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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 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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M,I .\ svrR : Suit IsSettled Rest to Neighboring AreasThe


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,\ long-awaited list of successful liquor license applicants was handed down by the State Beverage
Department in Tallahassee late this morning. .

r Itr Alachua County was issued a total of 30 licenses, based on population.
Seventeen of the licenses go to Gainesville applicants, one to High Springs, one to Alachua and
the others to applicants in rural sections of the county.:

; There was one other special
t ;s4 t r : 125,000 AwardIn
a". license, issued under a law that

Wife's DeathBy automatically qualifies a motel
that has 100 units. The
yybNPR or more
VIRGINIA GARDNER THE LUCKY 30The special license was issued in

.j,, r.4'0 .' Sbprn bI addition to the 30 quota licenses.
After a two hour deliberationa Another special license, applied

I ss{ b # six-man circuit court j jury successful applicants for liquor licenses are as follows: for bv the Univprsity Inn,
yesterday awarded the larg- GAINESVILLE was denied by Keating. j

est settlement ever awarded a Thirsty Gator, S. W. Darby, 633 NW 13th St. director
) The beverage Department
single plaintiff in Alachua Coun- NW 16th Ave.
C.N. & H. Liquors, Inc., 8 said only that "there

ty.In Fifth Avenue Package Store, Egostart Investment Corp., NW 5th was a discrepancy in the (UnIversity -
the case against the Avenue and 6th Street. Inn's) lease." When

Gainesville Gas Company, Sidney Gainesville Package Drive-In, E. Finley Cannon Jr., 901 NE Waldo contacted this morning, University -
Bradfield 835 NE 8th Ave.
Road.
9 Inn owner Nathan Po-
was awarded $125,000 for dam- Holiday Inn, Bell and Hintermister, 1900 SW 13th St. zin said he expected to clear

Fb ,ar : ages resulting from a gas explosion Millhopper Bar, Samuel Clark Bulter, at the Millhopper Road and up the discrepancy quickly.
last May which resultedin NW 16th Avenue.
Director Richard B.
the death of his wife, Mrs. Page's Package Store, G. K. Page, 2133 NW 16th St. Keating Beverage said the licenses wouldbe

& : Cleo Osteen Bradfield, the destruction Primrose Inn, Byron M. Winn Jr., 214 W. University Ave. put in the mail at Tallahassee

I. y r to his hp me, and injur- Sapp's Liquors, E. B. Sapp, 523 NW 3rd Ave. early this aft e moon. They

ies to himself. 13th Street Package Store, M. Johnny Walker, 4125 NW 13th St. should be in the hands of Tax
fi4 6 According to attorney P h illip Trading Post Liquors, Trading Post Inc., 1248 NW 5th Ave. Collector Shellie McKinney first
Barton, who rep resented Brad- East Side Package Store, Gertrude S. Booth, 1208 E. UniversityAve. tomorrow
.. +' thing morning.
field in the case, Bradfield had .
asked for a total of $197,000 in They'll go on sale as soon as
Fred Lewis Locker Room, Frederick Albert Lewis, 205 SE 1st St.
R. damages but, he said, the $125- T. L. Moxley, 4005 NE 13th St. they arrive here.

000 was still the largest dam- Paul's Package Store, Hazel Paul Mallard, 1318 E. University Ave. Keating is issuing two licenses

age award in Alachua County. Webco, William Edward Browning, 424 NW 13th St. in the name of each success-

Originally Alachua Fog Serv- Central Lounge, George Joseph Montgomery, 531 SW 4th Ave. ful applicant.One .
of the licenses is for
CITY'VOTING! ice was a co d e fendant in the Special Licenses a
suit, but the pest control firm full year, the other for a half
Hotel Thomas, Gainesville Development Co. Inc., 614 NE 3rd St.
settled out of court for an un- year. If an applicant wants to
ALACHUA
disclosed amount. go into business before April 1he'll
Bill's William Alexander Carlton U.S. 441 at
Package Store, ,
Attorneys for the gas company have to buy the full year
PRECINCTS i the city limits. .
I r .
;+: :iv ;t.. had contended the gas explosion HIGH SPRINGS permit.
.
,
"' t' A full license costs
N. year
resulted when
t't'
exterminator
tr& an High Springs Bar and Package Store, Talmadge Reynolds Barber,
$1,200. Half year licenses are
drilling around the house
t'"Y{ '
.
.. had bumped into a gasline. At- U S.41. s .. only $600. Keating decided to
}: said the RURAL AREA give applicants choice after
,' torneys explosion came
!i.; Brown's Drive-In Liquors, Albert Eddy Brown, S. Main Street about the
being questioned
from. ,carelessness the
iT pn partof
and
U.s. 441 .
'the exterminators when they closeness of the half year date
P! d, ;h" continued to drill around the James Gambrel Brown, one and a half miles south of the inter of April 1,
.#"!; $.. house after hitting the line. section of S.R. 26 and S.R. 219A on S.R. 214 near Melrose.El This morning's announcementof

l-"& (See.BLAST on Page gas, 2)) Rancho Lounge, Mildred Katherine Ellsworth, Route 24, eight who got the licenses endeda
miles west of Alachua.
six-month period of tense wait
_< Gene's Package Store, William Eugene Whitlock, U.S. 441 northof ing by the 120 persons who ap
A High Springs.
Huge ,11eRage plied.
Stalling's Corner, Stalling's Corner Inc., U.S. 301 north of Waldo. Since state law allows only 30

Policing the PollsCity Hills Tom Sawyer Motor Inn and Restaurant, Tom Sawyer Motor Inns licenses here, 90 of the applicants
in Operating Company, 3919-3921 SW 13th St. had to be disappointed.
r B. and B. Package Store, Robert H. Walker, U.S. 301, 1.3 miles
voters this morning were greeted by a watchful city policeman at the seven south of Hawthorne. .
city polling places. City officials said the police were assigned to direct traffic and
Outside LA Evelyn's Liquors, Evelyn J. Leverette north of Island Groveon Over
handle the expected heavy turnout lines of,, voters. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.) U.S. 301.LaRey Wailing

LOS ANGELES (AP-Three Raul L. Reyes, U.S. 441 near Gainesville.

huge brush fires roared out of Schenks Restaurant and Service Station, Donald Martin. Schenks, But ltlallYDisappoillted
control i t"the foothills north of three miles south of Waldo on U.S. 301.

Los Angeles today after sweep Rosalos Restaurant, A. M. and R. M. Mattucci, three miles southof

ing through expensive suburban Gainesville on U.S. 441.Fireworks.

Early Vote Heavy ; residential districts in a multi-
million-dollar rampage.At By HAROLD RUMMELSun

least 32 homes, many in Staff Writer

the $100,000 class, have been EruptAt Six months of patient waitingwas

destroyed by the windwhippedflames ended with a period of peak

that scorched an esti- drama this morning. Liquor licenses !-
For City Election mated 10,000 acres in areas :! Baker were issued.

bordering on Glendale, Bur- Hearing But the simple statement of
bank, Pasadena and Newhall.No fact doesn't convey the feelingof
-
deaths were reported. Several the feat. The final momentswere
By JEAN CARVERSun was not unusual, noting they deputies.The
Sfrra York mw McLendon now contends that
Staff Writer were called out to help with polls opened at 7 a.m. firemen were injured fight- permeated with apprehensive -
traffic and as poll watchers to and close at 7 ing the blaze in the rugged canyons By CABELL PHILLIPS the picture is sufficiently com- drama.
Election officials at the seven p.m.
plete for the committee to fulfill -
polling places reported a heavy give the clerk's office assist- Returns will be posted at the and ridges. WASHINGTONA partisan its legislative mandate Early this morning the nerv-
Thousands of homes voices of
turnout of Gainesville voters ance. Utilities Operation Center, 555S. were fight bristling with shouted to propose rules of conduct for ous questioning appli-
this morning.A E,5th Ave., as they are counted evacuated in areas near the two irony and sarcasm Broke> out Senate employees.The cants began moving over thecity's
The clerk confirmed
reports blazes
major adjoining Burbankand telephone lines to The Sun
after the polls close. the Senate floor Monday over
check The on
mid-morning by
that rumors circulated about Glendale, about 12 miles three-man Republican offices. Each caller was told
Sun showed voters were turningout possible trouble from candi- City commissioners will count north of downtown Los Angeles.Oil the continuation of the rulescommittee's minority contends that much "no news."
heavier than at the absentee ballots at noon to- investigation of
three times dates' poll watchers \vere a fields were endangered by relevant testimony about the At 9 a.m. The Sun put in a
the same time of day for the factor in using city police but morrow and file the official canvass Robert G. Baker. of Baker's activities
the other fire, near NewhalL scope remains telephone call to the BeverageDepartment's
Feb. 11 bond election. noted that policemen used to report. elected Fire officials pinned hopes for The attack was led by Repub- to be taken. offices in Talla-

The polling places reported at be assigned to the polls when missioners'The two newly will be sworn com in stamping out the blazes on J be. lican Sen. Hugh Scott of Penn Last: Friday, the most sensa- hassee.

10 a.m.: city voters voted at the Utili- and haviour of the hot desert winds sylvania, who accused membersof tional accusation concerning "He's working on it." SBD
Thursday a new mayor and
WESTWOOD JUNIOR HIGH ies Operation Center.* that have Democratie Baker Director Richard B.
vice-mayor will be elected in a reached gusts up to 'the :majority on in the' entire investigation Keating
1 -333 voters from precincts 21. He said it is more economicalto special meeting after the swear- 100 miles an hour since the fire the committee of wanting to "cut was suddenly dumped on had been at his desk through
and 26 had voted, compared to than sheriff's in. started about 5:30: a.m. Mon- and run" in order to avoid fur- the committee. It was in the most of the night, a spokesmansaid.
use city police ing
144 for the February bond election day. Sparks from power lines ther embarrassing disclosures form of an affidavit alleging thata .

at' the same time. downed by the howling winds from the inquiry. tax accountant's signature More applicants called The

GIRL SCOUT HEADQUARTERS were blamed for starting sev- The Democratic defense was had been forged on certain of Sun. Then at 9:30 a.m., another
407 from precincts 7. 12 Commission Meeting Shol.tPending eral small fires which quickly in the hands of Sen. Joseph S. Baker's federal tax returns.On telephone call was placed to

and 16, compared to 117 in Feb- joined and raced over the brush- Clark, also of 'Pennsylvania, the same day, the com- Tallahassee. There was a little
rurary. covered slopes. who frequently found himselfin mittee held an executive sessionat news this time.A .
VOTING MACHINE WARE- Results of VoteCity Officials called the blaze the the unequal contest. which the Democratic ma- spokesman for Keating read

HOUSE 140 from. precincts worst in the area since the' Bel Scott, on the other hand, had jority had intended to vote a 19 names. He said Keating still
28 and 30, compared to 35 in Commissioners held 'a cam<< mission candidates made Air Brentwood disaster destroyed ample backing from Carl T. formal end to the inquiry. This was at his desk and would have

February. short, election eve meeting last last minute radio appeals last 434 homes and caused an Curtis, ranking Republican on issue never reached a vote, how- the rest "as soon as possible."
.
BUCHHOLZ JUNIOR HIGH- night and agreed to swear in night to the voters for ,today's estimated $25 million damagein the committee, as well as from ever, because of the ,partisanSee More applicants called The
157 'from precincts 23, 25 and the two newly elected commis city election. 1961. other Republicans who wandered Sun. Some were offered the good
31, compared to 44.in February.J. sioners Thursday and immediately Today"s".ballcts 'will ,be ,can- About 800 men and 175 piecesof in and out of the chamber ( BAKER on Page 2)) news. But for many, the answer

J..FINLEY- 352 from precincts go into session and electa vassed by' ;the commission at firefighting equipment ''bat during the three-hour fray. still was the old "no news."
5 and 17, compared to new mayor and vice mayor. noon tomorrow. Unofficial re- tled the blazes but crews report- Both Scott and Clark are Track Meet At 10 a.m. a third call wentto

106 in February. Mayor Byron Winn missed turns'wfll be c e c o rded tonight (See,,FIRE on Page 2)' members of the rules .committee the state capitol. This time,
VFW HALL 360 from precincts last night's meeting. All three by-'cltY"officiaIs'.the, Utilities r but Clark.has taken a far Fatal to Youth the beverage depart m e n t
13 and 29, compared to Operations'Center., less active role in the investi- spokesman said, all but one license -
99 in February. Commission .Last night's commission 'action gation than his Republican col ST. AUGUSTINE (AP-A 15- had been decided. He be-
RECREATION CENTER included: WHERETO l* league. His sharpest counter- year-old boy collapsed and died gan reading. As he promised to

t 256 from precincts 4 and 27, Setting,April 9, as the date .to FIND IT attack was that Scott had pickeda during a school track meet here call The Sun with the final
compared to 65 in February. Cancels Sleeting have a delegation:.meet in New day for his assault when every Monday and about two hours name. he stopped.
City Clerk Clarence O'Neill York with bonding company other Democrat on the committee later his 14-year-old sister suffered "Mr. Keating just walked in.
noted this morning that although The County Commission's US-' representatives to:discuss plans WHERE TO FIND IT:' was out of town.It a seizure and died. Here it is."

the turnout in February was ual Tuesday afternoon sessionwas to sell the $6 million-.capital. im- Daily( ) has been evident for some The boy was Edward Martin He read off the final name.After
Comics ., . 12
:pro bonds. time that the chairman B. Everett who died apparently of a heart that the calls
hampered early in the day by cancelled this afternoon be- emen s kept comingto
Classified
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rain, today's early reports in- cause of the State Association of Deciding no action was neces- Jordan D-N.C., and the attack. His sister, Diane, died The Sun.
Entertainment .
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dicated that the final total by County Commissioners meeting sary on a report by City Attorney .,13 committee's chief council, Len- after learning of her brother's But now the news for many
Obituaries . 2
poll closing at 7 ,p.m.. would be in Jacksonville.The Osee Fagan,that the city has' nox P. McLendon, have been death. definitely was bad. And the
Opinion Page 4
much greater,than the 4,308 who Jacksonville meeting was jurisdiction in contr oiling Sports 9J10 building toward a decision to Parents of the children are tones of the callers were notice I,..
voted in February. scheduled to end this afternoon. home ,delivery"of 'alcoholic beverages a a. a' end inquiry into the financial Mr. and Mrs. Archie Martin. ably different The elation and '
Women's . .,. .., 5
O'Neill said ,the use .of.:city Local officials were attending underState: :Beverage .,. affairs of the former secretaryof Martin is a postal employe. The
,
it. the Senate Martins have no other children. (See LIQUOR on Page If
police at the seven polling areas Dept Ian : _.: .. ,-,', : ;majority.

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FFC Hints at Network Pool, Weather Roundup Cabinet Asks Compromise


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,,1 Mandatory Program Limit In Oyster- Land Dispute- I



.v Sfrm flnrk Stmra nate the entertainment fare FCC that it felt the proposalsran TALLAHASSEE (AP) -The *The individuals claimed they'been no final decision.A .

By JACK GOULD available to viewers. counter to the govermnent'sphilosopby B C D-Fair and \ Florida! Cabinet called today fora owned the bars under a Frank-
tonight
NEW YORK The three Jacksonville, Fla., is one of > of licensing TV stations Wednesday. A little cooler tonight UMS. compromise in the long-stand- lin County grant given them in dispute involving 5,700 acres

I.I.I television networks have been the areas involved. and undermined free enterprise with lows 45 to 52. High Lag dispute between the' state 1902. But the state argued that of the grants, given to two fam

asked by the federal government -I A companion suggestion, also competition in video. Wednesday 68 to 72, North to and a group of private persons the grants were conditioned on iles, came before the Cabinet.

to consider a tentative put forth for discussion by the The NBC network will register northeast winds 5 to 15 miles j in Franklin County over the oyster cultivation which did not State Conservation Director

I f plan under which each chain commission, would compel some objections to the proposals an hour. E 4 ownership of more than 10,000 take place, and that the land Rudolph Hodges recommendedthat
affiliated with but the ABC network, which has
would turn over a share of its stations presently I acres of choice oystergrowingbars had reverted to the state. The '
affiliation'been vigorously pushing for A-Clear to partly cloudy this af- the Cabinet stop recognizing -
I" programs to existing or new TV one network to accept I' ternoon. tonight and Wednesday. No 1 in the Apalachicola Bay. issue is in court but there has
stations that might operate from with an alternative chain. greater competitive equalitywith important temperature change. Low i the grants, but that it leased
t .which in effect NBC and CBS, withheld tonight 36 to 44", high Wednesday in
The
t a competitive disadvantage. proposals, H\JP a total of 1,000 acres to the two
The proposal cautiously advanced call on the "haves" of the television -comment on the proposals.The 60s.E F G-Clearlng this afternoon, becoming AF Seeks families.

by the Federal Communications industry,to help the"have proposals are expectedto fair tonight and Wednesday.
nots ",'drew strenuous objectionsover Little cooler tonight. Low tonight 55 C. H. Burke Floyd speakingfor
:1 Commission in a generate new tension betweenthe to 60. High Wednesday around 75. BandsmenThe ,
t letter to the network' heads,I the week-end from the FCC and broadcasters since North hour to northeast winds S to 15 milesan the individuals offered toslim
Iw
would apply to 18 major urban Columbia Broadcasting System.The before has the *tt -
never agency down the claimed grant to
HI Air Force is looking for ,
J
doml- CBS network advised the -Rain this afternoon becom
\' areas where two stations hinted at mandatory program ing partly cloudy tonight and Wednes bandsmen. half the 6,700 acres and turn the
.t' sharing or mandatory network day. Low tonight 60 to 65. High I Wednesday GAINESVILLE WEATHER:
around 82. North to northeast Municipal Airport readings According to local Air Force rest back to the state.
sharing of station affiliations.The winds S to 15 miles an hour.
Rail Strike Plans for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Recruiter Sgt. Richard Norman,
18 communities in question K But reachT
-Few showers this afternoon I no agreement was
have populations large coming partly cloudy tonight and Wed.High 71 at 3 p.m., tow 54 at the Air-Force is seeking qualified ed Instead the
nesday. A bit cooler tonight with lows 2 and 7 a.m. Rainfall .08 men interested in immediately. II
enough to fall within the top 65 to 70. High Wednesday around SO. young Cabinet said that three of its
North to northeast winds 8 to 15 milesan inches. Air Force musiciansin
serving as
100 market areas of the country.In '
hour. members would sit down
CEDAR KEY TIDES own
Denied Unions 14 of them, there are only bases in the United States
,
by Wednesday High at 4.40 un. and :with both factions in an effortto
two stations, all falling between 4:09 p.m. Low at 10:11 am. end- lii and overseas. find I
pjn. an agreement.Both
channels 2 through 13. In the TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Those who choose to enlist as
MARINE
( WASHINGTON (AP-A) railroad J.E. Wolfe, the spokesmanand four others, there is a third station H L Prel,. toE GULF: Variable FORECAST mostly iiorth bandsmen, after passing an audition sides apparently fearedto

.' spokesman who warned chief negotiator for some falling between channels 14 ::icmsrV I:...::::::::::: 64 54 72 through northeast Wednesday.winds Fllr.S t 15 knots are sent to Lackland Air let the dispute} go to a court

I that the nation was possibly on 200 carriers, set off the alarm and 83, known as ultra high frequency Tampa .................. 71 68 .14 ALMANAC Force Base for eight weeks' basis decision because rf the dangerof

the verge of a vast rail strike bells Monday. He declared he television, UHF. Atlanta New Orleans.......................... 68 62 38 39 Sunset today .............. ':39 pm. training, then assigned directly \: t iQsing.
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Sunrise ..
Boston ................. .. tomorrow 6:35 am.
advice"that
the railroads now "are had "unimpreachable 31 Moonset tonight ............. 10:41 to an Air Force Band.
says
............ pm.
optimistic that a crisis can be the five operating brotherhoods The thinking behind the FCC Chicago Washington................ 65 64 43 28 .OS First Quarter .............. March 20 According to Norman those WIMBERLY In other action the Cabinet received

I planned to bypass national -proposals is to help sustain existing Kansas City ............. 58 39 Orion.PROMINENT In CONSTELLATION...... a report on a longrangeplan
avoided. Denver ................ 47 21 southwest 1:11 pm. with any previous band experience
negotiations and strike UHF stations and encourage Ft. Worth .............. 76 46 Jupiter VISIBLE low PLANETS In west ...... 1:12 will have no trouble in UF Profs for developing municip )
.......... pm.
\ More About the Southern Pacific and Lou the start of others resources by guaranteeing that- Los Seattle Angeles................ 76 55.7 66 Venus Satvrn north rises .of._.the......Moon..... 5:43 am. the audition which is conductedby thoroughfares in the city of Tal-
isville and Nashville lines program an Air Force Band leader. l a has see under which roads'around

Wednesday.This would win audiences. Most advertisers Complete details on the Air Resign For the capitol building
Blast now prefer the more More About
Force Band Program can be would be improved, altered ot:
he added, would lead to powerful very high frequencyVHF
closed with the aim ot I
a nationwide strike. stations. obtained at the Air Force Re- finally ,
( )
t cruiting Office, 208 SE 1st Streetor FAU, PostsFour finally diverting through. traffic

From Page 1 But after officers for two of Under the FCC proposals the Liquor by calling 3720629.Stephen away from the center of the

I the unions denied any strike total pool of network program,1 University of Florida capitol complex.

Bradfield's attorneys however -plans, Wolfe issued a statement ring would be carved u-p amongtwo Foster professors, including one assistant -

argued the gas line had not Monday night saying "in viewof VHF stations and one UHF
From dean will to
f 1 resign accept More About I
been safely installed by the gas the apparent reversal of station. Each VHF station could Page Art Show appointments at Florida Allan ..

company.The their strike plans, the railroadsnow not take more than one-third of 'disappointment in each
l was un tones heard earlier tic University in Boca Raton. ..
are optimistic that a crisis its programing from any one 'mistakable. were gone Concert Set FAU the state's newest '
ext e r m inator testified can be avoided.? network. now. They'd been heard frequently -I university Baker

that he had hit a pipe but did. The I The hopeful but apprehensive I during the last six is scheduled to admitits
not realize it was a gas line.I Wolfe noted rail management companion proposalwould I months not only this morning I An outdoor spring art show first class in September.
Although he heard a hissing' representatives were sum- call for each of the three however. and a concert will be presented The appointments are effective -
networks to agree to affiliate Pozin SaysOmission at Stephen Foster Elementary 1. From Page 1
noise he testified he continuedto moned to a meeting today by May
with UHF stations in six of the
They always began the School Thursday evening follow-
work under the house for Secretary of Labor W. Willard on eve
t. I about 20 m i n U tes. He said I Wirtz who had declared he saw 18 communities. ATechnicality of the announced issuance dateof ing the regular PTA meeting. Dr. Stanley E. Wimberly, for wrangle over whether the Investigation

it wasn't until twenty minutes "no reason or justification for a, the licenses. And four times Childrens' art work will be 15 years assistant dean of the had covered all the

later when he came out from national crisis on the rail! AAUP VoteDeadline the issuance was postponed.The displayed on the sidewalks and ,College of Arts and Sciences will at pertinent ground. The forgery
the University of Florida,
under the house that the explosion -roads." walkways of the school in keeping
affidavit so strengthened theRepublicans'
first time Feb. become dean of the College of
was 1. The with the theme "SidewalkArt
occurred.The Wirtz asked the industry ,
'I representatives Is applicants looked forward to Show-Springtime in Paris." Social Science at FAU. hand that Chair-
to meet with Assl
house was located at 525 Secretary of Labor James J.. Nat Pozin, owner of the University that date for more than a i Pupils will also demonstratethe Dr. John M. DeGrove, UF man Jordan was forced to put

NE 8th Ave. I Reynolds and Francis A. Noon ThursdayVoting Inn confirmed today that month. The next time was various styles of the art associate professor of political the question over until today.

Bradfield was awarded $25-: O'Neill Jr., chairman of the Na- he has known for some time that I March 6. Then they were to be media for parents and visitors. science, will become chairman: Meanwhile, Scott and Curtis

000 in damages for his personal' tional Mediation Board. The for new officers for the his name would not be on the ready by the middle of last Following the business meeting of the FAU Department of Gov- had earned the wrath of Jordan

injuries $40,000 as administrator -unions were not asked to take University of Florida chapter of first list of liquor licensees. week. A delay set the date up to of the PTA scheduled for ernment and Politics.Dr. by making the affidavit public.
the American "It's just a technicality," he Friday the 13th. also made public a
of his wife's estate under the I part. I Association of 7:30 p.m., the school chorus will They sup-

wrongful death statute, and $60- At a news conference Monday -University Professors closesat said. "I plan to open with the Then the traditional Friday present its annual concert under' John N. Webb, UF pro- posedly secret memorandum by

000 as surviving husband to morning, Wolfe had an- noon Thursday, Dr. Donald rest on the first." the 13th luck set in and another the direction of Mrs. Helen Wai fessor of economics, will be I the counsel stating the arguments -
% He went on to explain that chairman of the FAU Department why the investigation
bring the total damages to $125- nounced he had been told the Williams, chapter secretary has delay came. lace.[
000. unions plan to strike the South- announced.A the difficulty arose over the The art show will follow the of Economics.M. should be brought to a close.

ern Pacific and the L&N in an new .oresident and_ treasurer n ______ __ I ommission of his sister-in-law's But today was the day. and concert. Curtis Hamrick, researchand I When Scott took the Senate
According to Barton, attor- name fromthe application the applicants apprehen-
attempt to detour the stalled will be. selected for two year were graduate assistant in the floor Monday afternoon he recited -
neys for the plaintiff worked .national 'negotiations and split terms. Four executive committee form. sive because of the previous Blue Key Taps UF College of Education, was the facts about the submission -
nearly a on the'case which "She is not one of the part- delays and because I
year the railroads' united' front. they might
members will be elected for appointed assistant professor of of the affidavit last
was settled in a week long trial He warned that 'if rail- ners," Pozin said; "but her .not get a license. Adams
any one.year. Bryant; education at FAU. Friday and the disclosure of the
ending here yesterday."I name is on the deed to the
.... '
roadLwas struck
alljnajorralroadran Some did Dr. contents of the counsel's
and
fa'ith. '-- :prt ,Cecil Smith, an agricul- building and land and on'the some didn't. But Wimberly's resignat mem
in ,
tost the
have never : the IMed
States ture economist, and Dr. John 'even for those who did, the final Gov. Farris Bryant and SecretarY ends 22 years of service with orandum.He .
should have
mortgage so we
jurors in Alachua County and, the would : I
Immediately post of State Tom Adams UF
proposed the of
as a professor psych.I
Ainslee announcement: wasn't void
of
a
psychiatrist have :
included her on the original ap- that McLendon'smemorandum -
jury system itself, said Bar- work rules changes that argued
have been
been nominated for fateful irony. .. tapped by Florida ology and administrator. He
ton, "and this verdict is a tribute have been under negotiation. president bya plication."It was presented to
Blue Key for membership in was named "Man of the Year"in
i Election
committee.Mrs. Today's The
to the caliber of Alachua The unions have said they was just an oversight and Day. the committee some 12 hours
the University of Florida men'shonorary 1960 by the
news-
County jurors." would respond to any attempt Margaret Knox Goggin, the papers to correctthe situ- bars are closed. leadership organiza' The Florida campus Alligator. after the committee had received -

Barton said the largest settle- to impose the work rules by librarian, and Dr. E. S. Ford, ation are in the mail now." tion. 'per Florida Atlantic will be the the information about the-

botanist, are the nominees for He doesn't expect to Baker tax returns. He .
anyone charged.that
\ ment he could remember. being striking. Little Theatre I Tapped at the same time were first upper-division universityin
treasurer. buy a license before the first of effort made to
awarded in Alachua County was an was pre
three University faculty mem- the nation when it this
opens
Eight nominations for April. "They're fools if they do, vent the affidavit being
the
three accept.
$55,000, to plaintiffs a More About To Present bers: Assistant Dean Stan E. fall.
consolidated trial. executive committee have been he said. ed as a part of the committee's-
industrial Announcement of the
Wimberly, engineering appoint.
Jurors in the case were William made. They are Ralph Blod- Anyone who buys a license official record, even after its,
con s u Itant Robert Gregg, ments was made by Dr. Ken-
E. Neylans, David R. gett, Pedro Fernandez, Melvin before that time will have to Benefit Play"Solid and head baseball coach Dave neth R. Williams, president of contents had been read aloud

Branch Thomas P. Murphy, FireFrom Fried, Ira Gordon, Arnold Heid- pay the full year fee. After the Fuller. FAU. by Curtis.

Hoyle F. Montgomery Jr., Janos enheimer, Pauline Hilliard, Hol- first the fee is reduced to half. Gold Cadillac," a comedy -
During the same meeting, 19 Last month another prominent !- "This air of unreality pervades
Annual license renewal date is
Shoemyen, and William H. lis Holbrook and Gladys Kam- in two acts by Howard students were tapped for mem- UF educator, Edgar W the committee's proceedings
October 1st.Lavyer.
Bradley. Page !I merer. Teichmann and George S. Kauf bership in Blue Key, 'reflecting Kopp, was appointed dean of ," Scott told the Senate;

The executive committee is Killed man, will be presented by, the their outstanding contributionsin engineering at the Universityof "Whatever they don't like they
ed they could do little except the policy making for the Gainesville Lit t le Theater on South "
Tool TheftReported body campus leadership activities. Florida in Tampa. treat as if it didn't exist.
try to save homes along the chapter. April 17-18 and 20-25.
perimeter. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Sam The production will be spon- ; The decision to end the In.
Pasco, a Pensacola lawyer who sored by the Inter Club Council Orange for St. Patrick's Day?
Hundreds of dwellings were Kynes to SpeakAt vestigation, he added, "is nota
became an attorney for the State of Gainesville for the Amer-
saved as firemen and residents legislative decision; it is not
Burglars looted two Contractors stopped the flames just short of Beverage Department was kill- ican Cancer Society. The Patricks 'Celebrate9 Herenow an investigative decision, it is
buildings on the Myra Ter their property.The Bar Lunch ed Monday night by an auto as Lillian Ford is the director. a political decision."

williger School property of con- flames ripping through he crossed a street. Mrs. Eddie Fisher presidentof The Patricks in Gainesville, N. W. 10th Ave., said she '

struction the weekend.tools sometime over the tinder-dry brush sent billowing I Kynes State will Atty.be Gen.the guest James speak.W. Patrolman J. H. Moon said the council, said the play begorra', don't appear to cele- so many home chores to had'i I Gainesville Sun
will
be their
towers of smoke swirling Pasco, 55, was hit by a car driven project for the brate St. Patrick's Dayan there would be
at John
Deputies said the buildingsare er a Marshall Bar As- y no celebrating.I Published evenings except

owned by Triest Construction southwestward over Los An-'sociation luncheon at the Holiday by Robert C. Mulvaney, 16, year.Member organizations in the more than any one else. Meanwhile at St. Patrick's Saturday. and Sunday mornings -
geles and beach communities. also of Tallahassee. Moon quoted I by the Gainesville Pub
Company. The turbulent winds prevented The Inn tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. ;a witness as saying the accidentwas council are Altrusa, Businessand Well, that is, except for the 'Cathedral School I, all the; lishing Company at 101 SE
Two locks were broken to en-! use of aircraft often used to luncheon is open to the unavoidable. Professional Women, Insurance I classes are taking field tripsor 2nd Place. Gainesville./ Florida

ter them. drop fire-retarding borate solu- public. Tickets are $1.50 for Women Association, P i lot, Stafford F. Patrick family, 2840 having refreshments in the i and entered$ second class

The tools taken include six guests who are not JMBA mem- Secretaries Association and So- ,N. E. 10th."We're classroom to celebrate the;, matter Gainesville at the Florida.CIRCULATION Post. Office at

shovels, a 100 foot drop line, a tion.One helicopter, caught by a bers.A Castro AideSeriously I roptimists. not Irish," Mrs. Pat- 4ay. "Ordinarily, March 17 is a j
sledge hammer, an ax and a violent gust reception in honor of Kynes Proceeds from ticket sales will school holiday," Sister Mar y! RATES BY
crashed but the
confessed "but the whole CARRIER OR MAIL
will be rick
,
held
full box of carpenter tools deputies -pilot and two firemen aboard at the Kappa Al- ill go to the American Cancer So Gemma, principal, said, "but:
reported. pha fraternity house from 2:30- ciety. family wore green today. The this year school was excused several 1 Week .45
escaped unhurt.
4:30 p.m.ver children wore green to schoolThey'd 3 Mos. $5.85
Cuba's labor days because of illness.and
MIAMI (AP) .
\ I ( beard they'd be push- we are making of i All man! subset Iptlonj must
chief in the early part of FideCastro's up one
Break-In ed down if they didn't), and be paid in advance.
< the missed "
Scranton OKs 'takeover, David Salvador days. I
., V-P
Draft their daddy wore a green shirtto
was reported today to have Nets Nothing work at Sperry." Because the children at StPatrick's Circulation.Member of Audit Bureau of ,
been transferred from Isle oPines

P WASHINGTON (AP-Penn-) Prison in serious condi I Burglars Patrick who resides always wear green, Alt material
which 86 delegate votes in the president'of apparently left Rosa on Sr. Mary Gemma said that one contained hereto Is
c sylvania Gov. William W. GOP a group tion. empty handed when broke the Orange Heights Road, declared I I the property of the Gainesville ,
they
National production In
of whole
Convention will formed last week to boom the children asked, "W h y or In part to
I Scranton says he would accept :be at stake.Goldwater's. Atty. .into Wilson's Furniture Exchange when called this morn- j I Publishing Company (c) lM Retrictly -
-
Gen. Robert issued don't we wear to cele-1 forbidden
F. Kennedy for The report, by the Dem- orange without the written
I the Republican nomination for vice president said ocratic Labor 111 SE 1st St., early ing, "What? I didn't even knowit brate St. Patrick's Day?" I I permission' of the publisher.YOU'LL .
the illnessof Revolutionary _
S vice president-but only if a chief announcedrival last night. was St. Patrick's Day. But --- -- -------
"sincere and honest draft" developed. New York Gov. NelsonA. the group's secretary would Front, an exile group, added I Police said this morning that that you mention it,. I'mgonna' I -
not change the inside Cuba said
campaign. some sources
- Rockefeller, remained in Al- take the cake I bought
they could find I
In Salvador ill others that he nothing missing. BE ..
Maryland :
bany where he \ Sen. Daniel B. was ,
had and have
; He already expressed a hoped to proda They investigated about 8:30 yesterday a party I
restive Brewster filed to oppose Gov. i was shot during a prisoner up- I
similar 'attitude in regard to state legislature into ; last night for.her children.
the GOP presidential nomina approving his program. In sep-- Wallace in the state's May 19 rising. Intruders I
Democratic presidential entered the building Two other Patricks were HAPPYYOU
arate prima
statements
tion. Rockefeller I Salvador was transferred to by pushing a piece of cardboard to'
Brewster "too said
In an interview with'The Associated attacked Goldwater and Presi- ry. is running as a Castillo Del Principe Prison in I and just busy" they !
favorite son who screen away from about the day. Mrs. Oscar -
dent President worry
Johnson.In supports

Press two weeks
Scranton indicated that ago he, Miami, Fla., vacationing Johnson.On Havana, the exile organizationadded. a window. A woman working ina Patrick, Orange Heights'Road FILED FOR )

.
would not accept the No. 2 spoton Richard M. Nixon criticized the Republican side, lead- neighboring shop heard the was on her way to work: -

the GOP ticket under any President Johnson's foreign polIcy -ers said they would",urge votersto He was imprisoned in 1960 burglars and alerted police. and Mrs. R. W. Patrick, 1210: HOMESTEADEXEMPTION -

conditions. and said it is time for plans vote in the primary for an when he opposed Communist infiltration -I

He clarified his position- on "to get rid of" Cuban Premier uninstructed convention delegation. of the Cuban Labor' COMPLETE E

the! vice presidency in a 'television : Fidel Castro. Confederation, which he headed. Floor Planning Engineering --7"/?

interview Monday -nighton Wisconsin Gov. John W. ,

:"a Harrisburg, Pa., station. Reynolds 'predicted that Alabama Infer. Design- & Decor. .

Stranton said: "My feeling Gov. George C. Wallace, COMPLETE FOR I

about this is identical to .the against Reynolds in the '

presidency. I do not want to April7' Democratic presidential STEREO SYSTEMSSALES BAR'S, COCKTAIL LOUNGES DEADLINE-APRIL 1st

- run for national office, and I primary, would poll more Restaurants and Package Stores

am: not interested in doing so. than 100,000 votes out of an expected and SERVICE
I have said I would, accept an 600,000-700,000 total vote. We Will Work With Your Architect! Save up to $250 when you file with
I
Antenna. Installations Generous
honest and sincere draft and Arriving in Wisconsin to cam Financing

that I would do." paign Wallace said he plannedto BARSCO SUPF..Y CO. .J. PIERCE SMITH ;

Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwa base ,his campaign on local Black Audio Service -

ter;continued to stump through and constitutional government, C. R. MOBLEY '

Salifornia, seeking votes in the not personalities.Also 229 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 2-0440 702 West' Bay Jacksonville : County Tax Assessor, '
Ph. EL 4-4448 6' EL 3-1396 Jax -41 .I
state's June 2 primary, in in Wisconsin, Percy Sil- :


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I er with an ignition tester. The company carries a complete line of parts belt sander for instant use. The large square .machine in the front
equipment for lawnmowers and other machinery, and do all their own is the latest type of automatic power welder. W. Unit
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Is Now On At '" CleanFast
after reading a magazine article The business grew rapidly, of Florida, stand him
LORD BRYON'S EconomicalPhone
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SUNDRIES 1223 W.&University COSMETICS from the Army and one day 1 volume, Al Kemlah joined the problems of operating
Off The Campus fVROFAX GAS CORP.
Vi Block was reading this article on company as a partner last yourself rental service. 802 W. Univ. Ave.

I rental stores when I got the year. Kemlah's four years experience The Gainesville
i\ WESPECIALIZE
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Materials Rent AIls through sgr3t'' 9 5 Insurance

I Lumber- HardwarePlywood Every Mechanical Aid For chise. However the Z t ti e Ia:ve Needs Call

all its
owns equipment
Exterior and Interior Howard Adams -
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t
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tory of over 500 ...
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Ph. FR 6-4568 ment of over $30,000, Ph. FR 6.8236KNITTING I.
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Rentals I IV r7 f dar Spring the display of lawnmowers and yard tools in front of >: p'I.
silverware dishes .
at 625 N.W. 8th Avenue in Gainesville. .
and
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king-size stork for a stork shower.
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4 Goinesvilla Sun Tuesday, March 17, lyo-r
i THE OLD WAY WAS BETTER
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Oia ttsuilk iunt OF e I Sensible Campaigning.L '-": '-":


; THESOUTH v By RICHARD WILSON It Is concurrently true that an orderly fashion, subject by four TV debates and hand-

I H, : Chief, CowlesWashington the methods of modern poli- subject When he was finished shook their ways to millionsof
I II JOHN K. HAEKISOIf. FreiUemt sad Bureau tical campaigning have gotten he had usually given a comp voters without giving a full

rmblUhen rAT COWLES. Vic. Fre.ldcmti WASHINGTON, D.C. The beyond the bounds of ration- rehensive outline of his posi- exposition of their views.

ED JOHNSON Vie rrtildeit FBI was tipped that a Cuban ality. Therefore while it is still tion on the issues of the day, ,J
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G.
Florida's Beautiful r EBEKSOLE.and ExeemtlT VU EAlUrj PrciMent W. and Ad- suicide pilot might ram Presi- fresh in everyone's mind thata had been seen by many hun THE AIRPLANE played its la'

I vertUlnc Director BOB TABTAG- By RALPH McGILL dent Johnson's plan in mid- president can be shot dead dreds of thousands of people, part in this carrying the ", I
'University City' IJONE. Vic President and CtremUUo Pulitzer Prii WtaBinr PofcUther air on a recent trip to Florida. while campaigning, this is a and was prepared in October candidates day and night into t
& )loaer.J Of the AtUnU. (Ga.) CoosUUtioa This accounted for unusual good time for all candidates, for shorter journeys on a spot hundreds of cities for flash

Tat security precautions which included and the President as well, to basis to elaborate his views appearances without sub- ,
THE SUN'S POLICY St. switching the President give serious consideration to and meet the issues raised by stance. Half the time the candidates

t, from Air Force One, the presi- how the lunacy of campaigning his opponent all duly and were so tired they
1. Report the news fully and i impartially in the news columns.
dential plane to a similar jet for the presidency can be fully covered by press and scarcely knew what they were 'I
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only -editorials
: transport, and a series of other brought to an end before it radio. saying. f
sides of controversial 1
3. Publish all important issues. David
I St. elaborate diversions of a does more harm. Kefauver, however, introduced Now, it is fully demonstrated \
1: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 highly unusual and dramatic Prior to the late Estes Ke- the idea that a presi- that, particularly for the
Want Ads-376-4672 nature. fauver in the campaigns of dential candidate should shake president of the United States I
And President Johnson took this 1952 and the general use of hands with every citizen and this kind of campaigning is
in stride as one of the hazardsof the airplane at about the same utter some homily that would not only superficial and undignified -
: Freedom of Criticism his job, but the special arrangements time, political campaigningfor win his vote on a personal it can be very dan-
...
This is St Patrick's Day. inconveniencedhim the presidency made some basis as if the presidential gerous.

1 The freedom of a citizen to criticize knowledge that they were false and A few days St ago David's March Day.also... and cast a pall on what sense. It is true that state nominee were a candidate for Via television, presidential
gave us had sheriff. This projected the
otherwise was the kind of presidential primaries
reaffirmed without "reckless disregard of whe- candidates can today reacha
his government was Both saints of the early
: were political lark that he enjoys. been In existence for some nominee into the streets, hand thousand
times
t and strengthened this week when the ther false or not." church. Both served their Cel- years and had already made outstretched and with some more voters
than
by personal campaign-
t Supreme Court ruled there is no libel tic members. Both lend THIS KIND of thing has unnecessarily expensive and banality on his tongue, a technique ing. And they owe the voter

i in criticism of public officials for Three justices Black, Goldbergand strength to the well when substant-emis- happened in the past and prob- tiring the business of gettingthe now used to the pointof more than a hand shake anda I
their duties went further iated legends that ably will happen in the future. nomination. But once a nausea at supermarkets, the back.
the performance of un- Douglas even pat on
_... saries from Rome came to
candidate was fairs and public
I less deliberate malice can be shown. than the unanimous ruling opinion. Britain to establish the Presidents typically become presidential county every The Republican and Democratic 1
inured to the, risks and im- nominated an orderly processof place. It has gotten so that
They said the requirement that mal- church the barbarianswere presidential nominees f
once patient with the preventive exposing him and his viewsto the harried shopper and
Courts usually have been reluctantto ice be proved is not enough "protec driven out, they found measures of the Secret Service the country beganCAMPAIGNING this is no exaggeration will could do the nation a service I

award libel damages to public officials tion for the right critically to dis- the Christian church already in spite of the lessons that hurry out the back door if he by agreeing to make, duringthe i
there. Its beginnings were lost history teaches. up until or she sees a presidential can- campaign, a dozen major :
their affairs. Their fear is
the theory that conduct cuss public
on in the destruction. of war and With the increasing compli 1952 was largely by train. A didate coming. This happenedin speeches each before large
in office is subject to the freest that some courts may find malice invasions. But, pushed into cations of American society, candidate made a train tour New Hampshire, and poli- audiences in tours of the nation I I

criticism in a democracy. But the where none exists. the highlands of never-really- the risk to life and limb of a in September across the coun- tical reporters have seen it and over nation-wide TV.

I Alabama Supreme Court had upheld conquered Wales, and the deep president certainly grows no try and back whistle stop- happen all over the country.In This would permit jet-propell

an award of $500,000 in punitive The decision will be hailed as a fastnesses of the Scottish high- less, and is probably at its ping, it was called -and stop- the 1960 presidential cam- ed supermarket campaigningto

damages to City Commissioner L. B. victory for freedom of the press, and lands, it had endured. peak under the stresses of political ped in perhaps a dozen major paign, Richard M. Nixon and go down in history with the
THE Welsh controversy. cities to outline his views in John F. Kennedy engaged in yo-yo and the hula hoop.
"DEWI" IS
Sullivan of Montgomery against the it is. But it goes beyond that. Free-
=
And March is "St.
t New York Times and four Negro dom of the press is no more than the "David. 1
Dewi's Day." There is reasonto WILL HIS LIGHT LAST 'TIL CONVENTION?
t = clergymen. freedom of the citizen to make his believe he was born about

criticism of the government effective. the year 500. He died at an

I The cause of the suit was an advertisement This very case, it should be remem- old age near the close of the

t I -_ sponsored by civil rights bered, was not a matter of what the sixth century. There is authentic Big Wind Against Lodge
of his
evidence
having
=- groups which attacked in strong New York Times had to say about participated in a great relig-

: -. terms various police actions in the Southern police; it was what a groupof ious debate in Cardiganshirewhen SCrro fcteff the fact that* It was the first its beams" depends on whether cient institution survives.

== South. Though Sullivan was not nam- private citizens had to say on the the teachings of the 0< ARTHUR 80rk KROCK to shine out over the dark- they will be paled or supplemented These circumstances,

= ed, he claimed the ad obviously referred subject in an advertisement in the monk Pelagius were refuted.St. By The lit-; ening plain of the party con- by the great can- which worked out so favor-
-=- to him and had damaged his Times. David founded many tbUrtU New Hampe test for the presidential nom- dles yet to be lighted in the ably for Lodge, will not be

: reputation.The churches in South Wales, 53, of shire lighted for ination of 1964. forthcoming major primaries present in any of the other
l which yet bear his name. He Republicans in the Midwest in Ore state primaries. Even if the
The question would have been the Lodge owes its brightness to But how far it will "throw
was canonized in 1120. gon and Texas, and particu- little candle lighted for him
= U.S. Supreme Court overturned same had the Times voiced the He remains the patron saintof larly in California.The by the New Hampshire Republicans

= the Alabama Supreme Court rul- charges in an editorial. It would Wales.St. ON THE RIGHT = winds of competitionthese is not snuffed out

ing. It held that the threat of being have been the same had the individ Patrick has a somewhat primaries have evoked in the pivotal Midwestern
= similar Celtic history. He was will have hurricane force, states where write in cam-
successfully sued for libel may uals printed handbills, spoken on
born sometime between 373 with a capability of quench- paigns in his interest are
=- amount to censorship and so violate television, harangued a crowd, or and 389. His death is placed ing New Hampshire's small forming, it must keep burn-

-: the guarantees of freedom of speech simply discussed the matter with between 461 and 493. Once the HysteriaOver k. C't taper. And the general ex- ing Oregon, where Lodge's

4 and press in the First Amendment.This other individuals.It slave of one of the Irish feu- pectation of the political professionals name is on the official bal-

was the first time in history dal kings, he escaped and returned is that this is sure lot.And
as a missionary to the Oswald to happen. But meanwhile the though Goldwater's
:
__ the court has overturned a libel may seem unjust to expose pub
Irish, later becoming bishopof light shining from atop Mount anticipated sweep of the Tex-
=- award on constitutional grounds. lic officials to unwarranted verbal Ireland.ST. %:QddM. A.4 Washington on the party pathto as primary would not restore

abuse. The court said, however, that II San Francisco has given him to the position of frontrunner -
Ordinarily the truth of a defamatory they have other recourse in their de- PATRICK was a man By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. high visibility to perils from which he was
of tireless action and enthusiasm. -
-. statement is protection against fense than to "rely on friendly juriesto .He founded more than Switzerland At Geneva sination then according to that were mere speculationsbefore crowded out in New Hamp-

libel action. In Alabama the truth is forestall criticism of their official 300 churches. It was his work recently a Very Famous Eng- this story, was principally an for the Republicans shire an emphatic Go I dwa-
in the lead of the pil- ter
majority in California -
an absolute defense. The Times, how ,conduct. Furthermore, said the which destroyed the Druids lishman was expatiating at operation of Dallas policemen.I grimage. would place the Ambas-
could not this defense because court criticism "does not lose its and their faith. At his death, all the GIVE YOU an example of SPECULATION
ever, use constitutional Ireland still some length on reasons the ease with which stories ONE was sador last among the dark
had concede that although because was more pagan for that Senator Barry Goldwater horses to whom the -
it to e> protection merely than Christian, but the work why it is impossible an spread in this sophisticatedcorner Republican
the advertisement in' question it is effective and thus dimin- he had begun was irresistably astute man to believe that of the world, whereso of Arizona not only had National Convention f

was essentially correct, it did ishes (an official's) reputation." continued. Obviously an ebul- Lee Harvey Oswald killed much fun is had at the an"conservatives overwhelming whereverthey appeal to might turn to carry the par

contain a number of small errors lient, energetic man, he won Kennedy, or that the assassi- expense of American provin- abide, but also the for- ty Lyndon colors B.in Johnson.the race against
nation was other than the cialism. Mr. Mark Lane is a
the hearts well the
as as soulsof
The nature of affairs is such ensic talent incarnate himself
and public to
exaggerations.But -
of at RIGHT OR WRONG this
men and left hundreds of work of a conspiracy New York attorney and Left- ,
that this kind of hard and effective least several Since as the clear choice over is the New
legends which the Irish have persons. ist who has adopted the Os post Hampshire
the Supreme Court, writing criticism may lead the critic to make carried around the earth to the gentleman is a renowned wald cause as his very own. any and all "liberals. prospect as seen by the Republican

legal history, held that fair criticism honest errors. The court said "the make of St. Patrick "everybody's Liberal I thought to twit him He is willing to sacrifice even But the appeal did not professional politi-
by saying, "Your mode of his cherished to come through to the conser- cians. And though circumstances
privacy see
saint and cele-
official does not that ; we
of a public requirethe possibility a good-faith criticof vative majority establishedin
is much like arise in the Interim
brate "his with reasoning very that posthumous justice is may
critic to "guarantee the truth of government will be penalized for day" paradesand the Republican Party of
the "Wearin' o' the that of the John Birch So- done; finally talked the War- to match those latent
all his factual assertions," as long as his criticism strikes at the very Green." ciety." ren Commission into grantinghim New Ham p shIre. And his ones the professionals failedto

any erroneous statements were made center of the constitutionally pro- Both were remarkable men Without dropping a conver- a hearing last week, at campaigning was of indifferent detect in New Hampshire,

without malice that is, without tected area of free expression." and in March both have sation semi-quaver (I should the end of which the presidentof quality.It also surmised that the political logic of their
their day. add that his timing is world- the American Bar Associ- was present conclusion Is powerful .

I It is interesting that today famous), he replied darkly, ation, who has been designated the Gov.homespun Nelson electioneeringof A. Rockefeller for other reasons:
the Christian church, both "Yes, I have no doubt the to defend Oswald's inter- 1. It is hardly conceivable
amid fellow alumni of l
Voice of tiicFeop1eopinions Roman and Protestant, is John Birch Society had some ests officially before the War- Dartmouth College- and down- that any Republican will be
engaged internationally witha thing to do with it." ren Commission, told Lane to-earth Yankees with nominated at San Franciscowho
problem which requires modem THE OBSESSION, in other that all he had told the court and, in state ex does not compete strongly I
pense no object a
was in effect a bunch of drivel and in
St. Davids and St. Pat words, was so much in com- neighbor to his own, would at person. i
Xn The Sun's Opinion Page I ricks. mand! of him that he simply that had "already" been in the least gain him second placein 2. Lodge is enormously unpopular -

could not understand my newspapers. the primary returns. But, with the party workers
RELIGIOUS LEADERS are that the,kind of think- One of the things Lane had who were active in the J
point:
and comments of Sun readers ore welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters noting carefully, as commu- though he never missed a
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter should nism's political and semireligious ing he was indulging is the said was that he had been group around the cracker- 1960 campaign. ,
not exceed 500 words and must be written en only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot b* used. The kind one indulges when writ- "informed" that eight days barrel in the general store, 3, the hard core of Robert
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or philosophy gains geogra- ing books like "The Poli- before the assassination, Tip spent the most of A. Taft's 1952 supporters still l
Intent. phically and numerically, that money any
the Christian church has been tician," whose denouement is pitt, Oswald and Weissmanwho contender and never let it be cherish the resentment for t
my own life, and I attributemy feel that people In offices of that Eisenhower was a member ( had taken out the anti- forgotten he was a Dart- Lodge's tactics in successfully -
with the
active and in touch
Defends School individual success to the public trust should take an of the of the Communist Party. Kennedy ad in the Dallas mouth man, he came out promoting the nominationof
I training I received there. The open stand instead of passingthe political leadership ma- And not only my acquaintancein News on November 22) had third. General Eisenhower at the
In Melrose Sovietcontrolled
new controversial Melrose Ag problem down the socalled jor areas and also now those of China- Geneva, but seemingly all been seen together at Ruby's The final speculation prov- convention of that year.

EDITOR Sun: In referenceto Department provided a hith Chain-of-Command whereit since, the 13th ., of Europe has, as they say, nightclub. Now there is nota ed to be the unsound of 4. if, as now appears,
roughly century.In
a letter published under erto-lacking opportunity for is temporarily "stalled" due France and Greece gone ape on the theory that shred of evidence that any all. It was, that in a state Goldwater will retain suffi-
problem-solving and carryingto to possible political Italy, at such meeting took place: but
'Voice of the People" on repercus- areas yet free, the threat is what actually happened' which subjects issues and of- cient control of his delegatesto
completion a task once sions. Dallas is something very dif behold how the item is treatedin ficeseekers to the most acid select the winner if he
March 6 written Mrs. JohnL. constant foreboding.Both .
by ,
started. I graduated from It would appear to the average Protestant and ferent from what the world is Le Figaro, a respectedParis of all tests the New Eng- cannot win himself the most
Allison of Hawthorne, en- MHS in 1955, did my tour of citizen that the Melrose. Roman the churches have leaders being led to believe; that Earl daily which has long land Town Meeting no unlikely choice he would
titled "Melrose High Dispute duty with the Armed Forces, situation would not have be- who wonder what Warren has been selected to since been wondering how majority was conceivable in make among Gov. Scrantonof
today
Disturbs": and upon my return qualifiedfor come a problem of such mag- might have happened, in the preserve the Establishment'sscript come Tippitt spotted Oswaldin a Republican .primary for a Pennsylvania Richard M.
I wish to commend Mrs. Al.Ifson and was awarded the State nitude if the county office early centuries, had the and that almost certainly the first place. man many thousands of miles Nixon and Lodge would be

on her comprehensive Farmer degree in Future staff consisting of 30-plus church at the time lent itself, what lies behind it all away, whose attitudes on the President Johnson's current
presentation to the reading Farmers of America. The financial personnel were executingtheir for example, to land reform.It is the existence of an anarch- "HERE, THEN, Is a pieceof major problems of the day ambassador in Vietnam. ,

public regarding the problems profits from my projects duties and responsibilities was a hunger in the mindsof ic-fascist conspiracy. news that gives plausibilityto were unknown, and who, THIS ASSUMPTION is as
which face the fine people of in Vocational Agriculture to the public they serve, serfs and slaves even then "L'Express,*' for instance, a rumor, already old, but moreover, on his own motion soundly based as anything in
Melrose and Putnam County. enabled me to venture into in the manner their positions as was freedom. It remained which is a sort of semi-sick which last night was official- was a member of a Democratic politics can be, and, so far,
Certainly your newspaper is business.I indicate. for the Communists Leftist weekly in Paris in ized on television. CBS has national administration as Goldwater is concerned

to be commended for allowing agree with Mrs. Allison Since failure on the part of shrewdly to attach themselves, which,very flashy writers register stated that a witness has just it would only be fortified if

individual taxpayers to voice that the very unethical procedure the county offices is evident leech-like, to the major reforms their designs on humankind now declared to the Warren YET AN EMPHATIC ma- Lodge relinquishes his diplomatic
their opinions and problemsand of "Bird-dogging" or"informing" and since the issue has been of the 20th century to is halfway throughthe Commission that eight days jority, though it was obligedto post in time to makean
to seek advice regardingthe by students or presented to our reading public betray the words "freedom"and ; serialization of a most before the assassination of write in Lodge's name on active campaign. Presi-
solving of such vital prob- I would like very much to "democracy and to distort elaborate treatment of the the President, a mysterious the ballot, was assembled by dent Johnson stated for the
lems which face the people. adults is a most disgraceful see other taxpaying citizens the policy ,of land and- Dallas story in which, after reunion took place at the Carousel the circulation through the record that the ambassador -

Since I am a taxpayer of approach by those who at- voice their opinion in an effortto reform. third installment, it is already one of Ruby's cabarets. mails of one letter and an has participated in the
political
Putnam County, I have an tempt such practices. I also expose the entire situation, established that a) JFK was Three men took part in it: Os enclosed pamphlet, and by counsels from which every
interest in the county's welfare oppose the "pass the buck and to offer some suggestions LEADERS OF both chur- not shot by Oswald, but by wald, Tippitt, and Mr. Weiss- crafty use of television.But policy decision toward Viet
and I feel obligated to give tactics which she states have toward solving this problemfor ches, facing the fact that in someone lying under the over- man..." the publicity which Nam has evolved, and Gold-
my own appraisal of the Mel- occurred during her extensive the benefit of the childrenof too many areas the Christian pass towards which the presi- And so an unsubstantiatedrumor drew national attention to water Is the strongest Repub-

rose situation. efforts to obtain assistance the Melrose area.VANCE. religion often seems largely dential car was headed; b) put forward by a self- this small success in New lican critic of these policies. ,
This particular school play from officials regarding a solution POWELL confined to white-collar and someone in the Dalas police promoting Leftist, becomes an Hampshire was fundamentally Furthermore, Lodge has left
ed a very important part in to those problems. I Green Cove Springs wealthier peoples, wonder force was in cahoots with Os official statement on the basisof derived from the fact that no doubt with reporters in "
what might have happenedhad wald who was merely an accomplice which Europe continues to this is the first state pri Saigon that his counsels on
FEVERBy in the early centuries of and let him slip out build its fantasies. It is especially mary in the presidential ser- certain major problems have I
S POTOMAC the church more attention of the building even after the appalling, under the ies of 16. New Hampshireleads prevailed In Washington.

Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington BureauAn been paid generally to social police cordon was tight; c) circumstances, that Mr. War the procession merely This limits his capacity to ,
reforms for the masses of the someone in the Dallas police ren should have made those because 'the 1908 legislaturefixed make the all out assaulton

accountant says his name was forged on Bobby Baker's tax return. Well, a people a need which the force then released a description remarks to the effect that not the quadrennial eventon the Kennedy Johnson

fellow gets to be a_big-league: name-dropper and he's liable to drop one anywhere. Communists have falsely managed of Oswald, which was a in our lifetime would we know the date of the annual foreign policy in which all
M to make many believe signal to accomplice Tippittto some of the things Warren has Town Meeting to save mon- other aspirants have already
Rockefeller charges'the Johnson administration with "global ineptitude." And was recognized only by Karl shoot down Oswald, in the found out It is that kind of ey by combining two electoral joined. And whether or not
we've got no business dissipating the stuff around the world. It may be in short Marx.In process of which he inadver- melodramatic pish-posh that processes. And it so hap- Goldwater is the kingmaker -
supply until the Republicans get back in power., March, as we celebrateSt. tently got shot himself; andd encourages the mania that is pens that the New Hamp- of the platform and the f

-- David and St Patrick, it ) Ruby, another accomplice, overcoming Europe, beginning shire's is the first Town candidate at San Francisco,
The conservative National Review may fold for lack of money. It's pretty: may be well to think on these was told to rub out Oswald be- as always, with the in- Meeting Day in the New surely the convention will f
anian >political reading too-kind of the Fanny Hill of the right wing. matters. fore he talked. The assas- tellectuals. England states where the an- settle for nothing less.




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Gainesville Sun Tuesday March 17. 164
THE OLD WAY WAS BETTER

I CONSCIENCEOF




l': (iahttsuilk Sun Sensible Campaigning- .


THE By RICHARD WILSON It is ,concurrently that an orderly fashion, subject by four TV debates and hand-

Chief, CowlesWashington the methods of modern political subject. When he was finishedhe shook their ways to millionsof

JOHN K. HAKKISON.' PreiLdeit ..4Publisher Bureau campaigning have gotten had usually given a Comp- voters without giving a full \
PAT COWLES. Vle Pr *.- SOUTH. WASHINGTON, D.C. The beyond the bounds of rationality rehensive outline of his posi- exposition of their views.

deati ED JOHNSON Tie PresidentB4 FBI was tipped that a Cuban Therefore while it is still tion on the issues of the day, j
W. G. (Dill
I Florida's Beautiful *EBERSOLE Eseeitlv, Vie Editor Preildemt and A4TertUiaf suicide pilot might ram President fresh in everyone's mind thata had been seen by many hun THE AIRPLANE played its .

I DlreeUri BOB TAKTAG- RALPH :McGILL Johnson's plan in midair president can be shot dead dreds of thousands of people, part in this by carrying the I
By
University City LIONE. Tie PreiMent and CirtaUUoa Fmlltser Fife Winnia* P.IIUsJaer on a recent trip to Florida. while campaigning this is a and was prepared in Octoberfor candidates day and night into \

Manager. Of the Atlanta (Ga.) CoBtUtatlom This accounted for unusual good time for all candidates, shorter journeys on a spot hundreds of cities for flash 1

security precautions which included and the President as well, to basis to elaborate his views appearances without sub- >

1 THE SUN'S POUCY St. 'Pat switching the President give serious consideration to and meet the issues raised by stance. Hall the time the candidates |

from Air Force One, the presi- how the lunacy of campaigning his opponent all duly and were so tired they -
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. dential plane, to a similar jet for the presidency can be fully covered by press and scarcely knew what they were
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorials ;
transport, and a series of other brought to an end before it radio. saying.
3. Publish! all sides of important controversial issues.
,: i St. David elaborate diversions of a does more harm. Kefauver, however, intro- Now, it is fully demonstrated -

l'' The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 highly unusual and dramatic Prior to the late Estes Ke- duced the idea that a presi- that, particularly for the

t,;' Want Ads-376-4672 nature. fauver in the campaigns of dential candidate should shake president of the United States,
And. President Johnson took this 1952 and the general use of hands with every citizen and this kind of campaigning is

\ in stride as one of the hazardsof the airplane at about the same utter some homily that would not only superficial and undignified -

1 Freedom of CriticismThe his job, but the special arrangements time, political campaigningfor win his vote on a personal it can be very dan-

i This is St. Patrick's Day.... inconveniencedhim the presidency made some basis as if the presidential gerous.

k freedom of a citizen to criti knowledge that they were false and A few days ago March also and cast a pall on what sense. It is true that state nominee were a candidate for Via television, presidential
gave us St. David's Day.... otherwise was the kind of presidential primaries had sheriff. This projected the candidates reacha
reaffirmed without "reckless disregard of whe- can today
; cize his government was Both saints of the existence for nominee into the hand
were early political lark that he enjoys. been in some streets, thousand times voters
t and strengthened this week when the ther false or not." church. Both served their Celtic years and had already made outstretched and with some more
than by personal campaigning. -
t I Supreme Court ruled there is no libel members. Both lend THIS KIND of thing has unnecessarily expensive and banality on his tongue, a technique And they owe the voter

in criticism of public officials for Three justices Black, Goldbergand strength to the well substantiated happened in the past and prob- tiring the business of gettingthe now used to the pointof more than a hand shake anda

.the performance of their duties un. Douglas went even further legends that when emis- ably will happen in the future. nomination. But once a nausea at supermarkets, pat on the back.
: saries from Rome came to Presidents typically become presidential candidate was county fairs and every public
malice be shown. than the unanimous ruling opinion. and Demo-
The
less deliberate can Republican
Britain to establish the inured to the risks and impatient nominated an orderly processof place. It has gotten so that
_. They said the requirement that mal- church once the barbarianswere with the preventive exposing him and his viewsto the harried shopper and cratic presidential nominees

t Courts usually have been reluctant ice be proved is not enough "protec- driven out, they found measures of the Secret Serv- the country began.CAMPAIGNING this is no exaggeration will could do the nation a serviceby

:: to award libel damages to public officials tion for the right critically to dis- the Christian church already ice in spite of the lessons that hurry out the back door if he agreeing to make, duringthe

the theory that their con- cuss public affairs." Their fear is there. Its beginnings were lost history teaches. up until or she sees a presidential can- campaign, a dozen major
on in the destruction of war and With the increasing compli- 1952 was largely by train. A didate coming. This happenedin speeches each before large
duct in office is subject to the freest that some courts'may find malice invasions. But, pushed into cations of American society, tandidate made a train tour New Hampshire, and political audiences in tours of the nation -

i criticism in a democracy. But the where none exists. the highlands of never-really- the risk to life and limb of a In September across the coun- reporters have seen it and over nation-wide TV.

Alabama Supreme Court had upheldan conquered Wales, and the deep president certainly grows no try and back whistle stopping happen all over the country.In This would permit jetpropelled -

award of $500,000 in punitive The decision will be hailed as a fastnesses of the Scottish highlands less, and is probably at its it was called -and stop- the 1960 presidential cam- supermarket campaigningto

damages to City Commissioner L. B. victory for freedom of the press, andit it had endured. peak under the stresses of political ped in perhaps a dozen major paign, Richard M. Nixon and go down in history with the
controversy. cities to outline his views in John F. Kennedy engaged,in yo-yo and the hula hoop.
_Sullivan of Montgomery against the is. But it goes beyond that. Free- "DEWI" IS THE Welsh

.=:New York Times and four Negro dom of the press is no more than the "David." And March 1 is "St.Dewi's Bible instructor; Deacon Frank past two weeks has been pleas-
"
clergymen. freedom of the citizen to make his Day. There is reasonto COLORED NEWSB. lin, Sunday School, superintendent -ant, were flown to their home
believe he was born about Mrs. 0. M. Rentz .
criticism of the government effective. ; Baptist yesterday.Mrs.
the year 500. He died at an Training Union president; Deacon Clara Griffin recently returned -
= The of the suit was an ad- This very case, it should be remem- News Editor
cause old age near the lose of the F. Childs, Colored 0. Johnson, choir president; here from Asbury Park,

=vertisement sponsored by civil rights bered, was not a matter of what the sixth century. There is authentic CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSShady Agnes Gordon, reporter. Mrs. Bernice Gaskin, pianist; N. J. where she attended the

=groups which attacked in strong New York Times had to say about evidence of his having Grove Primitive Baptist Deacon H. Fort, chairman of final rites for her father, Rich-

= terms various police actions in the Southern police; it was what a groupof participated in a great r lig- There will be prayer NEWBERRY NEWS program committee; Levi Griffin -ard Hampton.
ious debate in Cardiganshirewhen meeting today, 7:30: p.m; and CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe Sr., chairman of solicitors'
not citizens had the
South. Sullivan nam- private to
Though was say on
= the teachings of the the choir and ushers will meet
Mothers Club of New- committee; and Mrs. M. E. Mid-
= ed, he claimed the ad obviously re- subject in an advertisement in the monk Pelagius were refuted.St. tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. Rev. E. S. berry Elementary School will dleton, reporter. EASTER PRACTICESAll who to take
plan
=ferred to him and had damaged his Times. David founded many Bullard, pastor; Mrs. F. D. meet at the school on March 25 in persons the Easter are
part program,
reputation. churches in South Wales, 53, of Shannon, reporter. at 8 p.m.Mrs. STATE CONVENTIONThe asked to meet at the Friendship
-- <""" which yet bear his name. He Emanuel There will Barbara Jones, Girl
S3ie question would have been the Baptist State Convention began Baptist Church on Monday and

ZI The U.S. Supreme Court overturned same had the Times voiced the was He canonized remains the in 1120. saintof be prayer meeting today, 7:30 Scouts executive, will be present yesterday at 8 p.m. at the Thursday, at 5:30: p.m.
patron to organize the Girl Scouts.,
Church of God in Christ with Bishop
the Alabama Court rul- charges in editorial. It would
Supreme p.m.Mt.
= an Wales.St. .
Carmel Baptist There Ferman Wingate, reporter. H. Williams, as host pas. RETARDATION PROGRAMThe
=ing. It held that the threat of being have been the same had the individ. Patrick has a somewhat will be mid-week Meditation tor, and lasts to March 22. The second in a series of programs

successfully sued for libel may uals printed handbills, spoken on similar Celtic history. He was Services today, 7:30 p.m. Youth BAPTIST BROTHERHOODThe schedule of activities is as follows on "Mental Retardation"will

=. -amount to censorship and so violate television, harangued' crowd, or born sometime between 373 Forum tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., and Baptist Brotherh o o d : be held at the Mt. Carmel
.:: and 389. His death is placed also Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will meeting will be held at the Sec Today, Education Day Wed
the guarantees of freedom of speech simply discussed the matter with ; Baptist Church with Rev. T. A.
between 461 and 493. Once the
rehearsal 8p.m. ond Bethel Baptist Church at
have their joint
:and press in the First Amendment. other individuals.It slave of one of the Irish feudal .; and there will be Teachers Kirkwood on March 19, Thursday nesday program, there and also will Bishop be a 0.local T. Wright March, 31 pastor at 8, on Tuesday Please,
,
p.m.
:This was the first time in history kings, he escaped and returned Meeting, Thursday 7:30 at 8 p.m. Rev. D. E. White, Jones' Day; Thursday, Evan- come and bring a friend.

..::the court has overturned a libel may seem unjust to expose pub- as a missionary to the p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; president; Rev. S. M. Daniels, gelists' Day; Friday, State Mo

i. H award on constitutional grounds. lic officials to unwarranted verbal Irish Ireland.ST., later. becoming bishopof Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, report secretary. I ther's Day; Saturday morning, BOARD ORGANIZESThe

abuse. The court said, however, that er.East Sunshine Band and Mother Cof. Ushers' Board for the
PATRICK was a man Side Church of God in NOTICEThe fee's Day; Saturday night, Layman's Movement of the
Ordinarily the truth of a defama- they have other recourse in their defense Christ School 10 First Division Ministersand
Sunday Ministers'
Young and
of tireless action and enthusi Day; Jerusalem Baptist Associationwith
tory statement is protection against than to "rely on friendly juriesto asm. He founded more than a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 ,I Deacons Union, auxiliary Sunday, Bishop H. Williams' Rev. T. D. Davis, Moderator -

libel action. In Alabama the truth is forestall criticism of their official 300 churches. It was his work a.m.; and evening worship, 7:30 of the Jerusalem Missionary Day. was organized at the Mt.

an absolute defense. The Times, how- conduct." Furthermore, said the which destroyed the Druids p.m. Elder J. C. Carter. Baptist Association, with Rev.T. Carmel Baptist Church. The officers

ever, could not use this defense, be- court, criticism "does not lose its con- and their faith. At his death, Pilgrim Rest Church of UnityNo. D. moderator, /wil conveneat MEETING SET are as follows: Levi Mat-
1 Church School, 10 a.m.; the Emanuel Baptist Church,
Ireland was still more pagan The Petite Mademoiselle Club thews, President: Rufus Moss,
cause it had to concede that, Although stitutional protection merely be- and afternoon worship, 3:30 p.m. Gainesville, on March 2729.
Mrs. Mable
than Christian but the work vice president;
the advertisement in it is effective and thus is follows will meet at the home of Mrs.
ques- cause dimin- Elder Rufus Armstrong, pastor; The official staff as : Crawford recording
he had begun was irresistably Elaine of 217 S.E. 14th secretary;
Hayes,
tion was essentially correct, it did ishes (an official's) reputation." continued. Obviously an ebul- Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter. Rev. D. A. Williams, president; St., today at 8:30 Mrs. Dolores Mrs. Annie Mae Webber, assistant -

contain a number of small errors lient, energetic man, he won Hopewell Baptist Choir No. Rev. P. J. Cason, vice-president; Phillips, reporter.p.m. secretary; Mrs. Julie Lit-
1 will have its rehearsal Mrs. Ruth Maxwell, secretary
I: and exaggerations. The nature of public affairs is such the hearts as well as the soulsof today, ; tles, finance secretary; Mrs.
8 p.m.; and Choir No. 2 will have Deacon D. A. Williams, treasurer Annie Caldwell, treasurer and
and left hundreds of ;
men,
that this kind of hard CHORUS TO APPEARThe
and effective legends which the Irish have its rehearsal tomorrow, 8 p.m. ; Deacon H. Gaskin, chairman Mrs. Lula Smith, chaplain.
I But the Supreme Court, writing criticism may lead the critic to make carried around the earth to. Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. of finance; Rev. A. Jenkins, Sunland Employees Training Chorus Center from will

legal history, held that fair criticism honest errors. The court said "the make of St. Patrick "every- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMrs.
render a program at the Friend-
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\ of a public official does not require possibility that a good-faith criticof body's saint;" and we cele- ON THE RIGHT = ship Baptist Church on Sunday, Natley Bryant announcesthe

j the critic to "guarantee the truth of government will be penalized for brate "his day" with paradesand March 22, at 5 p.m. Everyoneis engagement and approach.

1 all his factual assertions," as long as his criticism strikes at the very Green.the" "Wearin' o' the Brown invited to attend. Mrs. Joseph ing Miss marriage Flora Mae of her Bryant daughter, to,

any erroneous statements were made center of the constitutionally protected Both were remarkable men HysteriaOver sponsor. Douglas Hill Sr., of Leesburg.The .

_I without malice that out area of free expression." and in March both have! SPECIAL SERVICES bride elect is the daughter -

.. their dav.It "' .'R..PV... W... .T.... IJU.C/Misfo........ gUY and "sv",uu-***_ of Bishop N. Bryant, of Eus-
interesting that today OswaldBy ,. gregation from Zion Temple A. tis. Both, bride elect and
the Christian church both groom to be, are employed in
M.E. Zion Church will rendera II
Voice of the Roman and Protestant, is ,{ special after service on Sunday the Lake County Public School

PeopleOn engaged internationally witha II evening at the Friendshin System as teachers.
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problem which requires modern J WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. I Baptist Church. Everyone is The marriage will be an

St. Davids and St. Pat Switzerland At Geneva kind, Is halfway throughthe invited. Sponsor: Home Mission 'event of March 28 at the Chruchof
I The Sun's ricks. serialization of a most of God in Christ on NW 7th Ave
_= Opinion Pages recently a Very Famous Englishman Society Friendship Baptist I
elaborate treatment of the Church.
RELIGIOUS LEADERS are was expatiating at nue.Following
the marriage there
Opinions and comments of Sun readers era welcome in th, Voice af tha Peep column. Utters all the Dallas story in which, after ,
noting carefully, as communism's some length on reasons
must bo signed and beor the writer's oddreu. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should third installment, it is already SPECIAL NOTICEThe will be a reception in the dining-
not exceed 500 words end must be written en only one side of the paptr. Poetry cannot be used. Th. political and semireligious why it is impossible for an established that a) JFK was presidents of the local room of the church.No .

Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter er to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or philosophy gains geographically astute man to believe that not shot by Oswald, but by Missionary Societies are askedto invitations are being sent
and numerically, that out but all friends and relativesare
Lee Oswald killed ,
Harvey someone lying under the over- meet Friday, March 20, at'
my own life, and I attributemy feel that people in offices of the Christian church has been Kennedy, or that the assassi- pass towards which the presidential 9:30 p.m. at the Spring Hill invited to attend.

Defends School individual success to the public trust should take an active and in touch with the nation was other than the car was headed; b) Baptist Church with Rev. T. D.
training I received there. The stand instead of political leadership of the ma- work of of at NOTICE
In Melrose open passingthe a conspiracy someone in the Dalas police Davis, pastor and moderator.
new controversial Melrose Ag problem down the socalled jor areas now Sovietcontrolled least several persons. Since force was in cahoots with Os- Enrollment: personal, $2 society The 5th Sunday Ministers,

EDITOR, Sun: In reference Department provided a hith- Chain-of-Command whereit and also those of China, the gentleman is.a renowned wald, who was merely an accomplice $5; and education, ;$10 Deacons, Laymen's and Wom-

'. : to a letter published under erto-lacking opportunity for is temporarily "stalled" due since roughly the 13th century.In Liberal, I thought to twit him and let him slip out Mrs. L. Williams, president; an's Auxiliary will meet at the
problem-solving and carryingto to Italy, France and Greece, by saying, "Your mode of ; groom-to-be employed in
"Voice of the People" ont possible political repercus- of the building even after the Mrs. Mattie Primos, recording are
I free the threat is
completion a task once sions. areas yet reasoning is very much like police cordon ) Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
was tight; c secretary Mrs. Esther W.
;
March 6, written by Mrs. John started. I graduated from It would appear to the average constant, foreboding.Both that of the John Birch So- someone fin the Dallas police Hamm, reporter. Church with Rev. H. Kinsey,

L. Allison of Hawthorne, entitled MHS in 1955, did my tour of citizen that the Melrose the Protestant and ciety. force then,released a description pastor.

"Melrose High Dispute duty with the Armed Forces, situation would not have be- Roman churches have lead- Without dropping a conver- of Oswald, which was -a PERSONALSMr. 1- During the meeting, there will

: Disturbs": and upon my return qualifiedfor come a problem of such magnitude ers todawho wonder what sation semi-quaver (I should signal to accomplice Tippittto and Mrs. Virgil Smith, ,be an Easter progam rendered. -

I wish to commend Mrs. Al- and was awarded the State if the county office might have happened, in the add that his timing is world- shoot down Oswald, in the Jr., and family, all of New Mrs. Novell Price, supervisor -

lison on her comprehensive Farmer degree in Future staff consisting of 30-plus early centuries, had the famous), he replied darkly, process of which he inadver- York City, attended the final ; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter.
church at the time lent itself
.presentation to the reading Farmers of America. The financial personnel were executing for to land reform.It ,. "Yes, I have no doubt the tently got shot 'himself; andd rites for Mr. Smith's father, .
public regarding the problems profits from my pro their duties and responsibilities example, John Birch Society had some- ) Ruby, another accomplice, Virgil Smith Sr. at
in the mindsof the Mt.
which face the fine people of jects in Vocational Agriculture to the public they serve, was a hunger thing to do with it." was told to rub out Oswald be- Pleasant Methodist Qbituati esI
serfs and slaves even then Church on <
:! Melrose and Putnam County. enabled me to venture into in the manner their positions THE OBSESSION, in other fore he talked. The assas- last
business.I as was freedom. It remained Saturday afternoon.
Certainly your newspaper is indicate. for the Communists words, was so much in com- sination, then, according to Miss Mary H. Smith and Miss MATT JOE WILLIAMS
to be commended for allowing agree with Mrs. Allison Since failure on the of this I
part story was principally an
mand of him that he simply
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shrewdly to attach themselves, Annie Mae Brown, both of Tallahassee Final rites for Matt Joe Williams
i individual taxpayers to voice that the very unethical procedure the county offices is evident could not understand my operation of Dallas policemen.I .
leech-like, to the major reforms were guests here yes of High Springs, were con-
their and problems the issue has been
opinions and since
of "Bird-dogging" or"informing" of the 20th century; to point: that the kind of thinking GIVE YOU an example of terday. ducted today from the Mt. Car
and to seek advice regarding presented to our reading public he indulging is the the ease with which stories
: by students or betray the words "freedom"and was Mrs. Mary H. Ford returned mel M. E. Church. He is survived
the solving of such vital problems I would like much to
very in
kind when writ this
spread
indulges
one sophisticated
o which face the people. adults is a most disgraceful other taxpaying citizens "democracy, and to distort here yesterday from Washing. by a devoted wife, Mrs.
see the of land and ing books like "The Politician corner of the world, whereso Wilbur B. Williams three children
policy ton, D.C., where she was called -
Since I am a taxpayer of approach by those who at- voice their opinion in an effortto whose denouement is much fun is had at the
political reform. because of the illness of her sister Mrs. Clemintine W. Cole-
I have such
Putnam County, an tempt practices. I also expose the entire situation, that Eisenhower was a member expense of American provin
interest in the county's welfare] oppose the "pass the buck and to offer some suggestions LEADERS OF both churches of the Communist Party. cialism. Mr. Mark Lane is a Mrs. Catherine Thomas, Miss man, Mrs. Sabrena Thelma Zinnerman E. Miles,

and I feel obligated to give tactics which she states have toward solving this problemfor facing the fact that in And not only my acquaintancein New York attorney and Left- whose condition was reported as Polly ,
sister Mrs. Minnie McDowell
one
own appraisal of the Melrose occurred during her extensive the benefit of the childrenof somewhat improved -
my too the Christian
many areas Geneva, but seemingly all ist who has adopted the Os- other relatives and friends.
efforts to obtain Mrs. Eunice C. Caldwell flew
situation. assistance Melrose .
the area.VANCE
religion often seems largely of has wald cause his
Europe as they say, as very own. Pallbearers Louis
This particular school played from officials regarding a solution POWELL I confined to white-collar and gone ape on the theory that He is willing to sacrifice even yesterday to Belmar, N. J., on i'ant Sr. James were Arthur Bry-

:: a very important part in to those problems. I Green Cove SpringsPOTOMAC wealthier peoples, wonder what actually happened at his cherished privacy to see a brief visit and outing with her Simmons, Arthur Bryant Perry,, Peter

what might have ,happenedhad Dallas is something very different that posthumous justice is sister Mrs. ZeUs M. Jackson, Mann, E. S. Duncan IL

FEVERBy in the early centuries of from what the world is done; finally talked the Warren and other relatives. DONNElL PERRY

the church, more attention being led to believe; that Earl Commission into grantinghim Mrs. Madge Brown, of Dun- Final rites for Donnell Perryof

Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau been paid generally to social Warren has been selected to a hearing last week at nellon, passed through Gainesville Lake Butler, who died March
reforms for the masses of the preserve the Establishment's the end of which the presidentof yesterday enroute to 11 at the Veterans Administration -
An accountant says his name was forged on Bobby Baker's tax return. Well, a people a need which the script, and that almost certainly the American Bar Association Jacksonville. Hospital in Lake City following -

fellow gets to be a big-league name-dropper and he's liable to drop one anywhere. Communists have falsely ma- what lies behind it all who has been designated James Andrews, of Jack. a lingering illness, will

-- naged to make many believewas is the existence of an anarch to defend Oswald's inter sonville, passed through Gaines- be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m.
Rockefeller charges the Johnson administration with "global ineptitude." And recognized only by Karl ic-fascist conspiracy. ests officially before the Warren ville yesterday en route to St from the St. John Baptist

we've got no business dissipating the stuff around the world. It may be 0 in short MarLIn "L'Express," for instance, Commission, told Lane Petersburg.Mr. Church with the pastor officiat

supply until the Republicans get back in power. v March as we celebrate which is a sort of semi-sick that all he had told the court and Mrs. Robert Andersen ing. Interment will follow in the

-- St. David and St. Patrick, it Leftist weekly in Paris,. in was in effect a bunch of drivel and daughter, Helen, all of 'St. John's Cemetery.
The conservative National Review may fold for lack of money. It's pretty may be well to think on these which very flashy writers register that had "already been in the New York, N. Y., whose visit I Hughes & Chestnut Funeral

spicy political reading too-kind of the Fanny Hill of the right wing. matters. their designs on human- newspapers." "- here and Jacksonville for the Home in charge.



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f 20 Tables in Play Sigma I III 0 MO f HOD J Calendar Of Events* I H


! TODAY March 17
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At Club Bridge Kappas Temple.
Sigma Kappa Alumnae chapter -I Gardens !I St. Theresa's Circle of St. Pa-
8 p.m., Mrs. William' S. i tricks Church 8 pjn., Mrs.
Twenty tables of bridge and Gainesville Woman's Club Fri- Jurrell and Mrs. Glen Haas I James F. Collins 3825 SW 5th
t canasta were in play during the I day afternoon at the clubhouse. Meet lUE miL Y hostess .at the former's home, OpenAn I Place.
card of the! Hostesses included Mrs. A. K. f R '
bi-monthly party 3420 NW 21st Place. I invitation has been ex i University of Florida Agricultural -

Brill, Mrs. Frank Hubbard Mrs. A St. Patrick's Day theme will. Gainesville Rose Society 8 tended by Dr. and Mrs. J. I,, Women's Club, Tea 3 to
Christine Mrs. H. G.
Starnes be featured at the Sigma Kappa p. m., Community Room, Guaranty Wayne Reitz to anyone wish- is P.m., Mrs. J. R. Beckenbach,
Church Wiltshire and :Mrs. J. Martine Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor
I Alumnae meeting tonight at 8 Federal Savings and Loan ing to view the gardens of 2126 NW 11th Avenue.

Pearce. p.m..The group will meet at the Building, Dr. Sam E. McFad- the President's Residence I Soil Conservation Service
Circles The hostess group and Mrs. J. home of Mrs. William S. Dur- Troy-Samol den, speaker. through the week. Wives Club, 10 ajn., Mrs. Robert
Ed Price president, and Mrs. rell, 3420 NW 21 Place, with University of Florida, Depart- This annual "open gar- Fulmer, Mrs. Howard Biss-
Arthur Campbell, social chair den" is a tradition with the
Mrs. Glen Haas as cohostess.Mrs. land and "Mrs. David
Dishong,
TODAY, March 17 LARGO-Mr. and Mrs. Frank ment of Music, Concert 8:15
Wesley Community Methodist man, greeted guests. J. F. Harris, president, I. of p.m., University Auditorium. Reitzes during the spring 13001 NE 14th Drive.
Troy Largo announce the
Church High bridge honors were won announces that a nominating season. I Gainesville Junior Woman's
by Mrs. Claude I. Allen Mrs. committee will be appointed, engagement of their daughter, Lioness Club, Tuesday 8 Also open to the public are Club, Orientation meeting for
8 p.m., Virginia Chapman Circle Miss[ Carol Ann Mrs. F. W. Wood 1006NW I
,
Troy, to Harry p.m., the WUmont Gardens ,
Lillian Monk Mrs. Walter Rob- for the on
; and plans completed new members, 10 a.m., Club-
: Mrs. D. R. Sapp 1605 NE
Samol 14th Avenue.
H. of
I Sixth TerraceHelen Thomas inton bingo, and Mrs. Wilson rummage sale to be held Sat son Mr. and Mrs. the University Campus, off I house.
; John A. Samol of Miami. Delta Zeta Alumnae Club 8p.m.
North-South Drive.
I Boozer canasta. will be
Circle urday. Rummage prepared Gainesville Library Advisory
, Mrs. A. D. Fagan, 4101 : BaldwinJr.
Fletcher
Mrs.
SW 21st Street.Gethsemane Guests playing were Mrs. Kai and marked for the sale. The bride-elect was graduated ; Board 8 pjn., Gainesville Pub
t' Lutheran Church Spindler, Mrs. Bernice Dalke Chairman of the sale, Mrs. from Largo High School and ., 1804 SW 43rd Avenue. nae, Election, 8 p.m., Mrs. Thomas lic Library.

8 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran Mrs. Henry Mkkler, Mrs. Dale Robert N. Howe, reminds al attended the University of Flo- University Kiwanis Ladies Pyles 629 NE Boulevard. Delta Kappa Gamma 7:30
t Church Women, Mrs. 0. W. Pennington, Mrs. Irbie Johnson, umnae to bring clothing and rida. She is employed by South- ; Night, Gainesville Golf and Eight O'clock Group, University p. m., Mrs. Margaret Goggins,
Nestor 3857 SW 4th Place. Mrs. Louise Foster, Mrs. Eu household items to the meeting. ern Bell Telephone Company. Country Club.WEDNESDAY. : Women's Club Newcomers, 4024 NW 15th Street.
First Lutheran Church gene Foster Mrs. Dolly Truby Members unable to attend the :;: March 18 8 p.m. Clubhouse, West Newberry Chapter CQ PEO, 8 p. m.,
7:30 Rachel Circle, and Miss Ida Burkhim.At meeting should contact Mrs. The bridegroom-elect was Woman's Republican Club, Road, Mrs. James Gaven and Miss Caroline Ferguson, 1326
pjn.
Mrs. Robert Besalski, 518 NW the bridge party given a Lewis F. Blalock or Mrs. Ned graduated[ from Hialeah High Election Noon, Park Lane i Mrs. William Carter, hostesses.Dr. NE. 14th Terrace.At .
Scott who will pick their School and is presently a student -
up Cafeteria. Donald V. Eitzman, guest!
3 th Terrace. fortnight ago, hostesses for the a e
at the
University of Flori-
WSCS Wesley Community Me* afternoon were Mrs. R. L. Bow- articles. da. Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30p. : speaker. I No Place in

thodist Church man, Mrs. A. P. Black, Mrs. m., Holiday Inn. THURSDAY, March 19 North Central Florida
7:30 p.m., Spiritual Life Study Thomas A. Snow, Mrs. Hazel S. Dr. Eitzman 4* Plans have been made for a St. Joan's Circle of St. Pat League of Women Voters I can you find so many
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Course Class Church Rice and Mrs. Mark W. Emmel. Will i Speak June 6 wedding at 11 a.m., atthe rick's Church 8 p. m., Mrs. Annual Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,I Used Typewriters
... '- ,.! Holy Family Catholic'" John R. O'Malley, 3858 SW 5th Guaranty Federal Savings and: & Adding Machines (44)( )
r. To NewcomersDr. Church, St. Petersburg. Miss Carol Ann Troy Place. Loan Association Building, 220 Cash Registers ((10))
8 good Typewriters
i Chapter I, PEO 10 a. m., North Main Street. I
Donald V. Eitzman, associate while they last $19.50
of pediatricsat Mrs. Daniel Brennan Mrs. H. S. Wolfe, 2115 NW 7 Auxiliary of Veterans of For!
professor
i eign Wars 8 Post 'i
the University of Florida College Lane p.m., Home RISER'S

GMwd of Medicine, will be guest Heads Gainesville Woman's Club, di Waldo Road. I,
Pat's
1 St. Women THURSDAYlarch! 19 Office Equipment
speaker during the Wednesday vision of Literature Book Review
Gainesville Chapter 44, OES I 604 North Main Street
meeting of the Eight O'clock 2 p.m., Mrs. R. Eugene Sales Service Rentals
/ BY Group of University Women's Mrs. Daniel Brennan was elected 25 comfort bags for the Vet Rutland, guest reviewer. _
club Newcomers.The president of St. Patrick's eran's Hospital at Lake City as Democratic Women's Club,
/OSEPHINELOWMAM meeting will begin at 8 Woman's Club during a recent one of the club projects. :Mrs. Board meeting, Mrs. LyleN.

p.m. at the University Women's I meeting. Lawton reported 58 spiritual McAlister, 2712 SW 5th PL WEMOST

Clubhouse on Newberry Road Serving as members of the bouquets issued in February.This University City Bridge Club,

with a report by the nominating executive board with her will Saturday, members of 7:45 p.m., Weed Hall. 107 NW
committee and election of the be: the club will serve a luncheonfor 15th Terrace. .
Newcomer Board for 1964-65. teen-age members of the University of Florida Dames SALE

Dr. Eitzman, director of the Mrs. J. A. Bergman, first vice parrish attending a Day of Recollection Fashion Show, 8 pjn., Univer
These Feminine Traits Poison Control Center at the president; Mrs. A. W. Row, second at the parrish hall. sity Auditorium.

University Hospital, will discuss vice president; Mrs. CharlesE. Other activities of the club Ladies Monthly Bridge and

Seem to Irk I MenFor ways in which children can be DeBolt, secretary and Mrs planned include: a Mother Luncheon, 10:30 a.m., Gaines-
protected from accidental poisoning Harry L. Layfield treasurer. Daughter breakfast on May 3.. ville Golf and Country Club.
a couple of days, I will report one who wears too much makeup and work of the Poison Prior to the business session, following 9 a.m. Mass and the I Alachua County Classroom I
some of the things men or lots of heavy jewelry -Control Center. I Father Jean-Marie P age a u annual St. Patrick Parrish Carnival Teachers Association Board DAY LOW e

wrote to me after reading a column red polish, which covers poorly I Hostesses for the meeting will spoke to the club. April 25 at the school. The! meeting, 3:30: p.m. J. J. Finley

I had about what feminine cared for nails, and girls or be Mrs. James Gaven and Mrs. I Mrs. Brennan was named delegate carnival, set from 3 to 9 p.m.,I Library.
traits men find attractive and women who are not at all interested -IWilliam Carter. All University and Mrs. Row alternate will be open to the public. I Kappa Kappa Gamma Alum-

unattractive.The in, and have no skill in are invited to at delegate to the 34th annual
following are excerpts the domestic arts such as cooking tend. Refreshments will be :
Deanery Council of Catholic Wo-
from a letter sent to me by 14 and sewing. EARL C. MAY
men's Convention in Sarasota, k The Furniture Manufacturers
men, seven of whom are mar These men say, "The seven of 'May 11-13. and ;.
ried and seven of whom are us who are married have our served.Brides' .'#,< i ii
bachelors. ideal in women, and we might I Mrs. Lowell Mock will represent ;. JACK C. MAYRepresenting i

"Things we find embarrassingor :add, we had a lot of screening the club at the Deanery .o ,, SAMPLE HOUS
meeting April in Jackson- [ ,< I IN
aggravating: I to do in order to find them. A t

A woman or girl who constantly I The seven of us who are single Book ville.Mrs. The Equitable Life ,: '

interrupts conversationonewho .will remain single until we find Paul Bergman reported ; Assurance Society ',.>;.;: .. South Main $r. at $.W*
is loud one who becomes something better than we have that all curies are working on t % .
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angry over small unimportant f ound so far. We have good TODAY, March 17 ( t ,
either in conversation or have fair amount of honoring I
things, IJobs, a money Postwedding reception -

because of unavoidable cIrcumstances salved and own our own cars Mr. and :Mrs. Theodore. League MeetingSet /....................................................................N....N..I I N N.........N...?..11 N..I..I.N.......N11......I...N:.
one who gets into an i(paid for). We live in bachelor Mackie Barber of Knoxville, ... ...
argument with another female apartments and do our own 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. ThursdayAnnual ... ..
over a dress or hairdo at a housework, washing, ironingand Grier G. Kirkpatrick and Dr. .. ::. :
gathering of both sexes one cooking, thanks' to the and Mrs. H. K. Wallace, uncles meeting of the :.. 4iJ.w. -.
who fusses with her while seat- teaching of our married friends' and aunts of the bride, Gainesville League of Women : $ ', h:0. l' :.
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be held
Voters will
ed in a restaurant one who wives." hosts at the Kirkpatrick home, Thursdayat ,. c..w.H. :.
7:30 in the ': ,. .
cuddles up to a man in publicone About slacks: Men do not real- 1023 SW 21st Avenue, Kirk- pjn. Guaranty .. w ..
who wears so much hair ly like them but they approve of wood. Federal Savings and Loan As- ... ...
that her hair feels like them for when sociation building. .. ..
spray a wear doing Dessert bridge complimenting ,..
porcupine one who goes to a housework or gardening or in Miss Lucienne Pirenian, fiancee Future plans and election of .: .. :..
dance with one man and goes verv cold weather or for a hike of Robert William Decker officers are included on the .. i2.v :
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home with another one who in the country. They have one of Miami Shores 8 p. m., agenda. Following the business :.. ...
flirts with other men when on a reservation even then. So m e Mrs. Richard C. Jones HI at session, entertainment and refreshments ... r 4 i y ..
date one who orders a meal women look well in slacks and the home of her mother Mrs. will be provided by '.. k' ry''if.. ws: J ,, y. ,. .:
her date cannot afford and then some simply do not have the fig- F. C. Myers, 3207 NW University members of the present board. :. ::<; :..:: D .Q ...
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1 : Ntm ;Qr! b1ttl1 :beer and whiskey on the sidewalk was the convenient campus cell The custom, which took hold be a college pastime, is now I let off a full-sized adult head

\' i: By RUSSELL BAKERWASHINGTONPolice and leave obscene mark- where one could frame hand- in the prosperous 1950's is generally practiced by the fuzzy- of steam at the seashore by the
Chief Some Thoughts About ings on other people's automo- bills denouncing the dean as It was all right to kick a jawed high school set. Cigarette age of 18. Is it asking too muchof

} A.: '0. Folsom Jr. of Daytona biles. Letting off steam in those an Enemy of the Masses. doubtless due in part to the gen- addiction, which used to occur them? What will be left for

) Beach, Fla., has sober advice 'Easter Beach'in days was properly looked uponas policeman's shins while going eral affluence. Beyond that, now often begins in junior high them by the time they are 25?
v for college students planning an at the man's work. It was one of after the goal posts or to toss however, it is part of the unwholesome -school, and many high schools Divorce, narcotics and the

Easter holiday in his town. those privileges which were beer mugs from the fraternity social trend of forcing help it along by setting aside lesser felonies may seem tame

I They should refrain from destroying reserved for adults, and it gave house windows. In acute cases, the adult way of life pre- approved smoking areas for the stuff to a man who tore up his

> property, drinking beer which the young flock to the On reflection, however, most' the college boy something to, college men and girls could seek maturely upon our children.It kiddies. first beano parlor at 18.
and whisky on the sidewalks, seashore and tear up beano par will agree that there is nothing look forward to as a reward for the anonymity tf the closest me- is in a class with the dismal The automobile is another And yet, perhaps after all

using profane or indecent lan- lors have bemused psychologistsand wrong with letting off a little the Army and surrendering to tropolis for a weekend of shared custom of permitting hapless case. Once it was rarely assumed those years of feeling hellbent

guage, and making obscene worried 'parents for the steam. The trouble is that the the humdrum of business. I weltschmerz.But I 12-year-olds to "go steady," before college. Now toward monogamy, the traffic I"

markings on private automo past decade the ;period during Easter-rioting custom is forcing The collegian's miseries were the idea that entire student -which is really .nothing more we turn the children into mo- tremors and lung cancer, they
I biles. Daytona Beach, he ex- which they have taken their these students to let off too commonly thought to be the bodies should take off fora than suppressing the youthful torists at 16. You see them every need the Easter blast. Anyone

1 plains wants to avoid a repe- place in the American way of much steam too early ,in lie.i immature type that could be week in Florida would never impulse to polygamy. The poor afternoon, swarming off the have an idea for restoring youth

J tition of last year's Easter romp life. Many parents, telephoned It used to be that a man had adequately rebelled again s t have occurred to the collegianof child is compelled to live like I'school parking lot, growling in the United States?
when 65,000 students treated from Florida at dawn to raise' and without going too far from the the Twenties or Thirties, or an adult before he has even about women motorists, chafing
old sufficiently
be
to enough
themselvs to what one motel bail bonds for some found' campus. There was moonshineat even the somber Forties. Mass learned[ to master jacks or mum- their gears, started on their w

owner described as ,"a wild, I snozzled at the high-tide line, versed in practical mayhem to the campus speakeasy for steam releases on that scale bletypeg.In ulcers before they have taken SPRAY
} drunken orgy." :feel that they have somehow'ailed ]belong to the American Legion routine steam releasing in the were simply the exclusive rightof the same way, the week their first 14-mile hike.

These curious spring rites Doctor Spock. before he was entitled to drink 1920's and in the 1930's there. adults. end beer bust, which used to: And now they are forced to 4


Nixon Says DWI Charges SHRUBBERY


J. How the War on Poverty LB I SEE by I Waldo Samuel, was Romaine arrested Murray by ,city 49, I NOW !

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I Could Help the Joneses WeakMIAMI I the SUN I I Road intoxicated.charged at 11:55 with p.m.driving yesterdayand while I. I OIL'a. \ .


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(AP) Former Vice II '
Deuward Vincent Smith
<4> firm troth :imt 1 haps by raising chickens to supplement tain remedial education at the President Richard M. Nixon ALACHUA GENERAL ADMITTEDMrs. ,. 47, EMULSION
By MARJORIE HUNTER I the family income. i center established near the says a breakdown in the Atlantic March 13, 1964BIRTHS Rosa Johnson, Mrs. Bo- 4700 SW Archer Road, was arrested "

.; Jones I The 19-year-old daughter, who' school by the county development Alliance is the underlyingcause zena H. Brown, Clarence M. by city police in the 800 i SCALI

WASHINGTON The managed to get through high association, a community behind what he called U. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Plem- Harris, Mrs. Velma L. Hilli- block of NW 13th Street at 9:45: I: /TO CONTROL
.i family the name could be
action financed ard, Mrs. Francoise Schimpff, v
Smith or Bellini or Czerack school, could put herself through program federal funds, largely to -.S. foreign policy failures. mons, Rt. 3, Box 557 A, City, Mrs. Mary E. Kemp, John pjn. yesterday and charged INSECTS & RED
com
I Inhabits a world scarcely recognizable college under the work study- by the a boy; Mr. and Mrs. James C. with driving while intoxicated.Fire l SP1DERX1
phase of the anti-poverty bat a local war on poverty.If Nixon, who lost 1960 presidential Wesley, Mrs. Mary L. Scott, \
proIgram. P. O. Box 849 Cross
Wright
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to the average mid-cen- race to the late John F. Elmo Sara G. Blum,!
Her salary for 15 hours' the Joneses were on welfare -' Lindsey, Calls r g
tury.:American. I a week of work in the college! the father unemployedand Kennedy, said Monday President -. City.ADMITTED Deborah S. Elleman, all of j
Itis: a world of squalor and library would be paid largely by the children receiving aid- Lyndon B. Johnson lacks. Gainesville; Lela M. Hmail- No fires were reported. y .
i ragged clothes, of fatback and the federal government. to-dependent children relief the grasp of understanding of, Mrs. Sheryl J. Evans, Bertha Broughton, Orange Springs; ,
potatoes and an illness that will checks he might be given job foreign affairs which President' Tedsord, Mrs. Loretta Pauline Daniel Moriarity, Indianapolis, If you are looking for a nice,
not go away. The 17-year-old son, who drop training under the work relief Kennedy and Eisenhower had. Abbott. John M. McLeod, Mrs. Ind.; Carl M. Ritch, Starke; healthy pet for your little"Mary" -
ped out of school in the eighth Virginia P. Plemmons, Mrs. check "Pets" in today's '
The Jones family is poor in from program, partially financed by Nixon, vacationing here, made Mrs. R a v e nna G. Malphurs, .
grade to sell vegetables Nannie S. Hood, Mrs. Effie B. Classified. There are a
an America that is rich. the federal government. his statements in answers to High Springs.
the family's farm, could enrollin Moore, Mrs. Billie E. Kramer, number of cute kittens and -
Can the Joneses and the esti- If the Joneses lived in a city questions posed by Miami Her- DISCHARGEDMrs. puppy's
and either -
be sent
the job all of Gainesville Harris G.
corps ; who want a home.
action Virginia Hodges, Mrs.
mated 30 million other poor whose community program ald newsmen. Herald publisher
to a camp to work on con- Harvey, Cross City; Mrs. Ola I ,
Americans the forgotten fifth and receive included a homemaker John S. Knight sat in on the in- K. Nancy Crumpton, Mrs. Kather- '
servation projects McElroy, Trenton Marie H.
be helped by the war on pov- service and some already do terview. ; ine Moore, Mrs. Marie Har- OrchidsFor
to train FOR FREE ESTIMATE CAU
remedial education or a Wright, Cross City; Mrs. AliceP.
erty;outlined to Congress Mon ing center to learn a job skill. Mrs. Jones might be able to Nixon predicted foreign policy Kinsey, Bell; Mrs. ShirleyP. den, Letchford Masters, ClaU-1 t n.@ffi!}@ ".,'t\' ,
day .by President Johnson? learn about family budgetingand dia M. Evans, Mrs. Ruby t
will be the main issue in the 1964 .."\ '. .. .
The 16-year-old daughter, a A. Jo L.-:..:. <.: ;;\ .
Hefre is what could happen: how to cook low cost presidential campaign He said Cannon.DISCHARGED rosdick, Richard e J 4o "
The Jones father sophomore in high school, could meals and fix the house or Mrs. Elizabeth Williams and Her .
family obtain time work, after up that while he is not a candidatefor Mrs. Carole E. Malphus, @I?!''!:l@l'a
part -
4 children Mrs. Wood and
Margaret
mother and six lives apartment inexpensively.The son,
the nomination he would be
Catherine Anne Ross Mrs.
I, in a three-room shack on a one- school hours,under in a nearby the work-coun- war against poverty will :willing to run if the national Tammie Durden, Alfonso, Alex- son, Mrs. Elois Williams, Mrs. CREVASSE FLORIST AOtfMKAlCOMUKY20N.W.

I acre!farm near a small city. ty hospital to vary from community to com- GOP convention names him. ander, Mattie Bell Mobley, Dav- Martha Frugoli, Mrs. Marc i a 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. 16th Ave.

I I The land is poor and it produces help training needy program young designed people and munity. There will be the cen- I The former vice president said id D. Roe, Harold R. Jacobson Hopson and son, Mrs. Minnie Phone FR 6-2514 FR 6-2661
Dees.
little. The family's cash tral government programs -
keep them from dropping out of the Atlantic Alliance "can be rebuilt" Mrs. Paola Langford and
income is less than $1,000 a largely geared to young people
school. only by a determined effort -baby girl, Mrs. Nancy Harrell, ACCIDENT ROUNDUP
yearn but each city, each town, I
Mrs. Ethel Lee Cook and baby
I the United States to
Under, one part of the anti- And the younger children, In each neighborhood, each rural by close restore -boy, Mrs. Mattie Elizabeth Involved in accidents reported

poverty program, Jones could school but lagging behind in area will be expected to decide working relationshipwith Green, Mrs. Clydia Orton and to Gainesville Police duringthe

I receive a $1,500 grant to make their studies and perhaps des- how best to do the job, with western Britain, France nations.and other baby girl, Gladys Richardson, last 24 hours:

his farm. more productive, per., tined to be dropouts, could ob- federal help.Below. Nixon said European"there is need for Mason Padgett, Mrs. Miriam Dianne Herrman, 1513 NW'5th WEEKLYSPECIALS
and Ave. and an unidentified auto
,
positive leadership. .to let the Fielding baby girl, Vannie
Covington, Willie Grimes, Ber- at NW 5th Avenue and 15th
people of the world know what
CBS Zero tha Mae McFadden, James R. Street at 2:20 p.m. yesterday.Hans .
Emphasizes ComedyIn the; direction of U. S. policy is"
III He said "We must show we Crews, Larrie Michelle Hanks, R. Grover, 1621 NW 3rd
will Mrs. Ruth L. Guynn, MargaretF. Place, and Richard M. Bostain,
Fall TV accept leadership in isolating -
Programming Hits NorthBy Cuba. Davis, Mr. Oloff J. Olbffson. South Hall at the University, at
tV. University Avenue and 13th
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP matic series. "Slattery's People" "President Kennedy said after ALACHUA GENERAL Street at 11:10 a.m. yesterday.
_Television Radio Writer on Monday eveningis ,the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Bay of Pigs invasion that U HOSPITAL

NEW*YORK (AP) The Columbia story of the minority leader of Cold air surged ino the na- S. policy was and would continue March 14, 1964BIRTHS
to be rid of Castro.U. .
Broadcasting System, a state legislature. "Yours Truly -tion's midsection today, plum- getting KISER' DESK LAMPS.
[ S. policy should be directed Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Kinsey, S .
afteryeeks of planning and re- Danny Taylor" on Friday meting temperatures below zero
"
visions of plans, has formally nights is a newspaper tale. "Mr. in Minnesota and North Dakota. toward carrying that out, he 'Bell, a girl; Mr. & Mrs. David OFFICE EQUIPMENTNEW

announced its fall schedule. It Broadway" on Saturday nights, said. G. Evans, R 1, Box 190, 'a LOCATION
Colder weather also That policy, Nixon said, has girl Mr. & Mrs. W. G. Cannon
Includes 13 new and with Craig Stevens, is an action- penetrated ; 604 North Main Street
programs
11 UBie-changes for returning adventure series about a press Illinois, Missouri and Kansas been relegated to the back- Cross City, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Files, Files Files! :, ,yf ; ,r'AiF1/tt i ',:,,N,xM!y / i I t !
after several days of unseason- ground. Edwin Irons, 256C Flavet III,
agent who does amateur detect- A/
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shows.If 66 Files in stock, all : ; \
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ably mild temperatures.The a boy; Mr. & Mrs. William Letter & Legal. /
CBS is a trend leader, next I new.
ing.The Kramer, 3860 SW Archer Rd. As Low As
$49.50
faIrs'schedules all networks No Sold
show
on one new variety mercury dipped to13 in Cigs
:a girl Mr. 1 Mrs. Robert L. Call FR 2-9607
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should be a barrel of fun: eight will be "The Entertainers" with International Falls, Minn. Hib- .
I Kemp, 2721 NE 12th St., a boy; For Free Delivery 'JettetDp i 'n r _
of the 13 new shows are come- Carol Burnett and Bob Newhart bing, Minn. reported9 and MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schimpff, SalesServiceRentalsmnninS0J
dies, and all are half-hour among the stars, on Friday Duluth4. The sale of cigarettes was
359D, Flavet II, a boy. ; I :
Mipifiet
shows. nights. A documentary series, banned Monday on state-operat i Y4. t .o 2 r9...#. I ( "
New programs include "Liv "World War I," will be seen on In North Dakota, Grand Forks ed university and college cam

ing Doll," a comedy with Julie Tuesday nights. was 3 and Fargo'and James- puses. luUA.r ctt Rule...

I Newmar playing a beautiful robot "The Nurses" will be movedto town each reported zero read- When the rule goes into effect Y:.,...

and "Bill and Martha,"' a Tuesday night spot; "The ings. in 30 days there will be no Ay'/x5.41 S
with William Bendix and Mar- Defenders" to Thursday eve- Temperatures fell as much as effort to prevent smoking only ( ry J% oremrmmm

tha Raye, another comedy.'nings; "Password" to Thursday 40 degrees in some areas in a the sale. Cigars and pipe tobacco
These will fill the Sunday night nights, and "Rawhide" to Fri 24-hour period. are not affected. q w I

hour opposite NBC's "Bonanza"one days. A number of others will Other parts of the nation 'v/4' y Ideal for Student Desk, Office Desk,
of the CAdreztiseraent) at the Telephone.
toughest competitive have new times. basked in warm sunshine. the or

spots)in television. 70s appeared in Florida and FALSE TEETHThat :' J White Opafens shade diffuses fight,
Other comedy shows are ; xCOMPLETEr' eliminates glare. Adjusts t9
11 Tons of Coins Southern California. The mild- : any
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"Many Happy Returns" on Mon- Loosen Ry< :, position.
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day night, about a man who Circulate and strong winds.rahz Need Not Embarrass } Takes all standard re-tlls.x. I
works in the complaint depart- AgainATLANTA false teeth bar $8 .
Many wearers of
mentijf> a store; "The Cara Wil- Buffered real embarrassment bccauM yq A choice of finishes to blend nits!
liams Show" Ga. (AP-Nearly their plate dropped. slipped or wob- r hurry yti Modem, Early American, Provincial! ',
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hUS bd-wife series "The Mini 3% million pennies are back in ( Sim live In fear of this happening to you. or Chinese.
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Tuesday March 17, .1964 Gainesville Sun 7 "



6Farm' Assessment Act Is Criticized ,


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3 By JEAN CARVER ,to other areas, such as rural said in comparison to past as- at lower values, "we had no idea

Sun Staff Writer business and industrial land. sessments the man with farming that the 1957 law would be implemented I .

t'JACKSONVILLE An AlaI County DelegationAt He and Rep. William O'Neill as his sole means of mak- through the Supreme ....,-. t. I' .

chua County delegation yesterday of Ocala told the audience at ing a living will be penalized by Court ruling. II -

told officials from the Robert Meyer Hotel it is application of "Green Belt" as- Overstreet Osceola
county Jacksonville Meet Murray Vote ,
I that
unlikely anything short
of .
sessments.He '
around the state that agricultural County Attorney whose coun t y I
constitutional revision
regarding noted that $1 million was -
land assessments pose a future lost its case in the Florida
I ad valorem taxes will'be I
a struck from Alachua County'stax
threat to county govern- Supreme Court against the assessment
ment's financial structure. Turlington charged that the tative said the agricultural assessment solution. rolls when he applied the act last fall, said more j I
legislative intent of the act pass- bill will reduce assess O'Neill said a "just value" bill "Green Belt" law to the coun- litigation would "just confuse

"This (1957 agricultural as- ed in 1657 granting lower tax as- ments in underdeveloped areas that includes a qualification that ty's current tax roll. the issue more." Counts
I
sessment) act helps speculatorsbuy sessments for "bona fide" agricultural -near urban centers. I the highest and best use of the Turlington pointed out that '

land and convert it to agricultural land has been violated. "The real bona fide farmers.land be considered in the assessment when the legislature passed the He joined O'Neill and Turlington .

use by. pIa n ting a "This will bring about a greater will be paying the same as own-I "could get rid of a lot "Green Belt" laws in 1959 that in calling for a constitutional !

few pine trees just like that," cleavage between urban and ers of undeveloped land of the current problems." allows counties to zone land agricultural amendment to clarify the agricultural Especially' I In Today's

Rep. Ralph Turlington said. rural interests," Turlington said. growing urban areas" Turlington The Alachua County Assessor so it can be assessed assessment problem' ,

He noted that the 1957 act was said. "If they're not farming -. in the state. City Commission Election,
Alachua'County
Turlington and The county's delegation at the
introduced by the Dade County now they're going to get some
. Tax Assessor Pierce Smith delegation as was the 1963 pine trees and be hi.a perfect What convention included County
were members of a panel on agricultural -amendment that added pine legal position to claim a 'Green They Say Commissioners Sid Martin, Edgar Ifs No)

land assessments at'trees and plant nurseries to agricultural -Belt' exemption." Johnson and Jack Durranceand ".
the three day convention of the their administrative assist-
uses. Turlington predicted that the
State, Assn. of County Commis ant, Howard Weston.
The Alachua About
sioners. County represen- county tax burden would shift CigarettesWASHINGTON RestaurantGroup Too Late



ContributionsPace (AP) The Dr. Michael Shimkin, longtime -

battle over plans to label cigarettes foe of
smoking-"At least
Home Rule with health hazard warnings for the past 40 years, the tobacco To Polls Close 7 p.m.

resumes today. industry has shown the mor-

Stepped UpTALLAHASSEE Among the parade of witnesses I als of a barracuda he told the Get CharterThe .

Views ToldConference at the opening session of the commission.H. If You Want r

Federal Trade Commission's Thomas Austern, legal newly-formed associa-
(AP-Moneyl Ken Folks of Orlando received -'scheduled three day hearings representative of the Tobacco tion of restaurateurs here will

I in increasing was $25 for a total.of $2,205 Monday: Institute The FTC does not get its charter from the Florida To Help Rid The .

thrown into the Florida governorship -and reported spending of $125 Dr. Eva Salber of Harvard I have the authority to make Restaurant Association in cere-

JACKSONVILLE (AP-Three race Monday as all ma- for a total of $2,159. University-She said television ''binding' rules that would force monies Monday night. City Of The-:

candidates for governor Scott jor candidates struggled to get The financial report by H. B. advertising has a strong impacton the cautionary labeling of cigarette The presentation will be at 'a

Kelly of Lakeland, Robert King their campaigns into high gear. Foster of Fort Myers also was youngsters who ought to be packages or advertise- 9 pjn. dinner meeting in the

High of Miami and H. B. Fosterof Campaign gifts reported by late reaching the secretary, warned that smoking may seem ments, he declared. Holiday Inn. I BLOCVOTEEVIL : :

Fort Myers Beach-had their five major candidates jumped of state's office. an adventure but soon becomesa FTC Chairman Paul Rand Guests will come from around

chances today to tell county from $91,000 last week to $116- In the U. S. Senate race, Spes- dangerous habit. Dixon said the commission the state. I 'I.

commissioners how they feel 000 this week. The spending re- sard Holland of Bartow reported would not have made the proposals Among them will be James I

about home rule. I port of another major candidatewas collections of $4,410, boosting unless it believed that it McLamore president of the .

Five other candidates not filed immediately. his total re-election campaign Reds RefuseTo had the authority to do so. state association and boss of Mt .
appeared Candidates for governor and treasury to $55,851 and spend- Outside the the Burger King chain. He'll ....
hearing
Monday before the mid- room in
year conference of the Florida U. S. senator must file financial ing of $427 for a total of $1,552. Release which smoking was banned make the charter presentationto And Need A Ride

Association of County Commis- reports each week; all other Brailey Odham of Orlando Dixon told newsmen that no local president Alan Leder- .
candidates once a month. said he received $2,065 in man of Alan's Cubana.
con-
sioners. matter what the FTC did, it To Place ;
Fred 0. Dickinson of West tributions for a total of $3,343, Yank FlierBERLIN realized that its actions wouldbe Speakers will include Fred The Voting :

Fred Karl of Daytona Beach, Palm Beach widened the gap and said he spent nothing last subject to review by the Orr executive vice president of ,

John Mathews of Jacksonville, between him and other candi- week leaving his total at $1,125. (AP-An American courts. the state group, Charles D. Co- TELEPHONE :

Fred 0. Dickinson of West Palm dates in money collected from MATHEWS flier Dixon said neither he win, field representative of I
injured in the downing of I nor the
Beach and Haydon Burns of supporters. He reported gifts I Charles S500 -Johnson Frank Fee Jr. of of Fort Jacksonville.Pierce a U.S. reconnaissance bomber:other three commissioners Florida State University's hospitality One Of These Numbers: ,

Jacksonville, all Democrats, told totaling $54,268, and total contri- Margaret Onett of Miami Shores L. W. over East Germany last weekis smokes cigarettes. He said he education program, and
.1 the commissioners Monday that butions of $242,759. Hardman of Orlando, Francis J. Carluc.cI !Henry Moates, president of the
of MIamI U B. Smith III of Miami. reported in fair condition but had once smoked but quit after 6-3531 6-7234
they favor more authority and Such large amounts collected LouIs W. Putney of Tampa. Herbert the E. H. Thompson Company.
Gold erry of Tampa, John the Russians refuse to release [ surgeon general's report
P. Roebuck
money for county governments. so early in the campaign the Jr. of Tamp a, Mrs. W. C. Boat-I' last January condemned smok- All restaurant men in the area I 6-6023 6-4628..
first primary still is seven weeks wright of Forsyth Ga., Thomas him.An are invited to the charter meet-
Wood of Miami, J. C. Henderson Air Force flight
Charles Holley of St. Peters of MIami surgeon ing.Dr. 6-3914 6-5093'
away may mean campaign Merrill Grafton of Winter Haven visited Lt. Harold W. Welch 24 Salber told of of ing.
burg, a Republican, said he favored William E. Brant of West Palm Beach. surveys
of the office will rise
changes in state expenses Jack$300 Ackerman of West Palm Beach. of Detroit, in a Soviet military Newton, Mass., school childrenin 2-4515 6-3790
some to a new high after Gov. FarrisBryant's Elvin Martinez of Tampa and WATCH OUT FOR
government, but he was less Eileen Sullivan of Miami Snores. hospital at Magdeburg, East which the average age boys
campaign of four years $250 C. H. Ratliff of Live Oak.
JulI-
enthusiastic about home rule an D. Clarkson of Fort Myers Guy K. Germany Monday night. He re- took their first cigarette was 6-3660 6-3491.
that cost
ago some $800,000. Stewart of Coral Gables Thomas A. ported, Welch had fractures of 11.6 years. The average age for
than the Democrats. Davis
and Sidney Davis,
Dickinson said that he spent both of Jack-
II sonville. the right upper arm and upper girls was 12.7 years. r

Holley said he opposes bond $47,456 in last week's campaignto $1,000 James DICKINSON Gaff, Claude Clumer. and lower left leg, as well as About two years later on the ReElectEdwin ;
his total of
Issues for university buildingsbut bring expenses Marie Maxon and Dr. F. A. Mapleton. abrasions on his left thigh, right average, boys and girls are
is not against bond issues the campaign so far to $154,191. ;all George of Fort Okell Lauderdale Jr.. Mrs. Ann; H.Stover F. Mason, John, hip and right fingers.The regular smokers, she said.
for toll roads which Haydon Burns of Jacksonvillesaid Hunt,.Jack Freldman. Max Kogen, Ed
can payoff C. flight surgeon, Capt. JohnI.
the bonds from earnings. he received $24,836 last Richard VIning Stover Jr. ,Joseph all of Ludick Miami;and Malvin Dr. Monroe, 28, of West End, N.C. I INCOME TAX FREE INSPECTION H. Andrews .
week for a total of $138,516, and Englander James Ruby both of.Miami I
Beach that Lt. Welch be
; Helen Weaver of "requested
Plant
City W.
Karl urged a more politicallyand that he spent $11,743 for a F. Mason of Lakeland; Victoria Weaver ; -released from the hospital for i GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS
socially mature state. total of $95,933.St. and Rlchari Holcomb of Clearwater; Pelt
John A. Grant Jr.- of Boca Raton Wilbur return to U.S. control, but his I Commissioner :
"
John Mathews Jr. of Jackson- Oevlne and Arlo nPrlor'- West City
Mathews advocated the finest Palm Beach; Helen Davis and W. F. request was denied, the Air 16Ih& :
ville reported he received $15,221 Poe, both of 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
educational facilities and state Live Oak Tampa; R. M. Holcomb of Force said. ,20 NW Ave. R 6-2661 .
; Myron
Albrltton
of
can afford, more accurate road this week bringing his total land' W. K. Daughtery of Lake City.Largo The Soviets refused to give "
contributions to "$104,933, and $500 George Lackman F. T. .
Woods
board budgets, adequate and in-, Louis Perrone and Bob Cozart all of any information on Capt. DavidI. .' -_ 'i.
that he spent $10,481 for a totalof Tampa; John Monahan, Elizabeth Leo Holland 35 of Holland Minn. .! .
telligent planning and zoning of nard and William F. Leonard all A ., ,J.,. t .;J
of
land and control of pollution. 70447. Fort Lauderdale; William Collins of and Capt. Melvin J. Kessler, 30,
Fred Karl of Daytona Beach Pompano C. M. Tyre of Eustis,
W. U
[McKnlght of Miami Beach; John R. of Philadelphia, who parachuted Meet Your SUN CarrierTONY
Burns told the commissionersthey said he received $14,297 in cam- Trinkle D. of Plant City; R. F. Mason and with Welch when their RB-
have of the paign gifts, bringing his totalto B. Klbler both of Lakeland; and
should
some
Norman Freidman and Gay J. Edwin, 66B was shot down last Tues-
authority now exercised by leg- $75,243, and that he spent both of Jacksonville.BURNS

islators through local bills. $4,431 for a total of $47,960. $1.000 Chelsie J. .Senerchla and day.Communist sources have indicated -
Robert of Miami John Morton both of Miami; Willie Moreno .
King High
I of Hialeah; Martin A. Smith of Mi the three fliers might be
Dickinson said cigarette tax said he received $7,497 last week ami Beach; M. A. Okel, Sam Spevak, tried y. v'A+w.an. ,
as spies.
Mrs. Sam Spevak, all w
money should go directly to for a total of $41,303 and spent Frank Weaner of Plant of City Jacksonville; Dan Byrd; Monroe spent an hour and 20
counties instead of the state of Gainesville and J. C.
$9,267 for a total of $21,706. Gissindaner of
Chattachoochee. (Morton, Moreno minutes with Welch. Magdeburgis
general fund. Scott Kelly of Lakeland didn't and Gissindaner Byrd
gave $1.000 In value an industrial town 80 miles
get his report in as early as of car and driver use to the candidate). I
$900 Frank Stumm of St. Petersburg southwest of Berlin and 20 miles
did the others and it was not south of Gardelegen, where the
ClassroomTV $750 Vernon Sikes (
car and driver) .
available. He was second last Jacksonville. plane was shot down. -

week to Dickinson In money re ney$500 J.-Gefen James, Fred R. Stockton Abood Jr., Mrs., George SId- Capt. Monroe and a driver ..

Is Topic ceived.In L.Barnett Painter., all Leon of Jacksonville Tugang and; Dr.William Van D.R. made the trip to Magdeburg in ..
the Republican governor Mizell of Fort Lauderdale; Mitchell Gold- a field ambulance after the Russians -
I Charles of man of Miami and Robert Tallaferro of
ship primary Holley I Tampa. announced Monday that
I The effectiveness of classroom Petersburg reported $644 in $1,000 KARL one of the fliers was hurt and 1 BAZAN, son of Lt. Co,.
television will be discussed by gifts last week for a $5,514 total Frank P. Weber and Howard
Plasman, both of Miami; Mrs. Mercer an American doctor could visit Bazan
Mrs. Oneida Carpenter, educational -and spending of $229 for a totalof Lee Price of Ormond Beach. iv' ', y .. and Mrs. Edward T. ,

I t television coordinator of 3722. mond$977 Beach.- Mrs. Ola Irene Hughes of Or him.The Soviet announcement was i? x : <. 3413 N.W. 7th. Place, is 17
at 9 o' $300 William Seltz of Delray Beach. A P .a
Alachua Countv, tonight
$500 James T. Vocelle and John R. the first official word U.S. auth- y t. years old and a senior at
clock on WUFT Channel Gould, both of Vero Beach; Mercer Lee ? r
Church Women 'Price, Ormond Beach; Mrs. R. B. Gau- orities had received on the fate :,. ;.., t : Gainesville High School. Tony
Mrs. Carpenter and program tier of Coral Gables; Mrs. P. E. Ray- of the three fliers. .
wood of Daytona Beach; George D. u ::1" has excellent grades and high
accused the .
host Al Moffett will examine the Raymond Daytona Beach; Mrs. R. J. The Russians <
television, how it is being usedto Plan Friday Dwyer and J.,L.R.Brooker J. Dwyer of Tampa., both of Miami; Americans of spying. The Unit. : k. ;<+ ambitions.1 In his own words he .

supplement classroom instruction HIGH ed States rejected the charge i his future ambition ."
Lenten $1,000 W. F. Schnltzler Committeeon ; 'x ., expresses ..
the types of courses being ProgramThe Political' Education, Washington. D.C. and demanded return of the
offered its place in the community $500 August- S. F. Danels. Daniel Sepler. Arthur crew and the wreckage of the f'' i -='I 1 would like very much to
C. M.
Masking and Eugene '
and its future. United Church Women of T. Turney Jr.. all of Miami Beach; LewIs > make a discovery that would
Gainesville will hold an executive and Mattie Ryan, Panama City; ...
'
WUFT broadcasts approx-I Charles Aronovitz Key West; Dorothy y '' C/-' benefit the health of man
meeting and a Lenten program Sagman MlamL N
imately eight hours of instruc 'HOLLEY plane.Electrical kind" :':
at
Friday Holy Trinity $100 Bobble Dow Monroe and A. V.
tional programming, four days a Episcopal Church. McMillan, both of Quincy; R. H. Bell of
than students Pensacola Ellen Ogle of Fort Lauderdale '_ is in the northwest It
week to more 33,600 The executive meeting win be ; and Irma Keech of Sarasota. Tony's route

in the elementary and at 9 a.m., followed by the special $1,000 Miss HOLLAND Gertrude Day. of Orlan section of town. .-..
secondary schools in a five at 10 o'clock to be do. Electrical NeedsResidential *
program $500 W. L Manley of Leesburg; J. units
J) county area. presented by Mrs. Robert C. B. Hawkins of Tampa. Commercial ... Of the 172 dwelling ".

Twelve different television West. The program Is to be Industrial on his route 162 receive the V

courses are utilized by repeated at 7:30 p.m. 1NaBd,fill rtflrf fromlASTHMA I CALL Gainesville Sun. ..-
these schools, .the majority of Mrs. J. W. Wilson will provide
which are produced by WUFTIn music during the morning I' i C. P. Dressier

cooperation with the Depart- meeting,.and Mrs. Rosetta Tay- attacks and paraqrsot Electrical Contractor ,
ment of Public Instruction of lor and Miss Priscilla West will MEOr.EunftCreuHonrtali_ Phone FR 6.6193

Alachua County. sing at the evening program. Astbaatic Cfeinttti CMpaud j I 910 N.W. 4tfc St. .

I Mrs. Carpenter's appraisal of Slated to preceed the Friday I I r
classroom television is presented night meeting is election of offi- -

on Channel 5's regular week cers of the newly formed evening :
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By CLIP CORMIERSun Action Association."The I Each candidate was limited '

: City Editor I people of this city want to a six-minute talk. No questions .

I j Charges and countercharges I Exchange Club free, independent city commissioners ; were allowed from the

!1 back and forth who act and think for audience. :' : '. .
,
volleyed yes-; Hears ;: t .. ,, -: f r : 1" "'

terday as the four city:"commission Hopefuls themselves, not someone who NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO. t.d

it candidates carried on has to check with the political BIDDERS r,
Sealed proposals for
f. their running battle on the eve science department of the University the 1. construction.Proposals: Including the furnishing

of today's hotly-contested city, ardson were opposed to a city of Florida for his an- of all necessary materials machin-
of the buildings
, labor and equipment.
election. I II housing code, yet had distrib- swers." cry listed below (hereinafter called theProlecr Your Vacant rental Is

I uted campaign literature in Pressing his personal attack -a loan contract) to be between financed Clay pursuant Electric to

Stage for the final preelection ', Negro sections of town Sun- on Butt, Richardson said ooperative. Inc. (hereinafter called
," and the United States of
the Exchange the 'Owne )
dogfight was day promising residents there Butt had refused to meet him America by the Administrator of the
Club luncheon at the Primrose Rural Electrification Administration
better homes and playgrounds.After in a public debate. (hereinafter called the Administrator)

"That's because he knowshe and designated Fla. 14' will be received
Inn.Except for a charge 'that ,reading one of the by the Owner on or before 10:00 o'clock
won't have the coattails and A.M. Eastern Standard Time March
one side was. making a pitchto campaign handbills, Winn said, of the science 25 W64. at Its office located at Keystone
.petticoats political Heights. Florida at which time COSTING YOU MONEY!
Negro voters with ,false "My position has been that if department to hang on and place the proposals will be publicly ,

promises,. the four candidates we have integration here it will to." opened Name .r and Kind read. .f Building LacatbeMeadowbrook .

Winn Dr. Edwin An- be voluntary. I do not chooseto
: Byron Branch Office Clay
He accused the CAA of setting .
Fle.14.
Inc
drews, Arnold Butt and Jim embarrass my opponent with Electric Cooperative.
up straw men and then Orange Park. Florida.
Richardson concentrated on this issue, but after this elec- 2. Obtaining Documents: The Plans
knocking them down in with all
campaign together
"setting the record straight. tion is over I will still have speeches.Butt c and iier f specifications necessary forms and documents
for bidders may be secured from Moore
Winn and Butt are teaming my self-respect.
at f Gainesville.
the final speaker, and May. Architects.
1 for two of the seats on theI Florida and from Clay Electric Coop-
up Richardson the third said he refused the challengeto Heights, Florida -
speaker rative, Inc. at Keystone
I commission against Andrews concentrated his attack on debate because his upon payment of Fifteen Dollars ,
and Richardson. opponents ($15.00) which payment will be reJndedto I CA N'T
his opponent's affiliation with wanted to hold it in the each bona fide bidder within .
Andrews, first to be heard ten (10) days after the bid opening. Il
accused Winn of the University-oriented Civic parking> lot of a shopping cen- Additional sets of Plans and Specifications -"
yesterday, may be obtained upon payment of
misrepresenting the facts in ter."That Ten Dollars (JJO-00) which paymentwill
is a poor place to not be sublect to refund. The Plans
letters to residents of West and Specifications may be examinedat BELIEVEHere's !

Gainesville about the cost -of TeachingCode hold a debate and I thought it the office of the Owner. A copy of
a poor idea." the loan contract may also be examinedat .
home assessments on sewers. the office of the Owner.
Butt said he would stand onus 3, Manner .f Submitting Proposals: IT"k'
Winn, Andrews said, is not Proposals and all supporting documents
I record as a member of the to be attached thereto must
j telling the truth when he says Eyed reQuired
I City Plan Board for the be submitted on the forms furnished q
past
.. .
the sewer assessments in West by the Owner and must be deliveredin

I Gainesville should be $2 a foot TALLAHASSEE (AP) A year. Owner.a sealed The envelope.name and addressed address of to the the
"We need
someone in the Bidder, its license number. If a licenseIs :
instead of the $3 being charged. code of professional and ethical "
city commission who is required by the State, and the date
standards for the teaching profession pledged -and hour of the opening of bids must .. }
,
to a definite commitment to the envelope In which the t rv
appear on T ..
In his letter recently Winn in Florida under
must
was proposal is submitted. Proposals
the voters he said. "I stand
be filledalterations in in ink or typewritten. No .
said the West Gainesville residents -study today by a 19-member interlineations will be
for better
and or
housing the
l were shouldering the burden committee of public school and protection permitted unless made before submission 'j..

of residential areas. The and Initialed and dated. ,.
,
,
: X''JV. '
of industrial users who college teachers and administrators. 4. Familiarity with Conditions: Priorto :y .t.\'r y1A { nl

I were being protected by "Old proposed housing code is the the submission of the Proposal the
key to improvement. Bidder shall make and shall be deemedto
Guard": !interests on the city have made a careful examinationof
Under a law passed by the He said he also is in favor of' the site of the Project and of the l'. >Q utQ ,
commission. e
: y
I forms of Construction ; a : 1
Plans and Specifications.
Andrews said the truth of the 1963 Legislature, teaching be- reorganizing the city adminis-I' Proposal and Acceptance and.

came a profession in Florida and tration, making the city man- Contractor's bond on file with the Secretary
matter is the $3 assessment of the Owner and with the Administrator -
'I arrived at two won the consent of the lawmakers -ager responsible to the commissioners and shall become Informedas ;
was following and nature of the *
to the location
engineer studies, and indus- to set up its own standardsand in the operation of the proposed construction. the transportation -

of city's departments. facilities the kind and character g ;a
its ranks.
policing
trial rates for sewers had actually I of the soil and terrain to be encountered.the Ut '+

increased by muchas The committee, under chairman kind of facilities required before
as
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. and during the construction of the Pro-
500 per cent since then. Phil Constans Jr., of Titus- IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY ect. general local conditions and all ya.
ville planned to complete its FLORIDA. other matters that may affect the cost
Winn countered with a statement IN RE: Estate of and the time of completion of the Pro- ..
I' that Andrews and Rich- work before the end of the cur-I ALMA IMOGENE FENNEl I ect. Bidders will be required to comply J'?a 4c rbi:. :e, r.zd>vso
statutes. regulations.
I rent school year and offer it to creditors NOTICE of TO the CREDITORSAll Estate of ALMA' with etc. all Including applicable those pertaining to the : z"

members of licensing of contractors and the so-
the profession for IMOGENE FENNEL. Deceased are
Stat.
Back' Statute (48
called "Kick-
hereby notified and required to file any
SAVE BY 20th I adoption. claim or demands which they may have, 48) and. regulations Issued pursuantthereto.
The Professional Practices against said Estate in the Office of the S. Bidders' Qualifications: A Bidder

OF MONTH Commission as the is County Judge of Alachua County Flor who has not already completed similar .
group Ida. In the Courthouse at Gainesville.I construction for an REA borrower shall
it : called, also planned to hammer Florida within six (6) calendar months file with the Architect the Bidder's
I EARN HIGH RATE from the date of the first publication Qualifications on forms supplied by the
II out rules for teacher preparation of this notice. Each claim or demand Architect at least forty-eight (.a) hoursIn
II FROMTHEIrtOF evaluation of teachers must be in writing and must state the advance of the scheduled bid open-
i beginning
place of residence and post office address Ing.
i MONTH I and standards for remaining in' of the claimant and must be &. Tim of Completion of Construction
sworn to by the claimant his agent or The time of completion of constructionof
I the profession. his attorney or It will become void according the Project shall be as specified b-
to law. the Architect In the Proposal.
sMyrtle F. Waldo. as Admin 7. Bid Bond: Each Proposal must be
I istratrix of the Estate of ALMA accompanied by bid bond In the form what Vacancy COSTS YOU
Truck MishapMIAMI IMOGENE FENNEL, Deceased. attached or a certified check on a bank your
I 3145) 3:10. 17..24, 31. that is a member of the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation payable to
(AP) Havana Radio IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY the order of the Owner in an amount '
JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA equal to ten per cent (10 per cent) of the
said today that a truck lost IN PROBATE.IN maximum bid price. Each bidder shall EVERYDAY until it is rented.

Its brakes and down RE: ESTATE OF agree provided its proposal Is one of the
toppled a *ames Wesley Willingham. three low Proposals that by filing its Proposal -
iiayer hill in Pinar Del Rio Province, Deceased.To Proposal together with such bid bond or
All Creditors and Persons Having check In consideration of the Owner's .
.
killing 15 and injuring 20 of the Claims or Demands Against Said Es- receiving and considering such Proposal '

50 aboard. tate: said Proposal shall be firm and "J
persons You and each of you are hereby notIfied binding upon each such Bidder and .'
The accident happened near and required to present any claims: such bid bond or check shall be held I \

Candelaria. The truck and demands which you or either of by the Owner until a Proposal is ac Yf Rent Is: Your Loss Per Day Is: : ._ .
was bring- you may have against the estate of epted and a satisfactory Contractor'sBond '
ing people back from the Soroa James Wesley Willingham deceased. (or Builder's Risk Policy) Is furnished 'y I s.
late of said County to the County Judge by the successful Bidder and
tourist resort. of Alachua County Florida at his of such acceptance has been approved by $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day
ice In the court house of said Count the Administrator, or for a period not
at.Gainesville. Florida within six calendar TO exceed sixry towj days from the date
$50 $1.66 day
mo. .
NOTICE OF SALE months from the time of the first hereinbefore set for the opening o f per per
TEMPORARY NOTES publication of this notice. Each claimor the shorter. If such Proposal Is not one
THE LEVY COUNTY HOUSING demand shall be In writing and shall of the three low Proposals the bid bondor ':' $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day
AUTHORITYSealed state the place of residence and post check will be returned' In each Instance .
annum proposals will be received by office address of the claimant and within a period of ten (10) daysto y
The Levy County Housing Authority shall be sworn to by the claimant his the respective bidder. .. $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day ..
(hereinafter called the "Local Author. agent his attorney and any such claimor t. Contractor's Bend or Builder's Risk

Ity") at the Levy County Court House demand not so filed shall be void. Policy: The successful Bidder will be $65 per mo. . $2.16 Per day '
execute two additional -
reQuired to counterparts
.CURRENT (Post Office Box 838) In the Town oBranson Caroline H. WillinghamAs
Florida until and publicly! executrix of the Last Will and of the Proposal and to furnish: .. ,
opened at. One o'clock P.M. (E.S.T.) on Testament of James Wesley Willing. (a) For contracts in amounts In ex $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day
ham deceased cess of $10,000 a Contractor' Bondin
March 17. 1944. for the purchase of
First March 1944 the form attached to the Proposalwith
publication 17.
1809000.00 Series). being Temporary issued to Notes aid in (financIng Fourth. (3167) 3:17.2..411 4:7 sureties listed by the United $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day
Ac.
States Treasury Department as
its low-rent housing prefect (s). Sureties in a penal sum not
The notes will be dated April 7. 1964 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ceptable less than the contract price.b $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day .
will be payable to bearer on September IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY ( ) For contracts in amounts of '

11. 1964 and will bear Interest at the FLORIDA.IN $10.000 or less either a Contractor's $85 per mo. . $2.83. per day
SAVINGS rate or rates per annum fixed in the RE: Estate ofWILLIAM Bond or a Builder's Risk Policy .
proposal or proposals accepted for the I G. COWPERTHWAITE.. whichever the Owner has specified
purchase of such notes. Deceased. below: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day
INSURED SAFE All proposals for the purchase of said NOTICE TO CREDITORS (CHECK ONE) t
notes shall be submitted in a form All creditors of the WILLIAM '
I Estate of ( ) Contrfactors Bond
$95 mo. . $3.16 day
approved by the Local Authority. Cop G. COWPERTHWAITE Deceased. ( ) Builders Risk Policy per per
TO $10,000 les of such form of proposals and information are hereby notified and required to file t. Failure to .Furnish Contractor's
concerning the notes may be any claim or demands which they may Bend *r Builders Risk Policy: Should $100 per mo. $3.33 per day '
obtained from the Local Authority at have against said Estate In the Office the successful Bidder' fail or refuse to : ,! :
the address indicated above. 01 the County Judge of Alachua County. furnish a Contractor's Bond (or Build.
THE LEVY COUNTY Florida In the Courthouse at Gaines era Risk Policy) satisfactory to the
HOUSING AUTHORITYBy ville. Florida wjthln six (6) calendar Owner and the Administrator within
GUARANTYFederal Lewis W. Renfroe months from the date of the first publIcation fifteen days (15) after written notification .
"
Secretary I of this notice. Each claim or demand of the acceptance of the Proposalby ,.
> '..- ..,.... .' I
((3132) must be In writing and must the Owner the Bidder will be considered
-3 3:3NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO I state the place of residence and post to have abandoned the Pro- .
FILE FICTITIOUS NAME office address of the claimant and must posal. In such event the Owner shall
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I be sworn to by the claimant his agent.or be entitled (a) to enforce the Bid BondIn ,
the undersigned desiring to engage in his attorney or it will become void accordance with its terms or (b) ; '',,'' ,
business at Route 1. Box 304.) Gainesville according to law. If a certified check has been delivered n. '1
Savings and Loan Florida under the name of Hick. June S. Cowperthwaite as Execu- with the Proposal to retain from the
ory Hill Farm intend to register the trix of the Estate of: WILLIAMG. proceeds of the certified check the difference -
said name with the Clerk of the Clr COWPERTHWAITE. Deceased (not exceeding the amount of
cult Court of Alachua County.. Florida. W. C. O'Neal the certified check) between the amountof
/s/ Marlon S. Whaley Gray. Chandler. O'Neal. Carlisle & the Proposal and such larger amount Now is the time to place Gainesville SunWant
a
/Margaret D. Whaley Avera for' which the Owner may in good faith .

22 :, MO 1!' 'St... H. G. Bates. Attorneys for ExecutrixP. contract with another party to constructthe
< of Bates & Jones O. Box 44 Project. The term "successful Bid-
Gainesville. Florida der" shall be deemed to include any
Attorneys at Law f$

tGcjhrtsvilld( 11 P. West O. Box University 3?6 Avenue .'C V (3146)3:10,17.24.31 Bidder another whose Bidder proposal has is previously accepted after refused Ad to reach your renter.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
or has failed to furnish a satis-
Gainesville Florida EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. factory Contractor's Bond (or Builder'sRisk
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IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. Policy).
IN CHANCERY.E. 11. Contract Is Entire Agreement: The REMEMBER ad
E. SMITH and MARTIN CHITTY. contract effected by acceptance of the you can. run an during
Plaintiffs Proposal shall be deemed to includethe
1'- entire agreement between the parties .
FRANK C. MOORE JR.. thereto and the Bidders shall not
-- Defendant. claim any modification thereof resulting National Want Ad Month Call 372-8441 t
-. CHANCERY NO. from any representation or promise
.. Qlf NOTICE OF SUIT made at any time by any officer agentor -.
.. TO: Frank C Moore Jr. employee of the Owner or by any
Residence Unknown other person. ,'/
You are hereby notified that a suit It. Minor Irregularities: The Owner .
has been filed against you in the Cir reserves the right to waNe minor irregularities
cuit Court of Florida, Eighth Judidal or minor errors in the Proposal .
Circuit. In and Por Alachua if it appears to the Owner that ,.,. _. ---- ..< '
County. Florida. said suit entitled"E. such Irregularities or errors were made J..' .
'E., SMITH and MARTIN CHIT. through inadvertence. Any such Irregularities ., ,
TY, vs. FRANK C. MOORE. JR." or errors so waived must be .119 r; 'J .
The nature of this Is for the foreclosure .
soft corrected on the Proposal prior to Its fli'( -
of a mortgage on the following acceptance by the Owner. v 1A i ;
described property to-wlt: 12. Rejection of Proposals: The Owner > '- ;,' .
Lot' of unrecorded plat in t h e reserves the right to reject any or : '; : : 4 1.4 lines
i iill' South half (S M) of Lot f of Section all Proposals. . .
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IS. Township 10 South. Range 20 13. Discrepancies: Where a discrepancy : .tjj: .
East more particularly described as appears between the sum of the : -' ; -.' .,
i' ILI follows: Base Bids for. each building and the :" .' <
1 Commence at the Southeast comer Total Base Bid," the correct addition of Jo"": .
of Lot 9 of Section IS. Township 10 the Base Bid price for each building ;. ..t. r'rqrrj7: ;..! ; ..
South, Range 20 East thence run shall control. "'"
? Isis 1 r t'l North 0 degrees 00 minutes. 10 sec 14. The Owner Represents: Or .. ;."., ,' ,,'"
onds West along the. East line of (a) If by provisions of the Proposal -1. J. J'-It7" .j. 10 days
l said lot 330.62 feet thence run the Owner shall have undertaken to '
: I North t* degrees 45 minutes 51 seconds furnish .
any materials for the t
construction !
.tea 1 l West 4ll.2 feet to the pointof of the Project* such materials .. : : '-. "' \ {: : -
beginning thence run South 0 degrees : : tl A' J :
-4. are on hand at locations which }. ,. .. ,
30 seconds East "
02 minutes may be determined bf the Bidder's .. "' .r "" ,' : :
.2i ISOJf feet thence run North M degrees inquiry of the, Architect or if such \.. .7
45 minutes 26 seconds West materials are not on hand, they win '
100 feet thence run North degrees be made available by the Owner to ;1'iM\ :
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02 minutes 30 seconds West 130.28 the successful Bidder before the time .
:In Florida feet' thence run Scum 8* degrees such materials are required for Incorporation ',, "
45 minutes SI seconds East 100- feet Into the Prefect. ... ; < 'i' ::2 f \
to the point of beginning. All being (b) Title to the property on which the ..'. ,.... .8' "e't "'." h _. I ....,' .. r it
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and tying hi Lot f of Section IS ProJect is to be constructed has been ,
Township 10 South. Range 20 East. obtained.c : .. : I
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Alachua County. Florida. ) All funds "j.1 !: :f l { ... : : :.t."
necessary for prompt # '" '" .
after bowling beer is a natural ALSO: A strip of land 35 feet North payment for the construction of the '- .".. ""lI ,a,.. > < .. ,
and South by 100 feet East and Protect wile b*' available. :L "
West lying Immediately South of the If the Owner 'should fail to comply ; l lr
above described property cabled to with any ef the undertakings : & OW' t tI I

-After you've bo\\led a game or two, or when you're winding a permanent public easement for in the foregoing representations contained or if .......... '. ...:. j "' ;! "" \ I rU
up "
road right-of-way across the same. of such ... ; JJ;
he the any representations shall be Incorrect r7. .
evening at neighborhood ; .. .
bowling center,it's good to relax You are required to file your answer the Bidder will be entitled to <1, 1C. --- : '
with friends and compare scores. What better to add to the to the Complaint with the Clerk an extension of the time of completion .__. : f": "
way of said Court and to serve a copy of of construction for a period equal to ""f. -- .
and the sociableness ; i
sport than with a refreshing glass of beer? same on Plaintiffs or Plaintiffs' attorney the delay. H any. caused by the failureof

However you take your fun- er'always makes welcome $. whose names and address the Owner to comply with such undertakings
,
a appear below not later than Ap or by any such Incorrect
addition to the party. ril tm. 1944. Herein fall not or a Decree representations; provided the Bidd r
Pro Confesso will be entered shall have promptly notified the
Ownerin
Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that against you. writing of Its desire to extend the iun

we live in a land of personal reedom-and that our right 1964.DATED this m day of March. A.D. time of completion in accordance with to enjoy the foregoing. and provided further that
beer and ale, if we so desire, is just one, but an important one, of J. 8. CARMICHAELClerk I such extension. if any of the time of
those freedoms. of the Above Entitled completion shall be the sole remedy of
personal
Court the Bidder for the Owners failure to
(Court Seal) comply' with any of the foregoing rep.
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In Florida..beer goes with fun, with relaxation" ," BY Emily Deputy Waterhous S ANDERSON resentations.CLAY ELECTRIC COOPER

@ FAGAN. CROUCH ATIVE. INC. Owner -
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOQj noy. INC. Attorneys for Plaintiffs By: E. T. Martin. Executive j Classified Department4"r s ;- -,
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powerful tennis teamstarted

off a new season yester- .. .
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day at the University of Flori- t': oyrk.: w.R"> .e'

da varsity courts the same way rt Ft,i ie Dan Griffin
it has started and ended every Drake ,
season since 1958 with a vic- ,

tory as the 'Canes dumpedthe New Mexico Soph Hurler

Gators, 9-0. s ,
iL It was the 127th consecutive

tennis triumph for Miami. Florida's Meet in NITNEW In 1-Hitter

,. 44c 4.I i tennis players won only
,, one set in dropping their second
4 4t ? straight match after piling, ,up YORK (AP)' Some Florida was to try for a
) six wins in a row. thing has to give when Drake sweep of its Southeastern Conference -

Rod Mandelstam, No. 1 'Cane and New'Mexico collide tonight F. : baseball series with
tlw
player and one of the ranking in a National Invitation Tournament Fa. Vanderbilt today in the wind-
.\ up game at 3 p.m. at Perry
players in South.Afica
whipped quarter-final test and it Field.
.WThey're Bill Tym, top UF player. 6- may be the Madison Squarer

2, 6-2. And that set the trend fo Garden 'ceiling. The Gators utilized the sharp,
the day. one hit shutout
pitching of
for Tennis Miami has lost only one of its The Drake and 'New Mexico a sophomore Dan Griffin for a 4-

last 200 ten n is matches. Thatcame jumping jacks, tallest of the o) win over the Commodores yes-

Potter, left, UF tennis coach, hands fresh tennis balls to No. 1 Gator in 1957 to Presbyterianby NIT's original-team field, fig- terday to start SEC play in fine

player Bill Tym, center; and Rod Mandelstam, 'right, Miami's star, prior to a 54 margin. The 'Canes had ure to do some fancy leaping in style.It .

their match. Mandelstam won as Miami made it 127 straight triumphs. (Sun won 72 straight before losingthat tonight's basketball doubleheader .
photo by Eddie Davis). one. opener. Army tackles Du- .A y1..jy marked the second straight

- -- ------ ----- Florida now goes to Athens, quesne in the nightcap, with the shutout win for the Gators at
Ga., to face the Bulldogs there survivors joining New York home this season. In 22 inningsof

fTuesday Rotz Rides tomorrow in its next match. University and Bradley in Florida pitching at Perry Field,
Results: Southern and Vanderbilt
Thursday night's semifinals.
.
Singles Mandelstam defeated Ic r P have managed just one hit. Four
3 WinnersNEW Tym 6-2 6-2; John Ham- The Bulldogs-Lobos summithas UF hurlers tossed a 13 inning

mill defeated Dave Bonner, 6-2, the makings of an idealmaichup. S o-hitter last week against the
YORK (APJockey) 7-5; Richard Bray defeated Drake, from the ,Mocs.

Johnny Rotz got off wingingMonday Steve Gardner, 6-4, 6-2; George classy Missouri Valley Confer i The only Vandy hit came in

in the contest for riding Shuert defeated Ron Rebhuhn, ence, and New Mexico's West- ,the sixth inning when Terry

honors in New York when 6-2, 6-0; John Santrock defeated ern Athletic Conference co- Knepper, a refugee from Sar-

he booted home three winnerson Don Losman, 6-0, 6-4; Juan champions have much in common asota, lined a one baser to
Rubio defeated Vic Stone, 7-5,i including the tourney's '< the right.
,
March 17, 1964 opening program at
Aqueduct.Rotz 3-6,6-8. strongest backboard arrays. i..
Doubles -Bray-Hammill defeated The Gators needed Griffin's

scored with Tri-Quest at Tmy-Jerry Pfeiffer, 6-2, Wore 'Em Out" As Gators Beat Vandy tight pitching, too. Vandy, generally -
"We
(8.30; in the second race, Foreign 6-1; Mandel stom-Shuert defeated grind 'em down, Drake an SEC doormat, turnedup
Land at $7.00 in the third Bonner-Rebhuhn 6-3 6-4 Coach Maurice John said last t with good
; Dan Griffin, sophomore hurler for Florida shows pitching itself yes-
tif h +ta, .at SAY yg I Ij and Cactus Kid at $13,80 in the and Santrock Rubio defeated Saturday after 6-foot-4 Gene his form in terday. Tony Richardson blanked -
ri pitching one-hit shutout
v' AA ninth. West ((27 points), 6-6 McCoy Mc- a yeserday as the Gators
Gardner-Losman, 6-1, 6-2. the Gators until the seventh.In .
beat Vanderbilt 4.0 in
I Lemore ((19 rebounds), 6-10 Lar their opening
j > a t4.j Southeastern Conference game of the Sun that
t ry Prins and Co. hurtled Pitt season. ( inning, catcher Dave
87-82 in a first-round game. photo by Eddie Davis). Porter led off with a walk. rieht-
t Gator Coaches
fielder Bill Blomgren bunted and
A. "They (Drake) have a big, the runners reached third and

strong club," said New Mexico No second, respectively, when

Who Would Have Review Films pilot Bob King, an Iowa native Ranking Richardson threw wildly into
and one-time Drake graduate center field trying for a force of

student, after watching the Porter. After Jim Elliott bounced -

Bulldogs outscore Pitt. "But we to the first baseman with
U Picked Pensacola? should be able to rebound with both runners holding, football

Study InjuriesBy them." No PressureFor quarterback Tom Shannon laced

a hit to center, scoring both
The old saying "looks can be deceiving" came true this MARTY SCHRAM the The Lobos in fact, can rebound runners.
players' performances according with anybody. Utah was
past weekend. Sun Sports Writer to a numerical grading the only regular season foe to Shannon went to second as
Even with the most vivid wouldn'thave
a imagination
person system a sort of gridiron beat New Mexico shortstop Randy More r oft
Yesterday was Monday butt off the boards
picked Pensacola High School's ugly duckling basketball
K-State
the Trendex rating. and the Lobos buried the bounced out and trotted home
was "Saturday night at Utes
team to win the Class AA state championship.It on
looked like an impossible task before tipoff. movies" for Ray Graves and Earning Oscars for sterling under a 52-18 rebounding bulge Griffin's shot to right field
for
his crew of Florida football ex performances Saturday were in a return meeting.Ira a hit.
But, five short, skinny players, padded from their knees 1
to their elbows, had different ideas. perts. Messrs. Casey, Murphy and (The Large) Harge, a 6-8 By BOB GREEN The year he referred to was 4 final UF run came in the
They crushed Tampa Hillsborough in the semifinals of the The Gator gridiron critics re-, Harper. pivotman) whom WAC coaches Associated Press 'Sports Writer 1959 when his Wildcats com' eighth on a single by Jim Dun-

state tournament and then scored a comeback victory over viewed a sneak preview flick I Casey, a 185-pound end, re- have compared favorably with KANSAS CITY'' (APKansasState piled ,a 25-2 record and finishedin c ? passed ball and an error

towering Cocoa in the finals.It entitled: "Saturday Scrimmageat ceived the highest numerical Bill Russell, is the Lobos' lead is the only ,team, in the the No. 1 'spot, -only to lose :by Vandy,,Jirst baseman Jer-
was storybook from start to finish. Florida Field." Somehow, the rating of the afternoon. The 6- er. Harge heads semifinals of'the NCAA ,basketball to 'Cincinnati for-the midwest t ry. ..... &te
up a starting .
foot 2
six
title lacks. I Georgian caght passes championship that didn'tachieve regional championship.This .
five whose average height of 6-5 Duncan and Shannon had
one a 39-yard aerial from two
Big Advantage But the movie features some an'inch a high national rating year the Wildcats put together
is shorter than
Drake's.Deliberate Wts each while Griffin fanned
first
really big stars Charles year quarterback Steve this season and Coach Tex Win- a 22-5 mark in winningthe ?

When the Pensacolans took the floor against Cocoa, the Casey, Dennis Murphy and Jack Spurrier. I Style ter is just as happy it worked I Big Eight title and'the Mid eight fine chore._and. walked only one in his

height advantage was frightening. David was more evenly Harper. That adds up to 637- Murphy, a 6-2 tackle who, Both clubs are defense mind out that"way west Regional. They'll play After
matched against Goliath. pounds of stardom which is big weighs in at 262 pounds, starredin ed and both work off a deliberate "No, I don't complain about John Wooden's swift, unbeaten, today's game with Van-
'the.
Pensacola had a starting lineup that averaged 5-11 per in anyone's league. the" role of "Interior Line- offensive pattern. The Lobos that," Winter said by telephonefrom UCLA team, 28-0, in the night- F dy l.d a Gators will be idle until

man, compared to Cocoa's 6-4Vfc average. Florida begins its final weekof man. His efforts were praisedby led the nation defensively, allowing Manhattan, Kan., today. cap Friday. Michigan, Big Ten r y'and Saturday when
Georgia in for
The big man on this surprising Northwest Florida quintet rehearsal today for their annual > Graves as "the best day he's l opponents an average of "Let 'em have the high ratings co-champ, 22-4 plays Atlantic SEC set at moves Field. a vital
stood only 6-2 and weighed an anemic 150 pounds.But Orange and Blue spring had this spring he was all 56 points per game. Drake's -and the pressure that goes Coast Conference championDuke Perry

Tommy Lee was the tallest, strongest player 'for practice finale this Saturday. over the"field..aggressive and average yield was 61 points. with it." 25-4, in the first game. Vanderbilt, ab r h Florida ab r ft
his size in the tournament. He battled the huge Cocoa Yesterday, the Gators spent hustling. The others in Friday night's The winners clash in the title Ramsey Cnepper, cf If 400 4 01 Crease Montgmry 2b 3b 401 10 0

frontline for numerous rebounds, and tossed in 17 points. their practice hours at the movies Among the backfield Performances The second game matches a..semifinals are UCLA, Michiganand game Saturday night, scheduledfor Geshke chuford, ,ss 1b 3 300 0 0 Porter Duncan, c If 3 31 1 2 1
Lee's unlikely looking teammates were forwards Bob watching films of last Sat- halfback Harper rugged, aggressive Army team,I Duke, who finished one, national television coverage Ichardson, p 3 0 0 Blomgren, rf 310
Bauer ((6-1)) and Donnie Slayton (5-11)) and guards Mike urday's scrimmage.And stole the show. He excelled in 64-62 surprise victor over St. two, three in the final Associ- starting at 9 p.m., CST. Lunsford essup, rf TO 3 300 0 0 Elliott Shannon,1 Ib cf 40 311*

Leatherwood ((5-10)) and Jody Skelton ((5-8)). the Florida reviewers his two-way performance, both Bonaventure last Saturday, ated Press poll. Kansas State None of the four semifinalistsever egear, ,c 300 Morcroft, ssfenstein 300
3t 3 0 0 Griffin
Leatherwood bagged a bevy of free throws, with an unorthodox neither panned the performancenor offensive and defensive. against a swift Duquesne club was not ranked. has won before. Kansas Totals It 11 Totals p 3347 301

two-handed shot, in the last few minutes against gave it a four-star salute. The major "rough spot" which revolves around back- "We were No. 1 all season State came. the closest, reaching Vanderbilt Florida .'"."q."..,.q...".., 00000031 O. 0 GOO 000-4
Cocoa and finished with 17 points.Freese "We've got plenty of rough Graves spoke of was an understandable court snipers Willie Somerset once," Winter recalled, "and 1 the final game before losingKentucky E: Shuford (2), Montgomery, Richard-

spots to smooth over by September weakness linebacker. (24.7 average) and Ron Willard know the pressure that can put to 68-58 in 1951. son.O-A:RBI Vanderbilt: Shannon 24 .2.10 Creese, Florida Griffin.27.I.DP .
PatternThe Graves said "but The Gators worked out with ((16.6)). on you. There's enough pres- UCLA is making its sixth : Vanderbilt 0, Florida 0. LOB: Vanderbilt .
we ,
3 Florida 4. SB: Duncan Geshe. -
their four linebackers
looked strong in some areas. top in- sure built into this thing (the NCAA appearance. Its highest: S: Blomgren. .
precision freeze the Pensacola Only one of the four, Someset, a 5-10 speedballhas NCAA ) that fourthin IA r., bb so
pattern team unleashed championships we previous appearance was
And right now, we're keying Richardson (I IJ ........ 174125
against both Hillsborough and Cocoa was masterful to say the efforts Richard Pettee, saw action; and recovered from an ankle injury don't need any more. II 1962. Duke was third last Griffin (w) ....",..." 9 1 0 0 1 IWP
Saturday's Orange
our
on
,and Blue he played with a broken wrist. he suffered in practice a I "I'm glad to let 'em have the year. Michigan hasn't been in 426-: Richardson. U: Belbeck. Batts. A:
game.
least.They whipped the ball around the court, scarcely needinga The Gator coaches evaluated Jim Bernhardt is out with a week ago. high ratings." I the tourney since 1948.

dribble, to befuddle the opponents. The only way to stop shoulder separation, Ron Pur-
it was an intentional foul. sell with the flu, and spring PKY to Host

Ball-handling was the Pensacola key, and Coach Marvin ter: 'sensation Jack Card, with a New Team Old Story-
Beck was quite aware of it. severely sprained ankle. Foui'WayTrack
"We knew we had to control the ball," the youthful I "At first, Card's injury was

coach said. "The boys have been working together since junior diagnosed[ as a hairline fracture EventP.

high and know how to play as a team. We thought we'd a ," said Norm Carlson, UF Roger Craig No RunsBy
be able to take'em when we got the lead." sports publicity director, yes- ,
And Beck will have the same talented five performing terday. K. Yonge will open its
trr'
for him next year. They're all juniors. 'a J., "Then the final X-rays revealed SHELDON SAKOWTIZ I including 18 straight defeats, tying 'J L lie Sheldon, Steve Hamilton anr track season at 4 p.m. tomor-
9
Twelve years ago Pensacola High won the state crown, that it was a severe sprain, Associated Press Sports Writer, a National League mark.Tom Metcalf holding the Colts ow at the University of Florida
and Beck then and doctors caution us that it ,track in a quadrangular event
was along too. He was a senior member of The Mets failed to score a run
the team. "W*. might turn out to be even more The uniform read Cardinalsbut for him in 10 starts, five of j lo one hit. Washington nipped ,with Lake Weir Florida High of

A veteran coach quipped after Pensacola's Friday night :.d. confining than a fracture." you couldn't blame Roger which were 1-0( games. Eleven::Kansas City 3-2 as Jim King Tallahassee and Perry.
win over Hillsborough, "They look like the South Brooklyn Card, unknown at the startof Craig for thinking he was back times he lost homered. The meet will feature some
by one run.
YMCA team and writer spring practice, was the subject with the New York Mets. fine dash men although stated
a sports chimed in, "They look like Lew Burdette followed Craigto I
the Mets and play like the Yankees." I of coaching staff raves at Craig made his first outing of the mound and the win- Floyd Robinson hit a gran champion Fred Ayer of Florida

It was a team that attracted jour sympathy at the start the time of his injury. Just 5- the spring training baseball sea- ning pitcher while Bobby was Shantz :slam home run with two out in High has graduated and reportedly -
and jour respect at the finish. foot-6, Card was averagingmore son Monday with his new club finished the ninth to give the White Soxa : has entered college.

TOURNAMENT NOTES Class B champion Zephyrhillsplay tackles and assists than and it was the. same old story up. 5-4 victory over Pittsburgh. Bill McGill, PKY track coach,

its home games, about four a season, on an outdoor any other player in Florida his- good pitching on his part but'I, Craig didn't win, but Craig ,Homers by Art Shamsky and said Tommy Stalnaker and Lee

court Campbellton, champion in Class C, had only 14 tory. no hitting support from, his lost. The losing pitcher for De- 'Johnny Edwards triggered Cincinnati Eggert will captain the Blue
boys eligible for basketball this season. teammates.The troit was rookie Pete Craig, to a 7-6 10-inning verdict Wave runners. Stalnaker] will

Plant City ace Mike Rollyson missed only two field goals Sloan SpeaksAt hard-luck right-hander, who gave up sixth-inning home over Minnesota. .The Angels compete is in the dashes and Eg-
In the regional tourney, and he hit 17 of 17 free throws in the sY traded in the off season to St.Louis runs by Gerry Buchek and Jeoff I won their third in a row gert a 440 runner.
.
state semifinals( Zephyrhills forward Mike McGinnis en- I ; l from the Mets, worked Long. Roger was taking a shower and sixth in nine starts in whipping Joe Rainwater and Chuck Floes
tered the with the .'0" Med MeetJACKSONVILLEMore the I, the Cubs 12-5 and Bill' fine halfbacks on the Perry
tourney most points, 671. ''''' ':'' first three innings against by then.
Some of the top college prospects (seniors), according to t :; .' the Detroit Tigers at Lakeland, The Mets received outfielder .Monbouquette's six scoreless innings football team dash, are reported outstanding -
:3 men. Perry is
attending coaches, were Bob Stevens, 6-6 Palatka center Ronnie '; i1 than Fla. I George Altman and rookie featured Boston's 5-1 verdict -
<6tJ 150 and athletic department starting a track program this
Mikell, 6-4 Mount Dora center physicians Cleveland.
; Terry Akins, 6-2 Miami No Hits pitcher Bill Wakefield in ex- over for the first time in
several
High forward; Harry Dunn and Bob Stinnett, 6-3 and 6-2'Co- : officials concluded a Roger pitched three scoreless change for Craig, and Altman year -

coa guards; and Rollyson. t1i'rg.. : two-day seminar over the weekend frames, allowing no hits, but:went on a batting rampage :for Lake seasons.Weir is
The sessions ExhibitiQ1A annually a strong
,\ "'. opening were the Cards failed to get him a New York Monday. The, south- ? :::,I track team in Northcentral Flor-
confined to post graduate lecturers .i "
Gaither t 1 run. St Louis eventually won paw slugger lashed out three Ida.
U.
Says S. Needs .. ,' on arthritis and related dis- I Baseball
: eases Other meetings were' devoted the game, 6-2, for its third triples and drove in four runs The public is invited to attend.
M- straight Grapefruit League vic as the Mets and Philadelphia I
to the prevention and YESTERDAY RESULTS
Subsidy for Its AthletesATLANTIC ("$ treatment of athletic injuries, tory. Phils played 9-9 tie, called by Cincinnati) 1. Minnesota. (10 Innings FSU Downs

: coaches and trainers from Over the winter Craig was agreement after.11 innings. New York (A) 5, Houston

CITY, N. J. (AP)I|[I drop out of the Olympic Games l .t: t throughout Florida and Georgia' hopeful that a change' of scenery Elsewhere on the citrus and Milwaukee New York ("1.N) Baltimore!. Philadelphia.0 (11 Mocs by 5.2
I Irish Ice were in attendance. and uniforms might_ im- cactus circuits: Innings tie called by agreement -
-Jake' Gaither, head football )
coach at Florida A&M, said altogether, he said. Among those from Gainesvillewho prove his record and his luck. Milwaukee, "turned. in its second Chicago (()" '5. Pittsburgh. 4 TALLAHASSEE (AP- Florf.:

Monday the United States should Gaither, speaking to the re Alice Quessy will take participated in the seminarwere With the Mets in 1963, Craigwas straight shutout, blanking I St Washington Louis w 3. Kansas Detroit,City 2- .J' da State's baseball team was

subsidize its athletes or with- sort's Junior Chamber of Com part in a special St. Pat- W. C. Thomas Jr., M.D., victimized by lack of bat- Baltimore 1-0() behind the two- Los Boston Angeles 5. Cleveland(A) 12.4- Chicago (N) I out to make it two in a row over
draw from the rick's Day number as and Norman Sloan. Forest Ev ting' punch, something the hit pitching of Denny;Lemaster, Tomorrow's Games Florida Southern.
Olympics. i, merce while in town to attend Holiday on Ice salutesthe ashevski, director of Intercollegiate Cards have in abundance, but Bob Sadowski and Bob Tiefen- Cincinnati Los Angeles.vs. (Houston N) ,I. Baltimori. Florida State capitalized on

"If we want to compete on an the 17th annual National Foot- Irish at the Jacksonville Athletics, University of Iowa didn't display during his three- auer. The Yankees won'their Milwaukee New York vs.(N)'Minnesota"vs. Philadelphia' timely hitting and Florida South

equal basis with the Russians,I ball Clinic, said athletic contests Coliseum tonight. spoke on "Medical Respon inning stint first game under Manager Yogi St. Lows vs. Defroit erAs to win, 5-2, in the
V7
We'ye. either got to do it on a'' with Russia have become battles The ice show opens a six- sibilities oftheCoachinth The 33-year-old hurler had a Berra, 5-0 whitewashing o f'Washington Kansas City vs.VS.Chka9D.1A1 New York (A):= first of a two-game series MODnill -

subsidized basis as they do; or I for prestige. __ day run this evening. Athletic Program." __ dismal 5-22 record last season ,Houston, with Bill Stafford, Rol]Chicago San Francisco(N) vs.vs.Boston Cleveland' da). _



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Lose Game
(This Is the second of five articles 880 yards last year and ran of the world. The best of then

I.h i .- WHW'tJ.MPI v examining top U.S. Olympic 1:47.6 despite limited experience include Ron Zinn, Ron Laird
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Wilt) of Past ./ *1'ANU AWAY ANt 'and
track and field prospectsthe Chris McCarthy.
Thing 6 WlN"AbAJN Staters
/ Chamberlain's temper could: Oregon Morgan Grothand
1 A9ITOMOUtTg men who should dominate I Tomorrow: Barrier and
. t prove costly to the San Fran- a,I ie OFTEN TH&TER the domestic outdoor sea I Norm Hoffman, Missouri's the decathlon. races

." cisco Warriors. By JOE REICHLER U'15 r..oPf MEANS
r A technical foul on The Big Associated Press Sports Writer,up to the big leagues. Back in GRtATfR CONTROL IN and long distances.) Olympian Ernie Cunliffe also

j Dipper gave Philadelphia's Hal! WEST ,PALM BEACH, Fla.. 1954 and '55, .a club had one, A.A.b5TANY 2 IRON FOR CAGE E XAtititi ;:wIN By DICK BARNES are in the fight

Greer the opportunity to sink a: (AP-Henry Aaron, who 'owns maybe two outstanding pitchers. K MU'6H' fASJto/ Associated Press Sports Writer Veterans
Edelen and
I free throw with one second left,' the highest lifetime batting average After you got by them, you SfARf 1itE GILL Buddy

giving the 76ers a 111.110 victory of any currently active usually had one or two easy ,,, FIRG1 61'RAlGH1"50 YD'S.1'WAJ FOR' -n S SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Peter McArdle In the probably can
qualify 10,000 or marathon. -
.
} over the Warriors Monday night. major leaguer, believes baSe- ones in every'series. \ 11'I WItH A w!;OG i's.N United States hasn't won an .Jim Keefe of Central Connecticut

\ J tt the Cow Palace.Chamberlain I, ball has seen the last of the "Now every club has at least \ Olympic gold medal from 1,500 hot- and-cold Ron Lar-
.350 hitters. three starters. 'As if meters up since 1908 but that
had bounced the: top flight rieu and possibly Villanova'sVic
I ball down in what most of the "I just don't see how anybodycan that's not enough, they reach k string of futility could be erasedin Zwolak are threats in the
I 1964 by Tom 07Iara or Jim
into the and throw
crowd thought was anger over hit for that high 'an aver- bullpen a k b 5,000 or 10,000. .
Beatty.
of two free pitcher at you who ,is Just as 9/koe
hitting only one age anymore, with the kind of
I
A sentimental favorite in the
throw attempts in the waning pitching we've got to hit against tough, if not tougher. O'Hara Is the 21 yearoldarm
5,000 and team
quite likely a
I f seconds as he knotted the score today," said the Milwaukee The sweet-swinging right- hailer from Loyola of Chi-
member will be
J at 110-110. It turned out Wilt slugger. "When ,I broke in with handed hitter, whose .319 figure .1oA cago who surprised with his Gerry L i-n d gren, the 18-year-old Spokane, Ever happento
was because a teammate the Braves 11 : 3:56.9 mile In the National AAU
angry years ago, you last year barely missed winning ::: :!* Wash., high schooler who ?
called time out when the club were practically certain that the. National League batting meet last year and has batteredthe astounded the track world with you

'I had used up all six allowable one or two guys would hit .350 crown/ cited thej Houston Coltsas indoor mile record this I his Indoor performances this I If you bought your insur-
time outs. of .360. Those days are gone." -t' winter.
I an example. winter at two and three miles. ance from a one-company
The 30-year-old Aaron, His rapid improvement causes
gener- "This club finished ninth. he
left all
The Philadelphia victory kept agent, you were
alive the St. Louis Hawks' slim ally regarded as the best hitterin said.-"But i.it had three 'out- wwERE 't WOUW NORMALLY i some experts to foresee a world Bob Schul and Charlie Clarkin alone. If you bought it
baseball, owns a .320 USEA V4 bWING WITH 11-Ie record by O'Hara this the and former
aver standing pitchers In Ken ,John- year 5,000 Hungarian -
I hope of winning the Western WEDGE J'U. Pl"AVlWlt.6 i through on independent
Division title in the National age. He batted .355 just five son, Dick Farrell and Bob 9 IRO/-ANt WIT -n-Ie HEAHornung's ?- and that would put him among John Macy in the 10,000 are insurance agent, you hada
I Basketball Association. ,years ago, a figure that gave Bruce. And that guy in the bull- WUJP 146 F7INGl1I1i! BALL It the favorites for the Olympic 1- other definite contenders. friend nearby you could

'him one of his two batting ti- pen (Hal Woodeshlck) is no : PI208UfM .. 500.Beatty American 20 and 50-kilometer call on for help. We're independent -
Trailing by Itt games, St. That's has been pointing for
slouch, either. a tipoff on
tles."Today's IfININ nil Mix 'RCOf4".C KE1J1?ff J..CW. agent. Callon
'I walkers well behind the
rest
are
Louis plays host to Detroit tonight pitchers are better what. kind of pitching to expectin rA the Tokyo 5,000 ever, since his us.
while the 76ers play at Los this league." M J.ct WKx1A a I f Rt RW J11 flop at the 1960 Olympics. His

i Angeles and New York goes to Abe Woodson spotty competitive record is bal- David Mead's
Boston to face the Celtics, who anced by his recently'broken .

already have won the Eastern Hornung Karras Eagerly world two mile record, strong 481 Best Set .r.

t| Division crown. Returns BestNEW 5,000-meter times and eXperi-

ence. If fit, he could win.
David Mead
I paced the Royal
San Francisco's
.1 magic number -
I remains 1. If the Warriors YORK (AP-The run- Veterans Dyrol Burleson, six- Poultry Bantam loop at Palm Kirkpatrickmonson
Await New Football Year th in the 60 games, and Cary Lanes with
152-172-157
"
a 481
f win their finale against Phila- back of a kickoff may be just Weisiger figures to give O'Hara -
& i delphia on Wednesday night, or the start of action to most pro strong backing if not a set Karen McElwain had a 466. &
if St. Louis loses either of its football fans, but National Football Bill Bel c her's 183 was high
By JIM BECKER shoes never were that he had done wrong and deserved -beating in the 1,500. That
two remaining the War coaches consider it I game.
games League
I Associated Press Sports Writer filled satisfactorily. The former I to be punished. He con- threesome is probably the toughest .
riors become division champs so important they set up special I Notre Dame Golden Boyfamed tinued to fill speaking engagements for any longshot U. S. Olym- Rolling Four had a 1963 series Insurance Inc.
,
I for the first time since 1956 teams just for this play. That's NEW YORK (AP-Halfback!for his second effort running, and broadcast some high pic hopefuls to crack. and Fantastic Four a 612

1 when they still called Philadel why speedsters like Abe Wood Paul Hornung will get a second sharp blocking and threat as a school games in his home town The 800, by contrast, Is a fair- high game. Belcher made the 5- 31 N. Main 372.8438 I
phia home. son and Gary Ballman are considered chance to show his second ef- I
passing halfback, also was the of Louisville, Ky. ly open event for American 7 split.
'I 1 If San Francisco loses its so important in the fort for the Green Bay Packers.:I team's leading place kicker.He I candidates but not one likely to
NFL. Hornung said he weighs .
now
produce a U. S. medal winner. "
finale and St. Louis wins two, -
I Woodson, the little San Fran- And Alex Karras gets a crack led the league in scoringfor 221 pounds, about six pounds Jim Dupree missed making the 1
the clubs would tie for the division
cisco scooter, won the NFL kick- at filling the big hole in the de- three straight seasons and over his playing weight. 1960 U. S. team by two inches -
seat and meet in a one-,
I off return title in 1963 for the fensive line of the Detroit Lions holds the scoring record. but as the consistent recent THINK GOODYEARS COST MORE? 1I
playoff to decide the Karras at first
game third time, official statistics that he left there last year. was bitter I
hamps. fell off with about his U. S. leader, he should't miss
: showed today, and Pittsburgh's Both Hornung and Karras, set The Lions also suspension, and he ,this time. TRY THIS BIG BUY !
I / Karras out of, action. The 250- balked at suggestions that he
Ii i Sallman was a close second on down indefinitely last April 17 The most interesting threat w
tackle the standout sell his interest in Detroit bar
pound was a
'Cats the basis of average distance of for betting on National Football
could be Steve Haas, an Occi-
DogsTo returns. League games, have been rein- in.what. was probably theeague's which police said was a hang- dental who moved to Famous NYL.J .
sprinter t 1
line. The for
best defensive out hoodlums. Eventually he 4 "
The stated.
for
league average runbacks All-VJeathcr 42"with '
I Battle-- mostly by specialists, NFL Commissioner Pete Ro- Lions never did find a replace- sold, and moved his family to ,> t ,

was a whopping 23.4 yards. zelle, who handed down the sus- ment. Clinton, Iowa. t y : TUFSYN I

11 Woodson, who set a couple of pensions, lifted them Mondaywith Admits Guilt'' I "I don't feel like I used to feel GHS to PlayAt i

t In Baseball league records in 1962 by return- a statement that empha- Hornung had said all along about the suspension," he said Live OakLIVE 3-T Nylon cord gives this tin I

ing 37 kickoffs, 1,157 yards, sized that neither man had been Monday. "I'll be a real tiger out greater strength than other I i

f By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS didn't reach those figures. But charged with betting against his Frank Gago there on the field this fall." OAK Gainesville High 1 1 I economy-1'me fueL; And Tuf-
-
J;! his 29 returns for 95 yards own team or not giving his best i George Wilson, the Detroit ayn is the toughest rubber
Kentucky invades Georgia.to- School was to meet Live Oak in
upped his average to 32.2 yardsBallman's in every game. coach, said Karras was the Goodyear has ever used ir
1 day for a doubleheader in'the a baseball encounter at 4 p.m.
second day of Southeastern Con- average in secondwas Good Conduct Spills 655Frank "best defensive tackle in the ? t # auto tires.
today.
i 31.7.Woodson. Rozelle added that the conductof "
ference eastern division baseball. league, and he'll be glad to I Wayne Rick was the choice of
scored three touch- Hornung and Karras NOW JUS. i
was have him back. i i
action. downs on kickoff returns, one of taken into consideration in the Gago of Walt's Esso No Trades Coach Wesley Dicks as starting _

In the only other conference! 103 yards-no mean feat for an lifting of the suspension. led the Commercial League at Vince Lombardi, coach of the pitcher. $795.

game today, Vanderbilt hopes-to'nsuccessful team. Tim Brownof Hornung said he would startin Palm Lanes last night with a Packers, said he would be happy GHS lost to Jacksonville, ." i IS bUck

t gain revenge for':8 4-0 loss:s to Philadelphia Eagles, the May to get his legs back in 655 series on games of 185-244- to have Hornung back, and 5-3, in its opener last Saturday. Us and-type old plus tin

Florida 1\1 0 n d a y. Sophomore only other player to run back a shape for the 1964 season. The added he "will not be traded" Whitewalls only $2.00 mort \

righthander Dan Griffin pitcheda kickoff 100 yards last season, Packers, three-time Western 226.Walt Helsel of Walt's had a There[ have been several rumored -
one-hitter and his m'ates edged Woodson in total yardage Conference winners until last trades for Hornung, but GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE "NO LIMIT" GUARANTEE
633 182247204. The 247 was \ .
pounded out seven hits. 945935. Brown and Bill Butlerof season, fell to second behind the on Lombardi has denied all of No limit on months/No limit on miles/No limit IS to roads/No limit IS
high game. Jack Harris, Mit.chell's .e* to spetd/for the entire lifo of the tread.
b Another sophomore righthander Minnesota each returned 33 Chicago Bears in the 1963 cam- Shoes had 584. them. ALL NEW GOODYEAR AUTO TIRES ARE GUARANTEED against defects 'In
a and materials and normal road hazards, except repairabli ,
kicks. paign.Rodriguez. workmanship
Ken Tatum of MississippiState
Walt's rolled 3121 on 965-1088- The new season will be the punctures.
also pitched a onehitteras seventh pro campaign for Hor- 'IF A GOODYEAR TIRE FAILS UNDER THIS GUARANTEE any of more than
I 1068. Budweiser had 929-1037 83,000 Goodyear dealers in the United States and Canada will make
the Maroons opened their sea 1107-3073 with the latter game nung, who is 28, and the sixth allowance on a new tare based on or ulna I tread depth remaining and y
son with a 7-0 victory over Arkansas Says for Karras, who Is 29. I current"CoQdyear.Frice".
high single.
State Monday. Alabama FJ
Johnson of Schlitz Beer
evened its season record at 1-1 Billy 303 Series / THE;
made the 4-6 split.
with a 4-3 victory over St. Ber-
nard. Both were non-conference He'll Mims Clark .Powell was high in
clashes. Whip the Twilight League at Palm Tops BantamsNancy

Florida boosted its season rec- Lanes with a 576. Ray Allen hada GAS WELL ,
McElwain had 145-
ord to 4-2 with the Vanderbilt By BEN OLAN said. "I fight anybody, Mims, 212 high game. a "ft
158-303 in the Police Benevolent
victory. The Gators' other tri- Associated Press Sports Writer Archer, Griffith." Liz Elleman's 545 on 178-199- "TRY .,
168 the Rebel Coin & Association Bantam Leagueat
umphs were non-conference tilts. paced
Kentucky and Georgia are be- NEW' YORK (AP) "Cassius Rodriguez who now lives in Stamp loop at Rebel Lanes. Nome Palm Lanes. Bing Nobels KING

ginning their seasons today. Assistant : Clay's the greatest. Bum I'm the Miami, Fla., expects to weigh Crom had 465 and Mae Hill had a 241 and Bobby Bates 228. EDWARD" NO MONEY DOWN INSTANT CREDIT TO I

Coach Tommy Wells reports -best," insists Luis Rodriguez, about 150 for Mims, meaning the 454. Wendy Picou made the 6 Holy and Rollers 562 had an 1123 series America's largest Selling Cigar Holders of Charge-A-Pates( or Natl. Credit Cards
t the Wildcats have an excellent -the former welterweight cham-,. 7-10 split. a high game.
chance of winning the pion, who, by his own admission, Washington, D.C. fighter will I
have a weight advantage of I Ir
Eastern Division providing the is still the welterweight ti-
team can hold its own until the tleholder. about eight pounds. Texans Win THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '64

basketball members can get into "I'm still unbeaten. They rob "I once give away 13 poundsto

shape. me three times, added the cocky Yama Bahama," Luis re From BroncosTexans .

Georgia's hopes hinge on its Cuban today while discussing called. "I beat him. And I also t -
pitching staff. Coach Jim What- Friday night's bout with middleweight beat a lot of other middleweights beat Broncos, 14-12; -

ley has nominated two junior Holley Mims and his Joey Giambra, Ace Armstrong, Oilers won from Raiders, 28-14;

rlghthanders, Robert Cain and forthcoming June 12 title match Skeeter McClure and Den- and Patriots topped Chargers,

George Frady, to face the Wild- against Emile Griffith in Las ny Moyer. 24-12 in Midget League cage,
Vegas. play at the Boys' Club yester-
cats.Mississippi "I'll beat Griffith again, too,"
State is again host
Coincidentally, the record book day.David i
to Arkansas State today. Other shows that Rodriquez has lost he added. "About 10:30 at nighton Smith led Texans with

games find Auburn at Hunting only three of 57 bouts. He first June 12 there'll be"a new 13 points and Hal Ingman had -

don and Howard at Alabama. lost a 10-rounder to Griffith in welterweight champion. seven for Broncos. Ray Bass

Dec. 1960 then another to Curtis Then, quickly he tacked on. hit 12 for Oilers and Rusty Witt ,

Cokes in Aug., 1961. Then, in "I mean I'll still be the four for Raiders. Jay Hoffmanhad :
Orlando Cepeda led the Giant March, 1963, he wrested the 147-II champion." 15 for Patriots. I F

hitting attack on the road in pound crown from Griffith, onlyto .

1963, getting 21 home runs and lose it to the New Yorker '
batting .351. three months later. I. Attention Growers: Now re these .

"They call me on the phone

Luis Olmo, former Brooklyn and tell me that they need some- AN ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO .. ... .
Dodger outfielder, scouts for one to fight Mims because Joey < s- .z : 4

Philadelphia's Phils. Archer is hurt," Rodriguez i AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS AND HOMEOWNERS I

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;l j+ BUSINESS Y, MARKET REPORT 'Strict, 'On, : Air Flood Woes



t : REVIEW NReaders' .

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ri: '' Putnam Growth 9.35 TALLAHASSEE (APSec.: .

TV & Elec 8.19 retary of State Tom Adams Of WaccasassaBy

; ''I'ICT1Ie Value Line Inc 0_. .-. 5.48 showed candidates for governor I

Request Wellington Fund 14.93 of Florida that ,he meant ,business -

Purchases .. 467,609 about their meeting the re-

Short Sales ......_. 3,513 quirements, of ,the state Jaw on
I '
quotations Other Sales ,..._ .482,419 spending and ,contributions. "flooded the
following market WALTER MIXSON to rafters. He the hearing had said that the
I are requested specifically by reader Total Sales ,_ 485,932 He refused Monday to
acceptthe
of the Sun financial paoe. The quota- STOCK LISTINGS Sun Area Editor I said that stranded cattle had to purpose of the hearing was to
ions are furnished by Pierce. Wuk Advances ____ 549 new financial reports of five
I, bern Murphey) Investment Service Declines ;._.._...._ 542 candidates for governor., They BRONSON "Waccasassa"is be moved to dry areas by boat determine whether benefits de-
.
1 1I here. Unchanged >_ -. 272 were Scott, Kelly of Lakdland, an Indian :word which liter State Sen. Etter Usher pointed rived, from flood control measures

I, N. Y. STOCKECHANGE Getty Ofl'.10g 28% St Oil Cal 2.00... ...0 60%- Total Issues 1,363 Fred 0. Dickinson of West Palm ally translated, means "thereare .up the opposite extreme, the along the Waccasassa

I Grace Co l.OOb 51% St Oil Ind 2.00b _:_ 62-% New '1963-64 Highs 83 Beach, Haydon Burns .of,"Jack, many cattle." times of drought along the river, would outweigh the costs of sucha
....
.65
Heine Curt .80 28% Sterl Drug -- 2936 ew'1963-64 Lows 7, sonville, Fred Karl of'Daytona project.
IBM 5.00 ._'_ 584% Texas Util 1.20 58" each"and Charles Holley-of Stetersbhrg. ; This translation was given bya which has its headwaters in The consensus of testimonyfrom

I Abbott Lab 2.40 1HV4 Int Min C 1.80a 67% Textron 1.40 423'1 TODAY'S DOW JONESPrey. member a U. S. Corps of Gilchrist County and sluggishly a dozen or more personswas

Allied Cem 1.80 56% Int Tele 1.00 :_.....w 55% Tidewater .. w 383 Close Components 1st Hr Adams said that some contrib- Engineers team here yesterdayto meanders through Levy Countyto that the Waccasassa River

Armco SU 3.00 78 JMlogg .80a ?- 42% Trans 'W A -- 3634 utors': addresses were not-rom- conduct a public hearing on Waccasassa Bay. I Basin has great potential for

Atch Topka 1.20a 41%11I 1.34e 29% Union Pac'J.50b 1.60a 816.48 | Indust. I -0.80 plete enough to meet the law's I flood control problems of the Usher said that tiny Asbell development of cattle ranchingand
L
UndAu'
I Am Elc Pow 1.16b 61% two -",-, 67 56. requirements. He had speededout Waccasassa River. other agriculture, timber
190.52 | Rails | Up 0.22 Creek which into the
empties
I Amer M Fdy .90 63% Lone S Cm 1.00 J!!*._* e Upjohn 1.00 553. the law in memos to the. The hearing, conducted by growing and recreational faci-

I Amer Home 1.44a 17% Marsh Fld 1.60 39% War Lamb .70 26% 139.47 I Util I -0.08 candidates March 3. II.Col. H. R. Parfitt in the court Waccasassa had historicallybeen I lities but this development has
Worthintn 1.50 used churches in the ;
Bauch Lomb 1.20 74% Martin M 1.00 18% 283.35 | Stocks I4.11 I ) '"The filing of your report is room of the Levy County Courthouse by
I 40
.
Xerox for I been the
I area baptismal stymied by flooding of
28% McG Hill .60a 36% r-- being'held abeyance'pending 'revealed in addition to' purposes.
Enka 1.40a
Amer w 46 Zenith 1.20a ... .. asa 5,160,000 | Volume |1,400,000r I I'But, he said, a drought occurred' the Waccasassa over areas three
r I Amerada Pt 2.00_ 35% Mead Corp 1.70 compliance with the aforesaid "many cattle" along its banks !
Also extra or extrasb I in 1955 and there and four miles from its banks.
L not
I, Baxter Lab .36 _. 26% Merck 2.00a .. 117% memo," Adams ,said in tele- many problems caused by the i was '
Annual rate plus stock dividend OVER THE COUNTER 'enough water in the creek for (After the hearing, a memberof
i Beckman In .... 61% Natl Airl .80 _.0 46 grams to the five candidates. I alternate flooding and drought that the
Beech LF S 1.10 46% NY Centl .50g ._ 32% Alico Land 0'l%. The response was almost in-' conditions of the Waccasassa.I purpose. engineering party wryly
commented
j Bristol My .80 .- 66 Nia M Pow 2.00 50% e Declared or paid so far this Amer Fidel Life 25 stantaneous. I State Rep. Frank Marshburn. "Since that time," said Usher, difficult to that it would be

I Brown Shoe 3.40 Norfolk W 6.00 w 122 year Amer Heritage __ 21% Within a couple of hours,'repesentatives -; of Bronson gave a vivid example' "the creek cannot be depended value place a monetary

\ i Brunswick 10V No Ind P S 1.48 58 f Paid in stock in 1963, ,estimated Amer Nat Ins 0_ 20% of Kelly, Karl and of the river's flooding. He said on for baptizing. There's either Asbell on the Creek.baptismal benefitsof

''I I Cambell S. 2.40 116% No Nat Gas 1.80 53% cash value on ex-divi Amer Pion'r Life 5% Burns had promised to make' that in 1941 he saw com cribson too much water or too little.": )

I Carter Pdt l.OOa 66% Olin Math 1.20 46V4 dend or exdistribution, date Anheuser_ Busch _.. 47% prompt corrections! farms along the Waccasassa I Col. Parfitt, at the outset of Harold E. Mills of Chiefland,

Case J.L..- 10% Owens n G 2.50 95 g; Paid last year Anodyne,- 0- 0- 43'4 ex officio chairman of the Wa-

Cessna Air 1.00 ... 26% Pac G&E 1.00 32%' I Citizens Bank_ I 34 AT FIRST ,FEDERAL TOMORROW casassa River Basin Board,

I Ches Ohio 4.00 69 Pac Lting 2.40 60 AMERICANSTOCK Conn Lt & Pow 0_ 373 pointed out problems of severe

Coas S Gas .... 37% Pac T&T 1.20 30% EXCHANGE Cowles Mag & PB 13th flooding and, at times, no wa

I CBS 1.80b -Y. 44% Pan Amer A 1.20 67% Dun & Bradst o_ 613 ter. He said that vast timber

Comb Eng 1.20 29% Parke Dav 1.00 32% Aerojet-Gen 0 37% Firs West Fine 19' HomelPlanorama' Set Here interests along the river were
Cone Mills .80 15Y Pennzoil 2.00 69%
Analex Corp 29% Florida Gas 113Fin. adversely affected by the flooding
Contl Airl .40 21 Perkin El 40% Aqua Chem 0 17% Nat'1'Bank 0_ 40 as was agriculture and the
Contl Ins 2.20 .- 58% Pfizer .80a 48% Aurora Plastics ._ Fla. Tel '_ 0_ 243Forfest The Home Builders Associa charged with zoning responsibilities. cattle industry. Many acres of

Contrl Dat w w.-.. 79% Phelps DG 3.00 ..- 68% Barnes Engineer 24% Labs 0_ 0_ 30 tion of Gainesville is sponsoringa truck crops were flooded at
0
Corn Pdts 1.50 65% Polaroid .20 _. 160% "Planorama" at 8 tomorrow
0 Butter Shoe ._ 7% Founders We ,8 p.m. Syracuse took his masters de- times, Mills said.
Delta Air 1.60 86% Pub Sv E G 2.60 16% in the floor of
Cinerama ._. .__ 15% Franklin Life 57% ground gree in city planning at Yale
Det Steel .60 15 Pure 1.60. 43/ the First Federal Savings and Mills also pointed out the
90 Zhromaloy .... ..., .... 11% Great Amer 0_ 15s and worked as city planner in I recreational
? ? ?
Emerson El 1.00 44% Rayonier 1.00 36 Computer Scl 22 Grolier ............... 463 Loan Association building.Lee Windsor, Conn., and Santa Cruz, values of the river and

Fair Camra .50g 30% Rexall .50b .- 39 Cutter Labs 17% Gulf .Life 0_ 57 A. Syracuse, assistant di- California, before joining the said that more and more people

Jim Walter ._ o. 31VsFinanl Reyn Metl .50 39% Data Control 0_ 38 Herff Jones 0_ 15' rector of land use and develop- NAHB in May 1962. from surrounding areas and
7 Fed 64 Rich Merr 1.00 49% I from far
Fulton IndS .. 8% Home Insurance 663 ment of the National Association as away as Tampaand
Fst Chartr 1.97f 46% R C Cola 1.20 51 De Gaulle St.
Gen Develop 4% Jax Minit Mkts .Y 0_ 6' of Home Builders in Wash- Talks Petersburg were fish-
Fla E Cst 9% Roy Dutch 1.73g .... 42% Mackey Airlines 7% Kennasaw Life 0_ 0_ 13' gq ington, D.C., will discuss town ing and boating in the river.
Food Fair .90 19% Searle Gd .90 58% w .
> Mead'Johnson, 23 Life of'Fla 53 ; planning, density zoning and To Mexico'sCongress
FMC Corp 1.00 .r 53% Singer 2.00 98% Pac NW Tel ._ 22% Lowes Company 183 .; "' ordinances concerning this typeof He said the Cross State
Gen Tele .88 ,_ 32% Smith Kin 1.20a 65% Milgo Electron 15 n:(l.c., yQ planning. Barge Canal, now under con-
Philips Elec _. 44% o. TodayMEXICO
Ga Pacifi l.OOb 63% I Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% Mort. Guaranty Ins 25' struction, "promises real impetus -
Redwing Carriers 0 w. 11% The presidents of all Gaines- to the
of the
: growth Wad
.. RIC Group ._ 9% Pacific SW Air 433 ;'- f ville banks the of all CITY (AP) Presi- River "
mayors casassa Basin.
Schlitz Brewing .. 47% dent Charles de Gaulle continues
Sperry R. Wts 0_ .-_ 8% the towns in Alachua County all
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES MARCH 16 Syntex -_ ._ ... 89%% SeCur. Life & Tr. 55 incumbent city and county com- his drive to increase French in- Sen. Usher pointed out the
!e) New York Time Southern Nitro 17% fluence in the Western Hemis-
Tampa Elec _._ .;. 25% missioners as well as other can- importance of the Basin for tim-
High Low Close Net ChSo Travelers Ins .. 52% phere with address before
Tech Measur 22% an today ber He
25 Rails 133.10 131.39 131.80 Off 1.10 didates up for election, and the growing. said that if
000. TWA Wts 0_ 0_ 19 officers and members of the a joint session of the Mea measures to store the water of
25 Industrials 821.37 808.38 815.40 UP 2.47 SYRACUSE
Valspar ._ ... ._ .. 7% Late Morning (Home Builders Association of can Congress. the Waccasassa, as well as flood
50 Stocks 477.23 469.88 473.60 Up .69
00' De Gaulle scored a personal
Gainesville presently are plan control measures, could be
triumph on his arrival Monday found, it would much to I
N. Y. Listing Sells Tickets ning to attend. mean
with a speech in excellent Spanish the of the
I MUTUAL FUNDS & The presentation will consistof economy area.
delivered from the
presi-
INVESTMENT CO. AllisChal 17 GulfOil 52% For UF Alumni slides and threedimensionalmodels dential balcony of the National Sen. L. K. Edwards of Marion
STOCK show how
designed to ,
Alcoa 76% IntHarv 67%
Palace to County said that this is
I FLASHES 300,000 persons pack-. county
with zoning subdi-
density ,
MARKET AmAir 42% Int Nick 74% ing the plaza.Newsmen vitally interested in flood control
Affiliated Fund 8.61 AmBrk 55 Int Pap 31% BarbequeTickets visions can be constructed in estimated 700,000. measures along the Wac-

Capital Life & Gr. .. 9.95 AmBdPar 36% Jones&L 74 such a manner as to.be an assetto people lined the,route of the two I cassassa, since the
NEW YORK (AP) The stock shares, unchanged at 18%. Divers Growth 0_ 9.73 AmCan 41% Kais Al 39% are on sale at the UF communities. drainagearea
market steady with Chrysler continued soft, losing presidents from the airport. of the river extends to
was fairly Dividend Shares _
3.70 Alumni office for al-
AmCyan 63% Ken'cott 84% Saturday's Included will be a discussionof Fairfield ,and Wacahoota
prices mixed in moderately act- V4 at 46% on 5,000 shares. .... __ .. Ham
Dreyfus 0 20.02 held in
AmMot 17% Lig&My 75% umni-faculty barbeque garden apartments, the town Pact With Cuba mock. He referred to these
at the On 1,000 share blocks, Beth-
ive
today.
trading opening
Fidelity Capit 11.20 AT&T 140% Loch'd 37 connection with the annual house and residential patternsas
Changes of most key stocks lehem opened at 37 and Republic Fidelity Fund 17.44 AT&T its 21-32 Lorillard 44% spring reunion this weekend. they have developed and as,! HAVANA (AP) The Soviet flood.areas as "critical" in times of

were small. Steel at 45, both unchanged. Fidelity Trend ._ 18.53 Union signed an agreement
AmTob 30%
Mag'vox 39% they are likely to develop in the
Pennsylvania Railroad firmed U. S. Steel gained V at 58 on Fund'tal Invest .. 10.70 Anaconda 50% MplsHon 126% Al Alsobrook, assistant direct- United States. Monday to give Cuba a $15.5-I State Rep. Howell Lancasterof

after yesterday's decline ris- 2,500 shares. Income of Boston 8.28 Armour 48% MM&M 67% or of alumni affairs announced The "Planorama" program is million credit in 1964 and 1965 Gilchrist County said that In

ing % to 32% on 3,000 shares, American Tobacco held unchanged Incorporated Inc w. 9.76 ACL 71 Mohasco 12% tickets may be reserved by callIng designed to be of particular in- for equipment and spare parts I his county he had seen watermelons
that the threat of a rail' K-2 ._ him at the University. All be for and
now at 30% on 2,700 shares. Keystone 0? 5.62 Babcock 59% Mons'to 71% terest to citizen's groups, mem- to used irrigation I "floated" down the heap
strike seems to have abated, at Keystone S-3 0_ 16.80 Beth SU 36 tickets are $1.50. draining programs in Oriente of flooded
Ford eased % at 57% on 13,000 % MontWd 36% .bers of planning and zoning rows fields.
least temporarily. shares. Fractionally h i g her Keystone S-4 4.70 Boeing 42% NatDist 25% The barbeque begins at 11:30 commissions, mortgage bankers, Province. I
New York Central also recovered -were Raytheon Boeing, Pfizer Life Investors 0_ 0_ 19.84 Borden 74% N.AmAv 52% a.m. Saturday in the Florida and others in the real estate The Russians also will supply; And Gilchrist County School
% to 33% on Life Stock.Fund I Supt. Eli Read told of the -
rising
7.71 including problems
technical
and Studebaker.The Brunswk 10% Penney 49% Gym. About 900 guests are expected and financial fields as well as assistance
2,100 shares.In Mass. Inv Trust __. 16.30 of school buses getting in-
CaterTr 59% PRR 33 Alsobrook said. commissioners 'and councilmenHe Soviet technicians.are I
another 3,000-share block, Associated Press averageof Mass Inv. Growth 0- 8.65 Celanese 64% PepCola 49% to some areas at flood time.

General Electric rose % to 90. 60 stocks yesterday dipped I Pioneer,Fund ._ 9.73 Chrysler 46% Phil Mor 73% Levy
Sperry Rand opened on 4,000 .6 to 301.4. Puritan Fund ._ 9.41 County commissioners
CocaCola 124% PhillPet 48% Antipoverty Bill Starts Wardell Fugate and John Year-

CornEd 50 RCA 37% ty told of damages to roads and

ConEdis 84% RepStl 45 bridges by the flooding Wac

-YOUR MONEY'S WORTHTax ContCan DowChe 44 70%% StRegP ReyTob 40 34% Congressional Grind TodayWASHINGTON casassa.Conservation Fugate Service said the had Soil estimated -

duPont 259 Seaboard 47% that
120,000 a c res of
EAL 34% Sears 107%
farm
timber and pasture land
< E.Kodak 130 Sinclair 45% (AP) Congress ] said it was an "intolerable on a record against two of were affected by the flooding.
Breaks We're Losing n. Firestone 43% Socony 69% trained a questioning eye tituation" that fully one-fifth of the major proposals In the

FlaP&L 77% SouthnC 54% today on President Johnson's 1 the population is not enjoying catch-all program-a youth conservation J. P. Sandlin of WiUiston who

Ford 57% SperryR 18 antipoverty program as it began I the country's prosperity. corps, renamed by represented sea food dealer R.

= By Sylvia Porter ;;, Frmst Da 10 StBrand 77% an uncertain journey throughthe Nobody argued against that Johnson as a Jobs Corps, and a B. Davis of Cedar Key said

,- Frept Sul 36% StO NJ 83% legislative milL J JI position. But there was so much;national service corps patterned,that the right blend of fresh and

The 1964 tax law is not all has helped millions of employes law- and from this year, on, Frueh Tr 32% Studebak 7% vident 4 dissent to the methods on the Peace Corps. Both of salt water was needed In Wac

rate cuts and new tax breaks, also has been decreased by an uninsured casualty loss not GenDyn 30% Swift 47 I Democratic reaction generallywas Johnson proposed using that it these measures have encountered -casassa Bay for the productionof
emphasized- at the start of ;the 1964 law. connected with a business or GenEL 90 Thiokol 16% favorable to the'plan the ;might take the full weight of I stiff opposition in the sea food."He said it would be

this series and here are some production of income will be GenFds 89% U Carb 119% President submitted Monday to presidential pressure to push House, where a Republican- of great benefit if there were a

of the advantages being taken UP to this year an employe deductible only to the extent GenMills 41% Unit Airc 47V pick up a number of previously 1 through even a portion of the conservative Democrat coalition constant and controlled amountof
whose continued
away from us. I pay was by that the casualty loss exceeds GenMtrs 84 UnFrt 23V considered proposals, add some ]program this year. often calls the turn on legisla- fresh water pouring into the
his while he ab-
employer was
Goodrich 58% US Steel 571
them
new ones and wrap up tion of this type. say.
The amount of state, local and sent from work because of sickness $100.On Goodyr 45% WestgEl 36V into a $962.5 million program Senate, Republicans already

foreign taxes which you'll be or accident could treat up your 1963 return you can Greyhnd 52% Woolwth 76% aimed primarily at assistance to Representatives of the U.S.

able to deduct when you prepare to $100 a week of such'"sick claim any casualty loss not reimbursed : needy young ,Americans.Sen. Connell Johnson QualifyLast Fish and Wildlife Service and

your 1964 return has been rev pay" as tax-free. If the em in full regardlessof N Y S E,Most Active Stocks the Fresh Water Fish and Game

luced. ploye's tbsence was due to: the amount If a banged up Comp. VoL Close Change Republicans, wary of being Commission urged that meas-

Here is a list of the taxes sickness, only the pay he re- fender in 1963 cost you $50 to tagged with opposition to any for May Primarymission ,.ures be taken to preserve the

which you can deduct on the oeived after a seven-day wait- fix, you can deduct the $50. But 105 900 Chrysler 46% up 1% measures that would reduce poverty fish and wildlife of the vast Gulf

1963 return you're filing before ing period was tax-free. If his written into the 1964 law is 'a 101 (000) Chris Craft 15% up 1% I nevertheless found little Connell and seatConnell I Ii .1 Hammock game managementarea
John County
Apr. 15 but which you will not I' absence was due to accident or sort of "$100 deductible," similar 100 600 Gt Atl & Pac 35% off % 'that was new in a program Commissioner _Edgar Johnson is: opposing Judge through which the Waccasassa -

be able to deduct after 1963's if the employe was hospitalized, to that on,many insurance 89 000 RCA 37% up V some of them regarded as this morning became the last i McDonald for the officeof flows.
return: his sick pay was exempt from policies If you have a $100 uninsured 64 600 San D Imper 12% up % aimed primarily at promoting for Harry
two condidates to qualify judge. Buren Brice of Bronson
county
62 600 Gt Wst Fin 18% 1% a
State or local cigarette taxes; the first day without any waiting damage to your car i in up Johnson's political chances in democratic
state or local alcoholic bever- : period. 1964, no deduction will be al- 53 500 Am Tobacco 30% up % November. .1.the May primary The deadline for qualifierswas member of the State Board of
election.
I 51 600 Am Motors 17% up % today. Forestry said that thousands of
age taxes; motor vehicle license Under the 1964 law the sick lowed. Dashwood Hicks the lone noon
plates; driver's license fees; admission pay rules depend first on what 50 200 Ford Motor 57' % up % Peace Corps chieftain Sargent was The County Democratic Exe acres of cut over timberlandin

taxes; occupancy tax- portion of your salary is, continued The $100 deductible r u 1 e 45 200 US Steel 57% off % Shriver designated by the President qualifier yesterday. He will op- cutive Committee will meet Levy County could not be re-

es; transfer taxes. while you are absent doesn't apply to each piece of 4S 100 Penn RR 32% off IV as his personal chief of pose Johnson for county com- later this week to set plans for forested because of flooding.

You still will be able to take from work. If you employer con- property destroyed or damaged', 43 000 Colo Fuel 14% up % staff to direct "the war against county-wide political rallies before Others in behalf of
but to each casualty. Say 18% off % speaking
Rand
41100 Sperry 5 election.
listed the first the May
for as
itemized personal deductions tinues to pay over 75 per cent poverty was flood control and water
storm causes uninsured damage 300 El 35% 34 con-
39
sales taxes real property taxes, of your salary, there is now a Westmgh up witness as the House Labor A Wee Spot servation measures included
-
'' and
to personal property' 37 000 Reynolds 40% % Land PlannerTo
your up
gasoline taxes, state and local 30-day waiting period regard- house of Committee moved to consideration County Agricultural Agent Leonard
of $200 to'your
income taxes and personal property less of whether your absence is car and to of $300a Amer Stk Exca Active Stocks of the over-all,presidential' O9 ,the Green ? Cobb, Sim Townsend ofBell
$700 garage -
taxes. But after 1963's re- due to sickness, accident or total cost your of $1,200. You Volume Close Chang prop sal.s. I' For Mr. 'KellyJACKSON Speak ,at UF .Ralph Beauchamp G 1 J.

turn, no deduction will be per- hospitalization. After 30 days, Tf .+ -
merely forfeit $100 of deductions 85-000 Syntex Corp 89% 6 Hubert H. Humphrey of christ: County landowner; Jim
mitted for foreign sales or foreign up to $100 a week of your sick up A pioneer in ,land planning
personal property taxes. pay is tax-exempt since all damage was caused 42 400 Genl Plywood 6 up V Minnesota, the assistant Senate v ILL E (AP) ,- techniques will speak on the i Senterfitt, soil conservationist;

while If by one casualty :- the storm. 37 900 Gale.Industr 2% off H Democratic leader predictedthat Doesn't it seem natural that '3 the University of Harrell Hemingway county
that I
Note, though, you your employer pays you no } I subject on
deduct farm[ forester and Frank Bullock -
You can $1,100.If ;
off
36 700 TWA -wts19 V members win cooperate man named Kelly would wear at
can't claim the above list of more than 75 per cent of your Florida campus tomorrow
taxes as personal deductions wages while you are absent you use your' car half for 26 600 Cmpbl Chb 4 13-16 off M with Johnson to end the,"con! green on St Patrick's Day. 11 a.m. in Room 18 of Mather county office manager for

after 1963, the taxes are still from work, then up to $75 a business and half for pleasure, gressional delinquency" be saidit Here is how Scott Kelly of ly HalL the ASCS.

deductible if you pay them in week is exempt as sick pay-! your damage to the business Egg Market had, displayed in the past hi Lakeland, a candidate gov- Lee A. Syracuse, assistant dir- There was ,no opposition voiced ,

connection with your business, without any waiting period if half is fully deductible while the attacking the',problem of youthsthe ernor, was dressed when bespoke ector of the Land'Use and'1* : to engineering study of 1

operation or the production oi f! there is hospitalization and damage to the personal'part is I JACKSONVILLE (AP) The President said now 'are at' the midyear confer- velopment of the National Association the Waccasassa.

income. And Congress' final decision -, with a seven day waiting period subject to the $100 rule. If the Northeast Florida Egg Market'"condemned to a life'of.poverty ence of Florida County Commissioners of Home Builders in

on cutting these tax deductions if your absence is due total damage to your earls, say prices to retailers: which they, in turn,:wffl-pass on : Washington ,D. C, will .speak CoL Parfitt said the study

is mild in comparisonwith I either to sickness or accident $80, you can deduct the $40 atributable : to their children. Dark blue suit, red.and black: at a seminar sponsored by the probably would take about two
'
the drastic restrictions asked without hospitalization. After to business and not 'Extra large 46-47; large'43-45 tie, white shirt. Department of Real Estate and years; that $18,000 had been appropriated

in the bill originally submitted 30 days, the exemption limit. deduct the $40 which is personal mostly 43; medium 38-42 mostly Democratic: leader Carl the Albert He did wear something green Urban Land Studies the UnI- for the study and
41; small 34-38 mostly 34. of Oklahoma urged his, campaign button. another Is in the current
by the administration.The rises to $100 a week. loss.Next President's versity's College of Business'Ad. that $42,000
value of,the sick pay exnpUon .. .Deductions for casualty lossesare :> Limits,, on Life, Inssr- Poultry at farms: ,fryers 14; House to pass the ministration. President's budget
which in the past t being limited by the 1964 arise Tax Breaks hens'light 6. bill and.DOt-let'down-the-poor


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f i "" "":Y 26HTTHEONlQ OF COURSE IF WOJANTT3
tl J ,'t.' t.,.'; DEAR ABBY 11Ec T. 1 1t YW HERO AT WR/ EXPENSEIF coo iH1N6 THAT MATTERS 151HE FES. JUST A LITTLE BIT
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I rn i VROWNwi ( 6OT'1JTTLE lEA6UER'5 TEAM TNElENAISEVFfilIHGU! 6WLTV. 60 RIGHT MEAl
What's your problem? For a g.aral HlA80fJ, I hW.OHif {6E rrr ui1

J. Ya rtply, write to Abby, Box 3365 Kz

I ,x x5&i i Freeze Her Out Btvtrly Hills, Calif90212.. and fi.- .... ..r
I include a self>addrassad stamped tnv <

it. 4 .lep Abby answers all mail.

;1 : L..fJ <* Abigail Van Buren. -""- -- -==
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:'fQ DEAR ABBY: I have a neighbor whose husband travels. I then my mother gets disgusted and chases us both out of the HERE,ANY MORE. OOME DOYJAI rr

and she ends doing it herself. My brother just runs HERE'S HFRFORWARDIWG Sr EA
have always suspected that she liked my husband, but I kitchen up

didn't pay much attention to it because be never encouraged 'off and watches television, while I sit around feeling guilty. y v--lL. ADDRESS;.* 1 1ITrt

her. One night, when her husband was out of town, she called Can you solve my problem? =: oJ;. -- "" .. "...: ORRNT

here and said she was hearing strange noises, was afraid to GUILTY GIRL (X.. .t -

I stay there alone and could she run over and use our couch. I DEAR GUILTY: If your brother thinks YOUR job is eas- j.P'JAS "
ier than his, and YOU think the work is "equal," switch 6Jv-
=
like 1I
Well she dressed
r i said "Sure, come over. came over up
a
she was going to a ball. I fixed coffee and the three of us sat jobs with him. And if he most complain, tell him to keep < !J.t .
his voice down. Kids have been ducking work that way for "
around watching TV. Meanwhile, she didn't take her eyes off : '
Qn
know that mothers would rather do it 7
because
my husband. The next morning, when I came into the kitchen years they \
I,I themselves than referee a fight. I
to make breakfast, there she sat all made up, wearing a night- .... :-
gown you could read a newspaper through. heard my husband yr.ar.4I

coming, so I threw her an overcoat. I said nothing. How DEAR ABBY: Our single, 32-year-old son has threatened to t

t should I act toward this neighbor from now on? leave his father and me and get his own apartment He claimshe ;;;-:" 7HANfYSNUFFY ME AN'MAW SHORE N YOU HINTESELF
WANTS NO ENEMIES wants to "live his own life." Nobody is living his life for DID ENJOY THEM w NO BAD COOK

,. him while he is making his home with us. I tell him he = SWALLER, ArrTLESLASTNlGHTTrlATOL'WOMAN YORSNUFFY
DEAR WANTS: You may not want enemies, but youdon't should live at home until he gets married. He says he will LUKEY
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i want any friends like your neighbor, either. Avoid her. with What kind of OFVOR'N IS A
never get married if he stays here us. ....
meet be cool and distant. MIGHTY RNE COOK
polite
Should you accidentally thinking is that?
A MOTHER
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DEAR MOTHER: I think's it's sound. He should quit
DEAR ABBY: I am 15 and my brother Is 13. Our Job Is threatening and move. ( nr
doing the dishes every night. We have a system. He is sup- 11
posed to clear off the table and wash, and I wipe, put away t. *
and sweep the floor. This is an equal amount of work, isn't CONFIDENTIAL TO DJX: "Good manners are made up w

it? Well, he always picks a fight about whose job is harder, of petty sacrifices." (Emerson) Have some. lassnuca fr.

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o News 11:30 O CD Missing Links L_ VOLTRE ALL RIGHT. (SHE'S TRYING TO YEAR SHE WANTS TO LOOK '
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came to town this week. Nat crocus lavender, spring wink!Pentagon, "but what I'd like was saying. Spring snickered os i :-
ed. She was lovely. She made to know is whose side she gustily and rattled the trash I
urally there was a cocktail reception you want to tousle the hair of I would really be on if things ever cans to show her indifference I r...J.,,. 1* //'IjiI(' :
I for her. Everybodywent. immaculate young matrons all came to a showdown." to the whole Democratic tick' ,/ v 317REY.YEEZ
It was the thing to do. over Georgetown.The "Surely you don't think-." et. I cb
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hair. buy her offerings of fragrant ion and Communist China with whether spring will wear the a

"She looks to me like a slut," white lawn lime and hemlock the gloom deterrent just as daring new empire bustline, but

said an immaculate young matron food, to present her with casually as though they were whether she will move us toward ANt WER2 BJILDtta I 1 1A REQUESTED As =701.a Z WILL.NOT '
whose husband does some- gleaming new pruning shears elements of the free world. Tryto realization of the multi- THE REPS HAP COMMANDO TRAINING THAT A.US.. .AIR FORCE YOU/I A.V V SPEAK WITH
thing classified in the State De- and a quatrain. "Oh, she's imagine how many megadaf- lateral nuclear force." 8 M t .YEEZ,BEFORE AtoYEP 1 IK ? L9 DIl BASE FROM WHICH TO OFFICER COME HERE ASMUfT YOUR VI5ITJN3MgAMWHIUS.

partment. From* across the handsome enough conceded a fodils are already sprouting in. "This s e n t imentality about HE BAND DI1DYOUR WROTE TO NUSTHE A OF THE INDEPENDENCE COUNTRY 'COERCE AFRICAN OTHER.ODYExl1MENTs NEW !I '1d DISCU5S WITH HIM.THE.MATIIR. ANY WAR FORM N MIUTARI5T.
the Caucasus and Ukraine," spring the eternal is quite o >U.S.AIR FORCE GENWHERfi YOU TM
said the brilliant young thinker. touching of course," he explained >c CMI.... WERE ms5ONARJES.z / .
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FACE ADO APA He exuded the faint odorof "but is it really any more / I rTIES
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ACROSS GIRL AMERICA missile grease and computer trouble, you see, is that it is J I; GkJ
1.Distant 25. Claim U P ATE A N T E very difficult to exert leverage V ?{ 1
Hoarfrost Laceration R o R l C R o w lint.Spring answered by pluckinga against these eternal phenomena C I y 1

Eng. 28.Asian ESOTERIC FAG blue jay from her hair and and, hence -." Spring s: .;
?.Log float 30.Not many Den R E T E P c R A giggling. A senator who was 1 summoned a small rain cloud 11 II
11.la vogue 33.Eccentric A B D A I R E D stuffing on shrimp salad said 'and emptied its contents light. 1i. I
13.Culture piece r E n 0 that he had the State E4en
medium 3*.Small nothing against ly on Departmentman's
14.limited draught A R E_N 0 5_E_ PAL E spring, although he doubted pate, reminding him'
15.Arias 35.Shave n 1 L_I ETA T that a restaurant owner could abuptly that life was for liv
16.Indigo So.Prong SAY L- E.- R< GAR Aji S be legally compelled to serve ing. ;; I
;; AIOOLEu' R5 NICE OF SARGE HES NOT -I COPWI
17.plant Half 38.!Bounteous SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZlE her against his will, as the I Most of the better people by c [ SPIKED SOMA TO BE 60 SYMPATI4ETIC BEING FuooY'siNSUI5 dMR5.
way 40.Dan. founding fathers had not seen this time had backed spring THEN'E WA r OP ASEASICK TO PCO OW POP SrATHET1C
20.19.Gums 41.weights DOWN 5.Raemhlia g fit when drawing the Constitu I.into a corner and were asking 3 aD ) uz .
Helped Most
31.With two expensive 1.Ruinous Cain'*father tion to state, either explicitlyor 'ridiculous questions. What did .... WIFE CALL 2: EEL : 1 6
teetH 42.Sea cull 2.Isolated 6.Frosty by implicaion-. 'she think of the New Hampshire < (r A,
23.Dry,u 43.Make a slip 3.fleet 7.vizier Abyss Spring blew him a kiss, scattering voting and whom would the 1 Y.. h> t I In

wine24.5crcm 44.trgal 4.fabulous 8.W.Indies the mummy dust out of Republicans run for President?
action bird rodent his eyebrows. An investigatorfrom Wasn't it terrible about Cassius -, 5 %
9.Affected the Bobby Baker case Clay's joining the Black qi
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t .5 W 4 S" 7. S J IQ manner whispered that the two had Muslims? Had she heard of the

II 1 i I 10.Ordeal been seen together last year. at outrageous speech of MalcolmX *.- :M1
12.Wire
I/.J measurement the Kentucky Derby. ? What did she'think of the
14 18.old Nick' An inscrutable White House minimal deterrent theory = 3

I .11 ra i i. Vegetables source drifted by. "The President -and wasn't it appalling about 1
22.:Catnip would rather not see a lot saturation parity?
20 itl It Bishopric of irresponsible talk in the Spring turned green, produced WO GET PARKER OFF THAT .AT THE MTOCBM,6OMA WOKS IM CM HER DAUGHTER

25.EulogiZe press about spring," he said, a tulip shoot out of her ave COME TO THE CONCLUSION vO SOU USA, I BRAPEM CASE-AN? THE USA LOOKS NORMAL SHE'S MATE REAL PROGRESS
%W/hW' U f a., (f J 26.Delineator "until the administration has sleeve, tipped an elm with buds THAT FAJUCEK IS NOT THE MAN MM T 3 NOMINATION IS YOURS. A5 SHE SITS THERE IN THE LAST FEW MONTHS :
27.Thrustingsword I FOR WHrrEy..THAT &. .f PLAYING CARPS. MISS WLLJAMS.! .
60VEKNO
@ IS' Ls Zl firmly[ decided on policy. It and showed them a swarm of
I WANT YOU 10 RUN
2 28. Croup of can be reliably reported, how. termites dancing in a shaft of y1 FOR RE-ELECTION.1 E h
u. l' %,' Ja IJI' eight29.Dlaoiacal ever, that the President has sunlight. It was old stuff, tired l
not told spring to stay out of miracles and familiar flummery :
3J
Sf ss 2
W-f. mark Wisconsin and has not, as some when what was neededwas

J* J1 r 18 12 30.31.Traveler Obliterate: reports have it, refused to give hot dope, cool opinion and F s oO
spring an appointment powerful answers.
32. Shoe strips
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35.By The White House source was The guests soon lost interest,
41 / 41. 4f 37.Sea eagle closely followed as usual, by and while spring stood Indifferent
39.Stripe friends of the attorney general, in the sunlight some Q a n 1 Jt'

Par fine 24 mh.AP N M'1I..,,,,.S : '3:11f who said that there was no young men and young women ::J ;
feud between their man and drove by in a hot rod and pelted h _
spring no matter what the her with beer cans.


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These are three Voice Superiors in the Florida "Fed LEARN TO to nervous DRIVEl Special or elderly.attention 8 Pt. ordinary Same as type 2 lines

Three local students winning Voice Superiors InS eration of Music Clubs Festival held last week: (left Easy way Driving School. FR
2-7002. Uc. by Stale of F.IN .. Same as lInes
the Florida Federation of Music Clubs Festival last to right) Judy Pettit, top runnerup Junior; Patricia r GAINESVILLE. IfS I 12 Pt. ordinary type

;., week are (left to right) Tyler Sterrett, Top Elemen- Ann Rehbein, top, Musically Advanced; Wanda Her- GDI'S PHARMACYnext 4 lines

tary; Julie Larson, Intermediate Top; and Carolyn tel, Musically Advanced runnerup and Karen Gon- For(prescriptions to Wmn-Olxk.. cosmetics) 1 18 I Pt.ordinary type

l Watson. Intermediate Runnerup. zales, top Junior.jj'g'cHORDS. LD.L. DRUGSTORE


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t City Finance DIADAX TABLETS (formerly
Dex-A-Oict New name same
formula only Vic. Canova's Drug The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
Store. 37 N. Main St. Incorrect insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement -
Officers To to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu
MRS. TURNER ha* 'Just completed -
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by the hem In the advertisement. No adjustment( will
at the of
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be made on errors that do not effect value .
materially tile *
Vlvanne Woodard Cosmetic: : .
Corp.In the advertlsamant..
And DiscordsBY New York. You can earn MO
i Hold a week commission by showingthe
Meeting Vivanne Woodard program. TIle Gainesville SUn reserves The I
Use !! Privilege of revising or re-
For appt. |lust call Mrs. Turner jecting any advertisement which It deems otlectlonal and to
VERE RICHARDS between f AJM. and S P.M. 37*. change the Classification of any advertisement from that or-
:; Four Gainesville men will appear 1480 or come to <2i N. Main St. dared to conform to the policy of the paper.

.-- SACRIFICE equity In like new
on the program for the 1964 model white automatic Zlg I

Zag machine In Console ........ .., ,,_..__ _
1 22nd Annual Short Course for The Pittsburgh Symphony Or- .S > sewing --- -""'- -
r-S4r"ft cabinet. Does everything. Reason
Municipal Clerks and Finance chestra, William Steinberg, conducting ::; rr for selling leaving town April 12 Mole Help Wanted 30 PETS 6' SUPPLIES

Officers to be held here March was presented to a ci 1st. Assume payments. M.2J per
month. Balance $63. Phone 376- COCKER Spaniel puppies AKC
22-25. packed auditorium Tuesday eve- 2351. after 6:30 p.m. ROUTE SALESMAN experienced) reg. $35. "Little. Beauties". Also

I ling by the U. of F. Lyceum '* FOR SALE r x 10'< pool; 10 cigar tablished and route candy; Gainesville preferred. es or Stud service ft grown dogs for
O'Neill directorof sale. Call 41-2362-
A. Clarence
Schweln girl's bicycle. training
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Council This great organizationwas \t Palatka area. Cash bond required.
finance, will speak on "Tax wheels; f metal slide. 10 miles Must live In territory work FOR sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male
so thoroughly professionalthat out on Mllhopper Rd. Julie Zln> ed. Apply Lewis Candy & Tobacco and female. S50 for both. Call
S\ Assessing, Collecting and Licensing conductor merman.HILLCREST. Co314 W. South St.. Orlando FR US3t
even a great
James M. Price chief Memorial Fle.13Help
Park. Choicelot.
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such as Steinberg is, found littleto > 2 graves. Call FR 2-0513 GIVING away 4 puppies.
I clerk of the department of finance be upset about. It was a per- =1 anytime Sunday. After 4 weekdays Male or Female CoIl FR 6-8041

will discuss Services
"Utility formance in which the orches- FREE to good home black Persian .
: Rates. Billings and Collections DUE to divorce I hive a like cat. Altered male. approx.
Exp. secretaries,
tra glided so smoothly over rug new 164 model Zlg Zag AutomatIC Cashler-hostu, attractive salary open 2 yrs. old. Gentle ft affectionatewith
; Frank Goodwin, pro- You sewing machine that wk. children. Ph. 372-2055 after
that ceased to White houseiceeper. $25
ged places they
: fessor of marketing at the University does everything. We would like Bookkeeper. salary open 5:00 P.M.
be such en ti rely. Shubert's some one to take up paymentsof Exp. Waitress, salary & comm.
of Florida will talk 16.00 per mo. Ph. 3722051.
on Rosamunde Overture becamein t Exp. mechanics 34 Waterfront Property
Store trainee, hi schl. grid.
"Understanding People; and the first two minutes a meet- : ala:', Sitters Child Car Off. trainee hi schL grad.
C. H. Donovan, head of the department Tree surgeon foreman. $2 hr. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE
ing place of a number of very I Auto salesman. Exp.
of economics at the TINY TOT Short order grin man 30 minutes from Gainesville.
friendly people who talked in- : Insurance trainee $100 wk. Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom
University, will be the chairmanfor terestingly about a number of Route salesman. Levy Co. lake. Good beach front
PLAY SCHOOL
a panel discussion on the CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. moss covered trees.
things with such perfect under- Visit us and see for yourself. 120 SE 1st Ave.
"Budget Process.ttThIs standing between conductor and 34 SE tth St. FR 4-7806. Phone 376-8234 Call WALTER 376-5394 STUBBS INC.

PLANNED program awaits your CARRIER: for morning paper _
course provides an opportunity -men that a crook of his fingerwas ore-school youngster at JACK route. Must have good transpor- WINFRED H. CRAWFORD

for the public administrator enough to start any forte. : & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. tation.Information Post cash bond.write For P. further O. Reg. Broker, specallzlng In.
Music educational
programs LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.
to see current trends and developments The Debussy Rondes de Prin- film-strips. 7: -.5:15. Mon.-FrL; Box 214 or. call FR 2-4451. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose,

that will help him temps gave us bright images of 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. BOOKKEEPER 40 hour week good OR 52951.CLEARED. ._

solve everyday problems that things that grew into shape right COMPETENT: mother will care for pay. Must have good knowledgeof fenced 90 x 200 lot on
children. Days or after school. accounting and be able to clear. sand bottom lake 25 miles
all before with the same Reasonable In home. tot make all types of closing &
affect municipal depart our eyes, my from town. 11,000 cash. Phone
monthly statements. Reply Box
SE 1st Ave. 374481. 376234.BEAUTIFUL.
ments and officials.It minimum motion. 36>-A, c/o Gainesville Sun. _
WILL care for children In my t lot on the Suwannee

will be conducted by the I Richard Strous Sa10 me's No LongerNeed home.references.Infants 215 to N.E.1 6th year.St.Good FR 14-Sales Help Wanted 6160.River at Rock Bluff. Call 376-

Dance required a little more but 6-5012-
Florida Institute for Continuing SALESMAN. Man Interested In Insurance -

University Studies in cooper- Steinberg set the Bull Fiddles CHILD CARE S8 per week. Babysitting field with auto. Good Real Estate For Sale
40c. an hour. Anytime. training salary. Phone ** 2-0932,
ation with the Florida Chapter, roaring with just a flick of his Phone 372-7601. 1A M. Friday all day.
35 Houses for Sale
Municipal Finance Officers' Association right little finger. The intricate WILL BABYSIT In my home anytime 16-Work Wanted Female

of the United States movements of the dancer demanded any age child. Phone
I Local Piano and String Superiors in the Florida 3764147. EXPERIENCED Medical Technt- A HOME for Florida. Lg. open
and Canada, and the Universityof still more but it was living area with walnut paneling
DAY care for children In my home. clan desires position with prIvate
built-in planters. 24 ft.
Federation of Music Clubs Festival last week
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Florida. an example of the most from _jjW section. FR 24741.Employment. practicing doctor or lat>o- sliding glass doors opening onto
left foreground David Younglove primary others ratory. Phone 6-2741. BR.
enclosed covered patio. 3
The keynote speaker will be the least in this magnificent con 2 baths. central air-condltlon-

Sidney H. Woolner, Housing and ducting. Through the Brahms from left, Jean Crago, Elementary; Robert Brill, FEMALE typist credit experienced clerk, figure as clerk typist Ing with and built-in heating stove, eat-In dishwasherand kitchen

Home Finance Agency, Washington Symphony No. ;4 the same rule I Elementary; Tyler Sterrett, Primary; and Vicki and posting. clerk. Needs disposal. Close to schools.
Schmidt Moderately Difficult.His II FEMALE HELP.,WANTED work. 61761.BABYSITTING $23,000. 922. NW 36th Terrace.
,
D. C., whose subject is held, but he gave us all the orchestra or light housework Week days after 5. FR 6-4945.

had in the done. In the call FR
"The Accelerated Works Pro- "passionato. daytime
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn 3 BEDROOM home, air conditioned
S second half presentedmany with lovely voices and the 6-151.
gram: Its Implications for Mu ." It was a marvelous per- proper up to $S per hour demon wall to wall carpeting
delightfully novelties and barber-shop adjustments strating famous Studio Girl PHARMACEUTICALSALES throughout the home. Draperies.
nicipalities. Blackburn H. Ha- formance. Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Situated on large wooded lot.
made us hope he'll be brought who sang wonderfully and a Phone 374-433 after 4. Sale price' 16850. $1,000 down
also DETAIL
zlehurst Atlanta will
I Gregg Smith brought his ma- call, 376-1168. Weekdays after I
back male from Lake
again. quartet City Sell Fast EARN up to $SO a week. Full or
weekends.NORTHWEST
speak Monday morning on and his back to the p.m. Anytime on
gic singers Two Barbershop Quartet so- and another one from Orlando, part-time. No soliciting or collectIng AYERST LABORATORIES Offersan
"Types of Funding Methods for auditorium Saturday night car neccessary. Call FR 6- excellent opportunity for an 3 BR.. 2 bath, separate -
,
cieties, one from Ocala and the the Acrosonics and met three 1961. Intelligent and alert salesmanIn dining Rm. Lg. living room
Pension Plans. March 7, by the Lyceum Council's -, a well-established territoryIn playroom. double garage, on
Jacksonville combined leaders in the movement Neil
other from
i TYPING and general office work. Miami. Requirements: preferably wooded lot. Split-level. Fpr sale
contrivance. He has them Give education experience. age college degree In the sciences : Will trade for smaller
.es..e... to sell the Gainesville Sing- Mayhew, Marsh Walsh, and by owner.
.l. .. under such marvelous control and reference. Write P.O. Box or allied field and sales' home. 2227 N.W. 9th PI. (Off
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the idea of of Fred Breedon and several oth- 702 Gainesville Fla. 24-
chapter
.......... "'>' dingers a experience preferred. Age 22nd St.)
that he seems to be able to stop 35. Company training program.
I its own. The process was a lot ers. There will probably be a LOOK S5. 5 Your watch cleaned
excellent salary plus monthly
c.a..JTh their need to breath except at plus $3.00 gold filled band, HAZEL HEIGHTSSee
i of fun and we heard the Trou- run on the stores that sell the Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR commissions. expenses companycar
intervals and his diminuendos and outstanding Insurance our 4-bedroom and 3-bed-
long badears four gorgeous girls handle-bar mustaches. WATCH 'REPAIR 113 N. MainSt. Please call Mr. Mock room 2-bath CCB homes with
program.
.. .." ,J" .. go on and on. He showed an- Mr. Otis FR 6-7137.. between A.M. & 5 P.M. at the built-in electric stove and oven.
Central' heat. city utilities.
... .e. other very interesting thing 2 SENIOR beauticians good workIng Holiday Inn In Gainesville. Wired for television and tele!

214 NW 13th esse FR 6-6472 they can pick up a new number Duty-Free Citrus Deal Reply conditions.Box 37S-A,Group Gainesville Insurance.Sun. 17 Work Wanted Male grassed.phone. Large Hazel yards Heights completely Is In

just by reading it at sight before Give name & Tel. no. .. how the city limits. Equipped with
long lived In Gainesville. Fla. SUMMER |lob wanted will be In ewer lines, close to bus stop
us. But the rest of the interest IF YOU WANT work but cannot 11th grade. 5' 10". weight 160 low down payment conventional .-
..L.bDIIVI4N Blocked IDS.. 15 old. Good grades. loans. Located on Northwest
ing program, mostly religious Conner Says withPerson the give full time. we have lust Will do years anything. 3713 SE 14th 39th Ave., West of 13th
thing need. Call Avon
you St. Shown by appointment,
arrangements in the first half, Manager Mrs. Burns at FR Terr. Phone 372-7110 ask for phone FR 2-3826.

THEATRE was all in their heads. The sing TALLAHASSEE (APState Conner said that the Virgin Island 2-0421. Mitchell._ N.E.- SECTION. For sale' by own-

7400 t&ors Roe'S Pt.N 11 SOfl ing was beautiful vital and with Agriculture Commissioner Doyle I Corp., which is owned by SECRETARY candidate.part-time Pleasant for personality political WANTS yrs. old work.reliable.colored honest.boy.Con-14 er.Florida 2 bedroom room built large In bedroomand panelled

NOW! 2 SMASH HITS! exceptional diction plus Conner predicted that a leasing the federal government, won't college degree preferred. tact by phone FR 2-1611._ dining area. Large Land
toPerson Please call only between 1 3 lot with 1
BOY wants Job after school. 15 scaped yard pump.
Ope*..6:30. Show at 7:00 Gregg's interpretations. deal under which citrus products I have its final meeting today. p.m. FR 20013.LASSITER. years of age. If Interested please air conditioners. FHA. 813,000.S400 .

See Both Late As 8:55 from Panama might get! Instead the decision will be MASON call FR 2-7S74. down. S75 month. 1515 N.E.th .
e
Terr. FR 2-8629 for appoint-
S FIRST RUN into this country duty-free, will! mode in a White House confer- CLERK week for 422 seafood NW 8th market.Ave. $40a 18 Schools & Instructions ment.

ROBERT MITCHUM SUBURBIA not be signed in Washington. ence that may be held Thursday WANTED housekeeper for elderly 2 BEDROOM house on :34 acres.

MAN IN THE MIDDLEHIT DRIVE IN THEATRI he said. couple $15 per week and room 1 1st Lesson Free Modern Hampton.conveniences.Owner. M. A.West Payne.P. of.

NO. 2 8:55 Boys' Club Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland, &Blrt board.Box 4.Waldo Hampton.44S-175Z.Fla. Mr. Harvey's Real Estate Phone37. O. Box,..626. Starke, Fla.
TONIGHT! WANTADS
who is running for LICENSE COURSE
SANDRA DEE governor, 12 Male Help Wanted HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
TAKE HER SHE'S MINE I Post to DobbsCharles sent a telegram to President.olrisoriMon4ay 21S 17J-3777.W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507 $250 DOWN

asking his helpin ROUTE man wanted. Good physical 2 BR frame house located on
COLOR I d condition 21 to 35. Married; NW 12th Terr. Si5 per month.
W. Dobbs, program blocking the deal. must be bondable. High school 22 Special Service
SlmmoOS'r811 education preferred. Apply 204 NEW 3 BR 1 BAT'J U" -"
director Gainesville's Under the the
at Boys'Club national
STARTS FRIDAYBob proposal, SW 5th St.DELIVERY. "LIKE NEW" That's what you'll S500 down. S65 month located en

Hop. L, has been named to the Bulk Carriers Corp. would be man. Must be respon say AIR-WAY about DRY clothes CLEANERS.cleaned at 2 SE 45th Terr. f

I'National Guidance Committee of allowed to set up a citrus concentrate sible. High school E3.: Driver's fir. service; free pickup and Call FR 2-2372 or FR 3-5931
,
llcwve AIR-WAY costs less
"A GLOBAL AFFAIR" the Boys' Clubs of America. plant in the Virgin Is- Ice, advancement.neceary. In Opportunity sales It _202 deliveryi S.6. 14th St. Fit S-5145.

Plus: "The Long Hot Summer" He'll serve for three years. lands for processing fruit grownin service. 40 hrs. week. Good pay. S TALK
Reply Box 3&S-A. Gainesville Sun. 27 Feed &' Fertilizer
His duties will include helpingto Panama. The concentrate ABOUT
WANTED young experienced' repair -
Thru plan and develop national would be shipped duty free into 4LINES, and salesman In the field DAIRY FERTILIZER il.OO per !
of audio aV record play back: Phone 376- LOCATION
TAT programs, work on research and the United States. equipment. Call 3721235. yard. SI.25 per. bag.
555S. You won't find e better location
Wednesday study projects, planning of national The Florida citrus industry objected WANTED at once experienced TV than this pre-owned rambler.

club conventions and stimulating that the fruit from Pan- and Poryfjraph repair man.Salary 28 Livestock *' Supplies Your children can play In the
open. Reply to Box 373-A large established yard or near-
ACADEMY DON'T MISS IT!'I the exchange or pro- ama, a foreign country, would Gainesville Sun. by at the Metcafe! or Howard
I FOR SALE. 3 year old Guernseymilk Bishop school: playground. 3-
5 AWARDS LAST 2 DAYS! grams and ideas. have a tax advantage over fruit MOVING VAN DRIVERS and help. cow nice bull calf. Fresh bedrooms all featuring built....
ers local work experience In ened March llth S225. 2 year wardrobes. 2-fulty tiled tub baths.
Dobbs will be working with in the United States.
Nominations grown moving desired but not necessary. old Jersey heifer lit calf, SlfO. parquet floors thruout. separate
Elffiri 600,000 boys who belong to 600 Kelly said that Florida citrus Must have good referenceson freshened Feb. 1st. FR 2-ee4A dining area S1SXXXJ* $S5O down

III 10 past work. Apply In own handwriting 6-3826. _____ Includes closing cost. FHA.
clubs in 400 communities farmers might eventually lose to P. O. Box 636. Gainesville HUGH
Fle.DISHWASHER EXCELLENT registered Yorkshire
Show* Daily throughout_ U.S. $20 million a year. boars 5 months old. Phone FR
EDWARDSINC.
wanted apply to 6-5345
3 2:45 6:00 DAYS person. Wonderhouse Restaurant
14 S.W. 1st Street. Behind 30 PETS & SUPPLIES

9:00 NE 16th Ave. ft 15th St.

STARTS RENT -A- TV Sears.ROUTE SALESMAN CHIHUAHUA beautiful Easter puppies,gifts.AKC reg.select] FR 2.1551

THURSDAY! Sealtest foods division has opening yours earty. Mrs. Ballentine FOR SALE BY OWNER NW
for an aggressive 3 BR 2 bath. CCB.
( young aoo E. Univ. Avo.CHIHUAHUA Section
JOHN ONLYa man between 24 and 35 yearsof central heat built-in appliances.
HOUSTON TECH TELEVISION C II: FR 2-0433 age. to sell Sealtest Products STUD SERVICE Large utility room dbL carport.
TOM .. 122 'N., '.V 16th Ave. on an established route. The NEEDED WIFHIN 10 paved street. en' sewer. Small
Is payment. FR 6-4774 after 6
man we are seeking hardy down
TRYON DAYS.Call .
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has lived In the GainesvilleArea p.m.
376-02f 1 am. to S p.m.
for the past 12 months and
4 aTra ____... has a stable employment record.If and endS.372-5121 after 6 p.m. ..S week NO DOWN. Central PAYMENT heat. central 3 BR. air 2bait.

you meet these qualifications, cond. Northwest. 119,000. Call
apply In person to Mr. Schafter GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC reg' 376-2927.
Sealtest Foods. 204 S.W. 5th btered. Pedigreed X-ray ,..rems.' .
St. Gainesville, between II AJM. Guaranteed. FR 6-2380. 3 BEDROOM block house for sale.
COMPLETE SHOP flatcharge and 2:30 pjn. Wednesday. Mardi 2 Baths. Would like S50Q equtty
QUALITY special lith and Thursday Marc Itth. FOR sale. purebred Pointer trfrd and take up payments. Call FR
service for noncommercial dog IIUP Ia. Call FR 63300.

Floor Planning, Engineering ', Shop Service users only. BUYER 64730.NEW HOMES

Inter. Design & Decor. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Priced from S12.700 to ",.eaa
NO MONEY DOWN VA
MEN'S AND' BOYS WEAR
FORBAR'S Tech TV Dial pay only $100 closing
Shop Best terms FHA
North Central Florida Department For TOP QUALITYWORKMANSHIP
.. I4MAGNAYOX Free lifetime Swim Club Membership -
COCKTAIL LOUNGES stare has opening for eaperlenced Call
Men's and Boy's Wear
I 376-4672 Buyer. Salary $400 to $609 per 372-6142 HUGH EDWARDS,
Restaurants and Package StoresWe month plus Bonus. Apply fei
i' person or writing. giving complete INC.
Will Work With Your Architect! resume to Wilson Departnent .- GAINESVILLE N.E. 16th Ave.& 15th Street'S
Store Inc. GalnesvtBeu
Generous Financing Direct ,line to UPHOLSTERY 372-1551

BARSCO, STEREO TELEVISION COLOR TV MARRIED man age 2545 for combination 1508 N.W., 13th ,St. BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde. I
SUPF.LY CO. Want Ad-Visors >> Insurance debit. Experience Cfcet Paull...., Owner BR. CCB house. tile bath faMe
122 helpful but not essentIaLS lly room. Call 3734001 after
N.W. 16th Awe. Phone FR 1-O'3
C. R. MOBLEY Call 372-7167 for interview. FEtE ESTIMATES 3:30 P.M.

702 West Bay St. Jacksonville SALESMAN wanted: .Attractive PICK-UP, and CLOSE to schools. 3 Br. 1W bath.
proposition to Insurance salesman DELIVERY carpeting many extras In this
Ph. EL 4-4448 & EL 3-1396 Jax ------ '-- er real estate salesman. r&home. HWOO. 71* M.W. 19r.
Call 3744507 for appointment.



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nHllnmffluH- '35 Houses for SoleNO 35 House for Solo 40 B.... Properties I

Printed Pattern Shadow Lawn Estates

;INDEX $77.14 MONTHLY. VA loan. Lovely OFFICE or store Ndg. at 534 N. NEW CONCEPTIN I NO DOWN Castom-baOt homes that look ,
Main St. Formerly occupied by custom-built. If
tired
qualifyIng. FHA financing. 4 3 BR home with Fla. rm.. you are
BR. 2 baths. low down pay- Associates Discount. Call 372-747 PAYMENTNew of homes with that subdivision
patio & carport. Located .in, NE
372-4045.. OFFICE RENTALS
ment. 3009 NE 12th St. 372-4590. sect. By owner 372-2341. look. see
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE. 1. Are present management F. D. Oli..,. Bldr.
1 .. MemorUca 3 LG. BR. 2 bath. panelled LR. BY OWNER. Hibiscus Park Fin- SHOPPING CENTER SITE. 12 too 3 BR 2 full tile baths. Pk. FB -C864
J Card .1 Tbaaka el ...... to B.. fireplace attached garage HW ley School Area 3 Bedroom. finIshed ACRES 1400 ft. paved. An Investors 2.expenses Is high Fla. Rm. Central heat. $115 West NW
your present space too .11 SStfc An. past
s S Machinery Taate lot. dream at $40000. Terms month.
I Lt A Fauul floors. On Ig. fenced corner upstairs. Fireplace. Phone small? per the Glee Springs tatersc*-
tool
4 8crriaa SSBnUdmf Materials Foster. $14500 Arch Campbell Realtor.
Personalised NW Stephen
near FR 2-om.
3. Are secretarial 372-9569 tUrn. See left.
54 Phone 374-5707 ANYTIME. your services sign e*
Heueheld
GoedaCS
Travel Iaf.rmatl.at $450 d.p. FR 2-8J51.
e Social Netieea' Antl.vca .4 Bedrooms. 2 baths central heat. Inadequate?
7 rierUta 55 Mlac. Por Sale NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 located In NE section. Also nave 250, FEET This new concept will bring
and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB added profits to your present
67 TradiB PoctaSS pool privileges. 374-1(35.
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Bahy Sitters. CtUd Car *
Articles WantodS home. City water lights and J1 904422O Fronting on N.W. 13th Street beginning business. Our new modem facilities
t Places G And
Te ANGLEWOOD by 3 BR 2 'at N.W. 14th Ave. will
Shown owner
Pn.1 Ofl sewers. by appointment. Ready provide secretarial
Wooda7S E. "CURLY"KUEHN
Things Ta Bee Baata Marine Phone FR 2-3824. bath. Price $17,800. $800 down. for developing. A real buy. Call service phone service. central HOMESBuilt C.
EquIp.AUTOMOTWE Call 3722727. :372-4351 for details.University heat and air conditioning and
71 Camp >But. PtsIS FOR SALE Woodland Terrace red to your plans and sped. JR.
Office .mipmosit wood > 3 BR. 1 bath. new wall Realty morel Rentals from $55 per fications. Bunt anywhere In ,
SalesBentalaT7
;$ I
Atrplaae '7> Maiteal Mertkandlsa month Up. Call Les Jackson Alachua County.TOMMY Homes. Lots. Income. Business
to wall carpet. stove & I
Mobile BVBCS fa* Sale refrigerator PARRISH 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 FR ""1. or see at 2910 NW and ,Lake Property.
ft Tracks for Sale shaded lot. landscaped b 13th St. RIDGELL Farms and Acreage.
71 Tracks Waatc4M patio Small down payment. as- : FOR SALE OR LEASE 16 ACRES. -
Tractars *Track Xeatala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. sume 15 yr. mortgage. Total with | acres zoned business 500 BUILDERS II E. C CURLYKUEHN.. Jr.
MAIN
638 N. ST.
$11900. 52$ NW 34th Terr. Ph. PRESENTS ft. hwy. frontage 3 bedroom
f3 Trailer Bcntats -
i iSS t4 Call FR 2-4125
FR 1-2032 Broker FR 64544
Motorcycles BeaatanM SS Lota for Solo 372-4040 after 6 P.M. and weekends furnished house. INTERESTED?

A.......... aepaJn 54 WaicrtrOBt Proyortr or 3744400 daily. 9' Call 2-4957. WATCH FOR
U Haase* Per .Sato ; IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
U AoUmaallcs far fala
M Swap CanEDUCATIONAL 55 CoU.,.. Par Sato. FIRST TIMEADVERTISED WESTWOOO AREA Outstanding 42 Farms fir Acreage I
>Zeal Estate Kxehaage contemporary 4 bedroom
31 Real Estate Wanted home. Carpeted living room modem Cooperative apartments tobe
S* Oat at Tawm kitchen. Solar designed for FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE built In Gainesville. For
IS Schools lastraettMU 4..B......., Propcrtiea Property S ly BR reconditioned.pre-owned home.Fla. complete,/ summer and winter comfort. Central RURAL PROPERTIES Information call FR 6-2921 BUTLER BROS.
Made. DaaetBffit rrru refinished or write:
41 Residential Income 9 heating and air conditioning
Wanted-Instreetle* r. parque floors. Ideal lo of course. ROBERTS C SMITH REALTOR P. O. Box 13956
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rsrosgo cation. An excellent value at U.S.. Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy Fla.Ph. .
EMPLOYMENT 41 Colored Property $13.700. FHA. $550 down Includes 466-3120 Gainesville Fla. 1964 Paradeof
LITTLEWOOD AREA -
: Modern
closing costs.
17 Work Wanted Mala RENTALS 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry homeIn 220 ACRES. 16 miles from Gaines University Park
1< w. Wanted PemalaIt tip top condition. Priced under ville.. 3 lakes fenced at corner
HUGH
Sales Help Wanted 44 Cottages Far Kent EDWARDS, INC. $15,000. Immediate possession, of two paved roads. Approx. 60 Apts.
IS Help-Mala or Female 45 Famished Apt*. NE 14th Ave. & 15th St. 372-3294. too. acres Bahia. Limestone base. Home Values

1* Mala Help Wanted 4S Cnfarnlsned Apia. GLADYS / $40,000. Terms available, writ

Dramatic 47 Bowses for Bent Pnrn.4S 5ir -.: FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom 2V* owner. Margaret Miller. 1001
11 Pemala Help Wanted B..... for Bent- Unf am. SMITH bath masonry home on nIce. Highland Ave. Largo. Fla.

FARMS & LIVESTOCK 50 41 fuel Booms Booms far Bent The Azalea Trail that Is :' % quiet conditioning dead-end units.street.Very Two modem aIr 40 ACRES suitable for cattle 1 McCOY'SSPECIAL II 3 & 4 Bedrooms

ZS Perm Ei.l.ment 51 M.... Bcatala81A Gainesville right now. 1m t our kitchen.. ml. West Hawthorne. $100 per I
n Peed PertilixcrZS Wanted Ta Bent City a lovely sight? And doesn't acre. Terms Call anytime.
Livestock: BappOeatJ S3 Boarders Wanted It make you feel like a new FINLEY AREA Lovely 3 bed ERNEST TEW REALTY ; Palm View Estates

LandscapIng Top San U Office Desk Space home? Let us show you our Impressive room 2 bath. centrally heated _2910 N.W. 13th St. FR 4-4461
10 Pets Supplies 84 Bnmesa Rentals selection of the finest and air conditioned home on one SMALL OFFICE BLDG.
U Livestock WantedFINANCIAL this. City has to offer. of the nicest lots In Florida RETREAT FROM THE HEAT [For sale alz 24x32. Has to Fernwood ManorWestmorland
To living In Los Tranco
country
Park. |be moved from present toeatioa.
SERVICE -
One. Is a quality home In Northwest Woods. 2.4 Acres for only $365 | Can be used as small

U Business Opportunities n Special Services complete with living room. NEW WESTSIDE resIdentIal down. Paved road frontage some. Price $4250.00 Call Gerald Estates
87 Honor U Loan II Hama ImproTemtata separate dining room. Florida subdivision soon opening. Acre school busses. utilities. Drive or V. Q. :McCoy. FR
58 Mortgages 24 RadIo TV Service sun-room large bedrooms, tile lots, paved streets outside city west on Newberry Rd* turn rIght 1-33SL Office corner N. Main
M Money Wanted 25 Appliance Parnltara baths. Air-conditioning and central limits. May we tell you more SR 241, Watch for the sign on LEd 23rd Blvd. FHA Minimum Down
heat. FHA terms available. about this restricted area. right. I-
Phone 372-5393 to see this one. "Selling Florida Since 1904wRalph

RANCHETTE homesltes too. Approximately Realtor VA Nothing DownAsk
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35 Houses for Solo 35 House for Solo Another Is on a secluded acre 10 acres each. Located FOSSEY
11 W. Ave. Ph. 376-135
University
I of land and has a most unique on Newberry Road. 'Just

NEW 3 bedroom CCB. 11.5.1 and location.charming Four home.bedrooms.Northwest Cal try ini $500 down. 5 years on balance. \_Member 108 Multiple ACRES Listing Norwood I about our paint your own home for

$450 down US month. I ExceptionalBEFORE 372-5393 for an appointment. down payment.
3.71 acre tobacco allotment Hope"H"
Day 495-2441 Night FR 6-4311. M. M.
YOU BUY you MUST Another one. Is the ultimate In paved road old house In questionable -
J BR. 2 bath. beautiful blond Dress this smart with condition near Santa Inc.
SEE this Immaculate 3 bedroom gracious living. Ideal location, up step-In!
hardwood floors. Obi. carport home located In a very desirableNE beautiful grounds. Four bedrooms the button-on cape, or wear It Fe and LaCrosse. Price $16,750. i Drive west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model

fenced back yard. Lovely Idyl- residential neighborhood.Front PLUS. This home has everything. plain and equally perfect. Fashion PARRISHAND 29 per cent Down and 10 years We Trade Homesor Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.
wild area. Down payment $1400. screened porch oak floors, Make an appointment to see by I note: see how collar curves away at 4 per cent Int. Ph. FR 4-2472- Property
Good financIng. overall price attached garage beautiful shrubbery calling 372-5393. from neck. Warner W. Weseman-Realtor-111
S1X500.: US per mo. 5.25 per cent trees and corner lot make Printed Pattern 9044: MIsses' ASSOCIATES INC N. Main St.

Mortgage. 3821 SW 20th St. this well kept property a REAL GLADYS SMITH, Realtor Sizes 12, 14, u, 18. 20. Size 16 MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. 3-MODERN houses on 39 acres of mm.lhe .

FR 23001. BUY at $10,000. ONLY :3 per cent Multiple Listing requires 3 yards 45-Inch fabric.thIrtyfive Carolyn. Wayne GardenhIre Hill Helen Mary Graham Parrlsh land. Young pine timbers. Land I BUTLER BROS. Builders

DOWN plus closing costs. CALLUS Associates: suitable for strawberries. Located following' ere ready for
cents 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375
In coins for this
NOWI Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon 7 mU from Starke on SR j occupancy. ,
FORDYCEWROUGHT pattern-add 15 cents for each !
Florence Burns Caroline Noyes pat- 225. Call Jack Carter Lake Butler
$200 DOWN bedroom masonry 1228 W. University 372-5393 tern special for first-class mailing and YOUNGAMERICA HY 63511. I 3707 NW 21st PI. MATT MEADEN, Sales Manager
handling. Send to Marian
home with oak floors, tile bath. 4
--- BR bath, $800 dn. $107
carport, fenced backyard and BEAUTIFULLY kept home :3 BR. Martin, Gainesville Sun Pattern i M.2
paved street. ONLY $11.400. No Convenient to school & shopping Dept. 232 West 18th St., New York FORDYCE per Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9043
Iron and I whit tenet frames QUALIFYING NECESSARYI Oak parquet floors like new. 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME
this lovely home. Over 2.200 sq. Lots of closet space. Air-condi ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and 1021 NW 40th Dr.
ft. provides a gracious 4 bed- Excellent new listing for those tioned; dishwasher; nice yard. STYLE NUMBER. HOMESPRESENTS 40 acre tract beautifully wooded 3 BR iVi bath, $400) dn. $99.50 I
room home with space to growIn. Interested In INCOME PRO- $800 down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. southwest of town only $165.00 per me.
Air conditioned and centrally PERTY. Three bedroom. one FR 25943.SPACIOUS YOUR FREE PATTERN IS an acre. A beautiful ranch with
heated. Call today as It has bath house ,with attached two READY choose it from 250 design magnlflcant pastures water tobacco 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI.
lust been listed. $27400. FOR. bedroom one bath apartment.Both HOMES with spacious Ideas In new SPRINGSUMMER NEW BRICK peanut allotments and 4518 & 4608 SE2nd PI.
DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. furnished. grounds. We have several listedat Pattern Catalog lust out timber. at $165.00 an acre. a
Call us for Information 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $68
376-1236. on this fine pro- to the present time-from $45,000 Dresses sportswear coats morel MODELSOPEN real buy on today's market. Also per mOo ck
$45,000. Send SOc now. other listings available from

NEW LISTING KITTIE FEIBER 10 a.m. Til Dark $75.00 en up. Tell us what. you
Nestled In tall .trees Is this perty.JOHN Wilbur Bishop Realtor e-5081 FEATURES : want and we'll get It.FORDYCE. ii 303 & 313 SE 38th St.3O4&314SE39thSt. I 8

lovely air conditioned 3 bedroom. nights & weekends 4-7108 35 Houses for Sale & 5
Fireplaces 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn. $64 32
2 bath home. Charming living EXTRA Ig. house 4 BR 2 baths. Screened porches per mOo (
room with fireplace delightful MERRILLRealtor near grade & high school bus Custom kitchen cabinets ASSOCIATES, I I
Florida room. large dining room 113 NW 25th St. Near
line 1810 NW 4th St. Can be campus. 3 Oversized bathrooms ....
and built-in kitchen. Call FOR zoned for business. Price $10,500. BR. den central heat. $450 Plus many other custom INC. [ _

DYCE 1. ASSOCIATES. INC. Call FR 6-5472 for appt. Lot down, $80 mOo to FHA qualified features m West University Avenue i The following are under con- B

3761234. MULTIPLE LISTING size 75 x $4 x 150 Buyer. 372-7167. VA & FHA 374-U34 32' structlon and will be reedy 51
PHONE 372-1.,. i for occupancy soon.
BLACK .ACRES, p i ASSOCIATES- FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2 FOR SALE 23 acres on Hwy. 441
Your Good Luck
A very low down payment wilt, .MARCELLA'PARDI home located In Westmorelane bath. Ig. Fla. Rm. tg. utility TERMSWalking In East Alachua. Phone 442-1473. i 3225 NW 29th Ave. Starts
buy this pretty home. Three W. H. BUCKHANNAN Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt area. Separate living Rm. dining Call after 6 P.M. No Sunday 4 BR 2 bath. $850 dn.
large bedrooms. two baths. separate 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family and kitchen. Wail to wall carpet calls please. 11121
Florida IF you plan to build and would Rm. & living Rm., dining area. In living room. Glass sliding distance to elementary perme.
dining room. When You Visit A
room. large living room and like e custom built home by ex Central heat. built-in kitchen In- door leading to large 16' by 24' & Jr. High Schools Shopping & 43 Colored Property 3224 NW 29th Ave.
most attractively arranged floor perienced builders that have cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards patio. Fenced In bade yard. carport I
walk to schools close to Churches.YOUNG 32 1 BR 2 bath $750 dn. $102
plan. 21800. Contact FORDYCE the time to discuss plans with and storage area. 1325 NE
U of F & medical center FHA HOMES FOR SALE: per mo .
12th
you. call 372-2527 ask for Gene Terr. $19,500.
fc ASSOCIATES INC.. 374-123 RealtorJ.
Paramore. We have availableour $22,700. Down payment 1700. 2*.. 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & Multiple Listing
ao plans to choose from. Immediate occupancy. Drive by NO DREAM-We can't sleep at SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. .. '
DOGWOODblooming Complete financing cjn be explained 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler night for thinking of this place.- AMERICA ment. Some small down pay
Is one of the many to you right In youfssn Brothers. 372-9545 daily 374-9048 Gold fish. Camellias Azaleas ment. Monthly payment $57 to I FOR RENT 11-1
features you will find In this attractive home. For appointment call. night. Banana Shrubs In front yard. $45. Also homes built en your
3 bedroom. 2 bath home. THE JAMES ,CO. Beautiful oaks orange trees carport HOMESNW lot for no down payment. 124 SE 7th St.38RlBath. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew Realty

An air of comfort Is added In Of Gainesville Inc. An Acre of two car garage stables Builder Call TOMMY Phone RIDGELL FR 2-4125 McKinney-Green-Deaton University Realty
the living room by a cozy fire Builders of Klngsberry HomesPh. large living room with fireplace 34th & 7th Avenue Ei John Merrill Agency Alachua! Assoc.
Realty
place. And a large Florida room 372-2527. nltes 372-7401. SpringtimeYOU dining room walk In pantry. Phone 3727070HOUSE !3 1 Year Loose $100 per Mo. Tom Dobson
44 for Rent Agency Arnold Realty
In which to spend your leisure I Nearly 2,000 sq. ft. of living Cottages
hours. Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES HOUSES FOR SALE: :3-BR 2- MUST SEE this beautiful space. 14 minutes. from Gaines- 1- LmenselHM5PmijjALL I Wilbur Bishop Realtor Dan Byrd Agency
INC. 374-1234. Bath. central heat with fire custom built. trMevel home. ville. Price-Low. FOR SALE BY OWNER. BEDROOM kitchen & utilities M. M. Parrish & Associates Arch Campbell. Realtor
place. NW 47th Terrace. Price Large living room. dining room 3 bedrooms 2 baths NW section furnished. $40 a month. Apply OUR HOMES ARE Fordyce Associates Red Franks. Real Estate
call after 5:30
for
$15.900. screen porch overlooking beautiful IT'S VACANT-Phone FR 2-2511 pjn. appoint at City Service station. Highway en OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
FORDYCEAssociatesl CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR view of creek. family room. to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath ment. 3741734WESTWOOD 441-aouth across prairie. SEEING ANYTIME IF 32 Warner Weseman Ralph Fossey
1-bath SE 44th Terr. $9,500. recreation room. over 3000 sq. ft. home on large corner lot In LITTLEWOOD 51 YOU WILL JUST CALL. Gladys Smith Realty
Payments SAt per mo. living area. Central Heat and FURNISHED 3 rooms & bath. 3 32 1123 S.E. 4th
beautiful residential area closeto Walking distance to schools. :3 STREET
e
2-BR$45 per l-bath mo.And .SE 44th Terr. $4400. many other extras.University. schools and shopping. This BR. 2 baths home In Skyline miles couple from courthouse.or single For person.married FR 4-5301 or FR 6-7999 Gainesville Multiple Listing Realtors
home Heights. Study hardwood floors
has large Florida
also trade-In Houses. room
some $55 month. Inquire 31 N.
built-in & Cent. per t- -
Call FR 4-744. Area extra large kitchen with built-in range oven.
Main or call FR 34404. --
heat. Shaded back Call
range and oven 2 car carportand yard. ---
OVER IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Owner other desirable fea 372-5774.
MOO Ft. plus carport and many
Inc. porch. 3 BR. and study.' 1-Y moved and Is anxious for tures. Priced at $22,000 with good 45 Furnished Apt
2 BR. CCB 110 x 130 ft. lot nice
to buy this 4 bedroom. 2
bam attic fan. built In drawers. you financing available.
MULTIPLE LISTINGMrs. vanity and storage galore ao.X140. bath family room central heat. neighborhood. Will take anything SPACIOUS down stairs 2 beoroom

Grace Fordyce Broker Convenient to Metcalf and large storage room. FHA Dial FR 2-2511 to see this 3 of ments.value Ph.for. 374-4847 equity assume pay furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd
Mrs. Mary Moeller BrokerMr. Bishop Parochial Schools. sao financing available. bedroom. 2 bath home In desirable for Information. 372-0341 St. $70 month. Phone FR *-
E. W. Moeller AssociateMr. Moo VJk. 4% percent. FR 4-2775. N.E. location en extra largelot. 5270. If Your ..
Th
Harvey Benton. Associate HISTORIC WINDSOR. Included are built-in range 4 BEDROOMS 2 baths with Central -

924 West University Avenue LIKE THEWEATHER Parcels of 3 to 29 acres and oven dishwasher disposal heating and air condition- EAST SIDE ("
374-1234 with and 2 room air conditioner. FHA Ing. At .4123 N.W. 15th St. Phone
$200 to $400 per acre financed and ready to go. FR 4-7829. GARDENAPARTMENTS ,
? attractive terms. ; Family IsGrowing :

FREDARNOLD You'll be comfortable In DAN BYRD 4 BR 2 baths CCB home. FHA
any
weather In this new 2bedroom.2baths ALACHUAREALTY ASSOCIATES Ter.$91.27 Will per paint mo. Inside 1806 &NW outside 38th $57 per month up ;
fully air conditioned ,
Hugh Edwards home. Built In INC. completely. For appointment to Gainesville's Finest )

kitchen Includes General Electric Jack DeYot Broker see call 372-0481. Furnished or unfurnished d4 .

oven and range and refrigerator. Associates: NEW Cement block home completely Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
Large laundry room. VA.. FHAor ASSOCIATES Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway furnished On Lake Swan ment. :30' NE tIh St. Phone 374-.
REALTORECONOMY ConventionaL Christine Stone 25 miles from Gainesville. 9408
HUGH MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING FR 2-2511 125 N.W. 13th Street Low down payment. Easy monthly I E-X-P-A-N-D
Arle T. Smith. Broker Member Multiple Listing terms. For more informationcall FURNISHED 3 bedroom bam.
Mabel L. Gore Associate Water furnished large yard. For
372-428 after 5
EDWARDSINC.
415 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-244 pjn. working couple. N.W. 31st Ave.
J. W. and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th

1 bedrooms 1 bath concrete 37 Real Estate ExchangedFOR Terrace. Call FR 44817.BEDROOM 'J : : to anH.C.M.
block home with large screened NE 16th Ave. and 15th St. McKinneyGreen furnished
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porch. Northwest location. $1,000 FR 2-1551 KirkpatrickAIRCONDITIONED I garage ,
apartment 405 NW 10th St.
down and $45 per month. Full sale or trade for farm or '
price 55.000.HARDTO for the summer acreage small house of 2 Br. Phone FR 45924.BEDROOM .
weather that Is on the a bath with green aluminum aid- Home!
INSPECTNOW I 1. air conditioned
way. Entry hall lovely large Ings like new. Near N.W. 3fth furnished apartment. New .
FIND living room dining room famIly Ave. .. 19th St. If Interested Apartment 111. 1214 S.W. 2nd

Spilt level with only $450 down room with tile floor three call FR 2-3251 After t pm.BR Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115.
DeatonREALTORS bedrooms
two
tiled
end $93J2 baths sky 1 block from Occupancy
a month Includes campus.
payment. ,
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lighted kitchen. Reasonably 3 2 bath built-in kitchen. In
dishwasher and disposal. 3459 NW 16TH AVE.A priced located In popular need of home In Gainesville.Will by February 25.
Three bedrooms and two baths brand NEW 4 BR. 2 bath Anglewood. and for consider equal trade or WANTED 1 girt $10 per week. or
ready Our three and four-bedroom homes
and an easy walk to school. home. Every feature to delightthe are designed for growing
I Income PropertyIf your occupancy.LITTLEWOODWestwood. something smaller. Call 422-3322 2 girls $15 per week to share
entire family. Pretty built-in evenings 4V weekends. 620 FisherDr. 2 Br. home with young divorcee. families! Plenty of closet and
and
QUALITYbedroom elec. kit. Intercom system. double you are looking for a property I area. .. Ocala. Can 45-2735 after S p-m. Mon. storage space our spacious
carport. family room. one half with an Income. let us show you Four bedrooms. two baths living thru FrL or anytime week-ends. lots
> 2 bath masonry acre lot. Yard sprigged and this nice 2 story duplex Fully room family room landscaped provide plenty of room for outdoor activities.

home with screened porch and landscaped. More for your money furnished $175.00 per month In quet floors. Priced It $15.250.00 par 38 Real Estate Wanted EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. The resident-restricted Swim Club and
terrace. Excellent Good condition for cooking Community Center will
neighborhood. at $25,000. come. and location. FHA evaluation with $14,750.00 AH utll. except gas
Large built-in kitchen central 4147 NW 36TH ST. Paved streets The price a heating furn. $40 mo. McKln-
loan WANTED
possible for 30 years. RIGHT NOWMy be a hit with the entire family too. (Membership is free with
heat. Situated attractive Is reasonable.
on landscaped Just outside City. Shaded lot You should Investigate client needs up to 200 acres Boy Green, Inc. FR 2-3417.

119,OOQ. lot on paved street. 100 x 264 fenced. :3 BR. 2 bath. FR 2.3417.Large .before you buy. Call FOUR BEDROOMS, two baths good cattle land In this generalarea. FUN LOVING -BACHELOR wants purchase of an H. C. M. home) Inspect our models now-
Den or 4th BR. Cent. heat. G0r-
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in
are this modern Libby Heights Must be reasonable. Will to share apt. with same. Air
geous. kitchen. Priced to sell HomeFour home with a large separate pay cash. Write Bart Pitcher I; conditioned. Call John FR 2-6< ELEGANCE quick at $19.750. dining room. The delightful Broker. 422 W. Otrysta Drive
Evening-FR J-8-CJ days.
407 NW 19TH AVE. B.R. 2 baths Living living room with sliding glass Sanford. FHA approved.
Watt to wall carpeting In large Designed by an Architect. :3 BR. Room Separate dining room doors leads out to a lovely
living and dining rooms. Efficient 2 bath Ocala block home. Pretty Kitchen 2 car enclosed garage- patio setting of shade trees. WAt'-ITTO BUY
kitchen with stainless, steel sinks. shaded lot. Florida room. Large COrner lot Close to Univ. call shrubs and flower beds. ,Amenities MCCOY'SMa
dishwasher. built-in range and LR with fireplace. Cent. heat. FR 23417.Schools. Include central heat 2 or 3 bedroom home wtth

.even. Beautiful wooded lot. Under Patio laundry room & den. $17. Schools and a modern kitchen with family room and 2 baths. Kitchen oma Homes,
$40,000. 500. Good financing can be ar dishwasher and dIsposaL must be equipped. Central
ranged.UNIVERSITY. What en Important matter this This Is all yours In the heat preferred. Must be priced Inc. HIGHLAND COURT
Is to be close to them. The $75X100.00 price range. right with reasonable down pay for Sale, verr attractive 2oedroom.
ARNOLDREALTY problem Is served for your family ment. Write to BOX: 345-A, 1-toatk home 4417K. MANOR-
with this 4 B.R 3 bath home J. W. Gainesville Sun. Ualvenlty Ayes walking ,

In the UrHewood Westwood dtataae* to Lake Forest .
COMPANY KIRKPATRICKREALTOR
REALTY school area Call FR 2-3417. 39 Out of Town Property Seboola. Prie flLSOO. SSOO .
Multiple Listing Member
meutt. N.E. 23rd Blvd. &
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dow aad $78.50 per Terrace
1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 111S N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. ASSOCIATESJ.
Member of Multiple Listing Can Gerald ar V. Q. McCoy
Associates: Pete Slog M. MuMroe. Broker Fred Guy Virginia Power 31 N. Main Phone 375-8404 4 ACRE wooded lot 20* fr. ft. on Jr. Day TO. 4-7290. BUhta JTRMOli. Builders and Developers 372-3471
Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason Assoc: S. E. McLaughlla. Frank CoL J. W. Davis H. J Wiltshire ASSOCIATES .A1A.3SmI. N. of Daytona Otaee. comer N. Mala
Jim Sheppard F. W. HodgeCharlie Roby. Roy McCam T. c. Doug- Jayne Butterworth Floye Mathiasen Irene Sunned Beach near Martneiand. Call

Mayo Bob Kalkman las Jr. Multiple. Listing i iXXJ Capt. A. W. Reeca, USN Ret. 372-2343 after 5 P-M.

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45 Furnished Apt*. 49 Rooms Fc-Ss ._- __ r6 Misc. For Sole 73 Musical Merchandise I 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE =



DUPLEX. clean. modem 2 Br. ROOM$10 a for week.rent.See private before entrance.1 p.m. 30" KENMORE electric range, 2 ORGAN SALEOf CHEVY H, 1964 Station Wagon CMC -

private yard 2060 N.W. 34th Ave. 1015 NE 10th Ave. yrs. old Like new. $85. Call Christmas Left overs. All $200 down. take over payments NEW 1964 ll
I $82 mo. Phone evenings 376- 6-1045. new organs. Savings up to 30 of $87.30 per month. Call FR. jENI ,
n83. A COMFORTABLE front room. 3 per cent. Earl's Piano Co. 2-0486.
windows off street parking gentleman TRICYCLE for sale for $3 .. 326 702 W. Univ. Ave., 372-2221 PICKUP TRUCKSsI768 I
DODGE 1956 2-tone blue & white
only. Call FR 6-595X
UPSTAIRS 2 BR furnished apt. SW 12th St. Ph. FJ 6-9631.
t LR.. kit. tilt bath Front & ORGAN used. Hammond spinet 4 dr. R 2. H. A.T. w/w. One

f back entrance. Downtown sec QUIET desirable. In private home. CHILD'S desk. solid oak. 3 draw- with tone cabinet. Bargain I owner. Must see < drive to appreciate. -

tion. Ph. FR 6-3177. Convenient -University and ers. 20 x 46 x 26". Chair $15. I I FR 2-772. MILLER- r
$795. Music
town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. To Gridley 1KV)
i Boy Scout uniform $3. Cub
CHRYSLER. 1955. 4 dr. air conditioning
FURNISHED apt. for rent with Call FR 6-5368 6-2100. Co. FR 2-5353.
scout pants $1. FR 6-7014
low
living room kitchen bedroom I mileage. 1 owner, BROWN.
COMFORTABLE room. close-In. I! deceased. Phone 2-0189. __
Tel
tile bath & air condition.
1030 E. -
Univ.FR
maid service use of phone TRADEINREPOSSESSION .
FR 29569.SUMMER reasonable. 622 NE 2nd St. SALE ReachPeople Automotive FALCON, 1963. $200 and assume 2-3582
I' low payments. Will
special. 1 & 2 Bedroom Phone 376-1423. trade. Call
FR 2-3562 days. LOWDOWN PAYMENT
apartments. well furnished. quiet
2 Atlas portables $72. I
NICELY furnished rooms. convenient
I location. couples only no pets. to town & Univ. Prefer 1 Kenmore Aut. ZZ $37. I I FORD. 1957, 2-door Good running
: SlOO per mo. L J. Moratto C505 businessmen. 8 SW 10th St. 1 New Home Port. $46. condition. $150. 372- C81 for appointment LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS il il'I'
NW 4th St. Phone 2-4 57. Phone FR 6-5981. 1 Etna Aut. ZZ. $90. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale to see. 1806 N.W. I FINE CARS '

: 1 ROOM furnished apt. $54 per 2 Singer Port. $18. 38th Terrace. I FAIR PRICES
ROOMS for men. Weekly maid 1 Singer Consol $48. OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a .
mOo 17 NE 13th St. Phone 2-C374.
service. Linens and refrigerator 1 Neccht Supernova $84. little to save a lot. Below mar FORD 1953. 2 dr. radio & heater, COURTEOUSSALESMEN Tropical Pontiac
I NEW apartment. Available now. furnished. 372-1135. 1 PlaN Port. $62. ReadyTo ket clean. Lake Geneva Trailer stick shift. very clean Inside &
3 BR. 2 bath. .with central A.C. Sales. Rt. 100. SE KeystoneHts. out. Call 376-1944.
SUMMER trimester girl student.
Also 1 Br. with A.C. 315 N.W. $125. Accepted students given New Cabinets optional $19 up. ., Fla. FORD Fatrlane 1956 A dr. Thunderbird S PROMPT I'

I 19th Lane. FR 6-2892._ priority for full year accomoda- 115 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 Special V.... auto. trans. I GMC;Truck. Center

3 ROOM apt. furnished avail. Apr. tions. Phone 376-0737. GRANDFATHER type clocks $30. 40MODELS radio & heater clean. to -con- SERVICE 220, N.W. 8th 'Aet FR 2-3582 III'
dition $495. CaQ 372-0684 or
1. Call after 6 P.M. 376-0902. Misc. furniture electric meat *
-4 51-A Wanted To Rent 376-9119. AH these qualities art
slicer $25. Power mower $15.
SM. apt. suitable for a couple. CHOOSE
Prefer elderly people. No children Doors, nails. 318 SE 2nd St. ON FROM DISPLAY LOWEST TO FORD XL, 1963. A. T. floor Shin standard at:
PRICES. bucket seats. R & H,
or pets. Phone 3764512. S60 power
per mo. 3 or more becs'roomS. 1 or more COSCO crib $20; Taylor-tot high Buy SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. steering. $250 assume balance ofS22OO.

bathroom unfurnished house. Call & youth chair $7 both In excellent TRAILER MARTHwy. Call 4541691. B&GMOTOR
FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week. condition. Phone 3725365.
46 Unfurnished Aprs. days. or all day weekends. 17. Phone 328-1050 MERCURY, 1956. 4 dr. hardtop.

SINGER portable sewing machine OPEN WEEKDAYS loaded with extras for $8 a week. CO.

$35 cash. FR 21557. Mr. Emer. UNTIL 9pm. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors.
FIVE rooms and bath. downtown 54 Business Rentals
area. Water furnished. $60 month. son. Use SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 OLDSe 1958 hard top with radio, Authorized Cadillac

No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 2-1433. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA heater, good tires. Needs some I
ANTIQUE brass telephone Oldsmobile Dealer
piona lamp. -
WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located repair. Price $250. 4404 NW 13th
at 620 S. Main St. Call box, large carved buffet
St. Ph. 376-6927.
47 Houses for Rent Furn. JOHN MERRILL, Realtor. FR mahagony sewing cabinet WYATT- New Can: t

2-1 494. record cabinet solid walnut Person PLYMOUTH, 1952. radio, heater, 115 S.E. lad St.
single bed 2 commodes. Westerns tires.
good good gas mileage.
LAKE
GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom
$125 MO. ddle and bridle. Also odds Neat "as a pin. $195. Call FR FR 6-7515 .
houses. month Mathew-
or year. NEARLY new modem office -or Trailer SalesHome
and ends. FR 6-1283 Treasure 6-6351 evenings. i
son Manor. Call 475-2M1. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. Che&t at Fairbanks. Turn left Used Can:

1 BEDROOM house suitable for Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty,. at Gulf Station. To of PONTIAC, '60. 4-door hardtop, Ventura 2001 N.W. 13th SI-
1113 N. Main St. Pacemaker Mobile Homes Vista Low mileage. Very
couples or 1 person only. $50
Shasta and Airstream clean. 1 careful owner. Price
S month. Hawthorne Rd. FR SPRING CLEARANCE
OFFICE space for rent. Univ.
Travel TrillersOcala'i $1250. FR 6-2843.
2-4762. Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c 25-Used vacuum cleaners floor First Mobile Home -

per sq. foot. John Merrill Real- polishers. In good condition. $15 PersonWant Dealer Since 1948 PONTIAC, 1955, two tone paint
3 BEDROOM furnished suburban
tors. 37 .1494. up. Kirby Sales & Service. FR 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. loaded with extras for $8 a
home. Plenty of room close to 6-7110 after 5. FR 6-1117. 713 Phone 6291358Ocala week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & HMotors. 1964 fiAT 600-D
school. Available April 1st. $120
56 Business Opportunities N. Main St. Fla. -
per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J.

Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna AIR conditioned. So x 10' Mobile RAMBLER Classic 1962 perfect 67515&l I 2DR. SEDAN
HAVE 2 PRIME BUSINESSES. A Double stack complete. Nothing home. Set up with 20' x 10' awn- condition; 1956 Ford Victoria 2
FURNISHED home 2 BR 1 mile
'top notch Service Station, also else to buy, $15. Brants. ing and 50' TV antenna on shady dr. hardtop. real clean For fur-
past Stengel Field. For further General Store doing fine and 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. lot In Hickory Hill. Readyfor titer information call 372-086
Information call FR 6-1467.
growing daily. ASKI ARCH excellent Florida living. days. After 7 P.M 376-6957. Mr. $1199Exchange
LAKE WINNOTT 1 BR house. CAMPBELL REALTOR. Phone USED Chain Saws $50 up. New $3.250. Call FR 64548. After 5:30. Chaffin Arden Streit Motors.RENAULT
376-5707 ANYTIME 4 hp saws $39.95. We repairall -
Suitable 1 or couple $40 mo.
chain saws & lawn mowers. 57 VICTOR 4Txfi VfP alum. Dauphine 1961. Black
Lights Included. Good water. C Chain saw rentals. McCulloch awning; air conditioner; washer. WSW tires, excellent condition. with
Horwitz. 4 ml. So. of Melrose Merchandise Wisconsin and Brlggs Stratton Ads Excellent cond. 372-7132 or see $495. Phone 372-8869. I any ear

on Rt. 21. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Lot 45 Paradise Trailer Park can drive on the lot.
you
6-3411. SPRITE 1961 excellent mechanIcally
after 5 PJVU Weekdays.NOW .
I ROOM house. separate den. on NO additional Cost:
chassis clean Toneau Features at
bus line. $70 mOo 780 N.E. 23rd 61 Wanted to Buy WROUGHT Iron & glass tables & SHOWING cover, side windows, good top. Bucket seats heater defroster dual electric wlndsMeM

Blvd. chairs 1 yr. old $57. See at 1964 MOBILE HOMES Clean car, reasonable price. Wis- wipers wiadahleU washers sell eaacellln- torn signals undercoaUnr. -

WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture Gatehouse Restaurant eveningsCall 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor ser, FR 6-3211 extension 5629, safety belt anchors leatherette upholstery

48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. stoves. refrigerators 6-5343. Plans. Terms tailored to meet after 5 p.m. & weekends FR bumper guards, (front rear) courtesy lUhts. ashtrays.

clothes radios. TV etc. Call TAPE RECORDER for sale. Re- your budget. Drive a little and 2-6295. the emergency tool kEt.Barkley.
FR 4 save a lot at
23937.
cordio Special by Wilcox-Bay 59 8estI
CONNOLLYMobile STUDEBAKER 1953. Sports Coupe.
UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Motors"SPORTS
fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th WANT to buy U.S. & foreign model. excellent cond $40. Excellent Home Sales Inc. '61 motor. Excellent running con- I
Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372- coins. old & new. Rebel Stamp for parties speeches high 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 dition. Phone FR 2-5123.
& Coin Shop 809 W. Univ. Ave.. school student. Call Gary WIlliams Phone 622-8166
1932. ; Gainesville. Fla. 372-9410. Closed Sundays VOLVO PV 544 1961. good condition I CAR CENTER"

FORDYCE WANT TO BUY camping equip- USED Easy sp'nner-type! wash- Lines 58 GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent $1025, FR clean.372-7255.radio & heater. 2201 N. Main St. FR 2.4373

ment. Phone 376-6736. Ing machine. Very good condi condition. Phone 372-6400 63 RamblerClassic rz-
3 BR. 2 bath. home completely tion. $60 Call 6-5907 after 6 p.m. after 6 PM. BRING out the best In your car. '
redecorated. Available Mar. 15. 4-dr 660, automatic,
Superior Auto painting & body
$150 per month. Call 64 Household Goods NEW DINETTE SET, solid maple FIRST quality mobile home 1962 work. Fast dependable service air conditioned heater, power

FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES drop leaf with glass top. 4 chairs Schult 50 x 10, 2 BR. front free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S steering, like new In and out.

INC. with foam chusions. Vi price. 10 kitchen, excellent condition $3.600. BODY WORKS, 2031 NW 6th St. $2395
T.A-G APPLIANCESTested 376-3520.
$75.
Lot 49 Shady Nook Trailer FR 6-9707.
926 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1236.
and Guaranteed TAKE soil away the Blue Lustre Park 372-3883. To Go With Your Easter Bonnet!
FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath. built-in 42 Refrigerators from $39 up 1957 TR 3, black, good tires mechanically -
kitchen. corner lot. 2 blks. from 9 Ranges from $39 up way from carpets and uphols- 1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. 2 good. New top radio 63 Rambler4dr
Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 17 Washers from S19 up tery. Rent electric shampooer bedroom. air conditioner. 3 x 36' & heater, low priced. FR 6-0525 '
McDanlell Furniture Co. Classic 660' station
NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. Dryers from $49 up $1.Gainesville Shopping Center. Phone 372-3324. after 5 & all weekend. automatic, heater, individual wagon 63 COMET, Villager radio, heater, luggage rack.

Call 372-5738. 2 2 Food-Freezers Dishwashers from from$49$99 up up I LESS THAN WHOLESALE Days PRICESCan LEAVING for the service must reclining seats. Very very low Factory air conditioned . . . . $2195

& 10 TV Sets from $35 sell 1962 Chevy Convertible. $150 mileage. NEWI
NW 2 BR CCB house. stove re- up NEW. used and rebuilt electric
frig. Quiet street near schools JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. I and manual ,adding machines. be misleadingTotal down and take up payments.Call $2495 I radio heater.
avail immed. Ph. 2-0341 or 376- 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 and FR 2-1289. i iI 62 FORD Falrlane 500 2-dr, automatic, ,

4867 after 6 P.M. APT. size gas stove, perfect condition ] standard abies. Check typewriters writers of all types.We port cost of contract delivered FOR SALE 54 Ford, $175. Call FR I Factory air conditioned . . . . $1595

3 BR. 1 bath block house. LocatedIn S3?; 34" Maytag gas buy used equipment' of all $200 setup Is whet you actually pay. 2-2152 Tuesday 11 A.M. to 4 P.M., 62 RAMBLER I
Newberry Fla. $55 month. range $45; DBU chest $12.50; S types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR AVOID Wednesday 11 A.M. to S P.M. air con-
FR 2-1865. drawer chest $9; bunk beds less 2-0963 day or night. Future headaches, get the real Custom 4-dr. Sedan, automatic 61 RAMBLER Classic, radio. heater. factory

mattresses S15; Simmons hide-a PRIVATE owner must sell 1963 radio heater air conditioned ditioned . . . . . . . $1995
2 BR CCB house. stove & ref. bed S22JO oak dinette set $20; BARBIE TYPE doll clothes pric- facts.Brad & Dad Larsen Pontiac BonnevIIIe. 4 dr. hard top power steering. Individual I
Cony to bus & elem. school. 1022 elec fry pan 14; deep fry $4; ed lower than commercial, fully equipped. Excellent condi- reclining seats. A beautl$1695 -
NW 31st Ave. Ph. 372-3341 afterS metal wardrobe $7; sofa bed $27.. others made on request. 372-6512.. Like to work and you benefit. tion. Call 376-2896 after 5:30 or ful carl $695 59 PLYM . $595
P.M.2095E 50. We buy and sell all kinds 1004 NE 5th Ave. 10 top lines of Industries. Pay all week-end. 60 FORD .
ments as low as $57.29 per mo.
48th Street. rent or sell. clothes Free shoes and householdItems. Phone 2 '57 ENG. FORD. one running; See the fabulous 24 wide Mobile 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon, I 59 FORD . $595 59 BUICK $1295
3 BR frame near school. Outside delivery 1-4 hp riding lawn mower 1 Home & Sates. 1 ml. SE of Air conditioned, auto. trans.,
city. Clay Power. 376-2937. 6-0850. Pauline's. 1425 E. Univ. Kenmore washer, 1-2 dr. Ref. Keystone Hts. Rt. 100. Open radio & heater, three seats
I Ave. 150 Ibs. freezer 376574GE evenings & Sun. white side walls 4,000 miles 62 RAMBLERAmerican

3 BR HOUSE. 1 bath living rm. less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash,
REPOSSESSED Furniture 3 rooms 4-dr station wagon.radio
kitchen & hall. Located In Fairbanks stove & refrigerator excellent Mobile Home Sales.
McMURRAY take up payments. Call 372- Crane LincolnMercury"It's
living room dinette & bedroom heater, an extra nice
condition both $125. Phone 372-
on U.S. Rt. 1. Inquire at 8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR. used lake 8171 8 to -372-5738 after 5
17 pieces. Price was $444.75. Nowl buyl
5506.
Steve's Grocery. or house trailers from $1,295. 1 P.M.

3 BEDROOM. 1 bath $125 Mo. $283.00.$28.85 ,down Payments payment.$13.00 monthly AAcDanlell's 27 FACTORY made cabana with office Trailer for rent 301.or sale.964- 1957 CADILLAC, Sedan deVille 4- $1295 Easy to Trad With-Crane. .... Lincoln-Mercury
3 ml. So. of Starke on
Must lease for 1 year. 304 N.W. G'ville .Shopplng Center. factory made folding partition.Call Restaurant. dr. hardtop fully equipped Including -
Oaks
36th Terr. Phone FR 6-384. 20189.SCOTTMAN'S. 0571. Greene factory air cream puff. 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-3531
$725. 372-0481 for appt. to see. 62 FORD
65 Antiques Ice making machine Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices.
3 BR masonry home with gas
good condition. See at 2426 SW SAVE $1000-5000 '60 V.W. convertible New top new
Merrill Late
range $85 per mOo John BANK FINANCINGNEW model FilrUne SM V-I

Realtor 372-1494. ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call 13th St. low down & srru mo. pay tag;$1145.floor Call mats.FR 2-8949 A-l throughout after 4p.m. engine. automatic transmission -

372- 3lO. FOR SALE Homemade teenagedoll ments. power steering radio .:
2 BR. partially furnished house. .
clothes for 11W dolls. Call Town & Country Trailer Sales heater. 22.000 honest mile*.
1220 N.W. 21st. Ave. Call 372- 42" ..". I
WALNUT bookcase. by
FR 2-9738. Rd. FR 2-2290 I Blue MG. Recently
3860 SW Archer MUST sell 1957
1657. 1695 .
two drawer base six shelves. II $ '
overhauled. Radio white top : seIrr uW.iu!
original QlaM. Call 372-9574. THE BEST costs less. Cook for TWO bedroom house trailer $900 good tires. Call Bill Keith, FR
FORDYCE less with Phllgas from Fullgas one bedroom house trailer $750. FRESHSHIPMENT
2-9260 between 6 and 7 p.m.
Several lovely homes availableat 66 Misc. For Sale Inc. Ph. 376-5392. Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 61 VALIANT4dr
this time.FORDYCE. Monday to Friday 9 to 5. IMPALA convertible. Excellent
ASSOCIATES INC. 12" 14' boat or utility trailer $25.
'
condition. 1951 Chevy good con- Sedan automatic transmission
92' W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Also good condition.Kenmore electric$40. Ph.dryer 481-2362.In 78'TRUCKS FOR SALE dition. 376-3112 after 6. heater, clean, premium OF NEW 1964RAMBLE

Chairs. low as $8. No money car.
UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove
IMPALA, 1960 4-door sedan. Power
& refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. down low as $5 per month. FOLD-A-WAY bed, $12, Ig. mirror steering, automatic $995
Ave. Phone FR 6-570 after 5:30 Free estimates, pickup and delivery $12, 3-corner cabinet S7; 2 what. 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- brakes transmission.power Radio and _

P.M. for appt.IBEDROOM. service. All work guaran- nots $1.50. Phone 6-4U9. A. type truck. Has been serviced FR 6-2696.
teed. Phone 3767786.f completely on monthly sched heater. FR 23807. or R S

living room dining CENTRIFUGAL Irrigation pump ule. J700. FR 5-8461. PRIVATE OWNER has 1963 60 Chevrolet
CASE Coke box with lift
tile bath. Screened porch. dry 130 horse LP gas motor produces
room. 66 Misc .For Sate. Chevrolet Impala. 2 dr. hardtop,
like Cost > station automatic
doors on top. Just new. -passenger wagon
Center. 1200 gals per minute.
Rentals
Convenient to Shopping & Truck
80 Tractors 8.
R
V-8 standard shift black
Available now. $4M-flr $200 gets It. 2 baseline Phone 3726423. radio, heater, low mileage
Water furnished. Toro golf carts. good for Ig H, WW for sale. $2200 owed. $51 Nlcel
$85. Phone FR 6-3070. manufacturing plant or lumberyard ELECTRIC range $40, bench saw CLOSE OUT SALEOn monthly, will accept clean 1957 Arriving Weekly!

UNFURNISHED 2 BR house transportation or for golf) $SO, Jointer, motor scout uniforms Wallpaper. 91c a Roll RENT the a USA.truck from one-way United anywhereIn Rent. car for equity with clear title. $1395

fenced back yard 2120 NW 7th course use. Cost on these were $5 rush squares cotton HARPER PAINT CO. Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. Call 376-8819.
St. Phone 371-8932 or 372-6179. $1425 ea. Sell one for $500. one rugs. table lamps. FR 6-4996. 10 S.W. 7th St. Corvalr Monza
for .$300. Phone 372-0961. FOR SALE riding lawn mower 372-4366 coupe.ICuto.6 Trans. Radio, lowmileage. I I 60 RAMBLER Wide Selection of 6'. and V-8's in all series.
& Scooters
49 Rooms for Rent GIRL'S heavy bicycle for $20. Cat elec. starter $60; bicycle $10; DINETTE fore $75. set Chest$28.$22 Bedroom dresser furnl-S24 83 Motorcycles _Good tires. FR 2-431 I Super 4-dr.. radio. heater. automatic
ft. sse.
FR 6-2444 or FR 6-8870. Phone 3767326.COMPLETE '- I transmission. Tutor
Gas stove. Like new condition.FR DEAL
OUR
BUY GET
Excellent con- green with matching Interior. BEFORE YOU .
6-0410. 1963 DUCAT Bronco. 1963 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B.
FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant HO train track and
close In. Private entrance 5 tires. Extra nice
NICB new car.
room. dition. 1211 N.W. 10th Avenue. P.W. Radio and heater. $COO down LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN
all channel antenna. Off formica counter and 26 stools. transmitter. Mounted on stationary UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF television ON THE
street* parking. 531 S.E. Snd equipment. Complete fountain' board. All in good condItion and appliances. If we- FOR SALE 1964 Honda Hawk and take over payments. FR $995 BUILT CAR!
2-5624. After 6 P.M.
and short order equipment. 52
Place. FR 2-2582. except engine. Call FR don't have It, we'll get it. Motorcycle. 250 cc. Like new
Call FR 2-075* or 29207. Mr.
6-3147. Wheeler's Discount $575. Call FR 6-2516 after 6:00
Store between 59 FORD
NICE quiet room. gentleman pre- Page. 85-1 Automobiles Wanted
ferred. Telephone <. carport. Call .22 CALIBER auto rifle, 'nylon Melrose and Keystone. PM.
Country Squire 9-passenger
GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance Route
21. 475-2401.
3764571. before 1 p.m. $10 I '64V with-scope $45; Polaroid 1961 VESPA motor scooter, mechanically station wagon radio heater, I
for
old costly to
week. operate electric your water heater camera with case..$37, 22 pistol FULL-size mattress & box springs good new paint asking WANTED.and Chevrolets.1950 thru See 1954 at Hemdon Fords automatic transmission power [TO MEET OUR QUOTA -

Hot water at about half your $16; rebuilt typewriter $28; Port bookcase headboard, folding bed $75. Phone 376-5838 after 7 P.M. Service Station, 916 S. E. 4th steering and brakes. Factoryair
present cost with our LP gas. able sewing machine $15 W & mattress sell or trade for In good Street. conditioning. Month of March, Ridgway Motors
Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer plastic pipe $345 per 100' Tram- 2 twin beds. FR 6-SM7 after 6. 1957 ALLSTATE scooter. "ffUis TRADE-IN Allowance -
HIGHEST
Road. FR 6-5110. polines $165; Glass display case. running condition. Needs little $895 is the
WANTED to purchase $15; Hallicrafters short wave LIKE NEW 1964 model G.E. stereo"console body repair. $65. Call FR 6-6014. 87 Automobiles Wonter ever!

lot DUO.Therm oil heater with fan radio $27; Enameled aluminum $100. Phone FR 2-8836.
from private party electric range with rotisserie. siding, .18 per sq. ft. We buy AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS COMPACT, from private owner.
for Ap.rtment. Economical. Also old doors and windows $2-$ guns and tools. Consignment TOMATO PLANTS. On School days 84 will pay cash. Please call FR RIDGWAYMOTOR
each. Ph. mornings FR 2-1917. Sales Co. 425 SE 2nd St. after 4:00 P.M. All day Saturday. 2-0013. between 1-3 p.m. favorite magazines for Rambler's
376.4167pilance 1523 NW 16th Ave. Phone 372-2340. LASSITER MASON Watch your
WILL swap unc. coins or mInt KENMORE automatic washer, good SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP CO. Party Coupons!
stamps for cut glass and old condition. $50. Call after 6 p.m REBUILT WASHERS. CHEAP Your carPs pep & power show $3 Million Surprise
picture frames. Phone 376-1938. FR 2-5449. $45.00 and up up with a tune-up at BROWN'S
A-I Handyman Shop FR 6-0267 SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed GAINESVILLEAUTO 1132 S. Main St.
First In Appliance Repairs recapping & wheel alignmen I I

I 809 N. Main. FR 64310. SALES FR 28433PLENTY CO.
USED Hotpoint automatic washer. RIDGWAY MOTOR
Good condition $35. Phone 372- 1007 N. Main St.
I SERVICESHome 3773. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE Phone FR 2.6313 OF NO

DOWN PAYMENT
FOR sale: 24" boy's bicycle SI6. Northcentral FIorIda'siargest FR 2-8433
95; Tricycle 3.95 Maple youth CADILLAC 1962 convertible full CARS. 1132 S. Main St.

bed $12.95. FR 2-5118. power 2. air. $500 for my equityassume Dealer

MY mommy has six size 14 "A" balance of less than $3.- Independent
I And BusinessAir line maternity. dresses she wore 000. See at 3465 NW 1st Court.

last Spring also several maternity CHEVROLET 1957. station wagon.
patterns. If your mommy Excellent condition. New tires FOR THE CORRECT

needs them have her call 4-5907. and tag. V.... automatic, $550.
Building! & Repair Serve Broker TIME .
Mortgage Call 372-6623 64556. I
You Can Afford a New Comet
70 Boats-Marine Equip. CHEVROLET 1958 wagon. 4 dr. FR 2-1411 Suddenly

DON'S GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA You can buy this for only $8
and conventional loans. Low a week. Call Bill 372-3749. H t> HMotors. Courtesy Of
Building & Repair 6807 Service.FR rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 1 4* Fiberglass Cruiser. 1963 Even- WITH YOUR TAX CUT!
W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. rude 40 HP, electromatic motor. University ChevroletN.
all necessary equipment Included. CHEVROLET. 1956. 4 dr. This car .
16th Ave.
St.
Main at
Bulldozing Trailer new tires. skis life Is going for only $8 a week. .
PAINTING belts etc. $1,000. Also "10 ft gas Call Bill 3723749. H & H

MALL bulldozer, loader. dump refrigerator, good, $35 1 set golf Motors. I 24 Month or
clubs. 7 irons. 3 woods.
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. TopsoiL bag
INTeRIOR. Exterior. painter can do CHEVY 1955 Bel Air. like new
Phone FR i-7846. $30. Mr. F. H. Collier. 374-3241.
It for you. 23 years experience. Ext. 2197 or FR 6-2159. 3165 NW condition. 4-dr., radio & heater. Ford I
mileWarranty
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe for free estimate call Mr. 11th St. standard shift. $450. FR 2-7255. 24,000 _
'I wheel tractors. motor Gammon. Falcon
grader. Free estimates. W. G. 372-5829 1 7* FIBERGLASS Cobia crutser.
Buck) Johnson, FR 6-6219 55 HP Homelite motor. Murray EMOBILE HOMES Fairlane ,

PAINTING, Also Screens repaired trailer, completely equipped. I I FEDERAL QUALITY
Carpentry window glass replaced. Phone months old. $1995. FR 2-3742. T-Bird

Conditioning FR 61283.Remodeling. I IMI.N.on441
11 FT. open-cock pit offshore Ford
GRADY CABINET WORKS fiberglass boat. complete controls I at City Limit Sign I Priced Below Most!
Custom built cabinets and mold- lights 10 & 5 gal. tanks. I CALL372-5113 Trucks The LUXURY Compact
ART BALL Air conditioningHot Ings refinishing and spray 40 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis. I WE TRADEL.FOR
( Air-Hot water) heating and painting. ski ropes. belt. life preservers ANYTHING II' Used withFresh air heater 101 HP engine Bright finish aroUnd wIndshIeldand
refrigeration. Ph. 172-1 Oi. 13 1533 E. University Avenue NEED A NEW Florida room carport a. ladder. 1100. Phone 372-5738. Equipped interior Courtesy l lights Arm
Phon 37M313 back window moulding Fully appointed
Years Experience. patio screened-ln porch. and
etc.? Call now and get It done 16 ft. fiberglass boat with trailer, Cars rests S Ash trays Cigarette lighter Gauges for fuel. oil. battery charge

Service CosmeticsAn for the summer months. Call 7SVi lip motor. IS-gal. gas tank. 14" Wheels.
Appraisal 372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free top and stern curtain. Electric: BUY YOUR Get TOTAL temperature
HOUR OF BEAUTY will make estimates. start and full steering controls. I

FRED ft. ARNOLDREALTOR a "new you" at MERLE NOR. S300. CHARGE IT AT SEARS. MOBILE HOME PERFORMANCESHAW
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. EmRIYIDEPENDAIILlTY FR 24461.
IS THE I From the WORLD'SLARGEST AT
Learn
RIAL ESTATE 'APPRAISALSEItVIC. professional make-up
secrets by trained beauty ex.pettx. WO R D. BUILDING REMODELING BURFORD'S DEALER ...

121* W. UNIV. AVE. P14.5728523 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR .PAINTING MARINE CREMEA & : _. nly
FREE ESTIMATES. DIAL Mobile -
23126. Marine polish to be used en Southern :

Appliance Repair 37J-7948 OR 376-1838 NOW. fibre glass plexiglass. chrome Homes Broken. Inc. KEETER
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS and marine finishes. Pint size.

Upholstery Reg. $2.95 Spedal $L4$ Save 2200 South Dixie HighwayPh.
FIRST" Air Conditioning and Ap- FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER SI 47.BURFORD'S. 629-4818 230 W. UniversityFR _
Repairs. A-l HandymanShop CO. LEATHERETTE 2-0503 '
FR 6-0267. Sales and ServiceAn UPHOLSTER furniture at Ocala. Florida 195 .$5995Down
your
types of Fire ExtinguishersPick reasonable prices. Call Salty. CREME I : .

Parker Appli. Serv. up and delivery service Experienced. FR a-988 Reg. SUS. Special' -4Sc. Save Me. I .. .
C R. Thomas Ph. 3749(9 METAL GUARD OIL SPRAY _
Expert MaJor Appliance Serv
ke. Prompt. Efficient 2. Gainesville, Fla. SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS Lubricates. prevents rust and,

Courteous 372-6224- penetrates Reg. $.... Special Monthly
Mortgage BrokerFHA 'SCSaveIC DODGE DART sedan
I do sewing of afl
2-MAN LIFE RAFTSelf
Auto Equipment kinds It Dressmaking. Mrs. W.
and conventional at lowett Inflating. 500 Ib Bovyancy
Tea'race
C. .bet.. 343 N.W. 17th
current rates. Terms to 25 372-0655. r x 5"4"". Use for fun or safe 1- ,
HYDRAULIC JACKS: rebuilt. years. Will gladly discuss at no S9L50 Special $49 Save ,
exchanged Repair kits for Obligation. Call tomorrow.J. ty. Reg. (Includes Heater) $199500
life two (Povslble
$39.50 plus a or
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Sewing MochiM Repairs -
Walker Hydraulic Jack 81 N, Main St. Ph. FR 1-S494 ) SPECIAL AT .
Servlca Agent. HULL'S BRAKE BAIRD'S MARINE ;' -,"*-
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. FRED B. ARNOLD 601 S. Main St. FR 2-8531 -
I Main FR 2-1491 REALTORFHA CALL SEWING MACHINE SER. 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANiYPooleGable
VICE CO. S13 W. University
AND
LOANS CONVENTIONAL Ave. 376-1075. We repair III 72 Office Equipment LINCOLK-MERCURY
Auto Glass Makes Work: fully .qu rantHd. Motors I CRANE
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522


AUTO GLASS Immediate Is our Installationfree only busi -SVt per MORTGAGE cent Interest.MONEY Terms to WINDOW CLEANING- GAINESVILLE'S office Office Equipment supply dealer largest Co. Invites Chestnut's volume you (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) "It's Easy To Trade With :Crane Lincoln-Mercury


ness. pickup .. delivery. Add 25 years.BUY BUILD REFINANCECall WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned to come in and shop or cad Office for 119S.E. 1st Are. 372-434 I 516 E. University Are.r FR 2-4251
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MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. Dan Byrd yrs. experience. Free estimates. Equipment Co. 106 W. UniversityAve.

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