96 experts riding days ago supported Patterson's Arnold of Moose had 17*. center field; and John Weig- Wildcats 22 21 20 21

powerful 500 Class C racing "no' purse" title challenge witha .. man, right field. Blue Rebels Devils 19 23 Leads on 459
218-206-593 in the Sunday Mixed
bikes went to the post and 38 $75,000 guarantee but was rebuffed Santa Fe will start Greg Lucky BlackJacks Strikers "M 24 24

finished. by< v manager, said League at Palm Lanes yes- Blount on the mound and Bud, Hot Shot 1 14* 21 26 Karen McElwain had 147-152-
in New York he doubted the terday. Tim King, Busch Ba- Riviere will catch. Other players RESULTS 160-459 in the Royal Poultry
To Be Honored 3. Rebels 0; Alley Cat I
meeting proposed by Clay'varian, had 547. Joyce Nac- will be John Barron, first, 3.Holy Fireballs Rollers e; Lucky Strikers 3. Ho:: Bantam loop at Palm Lanes.

SALISBURY N.C. (AP-Ra- would take place. trieb, Moose topped wozneiwith 1 base; Fred Clark second base; 2.Shots BlacklackS II Aces 3.1.Bb Devils 0; WiWcat
Don Rica/d had 419 and Don
dio announcer Graham McNa- "We're interested in such a Richard Johnson, shortstop; ROYAL POULTRY BANTAM
497 on 146-193-158. Betb r W L did
Martin had a 162 as
mee and author Damon Runyon fight, but I'm afraid we'll find Warren Buck, third base;; Fantastic Four 36 16 game

have been elected to the National that Clay isn't serious," Bolan Haley Gridley Music had 4&! Randy Holloway, left field; Jerry .. 'Wacky Sharpshooters Four :34 29 li 23 Greg Mead. ..

Sportscasters and Sportswriters -said. "It wouldn't be the first'as did Bea Purdy Universi r Blanton, center field; anc I Rolling Four M 26 24 26 Toppers had a 1727 series anda

Awards Hall of Fame. time that a fighter said some-, City Bank. jimmy Emerson, right field. Thunderbirds Strikes ft Spares 34 21 607 single game high. "'.' :

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T HE WOUND UP ON HIGH NOTE ... Rattlers' .

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: Retired Stan: Musial Happy DRMN&C auk ro SOFT FAIRWAYS Best U. S. HopeIn

WHEN t-AirtwAYS !r

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I By ARTHUR DALEY some day and I'm glad I timed 64 records of various descrip- can't act but can only think out MAXIMUM PrSTANCg? .,_. Olympics

it right The I feel tions and became one of the loud, is high on Gary Kolb, a *OME THINK A ZOMT '" ... ,
ST. PETERSBURG The way most beloved ballplayers that 190-pounder, whom the Mahatma N00/c.I IfHE 1
newest vice-president of the St. now remember that baseball baseball ever has produced. describes as being "big, M1Csk1' RUN CAUSE 6 FBEr/S K it (u.s. track\ and field men of Fordham are the longshots.

Louis Cardinals succumbed to was never work to me but fun fast, strong armed and adventurous tN51EAD o1=NONE I are aiminl for the Tokyo Veteran Paul Drayton, the ex-
"The value of Stan to us last I ACTuauY you MU i' Olympics in October. As
other after erg the Villanovan who
temptation the day I probably could have goneon CARRY-n. BALL AS makes a habitof
weeks of iron willed resist- year," said his manager, "was I >%AR AS FV 61BL&BY outdoor season begins, The As- running second in major
for another ]I
}mce. He sneaked into the cage year. that he was continually able to i A year ago Branch miffed MEANScFA Iirl6H u1 sociated Press examines in a meets, is a good bet in the 200

J during batting practice and never would want to be a lia- respond to clutch situations. He the front office by picking the FADE N00/c,WN1cNEY6R oR A 1//H 15 NOt 7 five-part series the athletes with Questad and Adams other

crouched at the plate in an bility to the ball club. just seemed to reach back into II' Cards to finish fifth, saying E.A 4i FOR VU i-o a most likely to make the U.S. U.S. team possibilities.

fcll-too-familiar Then he the past and come up with I they were trapped by "a con- Hit. team in each of the 24 events. World 440 record holder
kept uncoiling until he had "The most difficult decisionwas that extra something which al-! spiracy of if's." He was pleasantly Today: dashes and relays.) Adolph Plummer and the man

i I rifled a half dozen line drives last game.Johnny He Keane's wanted me in to my go ways distinguished him." I I surprised when they fin- rALt.H I(7H. al By DICK BARNES who usually beats him, ArizonaState's
ished second and admits
: "Just as I thought," said the out on a high note. The second Branc Rickey has always now aNV pa Associated Press Sports Writer Ulis Williams, should
"the better than I
pitching was VARTERFORYVARD.
laughing Stan Musial. "Once time up I got a hit and he had been a matchless evaluator of SAN FRANCISCO reign supreme in U.S. one-lap
learn how to do it, you thought. (AP-Bob) racing once again.
you to wrestle with himself as to talent and is now a special
Hayes, the world's fastest human If Carr
never forget. :whether he'd take me out thenor consultant on the Cardinals.I Although Kane remains re- is skips Olympic 400,
the American
But for the first time since let me stay. He let me Therefore he is fully aware, strainedly optimistic, the Ma- ly to win most like- any of a dozen others could be

he joined the Red Birds in stay and in my last at-bat I that the lone Red Bird probe hatma shows none of the caution ""' 3 medal an Olympic Games the third American, including
1941 Musial's ame is not onJhe got another hit off Jim Maloney. lem for the coming season is I of old age. He is being ''PER50IJA1LY S FINDA IGJ.t1' could this year and he Bob Tobler of Brigham Young,
6HOULDSR win three of them. Saddler
roster even though he still That was the end of my the outfield. swayed by the five fantasticlow HIGH DOWN Ray from Texas Southern

dons his old uniform every day major league career. "First of all," boomed the hit victories Ray Wash- 5TgA16Nr 4. AND. Hayes, a broad-shouldered and 1960 Olympian Earl

end takes part in all the ext venerable Mahatma, "s t anley burn achieved before an arm A BALI.rENDENCY WIlH W UNDER=t..L football player from Florida Young.

t ercises. The super star of yesteryear I "It was such a nice way to Musial has to be replaced. At injury early last year. -f0 FADE A&M, should dominate the 100- Plummer, Williams, Carr and

a certainty to win finish with two hits. It 42 years of age last season he I "Few clubs will make as G GIWiS REA MI tV : yard and 100-meter dashes this 400-meter hurdler Rex Cawley

Jmanimous election to the Hall made me think back to my was not the Stanley Musial we many runs as we will," Rickey ) 1'ANCEWHEN season just as he did in 1963, should give the United States
pi Fame some day, has retir- first game in the big leagues.The when the first 1600-meter relay team
once knew. To find that S pontificated. "If our defense is grr NA he was unbeaten and ran
ed as an active player. first hit I ever made wasa ley Musial is impossible. But better, we can win. What is defense 3 140 WINR t=Xf1NDIN history's first 9.1 for 100 yardsHe ever to break three minutes.
: all the fuss?" said double off the screen in St. ARMY AyFA The current world record Is
"Why will
to find a man to fill the position ? Primarily it is pitching. probably anchor the 400-
fetan, still bubbling over with Louis. I had 'another hit that he held last year is not If Was h burn Is physically Pt755i8Lt'AS meter relay team which should 3:02.2.

the boyish enthusiasm which day. So I had two hits at the impossible." sound, the biggest if is out of 0146 t AUS glare G win if it passes the bato Next: middle and long dis-

Prove him along the road to start and two more at the I the picture." smoothly. tances.

1 greatness. "I'm.not. the first ,end." It was a subtle distinctionbut I

.. it still was an accurate Hayes' 220-yard() 200-meter Sloan Leads

and realistic appraisal of an Ahead background also is impressive
Hitters of PitchersIn
SEC: Nines Open i existing situation. The Cards With some concentration on the Sperry Loop

I aren't being asked to replace longer race, he could win tha

the Musial who batted .376 and gold medal, too. He beat world Tom Sloan led the Sperry

hit 39 homers in the same sea- record holder Henry Carr last Second Shift bowling
ContestsElsewhere loop at
:Loop Competition 'son. They can set their sights Early Spring year in their only major 22 0 Palm Lanes with a 628 serieson

lower and find someone who clash. games of 225-228-175. His! "228

J : JL I- can do as well as the older Three Events was high single.
By JIM BECKER the Pittsburgh Pirates The Los Angeles rallied
By MIKE BARRON are the only teams not in action Musial who batted .255 and hit Associated Press Writer Carr, who sped around a Hoover had a 567 and Buck

Associated Press Sports Writer this week. The Yellow Jackets, 12 homers in 1963. As the top This is the time Sports of when had the biggest day at for two runs in the bottom curve in 20.3 seconds for Arizona 534. Scrapers had a 1452 series

t Another Southeastern Conference leaving the SEC on June 30, Branch says, this is not impos- the pitchers are supposed year to be bat as they feasted on the pitch- of the ninth to trim the Cleveland State in 1963, must decideI I I and Stompers a 524 high game.

baseball season has rolled open March 23 and Ole Miss begins sible. ahead of the batters. That was ing of the Kansas City Athleticsfor "B" team 8-7. which of the three dashes t o Gant made the 5-7 split and

pround with Eastern Division March 27. The Cards are deep in pitchers. Maybe so, but those weren'tgrapefruits the second straight day. The San Francisco Giants, concentrate pics. on for the Olym- Hesch the 7-9.

.activity beginning today.Division Tulane, LSU, Florida and Ala They have a kid catcher, rattling off the walls This time the score was 15-7, with Bob Shaw going six in A history of bad knees could

Last year's Eastern is host to bama already have opened their Tun McCarver, who alreadyhas Sunday, as the major leagues and the Pirates had seven home nings, scored a 7-4 decisionover send him up to the 400 meters IJNMAItFEIY
runner-up, made strides toward wound the first big weekend the
nonconference seasons. Tulane, giant up Boston Red Sox. It t
He off series of
Vanderbilt which finished last. runs, including three by rookie stepped a sub- .
which wound with eminence. Their starting ulafield of exhibition action. They were gave the Giants a 7-1
a 6-18 overall springrecord.
finished fourth up infielder Gene Alley. The Pi 46 second legs last year for the k
Kentucky, of Bill White Julian Jaw baseballs and by the .time .
mark last hopes for ,
year rates whipped the Athletics 14-1 world record Arizona State mil .E
the division last season, journeys -
fci winning season with a 3-1 mark. ier, Dick Groat and Ken Boyer they stopped bouncing the big Saturday.The relay team.
to Georgia, third place finisher Rookie Homers
I also was the starting infield leaguers had scored a total of:
Behind and Carr it
Tuesday. LSU beat Memphis State twicein for the National League in the 129 runs in 11 games. Baltimore Orioles also Rookie Richie Allen hit Hayes ,
a he the 100 and 200 should
I Divi- runs FLAVOR
Action in the the Crescent City Invitational last All-Star game. That's how However, one fellow was made it two in a row over the three-run homer, his second in be wide-open events. Young ;:
lion doesn't begin until Friday tournament at New Orleans, But with Musial ahead of the batters. That was New York
good they are. Yankees as they two days as the PhiladelphiaPhils .,,- ,
John Gilbert of the Southern =
at Mississippi ;;;;
t when Alabama plays but finished second ]
to Loyola, ..
1 retired and George Altman Warren Spahn. raked Stan Williams and his trimmed the .r' .. '
California Striders NCAA _'
LSU ; .I'.;: I
State. was runnerupto
losing two games. The Bengals traded to the Mets, the Cards Spahnie allowed one hit in successors for nine runs in the Colts 6.2.And .- '
4 in the division champion Larry Questad, suspended I I
t Mississippi with MississippiState have a 3-2 chart have only one outfield holdover three innings, and Milwaukeewent second inning and won 101. the New York Mets com this season from Stanford :'u.'i'i\\!'.'\:'\ You 11 !
season, I
Florida also 3-2 Curt Flood. on to defeat the Washington mitted six errors and lost their and Nate Adams of Per i iI
third, Alabama fourth won two ex Minnesota had six-run I k'
a seventh I J'j
fend Tulane last.Auburn tra inning contests with Florida I Kane is currently thinking Senators 2-0, in the only inning in 9-6 second game in two starts, 6-3 due seem the best of the remaining :
a victory over
Defends Southern and finished 1-2 with in terms of Charlie James and shutout of the day. Detroit. Jimmie Hall hit to the St. Louis Cardinals. All century men.
The SEC's defending champion Miami. Alabama lost to South- three-run homer and Bob Alli- six runs were unearned, and Darel Newman of Fresno ',. .1'V.' N'ever''I''I'

Auburn, opens its confer- ern Mississippi in its only gameso 'Poor' son a bases-loaded double. 'hard-luck pitcher Craig Anderson State, Nebraska freshman ;'i'
ence season on Friday. After far. Dick Groat I' was the victim. I Charles Greene and Sam Perry_ I

winning the Eastern Division title )- Cincinnati had 17 hits as they what
the Plainsmen went The ScheduleSt. battered the Chicago White Sox
in 1963,
two out Bernard is at Alabamaand 117. The Sox fought back in the CLARKE'S j
i to Mississippi
on .
Arkansas GOOD/VEAR
State is at Mis-
Hitter-in late
of three games for the champi- Spring innings as Charlie Smith SmokingPleasure
sissippi- State in other eames to- hit two homers and J. C. Mar'
onship. day. Tuesday's slate includes .. v
Other teams in the eastern di- tin got one. i
vision Tennessee and Geor- Vanderbilt at Florida, Auburn at By JACK HAND ball. He admits it. If he doesn't

are Huntingdon, Howard at Ala- Associated Press Sports WriterST. get 10 base hits during the St. Dodgers Bow ,
which finished fifthand
gia Tech, bama, Arkansas State at Missis- The Los Angeles Dodgers, ,.
PETERSBURG, Fla. Louis Cardinals' exhibition sea-
Tech and
sixth. Mississippi
sippi State and Georgia at Ken- (AP) -Dick Groat probably is son he won't be worried."I touring in Mexico were beaten awaits j jYoultill

tucky. the worst spring hitter in base- hit a ton in Florida in 1961 8-5 by the Mexico City All-Stars,
RodriguezTakes who jumped on Dick Calmusfor
and had of ]
one my worst
Tennessee is at Jacksonville, four in the
runs eighth. It
: Bout and Kentucky plays in the Ft. years, the veteran shortstopsaid.
was the first loss for the Dodgers -
Stewart Round Robin Perranoski "Last year I hit some- 1
: With Minis Wednesday and Thursday. Hun- thing like .230 down here. I fin- after. two victories in Mexico. : YoUputaMatch

tingdon is at Auburn Wednesday. UnvorriedAhout ished with 319. Fortunately, I

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's games find Vander- got in the groove the day be- The Cleveland Indians got a Brand 3-T Nylon

There's nothing like a fat paycheck bilt at Auburn, Tulane at LSU, WorkVERO fore the opener in a game at split on the day. The varsity new .

to make training interest- Alabama at Mississippi State, Atlanta. I try not to worry un- ended a four-game losing streak ;

ing. So Luis Rodriguez was Kentucky at Ft. Stewart Geor- BEACH (AP) The' til the last week. As far as I with a 4-1 victory over the Chicago TIRES with TUFSYNGoodyear's k to this
quick to accept a substitute's gia at Florida and Tennesseeat the' am concerned spring training is Cubs as rookie pitcher i i
least worried about
middleweight Holley Mims at Florida State The person a conditioning program." Gordon Seyfried drove in three\ '
same fact that Ron Perranoski has a great economy tire, the Nylon AU-Weather "42'
New York's Madison Square teams are in action Saturdaywith i When Groat toppled from .325 runs and pitched four shutout I one !
for the Los
139 :
.. Garden Friday night. the exception of Kentucky. pitched games in 1960 to .275 in 1961 critics innings. i
.. The amiable Cuban will fill in Angeles Dodgers the last two blamed his slump and Pittsburgh's $ i i
is Perranoski himself. 1 MILD AS A
for middleweight contender Joey, seasons nosedive on complacency. 3 $11 13
Basketball "It hasn't bothered at
Archer, who suffered a cut ovef Groat has developed a deep CIGARETTEPlus

his right eye and couldn't go I all, says relief the National pitcher. "My League'spremier best aversion for the word. Exhibition ; ;;-, J' .
through his return bout withliims. Results "Nothing bugs ball players I
pitch is my sinker and it isn't more than to read about com- 6.70 x 15 7.50x14, 6.70x15 7.;0x14, 6.70x15 ;? : J JI
Rodriguez*meets welterweight Saturday College ResultlTOURNAMENTS its best until my arm becomes placency," Groat said. "A professional Baseball Tube-Type Black- Tubeless Blackwoll. Whitewall! tubeless. I l_ l lI
tired. wall. Plus tax and Plus tax and Plus tax and ( ou'u.tlKh .
champion Emile Griffith in a NITQuarter.FinAls ball player always your your
( ) "I'm usually more effective Yesterdays Results your recappable tire. recappable tire. recappable tire. (
title June 12 and all out and does his best
fight already New York Univ. 79. DePaul 66 goes Cincinnati 11. Chicago (A) 7 I TID'i
late in the than I at
season am
Is in good shape. The 27-year- Bradley 83. St.(First Joseph's.Round Pa.) II the start," he adds. I to win. I suppose if the Dodgers Philadelphia Milwaukee 2.6.Washington Houston 2 0 USE OUR EASY PLAN THE

Qld|> Cuban holds victories over Army 64. St. Bonaventure 62 ,don't win this year you will St. Louis 6. New York (N) 3 tSPECfAltu
-, The lefthander hada Pittsburgh 15,
26-year-old City 7
rome of the leading 160-pounders D Pitt 82III.. read they were complacent. Cleveland (A) 4, Chicago (N) 1 NO MONEY DOWN !,'!..fN
hand in 37 of the 99 :
.Dodgers' :
San Francisco 7, Boston 4 ___, /
including Skeeter McClure, NCAA Regional ChampionshipsEAST That has nothing to do with it.
10. New York A
( ) 1
victories last and suffered
:Joey Giambra and Jose Gon- (ChAmp.onship) year "If we got smug and self sat- Minnesota f. Detroit 6Los -FREE MOUNTINGCLARKE'S I
Duke 101. Connecticut 54 only three of their 63 defeats.He Angeles (A) 8, Cleveland (B) 7 JEWELS
fcalez.JTAXIS. isfied would be Look
we stupid. Mexico City All-Stars 8. Los Angeles
Third-Place had a 16-3 record, 21 saves (N) 5, called after TVt ?
Innings. raIn
Vlllanova ,.. Princeton 62 and a 1.67 earned run average this is our bread and butter. Tomorrows Schedule ,- .-. .--- ,,. ....... .-a- -.. -
MIDEASTChAmpionship When bad St. Louis vs. Cincinnati at Tampa
you are having a
( ) -lowest in the league among Baltimore vs. Houston at Cocoa SHELL byHAVTAMi, 1
Michigan e>. Ohio University 57 year you try harder than ever. Los Angeles vs. New York Mets at Sf.
pitchers working at least 125 in-
Third Place) Petersburg
Chicago Loyola 100. Kentucky 92 nings.He "If anybody can figure out Milwaukee vs. Kansas City at West I PI I
MIDWEST the human element that makes I Palm Beach Tire Service
(Championship) was particularly effective Detroit vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater,
AND ,TAXES ARE mUCH Kansas State ,.. Wichita(Third Place 84 ) after Aug. 15, posting a 7-1 record the difference between a good ,I Washington Myers vs. Pittsburgh at Fort I'I S. MAIN ST. AT 4th AVE. PH. 6-6563
..ALIKEITS NATO and a bad year in a ball player Minnesota I II State and Local Taxes, If
TO OOD&E Texas Western 63. Creighton 52 13 saves and a 1.49 era in vs. New York Yankees at i I
"EVTW R ONE.SECOND FAR WESTChampiopshlp he is a magician."I I Fort Lauderdale I I j any.
his last 23 relief
( ) jobs. I -----
UCLA 76. San Francisco 72 Perranoski made his first tell everybody that 1963 is
(Third Place) over. It has great while it lasted .
Seattle 68 Utah 78 tuneup of the season Sunday, al
e but it is all over now. You can't
NAIA lowing two hits and one run in I
1 < (Championship) two innings as the Mexico City live on past laurels. If I hit .300

fil Rockhurst M Pan Third American Place) 54 All Stars defeated the world again, fine. If I hit .270 111 YOUR DUTY YOUR RIGHT!

Carson-Newman. Term, 73. Emporla know that I did the very bestI
State. Kan. 60 champions, 8-5 at Mexico City. "

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Monday, March 16", 1964 Gefnesvilfe Sun 11

.. i i are currently building a stage'
8C.pA..pas. Rs Buchholz .j91E I on the patio, with the help of i Huge Flag

a Yonge the Plants and Grounds Depart, Being Sewn
Bishop ment of the University. The new
Buzzes y... BALTIMORE (APFrancisScott
Interact Club members, Jody
6k.aS Chatter Munden, James Stacey, Alberta Key wasn't kidding about
ilF BulletinBy those "broad stripes" when he
tRa Antiga, Robert Nicholls, Bill
Hiers, and Kelsey Graham, dida wrote the Star-Spangled Bannerin
By fine job of cleaning the creek 1814.
MARY ANN RIDGELLand "t The flag which withstood
GARY MARTIN SUSAN LANE aRl and picnic areas of the school
JAYNI EYRCTT bombardment of Fort
I __m....._ .._ _.- -
McHenry in Baltimore and in-
We congratulate the team of Build a Telescope." He actually Bishop had a dance last Fri-''will have the privilege of at- Members of the P. K. Yonge teacher at PJC. UNDERTOW Club have: Thanks to the spired Key to write the song
Future Farmers of America who built one and has seen many of day night with a reported attendance tending the Junior Acadamy of ;Chorus deserve a good long P. K. Yonge science teacher in Key the we a new clock that became the National An
won first in the state contest. the planets and stars with it. of over 400. The student Science to be held at Rollins rest after the wonderful job Don Altieri has written an ar- gym. Latest thingon them had stripes two feet wide;
They are Joe Smith, Joe Mont- Cathy, who did hers on "Condi- council would like to thank College in Orlando this month. they did with "Brigadoon". Not ticle which will in the I campus: having.your. Hello handwriting Seventy-five Maryland worn
, appear analyzed. .
gomery, Bill Looney, and David I tioning a Mouse" taught a Bill Marr for spinning the rec Mr. Anderson will go along to I only did they give two performances April issue of "The Science Zelda. Reminder the dead-,'en have used more than three
Hunter. They will now go to 'mouse to be afraid of cheese. ords. Mrs. Meyer, student council drive and perform "unimportant last weekend, but they Teacher". Mr. Altieri's article line for stories : miles of thread and about 600.
Iowa to compete in the national She did this by electrical shock. sponsor, reported that the duties." We would all like presented a dress rehearsal for poems, essays 000 stitches in
discusses the loss of science talent -and art work to be turned in to reproducing the
contest. Both Melvin and will student council did the to thank him in advance for
Cathy now planningfor
J I the elementary school on Wed- be
in the fourth of high Virtu, P. K. flag reputed to the largest
I year Yonge's
i literary
Many hard hours of work and go to the state fair but received the dance. The committee his time and nerve, once in and another' for the
nesday school. He explains P.. K.'s is March American flag ever flown in
sys- magazine, 31st. P. K.
hard effort had to go into this vUle. chairmen were: Tickets, Pat Orlando, seminars, talks, a banquet high school on Thursday after-
tem of battle. The banner
I allowing qualified science has its Beatle measures 42
fine first I Nancy Stapleton who doesn't Rafferty Decorations, Valerie plus the usual, will be en- I own ;
accomplishment. They I ; noon. The set was beautiful, the students to continue their studies "Ringo" Hansen! feet by 30 feet and weighs 75
had to go to the regional fair go to the state fair but receivedan Fuerst; Refreshments, Mary joyed by the representativesfrom songs were great, the entire at the University of Florida pounds.
where with : honorable mention at the Tunstall and Entertainment,
they competed many ; Bishop. show a delight. Congratulations,
under a professor or graduate
other boys. Next, they went to'I regional fair did hers on "Mi Sandy Rafferty. The faculty al-. Picture taking is "splurging" Mr. Carwithen and chorus, and student. This the Still in Coma When the flag is completed it
the state fair where there was tosis of the CelL" She actuallysaw so helped tremendously. Those again. Students wishing to pur- thank you for a memorable ex- under a grant year from programis the Na- will be displayed in the Mary-
more competition but fewer entries 3 stages under the micro- who gave so much of their time, chase photos are urged to see perience.The tional Science Foundation. DUBLIN (APPlaywright) ,land Pavilion at the New York .
New they go to compete scope. when they could have been making Mr. Anderson. For those who Brendan Behan, 41, was reported World's Fair.
L in the national contest. Over 600 The band under the directionof out tests, were: Mrs. Mey-I still have not purchased the annual French congress I The National Honor Society slightly improved today but
F.F.A teams took part. These Mr. Frye will be going to the ens, Mrs. Hanna, Mrs. Deese, group picture of the cheerleaders will be held in Jacksonville 1964-1965 met and elected officers for the still in a diabetic coma. INCOME TAX

were both senior high school and Band Festival March 21, at Mrs. Jones, Miss Pitkin, Mr. they are still available in March 1921. Students from school term last Fri- He was given the last rites of
junior high. Their instructor is P. K. Yonge. They will play I Hendrix, Mr. Henderly, Mr. Riv- the office. French I, E, and HI classes day. The results were: Jerry the Roman Catholic Church GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS
Mr. Cake. such pieces as "Paris" and ers, Mr. Below, and Mr. Ander- Mrs. Lewis' nine-one class will compete against other high 'Snyder, president; Rusty Marcus
We also congratulate Melvin "Helena" by Gluck, "Fantasy' son. All who attended had a was very pleased to hear from schools in the state. Competitionwill vice-president; De b b i e SundaY-I was taken to Meath
. Caswell Cathy Alvarez, and For Band" by Erickson and very good time. Ahmed Ansari, a college student be in extemporaneous Bowers, secretary, and treasurer -Hospital last Tuesday. I 1323 NW 6th St. FR 6-2924
.t: Nancy Stapleton who were win- "Thunder West" by Farrell.I Mary Haemmerlie, one of our from New Delhi, India. He speaking, declamations, and Cecelia Norden.
ners at the regional science fair There will also be numerous science project students, won answered many questions from writing dictated French. The Marteen Layfield and Gina
at Gainesville High School. solos and ensembles who will second prize at the regional fair the students pertaining to the French III students will present .Whiddon were elected delegatesto RESTAURATEURSReal -
I Melvin did his on "How to compete. that was held at the Gainesville' theme, "The Foreign Studentin several scenes from "Sieg- the Para Medical State Con-
High School. Congratulations America- An OpportunityFor fried" by French author Jean vention, to be held April 24. VALUES NEW AND USED EQUIPMENTHotel

Mary, from all at Bishop. Mrs. Friendship." We thank Ah Giradoux for extra points. The The girls' expenses will be paid China And Glassware Company
: Hanna reported that it was a med and hope that you will all' trip is sponsored by Miss Ver- for by the club.

y moldy project" but with a project go see him. onica Pullan, French and Latin The Interact Club members'___ _640__ _W._BAY ST., P.O. BOX 4313, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
1 I It. Panther'sTale on penicillin, how can one u
t. f help it?

Mary Tunstall, Mary Haem-
merlie, John Hendrix and
we I IWinn's

By Westwood ; k. THE 'BIG LIE TECHNIQUE,

I .; Y r
.. HERBERT MARLOWE and 94 rN 5 WhispersReport
cards were issued this
Just two weeks till Nassau. Is a junior member of the Beta
week, some good and some
The Seniors Club FHA officer. She is Sewer Letter
are busy planningfor an past bad. The following people made
the Four of the Student Coun-
trip. glorious daysof secretary the "A" honor roll this six !
fun. cil, and is presently a council weeks.: a'Y
Dr. Cunha, Head of the Animal member. She has been a Cheer- Sandra
Seventh grade -
Sciences Department at leader for three years and was Pope, Ann Bowman, Beverly J
the University of Florida, de- Captain this year. She was a Cook Diane
Buckley, Debbie ,
livered a fine speech on food high scoring forward on the Mosley, Kent Ostrander, Patty ..x RR..A Yfv Was Just Too Much

problems Wednesday. Dr. Cun Girls Basketball team. She is Potter, Myra Smith, Carolyn Nk
ha pointed out that the world very active in church activities. Williams, and Ken Sharp, ;'yw
population doubles every thirty Congratulations Glenda. I Mark Proctor, Susan Walsh
years. He told of problems of: One of these writers would Michele Moreland.

.. increasing productivity to meet like to congratulate the other on Eighth grade Linda Al-

the Cunha increasing, is President demand.of Mr.the one of her recent accomplish- mand, Barbara Bowman, Pat-
past sy Jordan Larry Wilson Ann Commissioner Edwin H. AndrewsIs
American Assn. of Animal Sci ments. Doris recently receivedthe Fearney, Bill Harlan, Beth Again
ences. Our thanks to Mr. Coma- Betty Crocker Homemakerof Graves, Nancy LaBelle, Larry ,
have Mr. Tomorrow Award. I can't
nor for arranging to Sandefer, Roger Sims, Gloria
Cunha speak.We think of a more deserving win Debbie Amanda
Garrett, Green, -
wish Mrs. Dolin a quick ner. My congratulations go out' Myers, Margaret Rogers, Forced To Bring Out The TruthByron
to Senior. (I'm I'
recovery. Mrs. Dolin is our a very busy try- Marvin Rogers, Rick Dilgren,
Home Economics Teacher and ing to butter her up. She got a I Nigel Littlejohn, Morya Willis,
FHA sponsor. We hope every- tax refund.) Karen Paige, and Kathy Meer-

body goes by the Medical Cen- PANTHER PATTER: We bear man, Sandrette Dowd, Fred Winn's letter, dated March 12, 1964,
ter to see her. from the Student Council of a Pirkle. \ THE TRUTH

The Annual Staff was a 11 Basketball game. The juniorsare The ninth grade will be giv- and sent to West Gainesville residents. .

smiles Friday. The Annual was still working on "Finders en next week. .
finished! The students will receive -'. Creepers." Have you heard the Each six" weeks we have Dear Friend

them the first of June. latest elephant joke? If not, don'i, office assistants to help the ) Official City Minutes of December 11 1961,
Our Student of the week this worry, its dead. Hi, Pam. See teachers Mr. Simmons, our You have or will soon receive your assessment show that Byron Winn abstained in the vote
week is Glenda Green. Glenda you soon! principal, and Mrs. Chappell, for the West Gainesville Sewer Project.
the West Gainesville He
our school secretary. This six on sewer project.
weeks the office- assistants are I want to tell you why I voted against this did not vote against the project.

first period, Sylvia Stroud project as a minority of one with four Old

i 1 [Ai and riod Nancy- Robena LaBelle Eng, second third pe-pe- Guard Commissioners. voting against me. In October, 1960, Consulting Engineer

riod Hartman fourth David b. Smith was employed DY the City
Hornet Lynn ,
period Patsy Jordan, Mindy Your sewer asssesment in West Gainesville Commission to undertake a study for developwas -

( Beville, and Betsy Black, fifth was raised approximately 50 per cent because a sewer project for West Gainesville. Two
Heckles period Barbi Emmel, sixth reports were submitted-one dated May 15,
; period Virginia Tipton, and of
the "old guardians" of the selfish interests
t seventh period Mary Ann 1961 and the other, Aug. 22, 1961. In

Thompson.At a privileged few would not accept engineerDavid neither report were monthly industrial sewer

w .. ._ the FHA meeting on Fri- rates in any way tied to or connected with
day March 1, members chose Smith recommenced monthly industrial .
Bv JOHN WATERS and MABELLE GLASS property assessments for sewer service. (In
'0 I.I delegates to go to the state
rates. The Old Guard majority of neither report-nor other correspondence
convention. The following any
The tournament for Class C The Senior Class is presently pee.pie
basketball teams of Region 3 I I engaged in making a decisionfor were chosen: Vickie Krez- four* reduced the recommended industrialrates I on the matter-did the consulting engineer

was played in the Earl Gay the play to be presented next dorn and Donna Wagoner; Al- ever recommend a $2 per front foot assess-

Gymnasium on March 67. The month. Also the boys will be ternates Patty Nixon and and your residential assessment was ment.
first two games were Santa Fe visited by a representative of Pat Goethe. Nancy Mitchell
vs. Cedar Key and Hawthornevs. the U.S. Navy Monday, March will also attend as a district raised from approximately two dollars a front -

ML Dora Bible. The winnersof 16. FHA officer. I The August 22, 1961, report of the consulting -
The winner of the Westwood foot to three dollars front foot!
Santa Fe
these were
games The Beta Club of H.H.S. has engineer recommended a $3-per-front-
flag contest is Sandra Garrett.
and Mt Dora. In the final game two members who to
plan run
This flag is white with two foot assessment, based on a $9 foot estimated -
the winning team was Mt. Dora. for District offices at the district I M y opponent In the present race for City I per
crossing green stripes, an owl cost of construction. This done
This ended the season for the meeting in Wildwood on March I was
Hornets. The next event will be 21. Judy Widener is a candidate''' whirlwind representing representing education, and West-aj I Commission, Dr. Andrews, voted to raise the under the cit/s long-standing policy for both

the Athletic Banquet, an annual for vice and Steve
president streets and sewer construction costs to be
wood. The words
Westwood home
affair to honor the outstanding sewer assessment on your by approximately -
Manchester is a candidate for
Whirlwinds it shared by the each side of the
players of the season with let- appeared on owners, on
ters and sweaters. It is sched- Sandra will receive $2 for con- 50 per cent in order to decrease pro- street, and the city on a 1 13basis.
uled for March 20, at the High Betty Godwin Susan Godwin, structing such a good and well-
Dorothy Duggar, and Elizabeth representing Westwood Flag.A posed industrial sewer rates.
School Cafeteria. Tickets are As to industrial sewer rates the August 22
Schmidt represented the H.H.S. of 16 eighth graders 1
available from the players, *
cheerleaders and Mr. Collins. Para-Medical Club at the open have been selected to serve on 1961, report approved and adopTed with
house for Dr. Klenk and the the Freshman Prom Committee. Winn recommended increased
March abstaining -
The Hawthorne ing I hope you will do your part in keeping a
Band is still on their fund- Hawthorne Clinic March 8. j industrial sewer rates. Some of the rates increased -

raising drive to purchase new people's majority on the City Commission ana under this recommendation were as

uniforms.Fish Fry They on March are sponsoringa 26, to be Now You Can Buy preventing a repetition of what has happened follows: public buildings, fraternities, dormi-

held at the school. I Good Corn FedBEEF tories, etc., increased 185%; Publix Super-
The Hawthorne Chapter of to you. The Old Guard has resorted to a drastic market, increased 310%; Ideal Laundry, increased -

The Future Farmers of America -' smear campaign in an effort to mislead 550%; Hospitals, 35%.
attended the livestock show I

in Gainesville Livestock Market tile voter away from the critical issues, in a Over-all of industrial rate increase
sewer -
last Thursday. At the banquetthat I At BIG SAVINGS direct from BARTON'S RANCH. average
night in Gainesville High desperate attempt to regain control of Gaines- was approximately 300%.
School Cafeteria the chapter's II Round,
string band entertained the or 'dot C1ub69"Beef' 45,1I .. vii Ie's future. Whether or not they succeedwill THERE WAS NO INCREASE IN RATES

guests. I

STEAK5 I Ib. RIB 35 lb. Sincerely, .
For Mobile (Signed) ,

I Byron M. Winn Jr. .. { We leave it to the voters as to who
:: ; up you
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: ,
';MOBILE, Ala. (APFifty) Mayor : 31.* Y
BEEF 38'' is smearing whom! .
of the nation's prettiest, most BY THE HALF . lb. ..
talented high school girls will ( Paragraphs Omitted) .

give this port city a beauty
treat tonight We will cut uj> for your Deepfreeze for 6c Per Pound ':

The candidates for the 1964 i This extra.Good Beef comes from BARTON'S RANCH -' Ethi cal Leadership In Government
Junior Miss downtown title'will parade j Fed the Best of Feed. Let's Keep Responsible,
through Mobile
as an
; You SAVE MONEY when you buy
opening public event of the
Rehearsals for the pageant t BARTON'S i
were scheduled to get under C ity
way today. Preliminary judging: NEW STORE REELECT
begins Wednesday, and the 3 Miles South CommissionerBy

crown and a $6,000 scholarship I of Newberry
will be awarded the winner Sat. on State Hwy. 41



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Gainesville dun Monday, marcn 10, tyorI

II j Wlut't year, probUm? For a eaoral E-4 I } SUNG! SHORT PERIOD OF TIMESHE A6AIN3! >< a ,

I reply, writ. to Abby. Box 3365. ;:) J

\ ., Change Shops! Beverly Hill. Calif.. 90 12. ana Z -d. C.

I include a Mlf-addreutd stamped envelope. < : w
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I kw i. .t t i -.1 Abby answers all mail. _\ w lr Y ,yd 1JS

(:. Abigail Van Buren : .\,, ,,N .5', ll L13-I
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DEAR ABBY: Since we moved to this state seven years six months. He had money in his pocket, though. I always IIArad=detr C se ... OFFN

It p 1 I ago, we've bought our eggs from the same egg man. Soon after kept him looking nice Abby. What kind of laws do we have airt Ito b s t t NOO'1AWK.

(* the tragic death of our beloved President I' went to buy our that lets a 14-year-old boy go around looking like a bum? Or : \1.\\0-0: s pi4 c d tic'e a tb sit dt b +s.10 r ur a

j eggs as usual, so it was natural for me to say, "Wasn't it is there any such law? I think I have been tricked. \,,. Ebper tie s. '1..tt'1.8to' < C 'e. e ode, e ,ttae Oa d tottt3 9

S heartbreaking about Mr. Kennedy?" Abby, his ''reply was so 1)ea."L' .. 10 t,\ tt1 1 ip Br e t o tin edu t 8r 4 ,
8 oat ,
a $
cruel I can't even repeat it. In the past he has made remarks A BUM'S MOTHER t:;na.vn.v' 8 toO w Jon 4 aq as p ed to '
> -.a\1.\ 1'8 '
f about "dirty Jews" and "niggers." But knowing that my religion DEAR MOTHER: Your husband apparently is not looking z 1011'or". s a._ ep O; !r dt..1. l de ar stab I e rk, $ tit f vtW
i was the same as President Kennedy's, I never expected after the boy properly. Talk this over with a lawyer, or go to == e arT ire ps: i pto \.c". tsp Oc8't t,8 t1- parr to a d r .

I him to say what he said. I told my husband that I will never the local Legal Aid Society and find out- what can be done < Sfl icy 10 1'8. 011"1'a8 11.0"1'' Yo ur Zo Be r s1I or l 1

I again buy eggs from that man. My husband said I am foolish. in a case like this. I Y oa s''' 0 i sll e1l P 4Lzpe ..
I His eggs are fresh and reasonable, and I shouldn't quit buying I earn o ::3 >;, "-I
from him just because he is ignorant. I would like your opin- DEAR ABBY: In reference to the bride who neglected to ..,.. toe t-n.8 "' ...,.k
i ion. acknowledge her wedding gifts: We have the same situation in .... ::. ..:::..-:;:=-: X 3.1'

t A WOMAN FROM N.H. our family. Our granddaughter was married last summer. We
sent her a costly wedding gift, which she has yet to acknowl-
note need not be 20 words, and I am !) WISH WAIT TILL I >
DEAR WOMAN: Ignorance Is the least offensive of your edge. A thank-you over WOULD YE LIKE TO I AN'START PULLIN RUN
) egg man's shortcomings. Assure your husband that you can just ornery enough to see to it that the omission of those 20 CRACK A WISHBONE TH'MAIL-ORDER LOOK AT //

buy "fresh and reasonable" eggs from someone who is not words will cost that little brat exactly one thousand clams per WIF ME,JUGHAIDa! .y-- CATALOG X
so bigoted, vicious and destructive. Then prove it. word. That ought to flatten a few high hair-dos. Nrc Zv

DEAR ABBY: My son is now 14 years old. My husband and GRANDPA THE KNIFE

f I were divorced three years ago. The law officer told me at (l) r I
t that time that when the boy reached the age of 13 he could DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a person who quar- I .

choose which parent he wanted to live with. Well, he chose els in front of company? ( '
his father, and the officials told me that I couldn't even SEE WONDERING 8z

the boy unless he wanted to come and see me. This week he .J
f' came to my house. His shoes were worn out, his clothes werea DEAR WONDERING: Not much. And it's good to remem- Isr-

mess, and he looked as though he hadn't had a haircut in ber that TWO Is company.

have found a cancer I O News

cure; integration in South; O Science Around You USED HER.LASER WHY IS SHE 1EB EMOTIONS GOTTHE BESt
Rhodesia a look at CD Waldo Norris (Color) BEAM TO
0r British bawdy humor.D 10:25 O CD News OF THE GI FT iDRESS BUTSHElS SOBBING ? IAN NEVER BE ONE OP US
( Hollywood and the 10:30 O CD Word For Word WE GOT FOR ', \OVER TOOK OWE FROM SHE t AND SHE'S HEARTBROKEN.

Stars I O I Love Lucy / Vr "YOUR CLOTHES 508s
"Paul Newman: Actor in 10:45 O World of Numbers CLOSET SOB
a Hurry." While workingon and Forms >-c cEc

his current film, "The 11:00 O CD (Color) Concentration Un

f] I Outrage," Paul Newman < 1 I
outlines the philosophythat O Price Is Right iH

has won him a reputation 11:30 O CD Missing Links Y I r 50d 506

for being an agres- d Pete And Gladys .,.
MONDAY EVENINGI love with Hana-Ogi, a sive, articulate, dedicated O New Horizons
I I beautiful Japanese dancer. actor businessman. 12:00 O I CD Your First
5:00 O Best of GrouchoO Marlon Brando, Ricardo Joseph Cotten narrates.O ImpressionO V.

Surfside 6-Mystery Montalban, Red Buttons, Andy Griffith Love Of Life
( 5:25 O Moments In Sports- Miyoshi Umeki. 10:00 O O Sing Along-Songs O High School Chemistry Q

5:30 O Newscope Daytona 7:15 O Friendly Giant O What in the World? 12:25 O News
Beach 7:30 O Movie 10:30 CD Pre-Fight Special 12:30 O CD Truth Or p- S A\ORE.\ LITTLE .CROYD NUVE5I < EVERYTHING ...CALLTHE HOSPITAL ) YOU'D SETTER START
5:55 CD (Color) Local News, "The View from Pompey's 11:00 O O News, Weather, ConsequencesO J GOT TO HAND mO YOU.NERO Kl6 TOBTODQ WANT YOU TO PLANT TPi TO FIND OUT 110W / WORRYING WORE
Sports, Weather Head." ((1955)) Anson Page Sports Search For Tomorro THE HOSPITAL,AND THE POLICE kw ALONGXTHANIEANIETANG/ -4
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O Sunshine Almanac unravel a mystery sur Weather Sports O Visiting Spanish < HEADQUARTERS QUESTIONING FOR JI AGAIN,
6:15 0 Local News rounding a recluse author 11:25 O Movie Neighbors CROYDENBEETLE. /
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Cronkite who adapted his screen 1930's fails to see the im- CD Local News i

O Operation Alphabet play from Hamilton Bas- portance of the Facist 1:05 CD Match Game

7:00 O Zane Grey-Western so's best-seller. Music by movement to grow in power. 1:15 O Focus I aa \

"Ride a Lonely Trail," An Elmer Bernstein.O Robert Young, Sylvia O Elementary Spanish 1 : : ::
elderly sheriff refuses to What's New Sidney. 1:30 O Science :.
retire even though the 8:00 O I've Got A Secret 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson O As The World Turns Q:

I townspeople consider him O High School TUESDAY CD Ernie Ford

I too old for the job. Sheriff Basketball 6:00 Q Slimnastics 2:00: O CD Let's Make A II III i OKAY-11! {I' iI1( RIGHT ONLY A MADMAN 91
Larson: Walter Bren- 8:30 O LucyComedy"Lucy O Sunrise Semester Deal rG14GWOD TELLHIMiv AWAY WOULD WANT TO DO
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Keith. whose command of Eng Pastor's Study 2:30 O CD DoctorsO .HELP A BIG HIM DESK CARRY V V- V* AWAY ,, '

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begins when an Army ian. Viv: Vivian Vance. 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor I O To Tell the Truth :I22
captain's wife murders Mooney: Gale Gordon. 6:50 O Farm and Home : 3:25 O News ,y. f y Ji /

I her lieutenant boy friend Umberto: Casare Danova. 7:00 Q CD Today 3:30 O Edge Of Night 14Q :.
-and then accuses Favor O News. Weather 3:30 O You Don't Say r.z a.b. .
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t Fleming. Rowdy: Clint 9:00 O Danny Thomas 7:50 O News O Secret Storm o & !s

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finds himself falling in in Corscia claims to 10:00 Q Say When Joan Fontaine.SlIILE Cary. DEEDEE SCENE FOR READS THE A BACK PERSONAL! THERE!WAS NOTHING PAYING FOR HERE!. I \I YOU HAD TA1.ENT-Lrr'S! GO
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Baker for Governor Y yY .

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[\i I I WASHINGTON Bobby Bak-' public office even Governorof Amendment during the Senatorial because he has all the money ..MAYBE-US-WAS. Hulzs'5 SOMETHING ELSEa 'THIS MAY SEA Y SETTER TALK\ /W WE GET WHS UPS

I'I I' er revealed the other day that South Carolina. Many people hearings, but now we'he needs; he can't be pressured SEEING< RED AIRWELLLAREEI'VE / I ACCEPTED THE DOCTCfA LOCAL PCUCS I TO MRS.YEER V W A I.OCAL.TRIAL.MATTER. ,
he has political ambitions and have been critical of Mr. know why he did it. He want -3 COMMANDOS STATEMENT ABOUT FEVfR, r ...yANP THE DOCTOR WE'Lt KEVER AUKB
by friends because he has NOTIFIED
1 might consider running for Baker for taking the Fifth ed to go into politics, and as he very few friends; he cannot be I r; THAT REV.Y EER D1ZD .fc'S LETTER AS SAY1N3TWOD5WT i rr+5 NOT MURDFz NEXT SABBATICALS/I
t so ably stated it "I
didn'twant ,influenced by private interests GY5TEMATICALLY D4tA!
I 1 PATInA BACOn to incriminate myself." because Bobby Baker is a 04 .'

RIMOSE EVAD ER TERAP AGATE Those of us who have been man of the people.It z f

ACROSS use TAY DEC. urging Mr. Baker to run were is expected that if Bobby < tl
5.1.Surface 31.Marine A L L O T E G G most gratified that he would Baker runs for Governor of r.JE4 t J
8.Brazil tree 33.animal Poorest genus O K A P I u R A n 1 AD consider himself a candidate.As South Carolina, half the Sen- MIW "/

I 11.Beloved fleece I V I n E o s S A L so many rich men have ate, as well as many officialsin I>
I 12.Unheard of 34.Displayed A n t C L O M E done before him, he has chosento the Administration' will

\ 13.Sodium an opinion EAT A L B L A D shun the world of financeto 'campaign for him. As one Senator -
chloride 35.Wild ATTIC DORADO give his life to public serv I put it to us. "We'll do

I 15.14.Our Young lady 38.growth Arista VIOLA E n A M E L ice. anything to get Baker out of rn ,- r4--. -_ .
A C R E D "
R E P E N T Washington.
country 40.King of As Chairman of the Districtof
17.High Bashan (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle .<: wIaAT I TOIP
18.Corroded ) Columbia Draft Bobby Baker Besides support from the Senate '' '' ;' yOUTOTAOCa = THE2S V/ASr
41. Ti15 UP
19.Feed the 43.Ashen 1.DOWN Evaluated for Governor Committee, we have received pledges ., TN S MESSAGE Fi2QMl BULLETIN ROOM ON TNS
6.Black mark POA2Pf s
kitty 45.Nothing 2.Fatty 7.Indebted we have started our grass from insurance companies, w :!? b TN& 6 RAL wMoT ;
20.Dewy 46.Eskimo 3.Brightest to roots movement. land Investment syndicates, 8
23.Disturb47..State fr. star In a constellation Hindu Our committee's slogan is: lobbyists, and Las Vegas busi- ..Klurntr r
lace 48.Utter month will be a vending machine in nessmen who said that they <

27.25.Weary Secret 49. Celtic 4.House wing 9.Treaty every home." We promise the were ready to jump on the ==

NeptuneSO.HkdikefUh 5.Assyrian 10.Wings voters that a HaVor .r4... '.i-u Baker bandwagon.He I iwren?
30.Lair --- --- -- "" "
aky god
will mean bank loans
lo.Sour without even has an amazing
1 *" J .,. / S c 7 9 9 10 21.King Ar. collateral, free stereo sets for amount of support from North- 1 ..,
V./- thur a lance the aged, a Haitian steak in ern politicians. One civil rights f wu

1/ 6 IZ 4d IJ 32.That thing every pot, legal gambling and advocate told us, "South Caroling 3.16

H r S 16 24.Body of the greatest motel system of deserves Bobby Baker."
water any state in the Union. I = N
26.Stitch So you can see Mr. Baker
17 / /'/ 16 'l 19si 27.Pro over Our candidate, who has beena wasn't whistling in the dark

I 20 28.filled with field marshal in the war on when he said he thought he
t'h 23 24 t'hr'l'l.fntttstica poverty, is appealing to the had a chance if he went into VCJ KNOW PARKER WELL>THAT VJCVJ;: I CCWT CAKE WHAT IT \-
Z5iff 2. 'lh 27 29 29 29.Thingumajigs electorate on his record of ex- politics. Everyone we talked to =y=: lFa.LCW1NG REAPS THE TRANSCRIPT OF SORE AfiOUT CLOSED..THAT X3U WAXT)WS SUSPICION.! TELL HIM 60VERNC THE CASE*.
h perience in the Senate.To said they would like to seeBaker's HIS THE E3APEM CASC,THERE'S THAWHITPYCONYEg5AT10N .' HIM TO FORGET It! IS CLOSEP.PEfaOP11 /
get our campaign under hat in the ring.
.,, / 'Q 33 7/: 3T 33.type Mass,cape way we decided to have a fund- ,To put the campaign in ,.,. JUDGE PARKER, .
// 1/ '// /h 35.Winnows raising dinner at the Quorum swing, we're hoping to arrangea :: JLX RUSHES : ...
3SO J* 37 I" J' 1// 1// 411 Silkworm Club for Bobby Baker. But television debate between Mr. riy. TO THEGOVERNORS -
41 /h 42 Vr// 37.Depend when we called him to ask him 'Baker and Carole Tyler, with ... MANSION I .f 1- '- r I II iFW
43 44
39.Have on if he would attend, he said, Senate Committee Counsel r.., INTERRUPTING 1

5At if" 47 43.42.Wooden Lubricate "Forget the fund raising din- Lennox Polk McClendon as THE60VKNOR5 DINNER PARTY:
ner. How much do need ,
you ? moderator.It .
Z/ UT o "Unsorted This Is typical of the man we would give the voters a Q 52 r --

Par lime 25 Iftlft. M"...,...",.. 3.t'- Ind.flour would like to see head of the chance to decide for them- ':::Jl
great sovereign state of South selves if Bobby Baker isn't the
Carolina. He cannot be bought ,best man for the job. l

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:::. March 16, 1964 GOineSVillii! I II

6 SPECIAL NOTICES 13-Help Male or Female 35 Houses for Sol*

People ..

r: You HILLCREST Memorial Park. Choice, SEEKS a seat on city FOR rent or sale. 3 Bedroom. 1
lot. 2 graves. Call FR 2-0513 bath. CCB house chain ttMk WANT-AD RATESPH.

In the News days.anytime Sunday. After 4 week commission will fence.FR 6-2293.2008 N.E. 16th Ter. Celt

DUE to divorce I have a like competently rep- 3728441for

MIAMI, Fla. (AP-Former new 1964 model Zlg Zag Automatic TALK
' { Vice President Richard M. Nixon Things sewing machine. that resent all the peo-
i: does everything. We would like ABOUT

is in Florida for a week's vacation some one to take up paymentsof ple.
S6.00 per mo. Ph. 372-2051. LOCATION Classified OnlyDEADLINES
with his
r family. SupportJim
Can You wont find e better location
J Nixon, who carried Florida in 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care Richardson than this pre-owned rambler.

. Your children lit the
his can play
unsuccessful race for presi- (pd. odv.) large established yard or near'by

I dent four years ago, told news- TINY TOT at the Metcalfe or Howard Tues. thru Fit papers-.S p.m. Day before pubn
Bishop school playground. 3- For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat

; men in Miami the Republican PLAY SCHOOL'Visit 14-Sales Help Wanted bedrooms alt featuring bu&Mn For ads to go In Mon p&per-1 p.m. Sat.

f \ wardrobes. Wully tiled tub baths
shouldn't write off the
party us and see for yourself. parquet floors thruout. separate Minimum ad 4 lines)
t South this year. 24 SE atn St. FR 4-7806. SALESMAN. Man Interested In In- dining area. S15JOO; $550 down
surance field with auto. Good Includes closing cost. FHA. FAMILY RATES
,t I "The polls indicate that the Buy! PLANNED program awaits your training salary., Phone FR 2-0932. =

! could ore-school youngster at JACK MAM. Friday all day. HUGH Insertion ....._........................................
. Republican party carryno & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. EDWARDSINC. 11 Insertions ............................................*.

Southern state against President Music programs educational EDUCATIONALSALESMAN ............................................?
film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrLj
12 Insertions .. .
t I Johnson now," said Nixon. 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. I Total charge computed by mofftprrfng total' lines x
mother will for OR DIRECT SALESMAN. NE 16th Ave. 15th St. Dedxnunbevofkisertlons.
r "But a lot of things can happen COMPETENT care be able to close sale. Have experience
FR 2-1551
after school.
children. Days or
\ 4 In six months and I feel that Reasonable In my home. 90* In direct sales. Un-
limited Bonified leads. O oor. FOR SALE BY OWNER X2nd
r Florida and no Southern .state SE 1st Ave. 376-4411. Tunlty to earn minimum of 200. Street area 4 BR. 2 bams. V I Five fetter wonts per the

should be written off." WILL care for children In my 00 weekly. Start at once. Write living room and fireplace; hardwood
i home. Infants to 1 year. Good resume Including phone to President floors panelled waRs a>
Hire! references. 215 N.E. 6th St. FR Association of Hems bullt-ins; central heat screened Same as 2 fines
6-5012. Study Schools. 8210 Hickory porch; shaded landscaped yard. 8 Pt. ordinary type
11: Street. New Orleans 1$. LouisIana patio and Bar-B-Q pit service
CHILD CARE. M per week. Baby area. Call 376-5642 for appt. 12 Pt. $am.as3llmo
NEW YORK AP-Sen. Hubert
( sitting 40c: an hour. Anytime. ordinary type
Phone 3727601. FOR SALE BY OWNER NW
t H. of Minnesota
Humphrey 16-Work Wanted Femal. Section. 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB. 4 lines

1 says he would be honoredJiLtheDemocratic WILL BABYSIT In my home any. central heat. built-in appliances. 1 18 Pt.ordInary type
c time, any age child. Phone Large utility room. dbl. carport.
Medical TecnnU
JI party no ....fees 3764147. EXPERIENCED clan desires position with private paved street. on sewer. Small

, him for vice president, but he's ) practicing doctor or labo- down payment. FR 6-4774 after 6 I
: at Sell! ratory. Phone 6-2741. p.m. 24 Pt.es Same as 5 lines

I "not shopping around for new Employment FEMALE experienced _as clerk NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., 2 ordinary type
jobs. typist; credit clerk; figure typist bath. Central heat. central air '.
cond. Northwest. $19.000 Call
clerk. Needs I
Humphrey, appearing at a t( 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED work.and 61961.BABYSITTING posting. 376-2927. TIle Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more

1 Four Freedoms Foundation din. 3 BEDROOM block house for sale. incorrect insertion nor will It be liable for any error In
or light housework 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity Iib rT! to K/ greater extent than the cost of the sr
} ner in New York City in his BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS done. In the daytime cad FR and take up payments. Call FR as Item to the advertisement. No adjust

ot honor, was asked if he considered Earn up to (5 per hour demonstrating 6-4518. = tM be made advertfopa on errors that do not materially effect the
famous Studio Girl
;l 1: himself as a potential candidate Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 17 Work Wanted Male 64930.NEW HOMESPriced I

: for vice president He Or Use or Phone 374-4336 after 6. SUMMER lob wanted will be In from 12.700 to 111.NO .- TIle Gainesville SUIt reserves the privilege of revising
EARN to $50 a week. Full or 1- IIctlng any advertisement
up 5' 10" weight 160 MONEY DOWN VA wtlldI It deems oblectfoMtI
replied: 11th grade change the
No collectIng
part-time. soliciting or old. Good grades. pay only $100 closing classlflc.tlon Of any advertas.n- from
t "No I don't. I'm not a candidate car neccessary. Call FR 6- Will Ibs. 15 do years anything. 3713 SE 14th Best terms FHA dared to conform to the policy of the paper.
1968. Free lifetime Swim dub Membership
A; for a single thing. My in- Terr. Phone 372-7110 ask for
TYPING end general office work. Mitchell.
tention, if I feel as good as I Give education. experience age HUGH EDWARDS ""NII&-"'''", Btt0WflEWW38ee
14 ,
WANTS work. colored boy
and reference. Write P.O. Box
t do now, is to run for re-elec 702 Gainesville, Fla. yrs. old reliable honest. Con- INC.N.E. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses FeIS06
tion." RentTHERE tact by phone FR 21611.
'f MEDICAL Secretary, 35 to 50 yrs. I 16th Ave. & 15th Street

Humphrey has been men- of age $4,300 per year. Minimum 18 Schools & Instructions 3721551BY 4-BR Fla. Rm fireplace partial NW 3 th Terr ;_ _
5 yrs. experience plus 1 yr. A-C walk to schools. ment$450.FHA $91. Ni
$19,500 FHA
tioned .
frequently as a possible
supervisory experience In hospital THE OWNER In closing costs. Will
Idylewilde. J $900 down. 3544 NW 7th Ave.. i
1\\ for or large clinic Will consider BR CCB house tile & out completely.' 4
running mate this year 1 1st Lesson FreeHarvey's bath family owner FR 69048.BEAUTIFULLY ; ii
permanent resident only. Apply CCB
room. Call 3724001 after home. For Ill
If President Johnson. His Senate C. H. Cowles. Bldg. J., U of F. Real Estate 5:30 P.M. kept home. 3 BR. 372-0481.

; in LOOK SS.95 Your watch cleaned LICENSE COURSE Convenient to school a. shopping.
term expires IF plan to build
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE you and would parquet floors like new.
9 Choice plus $3.00 of designs.oolcj THE filled BAZAAR band; 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507. like a custom built home by experienced Lots of closet space. Air-condi An AcreSpringti
377-3727. builders that have fined dishwasher; nice y..ca.SSOO .
1 KANSAS CITY CAP) When WATCH REPAIR. 113 N. MainSt. the time to discuss plans with down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd.
Mr. Otts. FR 6-7137. you call 372-2527 ask for Gene
f\\ the lord mayor of Dublin, Sean 22 Special Services Paramore. We have available FR 2-5943. YOU MUST SEE thll ii
2 SENIOR beauticians. work-
good our SO plans to choose from. 177.14 MONTHLY, VA loan. Lovely custom built. frI-ia s.
Moore, arrived for a visit to YouNo Ing conditions. Group>> Insurance. 'LIKE NEW" That's what you'll Complete financing can be explained 3 BR home with Fla. rnv. Large living room. at

Kansas City Sunday he was Reply Box 375-A Gainesville Sun. say about clothes cleaned at to you right in your own patio & carport. Located In NE screen porch overlook! tt-
Give name & Tel. no. & how AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 home. For appointment call. sect. By owner 3722341.BY ful view of creek f-

greeted at the airport by several long lived In Gainesville Fla. delivery hr. service; AIR-WAY free pickup costs less and THE JAMES CO. OWNER. Hibiscus Park Fin- recreation room over 0.

hundred persons. IF YOU WANT work but cannot M? S.E. 14th St. FR 5-5165. Of Gainesville Inc. ley School Area. 3 Bedroom fin living area. Central alit
J' give full time we have lust Builders of Klngsberry Homes ished upstairs. many other extras.
Fireplace. Phone
Many pushed forward to the thing you need. Call Avon 27 Feed & Fertilizer Ph. 372-2527. nltes 372-7401. FR 2-0992.

Manager, Mrs. Bums at FR 4-BEDROOM 2-bath home closeto UniversityIMMEDIATE
shake his hand.
2-0421. 4 Bedrooms. 2 baths central heat,
town In
nice NE residential
located In N E section. Ala, have OCCUPA*
"My name is Shultz, said IS Dar: FERTILIZER $8.00 per neighborhood In walking distanceto
SECRETARY. part-time for politIcal Phone 376- pool privileges. 376-t835. er moved and Is Niyoufobuythls
yard. $1.25 per bag. Boy's Club and elementaryschool.
one man, "but my mother was candidate. Pleasant personality 5555. Paved 4 I
street city sewer ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 8R. t
college degree preferred. bath. family room. t.
Irish. and utilities. $14.995. with termsto
bath. Price $17,800. $800 down.
Please call only between 1-3 and large Storage lA
Livestock &
28 SuppliesFOR suit buyer. Call FR 2-9714 for
Call 372-2727.
FR 2-0013. available.
"O'Shultz, corrected the lord p.m. appointment to see.
mayor. "We're all Irish today. I SALE. 3 year old Guernseymilk HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- :3 BR 2 bath. Fla Rm.. doM HISTORIC WIN

12 Male Help Wanted cow, .nice bull calf. Fresh- Bath central heat with fire- to school. Llttlewood Estates. Parcels of 3 to 29] -

.e..e.... ened March 11th, $225. 2 year place. NW 47th Terrace. Price $24, 00. Reasonable down pay
to $400
.. .. ROUTE man wanted. Good phy.slcai old Jersey heifer. 1st calf. S190 ment. 920 NW 37th Terr. Phone perattractive
:I. BR
.' ..... condition 21 to 35. Married; freshened Feb. 1st. FR 2-8864.- 1-bath SE 46th Terr.: $ ,5OQ. 372.5738. ter
must be bondable. High school 63226.EXCELLENT
Payments $45 mo.

;tnt.k1I rrid Cie&, education SW 5th St.DELIVERY. preferred. Apply 204 boars 5 months registered old. Phone Yorkshire FR 2-BR$45 per 1-bath.mo.SE 46th Terr. $6300. PARRISHPRESENTS ALACHIREAL'

And also some trade-in Houses.

J '.. .." .?.d.1W pI" .. High man.school Must Ed.be Drivers rnponslble. 6-5345 Call FR 6-7466.

... ..' license' necessary. Opportunity 30 PETS & SUPPLIES NO qualifying. FHA financing. 4
l . Longer fff Advancement In sales & BR.. 2 baths low down pay- ASSOCIATES!

214 NW 13th FR 66472SUBURBIA service. 40( hrs. week. Good pay. CHIHUAHUA puppies AKC reg. 3 man?. 3009 N E 12th St. 372-6590. MEMBER MULTIPLE 3
Reply Box 368-A. Gainesville Sun. beautiful Easter gifts select Arle T. Smith
early. Mrs. Ballentine OVER MOO Ft. plus carport and WESTWOOD AREA Outstanding Mabel L. Gore,
WANTED young experienced repair yours 2005 E. Univ. Ave.CHIHUAHUA porch. :3 BR. and study. 1-V* contemporary 4 bedroom 635 N.E. 1st St. Phone
and salesman In the field bath. attic fan built In drawers home. Carpeted living room. modern -

of audio & record play back STUD SERVICE vanity, and storage galore 80xl kitchen. Solar designed for
equipment. Call 372-1235. 40. Convenient to Metcalf summer and winter comfort. Central
Bishop Parochial Schools. SM McKinniGreed
heating conditioning
DRIVE IN THEATRF HAVE opening for route salesman. DAYS. Mo. V.A. 434 percent. FR 6-2775. of course.
READINGIN Well established route. Prefer Call 376-9029 t a.m. to 5 p.m..
married man. Good physical con and 372-5121 after 6 p.m. & week. 3 LG. BR 2 bath. panelled LR.
:, TONIGHT! dition. Must be bondable. Salary fireplace attached garage. HW LITTLEWOOD AREA Modem
6 commission. Fringe benefits & floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. 3 bedroom. 2 bath masonry home
paid vacation. Apply box 371A. GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC reg- NW near Stephen Foster. $14. 00, in tip top condition. Priced under
IsmffloUs-nbrtprest.I! Gainesville Sun. istered. Pedigreed. X-ray parents. $450 d.p. FR 2-S851. 15000.. Immediate possession.too. ,
4 Guaranteed. FR 6-2380. Dea
MECHANIC to R&R TransmissionsLearn NW SECTION for sale or rent 3
dSfUl tI Rebuilding. Gator Automatic SIAMESE cat. 3 years old. Spay- and 4 bedroom 2 bath. CCB FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom. 2
Transmission Service. 2525 ed female. Beautiful affectionate home. City water lights and bath masonry home on nice. REAL1

Need North Main St. well mannered, $15. Leaving sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone quiet. dead-end street. Two airconditioning Income PropeIf
.the way .\ < town. Call FR 2-6788 after FR 2-3826. units. Very modern
at TV '
WANTED once experienced
you are looking for
5:30. kitchen- 'fy
FOR SALE Woodland Terrace red
homcfIMMMBIU and Pohcfjraph repair man.Salary with Income let
open. Reply to Box 373-A FOR sale purebred Pointer bird wood :3 BR. 1 bath. new wall us sv
this nice .
AREA 3 bedroom story dui
Lovely fly
to wall carpet stove a
refrigerator -
Gainesville Sun."GREYHOUND puppies. Call FR 6-3300.
dog furnished .
shaded lot landscaped 2 bath. centrally heated per hi.corn.
Plus: "The Long Hot Summer"NOW BUS DRIVERS COCKER Spaniel puppies AKC patio. Small down payment. assume and air conditioned home on one .. Good condition j atios. -

Sell Fast WANTED Immediate openingsfor reg. $35. "Little Beauties". Also 15 yr. mortgage. Total of the nicest lots tn Florida Paved streets I ci
men to train as Intercity bus Stud service & grown dogs for $12.900. 521 NW 34th Terr. Ph. Park. Is reasonable. You 3 hi-
drivers. Requirements: sale. Call 481-2362. 372-6060 after 6 P.M. and week- vestlgate before you aS
THE 1. High School education. ends or 3764600 dally. NEW WESTSIDE residential FR 2-3617. -
2. 24 to 35 years of age: HeightS FOR sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male subdivision soon opening. Acre Large Home
I" to 6' 3". Minimum weight and female $50 for both. Call LIKE THEWEATHER tots paved streets. outside city

155 Ibs. Maximum 210 Ibs. FR 6-653 limits. May we tell you more Four B.R. 2 baths kIv'na
14NTHLA1Rf about this restricted area. Room Separate din
character and
3. Must have good FOR sale purebred Beagle pups. ? -
Kitchen 2 car enc
driving record. Experience driving le.
and cross-breed. Cheap price You'll be comfortable In Corner lot Close to -
heavy equipment not neces any RANCHETTE homesltes. too. Ap. Call
James' Kennel. Phone 473-4951 weather In this new 3-bedroom, FR 23617.Schools.
Must rigid physical proximately 10 acres each. Located
2 SMASH HITS! sary.examination: 20/20 vision, un- -Keystone Heights. 2-baths fully air conditioned on Newberry Road. Just Sch(
Krauseor Hugh Edwards home. Built In $500 down S on balance.
SUN corrected Contact C. A. GIVING away 4 puppies. years
kitchen Includes General Electric
What an Important
D. R. Bounds at Greyhound
Show 7:00
6:30. at
Open Orlando Florida 2:00 Call FR 6-8041 oven and range and refrigerator. Is to be close to
See Both Late As 8:55 Terminal Large laundry room. VA FHA
.t P.M. or 7:00 PM. on Satur. M. M'IPARRISH problem Is solved for ,u-
day. March 14; Sunday. March 34 Waterfront Property or Conventional.; Ify with this 4 B.R 3
FIRST RUN S In the Llttlewood
S 15; Monday March 14; or Tues- HUGH -

ROBERT MITCHUM day, March 17. An equal opportunity LAKE LOTS FOR SALE I school area. Call FRjASSOCIATES

30 minutes from Gainesville. F INC. J. Fred Guy VliCol.
with WANT OPPORTUNITYCouch's PalaUca Road. Clear sand bottom AND ASSOCIATES, INC J. W. Davis H. J! irt
business Is expanding.Job lake. Good beach front. NE 16th Ave. and 15th St. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. Jayne Butter
NO. 2 8:55 openings In Sales department moss covered trees. FR 2-1551 Wayne Hill Helen Graham Multiple Listing

SANDRA DEE combination sales office Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish
MINE Personto man. Permanent lob. Experienced Call WALTER STUBBS. INC "INSPECTW 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 NO DREAM-We ca
TV and radio technicians; 376-5394 night for thinking of

COLOR antenna Installers apprentice v YOUNGAMERICA Gold fish Carnelllasti,
repairman or what have you to WINFRED H. CRAWFORD NOW Banana Shrubs In f -t.

offer? Apply In person. Must be Reg. Broker, specalizlng In Beautiful oaks orange w.
STARTS FRIDAYBob able to supply character refer LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE 3659 NW 16TH AVE.A port. two car gar
Hope ADSCLASSIFIED ences. Couch's. 608 N. Main St. AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros. brand NEW 4 BR, 2 bath large living room with] .,,
PersonWANT GR 22981.CLEARED. .
"A GLOBAL AFFAIR" home. Every feature to delight dining room walk .y.
MOVING VAN DRIVERS and help- entire builtIn.1cc. HOMESPRESENTS Nearly 2,000 sq. ft.><
fenced 90 x 200 lot on the family. Pretty
ers local work experience in clear sand bottom lake 25 miles kit. Intercom system double space. 14 minutes fr
desired. but not neces-
moving from town. 11.000 cash. Phone carport. family room one haw vllle. Price-Low. -
sary. Must have good referenceson 3762342. acre lot. Yard sprigged and
past work. Apply In own hand landscaped. More for NEW BRICK IT'S VACANT-Phone Ill
b r-ii-i1; Thru writing to P. O. Box 636. Galnesvllle. BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee $25,000. to see this 3 bedro

Fla.DISHWASHER. River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- 4147 NW 36TH ST. MODELSOPEN home on large hi

Wednesday wanted. apply In 6160. Just outside City. Shaded tot 10 a.m. Til Dark beautiful residential
Wonderhouse Restaurant. 100 x 264 fenced. 3 BR. 2 bath. to schools and shoppij s

person.14 S.W. 1st Street. Behind Real Estate For Sale Den or 4th BR. Cent. heat. Gor- FEATURES : home has large Ffc
extra large kitchen
kitchen. Priced to sell
Sears. Fireplaces
ACADEMY quick at $1.750. range and oven 2
Screened porches
ADS ROUTE SALESMANSealtest 35 Houses for SaleA 607 NW IfTH AVE. Custom kitchen cabinets and many other deal es.tines. .
S. AWARD Priced at $22,0001
foods division has openIng Designed by an Architect. 3 .1, Oversized bathrooms
for an aggressive young 2 bath Ocala block home. Pretty Plus many other custom. financing a va lit We.
man between 24 and 35 yearsof HOME for Florida. Lg. open shaded lot. Florida room. LargeLR features
Dial FR 2-2511 to
age to sell Sealtest Productson living area with walnut panellng with fireplace. Cent. heat.
VA & bedroom 2 bath
an established route. The built-in planters. 24 ft. Patio. laundry room & den. 17. FHATERMS
I man we are seeking Is hardy. sliding glass doors opening onto 500. Good financing can be ar- able N.E. location on
Shows has lived In the Gainesville enclosed covered patio. 3 BR ranged.UNIVERSITY. lot. Included are boB
Daily and dlshwasherJand
for the past 12 months and 2 baths. central
Area. 2 air condit t
3 2:45 6:00 4LINES Dial has a stable employment record.If with Ing and built-in heating.stove eat-In dishwasherand kitchen Walking distance to elementary financed room and ready to]

you meet these qualifications disposal. Close to schools. a. Jr. High S hools. .. Shopping fc DAN BYfASSOCIATI
9:00 apply In person to Mr. Schaffer $22,000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. REALTY
Sealtest Foods. 204 S.W. 5th Week days after 5. FR 6-4945- Churches.YOUNG
St. Gainesville. between 10 AAA. 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351
and 2:30 p.m. Wednesday March 3 BEDROOM home. air conditioned W. M. Monroe. Broker INC.

JOHN ___:18th and Thursday. March Itth. wall to wall carpeting Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank AMERICA Jack: DeYot Br
376.4672 throughout the home. Draperies. Roby. Roy McCann. T. C Doug- Associates:
HOUS'tONTOM 13-Help Mai or FemaleExp. Situated on large wooded lot. las. Jr. Walter Stoddard. E.
: .. Sale price $16. 50. $1,000 down Christine St<

TRYON call 376-1168. Weekdays after < FIRST TIMEADVERTISED HOMESNW FR 2-2511 125 N.W.

secretaries openCashierhostess p.m. Anytime on weekends. Member Multiple 3
..;a7ve 34th & 7th Avenue
.-..u.II NORTHWEST 3 BR.. 2 bath. separate -
10 White housekeeper $25 wit. FOR SALE BY OWN!
Phone 372-7070
Bookkeeper salary open dining Rm. Lg. living room 3 BR pre-owned home completely bath. Ig. Fla. Rm. t
Exp. Waitress salary I comm. playroom. double garage. on reconditioned. Fla. rm., refinished area. Separate living
Announcements Exp. mechanics wooded lot. SpliMeveL For sale parpve floors, ideal lo GLADYS and kitchen. Wall to
Store trainee hi schL grad. by owner. Will trade for smaller cation. An excellent value at SMITH In living room. Gl.
Am4 DAYS Off. trainee. hi schL grad. home. 2227 N.W. 9th PL (Off $1X700. FHA. $550 down Includes door leading to large|

3 LOST fir FOUND Tree surgeon foreman. $2 hr. 22nd St.) closing costs. $400 down. Three bedrooms. two patIoS Fenced In
Auto salesman. Exp.
baths. Wall to wall carpeting.Nice port. and storage a hi
FLORIDA Short order grill man
Insurance trainee $100 wit. lot. Only $13400. Call 372- 12th Terr. lfJOO.
LOST: Reading glasses In case. 4-bedroom and -bed- NE 16th Ave. .. 15th St. 372-324. 5393.
Route salesman. Levy Co. our
Copy Or. Bertram Landers, SPACIOUS HOMES
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. 2-bath CCB homes with
Lake Wood. N. J Call Bertram room GLADYS Charming and different 3 bedroom grounds. We haveat
TODAY AT ONLYa 120 SE 1st Ave. tull.-. electric stove and oven.
Wolpin .t. Prvnrose Inn. FR Phone 376- 234 Central heat. city utilities. SMITH 2 bath home In an established the present tim
I 1:00. 3 :05, 5:12 I 6$32f.LADIES'. Wired for television and tele neighborhood. Fenced yard. to $45,000. -'

White Wallet lost be- CARRIER for morning paper phone. Large yards completely The Azalea Trail that Is Priced at S15,800. Good financing. KITTIE FEI
7:18. 9:24 S2 route. Must have good transpor- grassed. Hazel Heights Is in Gainesville right now. lint our Call 372-5393. Wilbur Bishop. Rca
tween First National Bank I
Post cash bond. For fur'thor with
tation. Equipped
ttie city limits. nights e. weekends
City a lovely sight And doesn'tit
NW 7th PL. Return papers. Re Information write P. 0. sewer lines. close to bus stop. Bargain. Estate with :3 acre
BURTlflNCASTERKIRK ward. Helen Gamer Reed. Phone Box: 114 or. Oil FR 2-4451. Idown payment, conventional make you feet like e new impressive Rambling country home with 2400 EXTRAIg.houseb -
home? Let us show you our
372-0315. loans. Located on Northwest square feet. Only County taxes. 2 near grade fc high
DOUGLAS BOOKKEEPER 40 hour week good 39tn Ave.. west of 13th selection of the finest bedroom. 1 bath guest cottage. line. 1(10 NW 4th N,
has to offer.One .
4 Personaliieo1 Services pay. Must have food knowledge St. Shown by appointment. this City See this one by calling 372-5393. zoned for business.
FREDRIC MARCH of accounting! and be able to phone FR 2-3826. Call FR 6-5472 for i
make all types of dosing Is a quality home In Northwest
flat owJ TA acres fenced Improved pas size 75 x M x 150
special charge monthly statements. Reply Box: N.E. SECTION. For sale by complete with living room.
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention ture. 2 dwellings. $15, 00. Near
_AVA GARDNER_ service for noncommercial 369-A c/o Gainesville Sun. er. 2 bedroom large panelled separate dining room Florida City. Terms. Live In one. rent 113 NW 25th St. Near
to nervous or elderly.
in bedroom
built bedroomS. tile
Florida room. sun-room large BR den.
Easy Way Driving SchooL FR other. To see call 372-5393.
,( Large Landscaped and
users only. and dining area. baths. Air-conditioning central down.lOmo.Frnnat.
2-7002. Lie by State of FU.
with pump. 2 available. .
lot yard heat. FHA terms --
IN GAINESVillE. ITS FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY air conditioners. FHA. $1X000. Phone 373-533 to see this one. GLADYS SMITH -
ODI'S PHARMACY $409 down. S7S month. 1515 N.E. FOR Sale or trade.

Dial lie Cent. Plaza next Winn Dixie fth Terr. FR 2-I62f for appoint. Another Is on a secluded acre Realtor home located In

for prescriptions &, cosmetfa.C Fe TOP QUALITY ment. of land. and liasnOSt home. Northwest unique Multiple Listing St Estate 2g..On bath city RiRm.
and charming
WORKMANSHIP Call 2 BEDROOM home on 34 acre location. Four bedrooms. Call Associates: & living Rm .
SPECIAL NOTICES Modern conveniences. West of 372-533: for an appointment. Ben Griffin' Florence Burns Central heat, builHnj hi.
376-4672 372-6142 Hampton. Owner. M. A. Payne Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon eluding GE dlshwas"
p. 0. Box 626. Starke Fla. 122 West University yards. walk toUOfF&flied1Cal schc
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly Another one Is the ultimate at Phone 372-5393
Dex-A-Olet). New name. same GAINESVILLE Phone 64-3794.. gracious living. Ideal location

STARTS formula jnly We. Canova's Drugstore beautiful grounds. Four bedrooms HOUSE. FOR SALE BY OWNER. t22.700. Down pay
: Direct line to 37 N. MaIn St. UPHOLSTERY $250 DOWN PLUS. This home has everything. 3 bedrooms 2 baThs NW section Immediate occupanc
ti THURSDAY! Make an appointment to see by call after 5:30 p.m. for appoint. 1027 NW 40th Drive.Brothers |
MRS. TURNER has Iud completed 1508 N.W. 13th St. 2 BR frame house located en menu 3761736WESTWOOD 373545night. d
PAUL Want Ad-Visors e study at the Academy of Chef Paulson. Owner NW 12th Terr. ass per month. calling 372-533. __ -
VKranne Woodartf Cosmetic Corp.In LITTLEWOOD
NEWMAN New York. You can earn S40a Fur ESTIMATES NEW3BR1 BATH HOMES GLADYS SMITH Realtor Walking distance\ to schools. SBR. .30R.lbatti.fafl1 1
) week commission by showingthe $500 down $65 month located on Multiple Listing .. 2 baths home In Skyline place. nice yard
Vlvanne Woodard program.For PICK-UP aid SE 45th Terr. Associates: Heights. Study, hardwood floors Lots of shade t
appt rust call Mrs. Turner DELIVERY Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon buWHn range ft even. Cant hood. low equity
PRIZE"I between f AJM. and X P.M. 376.14M Can FR 1-2372 er Fft *#33. Florence Burns Caroline Noyes heat. Shade4 tack yard. can Low Price U4J a-;

er come to 424 N. Mae St. 132 W. University 37493 FR 44M7.


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I 40 Business Properties 47 Houses for Rent Fura. 64 Household Goods ,

I I icZSSIFICATIONrEANNOUNCEMEp Printed Pattern NEW CONCEPTIN I NO DOWN Custom-built Shadow Lawn homes Estates that look .

I SHOPPING CENTER SITE. 12 :3 BEDROOM furnished suburban: MODEL HOME custom-built. U yon are tired
ACRESI 1400 ft. paved. An In- home. Plenty of room. close to of borne with that sub-divi.
I vestor's dream at 40000. Terms. 7 SIZES 12H-22J4 schooL Available April 1st. $120 I FROM DISPLAY OFFICE RENTALS PAYMENTNew ion look see
: per month. Call FR 24957. L. J. '
1. Are present management Oliver .
Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St.
i I la Me.orta_ Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. :3 BR 2 full tile baths. FR 28b
too high
J = I Cart ., TbaU I1Wa.ted' .. B.. FURNISHED home 2 BR 1 mile ROOMSFurniture 2.expenses Is your present space too Fla. Rm.. Central heat. $115 West oa NW S9tk *,.. past .
I Lost .. P.... a KacMaery .. T.... 250 FEET past Stengel Field. For further small'"? per month. the Glen Sprint Intersection. -
Ii! PerMaaUlet I.nfees a BUU4If Materials Information call FR 6-1467. l appliances consisting left.
beginning secretarial services 372-9569 See sign oa
N.YY. 13th Street 3. Are your
E I Travel Inhrm&tM. $4 Hi.ieh.1d G.... Fronting on of 2-pc. foam rubber nylon I
S Ipeclal N.U... es A.U.... at N.W. 14th Ave. Readyfor J ( LAKE WINNOTT 1 BR house. covered sofa & matching chair Inadequate
i .7 F1.rlit. Mlle. Pr lale developing. A real buy. Call Suitable 1 or couple $40 mo. 2 step tables & matching cocktail This new concept will bring

S Ball Iltlen.' aD4 Can n Th42g Pasta 372-4351 for details.University Lights Included. Good water. C. table with plastic finish, 2 added profits to your present
is' .Iaces T., G. ADt U ArUele. Wut.4 Realty : : Horwitz. 4 mi. So. of Melroseon tall decorator lamps with eye business. Our new modem facilities -

Things T. Ie. .. ....1 on a. "' .... Rt. 21. saver shades. Beautiful gold mist will provide secretarial HOMES E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
'II Boa" M&rtn 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 bedroom suite double dresser service phone service. central
I 11 Csinp.H..t.pi.7S .EIp. S ROOM house. separate den on with large titling mirror master heat and air conditioning and Built to your plans and speci JR.
AUTOMOTIVE 0ttIe. FOR SALE OR LEASE 16 ACRES. bus line. $70 mo. 780 N.E. 23rd size chest, large double bed. morel Rentals from $S3 per fications. Built anywhere In ,
Alrplu. Ialel-teatas. 'II Eq.Ip.pt with I acres zoned business. 500 if Blvd. Complete 5 PC. chrome dinette month Up. Call Les Jackson.FR Alachua County.TOMMY I I Homes Lots. Income. Business -
77 )1.bi. Bo... ler lale Mulcal Mercbaadl,. ft. hwy. frontage. 3 bedroom set 1964 Admiral refrigeratorwith 6-6461. or see at 2910 NW and Lake Property.
= 'II Trucki for lab. furnished house. INTERESTED? full width freezer & crisper 13th St. RIDGELL Farms and Arreaee.E. .
71 Traclla Wanted Call 2- 957. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn shelves In door and dairy BUILDERSCall !:. C. "CURLY KUEHN. Jr.
10 Traeien Track Itcatall REAL ESTATE FOR SALE bar deluxe range with thermostat 638 N. MAIN ST.
i I n Tr.Uer ]teat&Js LOOKINGFor controlled oven. roll out FR 2-4125 FR S-20M Broker FR '-'S<<
U M.tercJde. .. Ie..ien J3 Lot. for lale UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. broiler. This furniture has beenon
$4 A.tea.lln. ]tepa.... It Waterfront Pnper17 business space? City block fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th display only. Everything new OWN YOUR
IS A.tea.bUel for labs IS B..... Por IaIoEO with large concrete block build- Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372. & guaranteed. Regular price COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT
I' swap ears M CeU.e. F.r Silo ing. Ideal for most any type 8932. $998, now only
t i n teal Ed.to Ezckaag.dEDUCATVJHAL business. 1111 S. Main. Call Mrs. -

:: bat Eatato Wanted Jones FR 63583. FORDYCE $499No
Oil ., Town For Information BUTLER BROS.
U Fr.ptrt7
a lellooll laatnctloa RESTAURANTBUSY 3 BR. 2 bath. home completely
b Mtste Ducla 41 B.sta.g. .repertleo redecorated. Available Mar. money down payments $4wk.
Restaurant. Busy Town. tl
E to n Besld..UaI Ine ms Immediate credit & deliveryor University Park
WutecJ-b.tncUea $150 per month. Call
Busy Location at Highway 21 & will hold in
n Ysri Acrea,. storage at no
U Coloret Pro rty 100 In Keystone Heights. Fully FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. Apts.Box 1964 Paradeof
EMPLOYMENT equipped. Will consider terms to charge.NATIONAL
n Work Wanted fabo RENTALS responsible parties. Contact owner 924 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1236. 11025Ft.

n II Work Wanted Yemalo at Keystone Restaurant. Keystone ((5 FURNITURE WAREHOUSE Lauderdale, Fla.
It Sales Help Wanted Heights. FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bam built-in 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 9-2561
U -
U Belp-M.I. or 1".1. 45 Cottages FanaJaJae'Soc As Rest. :; kitchen. corner lot. 2 blks. from Open Dally 9-9 Sat. 9-6. Sun. 12-4 Home Values

U Ri!. Help Wanted 4. tJalunalahet Aptg -. 42 Farms & Acreage Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 Jacksonville. Fla.
NE 15th Terr. -
Dramatso $125 per month.Call
f1 B.. 'l"i'
ses for Rent Pars. .
n 11 Feaal. Help Wanted f. Bo.... for Rent t1a1U11o 3725738.
n 41 Rooms for Rent BR CCB 3622BEACH 3 & 4 Bedrooms
RURAL PROPERTIES 5 : < NW 2 house. stove & re- McCOY'SSPECIAL
Hotel Rooms frig. Quiet street near schools.
E 21 Ft.,.. Elp"eDI 11 Mlae. Bell tall ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. .t- avail. immed. Ph. 2-0341 or 376- BLVD.IN .
e n Peed FerUlber IIA Wanted T. Rest Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy Fla. i 4867 after 6 P.M. Palm View Estates
B U Livestock I. Supplies 52 Boarders Wanted Ph. 466-3120
= II LandscapIng Top Ion IS OffIci Desk Ipaee ( :3 BR. 1 bath block house. LocatedIn Storage Warehouse
SO Pots .. Supplies U B.sto.sa Jtutala 220 ACRES. 16 miles from Gaines Newberry. Fla. $SS month. SMALL OFFICE BLDG.For .
E II Lhut.ck Wanted ville. 3 lakes. fenced at corner FR 2-1865. 4 sale size 24x32. Has to I Fernwood ManorWestmorland
of two paved roads. Approx. 60 be moved from present loca
== SERVICE acres Bahla. Limestone base. 2 BR CCB house. stove & ref. tion. Can be used as small
fi FINANCIAL $40,000. Terms available. write Conv. to bus & elem. school. 1022 ROOMS FURNITURE home. Price $1290.00 Call Cer- S Estates
Ie Bsslness OpportgnlUu %: SpecIal Services owner. Margaret Miller. 1001 NW 31st Ave. Ph. 3723341 after & APPLIANCES old or V. Q. McCoy. FR
11 Moaey t. Lou 23 B...
I..r..eala 5 P.M.
Highland Ave. Largo. Fla. -3361. Office corner N. Main
n 58 Mortgages Z4 Ba'" .. TT lonlco RepossessedBecause and 23rd Blvd.Norwood Minimum
FHA Down
E U Money Wanted 21 App1l&De. a. hnattare 40 ACRES. suitable for cattle 1 209 SE 48th Street. rent or sell
mL West Hawthorne. $100 per 3 BR frame, near school. Outside of family troubles |lust'
IUItBllllllllllll/ftttttffi1/ acre. Terms. Call anytime. city. Clay Power. 376-2937. I come In & take over payments tI'1tH1I1II11IIIII1II1I1I1I1III1I1I1I1111IIIIIIIIIII1IIIII' IIII1!!
on entire houseful. Consists of a VA- Nothing DownAsk
ERNEST TEW REALTY :3 BR HOUSE 1 bath living rm I
35 Houses for Sole 35 House for Sole 9331 beautiful 2 pc. living room suiteIn I
I 2910 N.W. 13th St. FR 6-6461 kitchen & hall. Located In Fair. nylon sofa makes Into bed

RETREAT FROM THE HEATTo banks on Grocery.U.S. Rt. 1. Inquire aSteve's also matching club chair w-solid about our paint your own home for

NEW :3 bedroom CCB. $8.995 CLOSE to schools. 3 Br. IVt bath country living In Los Trancos lnt i1T1f1 \- .. foam cushions. 2 decorator I down
$450 down. S45 month. Phone I I carpeting many extras In this Woods. 2.4 Acres for only $365 AVAIL. April 1st. Univ. and Fin- lamps 2 step tables. In margolite Hope I payment.
495-2441 Archer. good home. 16000. 719 N.W. 19th down. Paved road frontage. ley Area. 3 bedroom, living with matching cocktail table. In
Lane. school busses. utilities. Drive room dining room, kitchen the bedroom massive double "H"
I BR. 2 bath beautiful blond Look leaner taller In a swift. dresser with tilting mirror chest I
i west on Newberry Rd. turn right to-sew sheath with no waist seamsto equipped. $85 mo. FR 6-2693. Drive west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model
hardwood floors. Obi. carport. of drawers & bookcase head-
SR 241. Watch for the sign on We Trade Homesor I
fenced back yard. Lovely Idyl.I ExceptionalBEFORE Interrupt the smoothly gliding :3 BEDROOM 1 bath $125 Mo board with sliding panels for Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.
wild area. Down payment $1400. right. line. Choose shantung Dacron Must lease for 1 year. 304 N.W. your clock radio all done In Property
Florida Since 1906"Ralph
:I Good financing. overall price YOU BUY you MUST "Selling Realtor faille. 36th Terr. Phone FR 6-3848. exotic Sahara Mist finish. Sec !3
4: $13,500. $85 per mo. 5.25 per cent SEE this Immaculate 3 bedroom ond bedroom has twin maple
Mortgage. 3821 SW 20th St. home located In FOSSEY Printed Pattern 9331: Half Sizes 3 BR. masonry home with gas beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 pc _rnrnnnniaseflllffiiw03llB!
FR 23001. residential a very neighborhood.Front desirableNE 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 12. 14V*. 16. 18W. 20. 22'. range $85 per mo. John Merrill dinette set with formica top BUTLER BROS. Builders
screened porch oak floors. Member Multiple Listing Size 16tt requires T>A yards 39-Inch Realtor 372-1494. table & 4 foam padded chairs. I The following are ready for ;
Admiral with : ,
fabric. refrigerator cross occupancy.
attached beautiful ACREAGE FOR SALE
garage shrubbery 2 BR. partially furnished house.
top freezer shelves In door &
FORDYCEWROUGHT trees and corner lot make FIFTY CENTS In coins tor this 1220 N.W. 21st.. Ave. Call 372- dairy bar. 36" with oven i 3707
range NW
21st PI. MATT Sales
this well MEADEN.
kept property a REAL 107 Acres 4 lakes. 8 rm. house I 8657. Manager
BUY at 10000. ONLY :3 per cent with Ig. sleeping porch pa"em-add 15 cents for each pattern broiler and storage drawers. =i 4 BR. 2 bath $800 dn. $107 i iI g
I DOWN plus Closing costs. CALL 10 Acres on Willlston Cut-Off. for first-class mailing and Orig. price $1,019.3) I per mOo
US NOWI 10 Acres on NW 39th Ave. I special handling. Send to Marian 49 Rooms for Rent BALANCE DUE ONLY Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-904.8

Iron and a oeJ ramee 320 Acres near Archer $100 per Martin Gainesville Sun. Pattern i 1021 NW 40th Dr.
I this I lovely home. 00 sq. Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New NICE room. close In. Private entrance $267No 03 ,
$200 DOWN-3: bedroom masonry acre. i 3 BR. W bath, $COO dn. $ 9.50 i 03
York 11. N.Y. Print plainly
ft. provides a gracious 4 bedroom all channel antenna. Off
home with oak tile
floors. bath 460 Acres near Campville $240 per mOo
home with space to 'grow carport. fenced NAME. ADDRESS With ZONE, street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd money down. $2.50 week. Ask I
backyard and acre.
In. Air conditioned and centrally per SI7? and STYLE NUMBER. Place. FR 2-2582. for Brock's furniture In storage
heated. Call today as It has paved street. ONLY S11,400. No 80 Acres NW 39th area $360 per 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. i ii

lust been listed. S27.SOO. FOR. QUALIFYING NECESSARYI acre. YOUR FREE PATTERN IS ROOM for rent. private entrance. 50 i 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.

DYCE 8> ASSOCIATES INC. Excellent new listing for those 30$450 Acres acre.- near NW 39th Ave. READY choose it from 250 design $10 a week. See before 1 p.m. atNATIONAL S i 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn. $68
per ideas In new SPRING- 1015 NE 10th Ave.
374-1234. per mo.
Interested in INCOME PRO- 20 Acres on Archer Rd. $650 per SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust | j
PERTY. Three NICE gentleman Furniture e
bedroom. one acre. quiet room. pre
: NEW LISTING bath house with attached two 17 Acres On NW 39th Ave. $1200 out morel! Dresses.Send SOC sportswear now. coats. ferred. Telephone & carport. Call 303 & 313 SE 38th Sr.

Nestled In tall trees Is this bedroom one bath apartment. per acre. 376-6571, before 1 p.m. $10. Warehouse 304 & 314 SE 39th St. g

lovely air conditioned 3 bedroom. Both furnished. Call us for Information week. e i 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $64 03

2 bath home Charming living on this fine pro- Call W. H. Buchannan with John 45 Furnished Apts. CHEERFUL clean comfortableroom. 3622 32 j per mOo !03
room fireplace. delightful
Merrill Realtor. 3721494. Housekeeping privilegesFew e 031B1BB \
Florida room. large dining room
= !
blocks from Campus. Day.
and built-in kitchen. Call ,FOR. 108 ACRES
2-BEOROOM furnished Week. Month. FR 60410.A .
JOHN garage or
DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. 278 acre tobacco allotment apartment; 405 NW 10th St. Beach Blvd.Next The following are under construction -
374-1234. paved road. old house In Ques- Phone FR 6-5924. COMFORTABLE front room. 3 and will be ready
MERRILLRealtor tionable condition. near Santa windows off street parking gentleman So. gate Plan FL '-25 BLACK ACRESA Fe and Lacrosse. Price $16,750. 1 BEDROOM air conditioned only. Call FR 6-5953. OPEN DAILY.'; SUNDAY 12-4 g Your Good Luck Starts
very low down payment will 29 per cent Down and 10 years furnished apartment. New home. Jacksonville Florida 3225 NW 29th Ave.
buy this pretty home. Three at 6 per cent Int. Ph. FR 6-2472- Apartment ilL 1216 S.W. 2nd QUIET. desirable. In private and 4 BR, 2 bath, $850 dn. $112
large bedrooms. two baths. separate Warner W. Weseman-Realtor-1113 Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. Convenient to University 65 == per mo.I' .
town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace.
1 block from Occu-
I dining room. Florida PHONE 372-1494 N. Main St. campus. Call FR 6-5368. 6-2100. When You Visit A
pancy by February 25.
r room. large living room and ASSOCIATESMARCELLA 3224 NW 29rh Ave. R
3-MODERN houses on 39 acres of
most attractively arranged floor PARDIW. land. Young pine timbers. Land WANTED 1 girl $10 per week or COMFORTABLE room close-In ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call is 3 BR, 2 bath $750 dn. $102 23
plan $21400. Contact FOROYCE H. BUCKHANNANj. suitable for strawberries. Located 2 girls $15 per week. to share maid service. use of phone 372-6310. per mo .
L & ASSOCIATES INC.. 376-1234. 2 Br. home with young divorcee. reasonable. 622 NE 2nd St. Multiple Listing Realtor
from Starke SRw.
7 ml. on
bookcase. 42" by 84".
w. Call Jack Carter. Lake Butler Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mon. Phone 376-1423. two drawer base six shelves. -03 BwllImnmllJBnmIn=1:=1
DOGWOODblooming thru FrL. or anytime week-ends.
NICELY furnished rooms convenient original glass. Call 372-9574. 5
Is of the FOR RENT124SE7thSr.
t one many EFFICIENCY 732 NE to town & Univ. Prefer
3rd Ave.
will find In this attractive
r features :3 you bedroom..2 bath home. KirkpatrickAIRCONDITIONED All util. except gas for cooking businessmen.FR 6-5981.S SW 10th St. 66 Misc. For Sale I I J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, Realty
& Phone
heating furn. $60 mo. McKInney -
I An air of comfort Is added In McKinney-Green-Deaton University Realty
for the Green Inc. FR 23617. 3BRlBath
the living room by a cozy fire sum- ROOMS for men. Weekly maid John Merrill Agency Alachua Assoc.
mer weather that is on the 40 acre tract. beautifully 1 Year Realty
wooded. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Lease $100
place. And a large Florida room $45 CLEAN efficiency. service. Linens and refrigerator per Mo.
way. Entry hall. lovely large southwest of town. $165.00 pay year. Tom Dobson Agency Arnold Realty
h In which to spend your leisure only ly. save more than V4. Private furnished. 3721185. Chairs. low as $8. No money
U hours. Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES living room dining room. famIly an acre. A beautiful ranch with bath and entrance. Beautyrest down low as $5 per month. I mqIffqpfl0fflffff1ffl8lflfflllIfBF8IWIALL Wilbur Bishop. Realtor Dan Byrd Agency

INC. 374-1234. room with tile floor three magnificent pastures. water tobacco mattress. Close in. Also unfurnished 51-A Wonted To Rent Free estimates. pickup and delivery I M. M. Parrish & Associates Arch Campbell Realtor
bedrooms. two tiled baths.
sky peanut allotments and service. All work OUR E
guaran- HOMES
room $25. Ph. 372-2324. ARE Fordyce Associates Red Franks. Real Estate
Reasonably timber. at $165.00 an acre. a teed. Phone 376-7786. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
priced. located In popular real buy on today's market. Also EFFICIENCY furnished apart is! SEEING ANYTIME IF- :: Warner Weseman Ralph Fossey
FORDYCEAssociates Anglewood. and ready for other listings available from ment. With TV antenna comfort. :3 or more bedrooms 1 or more CASE Coke dry box with lift l is! YOU WILL JUST CALL ; Gladys Smith Realty
your occupancy.LITTLEWOODWestwood. $75.oo on up. Tell us what you able. For a couple. Call 376-1748. bathroom unfurnished house. Call doors on top. Just like new. Cost I 3 i 1123 SE. 4th STREET
want and we'll get It.FORDYCE. FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week. S486-fIrst $200 gets it. 2 baseline l i FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 Gainesville Multiple Realtors
area. FUN LOVING BACHELOR wants days. or all day weekends. Toro golf carts good for Ig. 3 Listing
I Four bedrooms. two baths. living & to share apt. with same. Air 'manufacturing plant or lumber e

room family room. par- conditioned. Call John FR 2-6404 54 Business Rentals yard transportation or for golf
quet floors. Priced at $15,250.00FHA ASSOCIATES, Evening-FR 2-8433 days. course use. Cost on these were -- - --

Inc. evaluation with $14.750.00 $1,325 ea. Sell one for $500 one
loan possible for 30 years. INC. 1 BEDROOM trailer. quiet. prlv. for $300. Phone 372-0961.
ate. Good for student or work. WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located
MULTIPLE LISTING FOUR BEDROOMS. two baths 926 West University Avenue Ing person. $50 month. Phone at 620 S. Main St. Call GIRL'S heavy bicycle for $20. Call
j 376-1234 JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR
\ Mrs. Grace Fordyce. Broker are In this modem Libby Heights FR .29838.DUPLEX 2-1494. FR 6-2444 or FR 6-8870.

Mrs. Mary Moeller. BrokerMr. home with a large separate FOR SALE 23 acres on Hwy. 441 clean modern 2 Br. AIR CONDITIONER Carrier. Like If Your
E. W. Moeller. AssociateMr. dining room. The delightful In East Alachua. Phone 4621471Call private yard 2060 N.W. 34th Ave. $125 MO. new 9,600 BTU. Used only July-
Harvey Benton. Associate living room with sliding glass after 6 P.M. No Sunday $82 mo. Phone evenings 376- NEARLY new modem office or Sept. 63.. $150. Call FR 6-0141.
tU West University Avenue doors leads out to a lovely calls please. 7883. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave.
376-1236 patio setting of shade trees. Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty. FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant
shrubs and flower beds. A- 43 Colored Property UPSTAIRS 2 BR furnished apt., 1113 N. Main St. formica counter and 26 stools Is
menities Include central heat LR.. kit.. tile bath Front & equipment. Complete fountain Family
FREDARNOLD and a modem kitchen with back entrance. Downtown sec OFFICE space for rent Univ. and short order equipment. 52"
dishwasher and disposal.This HOMES FOR SALE tion. Ph. FR 6-3179. Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c Call FR 2-07J9 or 29207. Mr. '
Is all yours In the 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & per SQ. foot. John Merrill Realtors Page.
$25,00000 price range. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay 1 BR duplex furnished apt. $65 372-1494 \
GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance Growing
ment. Some small down pay- per month. Phone FR 2-0337. :
J. W_ ment. Monthly payment $57 to 56 Business OpportunitiesHAVE for your old costly to .
S65. Also homes built on your ROOMY 1 BR living Rm.. kitchenette operate electric water heater.
KIRKPATRICKREALTOR lot for no down payment.Call private bath & private en- Hot water at about half your ;
REALTORECONOMY TOMMY RIDGELL trance. No pets Apt. 208. 204 2 PRIME BUSINESSES. Atop present cost with our LP gas. 7;
Builder Phone FR 2-4125 NE 5th Ave. Phone 372-8855. notch' Service Station. also Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer I EXPAND
Member of Multiple Listing General Store doing fine and Road. FR 6-5110.
31 N. Main Phone 372-8404 2! ROOM furnished apt. for rent growing daily. ASKI ARCH
ASSOCIATES 44 Cottages for Rent $45 per mo. Adults only. Call CAMPBELL REALTOR. Phone HI-FI beautiful console. automatic,
Flove Mathiasen Irene Bunnetl 4722271 Newberry. Fla. 376-5707 ANYTIME Garrard record player. 2 speak _
bedrooms 1 bath concrete Capt. A. w. Reece. USN. Ret. ers. Sell for $50. Phone 372. ; to anH.C.M.
with large screened BEDROOM. kitchen & utilities FURNISHED apt. for rent with 4626.DUOTherm
block home furnished. $40 a month. Applyat
living room, kitchen bedroom. Merchandise
porch. Northwest location. 11.000 37 Real Estate oil heater with fan
ExchangedFOR City Service station. Highway tile bath & air condition. Tel N
month. Full
doWn and $4S per 441-south across prairie. FR 29569.SUMMER electric range with rotisserie.
price $9,000.HARD. 61 Wanted to Buy Also old doors and windows $2-$3 Home!
sale. or trade for farm or FURNISHED :3 rooms & bath. :3 special. 1 & 2 Bedroom each. Ph. mornings FR 2-1917. .
TO FIND acreage small house of 2 Br. miles from courthouse. For married apartments. well furnished. quiet
& bath with green aluminum sld- couple or single person. location couples only. no pets. WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture ASSUME payments 11 cu. ft. upright
Split level with only 1450 down Ings. like new. Near NW. 39th $SS per month. Inquire 31 N. $100 per mo. U J. Moratto 2505 stoves refrigerators freezer. Payments $15
and JW.52 a month payment. In- Ave. a. 19th St. If Interested. Main or call FR 2-8404. NW 6th St. Phone 24957. clothes radios TV. etc. Call monthly balance $150. Like new
eludes dishwasher and disposaL call FR 2-3251 After 4 p.m. FR 2-3937. condition. Phone FR 6-4468.

TIIrH a"bedrooms easy walk aftd to school.QUALITY two .baths 3 BR. 2 bath built-in kitchen. In 45 Furnished Aprs. 2 couple.BEDROOM On Archer frailer.Road.Single Priced or WANT to buy U.S. & foreign WILL swap vnc. coins or mint Our three and four-bedroom homes are designed for growing
and coins. old & stamps for cut glass and old
new. Rebel
need of home In Gainesville.Will very reasonable. Mrs. Gasklns. Stamp
consider equal trade or FR 2-3829. & Coin Shop. 80 w. unlv. Ave., picture frames. Phone 376-1938. families! Plenty of closet and storage space, and, our spacious
SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bearoom Gainesville. Fla.
2 bath masonry I evenings something&smaller.weekends.Call 620 622-3322 Fisher furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd 3 ROOM furnished apt. $50 per 30" KENMORE electric range 2 landscaped lots provide plenty of room for outdoor activities.The .
j bedroom Dr.. Ocala. i St. $70 month. Phone FR 6- mOo 17 NE 13th St. Phone 2-0374. 64 Household Good yrs. old Like new. $85. Call
hOme with screened porch and I Ii 5270. 6-1045. resident-restricted Swim Club and Community Center will
neighborhood. i
terrace. Excellent FIRST floor furnished apt.. private
LaVe built-in kItchen. centralheat. 38 Real Estate Wanted NICE 2 bedroom furnished apart bath. electricity hot & cold TRICYCLE for sale for S3 9$. 326 be a hit with the entire family too. (Membership is free with
Situated on attractive landscaped ment. Living room, dining water. $12.50 per week. 106 NW T-A-G APPLIANCES SW 12th St. P1%. FR 6-9631.
tot on paved street. room. and kitchen. Lights and 3rd Ave. Tested and Guaranteed of H. C. home)
WANTED RIGHT NOW water furnished. Private bath 42 Refrigerators from $39 op CHILD'S desk, solid oak. 3 draw purchase an M. Inspect our models now-

SI'OOO- My client needs up to 200 acres and entrance. 4-blodcs to cam 1 BR apt. furnished on Mlllhopper Ranges from $39 up ers. 20 x 46 x 26". Chair $15. from $12,500
and all
prices to $17,250 VA
good .ca"'e' land In this general pus. $75. FR 2-9704 or 29195. Rd. Water & lights furnished. 17 Washers from $19 up Boy Scout uniform 13. Cub range plans are _and
ELEGANCEwall area. Must be reasonable. will Phone 3729976. S Dryers from $49 up scout pants $1. FR 6-7014 FHA approved.

wall carpeting In large pay cash. Write Bart Pitcher. EAST SIDE 2 Food-Freezers from m up
to Broker 422 W. NEW apartment. Available now. 2 Dishwashers
Efficient Chrystal Drive from SAt up ,
uutna and dining rooms.steel. sinks. Sanford. GARDENAPARTMENTS 3 BR. 2 bath, with central A.C. 10 TV Sets from $35 up McCOY'SMacoma
kitchen with stainless and Also 1 Br. with A.e:. 315 N.W. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. ..

oven-dishWasher.Beautiful built-in wooded range lot. Un- 39 Out of Town Property __19Th Lane. FR 6-2892. 419 NW tttl Ave-Pn. 372-5303 Homes, .

dir $40.000. $57 per month upGainesville's 46 Unfurnished Aprs. APT. size gas stove, perfect condition Inc.For
6 ACRE wooded lot. 200 fr.-on $29; 36- Maytag gas HIGHLAND COURT
A1.... 35 ml. N. of Daytona Finest range $45; DBU chest $12-50 5 Sale very attractive 3-

ARNOLDREALTY Beach near Marloeland. Call Furnished or unfurnished FIVE rooms and bath downtown drawer chest $t; bunk: beds less bedroom 1-bath borne. 4817E. ?3id. MANOR
372-2343 after 5 P.M. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart area. Water furnished. $60 month. mattresses $15 Simmons hide-a !. University Ave.i walkingdistance A
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- No pets. FR 2-44J1 or FR 2-1633. bed $22JO; oak dinette set $20; to Lake P.rest .
COMPANY 40 'Business Properties; 608. elec fry pan $4; deep fry $4; Schools. Price $11.500. $500 ; _$ 1't-'t_:. '
Multiple Listing Member 47 Houses for Rent Furo. metal wardrobe $7; sofa bed 27. down and $73.50 per month. N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace
121' W. UnJv. Ave. 372-3.522 FURNISHED :3 bedroom. bath. 50. W* buy and sell all kinds Can Gerald or V. Q. McCoy
AsSOCiates: Pete slog OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. Water furnished large yard. For domes shoes and household Jr. Day FR C-7290. nIghts FR Bui.dersand Develope. 372-3471
I Jane CaldWell Wayne Mason Main St. Formerly occupied by working couple. NW. 31st Ave. LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom Items. Free delivery Phone 8-5015. Office corner N. Main
Jim Sl\ePC'Drd F. W. Hodge Associates Discount. Call 372-7470 I and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th houses. month or year. Mathewson 6-0850. Pauline's. 142S E. Unlv. 'JI'l 23rd Blvd.
Charlie Mayo Bob ICaikman or 372-4065. Terrace. Call FR 64817.IKNOWTHE Manor. Call 475-2911. Ave. .

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U-4.h.. vacuum cleaners. floorniters. one bedroom house trailer $750. 1 Mi. N. on 441 '
In good condition. JI15vp. Can be rented. Phone 3764234:
Marine polish to be used on Monday to Friday to 5. at City Limit Sign
Kirby Sales & Service. FR
"'1I1L after 5, FR 6-1117. 712 .3 fibre glass plexiglass chrome CALL 372..5113
N. Main St. and Reg. marine$2.95. Special finishes.$1.48 Pint Save size. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE WE TRADE PROMPT I (Includes Heater) 51995 00


, Double stack complete. Nothing To BURFORD'S LEATHERETTE 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van-
else to buy. 115. Brants. CREME type truck. Has been serviced these qualities are 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
__513 N.W. 8th Avenue. completely on monthly sched
Reg. $1.25. Special .65c. Save Me. at:
ule. $700. FR 2-8441. GAINESVILLEAUTO
4 hf saws $89.95. We repairall Lubricates, prevents rust and EXCEPTIONAL bargain 1963 heavy SALES Poole-Gable Motors
chain saws & lawn mowers. ReachPeople penetrates. Reg. $1.89. Special duty Ford. econ. van. i monthsold. B&GMOTOR
Chain saw rentals. McCulloch 9Sc Save *442MAN 1930 NW 2nd Ave. Phone 1007 N. Mai St. (
Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton LIFE RAFTSelf FR 2-2534. Phone FR 2-6313 the Best Dodge-Dart-Dodge
, dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR CO. 119 S.E. 1st
6-3411. inflating 500 Ib Bouyancy. Northcentral Florida Are. 372-4343
t 3* x 5'4". Use for fun or safe 80 Tractors fir Truck Rentals

, WROUGHT Iron & glass tables & ty. Reg. $98.50 Special $49 Save Largest Authorized Cadillac .

I chairs, 1 yr. old $57. See at $39.50 plus a life or two (Possible Independent Dealer Oldsmobile Dealer -;.--- ----- ..
RENT truck
Gatehouse Restaurant ). a one-way anywhere
eveningsCall BAIRD'S MARINE In the USA. from United Rent-
4-5843. Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-2835. New Cars:
,k ReadyTo 601 S. Main St. FR 2-4531 63 RamblerClassic 115 S.E. 2nd S*.
cordlo Special by Wilcox-Bay 59 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 4-dr '660, automatic:, FR 6-7515
model excellent cond MO. Esceilent 72 Office Equipment TIME air conditioned. heater, power
for parties speeches high, steering, like new in and out. Used Cars:

school 372-9410.student. Call Gary Williams GAINESVILLE'S largest volumn ALLSTATE very good.compact Best offer motorscooter will takeit. FR 2-1411 $2395 2001 N.W. 13th $t.,
office supply dealer Chestnut'sOffice
1/ Call FR 4-0374. FR 6-7515
Equipment Co. Invites you Courtesy Of
USED Easy spinner-type wash- to come in and shop or call for 963 DUCAT Bronco. Excellent con .
Ing machine. Very good condi Buy free delivery. Chestnut's Office dition. 1211 N.W. 10th Avenue. University Chevrolet 63 Rambler4dr t

.1 _tion. $60 Call 6-5907 after p.m. Equipment. In Downtown Co. 106 W.Gainesville.UniversityAve. FOR SALE 1964 Honda Hawk N. Main St. at 16th Ave.VOLKSWAGEN. Classic '440' station wagon

NEW DINETTE SET solid maple. Motorcycle 250 cc. Like new automatic: heater. Individual
drop leaf with glass top. 4 chairs reclining seats. Very very low
$575. Call FR e-2516 after 6:00
with foam chuslons. Vt price. 73 Musical Merchandise P.M. mileage. NEWI Ford

_$73. 376-3520. Use $2495 I Falcon

way from carpets and uphols Of Christmas Left overs. All I Fairlane 1964 fiAT 600D2DR.
tery. Rent electric shampooer new organs. Savings up to 30 62 RAMBLERCUstom I
$1. McDanlell Furniture Co. T-Bird I
Gainesville Shopping Center. Person per cent. Earl's Piano Co. Your cars pep & power show 4-dr. Sedan. automatic SEDAN
702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 up with a tune-up at BROWN'S radio.i heater. air conditioned S .
LESS THAN WHOLESALE Hammond -I SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed power steering. Individual Ford
ORGAN used. spinet
NEW used and rebuilt electric recapping & wheel alignment. MILLER- reclining seats. A beautiful I
and manual adding machines. with tone cabinet. Bar- 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310. carl Trucks sl199Exchonge

standard typewriters and port To gain $795. Gridley Music BROWN $1695 Used
abies. Check writers of all types. Co. FR 2-5353. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 'II'.OZED I
We buy used equipment of all 1030 E. Univ. e" I
Types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR Cars with
2-0943 day or night. CADILLAC 1962 convertible full FR 2-3582 62 RAMBLERAmerican any car

-tARBIE TYPE doll clothes. prlc- PersonWanl Automotive power 81 air. $500 for my equity, 4-dr station wagon. Get TOTAL you can drive on the lot.

ed lower than commercial assume balance of less than SV radio heater, an extra nice PERFORMANCESHAW Features at NO additional Cost:
000. See at 3465 NW 1st Court.
ethers mad* en request. 372-4512. buyl Backet Mats, heater defroster dual electric windshield
1004 NE 5th Ave. CHEVROLET 1957. station wagon. AT wipers. windshield washer eel caaceUiax torn algnal ea4ercoaUn -
Mobil. for Sale $1295 safety belt anchors, leatherette upholstery.
S '57 ENG. FORD. 77 Homes Excellent condition. New tires PAINT JOB
r 1-4 hp riding lawn one mower running 1 and tag. V-8 automatic:, $550. & bumper guard tool.kiLBarkley(front A rear) courtesy lights uh a7"emeI"enC7

Kenmore washer 1-2 dr. Ref. OBEY) THAT IMPULSE. Drive a Call 372-6623, 6-4556.
150 Ibs. freezer 376-5741. little to save a lot. Below mar. 62 FORD
ket clean. Lake Geneva Trailer CHEVROLET 1958 wagon 4 dr. KEETER Motors"SPORTS
CE stove & refrigerator excellent Sales. Rt. 100. SE Keystone You can buy this for only $8 Spring Special Lat model Falrlaaa 500 V-S
condition. both $125. Phone 372. Hts. Fla. a week. Call Bill 372-3749. H H engine. automatic transmitsion. 230 W. University
5504. Motors. power steering radio CAR. CENTER"
beater. 2,000 honest miles. FR 2-0503
f FACTORY made cabana with Ads 40MODELS CHEVROLET 1953. Standard trans I 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373

factory made folding partition.icOTTMAN'S mission. 4-door, radio and heat S3995Offers $1695 .
Will Finance. --- -
Call 2')189.) er. FR 6-4664 or
ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE 2-1349 after 6 p.m Dealer.

good condition.Ice making See at machine.2424 SW FROM LOWEST PRICES CHEVROLET. 1956 4 dr. This car 61 VALIANT
13th St.REPOSSESSED. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. Is going for only $8 a week. Afford
TRAILER MART Call Bill 372-3749. H & H End March 17 4-dr Sedan. automatic transmission Suddenly You Can a New Comet

Singer port. Motors. heater, clean premium
able. Zig! Zag and attachments. 4 Hwv. 17. Phone 328-1050 car.
Sews forward and reverse over OPEN WEEKDAYS CHEVY II. 1964 Station Wagon HAWES- $995 WITH YOUR TAX CUT!
k pins and needles. Round bob- UNTIL 9 p.m. $200 down take over paymentsof
:>In. $6 month Balance $34. $87.30 per month. Call FR. :
MACHINE EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA 60 Chevrolet9passenger
SERVICE CO. CHEVROLET 1952. 2-door sedan.
ItS W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-0175. Lines Good transportation Will finance. station wagon automatic 24 Month or
WYATT- FR 6-X444 or 2-1349: after 6 Shop radio heater low mileage -
'OR SALE Homemade teen-age Dealer. Nicel .
p.m. .
doll clothes for lliv dolls. Call 611 SW 3rd St. 24,000 mileWarranty -
FR 2-9738. DODGE 1956 2-tone blue & white $1395 _
Trailer SalesHome I' 4 dr. R & H. A.T. w/w. One FR
THE 2-0538
Cook !
10 owner. Must see 81 drive to appreciate. -
less with Phiigas from Fullflas, of FR 2-9772. 60 RAMBLERSuper .
Inc. Ph. 37-5J92. Pacemaker Mobile Homes '
Shasta and Airstream CHRYSLER 1955 4 dr. air conditioning Jj 4-dr., radio, heater automatic -
'2' 14' boat or utility trailer $25. Travel Trailers low mileage 1 owner transmission. Tutone
Also Kenmore electric dryer In Ocala's First Mobile Home deceased. Phone 20189. green with matching Interior.
_good condition $40. Ph. 481-2362. Dealer Since 1948 PAY DAYSPECIALS 5 new tires. Extra i nice car. The LUXURY Compact Priced Below Most!
Days 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. FALCON 1963. $200 and assume
;OLD-A-WAy bed $12. Ig. mirror Phone 629-1358 low payments. will trade. Call $995
$12 3-corner cabinet $7; 2 whatnots Ocala. Fla. FR 2-3562 days. Equipped with: Fresh air heater 101 HP engine Bright finish around windshield

$1.50. Phone 6-4169. and back window moulding Fully appointed interior Courtesy lights S Arm
AIR conditioned. stY x 10" Mobile FORD Fairlane 500 1961. V-I, 59 FORD
ENTRIFUGAL rests Ash Cigarette lighter I Gauges for fuel oil, battery charge and
Irrigation pump home. Set up with 20 x 10 awnIng auto. trans., power steering & trays
130 horse LP gas motor pro- $200 and SO TV antenna on shady brakes. radio & heater. seatbelts $10 $11 $12 DOWN Country Squire 9-passenger temperature I 14" Wheels.
duces 1200 gals per minute. lot In Hickory Hill. Readyfor I good tires. Must sell. station wagon. radio heater.
Phone 372-6423. excellent Florida living. Call 372-2632. 1956 Chevrolet Bel-air automatic transmission power
S3.258.( Call FR e-6548. After 5:30. Hardtop. steering and brakes. Factoryair
LECTRIC rang $40 bench saw FORD 1957, 2- QOr, Good running conditioning.
$50 jointer, motor. scout uniforms 57 VICTOR 49'x8' 20x9 alum. condition. $150. 372-0481 for appointment 1957 Chevrolet 4-door.
$5 rush squares cotton awning; air conditioner washer. to see. 1806 N.W. radio heater 6 cylinder. $895
rugs table lamps. FR 6-4996. Excellent condo 372-7132 or see 38th Terrace. 1959 RAMBLER station Only
Lot 45 Paradise Trailer Park
FOR SALE riding lawn mower after 5 PM. Weekdays. FORD. 1953. 2 dr. radio Si heater. wagon. radio heater.
elec. starter $60 bicycle $10; stick shift, very clean Inside & automatic transmission.WE RIDGWAYMOTOR
Phone 376-7236. NOW SHOWING out. Call 376-1944.

OMPLETE H-O train. track and 2 and. 1964 3 MOBILE bedrooms.HOMES all Floor MERCURY. 1956 4 dr. hardtop FINANCE TOOl CO.

transmitter. Mounted on stationary Plans. Terms tailored to meet loaded with extras for $8 a week. 1950
board. AU In good condition your budget. Drive a little and Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors. SIXTHSTREET $5995
1132 S. Main St.
except engine. Call FR save a lot at I
6-3141. CONNOLLYMobile OLDSMOBILE radio & heater 1954 California auto trans.tuck FR 2-8433
Home Sales. Inc. '
CLOSE OUT SALE 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 and rolled seat covers. $200 -
On Wallpaper. 98c a Roll Phone 422-8164 cash. Phone 376-8886. PLENTY OF NO
MOTORS Monthly
HARPER PAINT CO. Closed Sundays OLDSMOBILE 98. 1950. 4-door se DOWN PAYMENT

10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4364 58 GREAT Lakes for sale excellent dan. Radio heater. Automatic 2031 N.W. 6th St. CARS.
transmission. Will Finance. FR
condition. Phone 372-4400
:2 CALIBER auto. rifle 'nylon FR 6-4664
after 6 P.M. 6-4664 or 2-1349 after i p m.
'66V wlth-scope $45 Polaroid Dealer.
camera with case. $37 22 pistol FIRST quality mobile home 1942 I
$16 rebuilt typewriter, $28; Portable Schult 50 x 10. 2 BR front OLDS. 1958 hard toP. with radio.
sewing machine $15; kl'chen. excellent condition $3,400 heater, good tires. Needs some
plastic pipe $3.45 per 100'. Trampolines Lot 49, Shady Nook Trailer repair. Price $250. 4404 NW 13th
$165 Glass display case. Park, 3723883. St. Ph. 3746927.OLDSMOBILE 11m
$15 Halllcrafters short wave .
radio. Pit Enameled aluminum 1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. 2 1961 Dynamic 88.
NEW 1964 GMC
siding .18 per sq. ft. We buy bedroom air conditioner. S x 36' one owner car. Power steering CRANE LINCOLNMERCURY"It's
guns and tools. ConsignmentSales Phone 372-3324. & brakes WSW tires. radio &
Co. 425 SE 2nd St. heater. Just like new only 13.
1957 LIBERTY Spence Craft. 42 000 miles. 2 tone color. Call FR PICKUP TRUCKSs1763 Easy To Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury"
iCENMORE automatic washer good ft. 2 BR. auto. washer $1,400 2-5843.
condition. $50. Call after 6 p.m Can arrange financing. $30 516 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251
FR 25469.DINETTE down. FR 6-8279. May be seen at PONTIAC. '60. 4-door hardtop Ventura
637 SE 74th St. I' Vista Low mileage. Very
set $28. Bedroom furnIture clean. 1 careful owner. Price
$75. Chest $22 dresser S24 66 Misc .For Sate. PRICESCan $1250. FR 6-2843. _
Gas stove. Like new condition.FR .
6-0410. be misleading PONTIAC 1955 two tone. paint. AT HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.
loaded with extras for $8 a
MY mommy has six size 14 "A"
UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF television line week. Call Bill 172-3749. H & H
maternity dresses she wore Total cost of contract delivered
and appliances. If we last Spring, also several maternity setup Is what yOU actually pay. Motors. LOW DOWN PAYMENT
don't have It, we'll get It.
patterns. If your mommy AVOID RAMBLER 1963. Classic. White.
Wheeler's Discount Store

Metros and Keystone. needs them have her call 4-5907 Future headaches get the real Radio and heater. Power steer LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Route 21. 475-2401. facts. Ing. 2-door. Original owner

ULL-slze mattress & box springs. 70 Boats.Marine Equip. Brad & Dad LarsenLike FR 25992.RAMBLER i
bookcase headboard, folding bed to work and you benefit. Classic 1962. perfect
& mattress sell or trade for 10 top lines of Industries. Payments condition; 1956 Ford Victoria 2 Tropical PontiacGMC
2 twin beds. FR 6-5907 after 6. 14' Fiberglass Cruiser 1963 Even- as low as $57.27 per mo. dr. hardtop real clean For fur.
rude 40 HP electromatic motor. See the fabulous 24' wide Mo- ther Information call 372.0486
LIKE NEW 1964 model G.E. stereo all necessary equipment included. bile Home & Sales. 1 ml. SE of days. After 7 P.M 376-6957. Mr. \ f VX ""
console $100. Phone FR 2-8884. Trailer new tires. skis. life Keystone Hts. Rt. 100. Open Chaffin. Arden Streit Motors. Truck Center

TOMATO PLANTS. On School days belts etc. $1,000. Also 10 ft gas evenings & Sun. RENAULT Dauphlne 1961 Black. 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 I on good used ears
refrigerator. $35. 1 set
after 4:00 P.M. All day Saturday. good golf McMURRAY Mobile Home Sales. WSW tires. excellent condition.
16th Phone 372-2340. clubs. 7 Irons. 3 woods bag. $495. Phone 3728869.STUDEBAKER. .
1523 NW Ave. 8-10 wide. 1 or 2 BR used lakeor
house trailers from 1
REBUILT$4500 WASHERS.and up CHEAP FIBERGLASS Cobla cruiser. office Trailer for rent or sale '61 motor. Excellent. 1953 Sports running Coupe.con- AND IF YOU DON'T LIKE THESE LOW, LOW PRICES .
3 ml. So. of Starke on 301. 964-
55 HP Homelite motor. A\s9 .
A-l Handyman Shop FR 6-0267 --. -. dition. Phone FR 2-5123.
0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant.Only
First In Appliance Repairs trailer.months old.completely$1995. FR equipped.2-3742. VW 1963 deluxe station wagon. To Go With Your Easter Bonnet! MAKE US AN OFFER!
JSED Hotpolnt automatic washer. 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices. Radio. heater & split front seat.
Good condition. $35. Phone 372 18 FT. open-cock pit offshore SAVE $1000-5000 14,000 miles. Excellent cond
3773. fiberglass boat. complete controls BANK FINANCING tion. 195000. 372-5077.
lights. 10 & 5 gal. tanks. NEW low down & sm. mOo pay. 63 COMET. Villager radio heater luggage rack.

COR sate: 24" boy'S bicycle. $16.. 40 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis. ments. BRING out the best In your car. Factory air conditioned . . . $2195 70 FINE CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
95; Tricycle J3.95 Maple youth ski ropes. belt. life preservers Town & Country Trailer Sales Superior Auto painting & body 0
bed $12.95. FR 2-5118. 8. ladder. $1.100. Phone 372-5738. 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2290 work. Fast dependable service;
free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S 63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. Crown PS PB. R & H. AT. A/C. Black $4995
BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. 62 FORD Fairlane 500 2-dr automatic, radio, heater.

I FR 6-9707. Factory air conditioned .0". . . .00 $1595 63 NEWPORT. 2-dr hardtop. PS. PB, R & H. A/C. AT. $3195

957 TR 3. black. good tires mechanically -

SERVICESHome & heater low good.priced.New FR top 6-0525 radio 61 RAMBLER Classic, radio heater. factory air con- 63 NEW YORKER 4-dr Sedan. PS. PB. R & H. A/C. AT $3895

after 5 & all weekend. ditioned . ; . 0 . 0 . . . $1995
63 VALIANT, 4-dr. V-200. PS. R & H, AT. 13,000 miles $1895
LEAVING for the service must

And BusinessAir sell down 1962 and Chevy take Convertible.up payments.Call $150. \ 60 FORD . $695 59 PLYM . $595 63 NEWPORT 4-dr hardtop PS PB. R & H. AT. A/C . $3095

FR 21289. I 59 FORD . $595 59 BUICK $1295
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4-dr. AT. heater 9.000 miles $1495
FOR SALE 54 Ford $175. Call FR 63 RAMBLER. American. ,
2-2152 Tuesday 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.,
Building & Repair Serv. Mortgage Broker Wednesday 11 A.M. to S P.M. 62 STUDEBAKER, 4-dr., automatic, heater, 9,000 miles -$1495

PRIVATE owner must sell 1963 Crane LincolnMercury"It's
DON'S GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA Pontiac Bonnevllle. 4 dr. hard top 61 NEW YORKER 2-dr. PS PB. R & H, AT. A/C. 25,000 miles $2295
Building & Repair Service. and conventional loans. Low fully equipped. Excellent condi
FR 4-8807 rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 tion. Call 376-2896 after 5:30 or Easy to Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury' .
W Univ. Ave 3T7-539X all week-end. 61 OLDS, 4-dr 88'. PS, PB, R & H. AT. nice . $1495

bulldozing ATTENTION Shrlnersl 1949 Cros- 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-3531
PAINTING Icy Runs good. $100. Phone FR 61 OPEL, wagon R & H. real $895

MALL trucks fill bulldozer dirt lime loader rock.Clump TopSOIL INTERIOR.It for you.Exterior.23 years painter experience.can do 6-3211.Greene. Ext.49 days. Bill 61 PLYMOUTH ((3)) 4-dr wagon PS, PB, AT R & H, A/C $1445

Phone FR 27846. for free estimate. call Mr. 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon.

BULLDOZERS & Dragline Back Gammon. Air conditioned auto. trans. 60 OLDS 2-dr '88', AT heater power brakes . . .$1095
radio & heater three seats.
hoe. wheel tractors. motor 372-5829 FRESH SHIPMENTOF
grader. Free estimates. W. G. white side walls. 4.000 miles
(Buck) Johnson FR 6-4719. less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash 60 DODGE, 4-dr PS.-PS. R & H .AC. AT. nice $945
Remodeling take up payments. Call 372-

rpentry NEED A NEW Florida room. carport 8171 P.M. I to 5-372-5738 after 5 NEW 1964 59 CHEVY 4-dr hardtop. PS. PB. A/C. AT. nice $945

Conditioning patio. screened-In porch. 957 CADILLAC, Sedan deVine 4-
GRADY CABINET WORKS etc Call now and get It done dr. hardtop. fuHy equipped In-
Custom built cabinets and mold- for the summer months. Call air cream puff. SECOND CARS
cluding factory
ART BALL" Air conditioningHot Ings refinishing and spray 372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free S725. 372-0481 for appt. to see. RAMBLERSArriving
Air-Hot water and
( ) heating painting. estimates.
refrigeration.\ Ph. 372-1685. 15 1533 E. University Avenue '60 V.W. convertible New top; new
Years Experience. Phone 372-8313 FOR the best quality In repair & tag; new floor mats. A-l throughout 59 ENGLISH FORD, wagon, heater .nice $395
remodeling. Call 372-7125 ask for $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4

Appraisal Service Cosmetics Willie.requested.Prominent references if PJTV. Weekly! 59 FORD, -dr hardtop. Galaxie .AT. R & H. black $795

FRED B. ARNOLD a "new you" at MERLE NOR. Upholstery CORVETTERoad 57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr hardtop automatic, radio, heater . $445

REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL MAN Learn COSMETICS professional STUDIO.make-up UPHOLSTER your furniture at tras. Call or track.376-M47 Many 6-7:30 many.p.m.ex Wide Selection of 6'. and V-8's in all series. I FORD,2-drATR&HA/CV-8 $600
SERVICE secrets by trained beauty ex reasonable prices. Call Sally. I 60
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR Experienced FR 69585SewngAlterations. MUST sell 1957 Blue MG. Recently .
1-31J6. overhauled. RAdIo. white top. DEAL AT. radio heater $175
good tires. CaM Bin Keith. FR BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR 57 DODGE. 4-dr.
Appliance RepairsFIRST
AT. radio
56 OLDS 4-dr hardtop. .
In Air Conditioning and Appliance FIREEXTINGUISHER SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of all MECHANICS special. 1955 Mer BUILT CAR
Repairs. A-l HandymanShop CO. cury convertible. $151 as Is. Will -
kinds Dressmaking. Mrs. W. $155
FR 6-0267. Sales and Service C. AsbelL 3436 N.W. 17th Terrace finance. Phone FR e-4664 or 53 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. runs good .
All types of Fire Extinguishers' 3720455.Sewing 2-1349 after 6 p.m. Dealer. I
Parker Appli. Serve Pick up and delivery service -
C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 85-1 Automobiles Wanted F Mechanics I G. W.
Expert Malor Appliance Serv Gainesville, Fla Machine Repairs TO MEET OUR QUOTA G. W. Special.

Court.3724224.ice. Prompt. Efficient. CALLEttNGMACHiNE SER. WANTED.and Chevrolet 1950 thru See 1954 at Herndon Fords I During the Month of March Ridgway Motorsis 55 CHRYSLER .;...... $65] WARRANTYSEE
Mortgage BrokerFHA VICE CO. IIS W. University WARRANTY
Service Station. 916 SE.. SIts offering the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allow-
Ave. 376-1075. We repair al
Auto Equipment
and conventional at lowest Makes_ Work fulty guaranteed' Street. one ."er
current rates. Terms to 25 .
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt S. years. Will gladly discuss at no WINDOW CLEANING

Walker exchanged Jacks.Repair Factory kits authorized for. obligation.. W. KIRKPATRICK.Call tomorrow.J. Realtor. BUY YOUR Watch favorite magazines for Rambler's Frank Gray Pete Compton. Mac McCullough, Wilbur SflghHAWESPOWERS

Walker Hydraulic Jack 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 240 WINDOWS cleaned floor clean* MOBILE HOME your
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE and waxed. houses washed. 1D 3 Party Coupons!
$ Million
Surprise :
SERVICE 10 SUPPLY 1314 S. FRED B. ARNOLD yrs. experience. Free estimates. From the WORLD'S Motor Co."We
Main FR ,-'497 REALTOR Phone FR 2->>55- LARGEST DEALER .

Auto Glass 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Southern Mobile CO.
MOTOR Undersold OutTraded"PlymouthChryllerValiant
Not Be
MORTGAGE MONEY Sun Want Ads Homes Brokers Inc. RIDGWAY Will & Simca, or Sales and Service

AUTO GLASS Is our only busL )- 5Vi per cent Interest. Terms to 2200 South Dixie HighwayPh.
ness. Immediate Installation/ 2S years." FR 63400f1e.
629-4818 312 N. MAIN ST.
free pickup 8. delivery. Add BUY BUILD REFINANCECall 1132 S. Main St. ** 2-8433
beauty '& value to your car. Get Results Ocala. Florida I

i 388N.W.SthSt.FRS-2533.. 75 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 1251 -
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Gainesville Sun Monday, March 16, 1964 -w

i Liz and Dick in Direct Bid for Vote WHO "ARC; CHINA'S BEST -
Alliances to Get High Negro I CUSTOMERS? --

The nations that do the most
Finally Wed ORLANDO (AP) Miami's Rep. Fred Karl and State Sen. Dr. E. A. Ward of Miami peared on behalf of Earl Fair- business with Red China a r<
Mayor Robert King High madea John E. Mathews-sent repre called Dickinson "a man with cloth, candidate for state attor- Hong Kong, Canada, Australia
Shot in the Arm MONTREAL (AP) "Eliza- personal appeal Sunday to the sentatives. great capabilities," and Stanley ney general. Singapore and Malaya, Gret i
beth and I are very happy," Orange County Progressive Ne- Nash, vice mayor of Daytona Britain and Japan, in that or*
,said Richard Burton after he gro Voters League to support, High told the league he appeared -:Beach, urged the Negroes to der. -
WASHINGTON (AP) '- President -to give the committee an enthu- him for governor. because he had the cour- check Karl's record. He said Seeks PlanesNEW Looking for more customersfor
I and Elizabeth Taylor were mar- I to ask for their votes and '
Johnson tries to breathenew siastic takeoff.All age 'Karl had never ducked an issue your business Place youroffer
U.S. ambassadors and for- ried Sunday in a quiet ceremonythat No other gubernatorial candi-:he said they should check his and should be labeled "reason- DELHI, India (AP) where customers are loon
life into the Alliance for date at the meeting,I record. If elected, he said he:
eign aid mission chiefs based in contrasted sharply with appeared able." Defense Minster Y. B. Chavan ing for you. .Gainesville Siffl
Progress today with an appealfor but three others-former State would inject a new mood into .Classified Ad section. To
told bj
Latin America have been sum- their widely publicized ro I Frank Hampton of Jackson- Parliament today that In-
a united attack on the eco Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson, Florida politics. !sure your offer is before 17,000
moned to Washington by the mance. ville called Mathews a civil dia had been unable to buy F10I
nomic and social ills that bedevil President to attend the session. rights backer and said that, if i Gainesville Sun readers, j jus3
fighters from the United States
Latin Aerica.In They are also to participate in The simple, single-ring ceremony Three Armed EscapeesA elected, he felt Mathews would but is 'dial 372-8441 for an experienced
a full-scale review of U. S. dip- was performed in the study racial issues. continuing efforts to acquire -account representative. -.*..
what has been heralded as lomatic, military and economic royal suite of Montreal's Ritz- Ahead of PoliceSARASOTA Another candidate to appear I the supersonic interceptors. ...
a major policy address to relations with Latin America Carlton Hotel by the Rev. Leon- Jump was J. Brailey Odham of Sanford -I He refused to divulge de-
the Organization of American and a discussion of all aspectsof tails of the negotiations.Just .
ard Mason, of the Uni- opposing U.S. Sen. Spes-
States the President was expected hemisphere affairs. pastor (AP) A search parted shortly before their ar- PROPANE
to assure the Latin- Tonight the President will tarian Church of the Messiah. was intensified today for three rival. sard L. Holland.
American nations that he is convicts who Odham declared it is time forthe
Eleven guests attended.It escaped apparently -
bring the U.S. ambassadors and lift the receiver and dial
firmly committed to the $20-bil fled a downtown hotel just 10 The men, described as armed people of Florida "not to LP4&
aid officials together with Lat- was the fifth marriage for and dangerous, overpowered a vote for and an ad writer will
lion 10-year hemispheric reform minutes ahead of policemen.A a man with buckboard I'I'3728HI
program charted three White in-American House ambassadors at a Miss Taylor, 32, one of the film fourth was arrested Sunday guard Friday at the Brooksville ideas," and he promised, if assist you in placing your ad. HOTTER THAN
years ago by his predecessor. In an interview reception.broadcast world's highest paid and most night 20 miles south of here onU.s. Work Camp and fled in his auto elected, to raise the economic NATURAL GAS
.41 as he stepped off a bus. with five pistols and ammuni-,base of Florida by broadeningthe i Earl C
President John F. Kennedyfirst Sunday by three radio and tele- beautiful stars. Burton, 38, son tion. state's scale. May Cook & Heat Water
I Willard
He identified as wage
set forth his proposals for vision networks Johnson con- of a Welsh miner, had been was Odham I I ,
Patrick Johnson, 20. Officers said he feels Negroes Representing Cost
ceded that the alliance has Still at large were Tommy Low
the alliance on March 13 1961. married once.Portugal. need The Equitable Life !
to be
been slow said they found a .38 caliber revolver -Little, 25, Sarasota David Har- more interested in
Johnson timed his pledge of making progress. I ; Assurance Society FR 6-5110
support on the alliance's third on the bus seat, covered ;rington, 24, Bradenton, and Billy politics. j. PHONE FR 2-1449
anniversary to coincide with the QuakeLISBON by his coat. ] Joe Nix, 19, home town not Milton Hardwick of Miami ap J --
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said Johnson told them
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installation of Colombia's Car-
Portugal (AP) An he left the others because they
de Santamaria first
los Sanz
chairman Inter-American of the Committee.The newly as formed. blizzards left(AP)three- Gales persons and earthquake shook Portugal Sun- "shoot planned it to out"make to avoid a stand capture.and I I "Furniture To Lire That's With"A Joy ONLY 6 MORE DAYS! I

dead in Britain today. Two Rov- day night, toppling houses and Officers said Johnson told
committee is to share er Scouts were missing in a knocking out power lines. Fifty them his former companionshad WALKERFURNITURE
with the United States the re- howling snowstorm in the north persons were mauled fighting holed up in the hotel. They
sponsibility for operating the al- Derbyshire moors.Widespread their way out of a movie housein rushed there only to learn that STORE
liance. Johnson's address at a floods covered Sao Bras de Alportel. No in- three men answering descrip- II NW. 8tk Are. Fk. J73-442
special OAS session is designed farmlands in southern England. juries were reported. tions of the escapees had de- W Fbutne What V* Sen
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