Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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: 88th Year; No. 219 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 18, 1964 ova';Ho. D 2, "


: Seek to Halt ELECTRIC TIE-IN OKAYED 4 '.

Debate On Vote Count Is Snarled \

Rights Bill 7

Winn-Andrews Battle Could .

frm lurk uttnr a j:t' ,

By E. W. KENWORTHY t '!Hit Court Richardson WinsAt I ;:
WASHINGTON Senate leaders of both parties will _"'t'

move next week to shut off further debate on taking up .. M:<.<< : \

the civil rights bill unless southerners stop talking and w'A, .. '" By JEAN CARVERand I .
permit a vote on making the measure. the! pending business ,;: '"'f + ,h' '- '"&.::: ,10:, .. ;,':'''.0'" HAROLD RUMMELSun ,

of the Senate. 'S a.. .+ r..iQ',y ; Pd' ,\":":#"oY l '<$:-:\ y t. t\1 : ':!t. ."" ': Staff Writers 1
p{ 1
have +
Although the soothe pers Y dti qi ,
VietNamAid been discussing the Ouse-passw' ti., Hot controversy over suspected :
ed bill since Marcn 9, they r ; : irregularities in absen- I

have not technically been debating '" ,. < ,', ..:; tee balloting may make yester 11
it at all but only the ;: x \ U 1 day's city election the subject ofa t

Due motion by Majority Leader Y PS V R ,''' ''' h battle in the courts, accord- r
Mike Mansfield D-Mon., to call ing to observers at a canvass

the bill off the calendar.In t S ing meeting early this after-

1957 the southerners talk- noon.

Boost ed for eight days before per- City Commissioners Stopped

mitting a vote on calling up the counting the absentee bal-
civil rights bill. Mansfield and ''I'It.4J lots before they started. In-

Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D- -'vp stead they became embroiledwith -

'Setbacks Can Minn., the majority whip who is election officials and law- I
floor of this year'sbill
manager yers-in arguments over the va-

Be Overcome' hoped the southerners lidity of some absentee bal-
would again be satisified with i

eight days' delay in taking up .. lots.The j jan
Nrw $nrk ulimra the measure. arguments continued for
hour and still were going at A
By The eighth day was Tuesdayand press time.
Sen. Richard B. Russell,
House announced D-Ga., leader of the southern : They centered on alleged mbmarking -
Tuesday plansto '
forces showed of halt- of registration books
back with additional no signs
economic assistance ing the oratory to permit a by voting officials and disputesover
a new whether some of .the absentee -
South Vietnamese to move today. SessionCity
plan com- Canvassing voters legally could cast .
bat the Communist Viet Cong Tuesday afternoon Mansfieldand
guerrilla insurgency.An Humphrey met with minor- Attorney Osee Fagan and Mayor Byron Winn examine one of the 173 absentee ballots injected into a vote a ballot.
unusual White House state- ity leader Everett M. Dirksen, Arguments over the validityof .j
ment following a meeting of the R-I11., and minority whip Thomas controversy here this afternoon. Seated left to right are Utilities Director John Kelly, Commissio'nerAl votes and elections lend them J

National Security Council, which H. Kuchel, R-Calif., who Sutherland and Commissioner Edwin Andrews. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). selves naturally to heated discussion

was presided over by President heads the Republican civil but the implications of

Johnson, conceded there had rights team, to discuss the sit- the arguments in this particular

been "setbacks" in the protracted uation. Primary election make them more
Aircraft Crashes
war. The four leaders were under- Military : heated than ever.

But it predicted that "the sit- stood to have agreed that un- The absentee ballots hold the

uation can be significantly improved less an understanding could be Races All outcome of the battle between

in the coming months." reached with Russell for a vote < Mayor Byron Winn and Dr. Ed-

Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh's early next week, they would Cost Billions in 3 YearsWASHINGTON win Andrews for a seat on the

k seven week-old government in have to resort to a petition to in- In ShapeAlachua city commission.In .

Saigon "have produced a sound voke closure of debate. 0 regular balloting yester-
(AP) More .Cities and miscellaneous .causes to show crew error as a main
central plan for the prosecutionof Only 16 senators are requiredfor ,
Winn with
County voters will day, ,came out a slim
..than $1.8 billion.in U.S. military the, rest. t cause of accidents material' .k
the war, the White House a motion to close debate. .have ft choice of 'candidates 72-vote .
statement said.: But two-thirds of the members Nf in planes have been lost or badly The Air Force said pilot error failure as the second cause and majority.It
Khanh and his government present and voting or 67 if all eight Democratic of"'14 races. in .the May 5' damaged in crashes over the caused 31 per cent of its'accl- maintenance and weather following was Winn, 4,383; Andrews,
recognized "to a far greater degree senators vote are necessaryto last two candidates past three years, it was learned dents material failure 39 per in that order. 4311.
than before the crucial role impose closure. to file today. cent, weather 1 per cent,'maintenance "All the services have vigorous Since there are 173 absentee ,
yesterday's noon qualifying ballots the outcome of the election "
8 cent supervision accident prevention or safe
of economic and social, as well The leaders of both parties per ,
deadline. Clerk J. B. Carmichael Pilot and "materialfailure"
error could be
5 cent and the remainder ty the Pentagonsaid. swayed by them.
as military ,action to ensure hope that the southerners will per programs
issued a list of the qualified were listed as the"chief To win Andrews would need
undetermined and miscellane- It claimed that Air Force ,
that areas cleared of the Com- not force a resort to closure, be- candidates.Last in than
causes more 2,000 major and Navy accident rates have 123 absentee votes or 71 per
munists stay cleared, the state- cauje this would certainly set
to qualify were John military aircraft accidents in ous.Army
ment went on. te:..lHHim pg. and the debate Connell for 19611963. statistics, which were been on a declining curve since cent of the total absentee ballots
county judge
The White House disclosed is likely to become embit- not broken down, were reported the 1920s. cast.The
tered when County Edgar This data was contained in an two other issues in the
three main provisions of the soon enough mem-
Johnson for reelection.
bers down to analysis provided by the De- election are firmly decided andwouldn't
Khanh get possible
planNational: .'
This is the list of
candidatesthat Winds Bi Renewed
Department.The Asso-
mobilization of all amendments.Civil May ing be affected by the ab
will the ballot
appear on : ciated Press asked for the report -
leaders do not sentees.In .
able bodied persons to aug- rights see Commission
County District
ment anti-guerrilla fighters and the votes yet in sight to invoke connection with a run- the other contested com-

to provide. administrators, closure on debate on the bill One Claude- Brandon County Commissioner has .oppositionfrom ning reliability dispute of missiles over the and relative Fire Hazard tc]> CaliforniaV mission seat, Jim Richardson fJ.;
health workers teachers and itself. But they confident of
are Arthur of scored a solid 4,886 to 3,681 vic
others who must follow up in the votes necessary to shut off Springs and Jim1 Thompson Wershow High of ned aircraft. LOS ANGELES (AP) Fire- Fire Chief Keith Klinger said: tory over candidate Arnold Butt. l

areas cleared of the Viet Cong. debate on the motion to take it Alachua. Critics of U.S. missiles systems men raced today against fore- "It's a race against time to An amendment to the city t

-Increases in pay and status up. have suggested, among casts of more high winds to secure make sure that all hot spots are resounding
charter passed by a
Commission District !
other things, that there is much boundaries of three disastrous extinguished."
(See VIET NAM on Page 2)) (See RIGHTS on Page 2)) 'Three County Commissioner more assurance about the relia- brush fires before gusts 4,135 to 973 votes. It authorizesthe
Edgar Johnson has opposition bility of manned aircraft be- churn them Two hundred firemen remainon City Commission to contract,
from Dashwood can up the Weldon Canyon area without voter approval, for
Hicks of caucs of of prior
many years experience Three wind-whipped fires blaze, 20 miles northeast of Los
u. s. Warns RedsOn Gainesville. and thousands and thou- emergency electric power from
County Commission Group sands and thousands of flights. were contained Tuesday after Angeles, where 2,500 acres of outside firms. I.

Five County CommissionerSid The Pentagon report said the destroying at least 20 homes watershed were burned over. But while the outcome of the

Martin has opposition from Air Force .suffered some 1,100 and charring 11,600 acres of Another 300 mopped up hot two issues was secure, the Winn-

Detained FliersMOSCOW Leiman Batten of 0'r a h g e major accidents over the past brush. spots on the severely-hit Bur- Andrews election dispute continued 10
Heights.Tax three years causing damage Gusts up to 100 miles an hourfanned bank-Glendale areas, just 12 this afternoon.

Assessor Assessor totaling $1.1 billion. This avera the blazes Monday in miles from downtown Los An- Indications were that the absentee t
Pierce Smith is the foothills northeast of Los geles in the Verdugo and San ballots wouldn't be count- t
opposed by j out to about $1 million
(AP) The United refused to release Welch. for per Angeles. afternoon-or :
suspended assessor Claude M. accident. Rafael Hills. ed until late this
States made a new demand to- treatment in the west.
(Red) Franks of Gainesville. Insurance companies esti- All the homes burned were possibly even later. The disputeand
day for the release of three The Soviets have given no in- During that same period more t
Sheriff Sheriff Joe than 900 Navy and Marine mate damage at $4 million. In the vicinity of the two cities, delay prolonged a night
fliers shot down in '
American formation about Holland and
of 25m.p.h. and anticipation over the
at forecasts tension
Crevasse is opposed by Bob Looking in the 7,000-acre Verdugo Hills
Corps planes sustained
East Germany and warned that Kessler, who parachuted with major \
of absentee balloting.
winds for County outcome
Jordan of Gainesville. today, fire and the 2,100-acre San Ra-
their continued detention jeopar- Welch when the jet bomber was damage or were destroyed. The In spite of the uncertainty,
County Judge Judge H. fael Hills blaze.
dollar estimate
dizes U.S.-Soviet.relations. : something over candidates for
shot down. They apparently however, both
H. McDonald is opposed by $700 million. The third fire swept to with
Charge d'Affaires Walter J. landed safely and are in Soviet John Connell of Gainesville. The Army, which uses mainly in three-quarters of a mile of the disputed this seat morning.were talking j

Stoessel presented the demandat custody. School Superintendent Will helicopters and other relatively WHERETO the San Fernando Valley com- confidently 1
Winn said this mornIng -
the Soviet Foreign Office, Communist officials in East iam (Tiny) Talbot, of Gainesville inexpensive aircraft, reported munity Granada Hills before Mayor "glad to have a few
coupling it with a denial of Soviet Berlin have hinted that the is running against Harry more than 200 major accidentswith 'firemen held the line. No struc- was I'm
FIND IT So en-
charges that the three men three men may be tried as Evans of Micanopy for the $27 million in damages.In tures were damaged there. votes' margin.to have survived with
mission spies.U. seat not sought by Supt. E. D. estimates varied. couraged
were on an espionage a rundown of the Damage
causes, :
when their reconnaissance S. officials have insisted Manning Jr. Navy said human Comics . . 19 The County Fire Departmentsaid such a strong opposition cam
error wcs "
bomber was shot down on that the plane crossed into Com- School Board District Two- responsible for 60 of all Classified . .21-23 20 homes were destroyedand paign. .
per said the close race with
Entertainment .- 20 Winn ;t
March 10. munist air space accidentally on Member Williard Williams is accidents to Navy and Marine 10 severely damaged in the

a routine training flight. They opposed by Jack Zimmermanof Coos aircraft. Pilot, error was '. Obituaries . 2' cities of Glendale and Burbank (See ELECTION on Page 2)) i
An embassy spokesman said Opinion Page . 4
have also protested its being Gainesville. blacked for 48 and the Eagle Rock section of
cent and 12
Stoessel also warned the Rus- per Sports . 13-15
shot School
by a Soviet MIG. The Rus- Board District Three cent Los Angeles.
sians that "further delay in release sians claim the American plane Jasper Joiner and LassiterSee p.Material by failure accounted persons.for Women's . 10 SUCCESS? (1
of the
crew- ignored a signal to land. ( PRIMARY on Page 2)) 28 per cent, weather base facil-! Yeah Yeah! Yeah!
men clearly jeopardized possibilities liquor MeetIs ; ,

for expanding areas of ', Mr. George Sweeting ;
U.S.-Soviet cooperation and can classified '
highly recommends i.
affect present efforts in cooper- Called ads for quick results.

ation in various fields." HOSPITAL TILE ERUPTING AGAINOther He sold his '59 Renaultto

The Russians have brushed An organizational meeting of the first buyer.,

aside several earlier demandsfor 'Alachua County's 31 successful "I wish I would have ;

release of the airmen: Capt. By HAROLD RUMMEL pital $1,600 to repair thedamage. the trustees approved a list of business yesterday included liquor, license applicants has had more cars to sell
been called for 8 tonightin
David I. Holland, 35, of Hol- p.m. I had
since so
Sun Staff Writer But Clarkson said yes- 10 staff promotions approval of the February the Inn.
land, Minn., Capt. Melvin J. terday that none of the'new da- The promotions are based on financial report. University calls." .

Kessler, 30, of Philadelphia, and The kitchen floor at Alachua mage is to tile replaced a year tenure. The goal of the session will I If have an automobile -
Lt. Harold W. Welch, 24, of Detroit General Hospital is erupting It showed the hospital's net be to form a liquor dealers as- you
Moved up from "courtesy" to motorcycle or
ago.There have been conflicting "assistant" were doctors Rich earnings at $1,487 for the month, sociation. a bicycle to sell call

Soviet .officials notified U.S. About 1,400 square feet of floor reports of what causes the'tile 'ard Anderson David Biber, compared to $12, 91. Gross in- Stephen Wandzioch mana- 372-8241 to place your* J

military authorities in Frank- tile have popped loose,. Admin to break loose from the floor Josh Davis, Arthur Kornhaber,. come was $145,602 compared to of the Tom Sawyer Motel ad. 'i.
furt Monday that one' of the istrator Ed Clarkson told members Last year when it happened, Justine Vaughen and W. H.Sun- $149,143 a year ago. Expensesrose ger be-
and of the _
movers ,
from $129,699 to $140,184.A one prime RENAULT 4ACV. rfl S h+ t+r
fliers was injured and said an of the Board of Trusteesat two tile experts were calledin. lin. All but Sunlin, a dentist, are hind the drive to make the county 3f economic HS cut' Phone 372- ,
American doctor could \isit their meeting yesterday. One concluded that the tile had medical doctors. total of 711 patients'were 0604.
wet called the It
v ,
admitted to the hospital during
Repairs will cost about $1,500.: n't been'glued down well enough Promoted from "associate" to- was planned even before the Economical Sun Want-Ads
him.An 19 less than a
Air Force flight surgeon The erupting tile is a recur- when it originally was laid The "attending" were doctors E.- February i year election six months ago. Work hard at such low cost.

went to the Soviet military hos- rence of a problem that baffled other believed that adequate expansion R. Casey, D. A. Cofrin and C.. ago.The family want-ad on .
pital at Magdeburg East ,Ger- hospital officials last year. joints hadn't been. provided M. Herbert. average daily census was Goals of the planned associa- the 6 to your 12 day low rate plan! I

many. He found Welch sufferIng Virtually the same thing happened ,Dr. H. M. Marchant was made* down to 143.48 patients from tion and other details of its or- 372-8441
Call today'
from fractures of the right, then, and It cost the hos- In other business.. yesterday.. "emeritus. 160.07 in February, 1963. ganization will be discussed at us Proof of Resultsr j jr.

arm and left leg. The Russians ..,.. i the meeting. jj

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Weather Roundup The High-Notes You Hear

.....A B \. I Are the High Bandwagon'By 1 L

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: \ JESS MARKHAMA young matrons including Mrs. and few stops."
CIPf _. __
1 c barnstorming, whistle-stop High singing campaign songs. The group left Miami. Mondayat ,>i;
B C-Fair through Thurs \ bandwagon toured Gainesville Mrs. High described the touras 8 ajn. and plans to cover 20 .

day. Low tonight in 40s, high w ?.t yesterday afternoon calling at- non political cities and towns up and down A .? n

Thursday around 75. Light tention to the candidacy of Ma- "We're spreading music and, the state winding up back in

variable winds becoming east Ja sa .- \ yor Robert King High of Miami we hope, friendliness w hi c h Miami Friday evening.
!j to southeast 10 to 15 miles .. ; for[ governor of Florida. draws attention to my husband's .
hour "This tour is similar
per Thursday. oneswe've tk ep F;
t E Aboard. the bandwagon wasa candidacy, said Mrs. High. t
made election in
] A-Partly cloudy and mild this "'F. five-piece combo and six "We make no political speechesone on day
4 afternoon and tonight. Mostly cloudy I' Miami during my husband's ..
and mild with scattered showersI eaeM \ four successful campaigns there
Thursday. Low tonight In 50s high a
Thursday 68 to 76. \ I eH and we decided to see if it would

D Fair through Thursday. Low ... Election work in the state," said Mrs.
< tonight 45 to 50. high 65 City
Thursday High. "The so far has
to 70 on beach and 75 'Inland. Uttte .' 1W I response
warmer Thursday night. Northwest to been very gratifying and people
north 5 to 15 mile winds .
( becoming .aasrr "
easterly Thursday.E seem to like this approach.

F GFllr through Thursday. QOyO Precinct Vote I A similar tour is planned for
Low tonight In SOs high Thursday
around 80. North to northeast 5 to sometime in April.
15 mile winds becoming northeast ,to
east Thursday. .... ... GAINESVILLE WEATHER: II II
Here is the unofficial vote ; 654 for Winn and 556 for The bandsmen are all professional
musicians and friends
Low tonight 55 t. 65. high Thursday breakdown by precincts fromyesterday's Andrews in group two; 775 for
80 to 85. North to northeast 5 to 15 Municipal Airport readings for city election: interties and 124 against of Mayor and Mrs. High as are
mile winds becoming eastely Thurs 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: High '01
the five women singing with
day.K Fair 79 at 3-4 p.m., low 46 at 7 GIRL SCOUT HEADQUARTERS VFW HALL -2,223 registered Mrs. High. All are donating Present Past and Future r
through Thursday. Low
There were 4,087 regis- ,
tonight 65 to 70 high T h u r sday a.m. Rainfall .08 inches. voters with 831 for Richardsonand their time, but the trip is spon-
around 80. Northeasterly 10 to 15 mile tered voters with 1,152 for Rich-
TIDES 602 for Butt in
winds becoming easterly Thursday. Thursday High at 5:43 am. and ardson and 805 for Butt in group group one; sored by Mayor High's campaign Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner (second from left), jvho once t
773 for Andrews and 700 for
'1.47 jun. Low at 10:45 am. committee and is being national FFA talks with of FFAers membersof
one 1,061 for Andrews and 916 was president, a group present ,
Winn in for inter-
MARINE FORECAST group two; 650 paid for out of his general cam-
TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE EAST GULF for Winn in group two; 686 for the UF Collegiate Chapter. Talking with Conner (from left) are Bill Dam-
to northeast
: ties and 139
Jacksonville .......... 75 47 winds 8 to 15 knots becoming east the electricity intertie amend- againstRECREATION paign fund. pier of Starke, chapter president; Leroy Gillis of Bonifay and Robert Baileyof
Miami ................. 85 67 .02
Tampa ................ 75 51 to southeast Thursday. Fair. ment and 220 against. CENTER The group departed at 9 a.m. Clewiston. The three future vo-ag teachers were named last night as win

Atlanta New Orleans,.."...................... 74 69 44 40 Sunset today ALMANAC............ 6:39 pm. VOTING MACHINE WARE- 1,576 registered voters with 687 today for Lake City, the first ners of $250 scholarships.,,(Sun photo by Buzz Mixson)

Boston ...,.............. 41 31 .26 Sunrise .tomorrow ........ 6.34 am. HOUSE 1,606 registered vot- for Richardson and 689 for Buttin which will wind
New York ............ 54 29 Moonset tonight ........ 11:48 pm. stop on a
Washington ............ 69 27Sg t ....... March 20 ers with 410 for Butt and 309 for group one; 644 for Andrewsand up this evening in Winter Haven.
................ aJrterSTAii.
Chicago 35 19
416 for Winn and 271 for Winn in two Conner Tells FFAers
Kansas City ............ 57 31 Aldebaran, near the Moon. Richardson; group ; College
Denver ................ 60 33 VISIBLE PLANETS 320 for Andrews in group two; 430 for inerties and 141 against.
Ft. Worth .............. 76 49 Jupiter, low In west ...... t:0p.m. More AboutPrimary
Los ............ -
Angeles 84 59 ** Venus well above
Seattle ................. 48 37 .90* :Saturn, -rises .......Jupiter........ 5.39 a.m. 147 for the inter ties and 60 WESTWOOD JUNIOR HIGH-
against. 2,563 registered voters with 802
r Of
ForecastFlorida BUCHHOLZ JUNIOR HIGH- for Richardson and 689 for butt Opportunities in VoAgBy .

I i Five-Day 2,218 registered voters with 445 in group one; 878 for Winn and -- -- --
for Butt and 427 for Richardsonin 614 for Andrews in group two; 1- f
Five Day Forecast slight warming trend to end group one; 548 for Winn and 003 for interties and 164 against. WALTER MIXSON 'culture education department. i eluded the announcement of

Temperatures will average with cooler weather by the 343 for Andrews in group two; Fifty 'five per cent of the From Page 1 Sun,Farm Editor I' Around 60 persons, including scholarship winners by Leon

near normal during the five-day weekend. Rainfall. will average 444 for interties and 95 against.J. city's 16,185 voters turned out, chapter members and their Sims, teacher trainer in the agriculture -

period ending Monday. The average -one-half inch to one inch in the J. FINLEY 1,912 regis- with 173 casting absentee ballots. Mason, both of Gainesville, are Members of the University of 'guests, attended the banquet in education department

high and lows range from north portion and less than one tered voters with 678 for Rich- running for Lester Hodge's Florida's Collegiate Chapter, 'the Student Service Center. The Winners of $250 Florida Bank-

74 to 50 at Tallahassee; 77 to half inch in southern portions. ardson and 521 for Butt in group seat. Hodge is not running. Future Farmers of America, banquet is staged each year to ers scholarships over the past

57 at Tampa; and 81 to 62 at Showers will occur mainly on She Delays give the future teachers train- trimester were Floyd Marlow of
Miami. The forecast calls for a Friday or Saturday. I I Unopposed tandidates are were told last night that as vo- ing in conducting similar affairs Greenville, Ed Jowers of De-
Registration SupervisorMrs.
,cational agriculture teachers when become FAA ad-
they Funiak Springs and Calvin Ar-
Alma Bethea, Tax Collector .
Global HopCOLUMBUS Shellie McKinney, Clerk J. they have a greater opportunity visors. nold of Okeechobee.

B. Carmichael Court of Record 1 to render service to their fellow
Other speakers on the program George Drummond was an-
Ohio (AP) Judge Ira Carter, County I man than they would have inJ' emceed by Bill Dampierof nounced as winner of the Kroger

Mrs. Jerrie Mock, 38-year-old Solicitor A. Z. Adkins and Coun- :any other field. Starke, chapter president, in- Grocery Co. scholarship of $200.
Columbus housewife and mother
ty Surveyor Perry McGriff.In cluded Dean M. A. Brooker of The J. F. Williams Memorial
has delayed until Thursdayher The speaker, at the chapter'sannual
the state races:
the College of Agriculture, Dr. scholarships in amounts of $150

around-the-world takeoff on solo a planned Public Defender R. A. banquet, was a former J. B. White, dean of the Collegeof went to Dampier, Leroy Gillisof

flight. Green Jr. is FFAer and UF graduate who Education; and H. E. Wood, Bonifay and Robert Baileyof
x. a t, (Buzzy) opposed by ;
t reached the of FFA
< pinnacle
Mrs. Mock seeks to establisha R. G. Justiss of Gainesville. head of agriculture educationfor Clewiston.
-z i-
achievement the national FFA
; ( the
women's record. She hopesto state.
r, fly around the world in 90 Circuit Judge Judge J. C. ]presidency) and is now state Richard Cobb gave the invocation

days or less. Adkins Jr. is unopposed. commissioner of agriculture Dean Brooker noted that since and John Denmark wel-

'Doyle Conner. i 1959, enrollment in the College comed guests. Entertainmentwas
: I She will pilot a single-engine State Representative Rep. of Agriculture has increased by
Conner in his address to the provided by Susan Lewis of
',I Cessna which did not arrive in Ralph Turlington is opposed by 35 per cent, while for the same
Columbus until early today:Dick Wilson of Gainesville. future vo-ag teachers, said thata period, overall enrollment at Williston, the current Chiefland

from Wichita, Kan. high school athletic coach anda the UF has increased by 17 per watermelon queen and queen of
State Ted Dun- :
Attorney -
vo-ag teacher are two persons cent. He said that many more the Levy County Fair in 1961.
+ Her first stop will be in Ber- I can is unopposed. that have more opportunity, out- agriculture students are needed, Calvin Arnold reported on .

muda. From there her scheduled side the home, to mold character however. chapter accomplishments- I .

14 stops include the Azores, More AboutVietNam into youngsters.He Other program highlights in- ing the past year. I

Casablanca, Tunis, Cairo, Bah- .
rein Island, Karachi, Bombay, warned the future teach-

Guam, Wake, Honolulu, San I ers, however,' that: agricultureis

Francisco, and back to Colum- becoming more and more
bus. complex and that they would @bituarie : 'il
have to adapt to this change.
Mrs. Mock majored in aero- From 1
Page "
learn said
nautical engineering at Ohio "What you today,
s of the forces suchas Conner, "may be obsolete in 10
I State She has paramilitary ,
University. ESSIE MARCHMANService Pelham died at the Gainesville
the civil guard, and intensi- years. You are living in a most
logged more than 750 flying Nursing Center Monday.She .
hours and held a pilot's licensefor fied t r a i n i ng of government interesting time of history for Mrs. Essie Wells

1 seven years. She has been guerrilla fighers in order to when history is being written Marchman, 80, who died in was a resident of Melrose.
"beat the Viet Cong on its own momentarily, instead of over a I The Williams-Thomas Funeral
planning the trip for a year. Jacksonville Tuesday will beheld
Down To The WireCity ground." period of years.? i here Friday at 2 p.m. at Home is in charge of arrange-

-"Limited but significant additional ments. Services are to be con-
The commissionerof the Jones-Johnson Chapel.
commission candidates reflect the tenseness just before results of the Find Doctor I e qui p m ent" for the agriculture youthful recalled that ducted by Rev. J. H. Chance.. .
South Vietnamese air units, river She lived in Gainesville from 1.
last precinct were announced last night. The report on the precincts at the Girl after the first Sputnik was Survivors include a daughter,
Scout cabin left left with slim his Dr. navy and mobile ground unitsof 1942 until 1960, having moved
Byron yinn ( ) a margin over opponent, InnocentFT. launched by the Russians, tremendous Mrs. Viola G. Binger, of Hat- -
Edwin Andrews. Jim Richardson (right) had his victory all wrapped up over the armed forces. emphasis was .placedon here from Lakeland. She is a tiesburg, Miss.ALFRED .

his opponent Arnold Butt (background). Only-Winn's 12-year-old son Billy (be- DIX N.J. "In short, where the South science. "I was afraid at native of Cartersville, Ga.
(AP-Capt.) Vietnamese government now
hind Winn seemed unconcerned. STOUGHTONService
Eugene Goldman, an Army .has the power to clear any partof that time," said Conner, "that Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell,

doctor accused by three wom- I. its t e r r i tory, Gen. Khanh'snew education would get off center; pastor of the First Methodist for Alfred Paul

More About ]More About en patients of rape and inde- program is designed to ,that we would push a panic but-" I Church, will officiate. Burial Stoughton, 66, who died Sunday,

cent assault, has been declared I clear and to hold, step by step!ton and someone almost did. I will be in Hillcrest. Memorial was to be held today at 2 p.m.

ElectionFrom innocent on all counts by a gen- and province by province," the Conner said that agricultureis I Park. at the Williams-Thomas Chapel.Dr. .

RightsFrom eral court-martial. White House statment said. one of the basics we have to i Survivors include a daughter T. V. McCaul officiated. '

1 Goldman, 30, father of two, The South Vietnamese govern- teach. "Some of the people that Mrs. Ann Kemp of Jack Stoughton was a salesman

Page smiled and his eyes filled with ment plans will be costly and almost caused us to panic are ,sonville; one brother, JamesH. He lived at 503 NE 4th Ave.

tears when his acquittal was its economy "depends heavilyon now saying, 'We forgot some Wells of Columbia, S.C.;
Andrews emphasizes the Importance "More than 40 Page 1 U. S. economic Survivors include his widow
explained. per declared Col. aid, he of the basics, and now we'regoing three grandchildren and three ;
I of each person's vote. cent of the vote that went tome Tuesday night by of statement observed. to see if we can learn to great-grandchildren. Mae Elanor; two sons, William. .
David Crocker
It is believed R. president
"It might some of indicates deal of unlikely that "
encourage a good grow corn and wheat. and Robert, both of Youngstown,- or
our citizens in the future not to feeling that my work in the Russell will push matters to the nine-officer board. Pallbearers are S. L. Bryant, Ohio; and one brother, Williams .

avoid voting," Winn noted. past has not been entirely un the: point where the civil rights The women had filed com- COLLEGE STATION, Tex. Conner concluded by saying Fred Mason, Horace G. Bru- of Coral Gables.Gainesville ,

The mayor said he felt the successful." forces petition for closure onMansfield's plaints charging that Goldman (AP-Dr.) Wernher von Braun, that the future vo-ag teachers baker, Sam Maughan, Gene
opposition waged an effective motion, because a have a great challenge before Maughan and 0. C. Gay. 'j
raped them in his examiningroom director of the flight cen-
He said he felt of the space
some southern defeat at the out- them and "you have the
campaign in "confusing people, very op-
at Walson Army Hospital: ter in Alabama the United
particularly about the housing vote showed an anti CAA vote set would be a setback to their says portunity of getting your edu- CHARLOTTE PELHAM Sun
after giving them drugs that States needs to send 60 to 100
the CAA
against supportedteam hopes of withstanding later closure cation at the finest institutionI
ordinance and the Civic Action -
made them sleepy. Goldman, astronauts into before it Episcopal graveside servicesfor evenings except
of space
Alan Sutherland and
on the bill itself and forc- know of.
Saturday, and
Association. I Sunday morn- 'I
the four hours he evaluate the im- Mrs. Charlotte W. Pelhamare
1 Ed Turlington who are completing during was can military the Gainesville I
He said he felt the ing compromise.But ings by Publishing -
campaign their first year on the com- on the stand, emphatically denied portance of manned space I Conner was introduced by W. to be held Friday at 2 p.m. Company at 101 SE '
of indecisionand
I had left elements mission.Dr. Russell, with his eye on the allegations. flight. T. Loften, bead of the UF agri- at the Melrose Cemetery. Mrs. 2nd Place.I Gainesville_ i Florida I '
fear among many citizens.I July 13, the opening of the Re- and enured m-, second elan: .
Richardson said today he Andrews said he preferredto matter at the Post Office at ...
I publican presidential nominal Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
considered the unofficial returnsa make no statements about the ing convention, is fighting for

clear of Gainesville indication that want the careful people absentees unofficial results are counted.until after the every day of delay. Plan to Split Foreign Aid Is Shelvedfragment CARRIER OR RATES MAIL BY

consideration before: the city I. Even. after. the Senate votes 1 Week .45
manager form of governmentis "I think I can very well win," to take up the bill, Russell will WASHINGTON (AP-PresI- Fulbright, D-Ark., Chairman of It,.' Morgan told John- backed Morgan's view the I 3 Mot. $5.85 .

changed."If I Andrews said. "But even if I pick up another day or two be- dent Johnson's plans to give the the Senate Foreign Relations son. source saidPresident All mail subsetIptlons must ,
the vote shows' lose, I will still continue fight- cause Sen. Johnson's be paid in advance.
you can say Wayne L. Morse, D- controversial foreign aid bill a Committee.The foreignaid
any kind of mandate I'd say it' Ing for what I believe." Ore., plans at that time to move new look were shelved after a case for splitting economic Morgan then repeated his message is due to arrive on Member of Audit Bureau of r

means to leave it (the city-ma City Clerk Clarence 0NeiD to send the bill to the judiciary quiet little White House dinner and military aid proceeded long-held views that the military Capitol Hill Thursday, and he isj Circulation.All .

nager system) like it is." said the close race between committee for 10 days of hear- about six weeks ago, a high smoothly as though the de- assistance portion of the expected to ask for about $3.4 I material contained herein Is

The University finance professor Winn and Andrews was the ings. Alhough Morse supportsthe source reports. cision were "on the rails," the foreign aid bill is the only thing billion in one package for the the property of the Gainesville

said the vote'shows that slimmest margin to his recollection bill, he argues that Mans- The main decision involved source said, until the President that gets it throuh Congress program this year. President I r Publishing production Company in whole or(c) In 1'"part ReI Is ..

people are opposed to bloc vot-, since 1946. field violated Senate procedures? whether to split the economicaid called on Rep. Thomas E. Morgan each year, and that to separatethe Kennedy asked for $4.5 billion strictly forbidden without the written

ing. .. : .He,*said .LM.; Butler won by on Feb.. 26 by having the bill program from the militaryaid D-Pa., Chairman of the two sections would be an last year, but the House slashed,Il Ilit oermluion of the publisher.

"They're tired of a small three votes over V. M. Tench put directly on the calendar program ant: present themto House Foreign Affairs Committee. open invitation to the program'sfoes to $3 billion. I

group calling the shots," he, with a vote of 983 to 980. without referral to committee. Congress separately. The to decimate the economicaid 4

said. "They want men of quality The two commissioners elect- Morse is expected to consumea idea was to change the imageof "Mr. President, if you wantto or "foreign aid giveaway,"

and training able men- ed yesterday will be sworn in at day on. his own motion and the program and make it lose the foreign aid bill on as they call it SHOES AdamsFirst .

in the future to run for public city hall t o m o rrow. After the the southerners another day. If more palatable to congressmenand the floor of the House,. then Other important voices by

office." swearing in ceremonies the his motion carries and Mans- voters. .

Richardson said he felt the commission will hold"a special field and Dirksen agreed the in Quality, first in style
election returns show that the! meeting-and elect a new mayor vote would be close the sou- Secretary of Defense Robert I WE BOUGHT BY THE TRUCKLOADSO 4 t
led off the
S. McNamara
and vice lowest in prices $4.95-$ '
people are becoming aware of mayor.AVERAGE therners will gain another 10 dinner discussion by after-\\ WE COULD OFFER THESE PRICESAn .
of -
the importance city govern- days
case for making military SHOE <<
ment and their responsibilityto Annual Operation <
Once the bill becomes finally separate, a source who was Cabinet Sale SHOP
take a more active part in AMERICAN IN I Income Tax File .
civic affairs. COME the pending business, the southerners present said. These Prices good only thru March #<>
Winn's CAA backed team- The average income of Amer- will fight for delay by He was followed by others e < .

mate, Arnold Butt said this ican families rose to $7,140 in bringing forward amendmentafter who favored this approach,I 2 DRAWERS reduced hem $4995 tO *39'S Men's -Women's HOSIERYin

morning he felt the close race 1962 from $6,920 in 1961. In 1947it amendment among them Sen. J. WilliamGAINESVILLE'S to
latest colors and shades low :.
at low
and Andrews was $4,130. i prices '
between Win 5995 tO 4995 .
4 DRAWERS reduced from ,0
pointed up that the two strong An easy way to increase your FAVORITE 0 9
factions of voters in the city family. income is by selling NOON MEAL SPOT IStamaneila's

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:DALLAs (AP-At) 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, when ,jury foreman

the letters "DEATH" with a .. .r.. ; WINN-DIXIE STORES. INC.-COPYRIGHT. l.*4 .
ball point the blank SAV "
pen on pro- f : : -
vCfled, Jack Ruby sat impas- 1
sijely in his jail cellNeither ;, i Only the top grades of U. S. Government a
Ruby.nor anyone else I graded beef wears the
outside the j jury deliberationroom tp tip t UU Dm W-D shield. Placed in temperature
knew whether the 52-year-
I fi I controlled coolers W-D beef U
old former strip joint operator _ _
had been found legally guilty or : 1 1 aged to the very peak of tender, ..
Innocent of the slaying of Preside P flavorful goodness by nature's own .-
it John F. Kennedy's accused process while still fresh.

-assassin: Lee Harvey Os-. ..i-' 1
wald. -
Cess.than an hour later, Ruby ,ii. .
and the world heard Judge Joe BEEPCHUCK '
B.'Brown speak the words "and .jj'i .
assess the penalty at death." STOR ....
Courtroom observers noted that

the defendant impassive.Jack remained. outwardly \ ay. Roast. LB.481
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impassive as the hours, .
and the days, slip by him in IL +gyp. r, ROUND BONE SHOULDER

jail.He plays dominoes and cards Roast. l6. 58 -
by himself. He eats when food
is served and shaves with a
double-edged razor and takes a
shower when so directed. Beltsville TURKEYS POTRoast. 58 .
Only Jack Ruby knows the ANNIVERSARY LB.
Ruby thoughts."Hi .
Phil how are you today Gr. 'A' Quick Frozen BEEF SHORT -
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yer Phil Burleson. The lawyer 4 to 10-lb. Average Ribs 381
visits almost daily. Drawn'/ .u ..
Burleson said Ruby has asked Dressed &
for nothing special since the l' FRESH GROUND DAILY
verdict and has not requestedto Gov't I Inspected .. ,
see anyone but 'his lawyersand G Beef 5 l6.L $195
relatives. _____i Regular 49* a Ib. r. PKG. ; ,, j,
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the appeal and tried to make r !
him understand that it will take SAVE 14* DEEP SOUTH
time," the Dallas attorney com' ;:2.
mented. "Jack seems to feel Jam, 24- 9F
confident that he will get a fair -
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Burleson said Ruby is In good CakeMix3pKGs$1. w -.
health. His mental fame work"is
good as can be expected SAVE 5.2/3* EA DIXIE JUMBO ==
under the circumstances." Stokely -.-..,.-
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Chief jailer E. L. Holman tr 165 . PKGS." Van ((5 rops >t a I Morton M
said Ruby seems calmer now SAVE 6( .. DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON 1 t = ; ::::
than when he was being takento : PORKBEAN FRUIT
and from the courtroom Rolls a-cr.PKG.29/ i
twice daily during the trial.
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man says. "He doesn't give" us Rolls. pKG F65xMExtriTopVilieStiBpi ,
any trouble. He never has. VAN CAMP 1 PINEBREEZE GR. "A" FRESH FlA.
has three adjoining cellsto
himself. A wahking area 12x 11 Pork & Beans Medium EGGS
25 feet fronts on the cell tier. It )
is here that Ruby plays his e APPLE ,
games 300 8 ;
cards on a bare table. ONt 2-LB.FK*.TASTE Steaks O*CCA BREADED u CAN 9 1-,/ 1 2Dot 7 9 1- **PEAS COCONUT. e; .. -. :'JI I
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wave of late winter cold Chicken i Croquettes Detergent GT. BOX 3 9cr :1.
t Itir which surged from Canada GOOD THRU MARCH 2l TAT Y
into the heart of the nation ANY WINN-DIXIE ,
fanned out toward the East 52
Coast today plummeting temperatures SAVE 30 DETERGENT Limit 1 with $5. order or more. 9 r r. ..

Many readings toward the ranging zero mark.from Giant Fab 49 w '
zero to 10 above were reportedin i5IEthaTopVaeShap BOX F
the Midwest and New : I
England.The wrm This COUPON AND PURCHASE OF j jPKCS. '

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days before the official start of AT 'ANY WINN-DIXIE Cons
spring. s3 ,
Spring officially arrives at

9:10 a.m. EST Friday.Temperatures SAVE 8* EACH STOKELY TOMATO 10 1B 39 /,
were below BAG ..1460z. .
freezing from the Dakotas, '
northwestern Nebraska and 51 ErfriT+p the Steps J 4 $1 '
northern Missouri eastward WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE CFX U Ice Cans \
through the central and north- PKae. PAN-REDI FRESH, JUICY SUNKIST

ern Appalachians.Maine Breaded Oysters SAVE 80 EACH CHICKEN OF THE SEA LIGHT MEAT Lemons 2 9 t
was he icebox in New GOOD THRU MARCH 21TAT DOZEN I
England with Millinocket reporting ANY WINN-DIXIE
6 above and Houlton 8. s4 Tuna 4 No.z $1 r 1
Cold waves also struck Western Cans _wT

Maryland, northwestern ....
Virginia and West Virginia.
Snow flurries occured along riwrnl

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beth's husband, Prince Philip, .
gays that it's unfair to make ,. "
fun of British.cooking..
"British food is somethinglike UNSATURATED Save 24* HOUSE Save 24* t j
a small child," he told an 51 El YihieStuHS WELL {}
annual dinner party of the Cookery WITH AND PURCHASE OF j Crisco 3 59 Coffee -
and Food Association. 1i: rtSCO ..
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family it lean 1962 An,was.from families easy$4,130.income$way.920,rose to in is increase 1961.to'by$7,140 In selling your 1947 in ,If u get a sml6 erJer'l hte and sfaHtp far etfettf dtote at.. t'

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4 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 18, 1964


i. : (<&aint5uillto ixn OF The Emperor's, New Suit !I

... 1
J Nrm fork Qfonra THE PATH is pitted with continent, which boasts only struction should be in English

P.. HAK&1SOX. Fr*.Uemt aW By C. L. SULZBERGER paradox. Outside the pal- two other monarchies and from junior high school lev
I .-. r Blifc er. rAT COWLES. Tie rretW SOUTHBy ABBIS ABABA Haile Se ace of this still absolute sovereign where, he admits, socialism els, it is clear he favors a
dui ED JOHNSON. Tic rrcsUeii
:. Florida's Beautiful sad |ExceitiT EtiUri W. G. (BUI) lassie I, elect of God, Kingof two handsome sleepy appeals in many lands. To as- Western democratic system.
I -. EBEKSOLE. VU PretUeml IB* 44- the Kings of Ethiopia lions are tethered as totemsof sert his leadership dream he Nevertheless he is not interested
:.-. 'University City' TcrtUlBf Director BOB TAKTAG- RALPH McGILL conquering lion of the tribe Ethiopia's antique grandeur. acknowledges the need to in rushing this so fast
"= LIONE.. Vie.. Frailest M4 Circmltl *- Pulitzer Fife Wtaiia Pubuau of Judah, is one of the more But not far away downa support those emotional an- that it might upset national
: m Xaaaiu.THE Of tile AtlaaU, (Ga.) c.a.U&au.a astonishing anomalies of the broad avenue, is modernistic ti-colonialist movements that stability and, internationally

nuclear age. Together with "Africa Hall" built by are Africa's greatest politi- be is careful to say nothing f
SUN'S POLICY He Did Hirohito of Japan and the the Emperor in an attemptto cal force. against African socialist ex-

:. 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Iranian Shahinshah!' he is a make Addis Ababa Africa's periments.
: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In- .but only In-editorials last practitioner of the ancient Geneva, headquarters for the YET BE IS unabashedly Although he has marchedfar
:- 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. trade of emperor. continent's economic and political .- grateful for the positive contributions from the absolutist traditions -

The Sun'. All Indeed Now 71, diminutive, spry organizations. made by the con- he inherited, Haile Selas
telephones Departments-372-8441 and youthful despite his se- Although his rule remains tinent's former European sie is still very much an Em

: : Want Ads-376-4672 date imperial manner, he has total, the Emperor talksin overlords, the schools, peror. Perhaps the only creature
I tip GoofSenator ruled this ancient turbulent the accented French he once communications, sanitat ion in the realm that dares

p land 48 years, has foughtin used to denounce Mussoliniof they introduced and even the take liberties with his imperial I
I d -. Federal battle against an invad- leading his realm to the frontiers they imposed.The majesty is a little Pek- '
Pay Defeat Goldwater is quotedas ing army, experienced exile kind of constitutional monar- Emperor pursues an ingnese dog which hops beside .
saying, after learning the and victorious return, was chy practiced in England and intricate, somewhat Byzantine him on the crown-em '
[d :E The federal pay bill defeated. in the Sears, Roebuck and Marion Folsomof results from New Hampshire, both the greatest exponentand Scandinavia. And he likes to policy aiming at goals which, bossed armchair' that is his I'
"I must have goofed some- victim of the slogan "col- his racial linguistic if achieved could service not I
f: :: House would have boosted salaries of Eastman Kodak Co. where." compare working throne.
J lective security," and now medley with that extant in only Ethiopia but all Africa
: nearly 2 million government em He did. He goofed in New seeks to prod his backward Switzerland. during its growing pains. He THE EMPORER concedesthe t

1 ployees. The increases for members The Randall Commission recommended Hampshire. potpourri of subjects into re- Haile Selassie aspires to assume considers it imperative to methods of his select pro

; of Congress, cabinet and sub-cabinet last August that congressional Politics is not an exact science luctant modernity. a guiding role on this gain "final liberation" of all fession have changed andis
pay be boosted from $22,500to but one may be sure Africans "still dominated by desirable. He insists his

J : executives and federal judges have $35,000, pay of cabinet membersbe that a myth died in the snowsof Il"e'I""li foreign,exploitation and con- son, the crown prince, par
attracted the most attention. The raised from the Granite State. For some BELOW OLYMPUS By trol." ticipate increasingly in gov-
$25,000 to
bill called for increases of $10- $50,000 time now, the extreme right But he also warns that ernment but many observersfeel
; and many other officials be increased wing in the country has insisted "memories of past injustice there has been inadequate
? 000 a year for most of these officials. $20,000 to $25,000. The commission that if the voters are should not divert us from the preparation for handing on

pointed out that federal pay for top given a choice between a can- more pressing business at power. The task of transferr

Congress will have difficulty jus people has lagged badly, being outstripped didate standing for progressive hand; we must live in peace ing from imperial absolutismto
I tifying a pay boost to constituents so in instances or liberal policies as dictated with our former colonizers, liberal parliamentary democracy -
many by state by the times, and a con- shunning recrimination and is always immensely
long voters believe
as they are being
and local governments and private servative who will end Social bitterness." difficult. For Ethiopia, with
.1 given far from the whole story on industry.The Security, take the nation out He wishes to "avoid the pit- its retarded take-off point,
congressional income. The practice of the U.N., and eliminate the it is especially complex.
falls of tribalism" and
accept -
of putting relatives on congressional commission income tax, they will choose Haile Selassie is confidenthe
emphasized the the the territorial integrityof
'I" payrolls and the covering-up of expenditures latter. can accomplish the task.
adverse effect of these salary levelson Senator Goldwater ,was en- African, nations as they
of foreign travel funds are lower echelon career employees amored of the myth. He had now exist, even if many fron- While tion forward slowly he pressing is also his with na-
typical of the practices that have tiers were artificially fixed.
whose pay ceilings are determined in proclaimed that the people much
acuity, capitalizing up-
I made voters justifiably suspicious of relation to the pay of superiors.The wanted a choice..not an echo. ,r : He says: "If we are divid- on Ethiopia's unique position
ed ourselves trib-
the full extent of congressional But in New Hampshire, where among on
I pay. vis-a-vis the rest of Africa.
al lines
the senator began as a 3 to we open our doorsto
He aspires to a balancing
commission justified foreign intervention and its
congressional 1 favorite, GOP voters were
Congress would be wise to take role, obtaining for Addis Aba-
increases on the basis of rising given a clear-cut choice. They potentially harmful conse- ba the position of continental -
I : this into account and couple any'sal costs and the unusual expenses invol- didn't take either of the two quences. capital and economic ful

: ary increase with reporting requirements ved in maintaining two homes and campaigners. But they did crum.
;:- that give true and choose (as they did in 1952)) a HAILE SELASSIE eviden-
i' a accurate two offices.
{, Pay of Congress was man whom they had not seen tly wants some version of The success of this inter-
3 picture of the take-home pay of last increased in 1955. campaign and one who was democracy for his peoplebut esting maneuver may ultimately

= congressmen and their relatives. out of the country.AMBASSADOR apart from education, hinge upon how long the
... The House bill called for smaller he is not moving at a precip- Emperor lives. Fortunate
Lodge is itate pace. By accepting massive ly in this age of especially
Few be consider- P
congressmen can increases than were recommended I$vroShxaafu s
by U. S. Peace
: former ambassador to the Corps pres- elder statesmen, he looks
t:i ed objective when it comes to their the Randall Commission in most U.N. He is certainly not a News Item: Cassius Clay to be known as Cassius X! ence and decreeing that in- well.

i own salaries. It is fortunate, therefore instances, substantially smaller. We right-wing conservative. He

J that, objective study of federal believe most of the increases in the has contempt for the Birch- WOULD SELL TVA OR MOVE ITGoldwater's I

1 salary levels is available. President bill can be justified. It is ridiculous, type mentality and for shabbi-

j;. : Kennedy in 1963 appointed an Advisory for example, to be paying the ness of mind or character
secre- wherever it He is
J Panel on Federal Salary Systems tary of defense and other cabinet,of- "Eastern Republican"appears. and, an as Arizona Dam Project I

to study this question. The 11-mem- ficers presiding over departmentswith such, was the vice presidential a/

It ber panel was headed by Clarence multi-billion-dollar budgets no nominee in 1960. Commercial(An tditorlal Appeal in) Hit Memphis highest, Fontana, is 480 feet. money. ,During the most recent electricity in the area supposedly

Randall, former president of the Inland more than $25,000 a year, while the Senator Goldwater entered The more we look at the It is so huge that plans call fiscal year it was 3.285 b e n e fitted. At the
1 Steel Co. It included Gen. Omar State of California alone 135 New Hampshire a heavy 3 to 1 Central Arizona Project (CAP) for this one dam to produce 1- per cent. The formula for same time his name is on CAP
pays favorite. Governor Rockefeller 500,000 kilowats of power. CAP would have called for 3 legislation that skips such
Bradley, Theodore V. Houser I of officials than as compared with the Tennessee any
more this.
t began as a hopeless underdog.His Valley Authority (TVA) That is three times as muchas percent.In taxes.
divorce and remarriagewere the stranger it is to see Sen- comes from Wilson Dam, lieu of taxes, TVA pays Neither TVA nor the CAP
described as a barrier ator Barry Goldwater propos- and 15 times as mu ch as to states and counties 5 per proposal includes tax pay-
U wA w '" impossible,to surmount. Yet ing to break up TVA while TV A's Norris Dam. cent of what it collects from ments to the federal government '

there was no rush to the sen- sponsoring building of CAP. TVA was a comparativelymodest selling electricity, except the
Voice 7T the ator's conservatism.The Wilson Dam installationswere investment of federal power bought for governmentuse. First consideration of TVA

People senator is known to his the original equipment of funds in the welfare of a 're The CAP legislation provides is flood control The dams
: fellow Republicans as a TVA. That dam is still in use gion. It took more than 12 nothing for taxes. hold back winter rains and let

charming, friendly man, but and, by installation of all years for the TVA investment This is one of the strangest the r u n o f f down gradually
.On The Sun's Opinion Page also as a senator who does generators for which it was de- to grow to $400 million. CAP parts of the Goldwater atti- through generators producing
not do his home work on com- signed, it continued to producemore would begin at $1,074,000,000.Both tude. The states and countiesare electricity for people who live
Opinions and comments of Sun readers .,e welcome In the Vole of the People column. Letters mittees and who is appallingly electricity than any oth- TVA and CAP plans collecting more from TVA near and for vast defense in-
I must b* **.*4 end ton the writer address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A Iettershoold uninformed. The voters of er TVA dam. This dam was call for return of the invest- than the private power com- stallations, especially the

.I ..:. Sun not exceed reserves 500 the words right to and reject must any bo letter written or on to only shorten one it side, without of the changing paper. Poetry the cannot be used. The New Hampshire, apparently, surplus property from World ments in power'to the Treas- panies ever paid them. Atomic Energy Commission.With .
I -_ 'Intent writer's meaning or early began to suspect this to War I, put to use by TVA. ury on 50 year schedules, YET GOLDWATER says CAP the big use of the
I be the case. At any rate, while BUT CAPS' basic unit wouldbe which TVA is doing and CAP private ownership of TVA water is for irrigation. In addition

I : The Other Side if the Catholic schools closed thoughtless children or sadis- they rejected the New York an extremely big new dam hopes to do. property would mean a gainin to the fact that this re-
i and the millions of Catholic tic persons and to pick progressive, they went to considerable in the Colorado River. The TVA PAYS INTEREST at tax payments which could gion is dry there is the handi-
1 Of School Aid students took advantage of diseases, including rabies up by trouble to write in Bridge Canyon Dam would be the average rate the government come true only if private own- cap that it is higher than the
their right? I feel that then contact with other diseasedor the name of a progressivefrom 673 feet high, while TVA's has to pay on bond ers took in higher prices for source of water. Almost a

1 EDITOR, Sun: In response the federal government wouldtake stray or wild animals. a neighboring state: Evidently third of the electricity will

}I to Mr. Frank Sole's recent another look at the tre- These dogs ,do make nuisances the great majority of have to be used for pumping
letter to the Sun regarding federal mendous burden taken from of themselves; they run the people of New Hampshireand THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT water uphill, a costly and artificial -
their ( the United States) factor absent from the
aid to parochial schools, and savingsof in front of cars ( I have to are
1 I would like to add a few tax-payers' monies (Protestant dodge enough students with- not yet ready to pull out of '' TVA development.
I too) that the Catholic out the U.N. or turn direction of 'Innocent Item's TVA's WATER is used to
1 points for "the other side of adding dogs), scare DangerBy
1 the question." people are doing in America small children to the point the domestic, foreign or fiscal provide a channel for barges
: that they are afraid to policies of the United States and give its region the ad-
j 1) Mr. Sule states that federal STEVENSONResponsibilities play outside or walk home DAVID LAWRENCE Unions-who really don't have far out of line. When the federal vantage of a reliable channel

aid to any church-sup- from school, knock over garbage members in the lower gradesof government steps in and for waterborne freight. Aside
ported institution is in direct cans, dig holes in gardens But he more and more sounded WASHINGTON The man- 'employment-are pushing establishes a higher minim from freight actually moved
violation of the First Amend- and lawns, sometimesbite like a conversation out of euvers in Congress which hard for such a bill. The um scale, this assists the un- by water there is tremendousvalue
ment of ?the Constitution. This Of Pet Owners people, and have num- "Alice In Wonderland." The could bring on a severe infla- truth is that the wageearnerwho ions in forcing a revision of to the region in the way
is true, and therefore must berless puppies no one wants. voters, exercising free will, tion and break down the'national already has been receiving existing wage scales. the barges force down bt
be corrected. Parents are giv- made a choice of their own. economy are some- $2 an hour-because be or price of rail freIght.
en the right to choose the : I shouldlike Have you ever signed a police times hidden away in a proposed she is supposed to be of higher Whenever, of course, a single The CAP region will have r
school for their child- to answer Mrs. C. T.Brannon's complaint and had the THE REPUBLICAN dilemma legislation that outwardly grade than the m'mfTnum- organized group or the nothing in the way of naviga-

ren. They should also be letter which ap- police call on your neighbors like most complex things, appears to be designed to wage employee-will feel government begins to set tion to show for its construcf
given the right to choose the peared in Voice of the Pea ? If so, and these neighbors is not simple. Mr. Richard serve a beneficial purpose.Do there should be a corresponding wage rates, there is a corres- tion expenses.In .
I ple, Feb. 26. found out who ponding impact on the makingof the valley of the Tennessee
school for their money. In complained Nixon was the choice at the people realize, for advance in pay. It is not
the present situation it is alright Is Mrs. Brannon aware I'm sure they are no end of the eight Eisenhower instance many that the unions are likely that a skilled worker prices to cover such added River millions of dollarsin
: for Catholics to take several that all residents of Gaines- longer speaking to you. People years. He since has been de- asking for the passage by getting $2 an hour will be sa- costs. values have been created in

j million childrens' edu- ville who live in ,trailer do get very irritated about feated in his own home state Congress of a bill which, if tisfied with that wage if, for If the federal minimum the form of recreational opportunities l
cation off the backs of the parks and choose to have being called on by the police of California where he soughtthe enacted, could conceiva- example, the man who wage law affected only the along the lakeshores

public but it is not alright to pets must keep them on even. when there is justification. governorship. He has bly add at least $8 billion a sweeps the floor is to be workers in the minimum- preservation of wild-
take their money along with leashes at all times, or the Since there is no ordinance made himself "available." He year-and possibly several paid $2 an hour, too. Would wage class, the cost of raising life and increase of fish and
1 I them. owners of the parks face loss against letting dogs did well as a New Hampshire billions more-to the current those stenographers who now these workers alone to general usefulness of the area.
run, just what can the police write-in. But should' not be receive week be These are, in a manner of
of their license? I dp not of American business $80 a con- $2 an hour would mean an
2)) No, Mr. Sule I don'tfeel do? They can pick the expenses ex- speaking, a gift from the business
know whether this is a city or up over-looked that the man and inevitably force tent to get the same pay as tra cost of around $8 billiona ;
I Catholics are being dis- pet as a nuisance you say. whom the Granite State citizens office in wholesale electricity ;
ordinance boys?
county or state law, prices upward to absorb such year to business. But when
criminated against by not re- but I do know that if we as Now, Mrs. Brannon, have really troubled to writein costs? the wages of the higher-paid conducted by TVA. That is to
j ceiving federal appro- pet owners living in trailer you ever had a neighbor was the vice presidential But what are the general groups also are to boosted say money from electricity
priations. However, I left parks can keep our animals child's pet picked up to be nominee on Mr. Nixon's ticket Although in a free enter- effects? The AFL-CIO says the new total provides whatever expense
-. public school five years ago confined then owners of pets destroyed? People become -not Mr. Nixon himself. This prise-system the government, all this would increase pur- expense would confronting TVA has for these purposes
and well remember, as a Ca- in the city can too. My dog very defensive about their plain fact will not be lost on except in wartime, isn't supposed chasing power. Unfortunately, be increased by billions of and repays the Treasury for
practices has been confined since she pets, and it is a subject that the Republican professionals.One to fix wages or prices however, many employerswill dollars more. the investment.
Z was a puppy with no ill effects can turn a lovely neighbor- would say that attent- Congress is being urgedto find themselves unableto SINCE TVA was designed,

C Protestant Bible and reciting to her nor any problems hood into a lovely mess. ion increasingly will turn to raise the minimum wage afford the higher wage BUT, IT, WILL be asked however, the formula has been
T" Protestant prayers daily and for the neighbors. Dogs allowed to run wild Pennsylvania's Governor throughout the country from costs. Prices would have to what of the low-wage earn-, changed. In financing CAP
.- once a week going to assembly do not make very good chil Scranton. It is an inelegant the rate of $1.25 an hour to go up. This could mean less ers? Should they be a value has been assigned to
:: to sing Protestant songs. Ideally, people should con- dren's pets. They come home phrase, but, as the boys say, $2. On the surface this looks business and hence fewer of their increase? The depraved these purposes. Almost $40
trol their pets so that there jobs in the :end.'EMPLOYERS million is assigned to
filthy covered with ticks, "He has fewer sores on him. like an inconsequential item. is that if recreation
3)) You
state Mr. Sule, "Fe- Congress will
deral aid to Catholic institutions would be no need for a leash lice and fleas. Have you ever .If the Lodge campaign catcheson Also, who doesn't sympathizewith undertake wage control and fish and wildlife care,
law. However, in a city the it cannot be which is moreover, and to area redevelopment.
seen a man who has a ignored. He the objective, forbid further
would increasesin
make the
-_ with children in taxpayers public- size of Gainesville (and 50,- good hunting dog allow that is the only man, so far, to help in the "War on say they would be compelledto wages any in other grades of is This is an amount which
schools 000 people phis 15,000 studentsis dog to run? Of course not; to have had a really kind word Poverty" and give a better introduce more and more employment the subtracted from the costs
to ,
pay money support a city) there are bound to u m to be repaid by sale of
he irri-
realizes from the
his the unskilled
investment in country squire at wage to man yof
schools take could
whose machinery the
principals they placeof wage readily be raised
be people who will not be responsible gation water and
responsibility toward that Gettysburg, cattle-rancher Ei workers who are in the electricity.
might not eve in". This and this too gradually and benefits givento TVA
enough to do this. employees, is repaying similar
senhower. Mr. Nixon
also of ? expenses
re- lower grades employment
is a good reason why there dog.The would cut down the the deserving workers. But
It ,is far easier to let a dog mains in contention. numberof which might be trans-
7 are Catholic schools as Catholic run than to clean up his run best solution I can available jobs and add to since Congress win not tack- lated to say that the
:. see is this leash law. If it Ahead are the Oregon and BUT TO MOVE a person le the price of
tax-payers are having area and to exercise him every California unemployment.The wageandpricecontrolissue electricity in the Tennessee
primaries. The hatter 40-hour week froma
; to pay money to support day. deters those people who working a across the board, thereis project these
schools whose principals Mrs. Brannon speaks of would not be responsible enough state will vote in June. rate of $1.25 an hour, or $50a unions are often confronted only economic trouble in the Arizona pays bills while

they don't believe in. freedom for our pets to run- to keep their pets at The extreme Birch-type wing week to $2 an hour, or $80a with the argumentby ahead for the nation.A are a subsidy from project, they
.. 4)) Finally Mr. Sule, your in a city, this is their free- home from acquiring pets is strong in that state. Mr. week doesn't affect just management that,,becausethe dangerous inflationary tion's taxpayers. the na
state "Public schools then it seems to me it would Nixon not so long ago described those particular individuals.It non-unlon'plants maintain, trend be if'
are pla2 dom; to be poisoned by can anticipated the It seems to us that if
ced at the disposal of every- contaminated foods or rat poison serve a very worthwhile pur It remains them as "kooks and nuts. means an overhauling ofvirtually ,, lower wage' costs' and lower innocent-looking increase In seems good to Senator Gold-CAP
to be
one." This is almost comical. to be maimed or killed pose. seen whether the entire wage- prices, union ,negotiators minimum wages from $50 to water TVA would
Senator Goldwater seem much
= What would happen tomorrow by cars, to be mistreated by ,i MRS. ARLENE REMINGTON dream boy. still their structure. should not 'force the scales $80 a week for unskilled better if only it were in Arm
r This is why the AFL-CIO upward and make them too workers is adopted.

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4 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 18, 1964 ,11I


f I$ i ; (Sameswlk Stm OF The Emperor's-I- New Suit II

: Hm fork mlmt THE PATH is pitted with continent, which boasts only struction should be in English

f JOtoC B. HAKKISO.V. PretMcnt .MrmklUlieri By C. L SULZBERGER paradox. Outside the pal- two other monarchies and from junior high school levels -

r PAT COWUSS. Vte fretf4ent SOUTHBy ABBIS ABABA Haile Se- ace of* this still absolute sovereign .where, he admits, socialism it is clear he favors a
I | ED JOHNSON. Tie FreiUut lassie I, elect of God Kingof two handsome sleepy appeals in many lands. To as- Western democratic system. I
.\ S Florida's Beautiful And ExecmUT EdlUrj W. G.and(Bill A )- the Kings of Ethiopia, lions are tethered as totemsof sert his leadership dream he Nevertheless he is not inter-
EBEBSOLE. Vie. President
I Tertlsinf DirccUri BOB TAKTAGLIONE. conquering lion of the .tribeof Ethiopia's antique grandeur. acknowledges the need tosupport ested in rushing this so fast

; University. City' TI.. PrtiUent ant Clreula- Pklitier RALPH Fuse Winning McGILL rvblisber Judah is one of the more But not far away, downa. those emotional an that it might upset national

i. (.. K aaafer. Of lbs Atlanta (G*.) CwutltiUM astonishing anomalies of the .broad avenue is modernistic ti-colonialist movements that stability and, internationally,

nuclear age. Together with "Africa Hall" built by are Africa's greatest political he is careful to say nothing .:

; THE SUN'S POUCY He Did Hirohito of Japan and the the Emperor in an attemptto force. against African socialist ex ,

Iranian Shahinshah, he is a make Addis Ababa Africa's periments. '1
: 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. last practitioner of the ancient Geneva, headquarters for thecontinent's YET HE IS unabashedly Although he has marched '
: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In--but only in-editorials
trade of emperor. economic and political grateful for the positive con- far from the absolutist traditions !-
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.
Indeed Now 71, diminutive, spry organizations. tributions made by the con- he inherited, Haile Selas

I : The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 and youthful despite his sedate Although his rule remains tinent's former European sie is still very much an Em )

: Want Ads-376-4672 imperial manner, he has total, the Emperor_talksin overlords, the schools, peror. Perhaps the only crea:
ruled this ancient turbulent the accented French he ,once communications, sanitat ion ture in the realm that dares
.5 _ _ _ GoofSenator r.
land 48 years has foughtin used to denounce Mussoliniof they introduced and even the take liberties with his imperial ,

\ battle against an invading leading his realm to the frontiers they imposed.The majesty is a little Pek- !' \

1ft I Federal Pay Defeat Goldwater is quotedas army experienced exile kind of constitutional monarchy Emperor pursues an ingnese dog which hops be-

;! saying, after learning the and victorious return, was practiced in England and intricate, somewhat Byzantine side him on the crown-em-

; results from New Hampshire, both the greatest exponentand Scandinavia. And he likes to policy aiming at goals which, bossed armchair that is his II
: The federal pay bill defeated in the Sears, Roebuck and Marion Folsomof "I must have goofed somewhere victim of the slogan "col- compare his racial linguistic if achieved, could service not working throne.

House would have boosted salaries of Eastman Kodak Co. ." lective security," and now medley with that extant in only Ethiopia but all Africa

2 million government em- He did. He goofed in New seeks to prod his backward Switzerland. during its growing pains. He THE EMPORER concedes
nearly The Randall Commission recom- Hampshire. potpourri of subjects into reluctant Haile Selassie aspires to assume considers it imperative to the methods of his select pro- I

ployees. The increases for members mended last August that congressional Politics is not an exact science modernity. a guiding role on this gain "final liberation" of all fession have changed andis

I of Congress, cabinet and sub-cabinet pay be boosted from $22,500to but one may be sure Africans "still dominated by desirable. He insists his

I that a myth died in the snows foreign exploitation and con- son, the crown prince, participate -
; executives and federal judges have $35,000, pay of cabinet membersbe of the Granite State. For some BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi trol." increasingly in gov- '

,ti I attracted the most attention. The raised from $25,000 to $50,000and time now, the extreme right But he also warns that ernment but many observersfeel

t pay bill called for increases of $10- many other officials be increased wing in the country has in- \. ; "memories of past injustice there has been inadequate

= 000 a year for most of these officials. $20,000 to $25,000. The commission sisted that if the voters are should not divert us from the preparation for handing on
given a choice between a can- more pressing business at power. The task of transferring -
Ml pointed out that federal pay for top didate standing for progressive hand; we must live in peace from imperial absolutism ;,

I' Congress will have difficulty jus- people has lagged badly, being out or liberal policies as dictated with our former colonizers, to liberal parliamentary dem- I

: tifying a pay boost to constituents soT stripped in many instances by state by the times, and a con- shunning recrimination and ocracy is always immensely

long as voters believe they are being and local governments and private servative who will end Social I bitterness." difficult. For Ethiopia, with

y 1 t"given; far from the whole story on industry.The Security, take the nation out He wishes to "avoid the pit- its retarded take-off point, .
; of the U.N., and eliminate the it is especially complex.
congressional income. The practice falls of tribalism" and accept -
: income tax, they will choose Haile Selassie is confidenthe j'
'? of putting relatives on congressional commission emphasized the the latter. the territorial integrityof can accomplish the task. J .

payrolls and the covering-up of expenditures adverse effect of these salary levelson Senator Goldwater was en- African nations as they While slowly pressing his nation -
.. now exist, even if many fron-
of foreign travel funds are lower echelon career employees amored of the myth. He had tiers were artificially fixed. forward he is also, with

typical of the practices that have whose pay ceilings are determined in proclaimed that the people He says: "If we are divid- much acuity, capitalizing up-

l made voters justifiably suspicious of relation to the pay of superiors.The wanted a choice..not an echo. 1 ed among ourselves on tribal on Ethiopia's unique position
But in New Hampshire, where ( vis-a-vis the rest of Africa.

!ft .: the full extent of congressional pay. the senator began as a 3 to % foreign lines we intervention open our and doorsto its He aspires to a balancing

commission justified congres- 1 favorite, GOP voters were potentially harmful conse role obtaining for Addis Aba-

Congress would be wise to take sional increases on the basis of rising given a clear-cut choice. They ba the position of continental -

and salary costs and the unusual didn't take either of the two quences. capital and economic fulcrum. -
this into account couple any expenses invol-
increase with reporting require ved in maintaining two homes and campaigners. But they did HAILE SELASSIE eviden- :: .
1 choose did in
(as they 1952)
)' that true and two offices. Pay of I tly wants some version of The success of this inter-
ments give a accur- Congress was man whom they had not seen
for his esting maneuver ultim-
democracy may
ate picture of the take-home pay of last increased in 1955. campaign and one who was how the
apart from education, ately hinge upon long
congressmen and their relatives. out of the country.AMBASSADOR he is not moving at a precipitate Emperor lives. Fortunately -

The House bill called for smaller pace. By accepting mas- in this age of especiallyelder

1,1,1 1/ Few congressmen can be considered increases than were recommended by former ambassador Lodge to is the a .tW s sive U. S. Peace Corps pres- statesmen, he looks

t objective when it comes to their the Randall Commission in most U.N. He is certainly not a News Item: Cassius Clay to be known as Cassius X! ence and decreeing that in- well.

own salaries. It is fortunate, there- instances, substantially smaller. We right-wing conservative. He

I fore, that objective study of federal believe most of the increases in the has contempt for the Birch-
type mentality and for shabbi-
salary levels is available. President bill can be justified. It is ridiculous, ness of mind or character COLORED NEWSB. Floral Court No. 54 of Pallbearers Hopewell Baptist-Choir No. I I

J Kennedy in 1963 appointed an Advisory for example, to be paying the secretary wherever it appears. He is an Lodge will meet Fridayat 2 will have its rehearsal today,

j Panel on Federal Salary Systems of defense and other cabinet of- "Eastern Republican" and, as 8 p.m. at the regular meeting 8 p.m.

to study this question. The 11-mem- ficers presiding over departmentswith such, was the vice presidential F. Childs, Colored News Editor 'place. Mrs. Mattie Mallory, re-I Mt. Carmel Baptist Youth

I headed Clarence multi-billion-dollar nominee in 1960. Miss Mary Scriven, of Miami porter. Forum today, ::30 p.m. and also !-
,. ber panel was by budgets no NOTICE I Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will have

Randall, former president of the Inland more than $25,000 a year, while the Senator Goldwater entered The Ministers and 'I passed through Gainesville yes their joint rehearsal, 8 p.m.;
New Hampshire a heavy 3 to 1 Union No.2, terday en route to visit at the.
S Steel Co. It included Gen. Omar State of California alone pays 135 SPECIAL NOTICE and there will be Teachers'Meeting
favorite. Governor Rockefeller Suwannee Progressive Baptist Florida A & M University, at'
I Theodore V. Houser of officials than this. The Youth Progressive Choirs tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Bradley, more I'
began as a hopeless underdog.His Association, will convene at the: Tallahassee.Fred '
Union will meet at the Hopewell Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs.
divorce and remarriagewere Shiloh Missionary Baptist Jones, of Clearwater,
Church with Rev. W. J. Esther Hamm .
Baptist Q. reporter.St.
described as a barrier Church with Rev. N. A. Jackson, passed through the UniversityCity
I impossible to surmount. Yet, pastor, March 27-29, at High yesterday en route to Jack Taylor, pastor, today at 8 p.m. Paul C.M.E. Morning
Ii Jerome Scott Mrs. 11 and evening
president; worship, a.m.;
there was no rush to the sen sonville.
Voice of the ator's conservatism.The The official staff is as follows:I Mrs. Katie Mae Sims returned! Gladys Johnson, reporter. worship Mt. Olive, 6:30 Primitive p.m. Baptist- ,

People senator is known to his Rev. N. A. Jackson, president;j hre yesterday from Washington. \
NOTE OF THANKSMrs. School 9:30
Sunday : a.m.; morn'l
D. C.. where she called
fellow Republicans as a J. L. Middle ton. vice president: was
Natley Bryant and family ing worship, 11 a.m.; and evening ;
but J .L. recording secre- because of business.
charming, friendly man, Curry,
wish to thank friends for acts worship, 6 p.m. Rev. H.
I :: f>n The Sun's Opinion also as a senator who does tary; Deacon Dennis Weeks,
Page: of kindness shown during her KInsey, pastor.
do his home work Dea-
not corresponding secretary
on committees ;
\ illness in both the hospital and Spring Hill Baptist Sunday
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome In the Vole of the People column. Letters and who is appallingly con Gus Washington, treasurer; HAWTHORNE NEWS at home. Mrs. Natley Bryant School, 10 a.m.; morning worship -
: must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will .. withheld if requested. A letter should uninformed. The voters of Deacon J. L. Lee union super- PROGRAM PLANNEDThe and and
family. 11 a.m., evening worship -
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the poper. Poetry cannot be used. The New Hampshire, apparently, intendent; Mrs. Catherine Lee, ,
I Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or early began to suspect this to concert conductor; Mrs. D. C. Youth Community Choir 6:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis
: intent. ALACHUA NEWS pastor Mrs. Catherine Mc-
: from Flemington will render a ;
be the case. At any rate, while Wright, pianist; Mrs. Lola Lee,
musical at the Galilee reporter.
chairman of enrollment program
: The Other Side if the Catholic schools closed thoughtless children or sadistic they rejected the went New York Rev. C. Crawford, Bible committee Baptist Church on Sunday, The St. Matthew Baptist Friendship Baptist Sunday
progressive, they con- ;
and the millions of Catholic persons, and to pick up March 22. Sponsored by the lay Church wishes to thank the different -School, 9:30 ajn.; morning worship -
teacher and Deacon J. C. Crawford
siderable trouble to write in -
I Of School Aid students took advantage of diseases, including rabies, by ; men. Claude Howard, reporter. churches and also friendsfor 11 a.m.; and evening wor-
the of reporter.
their right? I feel that then contact with other diseasedor name a progressivefrom their cooperation during the ship, 7 p.m. Rev. D. E. White,
The official staff of the Wom-
a neighboring
I the federal government would stray or wild animals. church's 54th anniversary which pastor.
: EDITOR, Sun: In response
the of en's Department is as follows:
take another look at the tremendous These dogs do make nuisances dently, great majority SPECIAL NOTICEThe was successful.The I Pilgrim Rest Church of Christin
to Mr. Frank Sule's recent the people of New Hampshireand Mrs. C. W. Wright, president; '
I burden taken from of total raised No. 1 School
themselves was Unity Sunday ,
they money
I ; run
letter to the Sun regarding federal Mrs. Lola Lee
United vice-president
the States ,
( ) ;
their shoulders and savingsof in front of cars ( I have to are auxiliary of the American $258.00. Rev. J. L. Middleton,' 10 a.m.;; and afternoon worship,
aid to parochial schools, to of Mrs. M. L. Crawford, recording
not yet ready pull out
tax-payers' monies (Pro- dodge Legion Post 306 is sponsoringa 3:30 Elder Rufus Arm-
enough students with- pastor. p.m.
I .I would like to add a few the U.N. or turn direction of secretary; Mrs. E. P. Washington -
testant, too) that the Catholic out adding dogs), scare banquet at the Recreation strong, pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall,
; points for "the other side of the domestic, foreign or fiscal corresponding secretary;
people are doing in America small children to the point Center, on Thursday, March 19, CLUB ORGANIZESThe reporter.
the Mrs. R. B. chairman of
question. of the United States Jones
( that they are afraid to policies in celebration of the 45th anniversary 6th grade class organizedat Shady Grove Primitive Bap
today.LOUISE the enrollment committee and
to the senator from An-
'u 1)) Mr. Sule states that federal STEVENSONResponsibilities play outside or walk home over He them choice. :Mrs. Saidie Jackson, treasurer.J. ; of the American Legion. the Williams Elementary tist The choir and ushers will

aid to any church-sup- from school, knock over gar- zona.But he more gave and more a sounded C. Crawford, reporter. This banquet is being givenin School a Junior Science Club meet jointly today, 8 p.m.
ported institution is in direct bage cans, dig holes in gar- the interest of the Crippled and the officers are as follows:!
like conversation out of
-violation of the First Amend- dens and lawns, sometimesbite "Alice a In Wonderland." The Children's Hospital. Shewin Henry, president; EdithD. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt.

,ment of the Constitution. Thisis Of Pet Owners people, and have numberless There will be a donation of Bryant, vice president; Ber- P lea s ant Methodist .
exercising free will SLATES MEETING ,
true, and therefore must puppies no one wants. $1. The public is invited. R. nadette D. Rivers, secretary; Choir No. 2 will have its re-
made a choice of their own. Prince Hall No. 1 will
:be corrected. Parents are giv- EDITOR Sun: I shouldlike Lodge Ezell, post commander, Mrs.C. Cynthia Cook, assistant secretary -h e a r s a I tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. t
en the right to choose the Have you ever signed a police meet at the Bell's Nursery Strong, president of the auxiliary ; Frank D. Coleman treasurer -Edell Turner, president; Rich-
to answer Mrs. C. T.Brannon's complaint and had the THE REPUBLICAN dilemma School, on NW 7th Terrace, to-
: -school for their child- ; Sulmane D. Duncan, ard Parker, organist. The Commission -
letter which appeared police call on your neighbors like most complex things, day at 7:30 p.m. I
I ;ren. They should also be chaplain; Carolyn Wilcox, business on Education and
in Voice of the People ? If so, and these neighbors is not simple. Mr. Richard
I -given the right to choose the manager; Kathy Long Church School Staff will meet :
school: for their money. In Feb. 26. found out who complained Nixon was the choice at the MEN'S DAY assistant business manager; Friday, 7:30 p.m. J. Franklin I

the present situation it is al- Is Mrs. Brannon aware I'm sure they are no end of the eight Eisenhower CARD OF THANKS and Kathy Long, assistant re Jones, Jr., Church School super- .

right for Catholics to take se- that all residents of Gainesville longer speaking to you. People years. He since has been defeated The family of Ernest Everett Men's Day will be observedat porter. Sheila Ann Nealy, re intendent; V. L. Trapp, Chair- !
l do get very irritated about in his home state wish to thank friends for the Mt. Moriah
veral million childrens education who live in trailer own our Baptist porter. man of Commission on Educa- :
off the backs of the parks and choose to have being called on by the police, of California where he soughtthe their acts of kindness shown Church on March 22. tion. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pas
even when there is justification. governorship. He has during our bereavement. Mrs. The schedule of services is as \\j
: public; but it is not alright to pets must keep them on MEETING SUCCESSFULThe
with Since there is no ordi- made himself "available." He Amanda Goins, sister, and other -follows: tor.New (
I take their money along leashes at all times, or the district rally meeting of Hope Baptist Sunday
them. owners of the parks face loss nance against letting dogs did well as a New Hampshire relatives. Mrs. F. D. Shannon During the morning worshipat the Jerusalem Baptist Association -School with Superintendent E.
run, just what can the policedo write-in. But it should not be reporter.IN 11 a.m., Mr. Bennett of Ed- '
of their i license? I do not was held at the Mt. Mo L. Strain in charge, 10 a.m.; .
2) No. Mr. Sule I don'tfeel ? They can pick up the over-looked that the man ward Waters College, from
know whether this is a city or nab Missionary Baptist,Church morning worship, 11 a.m.; and
i Catholics are being discriminated pet as a nuisance whom the Granite State citizens Jacksonville will be the
you say. prin-
county ordinance or state law, with Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor, evening worship, 7 p.m. Rev. J.
against by not re but I do know that if we as Now, Mrs. Brannon, have really troubled to writein MEMORIAM cipal speaker; and Rev. Hen- and was successful Rev. T. D. H. Phillips, pastor; Mrs. Bessie -

1 ceiving federal appro- pet owners living in trailer you ever had a neighborchild's was the vice presidential In memory of Sam White who derson, pastor, and congre- Davis, moderator; Deacon B. Mae Wesley, reporter, (Wil-

priations. However, I left parks can keep our animals pet picked up to be nominee on Mr. Nixon's ticket departed this life March 18, 1963. gation from the St Peters Bap- T. Lyons, reporter. liston.)

1 public school five years ago confined then owners of petsin destroyed? People become not Mr. Nixon himself. This We loved you, but God loved tist Church will conduct a joint

: ,and well remember, as a Ca- the city can too. My dog very defensive about their plain fact will not be lost on you best. Mrs. Susie White, wife, service at 3 pjn. Rev. L. A.!

.tholic, discriminatory prac- has been confined since she pets, and it is a subject that the Republican professionals.One and family. Tillman, pastor; Mrs. J. Gain- U Thant Defines

flees e. g., the reading of the was a puppy, with no ill effects tan turn a lovely neighbor- would say that attent- -. eym, reporter.

; Protestant Bible and reciting to her, nor any prob- hood into a lovely mess. ion increasingly will turn to

\ ,Protestant prayers daily and lems for the .neighbors. Dogs allowed to run wild Pennsylvania's Governor PERSONALSMiss I

;once a week going to assem- do not make very good chil- Scranton. It is an inelegant Betty Jean Thompson, AILING IN HOSPITALMrs. Cyprus Principles

;,bly to sing Protestant songs. Ideally, people should control dren's pets. They come home phrase, but, as the boys say, of Raleigh, spent the past week- .
their pets so that there filthy, covered with ticks, "He has fewer sores on him." end at Williston with Miss Domia Rosa M. Johnson-Dunn -
3)) You state Mr. Sule institutions "Fe- would be no need for a leash lice and fleas. Have you ever If the Lodge campaign catcheson Mae Jones. Mrs. Bessie M. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Junior By WILLIAM N. OATIS internal affairs of Cyprus.

deral aid to Catholic law. However, in a city the seen a man who has a it cannot be ignored. He Johnson, reporter.Mr. Johnson of Gainesville, and a UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. -should not use its arms to

with would children make the in taxpayers size of Gainesville (and 50- good hunting dog allow that is the only man, so far, and Mrs. James A. Ben- former citizen here, is a patientin CAP) -Secretary-General U disarm Greek or Turkish Cyp-

to public 000 people plus 15,000 studentsis dog to run? Of course not; to have had a really kind word nett and son, Joe, all of Albany, the Rockwill Hospital at Co Thant says the "terms of refer riots.

.schools pay whose money support a city) there are bound to he realizes his investment in from the country squire at Ga., were visiting here yester coa.Mrs. ence" of the U.N. Cyprus force -Should only fire in self-de

.schools principals they be people who will not be responsible and responsibility toward that Gettysburg cattle-rancher Eisenhower Dunn's friends are askedto are no problem. He alone will fense.

"might not believe in". This enough to do this. Mr. Nixon also remains day.Miss Mary H. Thomas and wire, call or visit her. Mrs. issue directives and he won't -Should cooperate with but
; "is a good reason why there It is far easier to let dog.The F. D. Shannon
a dog in contention. reporter. them with remain
both of
Catholic schools Ca- best solution I can Miss Carrie Simmons, negotiate any govern independent of the U.N.
are as run than to clean
"tholic tax-payers are havingto area and to up his run see is this leash law. If it Ahead are the Oregon and Deland, who have been visiting ment. A mediator who is to try to work
to exercise him every deters those people who California primaries. The latter Miss Simmons' relatives here A spokesman said Tuesday out a political settlement between

schools: pay whose money support day. would not be responsible en- state will vote in June. for the past two weeks, left yes- WILLISTON NEWS night Thant has already sent Greek and Turkish Cyp-
principals Mrs. Brannon
speaks of ough to keep their pets at The extreme Birch-type wing terday for their home. NOTE OF SYMPATHY the commander of the U.N. riots.
.they: don't believe in. freedom for
4)) Finally, Mr. Sule, you lnacitythlsisthelr our pets to run- home from acquiring pets, is strong in that state. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ed- Friends in Williston sympathize peace force a set of principlesfor Thant's spokesman said the
..state "Public schools then it seems to me it would Nixon not so long ago described wards and daughter, Carolyn deeply ,with Mrs. Claronelle the force assembling on the secretary-general had reservedthe
are pla- to be
:ced at the of ; poisoned by serve a very worthwhile pur them as "kooks and nuts." all of Nashville, Tenn., arrived Smith-Griffin in the Mediterranean island. right to issue directives per
disposal contaminated foods
This every- or rat poison pose. It remains to be seen whether here yesterday from Washing- death of her father, Virgil SmithSr. Diplomatic sources said Thant sonally because of "the purely
is almost comical.
.one. to be maimed It
or killed Senator Goldwater is still their Edwards' relatives for a fort- ., of Gainesville. Mrs. BessieM. decreed that the force: international character and responsibilities

rat would happen tomorrow by cars, to be mistreated by MRS. ARLENE REMINGTON dream boy. night. _ Wesley, reporter. -Should not interfere in the of the force." .. i;

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t Wednesday, March 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5

I{addressed crowds, shook hands to the South Viet Nam govern- Our Gracious Host

ijPrice j of TV Sets to Rise In The I I I and greeted children. ment "for as long as it is required Presents TONIGHT'S DINNER SPECIALNew

Was he warming up as to bring Communist aggression -
some speculation had it to and terrorism under

With UHF Tuner Addition CapitolPRESIDENTIAL I mate be President in November Johnson's? running control." :i'ttsRHRIMP' : CREOLE S8e

The White House announcedthis .
I No, said a Defense Depart- Tuesday after Secretary of TOMORROW'S
'f Ntw fork QJte a ship from his factory a tele- ure where it has been forced to SECURITY: ment spokesman Tuesday, Mc- Defense Robert S. McNamaraand Complete Luncheon f. .
j it By JACK GOULD vision set that only receives compete directly with channels Rep. Gerald R. Ford, a member Namara has not caught the political Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor,
ij NEW YORK A noble experiment channels 2 through 13. The receiver -2 through 13. These channelsare of the commission investi- bug. chairman of the Joint Chiefs of 1KI GAINESVILLE
.1 which no one can be must also be equipped to know as very high frequency -gating the assassination of Staff, reported to the National BAKED
certain will work is about to be pick up channels 14 through 83. television.A President John F. Kennedy, Security Council on their fact- Tli L' MEATLOAF
underwritten by the general Installation of the new tuner U.H.F. station often does says the inquiry may turn up VIET NAM: The United finding mission to the Commu 1 58cT
public to the tune of millions of means that sometime this sum- not cover the same large area'ideas for improving the protection States has pledged full support nist-threatened country.
dollars over the coming years.It mer or early fall the cost of all as a V.H.F. station and besidesit of American presidents. .* Creole Sauce
I String Bean
could happen in only one TV sets will increase. The con- may cost a viewer another $25 The Michigan Republicansaid Salad .
place: television. sumer's stake in the changeover -for[ a converter and perhapsstill in a statement Tuesday S Harvard Beets Spanish Onion* Servo ,
Fret Win Your Salad
In a matter of weeks the in- can be judged tentativelyfrom more for a special aerial the commission, headed by QUICK Hot Roll & Butter
dividual citizen will begin his the current list prices of a The technical isolation of Chief Justice Earl Warren, is Hot Coffee or Iced Tea
I enforced contribution to the ex- major manufacturer. There is a U.H.F. from television's main- scrutinizing presidential security 'l Your Second Cup of Coffee or 'Iced Tea
pansion of the television indus$30 difference in price between stream has put channels 14 measures. Is Always FREE

try with no assurance that be the model designed for channels I through 83 at a disadvantage in Ford expressed hope the com
II will benefit personally. And it 2 through 13 and the model for I getting the programs that win mission would complete its
;;| may be 1975 or even later be- channels 2 through 83. Mass production 'audiences which, in turn, might work and make its ,report to
fore he knows whether Congress of the all channel tun- encourage more U.H.F. stations. President Johnson early in the R \mi
compelled him to pay for a consumer er will lower the price later. The government, having set summer. CAFETERIA
/ item he never had an Why the extraordinary step? out to save U.H.F. as a neces- ap kt 11:30 axr to 2:05 =
't} opportunity to use. The purpose of the allchannellaw sary obligation to assure the nlunch 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m.p.m.
The case constitutes a clas- is to build up over a periodof medium's growth, will be oper- North Main Street
l' sic test of the power of govern- years at least the techni- ating under pressure. If chan- Some traveling: GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
ment to resolve a battling engineering cal availability of an audiencefor nels 14 through 83 do not come through South Viet Nam with Air Conditioned Open Doily Sunday i
:I and economic problem stations functioning on chan- alive reasonably soon, influen- the of defense Free Parking
I on which free enterprise broadcasting nels 14 through 83. If new sets tial members of Congress have I secretary Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491
thought they were seeing a new
jj decided to pass. Wash- equipped to receive these chan- made it clear they may demand Robert S. McNamara.The 58c SPECIALS Daily Mon. thru Sat.
i' ington's challenge has been likened nels gradually supplant present squeezing in a few more stations reserved Pentagon chief BY THE BAGFUL .

I to producing the chicken receivers designed only for between channels 2 --- --
i and the egg simultaneously in a channels 2 through 13, there will through 13Forgovernment. I
chilly brooder. It could be an be an incentive to start new to put a Potential

understatementYet stations.In i long range social good EASTER IDEAS FOR DAD
I the power has been in- short, Congress and the ahead of temporary economic -
voked on grounds of unquestioned -Federal Communications Com- hardship does not happen every
social importance: How to mission decided to try to force day and if television is to flower -
f enlarge the diversity of service by legislation what the public the medium certainly can-
i fg"' of the television screen? On the and broadcasters showed scant not stand as it is. And, like it ALWAYS RRST QUALITY* f OR M OMAdlpnna
answer will turn the usefulnessof interest in doing voluntarily: or not, the consumer will haveto
the national communications broadening television's oppor- pay the cost of the experiment I

,, medium for perhaps genera- tunity. because there is a hidden per- I
tions to come, especially in the Between channels 14 and 83, suasive weapon. Assuming he I
field of educational television.The known as ultra high frequency needs a new set, he cannot
experiment, certain to be television, lies the only avail have any TV without chippingin.
n as controversial as it is intri- able room for a substantial in- And if the U.H.F. stations
guing, begins on April 30. On crease in the number of sta eventually do prosper, it could
that date, under a law passed tions. be a bargain, which is the gov- f n-
by Congress in June, 1962, no But this far U.H.F. television ernment's prayer for the fu ..._c.:;.;.;. ;.:.:::...
( manufacturer is permitted toIf has been largely a financial fail- ture.


If 3 Radio Station WQXR Defies NAB,

Says It'll Air Liquor Commercials

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i f Ntm lurk tUWJI 50,000 watts power on a clear Amendment in 1933 the liquor

NEW YORK Radio station channel to accept commercialsfor industry has frowned on radio 1.MM..:,..,..... //f: (
lest '' ''
WQXR, owned by the New York liquors. advertising whisky com- k '
I Eliot M. Sanger Sr., execu- mercials reach a mixed family l\lif' '
Times, has notified advertis- \ I I r tt '
ing agencies that it is willing to tive, vice president and general audience and arouse "dry" t.... I \
of WQXR, confirmedthat groups in various sections of the l
broadcast advertising for whis-, manager I 7))
ky and other hard liquors after the step was taken over the country. .
10:30 o'clock at protests of the distilled spirits ;
nightI Sanger said that the institute f .;
G I The outlet is believed to be the institute. had appealed to what it called I 1

r first station in the country of Since repeal of the 18thII "the tiffany of _radio" not to sean i : t'f 7
example which might have I
nation wide repercussions. ., .. ., ,: ty,1r rt S
t FEC Strike Disagreement Howard H. Bell, director of I 1 A
II the code authority of the National .
Association of Broadcasters, i : .. c rI

i! Topic of WUFT Program said instituting that the an Times"unwise station policy"which was: ;

t The bitter clash between management -'ment between the railway's could give new ammuni-
and labor that has management and the non operating -tion to dry forces. fi fl

I evolved from the Florida East unions that has sparked WQXR is not a subscriber to i I I It r;) ? ,
Coast Railway strike will be investigated trouble in Jacksonville, Miami, the N.A.B. code. Section 5 of the .. "
on "At Issue" tonight Cape Kennedy and New Smyrna -code, the industry's general advertising Ji S
at 9:30 on television station Beach. standards, reads as follows -. : :i

WUFT Channel Entitled "The Railroad War," : "The Advertising<< of hard # I
(_ p .. 3t. .e
The half hour National <
weekly -
the program: will feature on- liquor (distilled spirits) is not
al Educational Television program the-spot interviews with railroad acceptable."
I will examine the disagree- strikers, management and union !,
WQXR's decision to accept
I representatives, non-union operating -
:; employees of the FEC, I liquor advertising was pre- MARCH19 TO 21 f t
Poor Child and government officials. dicated on the assumption that
< Among those appearing; on the station had a sophisticated x. r
"At' Issue" will be George E. audience which did not need radio scia1groupn 'y7 ;
Aid PlannedJACKSONVILLE Leighty, chairman of the elevennon I to know that liquor could be a
operating unions involvedin I bought in a store, Sanger ex-

(AP) The the strike; Mayor Robert plained.He ,. "y !

i, State Welfare Board will go King High of Miami; a repre- said all advertising copy yt
f4 work on a legislative program' sentative of FEC management; would be carefully reviewed to of
intended to give the poor children and host Trevor Armbrister, delete any encouragement of y ,,
l"} of Florida a better chance. contributing writer for The Sat- drinking.MONEY. .
Child welfare services are lagging urday Evening Post's recent ar- d HANDSOMELY STYLED
l behind the adult programs ticle, "Railroad That Defies the i I II
; I
when it comes to meeting the Union." slip'reduced GENTRY SUITS!
;: need, said Frank M. Craft, state (
J1 welfare director.He Egg Market I

estimated that the amount Business t Penney's has gone all-out to give you handsome Dacron I
of money going to aid about JACKSONVILLE (AP) -I I \ Auto polyester 'n wool Gentry suits at tremendous savings
'\''I{ 80,000 Florida children meets Northeast Florida Egg Market I No skimping on details either you get expert iit
prices to retailers: I Penney tailoring, first rate quality, latest 3 button styles
only 57 per cent of their basic 1 : : ( ;:
f I needs. The adult Extra large 45V4-47, mostly : a and new exciting shades and patterns! Choose your
program supplies -
I 47; large 42'-45, mosly 43; favorite 'n save! I
about 90 cent of the
I per 215 N.E.
medium 33-41, mostly 39-41;
'1 recipient's need, he said. ;v I It Street
small 3438. I '
I.f Welfare is running about $100 Poultry at farms: fryers 14; Ii 372-144 3.98 99 BELTLOOP MODELS IN PLAIN
I slips regular now .
million a year in Florida, with hens light 6-6' 2
t!i '75 per cent of the money coming- NYLON SATIN TRICOT a luxurious fabric thot's so nice "next AND PLEATED FRONT SLACKS
Ithe, federal government to you"! Nice too the minimum of care required to keep
this fabric at its silky-smooth elegant best! Revel the glamorous
IIJ Craft outlined four possible embroidery we've lavished at the bodice and hem and the ONLY
ways in which the welfare board pAY M drenrhed-with-loce hems! 36 38 40 42 44 46 I

I may seek to improve aid to WN ORE Reg. 4 7 9 5 I t

children. half slips regular 2.98 now 233 L 2 2 2 I 3488 !I IS

t 1. Add a provision for aiding I GET Indulge yourself I with these magnificent half slips! Buy them by Short 2 2 1 I
children whose parents are unemployed the dozen and save! Each, "knee-deep" in the glamour of
.'I ; I lace and embroidery!

2. Extend the prescribed medIcine -I SLIPS. Petite. 30 to 40; Average 32 to 44; Tall,
34 to 44. ..
program to include childas for
well as adult categories; tie HALF SLIPS Petite and Average. S. M. L. XL. XXL. ,LOWEST PRICE
Tall S. M, L.slips .
3. Allow the department to ..
No Middleman 4'
use federal-state matching funds Low Unnecessary Overhead Modest Profits regular 2.98 now . 233 ON '. .
for foster home care
Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry
I 4. Raise the amount of money First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service DACRON. NYLON. COTTON BLEND the most wonderful blend GAY MOD E@ _._. '
ever invented! Dacron polyester for wrinkle-resistance nylon for"
;; for families with dependent chil-l ROOF AND BARN RED TRIM AND DECK silky-smoothness cotton for coolness end non-cling! We've gone
dren above current maximumsof ENAMEL all-out to cater to your feminine instincts! Beautiful trimmings of NYLONS! "
of $32 a month for one child and 1'01' euAUTT I0 IOVH.Y HMM cuaUMOM eyelet embroidery or lace make these truly beautiful buys!

r $81 for four. or more. TOP...tuAUT1'PAINT Y y ,

I MDt_ 51.01. 1 em MMTWUACaBtCILUMT COAT CAVOS half slips, reg. 1.98 now . 1.66 3 1 145. .
Police 'Mixed'FLORENCE wasxaw+. .. Now pair, .
l j
wuwrrMOMJA Scoop up a whole wardrobe of these now and save s t
..$S .... You'll love the flirty flounces or scallops of embroidery! '
.. Ala. (AP-The; '. UMTS AUASMMUK '
City Commission has dropped UCIUINT ovnulUlMGl P01, .1. ... IMT1JUOI.UTUHNI Never before such o low \ y
racial barriers on the city Police _tons_ "Cu' sic _;:: ,MAAlNlIUUIoC AM Any day's value day when it comes to Adonna! But. for these three special Gaymode ,
price on our ,

The force.commission announcedTUesday $498 2.!Vu-FREE f Ld EVERY GAL FREE days they're terrific! Come get the same day-in, day-out extras! The Nylons I !'P'kn't in + t y\

it has hired two Negroes u. opaque shadow panels! The tasteful trimmings! The up-to-the-minute fabrics \ "'A
Gala, Buy now 'n save! '
who recently passed Civil !
_.; Service examinations. They The proportioned stzet! Come get extra once-a-ye savings now!

are Harrison Eugene Humes, I
: .. 25. and Oscar Southard Jr., 32.

of 32,000 has experienced no racial -j 501 N.W. 8th Ave., Gainesville, Phone 376-7588
demonstrations. j I



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Ky. (AP) I and Indiana, the first step In

} By MARJORIE HUNTER They said the bill would give bill along "with maximum rehash of existing ones and others -last year by Congress. Is Paducah, vast major city along I federal aid, to restore public
i too much power to the directorof speed." He said he hopes to already pending in Congress, Shriver said that there wouldbe ProposedTALLAHASSEE the overflowing Ohio River facilities. Kentucky asked $4.2
arm dark tTtnres the have it in the hands of the Shriver- contended that it has a no duplication, that the vocational prepared for a crest nearly
program. million Indiana than J
WASHINGTON Republicans They said the government House Rules Committee by May "new'' focus, a focus on the schools would be for (AP) The nine feet above flood stage today ; more
million. Other states hard hit
Florida Legislative Investigations but counted on its wall to
suggested Tuesday that much already has programs to carry 1. poor. young people immediately ableto
of the administration's planned out many of the bill's proposals.And The anti poverty hearing He termed it a "new program, benefit for technical training Committee called todayfor prevent major damage. include Pennsylvania, Ohio,

I war on poverty would merely they said that it was un- proved to be one of the biggest a prudent program a compre- while the camps and training [ dragging the problem of Floods which began a week West Virginia, Missouri and Il-

duplicate existing government wise to put all the proposals in- drawing cards on Capitol Hill hensive program, a focused program. centers would focus on those homosexuality into the open with long ago along the river, a 981-mile- linois.
Hundreds ." Every of mon who lack the education to learn an illustrated report. transportation link in thecountry's
f l .programs. to a single bill covering every- during the day. tried. penny midland caused t
from education to agri to crowd into a small hearing ey, he said, would be used for technical skills.However $100 e
thing The committee citizens million
The general theme of the opening or more in damages,
turned the benefit of the : Shriver continued,
room. Many were poor.
I day of hearings before the culture. organizations to use the report took 15 lives and affected 110-
; I "There is leakage, no the and training centers
i Democratic committee members away. camps '
House Committee on Education "as a jumping off point for a 000 persons. WATCE mmmOnly
looked with favor praised Shriver, huge bureaucracy," he insited. would not be dumping
generally I
and Labor was this: Republicans -, serious and meaningful consid- Smithland, at the junction of
j like the man chosen to on the anti poverty package,,'but they said he might not always Republicans argued that a key grounds' for delinquents and eration of the problem of homosexuality the; Cumberland and'Ohio rivers

,run the Sargent Shriv but'they, too, suggested that I' be head of the antipovIerty part of the program creationof ;misfits. ,.." 20 miles above Paducah, had a
program .
but don't think muchof there will be some changes in program and that his suc- camps and training centersin Rep. Edith Green, J>.Ore., suggested touchy battle against the flood. I
:>r,the they itself. .the administration measure. I[cessor could abuse the wide authority which youths would be taught that some of the training Citizens should "prepare their Officials hoped the levees would: 95If

program I Rep. Adam Clayton Powell,: given'in the bill :education and job skills -would '' centers should be for girls. children to meet the temptationsof hold, but a few homes were
"Wellwe've still got our 'D-N.Y., and chairman of the I I Answering critics who claim duplicate the vocational education .Shriver said he would not object homosexuality lurking todayin evacuated.

shirts, on," Shriver said good-committee, pledged to move the ,that the program is merely a residential schools created:to such an amendment the vicinity of nearly every President Johnson Tuesday I

" I naturedly to aides after he had 1, institution of learning," the committee authorized $250,000 to Kentucky
been questioned for hours by said. i

I, members of the committee. Johnson Gives Praise to the Irish In a report the committee, List Landmark t

I Republicans centered their attacks
headed by Rep. R. 0. Mitchellof WASHINGTON (AP) The i

I I,1\ on three areas: I NEW YORK (AP) A self- He said the dinner was supposed -: sense because the Irish who rupted frequently with applause Leon County, said that they National Park Service announc- ? .1.f

i,I Advertisement :styled "Irishman by osmosis," to be a nonpartisan affair -came here had a dream of Johnson said nothing is had started drawing up a homosexual ed Tuesday that Corkscrew !ff f

; President Johnson told a St. but remarked that the freedom and dignity. practices control act for Swamp Sanctuary, 25 miles I
more important to him than
I Patrick's Day dinner "I have Democratic party is "so peace'' southwest of Fort Myers, has INCLUDES
"Here a man could hold his making this a land whose DA.The cleaning, ailiag pon.hta
l compassion been designated for listing in
a' ;yrI found our nation's greatest ful the Irish may move to the report included several a e liming
I strength lies in the dream of Republican party where the head as high as any other, he will be an example to pictures of males whichit new national registry for natural r edjutling.pio (I landof said, "and worship his God as the young history landmarks. Participationin Fully ewaronUed by A.4N
America America, the feuding is really going on. world's other 119 nations.He said from files of
I hope; America, the land of Then, turning serious, the he chose to without soldier ever with account said he wants the United deviates.came In addition, there wasa sex the registry is voluntary and ONE Ico'i lorgttt LOW PRICE iwUnl' for any
Id ing a a covers sites deemed eligible regardless -
Patrick'sDay States to be land where the
opportunity."All President said St a dictionary of the words used itaftdard watch
I I the slings and arrows of is one in which America bayonet. sick of body can find help and by homosexuals.John of ownership. tut pw Mttfc .b IW dead tI u Mtd X.to',
'our opponents in the world have shares in a very definiteDr. To an audience that inter- the sick of heart can find hope. Evans, staff director for cifttmM III tit 'kiss' tclMlMU tivlfattt., ,
n"1dat ill ...... firti ted 4.fl crptiU.
I; never succeeded" in destroying I the committee, said that the re- Select your new Mtafri' sad hisses' ..... :j
I I 'that image, he said Tuesday port was deliberately made hard SPRING PILL UFlUIJHIH' EXTU '
I night. Cofrin Heads Profes'sionalDivision Today in effort FABRICS
hitting an to impressthe atSINGER '
Iir r/ r With jest and with serious situation upon the public. i.. ZALEJS' ]

,talk, Johnson spoke to more of Cancer DriveIt's In. The committee said that homosexual ;;-:::< -
JI than 2,500 members of the History organizations are 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Ff.f.I 'Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in :pouring out a torrent of propaganda -
; [ 'a Waldorf-Astoria Hotel ball- David A. Cofrin has been estimated that 17,000 new By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in an effort to make oth- .

f,i{ 4. room festooned with green named to head the special gift cases will develop among Floridians ers believe that "those afflicted !
streamers hanging from crystal and professional division of the 1964. Talbot Today is Wednesday, March
during appealed with homosexuality constitute a '
I 18, 1964. There 288 left
are days
American Cancer /
WGoodTime"Charlie chandeleirs. The headtable was I Scociety's Ap- to Alachua Countians to in the maladjusted, misunderstood and t\
visible behind green ril drive in Alachua County.At [
scarcely mistreated minority, composedof
help fight the rising rate of can-
Ii carnations. I the same time the local cer by learning about the dis- highlight in history: productive people seeking

Suffers'jlUQeasy Explaining why he is Irish by surgeon's appointment was an- ease and making a contribution.Heat's On this date in 1937, the con- their proper place in the sun." ? ,
JI osmosis, the President spoke of nounced, four others also were solidated school in New London, The c o m'm i t tee estimated

the Irishmen in high govern made public. They will serve as Tex., was destroyed by an explosion -there are 60,000 homosexuals in t

Bladder ment places associates in the:lieutenants in Cofrin's fund raising On, of natural gas. The Florida, and said that some .

White House, the speaker of the' work around professional blast occurred 10 minutes be- persons estimated the figure at
House, and the Senate Democratic I'circles in Gainesville and Ala So Heat's Off fore dismissal and killed 455 twice that.Bond.
Unwise eating or drinking may be a'' leader."I chua County. pupils and teachers.On .
f source of mild, but annoying bladder
irritations-making you feel restless,I woke up this morning," he They are Dr. Taylor Kirby, CHICAGO (APA suit this date: Issues

restless tense and nights uncomfortable., with nagging backache And if'said with a smile, "and suddenly -physicians; Dr. W. H. Sunlen, against a skating rink was dismissed -' In 1766, England repealed the
.headache or muscular aches and pains realized that the Irish'dentists; Robert Justiss, attorneys in Circuit Court Tues- Stamp Act. I A

due to upset over-exertion are adding, strain to your or misery emotional have taken over the govern ; and Mrs. Arthur Lee day when a judge decided the i In 1837, the 22nd president of Set in Motion

-don't wait-try Doan's Pills. ment. And I like it." Campbell, architects, engineersand problem had literally melted' the United States, Stephen I
Doan's Pills act 3 ways for speedy accountants. The appoint away. I' TALLAHASSEE (AP) The F3 I
Grover Cleveland born in
relief 1 -They have a soothing effecton Florida Commission
r bladder irritations. 2-A fast pain- The IdealRememberance ments were announced by drive Caldwell, N.J. Development (Ix.
Frank P. Lawler sought
relieving action on nagging backache chairman W. S. (Tiny) Talbot. $5'.i set in.motion Tuesday road f
headaches, muscular aches and pains. -t 000 damages and asked the In 1911, former President bond issues for several counties
3-A wonderfully mild diuretic action Money collected during thesociety's I Theodore Roosevelt
thru the kidneys, tending to increasethe For. I court to close a private skating formally and bonds to finance a two-story
I output of the 13 miles of kidney month long educational rink on the grounds the skaters II'' opened Roosevelt Dam in Ari- addition to a state office build r. 1 e .;.
tubes. So, get the same happy relief Shut-Ins and fund raising campaigngoes made too much noise and dam, zona.
millions have enjoyed for over 60 '
years to finance cancer research, aged his property. In 1945, the U.S. 3rd and 7th ing.The commission authorizedthe 4 t/ <:, ",
1 For conven- CREVASSE' FLORIST education and patient care. armies drove deeper into the ".f<' ,,,',
fence, ask for the Doan's Judge Cornelius J. Harrington sale of $11.5 million in bonds
2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. The cancer death toll in Florida Saar Basin in
size.i GetDoan's a new power
large t.
Ii dismissed the case, noting for County, $4 million for
Pills today 1 Phone FR 6-2514 last thrust ;
World ,
f year was 8,000 compared -"the unseasonably warm during War II. Leon, $4.8 million for Manateeand
to 8,233 in 1962.MORTGAGE In 1953 the first shift
.. I weather has solved the problem a $125,000 for Nassau County. i
If ,.....'.u"h.. un ,ll,, ,...",< -J j( '[.LI u' -- --. u'W. ,. by melting the ice." major league baseball fran A $900,000 addition to the W. J
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If are looking for a nice,
I TERMS TO 25 YEARSBUYBUILDREFINANCE you I II was approved earlier by the
'ferred his National club
healthy pet for little"Mary" League t
I your Cabinet. The building houses offices
CALL check "Pets" in to- to Milwaukee from Boston. 'I of the State Department of
DAN BYRD Ten years ago Israel formally
I .day's Classified. There are a I Education.
I 825 N.W. 13th STREETPH. blamed the Jordanian
I number of cute kittens and pup-
FR 2-2511 : government for the massacre of
I py's who want a home.
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bus in the Negev Desert.

o-o I'I' Ilr, I,I1 i,I I 4141 I,I ,. 4 I ,{//lj 411 1 ,f f rl 1 ,, 1 I'I ,1 y,1 1 1r II t Five years ago President Hearings Set
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Outdoor Recreational Planning fashion
the 50th state. I scene with a happy little skimmer of
I Ir Ir Iv One President Committee adopted the follow white man-made Patenlite gleaming
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L L'I,I; De, Gaulle Urges French-Mexican Exchange Program I crab their salad wives and dined champagne on pigeon on,]the stop Caribbean off at French before colonies returning in '1'

I '-" '-"" '-' a gallery overlooking a patio to France. }
MEXICO CITY (AP-Presi- forging into "the foreground of technical exchanges and be: should actually be attuned," he the luncheon, are not intended"to feels attracted toward the European filled with 2,000 guests.De I I "
II dent Charles de Gaulle proposes the stage of world affairs." He come "true and good companions said. put an end or even to di- countries by all kinds of Gaulle and Lopez Mateos! Univ.Lutheran "
that France and Mexico join in made clear that he wants to in- in the work of civilization." Before Congress and at a minish the relations that bindus affinities and, in the first place, planned a third round of private! To Hold ServiceDr.
a big exchange program but presidential luncheon at the Na- to our neighbors." may I dare add, attracted to talks today, followed by the 1"
French influence in the
says it wouldn't cut into Mexican -crease "Without a doubt such a tional Palace, De Gaulle triedto Before Congress he spoke of my own country." signing of a joint communique.It .
11 relations with the United region. rapprochement implies that the ease fears in Washington that "Mexico which, without in any De Gaulle concluded his sec was expected to deal mainly Wilbur Bock will be
States. The 73-year-old French leader aim, the attitude, the action, in his visit might affect the close- way underestimating the fact ond busy day in Mexico by at- with commercial, cultural and guest iversity speaker Lutheran tonight Church's at the Len-Un-
.. De Gaulle told a joint session suggested Mexico and a word the policy of Mexico City ness of U.s.-Mexican relations. that her massive relations with tending an elegant candlelit possibly political ties. ten service at 7 p.m. I'
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that Latin America Is of scientific, cultural and prevented from diverging but Mexico and France, he said at both natural and fertile,still!President Adolfo Lopez Mateos state visit Thursday and will as his topic, "Am I a King?"
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,I 10 Golnesville Sun Wednesday, March 18,' 1964, .

State President Here I Adult Sewing Class Planned I

i1 women 0 f n R no. Brides' I Adult Education Classes for Additional information maybe

the construction of children's obtained by calling Mrs.Thomason. .

; f y; clothing will be taught by Mrs. .
: ,, BookTODAY Bruce Thomason during the
T I spring season.

Classes, which will begin For a party shelf fruit com-
THE f fflIT1ILY I March IS Monday, will be held in the pote for unexpected guests,

-Tea to honor Miss Karen Adult Education' Building, 711 team a jar of figs with a can of

&. nR 3a: t Owens, fiancee of Robert R. West University Avenue from apricots and one of pineapple I
9 to 11:30 ajn. chunks.
__: Ruth Weimer . Women'! Editorr' Rowe, 3:30 to 5:30 pan., Mrs.L. .

H. Thompson, Mrs. Wilbur ,

Reception Honors Harling Jr., and Mrs. Hugh I
Simmons at the Thompson t A. a e
home, 1026 NE Third'Street.

d'.. .. T : s; ,. THURSDAY, March 19!
: e;- g It+
I' Bridal Couple i iEoA1iei
-y.. Post nuptial tea honor
ing Mrs. Theodore Mackie Barber
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Mr. and Mrs. Theodore punch table in the dining room.A NI ; the former Miss Frances 1
Mackie Barber- of Knoxville, three-branch silver candelabra Kirkpatrick, 4 to 5:30 p. m., 1I
Tenn., were honored with. a adorned with white roses, Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. Har- I
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1 postnuptial reception last night bridal wreath and pink snap- 3 ry Norton at the Norton home, )
when the former's uncles and dragons, formed the floral dec- 1704 NW 12th Road. o
aunts Mr. and Mrs. Grier G. oration. vaz :z, r Sxr.
Kirkpatrick and Dr. and Mrs. :. ; Luncheon feting Miss Anne
H. 4( Wallace entertained at The white and pink color motif y5 f '! 4 F Purvis, bride-elect of Billie Nu

the 3 irkpatrick home. was also featured in the gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson- > ;t
Mrs. Barber is the former family room, where two serving ville, 12:30 p.m., :Mrs. J. N. H
t Miss Frances Kirkpat rick, tables were placed. Anderson Jr. and Mrs. Charles Y yct3 f
Mrs. E. J. Melniker of Miami state of the Association of Florida
table laid Hyde, at the Anderson home
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. The smaller oval ,
Waft Kirkpatrick.The with a pink cloth covered witha Hospital Auxiliaries, second from left.was luncheon speaker for the North- Golfview Drive. : .. Y ,
two hostesses greetedguets white organdy and lace overskirt .I east District meeting yesterday at the University Inn. Pictured with Mrs. r. f ; : .
Melniker during the luncheon session are, left to right, L. R. Jordan, Univer FRIDAY, March 20 '
and introduced them to ;was centered by a crystal
the:receiving line, which included -. bowl circled with orange blos- sity Hospital Administrator, Mrs. D. D. MacBennett, auxiliary representativeof Dinner to compliment Miss a ; :
the Duval in Jacksonville Mrs. S. Ballard of Gainesville directorof
the newlyweds and their soms from the Kirkpatrick gar- Hospital ; Anne Purvis, bride-elect of
the Northeast District, and E. H. Clarkson, director of the Alachua General Fashion a lovely lively Basket Whip this one so U Whipped
dens.A Billie
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpa Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Weave)Jumper in today's handsomOeanl..Simple! to sew soft cowl
trick, and Mr. and Mrs. Theo- matching arrangement of Hospital. Hostess groups for the meeting,were the auxiliaries of the Alachua- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. est tailored look. McCalTs 7290 ecfc, easy skirt Simplicity WOO
dory: W. Barber of Manhasset, roses, bridal wreath and pink General Hospital and the Florida Teaching Hospital. Grier Kirkpatrick and Mr. and

Long Island, N.Y. snapdragons in a silver candelabra Mrs. Harry Duncan, '6:30 p.m.,
4ciong the out of town guests was used on the larger serving Kirkpatirck home, 1023 SW 21st J@ aster )k ashions
)! for'the reception was the bride table, which was laid withan Calendar Of EventsTODAY Avenue, Kirkwood.

groom's grandmother, Mrs. Wil- embroidered linen cloth.
Ban Howard Barber of Sara- Those presiding at the punch Post nuptial luncheon for Mrs. for all
sot : table throughout the evening March 18 cutive Board Meeting, 9:30a. Moose Lodge.Gainesville Theodore Mackie Barber, the ages .
I Scaring flowers were used were: Eight O'clock Group, Univer m., Mrs. J. D. Winefordner, Horse Show, 10 former Miss Frances Kirkpatrick -
r throughout the Kirkpat rick Mrs. Thomas D. Royster Mrs. sity Women's Club Newcomers, 1023 NE 21st Avenue. a.m., 1:30 and 7:30 p.m., Wal- 1 p.m., Mrs. William Stock-
honk: with two topiary trees of John Watt Kirkpatrick II,.Mrs. 8 p.m. Clubhouse, West Newberry Gainesville Horse Show, '1:30 do Road Show Grounds. ert and Miss Carol Steck-
pink carnations placed at either Marcus Milam III, Miss Anne Road Mrs. James Gaven and and 7:30 p.m., Waldo Road Little Women Fashion 'Show, ert, Holiday Inn. Select your newSpring t
r sid.of the fireplace in the liv- Purvis, Miss Marcia Mase, Miss Mrs. William Carter, hostesses.Dr. Show Grounds... 12:30 p.m., Gainesville Wom- ADVERTISEMENTPRESEASON
ing-room. Carolyn Steckert, Miss Carolyn Donald V. Eitzman, guest Golden Age Club, 1:30 p.m., an's Clubhouse. fabrics /
4n imported Chinese white Matthews, Miss Robin Grahamand speaker. City Recreation Center. Sigma Kappa Alumnae Rum- POOP ? at SINGER WHIPPED CREAM

limn and lace cloth covered the Miss Betty Sandefer. THURSDAY, March 19 FRIDAY, March 20 mage Sale, 7 a.m., Gilberg's POPLINS, KLOPMAN presents Us
Parking lot.. wrinkle-shedding pride of
League of Women Voters United Church Women, 10 Home Economics Ca- POPLINS Now,SINGER has famous the season! 100% tex- i
Dome Ec Career Day Annual Meeting, 7:30 p.m., a.m., Holy Trinity Episcopal reer Day, sponsored by the Cen- name brands, including our F ??" 45-wide.
Guaranty Federal Savings and executive POPLINS 1
i ; : Church, preceeded by tral Florida Home Economics own,in a tremendous variety Prints $2.79 Yard 1r
Association Building, 220 board meeting, 9 a.m. of colors
prints, solids
Association, 9 a.m. to noon,
J North Main Street. Leading manufacturers in
Gainesville Club
Bridge 9 Gainesville School auditor- stripes, textured weavesBASKET WEAVEWrinkleshedding
Auxiliary of Veterans of For- High sportswear are featuring
a. m., Holiday
Set Here Saturday ium. abouteverynotionyou'llneedzippers 100%
in solids and color
:eign Wars, 8 p.m., Post Home, Gainesville Woman's Club, I'poplins
Waldo Road.Gainesville. correlated prints as their big- thread, braids.virgin wool in tempting
Bridge Party, 1:30 p.m., Club- Junior Women gest single seller for Spring trims, buttons-famous pastel shades. 54 wide.
High Schools from Bradford,' na Elliot, Mrs. Jane Segrest, Chapter 44, OES, house. and Summer of 1964.Gilberg's brand patterns.. $398 ,
Levy, Alachua, Marion, G 11.!Mrs. Elizabeth Ahrano, Miss Obligation Night, 8 p.m., Mas- Gainesville Horse Show, 1:30 Fete New Group
christ, Clay, Citrus, Columbia,I Linda Warrington, and Miss onic Temple.St. and 7:30 p.m., Waldo Road The House of
Putnam, and Sumter counties Sharon O'Steen are membersof ..Theresa's Circle of St. Pa- Show Grounds. Gaiensville Junior Woman's: 1,000 Fabrics, are following ABOUT OUR CONVENIENT CHARGE PLAN"'

will participate in a "Home Economics the-committee. trick's Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. SATURDAY, March 21 Club will have its Orientation I ''this tables hint of poplins with tables match-and SINGERK SEWING CENTER U

Career Day" here Sat- James F. Collins, 3825 SW 5th Awards Breakfast; Gaines- meeting honoring new members mated prints as a feature
urday, March 21. Place. .ville Horse Show, 10:30: p.m., Thursday at 10 a.m. at fabric. Available at your eA Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY listed In phone took wider SINGER COMPANY
More than 150 home economics University of Florida Agricul- with buffet breakfast servedat the club house, University Ave-: local Gilberg's store
Banquet 216 W. University Are. FR 6-6310
students and home econom- tural Women's Club, Tea 3 to 12:30 a.m., Holiday Inn. nue. At this time, new I at 109 W. University Ave.
ists are expected to attend. 5 p.m., Mrs. J. R. Beckenbach, American Association of Uni- members shall be introduced 1 to --
Sponsored by the Central Florida 2126 NW 11th Avenue. versity Women, L u n c heon, the Board of ,Directors, host-
Home Economics Associa- Planned Soil Conservation Service Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria. ess for the affair. ... .
tion, the annual Career Day i Wives Club, 10 ajn., Mrs. Rob- Gainesville Junior Woman's History of the club and duties .lj -:' -
will be held at the Gainesville Mrs David Hoffmeister, of ert Fulmer, Mrs. Howard Biss- Club, Charity Cabaret, "Nep of membership will be i : "
High School Auditorium from land and Mrs. David Dishong... tune's ,
Beta Lambda Chapter of Epsi Kingdom", 9'p. m., presented. ; t ,F'
9 a.m. until noon. Hostesses for 3001 NE 14th Drive. '". ...
Ion Sigma Alpha will head arrangements ... ,. ,
the event will be GHS home- for the annual i Gainesville Junior Woman's i& L : .
making students and Mrs. For- Founders' Day Banquet slated Club, Orientation meeting for Taste the difference QUALITY makes! ', .
. est Hillyard, Mrs. Anna Elliot, for early May. At this banquet, I new members, 10 a.m., Club- ':. 'k -

and Mrs. Jane Segrest, home ec- pledges will be pinned duringthe house. RONCOBetter :. _
onomics teachers. Ceremony of the Jewels. I Gainesville Library Advisory t
Mrs. Charlotte Lattimer, Pin- Mrs. Earl Crawford and Mrs. :Board, 8 p.m., Gainesville Public ..i'r
ellas County Home Demonstration Robert Sullivan will assist. Library. ..

Agent, guest speaker, will Rev. William E. Shea,.pastorof !! Delta Kappa Gamma, 7:30 because it's made from l o.1 Semolina..heart of durum wheat
discuss careers in home econo- the Highlands Presbyterian p. m., Mrs. Margaret Goggins,

mics. Homemaking sudents church, was guest speaker for 4024 NW 15th Street. -S ,r.
will present a fashion show, the recent chapter meeting.His Chapter CQ, PEO, 8 p. m., o N
"Prelude to Spring." topic, "The Mind," followed -Miss Caroline Ferguson, 1326
Mrs. Dorothy Cake is chair- the year's study theme, NE 14th Terrace. SPAGHETTI
man of the planning committeefor "A Laboratory of SelfAppreciation. Friends of the Library, Exe-
Career Day, with Mrs. Elsie ." The speaker stressedthe I II
Dolin, Mrs. Howard Giles, role of spiritual faith in the
Mrs: Marian McClane, Mrs. An- stability of mental attitude and Kinney's takes a shine to little girls in more ways than one. For the plek! of patents "

general mental health and illus- here's Sabot straps,T-straps and dressy pumps in bright white radiant spring shades '

Golden AgeClub trated the direct corellation be- and black patent. And at Kinney's every pair is double-checked for proper fit and ; : '

tween a healthy body and a sta- comfort. A'valuable Easter treat for parents too. $3.99 to $4.99 :. "'.
ble mind. 61 J
MeetGolden ASizes 12 K to 4, $3.99.' B. Sizes 12 Yi to 4, $4.99C. *.: r
Age Club, sponsoredby Mrs. Eugene Foster, president Sizes 8'/, to 4, $3.99.. f(2),\ g.
appointed Mrs. Don Home, ,<:
the Gainesville ;
Recreation '
Mrs. Karl Kaswinkel, Mrs. Pete l .-. ;& .
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Department, will meet tomor- Moody and Mrs. Jon L. Yaggyto Easter delights in .. ..
rpwlat 1:30 p.m., at the Recreation the nominating committee. come (; : .
Center. Plans will be completed March 31 at 8 pjn., a meet- this bread ;
for a trip to Silver ing for all chapter membersand small packages :"

Sprigs on Tuesday, March 24. pledges is scheduled at'the : .. -
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+ Wednesday, March 18, 1964 Gatneivllie Sun 11
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I.' Nehru Vows India 'f

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!J I It ; Will Defend Land PICNICS i I .".: :: : 29.S c: II.I ,

By CONRAD FINK I cease-fire line Sunday night, ;.

f NEW DELHI India I killing four persons, includingan b-- L'B .. : .
;' Prime Minister, Nehru told a 11-year-old boy. .: : . ,

cheering Parliament today that Chavan said India had lodged -

I Indian troops will cross the a complaint with U.N. observersin '.. ....; -:.' i

j cease-fire line in Kashmir if Kashmir.

necessary to defend Indian territory SUPER-RIGHT" 10 INCH CUT WESTERN PORK .. : ;
I against Pakistan. The Indian government has .. \ :
"We are not prepared to learned that Communist China
across the cease-fire line and and Pakistan have agreed to coordinate LOIN

attack the territory now under foreign and military HALF,
f Pakistan occupation," Nehru policies affecting India, a high LOINSrv '

said, "but obviously if it becomes government official told The 1 45 4 to 5 Ib. 49ci -.

|i .necessary in the defense Associated Press earlier today. Avg.

of our territory for them (Indian :

' troops) to cross the line, then I Favors Atomic i LB. .'. /

they will cross it." I -

Nehru's statement was the Knowhow Right4 Pork Loin Sliced 2 to 3 Ib. avg. Super Right Western r Shoulder Arm Super Right Full Cut

1 strongest since made the recent by any outbreak top official PITTSBURGH (AP Swap) Dr. &Y .. Pork Chops . ib. 59c Roast . .. ;.. .;-. ib. 59c Chuck Steak . n>. 49c

a of Skirmishing and raids across
the ceasefire.line. In the disputeed Glenn T. Seaborg, chairman of S : .et- Super Right Center Cut Super Right Smoked. Super Right Skinned &Sliced ..

I India Himalayan and state.Pakistan fought the told Atomic newsmen Energy Tuesday Commission that the, er yt xm Pork Chops .lb. 79c Sliced Beef 4OZ.Pks29c Beef Liver . ib. 49c'A'h ,

) over Kashmir In 1948 and have United States probably would .
1 I Swifts Premium All Meat
been gain more than the Soviet Unionin 1: Allgood Brand Sugar Cured Cap'n Johns Frozen
quarreling over the state

ever since. an information.He exchange. of atomic energy .: .,. ,. Bacon . 2 lb. Pkgs. 89c Cranks . 12 oz, ,P ks 39c Haddock Fillets i ib. PkS 49c
Commenting on charges that
t<< said the Soviet Union has
Morton's Frozen 8-oz. SPAGHETTI &
the Pakistan government is Instigating x Super Right Sliced Vacuum Packed -
an advantage over the United x MEAT or MACARONI CHEESE Fresh Frozen Headless

, I Nehru campaign.said the: "I, "know border it is clashes a regular -, research States because results more are American published .. 3ry} Cooked Ham 12 0%. 95c Casserole . 6 for 98c Shrimp . . l ib. 79c:

Defense Minister Y.B. Chavan and the Russians have a highly Super Right Meaty Western Morton's Frozen All Variety Florida Frozen

I raided told Parliament an India 25 n village Pakistanis 11h foreign efficient technical system of journals.screening r'> Spare Ribs i . lb. 35c Dinners . each 49c cooked Lobsters lb. 69c.- .

I miles on India's side of the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 165.09, Flori -
f} The NOTICE annual Of meeting ANNUAL of the MEETING Aloha Nu that da Statutes the undersigned notice Is GAIL hereby F. given AV. Save at A&P,! Special LADY BETTY
; ::"ou:1II of Phi Mu Fratern ERA, doing business under the firm
be held ft the Alpha Nu Chap. name, of Selective Jury Service. SAVE 1
#' brlYe"'G: 1152 East PantoM nlc Gainesville Alachua County Florida .q
nesday.purpose April of the! 1.I meetInG 1964.Florida at will 1:00 be on p.the m.Wed election the. under intends the to register provisions said of fictitious the aforesaid name

t All merf of RUTH officers'ws are D.for uroed ALLER the to coming attend.Secretary year. 16th Statute.Dated day at of Gainesville March A. Florida D* ,,64I this. LEMONRKERPRUNE JUICE Quart 39c:: :..

t Aloha Nu House Corporation I F. AVERA Bottle
.. (3174)' 3:125'" (3172) 3 11 251 4:1 t
File No. 1166 You are hereby notified that the following -

h 1, LORENE IN RE: ESTATE EAKER OF SWICK, 1956 S. motor No. 5M2137894 vehicle:will Cad.be 62 Sold 4 Dr.at PIES Save at A&P Special ANN PAGE PURE
Deceived.KOTICE public sale at 10:00 a.m. o'clock on the 1Lb
1 OF PROBATETO 25th day of March "64. at 631 N.
ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN Main St., Gainesville Florida. The proceeds .i
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT of the sale will be applied to the
I You are hereby notified that a written payment of the cost of retaking stor-
I i' Ing and sale of said motor vehicle and
Instrument purporting to be the last
he cost of publication of notice of GRAPEJELLY 2 49c
will and testament of sold! decedent '
sale and then to the
f satisfaction of the
has been admitted to probate In said ,
Court. balance due under the contract with J Or ;
six You calendar are hereby months commanded from the date within of 504 Alachua. Florida covering P. O.the Box fin Special C
ancing of said motor vehicle.
Any surplus
the first publication of this notice to
will be paid to
In said Court and show cause. you and you
appear will
remain liable for balance 11-
If any you can why the action' of saidCourt any remaining
unpaid under said contract.
f In admitting I Iw to probate !
Dated this 6th day of March *", Each. ,
should not stand imrevoked. ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT .

i ((Jill court)County Florida.JJ4 I seal; ):3:4 Judge. It.i ., AJachua-L County, IN(3170)THE 3:11:CIRCUIT H. L. JAMERSON COURT OF THE

In the Court of the County Judge Ala- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Marcal I Tissue 4 Rolls39c

chua County. Florida, In Probate. IN FOR CHANCERY ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA :............... ... ...... .
I BESSIE In re: Et..t.LOVE of SHAW INTERNATIONAL MINERALS t :::::::::::: ::::::::::::: : :: .:.::..:.:.::..::..::..::.:.:..::..::..::.:.:..:.:.::..::..::.:.:.:.:..: .'':.:::..::.:.;::':'.:
Deceased. CHEMICAL CORPORATION ::::::: : ;:::::
To An Creditors and Persons having:! a corporation authorized to do '"
state Claims: or Demands Against Said Es-. business In the State of Plaintiff.Florida, lilliI! Jane Parker Golden Cinnamon or iil.i Save at A&P! Our Every DaY Low Price! WHITE BEAUTY
You and each of you are hereby notified -va-
and required to present anv H. W. HAGUE .and wife, JANE ,
claims and demands which you. or eI- S. HAGUE. et a..
J ther of you may have against the estate Defendants. SUGARED .
late of said County, to the NO. 1181
County Judge of Alachua County. Florida NOTICE OF SUIT SHORTENING I 3 49c
at his office In the court house of THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: IIIIII Ilill CLob
said County at Gainesville. Florida MONTELLE BOONE. Whose last
within six calendar months from the known address was Newberry
time of the first publication of this Road. Gainesville Florida. ,
notice. Each claim or demand shall be YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED t"ll
, In writing and shall state the place a suit: for mortgage foreclosure has been =:=:=:= :;::::
I of residence and post office address of filed against In the
you above entitled DONUTS
the claimant. and shall be sworn to by cause. regarding the following described r t; Special:Jane Parker Special: Peter Pan Smooth or l-------- -I j jg
the claimant his agent. his attorney. property: Dinner Rolls of 12 lOc Krunchy 18-oz. Jar
: ::;: pk. 41c)
and any such claim or demand not so Commence 18.64 chains WeV of the Pink (-2 Both Bars
r flied hall be KEETER_\d. Southeast corner of Section 330 Town- ::::::: ::::::: Special: Jane Parker 1-lb. loaf Peanut Butter .......... 49c I ( 1
As P. C.administrator of the Estate of ship North I 10.20 South chains Range thence 19 East West thence to ::::::. ::::::: Glamour Bread .. ... 2/43c Welch 24oz. Bottle '

I Testament As executor of of the Last Will and thence a comer South on the 10.20 West chains line of to Lot Southwest 61 r : I Special:Jane Parker Danish i Grape Juice, .. 3 for $1.00 I Dial S oap. .2 rcg. bars 29 C I '

BESSIE LOVE SHAW deceased. corner of Lot ti thence East to ::::::: ::::::: Pecan Ring 9 oz. ring 35cSpecial Argo Green LIMA
First publication March 11. WM beginning cental I nlng 25 acres ::::::. ::::::: Beans 2 )1-lb. cans 29c - - -
C ...
(3113)3:11,251:1.1 __ more or less. ::::::: Box of U :::: : Jane Parker Cake
i NOTICE MAY OF SALE CONCERN ALSO Commence at the one-half mile post ::::::: :t: Angel Food 1-lb. ring 39c Sanalac Instant Non Fat r.-------------------------------1. I
TO WHOM IT following on the South boundary line of Frac Dry Milk ....3 qt. pkg. 19c '
You are hereby notified that the tional Section 4. Township 9 South. t: 12 :::::::, Wisconsin Colored Cheddar r..aIwI.
S. No. motor D7AT137003 vehicle will: Ford be sold FLSOOO at public "57 Range 19 East outside of North line :::::: a a ::::::: Fresh Cheese ...... lb. 53c Our Own \'- PLAID i
sale at 10:00 a. m. o'clock on the of chains Arredondo to stake Grant at lane.run North East along ITVfc t :: t: Chef Boy-ar-dee Tea Bags 64 ct. pkg. 49c 1/ STAMPS
25th day of March 1944. at 1321 N. lane 12.39 chains to Township Line : with Meat Mushrooms Del Monte Chunk Style 6 Vi-oz. 1 1.,

I Main St.of.the Gainesville.sale will Florida.be applied The to proceeds the- between Townships t and 9, Range ;.::.:..:..:::..":.:.:...........................................................,....................................................................:..,::.::.:.:::..:.: or Mix 2/79c Tuna ... 2- 49c With this coupon and purchase of .
19, thence West line ..................................... .. ........................ Spaghetti ...... Light cans
payment of_ the cost of retaking storing South Itv* degrees on Southeast 21.5 chaihs 1X25 '.:':..:..:...:..:..:..:..:.:...:.:...:..:..:..:..:.:..:...:.:...:..:..:..:..:.:...:.:...:..:..:..:.:..:...:..:.:...:.:...:.:...:.:.:.:::.;":.:::.:.::.::,::,::.::.::.::.::.::.:::.::.:.:.:.::.:.:..:.' ANN PAGE 11l.-oz 1 I
and sale of said motor vehicle and chains to beginning In Section 4. 1 In
the cost of publication of notice of Township e South. Range 19 East Whole Cloves pkg. 19c :
sale and then to the satisfaction of the 23 ;F 'ram; / i
containing less.
acres more or
f. balance due under the contract with ALSO FRESH 1 Jax. S-J1-44 !
JOHN E. LOTT. P. O. Box-n. Hampton EVt of SEV4 of SEU Section 17. c;; .. Coupon good through Saturday, March 21
Florida covering the financing of Township 8, Range 1*. Alachua -K ;: <
J said motor vehicle. Any surplus will County. Florida.
be paid to you and you will remain liable and that you are hereby required to ORANGES PEANUTS : :
for any balance remaining unpaid serve a copy of your answer or other
under said contract. Dated this written defense upon George T. Dune ::::: :: .
6th Day of March 1W4. ,
lap. Ill of Tomasello & Campbell. plaintiffs
\ ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT attorney whose address Is P. O. :':Imll1ll" ...r'lb.
CORPORATIONBY Drawer 30 or 155 West Davidson Street .
: H. S. JAMERSON Barlow Florida on or before the 31st
(3161) 3:11: day of March A.D.. 1964 and beforeor PLAID .
Immediately thereafter to file with C 25&tJa .
f IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY the Clerk of the above styled Court the 11 ; 5 49 39- STAMPS
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLOR- original of said answer or said written bag ,.
defense If any. bag '
DA. IN PROBATE.IN r end purchase of :
I RE: ESTATE OF If you fall to do so. decree pro con- r... ._ i With coupon
FAIREST MAJESTER JONES. fesso will be entered against you for the Z.:; ;,'... .I Two 20-oz. Bottles Ann Page I
Deceased. relief demanded In the Complaint. ///r -.4; 1 Tomato ..
To All Creditors and Persons Having WITNESS my hand and official seal
Claims or Demands Against Said of office at Gainesville Alachua County. 'e Ketchup 2 Bot. 49c I I t..
I Estate: Florida. this 20th day of February, GOLDEN RIPE I Jax. 3-2144 : .
You and each of you are hereby notified A.D. 1964. Y f Coupon good through Saturday March 21 1IrF
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12 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 18, 1964 ',' r" '" __.; ,, ,,' ,!, ,. ;
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.. 4. _4. .. .J. ed it here. De Gaulle wanted iton This is how it happened. For 'night-a few hours after the announcement ..._ y
JAMES MARLOW an island in the Caribbean.So weeks a special OAS committee Republican senators i
Associated Press News Analyst there was no meeting.But had been trying to get Panama denounced it. They didn't SPECIAL
WASHINGTON (AP) Score then the Frenchman irritated and the United States to settle think the administration should ,t

one for French President the American governmentby their dispute over the Panama agree to "negotiate" on the 4 Y s LIMITED
Charles de Gaulle. Big Charley, recognizing Red China and Canal Zone. treaty. They said it looked like THE

in his uniform and military cap, on top of it decided to visit Mexico After the riots at the zone last surrender.A TIME

did all right without laying a as' part of"his plan for getting -I!January Panama severed dip- few hours after the Repub-- OFFER I'!
Johnson.. and lomatic relations with this coun-
glove on President good will probably, licans said what they had on
In his first business for France in Latin :try. Panama demanded a revision their minds, a so-called "high .S
of the 1903 treaty which
jostle with John- America. U.S. source" made a joke of rk
son the FrenchAnalysis: Johnson arranged to make a says the United States can con-
the OAS announcement by
man came What The major speech to Latin-American trol the zone and the canal in- there had been no agree-saying BASKET of TIDE !

through smell- NewsMeans ambassadors at the Organization -definitely.The ment. FREE
Ing like a rose, of American States on the night before"the Johnson
McDuff gives you i deluxe laundry basket and enough Tide
even though very day, Monday, that De speech the OAS announced the The next day, Monday, John- to do your laundry for a whole year absolutely free
they were miles Gaulle landed in Mexico, uniform two sides had agreed to sit son went to the OAS to make with this Norge 14 washer during this sale!
apart in their and all. down and discuss the negotiate his speech. He had it all pre- ..

encounter, while the American If it went right, Johnson their differences. pared in writing. It turned out 0
I President put the Latin Americans would get as much front-page Latin-American diplomats said not to be a very good speech.It .

I' in a tizzy. play) in Latin America as De before the OAS committee released -[ was hardly more than a col-
The two men had a short talk Gaulle since his talk was on ,its announcement it had Lection of friendly and pious

here last November after Pres- how the United States and its sought and got the approval of /.8 1 S I 1 I / i
'ident John F. Kennedy's funeral. -southern neighbors could pull Thomas Mann, assistant secre- statements.
It wasn't a formal talk. That together better. But it didn't go tary of state for interAmericanaffairs. Even so, if this had been all, 1
was supposed to come this all right. while it might have disappointed -

year. But then there was some While De Gaulle did all the U.S. officials now tell another the ambassadors it wouldn't

confusion about it. nice things in Mexico, Johnson story: that there had been no I have been enough to astonish I
Were they supposed to meet didn't do them here, or at least agreement, that Mann hadn't them. Johnson proceeded to as-
here, or where? Johnson wantMax the ambassadors didn't think so. approved the announcement,I.tonish them by injecting some- IN

One reporter, who knows the that he had said he would need thing that wasn't in the pre- N

ambassadors, said they were time to consider it, and that he pared speech.He .
ConradIn shocked and astonished at John- consulted Johnson.At made official what the

son's speech.By any rate-this was Sunday I "high source" had said the
night before. He said there had
Crackup been no meeting of the minds : '
Brother-Sister with Panama.

Thus in a talk which was sup-
But Is Okay posed to be all about cooperation I j

he (1)) injected the sore sub- P rxr !

(( ) Deaths Explainedother ject of Panama and (2)) in ef- s I
fect, told the OAS to its face ;

grandfather, is reported in "fine that its special committee's an- ... ,: an
shape" after being rescued from THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA 1 brothers Dana, 7, and nouncement was all wet. W

the Greenland icecap where he I congenital heart defect was Ray, 8, who died in 1955 and

crashlanded a singleengineplane. suggested today as the possiblecause 1959, respectively.Dr. Pair Get Life ---- '
I II of the deaths in St. Augustine -
It was the 62-year-old pilot'sfirst of a brother and sister Kurt Zinner, a Wellsville, CAMBRIDGE
I Mass. (AP-
i crash in nearly 14 years of within two hours of each other.In N.Y., cardiologist, said the aliment Two of three young men accused w-= --- + *
criss-crossing oceans delivering I two generations, six other was "not due to any known of killing a Malden policeman -- }
single-engine planes to custom' members of the same family ..
cause. He described it as "fam have been sentenced
I ers. I'I'I also have died suddenly.In ilial"peculiar to some mem to life imprisonment.Louis .
By his reckoning he mak- Richburg, N.Y., a rare' :
was bers of certain families. Ladetto 17; of Cam- % :wbor.r..c'. '. 4
cz. ; r' ;.44
ing his 100th transatlantic solo heart ailment was pinpointed as bridge, and Lawrence Guerra
flight Tuesday. Apparently trouble -the cause of death of Darrell The surviving members of the 25 of Watertown changed their
with the Italian Procaer Pic- Thompson, 11, whose two brothers -, Thompson family -Mr. and pleas of innocent of first de-
chio F15 he was ferrying from had died previously from the Mrs. Glendon Thompson and gree murder.

Italy to Canada forced him same trouble. sons, Darwin, 8, and Dennis, The third defendant Peter ,' .... .
down on the barren icecap in Edward Ambrose Martin, 15, 19 do not suffer from the ail Ladetto 25, brother of Louis 'i. ."... ,:"':::. .. :'-: :. :;r:'" 'f" .',. \>t; ;.
subzero weather. a husky, dark-haired sophomoreat I ment that killed the three children -remained on trial in a Middlesex :

The flier was less than five St. Augustine's St. Joseph I Zinner said. County Superior Court.

hours out of Reykjavik, Iceland,i High School collapsed and died I : 1

when he came down on terrainhe yards Monday of a after mile-and-a-half running only cross 200 'Cradle of Mankind' Yields ;! J" '

described in a magazine article country event. T
12 as "mount-
years ago
His sister Angelia Diane 14
tains ice rocks Oldest-Known
no no 'Humans'cal
I at home recovering from (
coal no trees, nothing that man
to into
mumps appeared go
could use. I shock when her parents told her' New lurk ufonra descriptions of fossilized :
Luck was with him. He was of his death. She was rushed to By JOHN HILLABY limb bones that have appeared y.y.v
on the ice only a short time be-
a hospital where breathing was recently in the British science '
fore an Icelandic airliner'spot- London Fossils being exam- ..
restored once, but she was dead journal, Nature, under the signatures r- : F
ted him. Another plane dropped within two hours. ined by specialists in Britain of Drs. Michael Day V ;:

!. warm clothing and food. Another sister, Penny, 9, was and South Africa are believedto John Napier and Peter Davis.
An Air Force spokesman in found dead in shallow water in be the remains of the oldest- These anatomists have been --
Washington said Conrad walked which she had been wading dur- known direct ancestors of the entrusted with the task of reconstructing -
across a glacier from the wreckage I' ing a family outing in 1957. The human race. the limb bones

of his plane to the spot cause of her death was never The brittle yellow fragmentsare from material supplied by Dr. I I
where a small fishing boat took determined.Dr. about 1,750,000 years old. Leakey.
him off the icecap. He was James J. Devito, the family ,They were found by Dr. Louis
transferred to a Danish amphibious doctor, said "several other,Leakey of Nairobi, Kenya, in They include a series of ancient -
plane and flown to a U.S. members of the family have expired -' the Olduvai Gorge of Northern and relatively unspecialized ,
air base in southern Greenland.He suddenly, with no known Tanganyika, an arid chasm in apes called proconsuls
was to be flown today to the cause. Five children from two the Serengeti Desert known to which lived about 25 million New Norge' 14-iint 14 Ib. washes ever::*

Air Force base at Goose Bay,II sisters and three adults have fossil hunters as "the cradle of years ago and were more man-
been stricken under similar cir- like than modern gorillas and
Labrador.It mankind
One Load-9 baths-and they're all dean!
was Conrad's first serious cumstances in two generations."I The bones. include parts of chimpanzees.At .
accident in 35 years. The last Dr. Vito suggested that the ail- me SKUllS, tne handS, legs and
one, in October 1929, happenedon ment might be a congenital feet of a race of upright tool. No Place in Even if you have nine fast-moving,elothw-dirtyinjr. happy kids a complete .
the ground. A woman heart defect. making creatures who have North Central Florida change from the skin out makes just one load for the new Norge 14.
passen- The bodies were sent to the been described by a of con you find so manyUsed Add nine baths and they're all set.They're t
alighting from his group
ger plane lots of reasons big families need the Norge 14.A fourteen pound 14
walked into the propellor and University of Florida Medical distinguished anatomists a s & Typewriters (6n load equals ten full-size sheets, and that gives you some idea of the loads us. IT
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I was killedu. Conrad tried to rescue -School at Gainesville in hopes "almost certainly hominine." Cash Registers (U) you'll save on bed linen alone.And for those little loads,you can do just ] 2
I her and the stillspinningblade that a pathological examinationwould This means they are at least a 2lb. load of hand washables with only the water you need. J
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I Their parents are Mr. and be included in the branch of While They $1Q50Last Iy easier A new slanted control panel with bigger,easier-to-read dials lets you
injury blanked out his memory Mrs. Beauregard Archie Martin, the human family (hominidae) select the exact'wash cycle required without stooping and squinting.See .
I for three years and he had to who have three other children, that rise to modern RISER'SOffke the'Norge 14 Fleri-load right away. Everything.about it will tell Flul.Lull water Control Biggest Tub! Biggest A IU-
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Archie, Thomas and Nancy. (homo Sapiens). Equipment right water level for any load Plenty of room for any kind) .
Conrad who lives in Winona, from 2 to Ibs.-mak.the elf load to turn and]
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Bruins Feel Like Assistant By NTS Sports N1SSEN Editor

All-Area Teams
DENNIS Pinpoint shooting, with four players averaging more than

jT 20 points per game, is the key to the Sun's 1963-64 AllBENNETT I
It's New SeasonBy FIRST TEAM
Area basketball team. yr. M. fp. n.
a is limited Holton Browning, Trenton ..................... II'. 6-4 403 14.1
{ Cross City Sprinkle in strong rebounding although the height Dennis Bennett Cross City .." ,............ sr. 6! 435 23.5
l. and deft ball-handling and the 10-man squad rounds in Jimmy McMurtry. Keystone Heights ............ sr. 5-10 404 22..
Guard Ricky Turner. Cedar Key ...................... sr. 5-10 SI* 215
to a powerful unit. Jimmy Thomas. Lake Butler ...........:........ Ir. 6-0 533 17
Kansas Dave Strack Terry Nutt. Gainesville ,....................... sr. 6-3 450 110
match with
semifinal Michigan's
BOB GREEN Holton Browning, Trenton's rugged 6-4 junior center, dropped BUI Davis North Marion ...................... Ir. S-11 450 180
KANSAS CITY (AP) UCLA I State, the Big Eight champ witha ;whose Wolverines bombed Duke in' 603 points and topped the average department with John Williams Clemons, ,Starke Santa "F'J: :: ::::::: ::::: : or.: 44Richard 254 500 135 17.:*
22-5 mark. Michigan, 22-4, 83-67, said his team isn't takingthe Mike Hartman. Gainesville ..m............... sr. 4-3 333 1X3
won't be bothered by the pres- Blue Devils lightly. 24.1.Cross SECOND TEAM
plays Duke, 25-4, in the other City's Dennis Bennett had the most total points with Bud Riviere and Richard Johnson both of Santa Fe; Ronnie Greer, P. K.
sure of an unbeaten season in "We're not looking past them 635 and placed second in average at 23.5. Yonge; Bill Boaz and Bcyd Welsh both of Gainesville; Egbert Famed.Chiefland .
semifinal. 'Strack said. "No sir. We're not ; Jimmy Slaughter, Trenton; Tookie Pruitt. North Marion; Dexter
the final rounds of the NCAA 3. The high-scoring duo was joined on the first team by Ricky Bender, Hawthorne; and Horace Moody Bronson.
basketball championship."We Discounted looking past anyone. We're just Turner, Cedar Key Jimmy Thomas, Lake Butler Terry Nutt HONORABLE MENTION
j ; ;
looking forward to Friday nightWe're JIMMY ;;;;1 Larry Clyatt. Lake Butler; Ell Beasley Bronson; Ernest Jenkins. Richard
and Mike Hartman, both of Gainesville; Jimmy McMurtry, Hobbs and Harold Bishop, all of Starke; Bobby Dodd and Gibta Killian both
feel we're starting a new UCLA beat Kansas State and going in with respect for of Cross City Danny Wilson, Trenton; Jerry Beckham and Miles Smith.
MCMURTRY Keystone Heights; Richard Clemons, Santa Fe; Bill Davis, both of Cedar Key; Terrell Bass. Newberry; Danny Moody Melrose; Gary
season, Bruin Coach John Michigan romped over Duke in I everyone and fear of no one. North Marion; and John Williams, Starke. Halter, Bell; Doug Mitchell Williston; Gary Cooper Keystone Heights;
Wooden said. Duke's Vic Bubas said his Charlie Beauchamp. Chiefland; Chic Hinton Robert Stearnes and Covey
regular season play, but all four ; Keystone Top Rebounder Johnston, all of P. K. Yonge; and Laroy Paulson and Warren Buck both
"Our kids were, pressing "to a four-:team had matured since the loss of Santa Fe.
coaches speaking over
; Guard Browning also was a rugged rebounder in leading the Tren-
complete the regular season un- I to Michigan."We .
made it. And way telephone hookup Tuesday, ton quintet to a 21-5 record. He was lauded for his all-around
defeated. They off. Now agreed those December results think more aggressively, play and improvement.The The 6-1% senior forward scored at a rate of 13.5 per game
that took the
we feel we're pressure starting all over could be discounted. play more aggressively now 6-2 Bennett shifted from center to guard for his senior and was a top rebounder.

again."If. '"It was obvious when we he said."We are a more confident season and was even more of an offensive threat. The jump- Clemons broke his right (shooting) hand in the latter partof

we get beat," it won't be played Kansas State that they I team now. Our scoring balance shooting expert closed out his prep career in fine style witha the season and missed eight games. He came back, witha

because of that kind of pres- were experimenting, looking for is better and we're a little 37-point performance in the group tournament.The half-cast, and played the final season game and the group

sure. It'll just be because we the right combination. Apparently better off defensively." rs.ral 5-10 Turner was a one-man gang in leading Cedar Key and regional contests.
played a better team." I they found it. They've comea Tex Winter of Kansas State RICKY- to a sparkling 22.2 record, best in the area. He averaged Davis score 18 points per game for North Marion and

The top-ranked Bruins take a long way since then," Wooden said his team is now "as i 21.5 points per game, mostly on a deadly left-handed jump hauled down an average of 14 rebounds. The 5-11 junior for- '
28-0 record into Friday night's said. good as any team that's goingto TURNER shot, and played flawless floor games. ward was playing his first year of basketball and was lauded
be there."Difficult" Cedar Key Turner was acclaimed by opponents for his playmakingand for his tremendous natural ability.
accurate feeding in addition to his scoring. The 6-4 Williams was a standout scorer-rebounder for the i''

"UCLA is very difficult to play Guard Hit 22.4 Starke team that posted a 16-12 record.

WhateverHappened I against. When they beat us, we McMurtry was the other 20-point plus scorer with '404 points 82 ConsecutiveThe

just weren't real well preparedto and an average of 22.4. The 5-10 guard was the sparkplugof senior center scored 500 points for a 17.9 average and

handle the kind of problems a mediocre 8-11 Keystone club. completed his third season as a starter. He opened 82 con-

UCLA presents. We're a little Thomas was a jack of all trades as he carried Lake Butler secutive games for the Tornadoes over the three-year span.

better prepared now." from seven straight losing seasons to a 17-10 record. The 6-foot The second team was composed of Bud Riviere and RicharJ

The teams took their final junior guard pumped in 533 points for a 19.7 average and Johnson, both of Santa Fe; Ronnie Greer, P. K. Yonge;

workouts on home courts today. grabbed 293' rebounds. Bill Boaz and Boyd Welsch, both of Gainesville; Egbert Farnell

All are scheduled to arrive in JIMMY Nutt end Hartman were the mainstays of the surprising Chiefland; Jimmy Slaughter, Trenton; Tookie Pruitt, North

Kansas City Thursday and will Gainesville quintet that posted a 15-10 record and gained the Marion; Dexter Bender, Hawthorne; and Horace Moody,
have brief workouts at the Kan- THOMAS finals of the regional tourney. Bronson.

sas City Municipal Auditorium, Lake Butler Both are 6-3 seniors and were outstanding rebounders and Earning honorable mention were Larry Clyatt, Lake Butler;

To 'Cats ? site of the Friday night semifi- scorers. Nutt averaged 18.0 and Hartman 13.3 points per Eli Beasley, Bronson; Ernest Jenkins, Richard Hobbs and
nals and Saturday finals. Guard game. In rebounding, Nutt grabbed 17.2 an outing, and Hart- Harold Bishop, all of Starke; Bobby Dodd and Gibba Kil-

None has ever won the cham- man 13.7. lian, both of Cross City; Danny Wilson, Tenton; Jerry Beck-

pionship. Nutt poured in 28 and 23 points in the two group tourney ham and Miles Smith, both of Cedar Key; Terrell Bass, New-

And whatever happened to Kentucky? victories: and Hartman took over in the regional with 19 berry; Danny Moody, Melrose; Gary Halter, Bell; Doug

and 10 point outputs. Mitchell, Williston; Gary Cooper, Keystone Heights; Charlie >r
The mystery of the demise of the Wildcats last weekend in Cadets Now Balanced Team Beauchamp, Chiefland; Chic Hinton, Robert Stearnes and Covey -

the Mideast NCAA regional cage tourney at Minneapolis is as Clemons was the standout of a balanced Santa Fe team Johnston, all of P. K. Yonge; and Laroy Paulson and

puzzling ,to those closest to UK as anyone. SentimentalPicks that raced to a 22.5 record and lost in the regional finals. Warren Buck, both of Santa Fe.

There has been much conjecture over the play of the 'Catsin i .

losing to Ohio University, 85-69; and to Lyola, 100-91() the NIT

latter in a consolation game. TERRY BILL JOHN RICHARD MIKE

Before ttfe game with Ohio U., Kentucky coach Adolph Rupp NEW YORK (AP) Move NUTT DAVIS WILLIAMS CLEMONS wM. r,t HARTMAN

pronounced his team confident, eager and ready. Unfortunately, back, you NYU Violets, Happy Gainesville North Marion Starke Y Santa FeForward Gainesville

Hairston and Barry Kramer. .. Center Forward Center ., y Forward H
The Army Cadets, with Mike (
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Silliman, Joe Kosciusko and Bob i'i i 1 1 J
Siegle have becom..the sentimental s _

1 11 t the National basketball Invitation favorites Tourna in .* *- I

ment. .

I Given even a slimmer chance
than NYU in pre-tourney forecasts

the Black Knights of the

an knowledge incident until or two now.cropped up that has not become general Saturday ture Hudson 64-62 surprised in and the Tuesday first St.round Bonaven night las! Turner Named to All-Star Squad I

When Louisville played Ohio U. early last week in a pre- came through with!! another tremendous -

Mideast Kentucky was on hand to scout. So upset. They humbled
liminary were all the players.game The 'Cats spent an entire game taking third-seeded Duquesne from By JOE HALBERSTEINSun Tseece, Jacksonville Parker; !iors, the local Tipoff Club also ,school's history with a 20.3 ave- more, DeLand Sun-News; Bud-

notes on Louisville. Ohio U. won in overtime. Rupp felt his Pittsburgh 67-65 in an overtime Sports Editor Dave Miller, Delray Beach 1 will honor the state's top jun- rage. dy Martin, Ocala Star Ban-

'Cats figured the Bobcats were going to be a "soft touch." quarter-final struggle. Seacrest. j ior college player at the ban Writer ner; Bill Buchalter, St. Peters-
Feature Turner of Cedar
Ricky Key
:quet. Selection of the top Writers who voted in the Tip- burg Times; Bill Kirby, Tam-
Now they are in the feature Turner, the only Class C player -
Gibson Suspended has been chosen writers will :
second of by prep 1964 junior college player off Club poll included Neil pa Tribune; Larry Mahoney,
game spot Thursdaynight's picked, was the spark of the
of various Florida cities as be made Sunday, Fred Lewis, Amdur, Miami Herald; John Tallahassee Democrat; Bob
for Minneapolis, Rupp suspended sophomore semifinals against sec Cedar Key'team which posteda Club said to-
Just prior to leaving ond-seeded Bradley from Pe- one of the state's top 10 senior fipoff capain, Maddrey, Fort Lauderdale Florida
forward Mickey Gibson for "disciplinary" reasons. 22-2 record. He averaged 21.5 I day. News; Jack Flowers, Lakeland ion.
roomies.In oria, 111.NYU players who will be honoredby
Gibson and Kentucky star Cotton Nash are considered a "bust" the Gainesville Tipoff Club points a game and was term- UF MVP Ledger; Al Whitm n r s h,.Krauss, Pensacola NewsJournal. -

the game with Ohio U., Nash turned in the absolute worst during the regular season, but ed by Class A Perry coach Gil Orlando Sentinel; Roger Gil-: .
next March 25. Also to be honored at the
performance of his career, according to Kentucky writers which ousted Syracuse in the Wednesday, Barr as the "toughest player

and Rupp. The UK coach said Nash would not rebound, pre- first round and knocked off top. Harry Dunn, Cocoa's fine i l the Bulldogs had to stop" in Tipoff most valuable Club fete University will be of Florida the Stearns Pitches

ferred only to shoot from outside-and took few shots at that- seeded DePaul on Saturday, guard, was the only unanimous regular season competition. player for 196364.
where Ohio U. had him boxed in, and would not accept Rupp'sinstructions goes against the fourth-seeded selection while Mount Dora's

from the bench during timeouts. New Mexico Lobos in Thurs- Ron Mikell, Plant City's Mike Turner thus joins Mike Clarkson Most of the top senior cagers

Louisville Courier- day's opening game. I Rollyson and Palatka's Bob Ste- of last year's Gainesville played in the recent state'tourney -
of the
editor PKY
Earl Ruby, veteran sports The Lobos from Albuquerque in fine fash- to Victory
summed it in bitter fashion. He said Kentucky vens got all but two ballots. High team as area represent ; performed
Journal, up the Ohio gained their semi spot by sur-' tatives on the honor squad which on. Others, like Grate, Christian -
played against Ohio U. as if it were "wading against viving Drake's furious closing Other members of the 10-man' and Turner, were star performers -
River flood." He also the 'Cats look "tired" of the whole thing finish to beat the Bulldogs from honor team are Jeff Grate, Mi- will receive framed certificatesat Clarkson during the regular season ALACHUA HIGH SPRINGS ,The Wave's winning rally
week's fete.
and Rupp, on the bench, also looked tired in his coaching. t Des Moines 65-60 on four free ami Norland; Chuck Schaefer, made the 1963 team. as their teams were elim- P. K. Yonge opened its base-I was sparked by a three-run

All in all, the pride of the Southeastern Conference took a throws by Dick Ellis in the last Miami High; Mike Christian, inated in ground play. ball season yesterday with a homer by Stearns. The only

vicious kick in the teeth by the lackluster showing of Kentuckylast 27 seconds. St. Petersburg High; Allen In addition to the 10 top senRabbit' Grate was the whole show 5-2 win over Sah,,Fe as Robert I other extra base hit of the

weekend. for a Norland team that had Stearns limitet.<(ne Rebels to alone game was a first-inning double
little. He is tabbed probably the hitPKY I by Tom Hansen of PKY.It .
School Meet Smith the first PKY
High Accepts finest athlete in Miami, being was varsity
however still neededa
victory over Santa Fe this sea-
a star in football and baseballas
While on the topic of basketball, it is felt a suggestion or well. Christian sparked the four-run outburst in the sixth son in any sport. PKY will host

two concerning the annual state high school meet at Florida finest St. Pete High team in the inning to overcome a 2-1 Rebel Orange Park at 7:30 p.m.. Fri-
Gym.It Gator Recruiting Post lead and pull out the victory. day at Harris Field in its next

is to be hoped that Floyd Lay, executive secretary of the .. '-" Live Oak Stearns struck out 11 and Iga ne.
School Activities Association, will accept the ,,.r. w'1Y- : 4'M'-sA'4F M walked five while Rebel hurler P.1e. Yllllt .11 .1 1 Santa Fe III r 1Dennlson. .
High Charles "Rabbit" said this
cruiting post, : .:3 b 61 1 Markham is :310Stainaker
ideas strictly as constructive criticism.One Greg Blount whiffed seven and .cf 422 J Emeraon. 3D 100
popular and highly success- Big Asset D 1mpsGHS walked only one. PKY collected Solley, is 2 0 0 Blanton cf :3 0Hansen .
the of the participating teams ful football coach at Palatka lb 312 Rlvieve, C 211
is in regards to placement seven hits off Blount. Stearns p 311 Blount P 211
the The high schoolers persist in sitting at "He will make a very ca- Mavens e 311: Barron. Ib :301Dobson.
School the 12
during games. High
years If 310 Clark 2b 3 0/ M
the ends of the floor as do the Gators and visiting teams whena has the of pable and_ outstanding re- LIVE OAK Live Oak jumped PKY scored a run in the first Wiegman, rf 3. Halloway. If 1. 0
accepted position
I but Santa Fe went ahead witha If 0 J Emenon If 3 0
off to three lead in Lott 1
college game is being played. head recruiter the Univer- placement for Sterling Dupreeas a run W-oIOW. 2b 300: TJohnson. ..... 21 2
on advantage
the first inning here yesterdayand pair in the fourth, taking m III

Last weekend, it was noted that coaches and players of the sity of Florida staff, UF coach 1 Florida's in recruiter.Florida and His raced past Gainesville High, I of two PKY bobbles In P.Totals K. Yonge 2151',." 1 . o5J.Jta
scholastic teams always were "leaning out" to see the actionat and thletic director ;Ray background 5-2, in a baseball game. the field. Fe 1112I00-2-1-4
the opposite corners. In addition, the noise of the crowd Georgia, his knowledge and I _._, -
-- -
makes it imperative for the coach to have a foghorn voice Graves said today. friendship with people shouldbe Bill Croft led off the 1irst witha .. J r '' 4. ::-J.,: } _
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his instructions across to his players. with a big asset to him in his homer to start the Live Oak i "
during timeouts to get Smith met Graves yes- ; : f ;
work. He is recognized as one nicestpeopUdrink
And having the teams at side-court is an inconvenience to terday to discuss the positionand s rally. tepsflll :. U .::'
school coaches .
of the finest high '
moving in and out of the area. the offer. '' : >yq.. :<'
in the state and we are The winners scored three ; = ,

Too Many Whistles --- The former University of 't $: f happy to have him with us." more in the fifth inning to up r. { .- : J

Georgia halfback (1943-46), Smith will begin his new their lead to 6-0. They had only 'Xl :- ; :. >t41 ;1; :

The other has to do with the officiating at the tourney. Acting coached at Morgan Co. Highin duties this weekend when he two hits in the sixth but were ;; II. 1.\ j

under instructions from the FHSAA office, state tourney Madison, Ga., before goingto will represent the UF at a aided by two errors, two walks 1HICIOaI

officials called games "closer" than they normally do duringthe Palatka as an assistant c.I football clinic in Waycross, and a hit batsman.

regular season.In coach in 1951. He took over in Ga., Smith is expected to OLD DLD
GHS into the column
1952 head mentor. move his family to Gainesvilleas got scoring
this writer's opinion, the officials determined the out- 'RABBIT' SMITH soon as possible.The in the sixth on two errors

come of more games last Friday and Saturday than the Bulldog Standout . Leaves Palatka and a hit by Ed Pavelka. I
participating teams, players and coaches. new UF recruiter has Darrell Croft was the winning .aa.a..

Smith, who replaces Ster- have losing seasons at Pal- two sons, Fritchy and Perchon pitcher and Wayne Rick the los HICIDI
Virtually every game turned out to be nothing more than a ling Dupree in the recruiting who were standout athletes er. .
parade to the foul line. The AA finals was particularly so, was a standout gridder atka in 1961 and 1962. His in football and track for Pal- i
fouls. post, Braves came back to 8-0-2 Ge1.estrtil ab r k live pet ab r .hLesgett.
60 points out of a total of 110 coming on ,for the Bulldogs. He was a go atka. 3b 300 B. Croff M 311 1 w ,

Somewhere along the line, the real object of the game, let member of the 1946 College last year and beat Class AA Smith and Mrs. (Virginia) Oiipepper.ef HIP, a 201 302 D.I Croft 411 I Amerr!!' "

the boys play, has been forgotten or ignored. All-Star team and had a flingat Orlando Colonial in the Azalea Smith have four children, Roberts Pavelka. ss Ib 310 311 Taylor Horst, *c 321 311EckdahW 'JJ;.years:'tight :
pro football in 1947 and Bowl game. His high school student at the tt 300 Han+rd2b 311Guenther 1 1 F ,, 1
More whistles blew in the state high school cage meet 1948 with the ,Chicago Cardi- record was 104 wins, 50 losses sons University Fritchy of, a Florida; Pers- ,c rf 3.3 0 1 0 Brady Kirby rf 3b Oil 201 ISummerlin 1 : "' 10 : : mellow 1. >__,:.:::::.Wwh.:,":,:,!ytibi ..
9-" :':' Nears.
here last and Saturday than Tuesday Weld would ties.'Graves Vann. If 201 I : :
Friday nals. and 11 Rick p 100 itt t ;:'
chon senior at Palatka; : ; kJii ti ;; $?<;:':: ..
b : :
Americasat a Comb J09Pool Ib 201Wats I ; i ( :: i >>MjtK ::
Plaza of the : : :
command if she walked the. : .
across '
twice in ''a pleased with and daughters,.Rose _Ann.and, .... .1411 TIWI 12 < 'rW.TaWll.. .....ii11iI .aJQius t li.1W I i0.tip
the UF in a bikini. And if you've seen Miss Weld Only 16-year Gainesville ......... 0 0 /i t to \31 +
coaching carreer did Smith Smith's acceptance of the re- Uvt Oak ............ 31113 i t I
in a bikini, that's a lot of whistles. i Vickie.h! I

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r 14 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 18, 1964 ,

l 11! Koufax I Has Mets Lunging =:At New Blooper Pitch II

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I By HAL BOCK j New York Met hitters lunging I in his five inning stint. exactly one run in 43 innings of Bob Buhl, Cal Koonce and ered for the Braves, who had ants' attack. just three Baltimore hits as the
Associated Press Sports Writer and lurching at an assortmentof "I'm serious about the pitch," exhibition and regular season rookie Sterling Slaughter limitedthe managed just three runs in two I Norm Cash and Willie Horton Hcuston Colts nipped the Orioles

For the opposition, the dis- pitches which included a new said Koufax. "As long as I can action against the Dodger ace Los Angeles Angels to three shutout victories before facingthe Hit Homers 3-2 in 11 innings. Bohannon's
couraging thing about Sandy weapon something Koufax throw it for a strike, I'll use it." since May 1962. l hits for a 2-0 Chicago Cub vic depleted Athletic staff. slugged home one-out single delivered the win
the Detroit
needs about much J. Paul ,Once rid. of Koufax, who tory. Lou Brock tagged loser I runs as
as as
Koufax isn't his awesome fast- Lovable Worst The San Francisco Giants Tigers dumped Philadelphia's ning run for the Colts.
fanned seven, the Mets broke Ken McBride for solo homer. I -
ball or his sharp-breaking curveor Getty needs another million. The old Koufax arsenal was loose against old teammate Bob Twins Feasted a bunched four singles for three' Phillies 82. Cash drovein Ted Savage smashed a two-
the combination of the two, The addition than enough against the in the sixth inning and then five
was a blooper more Miller with Frank Thomas' two- The Minnesota Twins feastedon runs runs as Detroit evenedits run homer and the Pittsburgh .I
which renders hitters virtually pitch something like the one Mets, who managed just two run homer the major blow. Los New York Yankee frontline held on for a 4-3 victory over Citrus record at 2-2. | Pirates came up with a run in J<
helpless. It's the thought of him Rip Sewell flashed at National hits. In their short, history of the Boston Red Sox. Willie Mc- Skinny Brown, Larry Yellin the bottom of the 10th inning to
I. Angeles weathered the str -m fora pitching for a 7-2 victory New ,
adding another pitch. League hitters in the 1940s. futility, the Mets have been at Covey's three hits led the Gi and Larry Bohannon allowed edge Washington 5-4.
5-3 victory. starts. Vic Power had four singles : I

Koufax made his Grapefruit Sandy displayed it three times,I their lovable worst against Kou
Unbeaten St. Louis handed and Jimmie Hall solo
League debut Tuesday and had getting it over twice for strikes fax with a total production of a
Cincinnati its first setback 42. home run for the Twins as AI j

Starter Harry Fanok doubled Downing, Ralph Terrf and Whit- !
home the first two Cardinal runs ey Ford hurled for the Yanks
and hurled three shutout inningsto Felipe Alou slammed a homer

pick up the victory. Vada and a two-run triple as the Mil L- 4' # r L:

v Dayton MOTT'SSUNOCO Pinson homered for the.Reds. waukee Braves unleashed a 13- : .. \
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Thorobreds hit attack for an 8-1 victory over *s ; :

Worlds fineit,Sifeft Tire* the Kansas City A's.
Rookie Rico Carty also hom-

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at Largo and Tampa. % :'.

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will start at 1:30 There also -J .. ,
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will be afternoon programs ] > 22InchTHRIFTICUT I
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Friday and Saturday at 1:30 ,{. !
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at 7:30 tomorrow,
Friday and Saturday. A morn- H
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Saturday.The ; r

local show is co spon- \
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Association. A share of the ;;
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help purchase needed school STONEWALL SPORTSMAN HEADS FOR THE BARN i

equipment. J. W. Rowan, Clearwater, leads Randolph Farms horse MOWERr

Opening session Classes classes ]Harness, Stock Horses, Morgan novice; Walking Horses ladies; appear here will be on hand.

I tomorrow Opening afternoon will be for I horses, W a 1 k i ng horses (two-, Jumpers, and Green Working Most of the .major Florida stables .

olds) Western Pleasure, Hunters. will be represented. .
Hunters, Five Gaited, pear ;
novice Arabian Pleasure, Fine J 18 and over; Three Gaited, Judges for the show are Lee ,Admission prices are .$1 for ..
; hipman, saddles, harness, adults and 50 cents for students. ...

roadster and equitation classes; Box seats are available throughDr. .

Buddy Black walking horses; Cofrin. M.
f Trip and Terry Wallace jumpers.Dr. Extra Attraction ..
D. M. Christoffers, Keystone -
Extra attractions at the horse -
Heights, chairman of the S
show said all indications are show this year include perfor- 8-D-287 4l
mances by the Victor
r Vandy Again the finest field of horses ever to
tometer Company's pony hitch ...
team which will perform at all
l Florida pushed over three Right fielder Bill Blomgren, I shows, Jack Andrews and.famed Dependable 2'-h.p. 4- Big easy-rolling Adjustable cutting :

runs in the seventh inning to who had two singles and a doublein : Organizational mule Snowball,at the.Saturday cycle Briggs & Stratton 8-inch steel wheels height from 1 to : .

r. down Vanderbilt 6-4. yesterday four trips and drove in four Slated show and the Alachua, Co. engine with easy-wind with Firestone 3& inches. :

for sweep of their Southeast- runs, got the key hit in the sev- Meeting mounted posse also on Satur automatic starter. wide-tread tire :
1 Conference baseball series enth for Florida.He Rigid construction
and ern the Eastern Division leadin singled In two runs to The Gal n e sville Recreation day.Overall, there are 89 classeson .Choke-amatlc throttle control Safety guard on with heavy 14-gauge :

the SEC.Kentucky. bring Florida from a 4-3 deficitto Department will hold an organIzational the seven session programof on handle for easy operation. grass chute steel deck. :
a 5-4 lead and the Gators ]a- meeting at 8:30 pan. the horse show. Major cham- 1
and splita
ter added another tally in the tomorrow at the Rec Center ,to pionships will be determined Just
twin bill at Athens Kentucky discuss woman's Softball for Say J
I I' winning the opener, 9-8; and the inning. 964. Saturday night.
the 3 Anderson Wins "I
Bulldogs taking nightcap,
Entry blanks and fees were t
Charles Anderson
; 2. The Gators now are 2-0 to picked up
teams and 0-2 1-1,1 the win with two and two-t h i rd due today. Women interested in Sewing Machine OperatorsWith .
for those two
of hitless relief. Adrian participating in the league and $4999BUDGET
,, Vandy. Auburn and Tei) at least 3 years factory trainedtxptrienu. n
Zabala started for the Gators not already on a' team are requested Apply at '
also in the SEC Eastern EASY
to attend. Fast pitch a
t and Dick Phalines relieved in Florida Athletic C*
have yet to opnplay. the fifth. and slow pitch leagues are to be 302 N.W. 4th street r
ion have yet to open play. formed. Phone 2-337S after 2 PM. I
Dave Jess up homered for I TERMS

Vandy in the top of the seventhas \

': Starke the Commodores gained a
Topsif short lived 4-3 lead. THE SEBRING

Tom Shannon got two hits for

Florida, one a double. Vandy
r managed only five hits and they

went to five different players.The 1 1 a
Nine 7-3 Gators, 5-2 overall for the
.J J gear, will host Georgia Friday SATURDAY! MAR. 21st

and Saturday in a pair of crucial .1.1
,' STARKE The Bradford Co. SEC games 9:30 a.m. tt
Tornadoes of Starke defeated Florida's 'freshman baseball 1

} Macclenny 7-3, yesterday for team will be in action tomorrow molded rubber % f

their second baseball win of the River Junior College of Palat- -sponsored bySPAIN"S Non-skid design

1 season. Starke edged Green ka at Field e 7.0-320 -_
Perry starting at 3 Universal Fit
l Cove Springs 5-4 last week. GULF HEATand
I pm.Vand
Choice of
I' Mark Hamilton gained the YOUR 6.Q-30
win, going the distance. He fanned rble abrk FterMa a> r II colors: white, 1
ngram, 3b 21 0 Creese. 2t 310Ramsey Your Good Gulf Dealers CHOICE
h eight, walked four and scattered ,cf 11 1 Mntgmry 3b 2 21 EACH red blue $149
Knepper rf 3 0 0 Elliott cf 101Geshke
I > six hits. Hamilton won in ss 3 01 Blomgren rf 4 2 3 Industrially listed by U/L. green black Only
) relief at Green Cove. chuford Ib 3 01 Shannon, Ib 312 MILLER-BROWN MOTORS
Rchrdsiu rf 1 0 0 Duncan If 300
I Greg Reddish led Starke with essup. If 411 Porter c 401.UiUfcL
two hits while Wayne McLeod 2ta 4 0 0 Morcroft, 5400 Volkswagen fir Porshe
Le Gear, c41 1 Zabala p 2 0 0Mauch.
)I and Dwight Elder had doubles. p 200 Phallnes, p 000

: Starry had two hits for Mac- Trials a-SchweUer.. 3145 100 Totals Anderson., p JO 1 '0 7 0 ANDERSON DIST. CO. CAR SEAT BELTS

t clenny Vanderbilt 00020020 0-4 i ANY SIZE LISTED
1 Florida 01100130 Your Schlitz Dist.
Starke overcame an early E: Jessup, Ingram Montgomery. RBI:
2-0 lead with Ramsey. Knepper SchuforoV Jessup I
Macclenny PRICE
Blomgren 4. Shannon. Porter PO-A: $
runs in the second inn- Vanderbilt, 24-11 Florida. 274. DP:
Mazadi to Schuford; LOB: Vandy 1. ONE LOW PRICE INCLUDES
ing and sewed it up with two Florida 7, 2B: Shannon Blomgren; WGGGDial
more in the fifth. 38: Schuford Porter; HR: Jessup; S:
Duncan. Montgomery; SF; Knepper I INSTALLATION
;, Starke will host Santa Fe at Ramsey;
4 is its next Pitchers Records I P H REF SS SO '
J r. p.m. Friday. game Mazach (L-1) 1-73 t 2 Three ply top quality 100% nylon '
Mcclnny b r h starke lark
Zabala 42221 0 1230
Hill rf 31 0 Falcon M 411 Pnalines\ 11/3322 2 1 firetfoneChampion webbing. Stainless steel buckle.Fits
I Crews." 2b 400 Cole If 210 Anderson (W-l-0) 22/3000 3 any car. Available in black, gray, t
Tharpe IS 3 21 Reddish. cf 412 WF: Mulch; U: Rafts and Belbeck T: beige blue red and
L I Morris C 3 a 0 McCloud. 3b 41 1 2:321 A: 530. 3-B-700 green.
Starry. D 302 Hamilton. D 31 0
Reynolds 3b 3 01 Elder c 1- I i Nylons

I Llndsey. lt 2 0 0 Waters", rf :
+ Barber, cf 3 01 Frfck, Ib 301\\
d 2 01 Akrldge. 2b
Totals .... 24 I' Totals 277 S i Tubeless Tube-Type
Macclenny 200010G-37
j Stark 1201210451Brunelle I 6.00-13,6.50-13

I You know the bestPLACE : i 7.50-14,8.00-14 6.70-15,7.10-15

a fP
1d ; '
f a ,

Tops Loop ; ; i
,1 ; $16 ,,. y

With 610 % < (

50'I I
Roland B run e De of Piggie but do know Burpeeana I
Park Restaurant led the Indus- you Plus tax and ++ r + )

trial League at Palm Lanes last : trade-in tire lutruAN <1 I i iJ

l night with a 610 set. He had the bestTIME off your car : + TirestoncW GIANT d

games of 191182237. WH1TEWALLSONLY \ GIANT. ZINNIAS 4

Darwin Simpson had a 599 for w

Pepper Printing and John Ben- S *3 MORE
yo Allstate Insurance, had 599 J
also. Simpson had a 247 single ? 50 c '.
i game high.Pepper firtttone :

Printing hit 3008 on I I is honored by thousands and thousands of '
1049992976.() B & G Motors had' Firestone dealers and stores in the United States Package .1
and Canada'..wherever you travel ;
a 1059 single game best. I ; .
Wilbur Thomas made the 4-10 MVt..ra.1.wYr.w -..r.a..LL.e..wwYWs.M"W..4
split Arnie Quick, 5-7; F u 1 ton c__ M4,..taur..m1*kwirw it Mw.tater.fa wrwWNOFlauppi.r* ,
Minnick, 6-7-10' ; and Harvey Luck Not at aO. Mysterious It needn't _...It.-.... NO COST OR OBLIGATION
be! These periods of activity are predictable.Tkey .
Thomas 57.
t aN the variable feeding periods during
1 Norma Weseman led the'Flor. which .... entire animal kingdom responds to,
ida National Bank Coffee Would you like to arrive et your favorite e stimulus; effects of the sun and woos
( i. rfce fall assurance
mating or risking spot
League with a 555 set on gamesof that within the next one to two boar One of America's leading 'sportsmen andnaturalists.
169231155. Her 231 was high period. you would find the best sport the Jokn AUen Knight baa mode a
had 552' has. offer career. of charting these variable feeding periods -
game. Liz Elleman a dey. to .
had 552. You know how it ..". ... Suddenly. for into a scientific timetable.Tne
and Polly Gabbert also has obtained for,
.. apparent reason the fish will .. to GafiosyNlo'S.a rights
Deposits had an 1889 series feed actively, taking most onytklng you'offer. publication of. these tables the "Solunar
in this'.... Watch.for them!
and a 720 top game. Splits were Hum. Tables" Every mf 1
made by Mary Kelly, 6-7-10; Dot '
Evans 5-7 and 5-9-10; and Mae where dollar buys MILES 1 more Nigh
Hill 5.6.Tom JOHN ALDEN,, KNIGHT I' Til
Davis hit.610 in the Presented by the Except

Thursday night handicap loopat OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN MINUTES Fridays

Palm Lanes on 192225193. ,rct Til 9

Ken Sanders had 571. Team No. ti ahttsuit iun y Jlrt 304. W. UNIV. AVE. Phone FR 6-7561 \
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3 rolled 2451 and had an 852 high t : _

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' Floor Traders a Dying Breed? Files ChargeOn

!Ir --

. Ntw fork OlimrB .are the only exchange members ped the wings of floor traders requires it private club character that pre- aU.R i

r By M. J. ROSSANT on the floor without any specialresponsibility. cutting down on their freedom| It is possible that the exchange vailed before the exchange s.. t
NEW YORK The days of They trade for of action and their ability to can save floor traders from ex- transformed itself into a public Sheriff

floor traders are numbered. The their own account, paying a make a killing. But the U. S. Securities .tinction. But extinction may be market It depicted floor trad- .

,1. New York Stock Exchange is mere fraction of the commissioncosts and Exchange Commission .preferable to being tamed for ers as little better than, scav-

1 making a valiant stand to protect levied on off floor trans- thinks they remain harm- the comparative handful of full- engers whose activities exert a

I I their rights to risk their actions and possessing the in- ful. It has been discussing their time floor traders who will find destabilizing influence on the

t I capital in pursuit of profits, but tangible benefit of acquiring the fate with the exchange, insistingthat it difficult to change their spots. market
N j it appears doomed to lose. "feel" that comes from operat- they must be either elimi- There is nothing noble about The exchange seems to be In Union Co.

. 't Floor traders are a rare spec- ing in' the very heart of the nated or effectively house broken floor traders in the eyes of the talking about an entirely differ-

f: lese Unlike specialists, odd-lot market or trained to carry specific S.E.C. Its special studies viewed ent animal It argues that floor

rill dealers and floor brokers, they The exchange itself has clip- 'duties when the public interest floor trading as a vestige of the traders render an invaluable
service by providing liquidity,
market stability which it
" or Lake Butler Councilman
regards as a vital factor in

] ./ BUSINESS MARKET = maintaining fair and orderly WHITEHEAD

'I.I. I REPORTReaders' markets.As' a public market the ex- Alleges Assault by Sheriff

REVIEW V change takes pride in the fact

that most stocks be' easily -
I can Gun Wound Charges of assault and bat. a Lulu beer store operator on
converted into cash. This is the
Mar. 4 in Lake Butler.
-- --- Union Sheriff
tery against County -
I result of ample liquidity. Butthe
Futch said the state attorn-
TODAY'S DOW. JONES I exchange may be placing Fatal For John H. Whitehead have ey's office is conducting an investigation
undue emphasis on the contri- been filed in the state attorn-
Prev. Close Components 1st Hr made its into the alleged assault -
bution by
J Request I'I'The floor traders.liquidity ey's office by E. B. (Barnard) "All .I can say now is

818.16 1 Indust. | Up 1.24 I The S.E.C. agrees that floor G'vffle ManGarland Andrews, Lake Butler city that a complaint has been filed

Itpoints councilman. against the sheriff and a Lulu
t to 191.39 1 Rails | UpToT traders increase liquidity. "
( following market quotations out however that floor man known as "Georgia Boy,
art requested specifically by readers 139.39 1 Util | -0.16 I Arnett Strickland, 22, Assistant State Attorney Futch said.
of the Sun financial page. TIM quotations STOCK LISTINGS I traders concentrate in the most
t,I bern are Murphey furnished Investment by fJf --wul- 283.97 I Stocks | Up 0.58 i. actively traded stocks, where 17 SW 24th St, died late last Mack Futch said today that the When contacted by the Sun

I'I .. here.) .. 5,490,000 I Volume 11,430,000 liquidity is least needed. Moreover night at the J. Hillis Miller complaint was filed last weekby this morning, Sheriff Whitehead -

it 4 Searle Gd .90 .- 60% Mort. Guaranty Ins 25Y. their location on the floor Health Center with a bullet Andrews, alleging an assault. declined to comment on ,

II N. Y. STOCK -*. Singer 2.00 98% Pacific SW Air 431h ;encourages hit-and-run tactics wound in the head. on Andrews by the sheriff andBy the charges filed by Andrews.
Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks
that can extremely
.t EXCHANGE Schlitz Brewing 4n prove
I Smith Kin 1.20a 67
\ Volume Close Change exaggerating rises and Deputies said the wound ap-
Secur. Life & Tr. 58
Sou Cal Ed 1.C5 32% I
I I St Oil Cal 2.00 _.. 60% Southern Nitro 174'4 123 300 Syntex Corp 88 % off 1. declines in prices. parently was self-inflicted. Satellite Corp. \
Abbott Lab 2.40 1163'8ed Travelers Ins .. 53% 98 100 TWAWts 20 The exchange publicly repri-
St Oil Ind 2.00b 62% a- % up 1% : Strickland was found about
,f Alh'I Cem 1.80 56'14 Sterl Drug .65 29% 45 500 Seabd WId Air 8% up 36''I manded one specialist firm for

I Amerada pt 2.00 16% Texas Utit1 !ewlg58% MUTUAL FUNDS & 31 000 Genl Plywood 7 up 1 failing to live up to its responsibilities 6:30: at a residence near Ala- '
in the market plunge that chua. A .22 caliber revolver Share'
::,, Am Elc Pow 1.16b 41% Textron 1.40 42% 20 600 Natl Video -a- 17% unchLate Might
INVESTMENT CO. took place following the news of with one shell fired was layingin
Tidewater 39%
i Amer Enka 1.408 M.I President Kennedy's assassination. -
Trans W A 38% his lap.
.I 63%
Amer Home 1.44a MorningN. But floor traders have no
Affiliated Fund 8.62
Union Pac 1.60a 40%
Amer M Fdy .90 17% Und Air L 1.50b 58 Capital Life & Gr. 9.97 obligations to the public, and He was rushed to the health With Pentagon

u:j Annco SlI 3.00 1314'I Upjohn 1.00 56% Divers Growth ._ 9.75 Y. ListingAllis can be penalized only for acti- center where he died about
', Atch Topka 1.208 35 War Lamb .70 26% Dividend Shares 3.71 vity that might imperil their 11:30 p.m.Strickland.

Bauch Lomb 1.20 Worthintn 1.50 41% Dreyfus '_ ._ 20.13 own position. Their operationsin Nrm bark Elmra satellite system.In .
Baxter Lab .36 26% Coal 17% Gulf Oil 53% have automobile
the assassination was an
Xerox .... 87% Fidelity Capit 11.22 the process, however there
l' Beclunan In 61% Zenith 1.20a 84% Fidelity Fund 17.46 Alcoa 76% Int Harv 68% not been made known. salesman and a member of the By JOHN W. FINNEY could be a significant shift away
.' Beech LF S 1.10 48 This does not that floor Baptist Church. He was a
AmAir mean
65 a Also extra or extrasb Fidelity Trend 18.58Fund'tal 44% Int Nick 74% WASHINGTON-The Denfese from the original presidentialand
Bristol ::80 _- % Gainesville native the of '
j My constructively son
Invest 10.73 traders cannot -
,. 9OJ,2I Annual rate plus stock divi- Am Brk 54% Int Pap 31% and the Communi- congressional objectives in
Brown Shoe 3.40 Income of Boston 8.28 or responsibly. There are, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Strickland.He Department
Brunswick 10' dende Incorporated Inc _- 9.77 AmBdPar 36% Jones&L 74% after all, variations in the spec- was married and the fatherof cations Satellite Corp. were rep creating the privately owned
(I 117 Declared or paid far this AmCan 42% Kais Al 38% be Communications Satellite Corp.
Cambell S. 2.40 so Keystone K-2 -_ -_ 5.64 ies. Those with strong financial a small daughter. orted Tuesday to near

r Carter Pdt 1.00a 66 yearf Keystone 5-3 -_ 16.88 AmCyan 63/ Ken'cott 84 resources have stilled temporary a igreement on developing a Throughout the government tes-
f Case J. L ..- 101hI Paid in stock in 1963 esti- Keystone S-4 4.71 AmMot 17% Lig&My 75% gaps between supply and Funeral services will be at 2 "shared" global satellite sys- timony in defense of the contro-

Cessna Air 1.00:.. ... 26% mated cash value on ex-divi Life Investors -_ -_ 19.90 AT&T 140% Loch'd 38%' demand, thereby limiting price )jn. tomorrow in the First Baptist tem that would meet both com- versial move ran the theme that
Church with
Rev. Fred
Ches Ohio 4.00 69% dend or ex-distribution dateg Life Stock Fund 7.73 AT&T Rts 30% Lorillard 44c movements. They have parti- mercial and military communi- the new corporation would serveas
; Cons S Gas 385 Paid last year Mass. Inv Trust 16.32 AmTob 30% Mag'vox 41%' cipated in distributions of large Laughon and Dr. F. W. Koko- cations needs. a symbol of this nation'speaceful

l, CBS 1.80b 43Y. Mass Inv. Growth -_ 8.66 Ampx Cp 15% MplsHon 126%' blocks of stock which also can moor officiating. Instead of launchng its own developments in space.

1 Comb Eng 1.20 29'l AMERICANSTOCK Pioneer Fund -_ 9.77 Anaconda 49% MM &0 M '67% relieve potential stress in the Burial will be in Hillcest, satellite system the Pentagon The heavy military Involve

l Cone Mills .80 153Conti Puritan Fund -_ 9.44 Armour 49% Mohasco 12% market. Memorial Park under the direc- would lease channels in the pri- ment in the commercial under-

Air! .40 23'Contl EXCHANGE Putnam Growth 15.52 ACL 71% Mons'to 73% But these are not statutory tion of Williams Thomas Funeral vately owned communications taking also could raise diplomatic

11 Ins 2.20 r 58% TV & Elec 8.20 Babcock 59 Mont Wd 37 obligations. Nor can all floor Home. network space for complications in persuading -

j Contrl Dat .. _.. 7644 Aerojet-Gen 38 Value Line Inc ._ 5.48 I B&O 37% Nat Dist 26% traders afford to perform them. government other nations to join in the
Com Pdts 1.50 66 8I Analex Corp __. 29 Pallbearers will be S a m m y use. and of the U.S.-
Wellington Fund 14.95 Beth Stl 37% N.AmAv 53% The few who can, do so because ownership
Delta Air 1.60 88'/4 Aqua Chem __ 18 Purchases ._......... 414,660 Boeing 43T/s Penney 50% they think they can make a Taylor, Van McCoy, Bob Henley The arrangement would be tothe sponsored system.
1 Bet Steel .60 14'6 Aurora Plastics ._ 32% Short Sales ._._... 2,900 Borden 75 Pa RR 32% profit, not because it is incum- ,. Charlie McCall Bob Es- financial advantage of both

I Emerson EI 1.00 44% Barnes' Engineer.._ 24 Other Sales .......-... 444,007 Brunswk 10% Phil Mor 73% bent on them.It penship and Bill Preston. the Pentagon and the Communications LionsMeeting
Fair Camra .5Og 30% Butler Shoe 8% RCA 37% Satellite Corp. The Defense State
I Total Sales 446,907 CaterTr 587/s will be difficult to establish Survivors include his parents
Jim Walter ._ -. 33% Cinerama '_ .__ 15% Advances .... 584 Celanese 65% Rep Stl 45% specific obligations to counter- his wife, Wanda B.; daughter Department would get

Finanl ,Fed 63% Chromaloy __ 11% Declines ............_ 492 Chrysler 47% Revlon 39 balance the special privileges Susan Lynn; and two brothers more satellite channels and at Here
Sci _
: Fst.Chartr.,. .,1.97f -,- :46% Computer .22 Unchanged -.., ...:.,. .... 278 CocaCola 123% Rey Tob 41 granted floor traders. The ex- Warner and Jimmy, bothof less cost than if it launched its
.J Fla E Cst 9% Cutter Labs _. 17% Total Issues ._:.... 1,354 -, Con Edis' 84% StReg P 34% changes own suggestions do not Gainesville *" own satellite system. Cabinet officers representing
Data Control ..
Food Fair .90 201ht New '1963- 4 Highs .-. 81 Cont Can 44% Seaboard 48% 'meet the criticisms of floor traders The in turn 38 Lions Clubs in North Florida
t FMC Corp 1.00 53% Fulton Inds 8% New 1963-64; Lows 15 Dow Che 71% Sears 107% made by the S.E.C. They Flees CubaIn corporation, will meet here tonight with
Gen Develop 4% would get substantial financial
Gen Tele .88 ._ 33 I
duPont 260% Sinclair 46% may be more humane, but all their governor, W. R. (Sonny)
Ga Pacifi 1.oob 64% Mackey Airlines 7% N Y S E Most Active Stocks EAL 35% Socony 70% they provide is a reprieve, nota Male Garb assistance in the early, costly -.' Lee of District 35L.

Getty Oil .10g 2944 Mead Johnson ._ 22% Comp. Vol. Close Changes E.Kodak 130% SouthnC 54%I permanent lease on life. years of putting a satellite The meeting gets under way
Grace Co l.oob 51% Pac NW Tel 22% Firestone 43% SperryR 18% Like it or not, floor tradersare MIAMI, Fla. (AP) A pretty system into operation. For gov- at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn.
27- Philips Elec 46% 99 400 Westing El 36% up 1% nment use of the satellite
HeIne Curt .80
Fla Pw 45% StBrand 7844 anachronism. The dodosof refugee said today she fled It is one of four annual meet-
58344 Redwing Carriers 11% 89 500 Leh Val Ind 2 up % an channels the Pentagon would
IBM 5.00 _
Fla P&L 77% StO NJ 84% the public market that the Cuba by stowing away on.8 ings of the cabinet. About 225
66% RIC Group 9% 69 800 Cont Aid 23% up 2% the around $25
Int Min C 1.8oa Ford 58 Studebak 7% has created.In cargo ship dressed as a man. pay corporation representatives are expected.
Int Tele 1.00 :. 56 Sperry R. Wts ._ 8% 64 500 Chrysler 46% off % million about onetenththe
The petite brunette Nelida a year- Among the items of businessto
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Swift 47%
56 800 Gt Wst Fin 18% off % Frmst Da.10 all probability, the passingof
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423'4 Syntex 88% of establishing
.llogg .80a _- 74% Del Pilar Fernandez, 21, said cost be discussed will be a reporton
Sul 36% Texaco
Frept floor traders will not have
25% %
55 Gen Tire
Lehman Cp 1.34e 2944 Tampa Elec 26 400 up Frueh Tr 31% Thiokol 167/s she was aboard the Lebanese a,g lob a 1 communications the Eye Bank project.
55 200 Ford Motor 57% % any lasting impact. Liquidity
Litton In 1.98f 66% Tech Measur 23% up
54 500 Chris Craft 16% 1% Gen Dyn 30% U Carbid 120 should not be seriously impaired Toula carrying Greek
TWA Wts -_ 20% up
Lone S em 1.00 20\
Marsh Fld 1.60 40 Valspar ._ ._ -._. .. 7% 52.600 RCA 37% off % Gen El 90 Unit Airc 47% ; it could be increased if last crewmen November., when it. left Havana Is Heard
50 300 San D Imp 12% unch Gen Fds 90'Un Fruit 23% the exchange based its commis- Beefing
Martin M 1.00 18Y.
OVER THE COUNTER 50 000 Korvette 31% off 2 Gen Mills 42% US Steel 58% sion charges on volume and the In British Honduras, she was

McG Hill .60a 37 46 700 Pan Amer 70% up 2% Gen Mtrs 83% Unit Mat 12% amount of services that brok- discovered, the stowaway said
Mead Corp 1.70 47 Alico Land -. -? 73'4 45 200 Alum Ltd 28% off % Goodrich 59% WestgEl 37% ers provide. As.for stability, it but was permitted to continue
Merck 2.003 118 Amer Fidel Life .:. 25
On Meat
after the ship's captain paid a
t 42 700 Certain-teed 16% up 3'4 Goodyr 46% Winn'Dix 30K is unlikely to show any notice- Importsraisers.
Natl Aid .80 .. 47 Amer Heritage _, .. 21%
? fine for her. She said she left
e 40 400 Lockheed 37% off % Greybnd 52%. Woolwth 75 able improvement
NY Centl .50 g 33% Amer Nat Ins ._ _- 20 the ship in Jamaica and was --

Nia M Pow 2.00 50% Amer Pion'r Life .-. 5% there three months. JACK BELL 1 the situation again next year.

Norfolk \V 6.00 122 Anheuser Busch ....
> 47% She was one of 41 refugees WASHINGTON AP-Caught) Hruska said the cattlemen
No Ind P S 1.48 5718 Anodyne '-. ._ .. 4% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH arriving in Miami Tuesday. In the squeeze of internationaltrade can't wait.

No Nat Gas 1.80 53J,2 Citizens Bank 34 negotiations, the Johnson,
Olin Math 1.20 46J,2 Conn Lt & Pow ._ .._ 37% administration be stockpiling "The patience of those people

)' Owens n G 2.50 951h Cowles Mag & PB 13% Old Papers some election may troubles by re- directly involved, who will be

Pac G&E 1.00 3174 Dun & Bradst '_ 61% Insurance Tax Break Limits : sisting legislation to cut meat broke and bankrupt, will run

Pac Lung 2.40 59% Firs West Fine 19% ; Like 'N ew' imports. out and: they will say, 'You haveto

Pac T&T 1.20 3O% Florida Gas .. n% Republicans contend that the legii.ate,' he declared.

Pan Amer A 1.20 704 Fla. Nat'l Bank ._ 40 Western prairies are on fire Freeman broke in to say that
Parke Day 1.00 32 Fla. Tel ._ ._ 24% By Sylvia Porter ,,. :; ,;; NEW YORK (AP) They with protests of cattle and sheep the Nebraska Republican, whoIs
opened the box which had been
Pennzoil 2.00 69 Forrest Labs ._ ... Sen. Roman L. Hruska, seeking re-election his year,
Perkin EI _._.___. 42% Founders Life _. _. sealed in the cornerstone of the
8 The 1964 tax law has cut bars an interest deduction for Treasury's rules the employer's R-Neb., contends some cattle- was making "a campaign
Pfizer .80a 495/ Franklin Life 57% down two widely used tax loans used to buy or carry life payment of the premium old Times Tower in Times men are "going broke" becauseof speech."

Phelps DG 3.00 .. 68 Great Amer ._ 15% breaks connected with life in- insurance under a plan which bas not counted as income to Square Tuesday, and read all boosted imports of beef veal

t Polaroid .20 ... 15944 Grolier ..........._. 45% surance. involves systematic borrowing the employe.The 12 New York newspapers dated and mutton under voluntary "I resent that very much,"
Pub Sv E G 2.60 16% Gulf Life ._ 56% Jan. 18, 1904. : with Australia and Hruska fired back. "This is nota
Pure Oil 1.60 4426 Herff Jones ._ First, taxpayers across the of the increasing cash surren- 1964 tax law limits this The papers reported trouble in agreements New Zealand. political speech. That is the
Home nation have brought or are con- der value of the policy. tax advantage to $50,000 ofgroup the Far of the of the Mid-
Rayonier 1.00 36 Insurance U... 65T4 I Iemploye East and Panama. That there is Democratic concern feeling people
Rexall .50b _- 39% Jax Minit Mkts ._ 6% sidering the purchase of life There are certain exceptions life insurance for each Commuters on' the Erie Rail- over the matter was dem- west."

Re"D Metl .50 39a Kennasaw Life ._ -. 13% insurance[ under plans cal 1 e d"minimum which will allow the interestto Premiums paid by an road complained of congestion. onstrated by the action of SenIate ,;I

Rich Merr 1.00.... 49% Life of Fla 5% deposit" or "finan- remain deductible' -for in- employer for coverage over Broadway box-office practiceswere majority leader Mike Mans-

R C Cola 1.20 52i Lowes Company ,. 18% ced" or "bank loan" insurance.The stance, if the interest does 0,000 for an employe are now under fire. Brooklyn police field of Montana in proposing Kirby.SmithFund

Roy Dutch 1.73g .... 42% Milgo Electron .. 15 key appeal used to sell'not exceed $100 a year or if the considered as that employe's were chasing the Mafia. : quotas which would limit such
r this insurance has been that policy is taken out in connection taxable income. Drive
There were bloody uprisingsin imports to the average of 1959-
the buyer can get much higher -with a trade or a business. Most of you who are cover-
I Africa, and editorials told of 63 base period. Mansfield is
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MAR. 17 I coverage for his money than But the general objective clear- ed by group life insurance the dangers of cigarettes.The seeking re-election in Novem The Kirby Smith P.T.A. will

(c)High New Yen Times Low Close NetChg. through a regular insurance ly is to knock out the tax de- won't be affected by this cut- box was opened becausethe ber. present a fund raising program

25 Roils 133.00 131.17 132.45 Up .65 purchase because under "finan duction which makes the plana back because you don't get Times Tower is being re- Thus far, testimony in supportof tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the

25 Industrials 820.02 810.01 815.51 Up .11 ced" and similar purchase saving way to that much protection.But constructed as the Allied Chemical quotas of one kind or another school.

50 Stocks 476.51 470.59 473.98 Up .38 plans the insured borrows the buy more insurance for less there are many key exe- Corp. Tower.Of bas been taken by the Senate
cash to cover his premium cash-and this change applies cutives and many owner em- I finance-Committee from North Children, teachers, and par-
the 12 two
costs either from the insurance from 1964 and on to insurance ployes who get more than $50,. are still published newspapers under only the Dakota South Dakota, Iowa, ents will combine to present a

company or a bank. The contracts bought after Aug. 6, 000 of group life insurance cov same names the Times and Montana Colorado Wyoming, "Womanless Wedding" and

policy is used as collateral for 1963. erage. If you are among these, the Idaho, Nebraska, Vermont, Virginia Talent Show. Contributions for

STOCK FLASHESNEW the loan. The only money the This means that unless the the premiums paid by your Morning Morning Telegraph.The Telegraph Is Oklahoma and Hawaii. the program will be 20 cents for

MARKET insured actually pays out of I exceptions apply to you, you employer for your coverageover Hruska and Secretary of children and 40 cents for adults.
his pocket is the interest on will not get the tax deduction $50,000 are, as of 1964, taxable .. now a racing paper.Paper Agriculture Orville! L. Freemangot

the loan and he gets pan 01: under any 'financed' or "min income to you. Into a shoUting match about
YORK (AP) The 84%. that back by deducting the Interest imum deposit" or "bank loan The Treasury .wanted Con the matter in a hearing Tues-I OES Group
stock market in issues Says
was irregular Among trading unchanged -
on his income tax return. insurance you may buy from gress to bar still a third life day before a Senate Appropriations -
moderately active trading at were: General Motorsat Because the interest is deductible here on (or even if you bought) insurance tax break-this one subcommittee. 1 Slates Meet
the opening today. 83% on 2,300 shares Penn- Failed
; this plan has workedout it since Aug. 7, 1963)). If, arising from use of so-called day Freeman testified that he Is
Changes of most key stocks sylvania Railroad at 32% on
so that the higher an insured though you bought this type ol "split-dollar" life insurance tinder opposed to any legislation to In Williston
were small. 1,500; Allied Chem!:-4,.at 56%
the and WASHINGTON (APThe place quotas on meat Imports.
person's tax bracket insurance before Aug. 7, 1963 which an employer an
Opening blocks included: American on 2,700 and Sears Roebuck
Washington Post said Tuesdayit He said the United States should
more tax he has saved with you can continue to deduct employe generally split the
at 107
Airlines, up % at 44% on % on 1,700. -
had learned that w 0 rId wait to see if voluntary agreements -
interest deduction and the the insurance.
his interest as before. rights to .
4,800 shares; American Telephone Radio Corp. opened on 4,000 trons Club of the Williston Chapter
off Vat 140 on 4,000; shares, off % at 37%. Also on less has come out of his pocket The other widely used life Congress refused tom, ate heavyweight champion Cassius with Australia and New domestic Order of Eastern Star, will
to for the insurance insurance tax break which is law change on this, but i it i day has failed his Army mental Zealand don't strengthen
and Chrysler, up % at 46% on 4,000 shares, International_Telephone pay any meet tomorrow night at the
3,500. gained % at 56%. which is being bought with cut back by the new law involves has told the Treasury to. study test a second time. meat prices. home of Mrs. Ruth Sandlin, with
borrowed funds. life insurance.Up this of insurance and to Clay took the second examination The contended tha
General Electric dipped % to Eastern Air Lines rose % to group type secretary : Mrs. Claire Smith as co-hostess.
89% on 2,800 shares. 36 on 1,800 shares. U. S. Steel The Treasury has disliked to this year this insur- close the tax break by administrative in Louisville March ]13 :only 15 per cent of the decline. The meeting will begin at 8

Opening on blocks of 2,000 added % at 58H on 3,500 this practice for years and it ance has enjoyed complete tax rulings if it decides and scored low on the aptitude i in prices paid to cattle raiserswas i with The regular business

shaI es. each, American Mot- shares. finally persuaded Congress to exemption. Millions of employes this is desirable. tests the Post said. It added caused by imports. He saidas session supper.will follow.

ors rose 4'cto 17%; Studelaker Yesterday the Associated add a provision to the 1964 tax are covered by group life Tomorrow: Business Par- that a psychiatrist who tested per cent could be attributedto
gained % at 7%; and Standard Press average of 60 stocks rose law which will sharply limit insurance for which their em- chases, U. S. citizens abroad him to see if he had been ma- an increase in domestic pro.. The next chapter meeting isw

Oil (New Jersey) eased % to .8 to 302.2, a new high. the plans. In general, the law ployers pay but under the etc., lingering reported be wasn't. duction. He promised to review r scheduled Monday at S pan.

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"j. e -. ) SHOULD DO? -
your problem For a sent rI

F s tral ply writ t. Abby, Box 3365. ;J

,, I'\ : Its a Tie! Beverly Huh Calif.. 90212. and FLTII rI

i include a atlf-addresstd stamped ear' <
., 9 "10,.. Abby answers all mall.F .w I

I I I t Abigail Van Buren ..,.. 5aovcs..

I{ DEAR ABBY: Do gentlemen really prefer blondes? Do DEAR RUINED: When you ordered, your husband should BOPSHIRE, O'FARKAVENOO GOOD TIME// VA GOT DESE.TREE JEXEOJT1VE /,% I

|. blondes have more fun? Why do men act so silly over girls have asked the waiter to make up separate checks. ? MAN:rV UJNCHES TO r
J with hair that is bleached until It looks like straw? Wouldn't ...
f DEAR ABBY: Last week I was a witness in court As I
rather a natural redhead, or a girl with shining r -
; they see == ;
approached the witness stand this 65or 70-year-old( ) judge y -
f black hair chestnut-colored hair with golden highlights
shouted at me "Say, if you're gonna testify in this court, I
'Why do rave over a girl just because she has blonde .ts
< men speak loud and with respect!" Then he fell back in his chair, t' :
hair? I would like to know the answer to this, and so woulda -
put his feet up on his desk about six inches from my face, and =

lot of other women. NO DYE HARD lay back like he was dead. While I was talking, he suddenly < V ;tti] -. !

jerked his feet off his desk, sat erect in his chair and shoutedat 3e
the top of his voice, "SPEAK LOUDER!" Do you thinkI
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i DEAR NO: Men like hair that is (a) clean, (b) well groom should send this judge a bed and a hearing aid? ., ,
( ,ed, (c) fragrant, (d) shiny, and (e) soft If it Is all of these WITNESS ,

\ things, men don't care whether it's black, brown or gray. I -- 1 i
know a girl who has been both blonde and brunette, and she DEAR WITNESS: "Judge not that ye be not judged."
# *
_, to a dinner show at a night club. Our income requires that GA.": Listen to the advice of your father. A 17-year-old divorcee FEET. IN AT NOTIME ALL DAYS !

we budget carefully. My husband and I ordered the least ex- is not fit company for you. Papa knows best. 'I' g BAD, DOC?

} pensive dinners, and one drink apiece. The other couple or- *

dered the most expensive dinners and they each had four DEAR ABBY: There seems to be a campaign against CDH J

i drinks. When the waiter brought the check, the other man just "dropouts" from high school. It isn't necessary for everybodyto

divided it in half and said, "Your share is $19.90." The floor get a high school diploma to be a success in life, you know.I &<

show was on at the time, so my husband said nothing and paid quit school after the ninth grade and I did all right You c 1

up. On the way home he told the other.man that he had some probably won't print this, but if you do, sign me- 1r

money coming, and explained why. The other man became in- "DID ALL RIGHT IN LOUISVILLE"DEAR Z

dignant and said, "If you can't afford an evening out, you ---'... .
should stay home. "Of course he was wrong, but how could DID: Congratulations! Perhaps you "did all right"in rfl :
J|t this have been avoided? spite of the fact that you weren't graduated from high

i .1. school. But you'll never know how much better you would
FRIENDSHIP RUINED have done if you had,earned a high school diploma. YE GADS! SHE LEAPED WHY EVET=/GIRL TOWN CRAB GRAB! HERYOURSELF

hands. Script by Eric 10:30 O CD Word For Word NO, NO? OFF ARE.i' BURNED IN I
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I WASHINGTON The primary -defeated Sen. Barry Goldwater,I primary in New Hampshire.A I bomb on Canada if they per- .... .

results in New Hampshire who ran on a ticket of "I'd rather taxi driver who was a big sisted in importing cigars from

f still have Washington pundits ,be Far Right than Presidentand Goldwater supporter told us on Cuba."
scratching their heads. Henry Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, -- 1 u AND fcNCSSHS; HATS 1 HAV5 NO GUESTE 71415 HAP BEEN 1WHIIX A V sEFVL iVKMTHSie TM5M WHY
the to work the
I Cabot Lodge, whose campaign who found out not only that you after the primary that the Senator -wasn't half as bad as his promise U IT)t UV3 LA3yYCJij HUS5ANf! DEATH CMH6FFCKTT&ACTA CPJNICNSBUTKV.WTTERSA1P. THE JOM3LEAUTHOU5M /... HAYS PCU50NEO HAVE YEEi; LSO
slogan was "If I am elected I can't take it with you youcan't from Arizona had / MUST UNDERSTAND YRs : Hid WIFE THEIR FOOD BEEN POLLUTED POISON
been defeated
will return to the United States it win
even use to a lousy by a very biased and unfair -schools in the United States and o I5 EhlanoNAilY TH: us,as kRa! A1IAI5... IN(3.M( EEN sctL.r !
r, press. turn them over to private en- k sy
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"How's that?" we asked him terprise. ;z;
FAR RAG RAFT "He couldn't have said all The public relations man said, -< i r.
AGAR "The thing that really did it in
-! ALAMODE those stupid things the press t tS
TOPICAL SOLI quoted him as saying." my book was when he vowed ..Jrn rn I& ? .

A r1 1 l. M I D U L AA that if he was elected he would

I 1.ACROSS Clutch Heretofore 30.Muscatel L E D B I D E LL! L In any case the write-in for send all unemployed people to > IIW \ \ O'tli ; f

5.Glossy wine SEC V E 1 L Ambassador Lodge in New jaiL ,
fabric !1.Valise P L L A R I P Hampshire has changed the political The chairman held his headin r I - 10.Implore 33.AIr. O R I E N T A L F E strategy of every candi- his hands. "Even that was r C15tJ'T

11. Extract antelope CAM S 1 P PAR EI date now running for the highest better than his promise to puta

12.Packing 34.Grampus T I N C L I B E R A L office in the land. tax on poor people so they
Monster -
3.cases Groom 39.Youngster E SR D E A R E S T We happened to sit in on a would have to pay their own relief T Pt:.; UP'I D1 w'TE SAWS, 60 cur BCSTLE, 'biNB JUST
4 4., Possessed 40.Punjab TERM: ERR RES conference for Barry Nelson benefits." L 731I .ent AL'S PCTLE DO A VET/ rr kD Cava 13ACIC SEEM THE DFFEtENCE
15.Prowl. bean SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY PUZZLI Goldfeller yesterday and some "Well" said 'an adviser, I M $O IlEti. SEE If VJdL'4 GOOD JCB STRA61T N AM iaa'Z.T BETWEEN A SE26cAXTT
17.Fodder 42.Store las of the best political minds in "there's no sense crying over Lie Ns'Lcrs T P cW o cr LSMovycSOMETHING AND CAPTAIN 4f

plant pit44.0Ieoroln DOWN Many the country were discussingtheir spilled milk." ir sj
11 Medical 1.Sculptor's 6.Ohio strategy for future pri "That: reminds me," the public 4
flufflx 45.Palfrey child college <
maries. relations man said, "why did tS
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20.Planet 46.Sal am an- 2.Deserter
22.Beautiful den S.Authmti- 8.Cake "Okay," the campaign chairman he come out against milk for == 5 3y

woman 47.Dh emi- cate decorator said, "nobody would listento school children?"- 5
;24.Essence sates 4.Broom 9.Gains me, would they? I told you "He said pasteurization came F Y

10.Bomb pit we couldn't let our man go into from France and everyone

I t S" t 4 7 II 12.Oaioalikc New Hampshire, but you were mew that France had a socialist
I' II 1 1.1w all against me. You said, 'Once government." r...

,19.vocaUzcd the voters see Goldfeller they "He also said he was againstthe s n9 i
St. IJ 21.Conaterfo., can't help but be impressed.' Do Salk vaccine because people
/ .. .Woman'sdub you realize that 'before Gold- in the United States shouldbe
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ti had 45 cent of the have
vote not. He citedit
1d it : / W 26.Bargained per polio or / \ ONAVC .' ILXNEEPNT I-.WT 1F IK5I5T..JUST VICTORS' ROOM AT THE END OF THE, .,
'lh par "ar again and when he left we had 2 per as another example of thegovernment's m WITH MY PNJGHTER FOR A PAD., KNOWK* RYE MINUTES COREPOR7.IU BJQN6 USA F
ZJ 'lh/4 27.Overjoy cent?" encroaching on individual rt. 'FEW AWNUTE5. THERE MSS WILLIAMS* +

1'- 1I H 29.Toupee "You're right boss," the pub- liberties." J
I, 32.Newspapers lie relations man admitted. "We The chairman said, "Let's forget -
f "// I JJ miscalculated but it wasn't all what he said and_ _think abou t ii

I :;} u ... ;I. J7 U / 3t 3 35.{.Oven Breathing our fault.How did we know, the Oregon primary." 1 ..ri1 -
"'fi h rattle Goldfeller would tell the people: Everyone agreed.
I, 4' 41 ) fif 4' 36.Trace where he stood?"* "There-is only one thing w e f

I 4. /" 'l/ 38.Within: '"All be said he wanted to dc I have to decide on" the publi "
'/ / comb>> form was to go there and shake relations man said.
!I, 4. 47 // /. 41.Territorial hands" an adviser added. "What's that?" rA j _
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Another adviser said "I still 1 "When we enter the Orego A>
fir__'.... """, '.....s a/it Baste think his big mistake was sayta primary, how the hell do w e

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: Gainesville Suit March 18,1964

J Rotarians Jr. Deputies spring include ushering at
TYKE DIESCOOLER I Florida Field] for T *tfr '"

1\1\ I With Your Men in Service .I Hear UF IN N'1't At SpringsJunior F Olin Ministerial rise Services Association sponsored by and the:?

l -- Army PFC Robert W. Clarke, tember 1962, completing basic Dean's Merit List for outstanding 1948 and arived overseas on Music TalentAt CHICAGO (AP-A J-year- deputies from Afcchua assisting the Boys' Club with
I a son of Mrs. Hilda, M. Clarke,'training at Fort Gordon, Ba. academic achievement at this tour of duty in September their weekly luncheon old boy decided to finish his County kicked off their spring:car parking during its annual
I 2114 NW Seventh PL; PFC, The 25 year-old soldier is a the United States Air Force I''1962.The meeting yesterday, Rotarians afternoon nap in a picnic drink program of activities with a pancake day April 4.
Bobby R. Nelson, son of Mr.I II 1957 graduate of Lincoln High Academy. sergeant is a 1947 gradu- heard a variety of musical tal- Tuesday. frolic Saturday at Itchtucknee I started J
John Durkin suffocated when Another recently
I and Mrs. Ernest C. Nelson of School and received a BS degree Cadet Almand, a member of'I ate of Sneads High School ent from what was introduced Springs.
I Hawthorne; Sgt. Cleveland Williams -' in 1962 from BethuneCookman -the class of '66, will be granted as the 'cream off the top' of the lid snapped tight over him. Swimming, fishing and games activity is creation of a precision ,
His mother Eleanor Durkin
24, whose wife, Mary,' College in Daytona Beach. additional privileges and will University of Florida talent. 27, found the lad dead, were the order of the. day for drill team under the direct- ,
the silver star of distinction peacefully
and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beach. wear
ROTC Cadet
p his sleeve in recognitionof The musical program,present. curled up in the tiny box, the 45 attending. ion of UF Capt. I
P. Williams live in Bronson, Sergeant Williams is a radio on 5:> ed under the supervision of Florida his head resting on his pillow. Activities planned for this Ronald King. I
the honor accorded him by
, PFC Amos Cannon, son of Mr
", teletype team chief in Head- Union Program Director, Mrs. Durkin said she began
dean of .
and Alzona Cannon'of the academy faculty.He
Mrs. C.
of the 35th Delbert Sterrett, with
quarters Company began searching for John 'after she
Chiefland, and other members Infantry's 1st Battalion at Scho- is a graduate of Albany "Wouldn't It Be Loverly"n d him
put to for his and Decoraor
School. His mother, Mrs. nap -
t of the 15th Division's 35th Infantry High I
field, entering the Army in and "Can't. Help Lovin' That then noticed his bed empty.
I at Schofield Barracks, Walter B. Stubbs, lives at 2227 4
1956. He was stationed at Fort Man of Mine" sung by soprano -
NW 16th Ave., here.
I Hawaii, participated in Exercise -Riley, Kan., before his assignment I Carol Mayo.
High Top II, a five-week at Schofield Barracks, and I Miss Kay Denney and Miss DRAPERY FABRICS
field training maneuver in Hawaii is a 1955 graduate of Williston Army Sergeant First Class Carolyn Harms followed witha If your payments are getting fII
which ended March 6. Vocational High SchoolCannon Thomas J. Dennis, son of Mr. x gatorette routine. delinquent, Classified Ads bring I I
I The men of the 35th Infantry is a truck driver in and Mrs. Frank D. Dennis of Golden ReynoldsTwo Mario Leubetto presented you extra cash FASTIINCOME !
moved from the Island of Oahuto Waldo, and other members of a
the same company. He enteredthe Gainesville men have variety of lively tunes on the ac- atDISCOUNT
the rugged lava beds of the Army in September 1961 and the 30th Medical Group partici- been reassigned to new basesto cordian including "L ad y of TAX
volcano Mauna Loa, on the Is- was stationed at ,Fort Chaf- pated in field training Exercise attend technical training Spain I Adore You".
land of Hawaii for the live fire Med Delta last month in Karls- courses GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS I
fee, Ark., before his present as- completionof The musical ended I 1 .
and combined arms training ex signment.The ruhe, Germany. USAF basic military trainingat with program I PRICES
"Danny Boy" and "DeepPurple"
the exercise
ercises. During Lackland
24 year-old soldier is a I I
units, under simulated battle played by Prof. Robert
Clarke is a loader in Head- 1959 graduate of Chiefland High all They are Airman William D. Carson on the violin. 1328 NW 6th>> St. FR 6-2924>>
quarters Company of the 35th School. performed phasesof Reynolds Jr., son of Mr. and r
duties involved in
Infantry's 2d Battalion. He en- medical Mrs. William D. Reynolds of
and treatmentof
tered the Army in September Hendrik A. Browne, son of the transportation 1716 NW 12th Road, and Airman
I 1962 and completed basic train- Mrs. Eleanor B.Browne of 2074 casualties from battlefied to Cecil Golden, son of Mrs. Con The Furniture Manufacturers
ing at Fort Gardon, Ga. NW 11th Rd., and Robert E. hospital. nie V. Bishop of 713 NW 25th
Sergeant Dennis, a platoon
The 20-year-old) soldier is a Greene of 805 NW 21st Ter., sergeant in the group's 546th Ave.Airman (Satesutfle Sim .
.. 1962 graduate of P. K. Yonge were commissioned as Ensignsin Medical Company near Karls- Reynolds will attenda AMPLE HOUS
High School and attended the the Naval Reserve recentlyon ruhe, entered the Army in July course for electricians at Cha-
UF. Before entering the Army, graduation from Naval Offi- nute AFB, 111. MOVES MERCHANDISE

Clarke was employed by the cer Candidate School at the Tito Airman Golden will attend a South Main St. at S ife 13tK $
f Gainesville Utility Works. Naval Base, Newport, R. I. Resting course for aircraft maintenance

Nelson is a message center They received both'classroom specialists at Armilla AFB, TeL =-Ill lea
and practical experience in sea- BELGRADE, Yugoslavia Tex.
clerk in the same company, and manship, navigation, military (AP-President Tito's doctors The American public spends 400,000,000 hours a
he entered the Army in Sep- courtesy, communications, gun- have sent him to Brioni, his va- Both men attended GHS. week reading its daily newspapers.

......... nery, combat information cen- cation island off the Yugoslav,

t- ....c.-.s .,. I.....' .ter .procedures and militarydrill. coast the official, for "treatment news agency and rest Tan-,"I' SHOP at MEADE & WILLIAMS FOR A1IESTaFULL

[ i; rriddot".r jug announced today.
.. I Cadet Larry M. Almand, son The announcement gave no
.. ".par- .. of Leon C. Almand of Albany, details of the 71-year-old presi-
i .
.. .. ... Ga., has been named to the dent's condition.
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472


1 full lb. KC

I t 1.1 SIRLOIN$1.95 STEAK "

Vz-lb.-$1.50| e5CW.INc:.
)e Georgia Country PqY For rreasure :MmfecGourmets' !


!t, Grits and Red-Eye Gravy -MEAT SPECIALS- \\\ 11. / R
Good Eating. Podner.at the \ 1/1

,. TOWER HOUSE Chuck Roast 45< ;. ';, : -

210 E. Univ. Ave. ; .
s tx: '" ,. -
Premieres with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet SteakSteak .
I CLUB or RIB LB.89 0 Shop in oUr

Tonight 8:30, WUFT-TV, CH. 5 treasure aisles
79 dozens of
..r n.R 1 Rf.2e FR GiON ROUND LB.
golden values!
Open 6:30. Show at 7:00 FROSTY MORN GROUND Prices are

t, See ROBERT.Both FIRST Late MITCHUM RUN As 8:55. HAM Half or Whole 49c BEEF 3 Lb,. For 1.49FROSTY sloshed during
MAN IN THE MIDDLEHIT A'M'l iQ9i! as.44ri "zt MORN HONEY GOLD FRESH (MEATY, LEAN Qom, + these sale drys.
f1180oM'ISAY'f1uW( olrYGVfrftlNfREE;
.1 SANDRA NO. 2 DEE 8:55 U. S. 441 iy2 Miles North of University SAUSAGE ,lb. 4Se SPARE RIBS Lb. '49c I


I Hope Wildest ShowdownThe

; II III .4 West Ever Saw! Ample Free

I Wednesday Thru : "+81tM1.Cl.lIIOCKI'JS I Ib.. 39c ftjj LB. Z1if 9C Parking :i,'

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I t 2 HERO'S ISLAND D Polaloesu.S.NO.lIRISH LBS.39 '

Shows Daily Also CartoonFLORIDA IE O rID
3 .
2:45 6:00
9:00 Carrots 2 19lemons *
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TRYONYour Sale away in our ship of tremendous savings.
v .......i J Our frozen food sale offers a bounty of *
f STARTS bargains. FREsH PoleBeans NO 1's 1 LB. 19


aiY BIRDS EYE Squash YELLOW NO. 1's 1 LB. 19 r

try IIy t
MeosTeo "OODS

} BABY LIMAS SSe Your Gift Edge Stamps are still good Turn them
in for more valuable Gold Bond Stamps.

:AiE PEAS 2F.r47c 5 for 89C
With this coupon and S8 worth of groceries

I, a..4: MAY"I Coupon Good at Meade Williams 1oz
e;<5I"< ;,? t 1 0- Pkg.CAULIFLOWER MR. G. 9-oz. Pkg. J.
N. Thru Saturday, March 21st
w 2 For 59c FRENCH FRIES 2 For 19c


S Carrier IsCounting On _>x.L Fruit Cocktail rr 2 FOR 49'R MEADE

I YOUDon't Pillsbury CanBISCUITS Monarch Whole Kernel
ICE or Cream StyleCORN' '- -= -'*--: -'-- 'f.r.' -'Jr?'.-
--- K* ;
forget your SUN Riceland Long Grain

by CARRIER to collect when this he week stops! 3 Ibs. 39c 4 for 39c No'303.- Con '

Just as you count on him for
for delivery he relies on Yacht ClubTomatoes 2 39c
you to pay him regularly. IN
As an independent busi- COLOR/ May'naise Hormel'sCHILI WILLIAM
nessman he's eager to I
succeed by paying his i y No. 303 Can HeUman's 1 I

bills promptly and earn- for 1 pint 29C
ing his maximum profit. 2 390COFFEE Beans 15-cz. Can

He'll operation.Sun appreciate. your co : P1UL NENIUH 2 for 65c SUPER MARKET

carriers collect Thurs- I
day and Friday evening. Chase fir Sanborn Snowdrift3Ib. Calo DOG OR j
Remind him to sign your EUESOHMB TWO STORES: 8 N.W. 16th AVE.
receipt card when h I CAT FOOD
e 49c (
calls. S can 59c AND NEWBcKKY KUADY.r 1
No. 1 Can
=01110'.16811801 With A $5.00 Order 1
iaiursuiik $itn j or More With A Food Order 2 for 25c I

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Wednesday, March 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun

Political CLASSIFIEDDial :' ,,,u,,,,,, ___"uu.uU.u.u.u.u.uu..uuum -- -

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Scene I \ ;
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In Brief ThingsOr Announcements for

I ,- Classified OnlyDEADLINES


are today's political! developments NOT being able to do so person

in brief: ally. we wish to take this opportunity -
.. Thank Tves. thru Frt papers-S P-m. Day before publication
to. All of Our For ads to go In Sun. paper>> -12:00 ajn. Sat.

I ALA GENERAL I Vernice E. Brock, Mrs. Josephine ney, Worthington; Lydia L Peterson Goldwater Continuing his kindness Friends and end Neighbor generosity for luring their For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat.

I I March C. McNamara, Mrs. Elaine Chiefland; Mrs. Margaret -1 campaign for California's June the illness Father and and death Husband.Mrs. of our. beloved (Minimum ad 4 lines) I

I (I BIRTHS M. Allen, all of Gainesville; Mr G. Sandlin, Williston; Mrs. 2 Republican presidential primary Tom Parrlsh A Family. FAMILY RATES

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Crane Mary L. Worden Cross City; Ethel P. Corbin, Williston; Arizona Sen. Barry Gold-
3 LOST fir FOUNDLADIES' 1 Insertion ...............................................- sic line
I 401 SE 6th Terr., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Mary L. Green, Waldo; Clarence D. Maxwell, Otter water said be would not change 3 Insertions ............... ............................... 22c line I

!, I* z" :' Mrs. James Browder, 1716 NW Bedford D. Weeks, Newberry; Creek; Mrs. Betty ,B. Pickell, conservative views to get n First White National Wallet Bank lost between It- Insertions Insertions ............................................... 17c 1 Ac line line

r :-.. 3rd Ave., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Clara M. Baylor, Newberry; Williston.DISCHARGED votes. In 8 speech at the Chico ward.NW 7th Helen.PL Gamer Return Reed.papers.Phone Re- Total x number charge of computed Insertions.by multiplying. total lines x rate earned ;

i j : Melvin Roundtree, 1227 W. UnIt Teresa: M. Bailey, Cross City; Fair Grounds Tuesday night, 373-0315._

:. versity, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Garrity, Mican Shirley C. Sheppard,.Barbara Goldwater said President Johnson LOST Red malt hound license

I : boy; Mr. and Mrs. Vertinence opy.DISCHARGED Lydia L Peterson, Mrs. Billie i wing element I don't see how

Green, Waldo, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Virginia R. Strickland, Kramer and daughter, Mrs. Mary he can get away from it." The 4 Personalised S.nrlcM 8_ Pt._ ordinary Same es type t lines

= Mrs. Samuel G. Crutchfield, ,R Mrs. Bertha L. Beville, Sampson R. Bass, Mrs. Holly H. Irons senator headed today for Lake- LEARN TO
Special at-
1 ) Df Sam.as3 lines
i = 3, B me, city, a girL Davis, Mrs Judy Cummings and son, Francoise G. Schimpff r port, Auburn and Stockton. tentton to nervous or elderly. ** ri- ordinary type

\ : ADMITTED and son, Mrs. Marie Wright and and son, Julius C. Taylor, Mrs 1-7002.Easy Way Lie. by Driving Stale of School.Fla. FR $ameaslllnes

Mrs. Alice T. Roundtree, Mrs. son, Mrs. Mary Stephens, baby Sheryl F. Evans and daughter, Wallace Alabama Gov. IN GAINESVILLE. ITS 18 I rt.erdinary type

:. Jacqueline Crutchfield, Miss girl Harrell, Mrs. Etta M. Han- Joe T. Davis, Rochelle Curtis, George C. Wallace told his sup GDI'S PHARMACYnext

# -. Marion Schmidt, Richard LI new* and son, Mrs. Dorothy Teresa M. Bailey, Mrs. Alice P. porters in Wisconsin they For(prescriptions to Winn-Dixie A cosmetics) O /i D-!. Same .* j |lines

f Little, Abram P. Madden, Leo Copeland, Mrs. Ida Sbehee, El- KInsey and daughter, ShirleyP. should expect to be "smeared"by I.D.l. DRUGSTORE T r Tie rtlwry type

I T Bessette, Robert F. Cook, William !- reath Gipson, Mrs. Lena F. Ashley Cannon and son, Paul G. Bus- the "liberals" and the left- < SPECIAL NOTICES

I D. Rose, Charles! A. Glo- Edgar A. Voyles, Mrs. by, Lorenzo V. Anderson, Harold wing press. The segregationist The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one

.\' E ver, Jr. Glenn T. Brasington, Frances Rion, Mrs. Vern L. B. Hodgkins, Kim Groover, governor opened his campaignin TRY DeArOlet DIADAX). TABLETS New name(formerly same Incorrect te Insertion a greater nor extent will It then be liable the cost for any of the error In edvertftm5t

WImberly, Mrs. Ruby Bristowe. Jeffrey M.. Witty, Charles A. the state's April 7 Democratic formula only tic. Canova's Drug pied by the item hi the advertisement. No adjustment/ space occu-Will

= NOTICI cf SAL Glover, Jr.ACCIDENT. presidential primary Store 37 N. Main St. teeto5in that not materially tffect 1M Wllve of

Ye* are hereby notified that the lottowtoa Tuesday in Appleton where he SACRIFICE equity to hiss new
motor Wilde: Chev. 1S47 Wai ,ROUNDUP. 1M4 modal white automatic Zig
S. No. 31M7AU3M3 win be sold at public czxcyn Gloria sixteen Involved in ,accidents ..report said the late Sen. Joseph Zag sewing machine to Console fw.,vee the
!2SylIlLS! privilege of
sale. et 10:00 .m. o'clock en the Use cabinet. Don everything. Reason revising or reSS -
ALACHUA GENERAL R. McCarthy a S If iS111** which ** "" ob/ectlon./ ..
Mm day of March ItU at U21 N.Mliii ed to' Gainesville Police duringthe Republican, for selling. leaving town April tile of end
St., Gainesville. Florida. The March "L actvertllemen& from ht .
proceeds 17 1st. Assume
had payments. SASS dered to
forecast per conform
accurately com to the policy of the
of the sale will be applied to the last 24 hours: month. Balance MX Phone 376- paper
payment of the cost of retaking, storIng BIRTHSMr. munism's threat to the United 2351. after 6:30
Mary Signer 214 SW
end sale of said motor vehicle end _
the cost of publication of notice of sale and Mrs. Harry L. Jam- 40th St. and Sanaa Sommer-States. FOR SALE r x 10" pool, 10- -- _.._...J.u-
Md then to the satisfaction of the balance Schweln
erson 4024 SW 38th St city a gtrt's bicycle training
due under the contract with vile Hough, 4220 SW 5th Ave., Kennedy Atty. Gen. Robert wheels f metal slide. 10 miles 12 Mole Help Wonted 28 Livestock tV Supplies
THOMAS L. REAVES, Rt 2. Box 111. girl: Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. out on Milhoppef Rd. Julie Zlnvmerman.
Micanopy, Florida covering the financ at W. University Avenue and R.: Kennedy said in Scranton .
McCain II 1520 NW 4th St city _
ing of said motor "shicI Any surplus ,
34th Street et 4:17 MARRIED man 2545 for combination CHESTNUT .
-- will( be paid to will : p.m. yester Pa. he mare medium spirited
and undecided HIU.CRESTMemorial
remain whetherto
you. you was Park. Choke
liable for balance a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Insurance debit. Experience riding horse good with cattle -
unpaid under said any contract. Dated remaining this Wise Jr., 3015 EW3I-d Ave., city, day.W. accept the Democratic vice lot.anytime 2 graves.Sunday.Call After FR 4 week 3-0513 helpful but not essential.Call S200. Chestnut gelding 2 yr.
372-714 for Interview. old. needs
Mb day of March 1164.ASSOCIATES L. Goette, 627 SW 12th days. more training tlto.
DISCOUNT i a boy; Mr. and Mrs. David Ad presidential nomination if asked SALESMAN wanted: Attractive Or will exchange for gentle rid
CORPORATIONBY St, and Stuart McKenna, 1904 'to run by President Johnson. DUE to divorce I have a like proposition to Insurance salesman ing horse suitable for children
!ams. 2309 SE 12th Terr.
: city, a new 1W4 model Zlg Zag. Automatic See after P.M. or anytime
NW 12th Terridinga bicycle or real estate salesman.Call :
Gainesville. Florida I boy; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. haven't made up my mind what sewing machine that 376-3507 for appointment weekends. tt. FR 2057.
(216t 3:11 at NW 16th Avenue and 7th does everything. We would like
Holder, 412 SE 2nd St., city, I'm going to do, he said. Ken- some one to take up payment SALESMAN for sales end service. 30 PETS fr SUPPLIES

CALL FOR BIOS a boy;, Mr. andMrs. Robert P. Street at 4:30: p.m. yesterday. nedy received. a rousing welcome !- of U.00 per mo. Ph. 372-2051. Married man preferred. Salary
and commission.
NOTICE GAINESVILLE TO CONTRACTORS, FLORIDA Sandlin, Box 805, Willlston, a Clarence Augustus Lewis, 814 in Scranton, where'he"addressed 8 laLy Sitters Child Care Singer Company Apply 216 West Manager.University CHIHUAHUA beautiful Easter puppies,gifts.AKC reg.select 9

Sealed bids will be received by The boy. NW 7th Ave., lost control of his a St. Patrick's Day dinner You Ave. yours early. Mrs. Ballentine,

.Board.. County.of Public Florid.Instruction. at the office of of Alach-the ADMITTED car, jumped a curb and hit a 'and made several public TINY TOT BOYS game to at sell Fla.pepsi Field colas Sat.. at March the 2005 C. Univ. Ave.CHIHUAHUA .

Superintendent of Public Instruction In; tree at NW 5th Avenue and 17th appearances. 21st. Contact Mr. Tanner. Pepsi STUD SERVICE
the School Administration Bull I ding' Mrs. Sue D. Wise Mrs. Martha
Street at 2:30 PLAY SCHOOL Cola PI.nt. 1950 NE 87th Ave. NEEDED WlfHIN 10
Gainesville. Florida up to 3:00 o'clock pjn. yesterday.
P.M.. E-S.ToO Thursday. April 0, 1t4 M. Jamerson, Mrs. Joyce Visit us and see for yourself. ROUTE SALESMAN,. experienced DAYS.
at which time end place ell bids received P. Holder Mrs. Mildred C. Mc- Freda D. Whiteside, 1250 NW 24 SB tth St. FR, 4-7806. cigar and candy preferred established Call 376-902 I a.m. to 5 p.m..
will be publicly opened and 45th Ave. and John S. Luke route Gainesville or and 372-5121 after 4 pjn. e> week.
read aloud for furnishing all materialsand Cain Kim Groover M. PLANNED program awaits your ends.
Jeffrey Palatka area. Cash bond required. -
labor and constructing the followIng SW 44th St University pre-school youngster at JACK
u 4401 at W. In .
Must live In territory work.
school building prolect In AiachuaCoontyj Witty, Elda M. Thomas, ShirleyC. Avenue and 1st Street at People *Music JILL programs NURSERY'educational SCHOOL. ed. Apply Lewis Candy .. Tobacco GERMAN Istered. Pedigreed Shepherd pups X-ray AKC parents.reg-

-- LIBRARYFOR Sheppard, Miss Sharon A. film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Men.-FrU Co., 314 W. South St., Or Guar ntHd. FR 6-230.
1:06 p. m. yesterday. 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR a-3900. lando Fla.
Harris, Mrs. Judy Taylor Adams : FOR sale purebred Pointer bird
HOWARD W. BISHOP JUNIOR HIGH Linda Karol 2918 NE The NewsNEW mother .
Shelley dog puppies. Call FR 6-3300.
SCHOOLGAINESVILLE. Johnnie L. Carter, Mrs. COMPETENT will care for 13-Help Mala or Female
FLORIDA 11th Ter. and Catherine Hicks children. Days or after' school. COCKER Spaniel puppies. AKC
Beth W. Olinger June C. Peck Reasonable in home tot
Any bid received after the specified my reg. $35. "Little Beauties" Also
-'" time and date will not be considered. Mrs. Hazel K. Sumner, Mrs. Proctor, Tallahassee, at NE! YORK (AP) James SE Ut Ave. 376-441_ ExPo secretaries. salary open Stud service & grown dogs for

.. a Such certified bid check must cashIers be accompanied check by or Pearl B. Haufler, Mrs. Anna F. 8th Avenue and 9th Street at' Baldwin, novelist, essayist and CHILD CARE. U per week. Babysitting White Cashier-host housekeeper.attractive S25 wk. sale. Call 4J1-2342.
40c hour.
.. bid bond In the amount of five an Anytime. FOR sale' 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male
percent 7:55 militant Bookkeeper salary open
01 the base bid es guarantee that McCallum, Mrs. Isabelle E. am. yesterday. I spokesman for racial Phone 372-7601._ ExPo waltres. salary A .comm. and female $50 for both. Call

the will bidder.within If ten awarded consecutive the contract.calendar McLean, Theron V. Lipham, Fire Calls integration, has become a playwright WILL time BABYSIT In my home any. Store Exp mechanics trainee hi schl. grad. -FR_ -653>

days after written notice being given Linda I. Goldman, all of Gainesville At 7:42 p.m., lint on fire ina 374147.any 140 age N.E.child.-Sift Ave.Phone Off. trainee hi schL grad. FREE to good home black Persian -
\ Of such award enter Into written cat. Altered male .P tOX.
a Tree surgeon foreman 12 hr.
contract with The Board of Public Instruction ; Mrs. Juanita M. White, laundromat in the 600 blockof I' DAY care for children In my home. Auto salesman Exp. 2 yrs. old. Gentle & affectionatewith
of Alachua County. Florida. NW Tth Street A cast headed by Rip Torn No Longer NW section. FR 29711.Employment. Short order grill manInsurance children. Ph. 372-2055 after
Chiefland Mrs. Donnie F. Gai
In accordance with the accepted bid ; and Pat trainee si00 wk. _3:00 PM.HEALTHY .
w Mingle began rehearsals -
and give a contract surety bond satisfactory Route salesman. Levy Co.
to said Board In an amount at the ANTA CONNELL EMPLOV. AGY. puppies. Collie Beaote
'" theater in
: equal to en* hundred per cant of Ifscontract 120 SE 1st Ave. Basenli. mixtures. S12 each.
price. New York Tuesday on Bald- Phone 374234 Can FR 2-187.
bidder withdraw his bid Contact Lenses Cause
foO.a period. of thirty I days after the win's work, "Blues for Char II FEMALE HELP WANTED BOOKKEEPER 40 hour week good 33 LOTS FOR SALE
date set for the opening thereof.All pay. Must have good knowledgeof
work shall be done In accordance lie. accounting and be able to
with plant specifications end contract BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn make all types of dosing t, 1 Ml. East of Magnesia Springs.
documents relative thereto as prepared Blindness in Rare CasesBOSTON Baldwin told up to S5 per hour demonstrating monthly statements. Reply Box *6 x 13 lot. $200 c.s"M." R.
by Moore and May Architects. a reporter the famous Studio Girl _39-A. c/o Gainesville\ Sun. Tittle. Rt. 1. Box lltG. Galnes-
I Gainesville. Florida. Plans specifications play is "the reconstruction of Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. yule Fla.
.. and contract documents may be I a Phone 374-433 after 6. MAN or woman for part-time -

examined at the office of the Superintendent AP-How) are you plastic used to make the lenses. crime the murder of a Negro EARN up to (50 a week. Full or credit collection work. Must In have 34 Waterfront Property
of Public Instruction. Gaines experience. Apply per-
r "iii Florida or at the office of the erchitect contact lenses feeling these In some persons tears activatethe boy in a Southern town. part-time. No soliciting or collect- I son. J. M. Fields Credit Dept. -

.. In Gainesville. Florida. !days? chemical in the plastic ing,61.. car neccessary. Call FR 6-- LAKE' ITS FOR SALE
One contract
set of plans and documents Wanted
and forms for bidding may be If they don't make you cry, which can cause blindness.He Need LOOK "US. Your watch cleaned l4-al. Help 30 minutes from Gainesville.
secured by general contractors only. said toward LOS ANGELES AP) Ernest plus S3.00 gold filled band Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom
from the office of the. architect by depositing you've nothing to cry about. If a tendency Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR SALESMAN. Man Interested In Insurance lake. Good beach front,
therewith $10 CO. The deposit blindness should be indicated in Borgnine couldn't come to WATCH REPAIR. 113 N. MainSt. field with auto. Good moss covered trees.
from general contractors will be refunded they do better see ophtha-
Mr. Otts FR 47137.J training salary. Phone FR 3-0932
upon submission of a bone fide mologistThat's the first few hours a new court, so the court went to IA Me Friday all day. Cad WALTER STUBBS. INC.
bid and return of said plans and con
SENIOR beauticians good work.
tract documents In good condition within patient wears the lenses. Borgnlne. Sell Fast I Ing conditions. Group Insurance. FULLER BRUSH dealership average 376-534
the advice of Dr. William -
ten days otter date set for the openIng $100 weekfy. Phone :372-7117.
I Reply Box :375-A Gainesville Sun. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
of bids. If the contractors Stone said suffering Superior Judge Kenneth E.
Stone Jr., a pioneer in the many persons Give name I Tel. no. fc how Reg. Broker. specallzlng la
4e lre than
and more specifications one these set of may suchplans be development of plastic contact from eye infections are Sutherland of Los Angeles wentto long lived in Gainesville. Fla. 16-Work Wanted Female LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose,
obtained by paying the cost of duplication the victims of bad advice. the Universal International SECRETARY part-time for political .
.. which will not be refundable. lenses who warns that too many candidate. Pleasant personality EXPERIENCED Medical TechnW CR 52931.CLEARED.
Subcontractors and material suppl unqualified persons are prescribing -"Some persons are told to wear Studios where Borgnln is college degree preferred. clan desires position with private fenced to x 200 lot on
ers may purchase drawings and spec Please. call only between 1 3 laoo clear sand bottom lake 25 miles'
flcatlons from the architect by paying and fitting lenses. their lenses night and day, he making a movie Tuesday'so pjn. FR 20013.LASSITER. ratory.practicing Phone e-2741.doctor or from town. 11,000 cash. Phone
the cost duplication at the rate of 7S
cents per sheet for drawings and SJ.50 Stone's comments came Tues said. "A man in Belgium wore the actor could testify in a $1- MASON PHARMACEUTICALSALES 376-2342.

per set for specifications plus handling i his contacts for five days in 101,525 breach,of contract' suit CLERIC for seafood market. ** BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee
charges. day night after a spokesman a week. 422 NW tth Ave. River at Rock Bluff. Call 376-
Bidders' qualifications must be sabractory succession, then went blind. against Twentieth-Century Fox. & DETAIL 6160.
to The Board of Public In- for the Food and Drug Administration WANTED housekeeper for elderly
traction of AJachu County. Florida. Stone said 14 Stone,' chairman of the con Arlington Productions Inc., couple $15 per week and room AYERST LABORATORIES Offer
The Board of Public Instruction of quoting excellent for an
an opportunity
I board. Waldo -17S2. Mr. Real Estate For Sale
Aiachua County Florida. reserves the persons have been blinded or tact lens committee of the headed by William D. Coates, Burt, Box 4. Hampton. Fla. Intelligent and alert salesmanIn
right to waive Informalities In any blend a well-established. territoryIn
to accept any bid which they con- become partly blind because American Medical Foundation is suing Fox, claiming breach Miami. Requirements: preferably 35 Houses for Sal.
alder to be In the best public Interest of a 1961 contract to finance a START YOUR OWN career ki an college degree In the setencts -
and to relect any and all bids. they wear contact lenses. for Eye Care, says lenses exciting business with unlimited or allied field and sales

THE BOARD OF OF ALACHUA PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Stone said the blindness Iscaused should be removed every fouror movie. Fox claims Coatesdidn't with opportunities for advancement as experience preferred. Age 24- A HOME for Florida. Lg. open
Avon Representative. Cad
have the an 35. Company training program living area with walnut paneling -
COUNTY. FLORIDABY by an element in the five hours. background Mrs. Bums FR 2-0421. excellent salary plus monthly built-in planters 24 ft.
: E. D. MANNING JRSecretary sliding glass doors opening onto -
needed to produce a picture. expenses
Personto EARN $45-s5 weekly through
and outstanding Insurance enclosed covered patio. 3 B II.
(3171) 3:11. 23; 4:1 .. I' Borgnine testified for Coates. resident typing. Flexible hours. program. Please. call Mr. Mock 2 baths central alr-coodltlon-
IN THE CI R CUlT COURT. EIGHTH For Information write: Dept. o between f AM. It 5 P.M. at the big and heating eat-in kitchen
2. Box 1W2 SSS Springfield. with built-in stove. dishwasherand
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Holiday Inn In Gainesville.
(e) New York Itaeoy Missouri. disposal. Close to schools.
ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDAIN I I $22,000. *22 NW 36th Terrace.
CHANCERY BridgePORTLAND PHILADELPHIA CAP) -Dr. WAITRESSES It cashier age. II- 17 Work Wanted Mali Week days after S. FR 4-O45.
3$. experience necessary. ApplyIn
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of ALAN TRUSCOTT Tran Van Chuong, former am- PersonWANT person. Aunt Jemima's Kitchen 3 BEDROOM home. air conditioned
JACKSONVILLE bassador from South Viet Namto 114 NW 13th St. SUMMER lob wanted will be In wail to wall carpeting
: Plaintiff lim grade r 10", weight 160 throughout the home. Draperies.
**- Ore., West NORTH the United States, says the 12 Male! Help Wonted Ibs. 15 years old. Good grades. Situated 'on large wooded lot.
OLUS A. HARRIS and IMOGENE K 1032 Will do anything. 3713 SE 14th ,
4 Q Sale price SlfcCSO. $1,000 down
Coast players capturedthe
n- E. HARRIS. his wife; and BENEFICIAL United States should bomb strategic Ten. Phone 372-7110 ask for call :376-116L Weekdays after I
... FINANCE CO. and SUSAN first two major titles at the Q J98. in Communist ROUTE man wanted. Good physical Mitchell. pjn. Anytime on weekends.
targets condition 21 to 35. Married;
WILLIAMS.Defendants.. American contract bridge league's 8A72 North Viet Nam. must be boodaWe. High school WANTS work colored boy 14 NORTHWEST 3 BR., 2 bath separate -
NOTICE TO DEPENDIN + education preferred. Apply 204 yrs. old reliable honest. Contact dining Rm. .... living room
THE NAME OF THE STATE Of spring national champion- Among other things, he said, SW 5th St.DELIVERY. by phone FR 2-1611. playroom double garage. on
FLORIDA: WEST (D) EAST wooded lot. Split-level. For sale.
TO: Olus A Harris and Imogene E. ships. it would prove that the United man.. Must be responsible. BOY wants |lob after school. 15 by owner. Will trade for smaller.
Harris his wife The longest suit dealt in the > A64 J9875 High school Ed. Driver's years of age. If Interested please home. 2227 N.W. till Pf. (Off
States is a tiger with teeth license neccuary. Opportunity call FR 2-7174.
3711 Las Paimos
r Galveston. Texas tournament occurred in the final V 10 732 VK64 ADS for advancement. In sales a. 22nd St.JHAZEL

You are hereby notified that e suit session of the Men's Pair Q 4 A 10 not a 'paper tiger, as _Communists service. 40 hrs. week. Good. pay. It Schools & Instruction HEIGHTSSee
In equity has been brought against you claim.In Reply Box >>-A. Gainesville Sun.
and BENEFICIAL FINANCE COMPANY. championship. The bidding 4Q10865 4J94 WANTED experienced repair our 4-bedroom end -bedroom
and SUSAN WILLIAMS by FIRST S SOUTH a speech at St Joseph'sCollege' end young salesmen to the field .1 1st Lesson FreeHarveys 2-beth CCB horn** with
shown was by top master-point
r FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN AS- built-in electric atove oven.
in Philadelphia, Chuong of audio t record play beck heat city vt111t....
SOCIATION OF JACKSONVILLE. ecorporation. bolder Oswald Dallas 4- Real Estate Central
Jacoby Call 372-1235.
In the Circuit Court. Eighth also said such attacks would LICENSE COURSE Wired for television and tele
Judicial Circuit In and for Aiachua sitting South and William V AS WANTED at once experienced TV HOWELfS BUSINESS COLLEGE phone. Large yards completely
County. Florida end you are hereby Grieve 4KJ9765432K3 ;improve the morale of South 4LINES end Pohcfjraph repair man. 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-JJC7. grassed. Hazel Heights Is in
summoned ordered end required to file Salary open. Reply to Box 373-A 3723727. the cItY limits. Equipped
your written Answer or defenses to the tit Vietnamese in their fight Gainesville Sun. sewer lines close to bus stop
Complaint filed herein against you In The problem of bidding a LEARN EARN lowdown payment conventional -
the above entitled cause in the Office broken nine-card suit Neither side was vulnerable. against Red Guerrillas. MOVING VAN DRIVERS end helpers Secretarial courses;. speedwritIng loans. Located 01North-
oppositean of 13th
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and local work experience in shorthand. Classes now west 39th Ave. West
t for Aiachua County. Florida at his Office opening bid is not met The bidding: moving deSired. but not necessary forming. HowelTs Business Colleqe St. Shown by appointment.
r In the Court House In Gainesville. West North East South TOKYO (/sPA Nationalist Must have good references 211 W. Univ. Ave. phone FR 2-3826.
s.( Florid.. 01or before the 31st. day of every day, and south has a en past work. Apply In own handwriting 2 BEDROOM house 0134 acres.
March 1f64- and to serve e copy of such problem to face on the second Pass 1. Pass 2 Chinese air force pilot who to P. O. Box A3*,.Gainesville 22 Special Service Modern conveniences. West of
Answer or defenses upon ROGERS. defected last has been Fla. Hampton. Owner. M. A. Payne.P.
I t TOWERS. BAILEY. JONES & GAY. round. The actual jump to Pass 2V Pass 44 summer O. Box 626. Starke Fla.
Plaintiffs attorneys herein whose address Pass 5. Pass 6 + appointed deputy commanderof LIKE NEWThara what yoWH Phone *64-37>4.
four diamonds is considered
Is Florida Title. Building. Jacksonville 10 BUYER say about clothes cleaned et
2. Florida 01or before said forcing by most experts but it Pass Pass Pass a Red Chinese air force regiment AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2
date as required by the laws of Florida hr. service; free pickup and $250 DOWN
and the ItM Florida Rules of Civil would be. better to avoid the bid West led the spade four. the New China News MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR delivery AIR-WAY costs heal t BR frame house located en

1-s. Procedure.Ifyoufefltodoao.aDecrseProcon- unless the partnership has a Agency reported today. DAYS Wt SE 14TH St. FR 5-S16S. NW 12th Terr. $55 per month.
Norm Florida
4 e-- .tesso will demanded be entered In against the you for. therelief clear agr ment. An alternate to the right play of the trump The pilot, Hsu Ting-tse, was store Central has opening" for Department experienced -- '27 Feed fr Fertilizer NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES

... Complaint.Veil suit. He knew after the first niade major in the communist Men's and Boys WearBuyer. $100 down. $65 month located on
are further notified that the nture *- treatment would be to bid three a Salary S4M to MOo per SE 45th Terr.

: 'a Mortgage of said suit executed Is for by a foreclosure you and recorded of clubs, and follow with five dia trick that west had underled the air force after flying ,his month, plus Bonus. Apply In ,Aai yard. S1.25 FERTILIZER per: beg.-Phone SUM 3765S55 per-

__ of In the Mortgage Public Records Book 22*.of pages Aiachua IDS10s. monds. A bid in the fourth suit spade ace, and he was sure that U-S.-built f86F jet fIghter to ONLY person resume or writing to Wilson, giving Department complete Cal FR, 2-2372, or FR 2-532.

County. Florida. upon the following de- can often be used in this ways west would not have made sucha the Chinese mainland. Store Inc. Gainesville.SALESMEN 21 Livestock & Supalie TALK
acrlbed property situate tying end beIng dangerous play if he bad helda -
In an artificial forcing maneu-
Aiachua County. Florida. >>WIt:
Lot One (U. Block Two (2). of Glen- sure trump trick. At the second 52o FOR SALE. S\ year old Guernsey ABOUT
WOOd. a Subdivision as per Plat' recorded ver.As ,mitt cow, nice bull calf. Freshened
-.. In Plat Book "B." page 27. it was Grieve probably trick south therefore led March 11th. S22S. 2 year LOCATION !
: of the Public Records of Aiachua wanted dummy's trump and put up his old Jersey heifer. 1st calf SIM You went find e better location
four diamondsbut
County. Florida. I pass Plans No Aft limit freshened Feb. 1st. FR 24teX63C6. than this pre-owned rambler.
The name of The Court In which this discipline prevailed and he king. West's.queen dropped and Your children can play In the&arvto
suit has been Instituted b Circuit -. Electric yard nearby .
WANTED, Certified established er
eighth Judicial Aiachua' continued the slam was made with the Leader CourseThe EXCELLENT registered Yorkshire
4 Circuit. Coun- to game. The final to call en commercial end at the Metcalfe or Howard
S ty. Florida and the abbreviated title of special fIa -chari. beers S months old. Phone FR
loss of one trick. With two school playground. -
trump Industrial ecounts. Bishop
bid of six diamonds
"this case Is First Federal and was a
fd Savings gam- e-5365 built-in
all featuring
tenrice for _-co... complete lines of flourescent bedrooms
-operation.Loan Association of Jacksonville. e cor- ble: as can be seen; the contractis Woman's Missionary Union Incandescent lamps. end wardrobes 2-4uIly tiled tub baths
Plaintiffw Olus A. Harris
mercial only.
users floors thruout. separate
L 1 -- and Beneficial Imogene E. Harris his wife and distinctly optimistic. PlaywrightStill of the Santa Fe River Association fuses.end A e quality competmve long short lifeline FURNITURE dining parquet area IIWOO; $550 down
Finance O and Susan WU-
.llama. Defendants.. However, west has a problemin win bold a leadership] life line. Industrial experiencepreferred Includes closing cost. FHA
= IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that this lead. CriticalDUBLIN Sunbeam Band lead Dial HUGH
Cldeland Notice shall be published selecting a The only course for peI'INMIIt _no .. 'Far TOP QUALITYWORKMA)4SHIP
.once (1) e week for four (4) consecutive lead that does not help south is era of nursery children from Call EDWARDSINC.
weeks In The I
Gainesville Dairy Sun. e SALARY.PLAN
J newspaper. published In Gainesville." a club. The opening lead of a Ireland (AP-Play- t am. to 4:30 pm. tomorrow .

-- Florida. In Aiachua and having County.a general Florida.clrculatton low spade was imaginative, but wright Brendan Behan remained -' at Parkview Baptist ChurchA 376-4672 COMMISSIONAND 372-6142 NE Uth Ave. I. lJth Si.
--WITNESS my hand es Clerk of the not appropriate. West probably in critical ,condition at Miss Carolyn Bur ette, state BONUSES GAINESVILLE

--aid Florida.Circuit end the Court seal of of Alachue the said County.Court hoped that dummy would have Meath Hospital today with jaundice Sunbeam Band director will Direct 'tine to UPHOLSTERY FOR Section SALE 3 BY BK OWNER S bath.-CCB NW

'at Gainesville.! Alachue County. Ftortda headed K-J and declarer and diabetes. teach and He eZPSrIencaBIIameS' central heat. built-in appliances.
spades by primary beginner
150S N.W. lath St.
on the 29th day ef February A.D. necessary. Wonderful opportunity Large utility room dbl. carport
.f64. would guess wrong.As The 41-year-old writer sank leaders and Mrs. L. F. Fitzgerald Wont Act-Vison for further advance Chat ,....... Ow.er paved street on sewer. Small
:I J. .. CARMICHAEL, ment. Per personal _. Interview
down payment. FR a-C74 after 4
Clerk of the Circuit Court. it happened the spade back into a coma Tuesday night wQl teach the nursery call H. S. Valentin FREE ESTIMATES pjn.NO .

Alecttu County Florida lead not only permitted Jacobyto after rallying Monday. AQ visit- leaders. Wednesday er Thursday. t PICK-UP ,M4
(COURT SEAL) end 6. Holldey Inn. Room U927431U DOWN PAYMENT 1 Bit.. f

=: .* Deputy Byi EmIly Clerk Weterhouse discard his low heart on thespadeklngbutgavehlnitheclue ors except his wife were barred Participants in the course ate ;:: : DELIVERY condL bath. Central Northwest heat 511.000Cod central air

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22.: Gainesville Sun -Wednesday, March 18, 1964 .

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I f' 1 I Clean out the Closers & Utility Rooms Now-Pickup extra cash.. Sorry, this offer Limited to Non-Commercial advertisers.J ; .

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35 House for SoU 35 Howes For Sol
35 Houses for Sale :
Shadow Lawn Estates
Printed Pattern .1
f WATCH FOR I Cnstom-baBt homes that look
CLASSIFICATION INDEX BY OWNER Hibiscus Park Fin- NEW Cement block home, com- IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT NO DOWN cu om-bu1n. If yoa are tired
for sale.
:3 BEDROOM block house ley School Area 3 Bedroom. finished pletety furnished On Lake Susan of homes with that sub-dirt-
2 Baths. Would like $500 equity upstairs. Fireplace Phone 25 miles from Gainesville.Low PAYMENTNew ioa look. sea

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE and 6-4930.take up payments. Call FR FR 2-0992. down payment. Easy monthly Cooperative be built In Gainesville.apartments. For to F. D. Olv.,. Bld>.
terms. For more Information 3 BR 2 full tile baths. .. t-0866
owner. 3 BR 2
1 lm Memerua Information call FR 62921or
Car .! Thanks ,It WaaU .. a.. INEW HOMESPriced bath. Price $17,800. $800 down. call 372-8289 after 5 pjn. write: Fla. Rm., Central heat. SI IS West .. NW SJta Ave. past

3 Last T..n4. 2X c: *ef7'" TeefeSBvlUtar Call 372-2727. P. per month.' the Clem Springs taterseeUm. -
O. Box 13956
4 Per>.alisc4 ScrrUet .. Materials from S12. 00 to $11.000 37 Real Estate) Exchanged 372-9569 See sU* e* left.
r Travel IntemaUeei M Boaoehel, Ge.*a NO MONEY DOWN VApay Gainesville Fl.
I Special Netteea 'O.AtIm only $100 closing J. W. Park
FOR"llie' '
7 rierUte II kJse Far Sato Best terms FHA or trade for farm 'or
5 Safer Sitters. CM Car CITrMter Pmt Free lifetime Swim Club Mem acreage. small house of 2 Br.
t ria c* T. G. AB' 6* Article .Waate bership. Walk to Schools. KirkpatrickAIRCONDITIONED aV bath with green aluminum sidings Aprs "CURLY"KUEHN
Taints T. Bee as F.., -00 *..<. HUGH EDWARDS like new. Near N.W. 39th HOMESBuilt E. C.
N Beat MariM EquIp.AUTOMOTIV for the summer Ave. 19th St. If Interested.
'It C... .flual. 72aI JNC. weather that ls on the call FR 2-3251 After 4 p.m. to your plans and sped JR.
Entry halt fications. Built In
: Office way. lovely large anywhere
"It Irpl&a. 8&ki-ke.tal. E1pt living room dining room. famIly 3 BR 2 bath, built-in kitchen. In Alachua County.TOMMY I Homes. Lots. Income. Basinets -
77 MebOe a.... for Sale TSMulcal. MuckaMI&. "'I N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street room with tile floor three need of home In Gainesville.Will and Lake PZOpel -
7S Track for Sal 372-1551 bedrooms. two tiled baths, sky consider equal trade or RIDGELL Farms and Acreaie.
7* Track W a aUMTra lighted kitchen. Reasonably something smaller. Call 622-3322 McCOY'S'SPECIAL BUILDERSCall B. -CURLY" KUERS. Jr.C3S .
UM Track Xeaialen priced located In popular evenings weekends. .620 Fisher
house. tile bam, famIly 1.1544
CCB nt
Trancr Beatals Anglewood. and ready for' Dr.. Ocala FR 2-4125 TO 1-2032 .
53 Lets fee' Sato room. Call 3724001 after
.U Xetereyeles IMekn your '
54 .."... IV 5:30 P.M. '
M AaUaMbn
I Kepaira .. 3 S! Real Estate) Wanted
IS B. .
I U AaUaeblles far Baas STI CLOSE to schools. 3 Br. m bath. area. SMALL OFFICE BLDG.
.... .
I *SC F.. 1&1.I --- Four bedrooms,
BwapCara carpeting. many extras In this two baths living Far ,sale size 24x33. Baa to
'I 37 Beat Estate E.&a&e''Exeaaao* good home. $1400. 71* N.W. 19th room family room. perquet WANT TO BUY be moved 'from present toes
I EDUCATIONALIS ; 3* Beal Waate Lane. floors. Priced at 15250.00 tion.' Can be used as small BUTLER BROS.
3S Get at Tew Property FHA evaluation with $14.750.00 2 or 3 bedroom home with
...... iBstrscUes borne. Price $1250.00 Can Cerott -
I U Mule. Damcbf, 4 BmstBcx Properties J LG. BR. 2 bath panelled LR. loan possible for.30 years. family room and 2 baths. Kitchen or V. Q. McCoy. FR
41 ... .
BesUeattal Ia.
fireplace attached garage HW must be equipped. Central 2-3361.
I 20 Wanted-iMtraettseiEMPLOYMENT 4S Fanta a> A.r.... floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. FOUR BEDROOMS two baths heat preferred., Must be priced and 23rd Office Blvd.comer N. Main

43 Cetera Freperty NW near Stephen Foster. S1450Q, are In this modern LIbby Heights right with reasonable down pay 1964 Parade
$450 d.p. FR 2-M51. home with a large. separate ment. Write to Box 365-A,
;17 Work WaaU4 MateIt : RENTALS e dining room. The delightful Gainesville' sun
Wei* Waatc4 Pcmate NW SECTION for sale orrent 3 with
j 14 Sales Help Waste 44 Ce4Uec Fer Beat and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB living doors room leads out sliding to glass '
home. City water lights and a lovely 39 Out of Town Property of' Home Values
.. 15 Kate Help-Help Mate Waie r FeatateIS 49 Fmrauae* A.... sewers. Shown by appoIntment.Phone patio setting of shade trees. Norwood
Untarnished Apia. FR 23826. shrubs and flower beds. A-
Draamade 47 U..... fer Beat Fan.a menlties Include central heat I> ACRE wooded lot. 200 fr. ft. on
j 11 Female Help Waate ...... fer Beat ,i TJafara. FOR SALE Woodland Terrace redwood and a modern kitchen with AlA, 3S mL N. of Daytona
45 R -r' Beat 3 BR 1 bath new wall dishwasher and disposal.. Beach near Marlnetand. Call Hope"H" 3 & 4 Bedrooms
f FARMS LIVESTOCK M Betel Baemsn to wall carpet. stove & refrigerator This Is all yours In the 372-3243 after S P.M.
Pc.r Edp.a$ n HIM.. BeaUIaU .shaded lot. landscaped 25000.00 price range.. Inc.
4 4 27 Fee Fertilises .> WanU T. BeaU patio. Small down payment. as- J. W. 40 Business Properties 'I Palm View Estates
2S Livestock SappBes Bcardera Waate sume 15 yr. mortgage. Total We Trade Homesor
S* Laa4seaptBC T.y MISereta U Office Desk ..... $11900.; 521 NW 34th Terr. Ph.
S.ppHU .. M Basteess Baatala 372-4060 after 4 P.M. and weekends KIRKPATRICKREALTOR OFFICE or store bldg.' at 534 N. Property Fernwood ManorWestmorland
Main St.
Formerly occupied by
UTtsteck Waate or 376-8400 dally.
Assoclates'DIscount.. Call 372-7470
b Member of Multiple Listing
SERVICE or 3724065.
FINANCIAL. FIRST TIMEADVERTISED' 31: N. Main Phone 312-1<<14 Estates

M BMIBCII Opperta&lUes t> Special ..nt... ASSOCIATES FEET The following are ready for
(7 s.... t* t.aa IS ..... I..,......,. Floye Mathlasen Irene Runnel 250 occupancy.
U Mrtffac 24 Ball TT Service :3 BR pre-owned home. completely Capt. A. W. Reecc. USN Ret. Fronting on N.W. 13th Street beginning I FHA Minimum Down

UM acy, WaaU* U Appttaaee Faraltare reconditioned. *Fla. 'm.. re- at NW.14th Ave. Ready 3707 NW 21st PL
finished parque floors. Ideal lo. for developing. A real buy. Call
"PARRISHPRESENTS 4 BR 2 bath, $800 dn. $107 =
cation. An excellent value at .9028SIZES 372-4351 for details.University VA DownAsk
I mo.
per .. Nothing
I 113700. FHA. $550 down Includes ,
35 Houses foer Sale 35 Houses for Sale closing costs. 1O8Mi1FN' Realty i 1021 NW 40th Dr. i
I I 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
't HUGH EDWARDS INC. In I 3 BR, IV* bath, $400 dn. $99.50 about our paint your own home for
: FOR SALE OR LEASE 1<'ACRES [ per mo.
NO qualifying. FHA financing. 4 NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-3294. with I acres zoned business 500 I down 'payment.Drite .
I BR.. 2 baths low down pay ExceptionalBEFORE
ft. hwy frontage. 3 bedroom 4527 & 4617 SI'ht PI.
ment. 300 NE 12th SU 372-45M. GLADYS WESTWOOD AREA Outstanding
t YOU BUY you MUST New Spring's top TOP curve- contemporary 4 bedroom furnished house.. INTERESTED? 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1. I
NEW 3 bedroom. CCB Mtt5, SEE this Immaculate 3 bedroom SMITH collared overblouse to top skirts home. Carpeted living room. modern Call 24957. 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $68 west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model
S450 down. $45 month. Phone home located In a 'very desirableNE swim suits kitchen. Solar designed for per mo. Home NW 39th Terrace.
slacks Easy
even sign on
The Azalea Trail that Is 42 Farms &
Day 495-2441 Night FR 4-4311. residential neighborhood.Front marvelous In homespun denim summer and winter comfort. Cen- Acreage)

screened POrch. oak floors. Gainesville right now. Isn't our tral heating and air conditioning
cotton checks print or polka 303 fir 313 SE 38th St. I
attached garage beautiful shrub- City a lovely sight? And doesntIt of course. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE
FORDYCEWROUGHT bery. trees and corner lot make make you feel like a new I dot. i RURAL.PROPERTIES 304 & 314 SE 39th St. I

this well kept property a REAL home? Let us show you our impressive Printed Pattern 9028: Misses' LtTTLEWOOD AREA Modern I 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn. SUper | BUTLER BROS BuildersMATT
BUY at $10,000. ONLY :3 per cent selection of the finest Sizes 10, 12 14 16. 18. Size II 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry homeIn I ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S.
'i DOWN plus closing costs. CALLUS this City has to offer. takes 2% 'Yds. 35-inch. tip top condition. Priced under Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy. Fla. ,

NOWI 115.000. Immediate possession I Ph. 444-3120 moo"i
Iron and a white fence frames One. Is a quality home In North- FIFTY.. CENTS In coins tor this too. Sales
220 16 from Gaines
west complete with living room.
$200 DOWN-S bedroom
this lovely home. Over 2.200 sq. masonry pattern-add 15 cents for each pat
lakes at
ville. 3 fenced
home with oak floors. tile bath. separate dining room Florida tern for first-class and ready
ft. provides a gracious 4 bedroom J mailing FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom TA
home with space to growIn. carport fenced backyard andpaved sun-room. large bedrooms tile special handling. Send to Marian bath masonry home on, nice. of acres two Bahla.paved roads.Limestone Approx.base.60 [ for occupancy soon. Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9048
Air conditioned and centrally street. ONLY 11600. No baths. Alr 40000. Terms available.
heated. Call today as It has QUALIFYING NECESSARYI heat. FHA terms. aVlllabie.I Dept.. 232 West 18th St. New conditioning units. Very modern owner.. Margaret Miller. 1001 3225 NW 29th Ave.
lust been listed. $27.500. FOR- I Phone 372-5393 to see this one. York 11, N.Y. Print plainly kitchen. Highland Ave.. Largo Fla. 4 BR, 2 bath, $850 dn. $UJ
DYCE 8. ASSOCIATES INC. Excellent'new listing for those NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE per mo.

,376-1234. Interested In INCOME PRO Another. Is on a secluded acre JUS and STYLE NUMBER. FINLEY AREA Lovely :3 bedroom RETREAT FROM THE HEATTo i
PERTY. Three bedroom. onebath of land and has a most unique i 2 bath. centrally heated country living In Los Trancos 3224 NW 29th AY..
NEW LISTING house with attached two and charming home. Northwest YOUR FREE PATTERN IS and air conditioned home on one Woods. 2.4 Acres' for only $345 1 BR. 2 bath $750 tin.
bedroom bath location. Four bedrooms. Call READY.choose It from 250 design
one apartment.
down. Paved road frontage per mo
of the nicest lots In Florida
Nestled In tall trees Is this Both 1 furnished. Call us for .Information 372-5393 for an appointment. ideas In new SPRING- school busses. utilities. Drive 11021
;air conditioned 3 bedroom. Park. (
lovely on 1tIII' fine pro SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust turn
west on Newberry Rd. right 3235 NW 29th _
bath home. living Ave.
,2 Charming
Another Is'the ultimate la out Dresses sportswear coats/
one. WESTSIDE residential SR 241, Watchfor the sign on
BR 2 bath
room with fireplace delightfulFlorida gracious living. Ideal location. morel Send SOc now. j $700 dn. $98 = 8
subdivision opening. Acre right.
room large dining room perty.JOHN soon permo. 52
beautiful grounds. Four bedrooms
lots paved streets. outside city "Selling Florida Since 1904"
and built-in kitchen. Call FOR
PLUS. This home has everything.
limits. May we tell you more Ralph Realtor | I
376-1236. Make an appointment see by 35 Houses for Sale about this restricted area. FOSSEY (
calling 3725393."GLADYS 11 W. University Ave., Ph. 376-135 NW 30th Are.

BLA ACk .MERRILL RANCHETTE homesltes too. Approximately Member Multiple Listing i 4 B R. 2 bath $450 dn $91
SMITH Realtor BEAUTIFULLY kept home 3 BR. 10 acres each. Located per mOo
A very low down payment will Realtor Multiple Listing Convenient to school & shopping on Newberry Road. Just 108 ACRES ,

buy this pretty home. Three MULTIPLE LISTING Associates: Oak parquet floors like new. $500 down. S years on balance. '2.71 acre tobacco allotment i 3235 & 3224
large bedrooms two baths separate PHONE 372-1494 Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon Lots of closet space. Alr dining room. Florida Florence Burns Caroline Noyes tioned dishwasher nice yard. condition near Santa Your Good Luck Starts
large living room and ASSOCIATESMARCELLA I 3 BR. 2 bath, $600 dn. $8* 02perma.
PARDI 1221 W. University 372-5393 $800 down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. M. Fe and Lacrosse. Price $14,750.
most attractively arranged floor BUCKHANNANIP FR 25943. M.I 2* percent Down and 10 yearsat
W. H.
Contact FORDYCE 3 BEDROOM house for sale. Homeat
plan. 4 per cent Int. Ph. FR e-2472-
t ASSOCIATES. INC. 374-1134. would all times. Near grammar FOR Sale'or' trade. New 4 BR. Warner W. Weseman-ReaItor-1113 3330 & 3320 When You Visit A
you plan to build and
high school and shopping center. home located In'
like a custom built home by experienced PARRISH N. Main St. NW 30th Ave.
DOGWOODblooming builders that have FR 2-5122, 613 N.W. 12th Ave. Estates. On city sewers pavedSt
i 3 BR, I bath $550 dn $79.50
Is one of the many the time to discuss plans with house 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family 3-MODERN houses on 39 acres of I
RENT extra per
SALE or Ig.
Rm. & living Rnw dining area. AND ASSOCIATES. INC land. Young pine timbers. Land Multiple Listing Realtor
features you.wlll find In this attractive you call 372-2527 ask. for GeneParamore. 4 .BR, 2 baths near grade 1.high .
3 bedroom. 2 bath home. We have availableour school. bus line. 1110 NW Central heat, built-in kitchen .Including MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. suitable I for strawberries.. Located
An air of comfort Is added In so plans to choose from. for busI- GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards Wayne Hill Helen Graham 7 mL from Starke on SR
St. be
6th Can
walk to schools close to Gardenhlre Parrish Call Jack Carter Lake Butler -
the living room by a cozy fire Complete financing can be explained FR 4-5472 Carolyn Mary 225. FOR RENT124SE7thSt.
And large Florida room to you right In your own ness. Price $10.500. U of F & medical center FHA 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 HY e3511.FORDYCE.
place.In which to spend your leisure home. For appointment call. for appt. Lot size 75x14x150. $22,700. Down payment $1.700. J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, Realty

hours. Call FORDYCE fc ASSOCIATES THE JAMES CO. An Acre ofSpringtime Immediate occupancy. Drive by YOUNGAMERICA McKmney-Green-Deaton University Realty
INc.. 374-1234. Of Gainesville Inc. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler 3 BR. 1 Bath E! John Merrill Agency Alochua! Realty Assoc.
Brothers 3729545 376-9041
Builders of Klngsberry HomesPh.
1 Year Lease
:372-2527. nltes ::172-7<<11. night. 40 tract beautifully wooded. Tom Dobson Agency Arnold Realty -

FORDYCEAssociates YOU MUST SEE this beautiful southwest acre of town. only $16500an Wilbur Bishop. Realtor Dan Byrd AgencyM.
11 ROOM house 1 bath. 7 fireplaces 'H-r--
HG.LFOR. SALE I _:&th 3-IR fIre-2- custom built. trHevel home. on Vt blk. lot. across acre. A beautiful ranch with I M. Parrish & Associates Arch Campbell, Realtor
u-place.' NW 47IJT 'teh.! Fries I Large living room. dining room from Civic Center. ,Mcintosh HoMESPRESENTS magnificent pastures. water tobacco ALL OUR HOMES ARE Fordyce Associates Red Franks. Real Estate
screen porch overlooking beautiful peanut allotments and OPEN FOR YOU .
$15.900. Main St. Mr. Herman. S1&500. TO ENJOY = Warner Weseman Ralph Fossey
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3 BR view of creek. family room. timber at $165.00 an >acre a SEEING ANYTIME IF
1-bath. SE 46th Terr. $9400. recreation room. over 3000 sq. ft. $77.14 MONT LV. VA loan. Love real buy on today's market. Also YOU WILL JUST CALL. Gladys Smith Realty
''mlllj.1 living area. Central Heat and ly 3 BR home with Fla. rm.. NEW BRICK other listings available from 1123 SE. 4th STREET
2-BR 1-bath sr thmoierr. S6JOO. many other extras.University patio& carport. Located In NE $75.00 on up. Tell us what you FR -5301 or FR *-7WWE Gainesville Multiple Listing Realtors
Inc. $45 per mo. ,sect. By owner 3122341. MODELSOPEN want and well get It.FORDYCE.

And also some trade-lH Houses. Area 113 NW 25th St. Near campus. 3 1 0 a.m. Til Dark &
Call FR 4-7466.
MULTIPLE LISTING BR. den. central heat. $450
down ,$80 mo. to FHA qualified
Mrs. Mary Moeller Broker OVER 1400 Ft. plus carport'and moved and Is anxious for ,
Mr. E. W. Moeller AssociateMr. porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-'* you to buy this 4 bedroom 2 Buyer. 372-7149. Fireplaces INC. -
Screened porches
: : bath. attic fan. built In drawers. bath family room. central heat. ...
Harvey Benton. Associate FOR SALE BY OWNER. 4 BR 2 Custom kitchen cabinets
926 West University Avenue X140.vanity CoKueglent and storage$o galore MctcatfBlihop SO- and large storage room. FHA bath. Ig. Fla. Rm. Ig. utility Oversized bathrooms 926 West University Avenue

376-1236 Parochial'** JM financing available.HISTORIC area. Separate living Rm. dining. Plus many other custom 374-133 If Your

Mo. VJk. 444 percent. FR 4-277S. and kitchen. Wall to wall carpetIn features 4.6 ACRES beautifully wooded
WINDSOR. living room. Glass sliding home site. N.W.39th Ave. near ..
FREDARNOLD Parcels of 3 to 29 acres door leading to large 16' by 24 VA & FHATERMS Mlllhopper Rd. Intersection. $9,. I

LIKE THEWEATHER $200 to $400 per acre with patio. Fenced In back yard. carport 900 terms. FR 444S.. ;
and storage area. 1325 NE IsGrowing
? attractive terms. izth Terr. $19,500. 76 ACRES-W* Ml. North of City Family
limits. 15 mtn. to Univ." Campus.
You'll be comfortable In any NO CLOSING COSTS Walking distance to elementary 1.000 Feet paved road frontage. .
weather In this new 3-bedroom ALACHUAREALTY 1. Jr. High SchOOls. Shopping .. $a per acre on terms or $350
2-baths .fully air conditioned 'cash. Call anytime.
REALTORECONOMY Hugh Edwards home. Built In Perfect for large young family Churches.YOUNG .per ERNEST acre TEW REALTY :
kitchen Includes General Electricoven
st. FR 6-646t. I
Nearly new 4-bedroom rambler. 2910 N.W. 13th _
and range and refrigerator. Established yard. Huge utility
Large laundry room. VA. FHAor ;
Conventional. ASSOCIATES room. Payments only SlUG per AMERICA 43 Colored Property EXPAN.D'K'M
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING month plus low taxes and In
S bedrooms 1 bath concrete HUGH Arle T. Smith, Broker surance. Pay only $375 down.
block home with large screened Mabel L. Gore, Associate Total .price lust $12,96482. HOMESNW HOMES FOR SE SALE 14th: St.' &
2 & 3 Bedrooms.
porch. Northwest location. $1.000 EDWARDS 435 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-7448
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay
down and $65 per month.- Full HUGH EDWARDS, INC. 34th & 7th Avenue ment. Some small down pay to
price $9,000. INC.N NE 16th Ave and 15th St. 3721551NO 3727070'WESTWOOD ment. Monthly payment SS7 to anH.C.M.
Uth Ave. and 15th St. McKinney Phone $45. Also homes built on your 1
HARD TO'FIND DREAM-We can't sleep at lot for no down payment. "
FR M5S1 night for thinking of this place LITTLEWOOO CaB TOMMY RIDGELL ;
Split level Will only $450 down Gold fish. Camellias Azaleas Walking distance to schools. 3 Bulkier Phone FR 2-4125 Home!
and St12 a month payment Includes INSPEctNOW Green Banana Shrubs In front yard. BR. 2 baths home In Skyline .
dishwasher and dls O&ll. Beautiful oaks. orange trees. carport Heights. StudY. hardwood floors 44 Cottages for Rent
Three bedrooms and two baths two car garage stables buitt-in range & oven. Cent
and an easy walk to IChooLQUALITY Urge living room with fireplace heat Shaded bade yard. Call tt3
dining ,room walk In ,pantry. 3764862. miles from courthouse.: For married

3659 NW 16TH.AVE.A Nearly 2.000 so. ft. of living 2 BR. CCB 110 x 130 ft. lot. nice couple or single person.
brand bath space. 14 minutes from Gaines neighborhood. Win take anything month. Inquire 31 N. Our three and four-bedroom
S bedroom 2 bath masonry NEW 4 BR. 2 ville. .PriceLow.irS $55 per homes are designed for growing
home. Every feature to' delight Income PropertyIf ,of.value for equity. assume pay- Main or call FR 1404.
terrace.home with Excellent screened neighborhood.porch and the entire family. Pretty bullWnelec. I ments. Ph. 376-4867 -- 372-0341, families! Plenty of closet and storage space. ahd our spacious
VACANT Phone FR 22511to
you are looking for a propertywith for Infor'r'Mtion.
kit. Intercom system double Famished Apt I
Large built-in kitchen. centralheal. Income. let show see this 3 : bedroom 2 bath 45 *
an us
you lots provide of for outdoor
carport family room. one half landscaped plenty room activities.
Situated on attractive land large 4 baths with Central .
lot. Yard andlandscaped. this nice 2 story duplex Fully home on corner lot In BEDROOMS 2 i
scaped lot on paved street. acre \ furnished $175.00 month In- beautiful residential area close heating and air condition-. SPACIOUS down stairs 2 beoroom
More'for moneyets.ooo. per 70S N.E. 2nd The resident-restricted Swim Club and Community Center will
your furnished apartment. !
$19,000. come. Good condition and loca to schools and shopping. This ing. At 4123 N.W. 15th St..Phone
4147 NW 36TH ST. tion. Paved streets The priceIs home has large Florida room FR 6-7829. I' 5270.St. $7* month. Phone FR 6-i be a hit with the, entire family too. (Membership is free with
reasonable. You should Investigate extra large kitchen with bullt-m I
ELEGANCE Just outside .City. Shaded lot 4 BR. 2.baths CCB home. FHA II I
Wan to wall carpeting In large 100 x 264 fenced. :3 BR. 2 bath. before you buy. Call range and oven 2 desirable car carport feature $91.27 per mo. 1806 NW 38th I purchase of an H. C.'M. home) Inspect our models now-

kitchen living and with dining stainless rooms.steel Efficient sinks oeous Den or kitchen.4th BR. Cent.Priced heat.to Cor.sell. Large FR 3-3617.HomeFour financing and*many Priced available.other at $22. 00 with good Ter.completely.Will paint For Inside,appointment& outside to i NEW CONCEPTIN prices range from $12,500 to $17,250, and all plans are VA and

dishwasher built-in range and quick at $19.750.19TH B.R. 2 baths Living see call 372-0481. I FHA approved.
Beautiful wooded lot. Under
oven. Designed by an Architect. 3 BR. Room Separate dining room Dial FR 2-2511 to see this 3
$40,000. 2 bam Ocala block home. Pretty Kitchen 2 car enclosed -garage- badroom. 2 bath home In desirable MCCOY'SMacoma U Are .present management
shaded lot. Florida room. LargeLR Corner lot dose to Univ. Call N.E. location en extra Urge expenses too high
wttti flrcpUe. Cent.' MM. FR 23617.Schools lot. Included are bullt-ta range 2. Is your present space toosmanr
ARNOLDREALTY Patio laundry room aV den. 17. Schools and oven. dishwasher. disposal Homes _
500. Good financing can be ar and 2 room air.conditioner. FHA Inc. X Are your secretarial services
COMPANY ranged.UNIVERSITY. What an Important matter this financed and ready to go. Inadequate? HIGHLAND COURT
Multiple Listing Member Is to be dose to them. The DAN BYRDASSOCIATES For Sale very attractive 3 This new concept will bring
1219,W- Univ. -Ave. 372-3522 problem Is solved for your fanvIty bedroom. 1-batli home. 4817E. added profits to your' present MANOR
Associates: Pete Slag with this 4 B.R 3 bath homeIn UotTerstty AT ,J waOdac builneti. Our new modem facilities A ?
Jane Caldwell Mason the Utttewood Westwood distance to Lake rarest will provide secretarial .
Wayne Li
Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge REALTY school area. Call FR ,2-3617. INC.- Schools. Price $17.508. $300dowa service phone service central g'c ) 5) .
N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace
Charlie Mayo .... Kaltonan Jack. DeYot Broker aad $7fjo per noatfc. neat and air conditioning and -
1115 N. Main St. Ph 373-4351' ASSOCIATESJ. Associates: Can Gerald or V. Q. McCoy morel Rentals from $55 per I and Developers 372-3471
:BY OWNER 3 BR.'screened porch. W. M. M roe. Broker Fred Guy Virginia Power Walter Steddard. E. E-. Holtowey Jr.Day FR $-7. Jdxhts FR month Up CaB Its, Jackson. Builders
carport/ Ig. shaded comer lot. Assoc: S. E. McLaughim Frank Cot. J. W. Davts H..J Wiltshire Christine Stone 1-313. Office, eoner N. Mala I FR-4446k or>see at 29ii NW
S10J50. soC per mo. 1001 .NW Rob)'. Roy McCann T. C. Doug- !yaye. Butterworth. FR 2-2511 -' 825 N.W 13th Street "sit 23rd Blvd. urns,.
24tn Ave. FR 2-7882. las, Jr., Multiple Listing Member Multiple Listing '

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Wednesday, March 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23

65 Antique 70 Boats-Marine E4ulp. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
45 Furnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfura. -

f r 209 SE 48th Street, rent or lell.J CHEVROLET 1957. station wagon. P
t BR frame near school. Outside ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call 11 FT. open-code- pit offshore. Excellent condition. New tires VOLKSWAGEN
EAST SIDE fiberglass boat complete controls
city. Clay Power. 37- 37. 372-4310. NEW 1964 GMC
lights 10 Si 5 gal. tanks. and tag. V-8 automatic. $550. -II

I GARDENAPARTMENTS 3 BEDROOM .1 bath SI23 Mo. WALNUT bookcase.' 42" by 84". 40 rup. Johnson tilt trailer skis Call 372-4423. 6-4554.

Must lease for 1 year. 3C4 N.W. two drawer base six shelves. ski ropes. belt life preservers CHEVROLET' 1958 wagon. 4 dr. PICKUP TRUCKS
t M h Terr. Phone FR 6-314. original glass. Call 372-9574. 4. ladder. 1100. Phone 372-5738. You can buy this for only SS II

! WpermcnthuD 3 BR. masonry home with gas BURFORD'S I a week.. Call Bill 372-3749. H 8. HMotors.

Gainesville's Finest range SS5 per mo. John Merrill. 66 Misc. For Sale MARINE CREME I MILLER-
Realtor 3721494. To CHEVROLET. 1956. 4 dr. This car
Furnished unfurnished A Marine polish to be used on
_, Lovely 1 and or 2 bedroom apart- 2 BR. partially furnished house. fibre glass plexiglass! chrome Is going for only $8 a week. BROWN s1763.II III
I DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY marine finishes. Pint size. I Call Bill 372-3749. H It H
ment. 30* NE fth St. Phone 376- 1220 N.W. 21st Ave. Call 372-U54. ,, "*
,60S.I Chi Irs, low as $*. No money Reg. $2.95 Special ,$1.48 Save Motors. 1030 I. Unir. eWT

I FORDYCE down low as $5 per month. ReachPeople 11 47.BURFORD'S. CHEVY 1955 Bel Air like new FR 2-3582
FURNISHED 3 bedroom. bam. Free estimates pickup and delivery
Several lovely homes available LEATHERETTE
I condition. 4-dr., radio & heater.
Water furnished large yard. For service. All work
at this tIme.FOROYCE guaran Standard shift. $450. FR 27255.CHEVY LOW DOWN PAYMENT
working couple. N.W. 31st Ave. ASSOCIATES INC. teed. Phone 374-7784. t
and tth Terrace. 312 N.W. TTh Reg. $1.25. Special .45C. Save 40c.
t24 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1234 II. 1944 Station Wagon I LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
: Terrace. Call FR 4-4817. f CASE Coke dry box with lift METAL GUARD OIL SPRAY $200 down take over paymentsof I .
furnished UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove doors on top. Just like new. Cost Lubricates. prevents rust and $87.30 per month. Call FR. FINE CARS I,
2-BEDRooM g.rlg'apartment & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. $484-flrst $200 gets It. 2 baseline,
penetrates. Reg. $1.89. Special 2-0484. FAIR PRICES
405 NW 10th St.
; Ave. Phone FR -570 after 5:30 Toro golf carts. good for Ig. 94c2MAN
9Jc Save
Phone FR 4-5W4. P.M. for appt. manufacturing plant or lumber' LIFE RAFT DODGE 1956. 2-tone blue & white S COURTEOUSSALESMEN Tropical Pontiac Ii

1 BEDROOM air conditioned yard transportation or for golf ReadyTo 4 dr. R & H. A.T. w/w. One
3 BEDROOM living room. dining 500 Ib Bouyancy
furnished apartment. New course use. Cost on these were Self Inflating. owner. Must see & drive to appreciate. -
room. tIle bath. Screened porch. Sell for :3* x 3.4". Use for fun or safe- I
Apartment 111. 1214 S.W. 2nd $1,325 ea. one $500. one FR 2-9772. PROMPT i
Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. SMS. Convenient to Shopping Center. for $300. Phone 372-0941. ty. Reg. $98.50 Special $49 Save GMC Truck Center
1 block from campus. Occupancy Water furnished. Available now. $39.50 plus a life or two (Possible CHRYSLER, 1955 4 dr. air conditioning SERVICEAll -
by February 25. SU. Phone FR 6-3070. GIRL'S heavy bicycle for $20. Call ). low mileage. 1 owner 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 23582j.&jjjjjjjj

FR 4-2444 or FR 4-8370. BAIRD'S MARINE deceased. Phone 2-0189.
WANTED 1 GIrt S10 per week or 2 BR. house partially furnished these qualities art
2 girls S15 per week to share fenced yard screened porches. 401 S. Main St. FR 24531 FALCON. 1963. $200 and assume standard att
FOR CHEAP. Restaurant
close In garage, for more Information low payments. Will trade. Call -
2 Br. home with young divorcee.
formica counter and 24 stools 942 EVINRUDE 10HP, In excellent
Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mon. call FR 2-157. equipment. Complete fountain, Buy condition, must sacrifice. FR 2-3542 days.

thru FrU or anytime week-ends. FOR rent unfurnished, 1 side of and short order equipment. 52" Call 6-2033 after 5 P.M. FORD. 1957 2-door Good running B&GMOTOR

EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. duplex house. Has 2 BR. livingrm. Call FR 2-0759 or 2-9207. Mr. condition. $150. 372-0481 for appointment .

All utll. except gas for cooking kit & bath $15 per mo. Call Page. 73 Musical Merchandise to see. 1804 N.W.

1 heating turn. S40 mo. McKln- FR 2-341 until 3 p.m. after 5 38th Terrace. CO,
GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance -
& Sun. FR 22648.
Green. Inc. FR 23617.
ney for your old. costly to Use ORGAN SALEOf FORD. 1953. 2 dr. radio 81 heater
FUN LOVING BACHELOR wants 3 BR home S70 per month, 2 BR operate electric water heater. Christmas Left overs. All stick shin very clean Inside & Authorized Cadillac
to share apt. with same. Air home $60 per mo. Partly furnished Hot water at about half your Savings to 30 out. Call 374-1944. Oldsmobile Dealer
conditioned. Call John FR 2-4404 2 BR home $60 per mo.; Furnished present cost with our LP gas. new organs. up
Ask us. PROPANE SW Archei per cent. Earl's Piano Co. FORD Fairlane. 1954. 4 dr. ThunderbIrd -
Evening-FR 2-8433 days. duplex apt. 2 BR, $90 per
mo. Call FR 6-7444. Road. FR 6-5110. Person 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 Special V-8. auto trans., New Can:

DUPLEX. clean modem 2 Br. radio 4 heater clean. topconditlon 115 S.!. 2nd St.
private yard 2060 N.W. 34th Ave. UNFURNISHED 2 BR house. DUO-Therm oil heater with fan, ORGAN used. Hammond spinet $495. Call 372-0484 OT FR 6-7515
S82 mo. Phone evenings 376- fenced back yard. 2120 NW 7th electric range with rotisserle. with tone cabinet. Bar- 374-9819.
7883. St. Phone 372-473 or 3n- 179. Also old doors and wIndows. $2-$3 gain $795. Gridley MusicCo.
each. Ph. mornings FR 21917. To FORD XL 1963. A. T. floor Shift Used Can:

-, FURNISHED apt. for rent with 49 Rooms For Rant FR 2-5353. bucket seats, R & H, power 2001 N.W. 13th St.,

living room. kitchen bedroom WILL swap une. coins or mint steering. $250 assume balance of FR 6-7515

tile bath It air condition. Tel NICE room close in. Private entrance stamps for cut glass and old $2200. Call 454-1691.
FR 2-.56. picture frames. Phone 374-1938. Automotive
all channel antenna. Off
MERCURY 1956. 4 dr. hardtop
SUMMER special. 112 Bedroom street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd PersonWan loaded with extras for $$ a week.
30" KENMORE electric 2 .
apartments well furnished quiet Place. FR 2-2582. range .. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors.
yrs. old Like new. $85. Call
location couples only. no pets. i 77 Mobil. Homes for Sal. 1964 FIAT 600-D
J. 2505 NICE quiet room. gentleman pre 41045.TRICYCLE. OLDS. 1958 hard too, with radio
SIM per moo L. Moratto
ferred. Telephone & carport. Call
NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. i 376-6571 before 1 P-m. 110. for sale for 13 91. 326 OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a heater repair. Price good $250.tires.4404 Needs NW some 13th 2DR. SEDAN

3 ROOM furnished apt. ISO per week. SW 12th St. Ph. FR 6-9631. little to save, a lot. Below mar St. Ph. 374-4927.
mo. 17 NE 13th St. Phone 2-0374. I ket clean. Lake Geneva Trailer
ROOM for rent, entrance.
I private CHILD'S desk solid oak. 3 draw i Sales. Rt. 100. SE Keystone PLYMOUTH 1952 radio heater.
9 ROOM apt. furnished, avail. Apr. $10 a week. See before 1 p-m. ers. 20 x 44 x 26". Chair $15. Hts.. Fla. good tires good gas mileage. $1199Exchange
1. Call after 4 P.M. 374-OT02. I 1015 NE 10th Ave. Boy Scout uniform S3. Cub Neat as a pin. $195. Call FR

scout pants $1. FR 6-7014 40MODELS 4-4351 evenings.
A COMFORTABLE front room. 3
SM. apt. suitable for a couple.
Prefer elderly people. No children windows off street parking gen- PONTIAC. 1955, two tone paint, with car
tleman Call FR 6-5953. any
or pets. Phone 3744512. $40 loaded with extras for $8 a

per mo. QUIET. desirable. In private home. SALE ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H you can drive on the lot.

to University and FROM LOWEST PRICES, Motors. additional Cost
Convenient NO :
Features at
NEW apartment. 1 Br. air conditioner
portables $72.
town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. '
lots of storage. Very RAMBLER. 1943 Classic. White beater, detretter.dual electric windshield
Bucket seats
1 Kenmore, Aut. ZZ $87. -
Call FR -5368, 6-2100.
Master TV aeriaL 315 N.W. TRAILER MART turn signals nodercoatlaf. -
quiet. 1 New Home Port. $44. Radio and heater power steerIng wipers, windshield washers sell cancelling
19t" Lane. FR 4-2892. COMFORTABLE room. close-In 1 Elna Aut. ZZ. $90. Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 2 door. Original owner. safety belt anchors leatherette upholstery,
maid service use of phone. 2 Singer Port. $18. OPEN WEEKDAYS $1,495. FR 25992. bumper guards (front rear) courtesy lifhU. ashtrays.emergency .
1238 SW 2nd Ave. 5 student rms. the Best
tool k1LBarkley
reasonable. 622 NE 2nd St.
upstairs. Live In apt. below. 1 Singer Consol $48. 4 UNTIL 9 p.m. SPRITE 1961 excellent mechanically -
Phone 374-142X
Cover lease util. with Income. 1 Necchl Supernova $84. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 chassis clean Toneau Motors"SPORTS

Ford Box 207. Yalaha. NICELY furnished rooms. convenIent 1 Plan Port. $62. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA cover side windows good top.
to town 8> Univ. Prefer Clean car, reasonable price. Wis-
FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean. businessmen. I SW 10th St. New Cabinets optional $19 up. ser FR -32n. extension 5629. I CAR CENTER"
freshly paInted. Orkln treated Phone FR 4-5981. 815 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 after 5 p.m. & weekends FR
t monthly. Water turn. Phone Lines WYATTTrailer 2- 295. 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373
374-5883. ROOMS for men. Weekly maid GRANDFATHER type clocks $30. 63 RamblerClassic -
service. Linens and refrigerator Misc. furniture electric meat VOLVO PV 544 1941 good condition 1
2 ROOM furnished apt. for rent furnished. 3721185. slicer $25. Power mower $15. SalesHome clean. radio .. heater. 4-dr '660', automatic _
$45 per moo Adults only. Call Doors, nails. 318 SE 2nd St. $1025 FR 372-7255. air conditioned, heater power
472-2271 Newberry. Fla. SUMMER trimester girl student. of steering like new In and out.
$125. Accepted students given SINGER portable sewing machine Pacemaker Mobile Homes BRING out the best In your car.

46 Unfurnished Apt priority for full year accomoda- $35 cash. FR 21557. Mr. Emer. 10 Shasta and Airstream Superior Auto painting & body $2395
tions. Phone 376-0787. son. Travel Trailers work. Fast dependable service;
Ocala's First Mobile Home free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S BUY SATISFACTION Tomorrow
FURNISHED room with private BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St.
ANTIQUE brass plona lamp tele.phone Dealer Since 1948 63 Rambler4dr
FIVE! rooms and bath downtownarea. bath. Central heat tel. & gar. box large carved buffet 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. FR 6-9707.
Water furnished. $60 month. age. Call FR 4-5112. Classic '
660' station rack.
Phone 429-1158 wagon
mahagony sewing cabinet. FOR SALE 54 Ford S175. Call FR 63 COMET Villager radio heater luggage
No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 2-1633. Ocala Fla. automatic::, heater. Individual
record cabinet. solid walnut Days 2-2152 Tuesday 11 AJWL to 4 P.M.. $2195
conditioned .
51-A Wanted To Rent reclining seats. Very very low Factory air
commodes. Western
'57 VICTOR '49'x8', 2Tx9'( alum, Wednesday 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. mileage. NEWI
47 Houses for Rent Furn. saddle and bridle. Also odds awning; air conditioner washer.
( 3 or more bedrooms, 1 or more and ends. FR 4-1283, Treasure PRIVATE owner must sell 1963 $2495 I radio heater.
Excellent 372-7132
cond. or see automatic
bathroom unfurnished house. Call hard II 62 FORD Folrlone 500 2-dr, ,
LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom Chest at Fairbanks. Turn left Lot 45 Paradise Trailer Park Pontiac Bonneville. 4 dr. top $1595
nouses month or year. Mathew- FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week. at Gulf Station. after 5 P.M. Weekdays. fully equipped. Excellent: condi I Factory air i
son Manor. Call 475-2981. days or all day weekends. $200 tion. Call 376-2896 after 5:30 or

1 BEDROOM house suitable for 54 Business Rentals 25-Used vacuum cleaners floor 1964 MOBILE HOMES Custom 4-dr. Sedan, automatic 61 RAMBLER Classic, radio heater factory air con-

couples or 1 person only. FR ISO polishers. In good condition. $15 2 Plans.and Terms 3 bedrooms tailored all to Floor meet 1963 CHEVY conditioned II ,Station auto. Wagon.Air trans., radio, heater air conditioned ditioned . . . . . . . $1995 i
I month. Hawthorne Rd. WAREHOUSE space: tor renl. Located up. KIrby Sales & Service. FR radio & heater. three seats. power steering. Individual
2-4762. at 620 S. Main St. Call 4-7110. after 5. FR 6-1117. 712 your budget. Drive a little and white side walls 4,000 miles reclining seats. A beautIful
r JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR N. Main St. save a lot at carl . $595
3 BEDROOM furnished suburban 2-144. CONNOLLYMobile less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash.372- 60 FORD . $695 59 PLYM
home. Plenty of room. close to Inc. take up payments. Call $1695
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Home Sales.
school. Available April 1st. $120 S125 MO. I I Double stack complete. Nothing 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 8171 P.M. S to 5-372-5738 after S 59 FORD . $595 59 BUICK $1295
per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. NEARLY new modern office or else to buy. $15. Brants. Phone 622-8144
Moratto 2505 N.W. 4th St. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. Closed Sundays 1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVllle 4-
62 RAMBLERAmerican
Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty. dr. hardtop fuHy equipped Including -
FURNISHED home 2 BR 1 mile 58 GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent "
1113 N. Main St. puff.
air cream
USED Chain Saws $50 New factory 4-dr station
up. wagon
past Stengel Field. For further condition. Phone 372-6400
4 $39.95. We $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see. radio, heater Crane 4-incoIn-Merciiry
Information call FR 4-1447. OFFICE space for rent. Univ.Ave. hp saws repairall after 6 P.M. an extra nice
chain & lawn
8. Main St. 2nd floor 20c saws mowers. '60 V.W. convertible New top; new buyl
LAKE WINNOTT. 1 BR house. Chain saw rentals. McCulloch FIRST quality mobile home 1942
per sq. foot. John Merrill Real tag; new floor mats. A-I through.out $1295 Uncoln.Mercury"
Suitable 1 or couple $40 mo. tors. 372-1494. Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton Schult 50 x 10'. 2 BR front $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4pm. "It's Easy to Trade With ,Craw
Lights Included. Good water. C. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR kitchen. excellent condition $3,400. .

Horwitz. 4 mU So. of Melrose 2 OFFICE spaces for rent 2 rooms 4-3411. Lot 49. Shady Nook Trailer 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2.3631
on Rt. 21. Ideal for front office. 1 room Park, 372-3883. MUST sell 1957 Blue MG. Recently 62 FORD
with back entrance. Will rent WROUGHT Iron & glass tables & overhauled. Radio. white top.
NICE cottage oak shaded. 3 separately or all together. Call chairs. 1 yr. old $57. See at 1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. 2 good tires. Call Bill Keith FR Lat model Fairlane 508 V-a -
rooms & bath elec. kitchen. $40. 376-1480 or come see between Gatehouse Restaurant evenings fr % bedroom, air conditioner. I x 36'. 2-9240 between 6 and 7 p.m. engine automatic transmission -

FR 2-8181. 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. weekdays. Call 4-5843. Phone 3723324.McMURRAY power steering radio .
_. IMPALA convertible. Excellent beater. 2.000 -
626 N. Main St.Merchandise honest mllea.
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. TAPE RECORDER for sale.. Re- Mobile Home r condition. 1951 Chevy. good con- .. 1
,0 wide V bI2 BR used
dition. 376-3112 after 6. $1695
cordlo Special by Wilcox-Bay, 59
or house trailers from 1295. 1
model. excellent cond $40. Excellent
office Trailer for rent or sale. IMPALA 1960 4-door sedan. Power
UNFURNISHED 3 BR house for parties speeches. high 3 mL So. of Starke on 301. 964- brakes power steering auto- FRESH SHIPMENTOF
fenced back yard. 211* NW Tth 61 Wanted to Buy school student. Call Gary Williams 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. matic transmission. Radio and 61 VALIANT4dr
Terr. $9.5 per month. Phone 372- 372-9410. FR 4-2494.
heater. FR 23807. or
932. Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices. Sedan automatic transmission
WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture USED Easy spinner-type washing SAVE S1000-S15000 PRIVATE OWNER has 1963 heater clean, premiumcar. NEW 1964

FORDYCE stoves refrigerators, machine. Very good condi BANK FINANCING Chevrolet Impala 2 dr. hardtop, .
clothes radios" TV etc. Call tion. $60 Call 6-5907 after 6 p.m. NEW low down & am. mo. pay. V-8 standard shift black R &
3 BR. 2 bath. home completely' FR 2-3737. ments. H, WW for sale. $2200 owed, $84 $995
redecorated. Available Mar. 11 NEW DINETTE SET, solid maple Trailer Sales clean 1957
Town & Country monthly will accept
$150 per month. Call WANT to buy U.S. & foreign drop I leaf with glass top. 4 chairs
I 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2290 car for equity with clear title. RAMBLERSArriving
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES coins. old & new. Rebel Stamp with foam chuslons. Vi price. 60 Chevrolet
'I Call 3744819.
INC. & Coin Shop, lOt W. Univ. Ave.. $75. 374-3520. TWO bedroom house trailer $900.
Gainesville. Fla. one bedroom house trailer $750. SACRIFICE '61 Corsair Monia -passenger station wagon automatic -
92. W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374-1234. LESS THAN WHOLESALE 66 Mile .For Sale. Can be rented. Phone 374-8234 coupe. Auto. Trans. Radio low radio, heater low mileage

FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bam. bUilt-In'I WANT ment. TO Phone BUY 374-4734.camping equip NEW used and rebuilt electric' Monday_to Friday 9 to 5. mileage. Good tires. FR 2-4319 Nice !
: and manual adding machines Weekly
kitchen. comer lot. 2 blks. from 12' 14boat or utility trailer $25. after 5:30. $1395
standard port-
AAetcalfe: School: & |Ir. high. w I I WANTED an old shed to be con typewriters Also Kenmore electric 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE
ables. Check writers of all types.We dryer In 1963 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B.
NE 15m Terr. $125 per month., verted Into a tree house. Call good 'COndition. $40. Ph.
buy used equipment of all 4812362. P.W. Radio and heater. $400 down
Call 372-5738. Toby. GR 5-5043 Melrose. -
types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR FOLD-A-WAY 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- and take over payments. FR 60 RAMBLERSuper Wide Selection of 6't and V-8's In all series.
NW 2 BR CCB house. stove & re- WANTED one second-hand roadsterpony 2-0943 day or night. bed. $12 Ig. mirror type truck. Has been serviced 2-5626. After 6 P.M.
$12. 3-corner cabinet $7; 2 whatnots 4-dr., radio. heater automatic
frig. Quiet street near schOOls. cart with harness. Please completely on monthly schedule. -
vail. Immed. Ph. 2-0341 or 376- contact Kathy Butler, FR J-4455. BARBIE TYPE doll clothes priced $1.50. Phone ...169. $700. FR 2-8441. 58 RAMBLER station wagon nice transmission. Tutone DEAL
4867 after 6 P.M. lower than commercIal. looking inside & out needs green with matching Interior. BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR
others made on request. 372-4512. ELECTRIC range $40 bench saw some repair. st. trans. Very reasonably 5 new tires. Extra nice car. AMERICAN
64 Household Goods
3 BR. 1 bath block house. Located i 1004 NE 5th Ave. $50, (ointer, motor, scout unIforms 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals priced. 1961 Cushman ON THE LOWEST PRICED

In New rry. Fla. $55 month.. $5 rush squares, cotton Eagle scooter. needs some repair $995
2 57 ENG. FORD one running;
FR. 2-1865. rugs. lamps. FR 6-4996. $50. Phone 376-5883.
T-A-G APPLIANCES 1-4 hp riding lawn mower; 1 RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn
3BR HOUSE. 1 bath living rm ., Tested and Guaranteed Kenmore washer 1-2 dr. Ref. FOR SALE riding lawn mower. the USA. from United Rent. Wanted 59 FORD

kitchen L hall. Located In Fair..t. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up 150 Its. freezer 374-5743. elec. starter $60 bicycle $10; Ails. 425 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. 85-1 Automobiles Country Squire 9-passenger
banks on U.S. Rt. 1. Inquire a1 f Ranges from $39 up Phone 374-7326. station wagon. radlo heater
Si.v'a Grocery. 17 Washer from Sit upS GE stove 8. refrigerator. excellent WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords
automatic transmission TO MEET OUR QUOTA -
Dryers from $49 up condition both $125. Phone 372. COMPLETE H-0 train. track and 83 Motorcycles & ScootersFOR and Chevrolets. See at Herndon power
steering and brakes.
2 Food-Freezers from $99 up 5504.V transmitter. Mounted on stationary Service Station, 914 S. E. 4th Factoryair Motors
2 Dishwashers from $49 up board. All in good condItion Street conditioning. I During the Month of March. Ridflwoy
FACTORY made cabana with I:
10 TV Sets from $35 up factory made folding partition.Call except engine. Call FR SALE 1964 Honda Hawk : $895 I is offering the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allowance .
MotorcYcle. 250 cc. Like new
to purchase
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 20189.SCOTTMAN'S. 43147.KENMORE. 87 Automobiles Wanter
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372.5303 $575. Call FR 4-2514 after ':00 L ever!

from private party lot Ice making machine automatic washer good P.M. COMPACT from private owner,

for Apartment. Eco. REPOSSESSED living room dinette Furniture& bedroom 3 rooms, good condition. See at 2424 SW condition.FR 23449.GIRL'S .$50. Call after 4 p.m 1961 VESPA motor scooter mech- will pay cash. Please call FR RIDGWAYMOTOR

nomical. 13th St. anlcally good new paint asking 2-0013 between 1-3 p.m. Watch favorite magazines for Rambler's

Homemade BIKE for sale, twenty $75. Phone 374-5838 after 7 P.M. LASSITER MASON CO. your
teen-age !
for 11W dolls. Call Inch. $12. Call Jan. FR 6-0492. 1957 ALLSTATE scooter, in good $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons

THE BEST costs less. Broil with running condition. Needs little' GAINESVILLEAUTO 1132 S. Main St.
your broiler door Closed. no body repair. $45. Call FR 4-4014.

3764167SERVICES I smoke or fumes In your kitchen. SALES FR 2.8433

Call Fullgas your Phllgas Distri 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
butor. 376-5392. 1007 N. Main St. PLENTY OF NO

Phone FR 2-6313
GERTS a gay girl-ready for a
whirl after cleaning carpets with SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP Northcentral Florida's
Blue Lustre. Rent electric Your car's pep & power show CARS. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433

I shampooer $1. McDanlell Furniture up with a tune-up at BROWN'SSERVICE Largest
Co. Gainesville Shopping CENTER. Guaranteed Independent Dealer
Center. recapping & wheel alignment.
Home And Business
809 N. Main. FR 4-4310. I
954 yf x r Vagabond trailer.

reasonable price.: Located Progress 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I FOR THE CORRECT I

I Building & Repair Serv. Mortgage Broker Hwy 441.Mobile 442-9440.Home Park on TIME. .
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Pansies FOR In SALE Bloom CADILLAC average. fully Sedan equipped 1954;, Above every- FR 2-1411 Suddenly You Can Afford a New Comet

DON'SBuilding GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
Si Repair Service. and conventional loans. Low $1.00 per dor. Phone 372-0821 thing works including 2-1370 air condi-after Courtesy Of
tioning. $300.00. FR !
FR 4-8807 rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 WITH YOUR TAX CUT
_W. Univ. Ave. 372-S39X CLOSE OUT SALEOn 5:30. I University Chevrolet
BulldozingSMALL Wallpaper. 98c a Roll CHEVROLET 1957 Belalr 2 dr. N. Main St. at 16th Ave. :
PAINTING HARPER PAINT CO. hardtop. black t. white. Runs
10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 good $595. Also 1957. 219 series
buli ozer. I loader dump CHEVROLET 4 cyL St. shift. 24 Month or
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top DINETTE set $28. Bedroom furniture Informationcall
soil. Phone FR 2-7844. INTERIOR. Exterior. painter can do $500. For further
$75. Chest $22 dresser $24
It for Mr. Chaffin 372-0484 days, Ford
you. 23 years experience
Gas stove. Like new condition.FR .
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe for free estImate. call Mr. 6-0410. after 7 P.M. 3766957.EMOBILE 24,000 mileWarranty
wheel tractors motor Gammon. Falcon

grader. Free estimates. W. G. 372-5829 UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF television -
(Buck Johnson, FR 6-421g. and appliances. If we HOMES Fairlane _

PAINTING. Also Screens repaired. don't have it, we'll get It. I FEDERAL QUALITY
Carpentry window glass replaced. Phone Wheeler's Discount Store between T-Bird

: Air Conditioning _FR 4-1283. Melrose and Keystone. I 1 MI. N. on 441 _

GRADY CABINET WORKS Route 21. 475-2401. I at City Umit Sign Ford
4 Custom built cabinets and moldings RemodelingNEED FULL-sIze mattress 8. box springs I CALL 372-S 113 Trucks The LUXURY Compact Priced; BeloW
ART BALL" Air conditioning refinishing and spray bookcase headboard, folding bed WE TRADE
(Hot Air-Hot water) heating andrefrigeration. painting. I around windshield'
& mattress sell or trade for OI.Hr: : .efgft finish
15 FOR ANYTHING Used with Fresh air heater engine .
Ph. 372-16U. 1533 E. University Avenue A NEW Florida room. carport 2 twin beds. FR 6-5907 after 4 L Equipped : interior Courtesy l lights Arm
Years Experience. Phone 37M313 patiO. screened-in porch arid back window moulding S Fully appointed and

etc.? Call now and get It done LIKE NEW 1944 model G.E.,stereo I Cars rests C Ash trays Cigarette lighter Gauges for fuel.' o.l. battery charge

Appraisal Service Cosmetics for the summer months. Call console. $100. Phone FR 2-8884. C. 14' Wheels.
372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free temperature
TOMATO PLANTS. On School days
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make estimates. '
after 4:00 P.M. All day Saturday.
1\ FRED ft. ARNOLD I "new youat MERLE NOR. EmRaysDEPENDABILITY 1523 NW 16th Ave. Phone 372-2341- MOBILE HOMEFrom PERFORMANCESHAW ...

I secrets by trained beauty ex WORD., BUILDING RE.
; : $45.00 and up
I pit w. UNIV. AVE. PH. sn-3522 perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR MODELINGPAINTINGFREE A-1 Handyman Shop FR 4-0247 & -.
3-3124. ESTIMATES DIAL First In Appliance Repairs Southern Mobile

J Appliance Repairs FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 372-794 OR 374-1838 NOW. USED Hotpolnt automatic washer Homes Broken (ne. KEETER

Upholstery Good condition, $35. Phone 372- 2200 South Dixie Highway

c FIRST III Air Conditioning and Appllance FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER 3773. Ph. 629-4818 230 W. University : -- s-5995)

Repairs. A-1 HandymenShop CO. FOR sale: 24- boybicycle.. $16.- Ocala. Florida FR 2-0503
t FR 4-0267. Sales and Service UPHOLSTER your furniture at 95; Tricycle $3.95; Maple youth
An types of Fire ExtinguishersPick
reasonable prices. Call Sally. bed. S12.9S. FR 2-5118. I
Parker Appli. Serv. up and delivery serviceC. Experienced. FR 4-ttM. UCRANE
R. Thomas Ph. 3744989 MY mommy has six size 14 "A"
J 11 Mater Appliance Servo
t Expert Gainesville Fla. SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS line maternity dresses she wore I
Efficient &
.-4_. .__.. "7'I.'n". last Spring also several maternity Monthly
BrokerFHA patterns. If your mommy DODGE DART sedan
Mortgoge I do sewing of III needs them have her can 6-5907.

Auto Equipment and conventional towes" kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W.
C. Asbell. 3434 N.W. 17th Teerace.
70 Boars-Maria Equip.
current rates. Terms to 25
L HYDRAULIC' JACKS rebuilt & years. Will gladly discuss at no 372-0455. *f QOCQO
exchanged Repair kits for obligation. Call tomorrow.J. (Includes Heater $

Walker Jacks. Factory authorised W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Sewing Machine Repairs 14" Fiberglass Cruiser. 1943 Even- JL V
Walker Hydraulic Jack 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 rude 40 HP dectromanc motor. SPECIAL AT. r r
'- Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE III necessary equipment Includ

CO. 815 W. University belts etc. $1,000.Also It ft gee
AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Ave. 376-1075. We repair all refrigerator good. $35. 1 set golf

Auto Glass Mafces. Work fully guaranteed. clubs 7 Irons 3 woods bag Poole-Gable Motors LINCOLNMERCURY"It's .
1119 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3S22 $30. Mr. F. H. Collier. 374-3241 I ,

t. XUTO G'.AJS U our only busl- 5Yi per cent interest. Terms to 11th St. (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) Easy To Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury
5 net*. immediate Installation,
F free *p" delivery. Add BUY 55 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned, 1 r FIBERGLASS CobIA cruiser, J19 S.E. 1st Are. 372-434 I 516 E. University Ave FR 2-42.51
beaut "V"ue'o your car. and waxed. houses washed. 1. 55 HP Homeiite ; I --r--
t. MAULD.N'S AUTO GLASS CO. Dan Byrd yrs. experience. Free estimates. trailer. completely' equipped. I I
I IJLW. *"' M. FR 2SSI.. 125 NW U SU Ph. FR 2-2511 Phone FR 5$5$ months old. SIMS. FR 24743
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24 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 18, 1964 -...

Itr in Bout tr ___
TROOPERS Bryant Tops Kynes t: __ _

FIGHT FAT ;:....
Over Merit ProtectionBy
Pay s K'"
ATLANTA (AP) Membersof oar '
the Georgia State Patrol
I have lost more than two tons DONALD NORTH cision, if one were made, to Motor Vehicle Commission be
in nine months in an effort to place the officials back under returned to the protection of the
get down to normal weight 1 TALLAHASSEE (APAtty.. the merit system and preventthe merit ystem. 2
The target: another ton anda Gen. James Kynes and his former next governor from firing The'Motor Vehicle Commission -

half by September. boss, Gov. Farris Bryant, them. is one of several state agencies _
Col. Lowell Conner, boss of clashed[ Tuesday over havingthe The Cabinet, sitting as the' under the direct control othe jjti
the 418 troopers, ordered, the Cabinet reconsider its decision -State Personnel Board, sched- governor.
loss in weight. to take away merit system uled a review for December, Bryant Conner, Green and
protection from 56 agency 1964the month before the new Secretary of State Tom Adams
) officials. takes office- at the joined to defeat the motion. Voting \ \ \
governor N1 \
Bryant won'the confrontation.If time of the original action. with Kynes was State Treasurer \ \ \ ;
LBJAsksFederal J. Edwin Larson. 1, \ \ t \
the officials were under Kynes said the review shouldbe I \
merit system protection, an in- made before the Democraticor
coming governor could not fire Republican Party nomineeswere
them ,without cause. If they I determined in the prima-
were fired, they could appeal.
Pay Boost Kynes wanted the Cabinet to ries.The Legislative Council Com-
review its action of August, 1962 mittee on Pensions and Retire-

WASHINGTON APPresident -in lifting the protection. ment also recommended that the I
( Bryant and three other Cabinet CBA
Johnson asked Congress today review be made now by depart-
to increase of members voted down Kynes'motion ment heads of the agencies affected
pay govern- that the action should be .
ment employes. ABC .
.reviewed now, before the May Bryant and Comptroller RayE. {a f MILLINERY 2nd Floor
Unless such legislation Is en- primary elections, to remove Green immediately objectedto
acted, he said, two million fed- any hint of politics from any de- .a review.
eral workers will be deprivedof "You're throwing this right in- ..r a' 5.00-10.99

"fair and reasonable pay ad- to politics," said Bryant to 11
justments," and it will be more GOP OPEN YOUR
Quit Kynes. "I have already reviewed -
difficult to recruit and retain lus f ALL THOSE SMART FASHION EDITORS
the positions and I find
top-flight men and women.In CBA NOW! ?, WE KNOW SAY IT'S THE FLOWER LOOKS
there has been no change""I
identical letters to Speaker Jobs OverParty FOR SPRING. SO WE'VE BLOSSOMED
don't said Kynes. Wilson's Own
John W. McCormack and agree "ro a ;. INTO A BEAUTIFUL PROFUSION OF
"We are only asking a reviewof wo SHELLS AND
Sen. Carl Hayden, D-Ariz., pres- ' the situation since some reorganization ContinuingBudget WHAT
ident pro tern of the Senate, FightFORT a YOU SHOULD SEE A BLOOMING
Johnson did not specify how has"taken place in blooming BEAUTY THEY CAN MAKE OF YOU.
much the pay levels of government the government. AccountNO THOSE WE SHOW HERE ARE OF
employes should be in LAUDERDALE (AP- Kynes, who was appointed at- beauty ORGANZA FLOWERS AND PETALS.
creased.He Two Republicans announced torney general by the governorin DOWN
made it clear that if memo they were quitting their jobs be- January, said the legislative PAYMENT I
cause of the GOP party fight in Millinery Shop-
bers of Congress feel they Florida. council recommended that district 6 MONTHS TO PAY j I 2nd Floor
should delay increasing their supervisors of the State
Basil M. Lavergne who said
salaries until next year, "even he was chairman of the Florida -
though they are most deservingof Draft Goldwater Committee be-
an increase in pay," he wanted fore Sen. Barry Goldwater of

pay raises this election year Arizona announced his candi- "
for others on the federal pay dacy,said Tuesday he was drop _11jtItA' _

roll.The ping all connections with the national .
House last week defeated Goldwater organization.
a bill to increase top federal who said he BAGS
Lavergne, was a CORDE7 BEAD
salaries including those of (Iv _
member of the delegate slate of- :
members of Congress, by $10.- fered by GOP State Chairman .

000 a year.A Tom Brown, said the national By LUMURED "
bill providing a similar pay Goldwater organization had allowed v
raise for federal employes, leav- Rep. William Cramer of
ing out members of Congress, "
St. Petersburg to use the organization 0(
was introduced Monday. CRYSTAL OR MULTI -' u .
to advance his own ends. .. -
Johnson said the money needed In the Goldwaterfor '
Washington, GOLD SILVER OR r .,,," '<
to increase federal salaries President headquarters, t CjBERUJEWEIf .... t".< ;
is included in his budget for the which has recognized the dele- .
fiscal year starting July 1. gate slate offered by Cramer, WHITE BEADS ,

said Lavergne had no position LIKE GLISTENING
Citrus Lease with the Goldwater campaign.A pJ t.. ;..,.. ,a.

spokesman said that J.aver- ) 3@ DROPLETS OF .:,...> ..f x ; :
Decision Is gne Miami had Draft been Goldwater chairman *Committee f the- : < WATER.

before it was dissolved.In .
Due Thursday Stuart Mrs. John W.Hus- PINS and EARRINGS SHIMMERING
sey said she was' resigning as
LAKELAND AP-A) Florida chairman of the Martin County with the Accent on Beauty! LOVELINESS TO

Citrus Mutual official said he Republican Women's Club because DRESS UP YOUR
Brown had Elegance for your New Fashions with the
was "confident the citrus indus- misrepresented $
try's position on the proposed state GOP women's club's and New Starbursts Look of Luxury. Sprays, Spirals 2 ; .., SPRING Gr EASTER
Virgin Islands lease deal has point of view. She gave no specific in colorful combinations for plus
your every costume '
change '
been made adequately clear in instance. tax SEASON.
Washington." A decision is expected Brown has accused Cramer of + y'
Thursday.The trying to seize control of the 7.99
state Republican party machinery ,
official, executive vice through his list of nominat- Syr 'y. OTHER CORDE' BEAD
president Robert W. Rutledge, ing convention delegates.

spent Tuesday in Washington HANDBAGS 4.99 TO 12.99 .. .
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conferring with Florida Sens. No Whippings Complete Your h
Spessard Holland and George CLUTCH BAGS OR WITH HANDLES. 5 STYLES.

Smathers and Reps. Syd Her- LANSING Mich. (AP-A bill
Easter Costume
long and James Haley. calling for juvenile lawbreakersto
The Virgin Islands Corp,, a be punished by public whippings "' Handbag Floor
group which works under the in- was killed Tuesday by the With 118 eau ewe I s c. ..-
terior Department in administration -House Judiciary Committee."I ,
of the islands, has beforeit guess you could say we beatit

a proposal to lease land for to death" quipped Rep. Come See Our Fabulous
growing and processing oranges. Thomas Whinery, R-Grand Rapids Jewelry Shop-Street Floor _
Florida growers are opposedto chairman of the committee. I

the plan because fruit from EASTER Collectionby
Panama would also be processed -
in the plant and the concentrate -

States imported duty free.into They the have United labeled ; ;T

the plan unfair competi- 'i # i

tion.The ,
Virgin Islands Corp. TIME EVER
meets again Thursday when a t *.
decision is expected. The session !
had originally been scheduled I :

for Monday. I WE TOOK

Citrus industry spokesmen say THE CURLING,
the Virgin Islands proposal
would mean a loss of$20 milliona r ,
year to Florida growers. TWISTING OUT .

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West Europe again Tuesday -
apparently to raise cash for
North American wheat.

$4.5 Market million sources worth of said Soviet about gold'I find the newest fashions innova-

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Paris but reaching London be- the new open look all in the newest Joyce
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