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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Calif. (AP- .
,i Pierre Salinger came bounding Carol Estate Site

across the California political House to StudyAmendments

arena today as a prospective
last-minute candidate for the

U.S. Senate.It .
.r yr:
yk1 2frm forkWASHINGTON mbntJl
wasn't so much a questionthat ,4

the press secretary of two The House 6 Residents
presidents intends to come Judiciary Committee will be- To Support, Protect and Defend. .

home to run in a Democraticrace gin hearings April 22 on what

which already has split may be the most touchy issue Protest To

the party.It before Congress-Prayer in

was, can he? the public schools.

Salinger apparently was Members of the House have 1ijr Plan BoardBy
warmed with legal advice that been deluged with mail on the

there's nothing to prevent him prayer issue, most of it oppos- MARTY SCHRAM
from seeking the nomination for ed to the Supreme Court's 1962

the seat of Democratic Sen. ..... and 1963 decisions on the ques- Gainesville's Plan Board
t' Clair Engle in the June 2 pri tion. The court held that the waded neck deep into a rezon-
forbids the ing battle between Carol Es-
mary. constitution
use '- 1>
Engle underwent brain sur- SALINGER of prayers or Bible sections for L p7 ) 4ro' tates homeowners and condominium

; gery last August, but he has Senator Next? devotional purposes in public apartment house propon-
i filed for re-election in the face schools. 4 ents last night, and acted in

of assertions by state Demo- reporter, could qualify if he's Thirty-five different constitu- favor of the latter-but on be-

cratic leaders that he's too ill primed to get his nomination tional amendments to overcome half of the protesting homeown-

to campaign.The papers in on time. The deadlineis the decisions have been introduced ers.The

U.S. Constitution requires 5 p.m. today. in the House. The pres- perplexing decision clim-

only that a senator be 30 Others weren't so sure be- sure for some kind of action on axed a three-hour "sounding-
he let his California residence 1 off" session waged by Carol
years of age and an inhabitantof cause them has been growing.A .
the state. lapse when he left for discharge petition to bringone r. Estates residents in protestto

Some election experts seemedto jobs that led to his post as press of the proposed amend- the apartment plan of In-

think that Salinger, 38, former advisor to the late PresidentSee ments to the House floor is 4 y4x Inc.vestment, of Miami.Property Builders,

San Francisco newspaper ( PIERRE on Page 2)) now reported to have 161 sig
The Miami firm owns 15 acres -
natures. It would take 218, a
., adjacent to the Carol Estates -
;\ majority of the House, to by- homesites presently zon-

,I pass committees and get immediate ed for a shopping center. They
Youthful Art floor considerations.The .
.t proposed to construct such a
committee and
judiciary center on the east five acres
its chairman, Rep. Emanuel of the tract-located north of
Celler, D-N. Y., have been feel-
1a >M NE 16th Avenue between 9th
1 ing the pressure. In announc- and 12th Streets.
yN. fix z ing the hearings Thursday, Cel- They asked that the remain-
? ler made clear that he is not
ing 10 acres be rezoned for

t in a hurry to rush an amend- City Commissioners Jim Richardson center and Byron Winn multiplefamily residential (R-
ment outMost right, took their
rcr attention has centeredSee oaths of office on the City Hall steps yesterday from City Judge Wade Hampton. 2)) development. "

( PRAYER on Page 2)) Howard McKinney was ,elected mayor and Ed Turlington, vice-mayor, in a special "We propose this, explained -
meeting after the swearing-in ceremonies. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) Richard F. Breder, thefirm's
.
director of property

Orlando management, "in an effort to
upgrade the neighboring single-

Opposes Liquor family units' property valuesas

Firm Gets .; poses.well" as serve our own pur-

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., '
The plan board eventually --
UF ; concurred.But .
J J. ": BrojectA ,
tJ the Carol Estates residents -
; k .
Orlando construction WAn firm Price Fixing HereBy didn't see it that way.

yesterday was the apparentlylow Richard G. Wilson, an attor-
i ney and Carol Estates homeowner
bidder on a $5 million stu- -
z charged on behalf of
dent union building' the University -
of Florida HAROLD HUMMEL of outside, cut rate chain his neighbors that the conver-
t w campus.H. Sun Staff Writer store dealers. sion of this land to
apart-
L. Coble Construction Co. Dealer Chief
Price fixing shouldn't be the But even this should never be ment house-type zoning would
low with base bid of
was a $4- main goal of the newlyformed the primary goal, Hintermistertold
land values
the ()()() degrade present ,
286,000 on .250,000squarefoot Defines Views
association of Alachua County The Sun. create a traffic problem, and
!/ Second low. bid-
:: building.. liquor dealers, its president He wants a "policing organi tend \o attract temporary-as
der was the Allen Mj CampbellCo. stated yesterday."In zation."
of Clearwaterwith opposed to permanent residents
a.. $4,349- fact," he said, "price fix- pie's (chain, cut- rate dealers) The ass 0 elation's primary to the neighborhood.Rev. .
such"'shouldn't be goalat hands." goal should be to insure that all
680.The ing as a William Shea, of the
to Gainesville today in its usual finery. union will be
Spring came building
all. If the group fails, "It won't be liquor dealers in the county operate Highland Presbyterian Church,
Foster Elementary School pupils the last to be constructed from
Last night at Stephen John Hintermister, restaura- worth the powder it would taketo honestly and legally, Hin echoed Wilson's sentiments.
and parents had Paris to go with it. Colorful paintingsof funds obtained through a $25 teur who was elected temporaryhead blow it to hell," Pozin add- termister !3id."It's "It's like the alternative the
crayola and water color turned the auditorium and million revenue certificate issued -
of the association at an or- ed. our privilege not a church faces regarding sin,"
into "Paris in the Spring" in the school's in 1962Construction
classrooms a ganizational meeting Wednes- Hintennister disagrees.He right to operate liquor businesses he explained, "we can't all be
annual art show and concert. Everyone exhibited some- is expectedto ,day night, disagreed with the said yesterday that he here," he said, "And the angels, so we take the lesser of
thing, including 6-year-old Mary Leah Wolff (above) begin in May, depending on stated goals of his group. wants no part of "price fixingas privilege shouldn't be abused the two evils."

showing her parents her artistic handiwork. Also impressed approval action from the State They were stated at the very such.*' by any one of us. One bad dealer "Here," he continued, "we'd
sister Drusilla. Tom- Board of Control and the Cabinet -
is young (Sun photo by should be collusion all the deal-
outset of Wednesday's meetingby There no helps give liquor prefer to have the entire tract
my Lewis) Stephen Wandzioch, a motel among local dealers to keep the ers a bad name." rezoned for single-family resI-

man who called successful liquor price of certain whiskeys at a The primary goal of the group dential units-but this can't be
license applicants together. certain price anywhere in the should be to become an effect done. So we choose the lesserof

Spring 1964: Prosperous "The best goal of this organi- county.He tive self policing and public relations the evils: a large shopping

zation will be to keep the cut- said, however, that he be- ganization, said Hin center, instead of a small center I

rate dealers out," he said. lieves the group would be justified termister. and apartment buildings."

Nathan Po Z 1 n, a motel man in trying to keep the coun- Only after that should it think Dr. Alfred Ring, Universityof
Promising Days Ahead? and another organizer of the ty's licenses in the hands of local of trying to keep out chain Florida real estate professor,

meeting, said, "The main pur- people and out of the hands store, cut- rate dealers. engaged by Breder's firm

pose of this organization is to as a consultant, disagreed with
By RELMAN MORIN bird that lives with them year- "And all the seasons of snows keep licenses out of these peo- the homeowners' analysis.
around. He doesn't sing in the and sins." "Having a 15-acre shopping
NEW YORK (AP-The lady Tornado-Like Gust
winter. center site would increase the
Well, granting a touch of
"with soft mists in her hair poetic New VoterQualifying
Here and there the nowerscouldn't traffic problem that we would
license
as the poet< sang, officially returned this was more or with the condominium
wait. encounter
to the United States to- less true. But in New England, "
In Portland, Ore., camellias, the fishermen always tell you Into St. PeteHe apartment plan, he
daffodils Rips said.
primroses and trillium
day.She "the first day of spring is one
arrived at 9:10 a.m. East- have been blooming for a week.In thing, and the first spring dayis Time NearNew "And having such a center

ern Standard Time. Seattle, Wash., for the another." ST. PETERSBURG (AJPA said his 67-year-old Wifewas immediately adjacent to your

of "Spring Festival of Fun," 70,000 voters in the city and gust of wind shrieking out of a scooped out of bed by a single-family dwellings would
the
Spring is here, season Said the U.S. Weather Bureau lower property values far
daffodils your
riotously golden, decorated line ,like hugh suction and in
county have until April 4 to squall a runaway deposited a
the time of rebirth, would condomi-
splendors, forecast for Friday: more than a
.
store fronts.In qualify to vote in the May De- freight train, rammed througha closet eight feet away. She was-
end of winter. This -
the northern New York, a "It will be colder over muchof mocratic primary. long, narrow section of St. n't hurt nium-type setup. proposal
down-
What did she see as she farmer said, "The maple sap the country's midsection Registration Supervisor Mrs. Petersburg early today causing "I heard the wind coming," is to upgrade-not"
Coast run looks fine these days." while warming is expected in extensive grade-your property.
Atlantic damage.The
crossed the Alma Bethea said the city books said James Scott, who lives a The condominium apartment -
the Great Plains, In New York City, two nuns many sections of the. West. listed the
spanned will open Monday after being Weather Bureau half block away from the John- scheme provides for a
the Great Divide, found a bud on the tulip tree in Widespread precipitation is ex- closed for this week's election. wind unconfirmed tor-
swept across big as an stons. "It sounded like a freight joint tenancy plan on the or-
and down the Sierras' slopes to the garden beside the Church of pected over the eastern half of Night hours have been scheduled nado. train." der of cooperative apartment .

the Pacific? St. Vincent Ferrer. the country. Heavy snow is in- Monday and Thursday at A staff member said the wind \
Scott said the wind tore housing.
"For winter's rains and ruins dicated for portions of Wisconsin awaya
A nation at peace, but not and the courthouse registration of- developed out of a squall line palm tree in his yard and lefta The Carol Estate residents
are over, Michigan.
beyond danger.A fice until_9 pjn. next week. The that moved through the Tampa big green roof from someone's have a petition of protest on
nation, tingling supervisor said she would an- Bay area from the Gulf of Mex- carport file with the city clerk contain-
prosperous nounce additional night hours if ico about daybreak. The highest ing 201 signatures.
and but with First Tunnel Under described
Another the
with hope energy Alps there is a need to keep the of- gust recorded at the bureau, located man After prolonged debate, the j
of poverty.A wind as sounding like a sonic
pockets :
International the
fice open through April 4. at Tampa plan board recommended
nation still carrying the Joins SwitzerlandThursday's She asked all voters to report Airport, was about 30 miles an boom, and still another like a rezoning of the area to the

weight of its tragedy, but carry- Italy, address changes to the registration hour. low-flying jet plane. multiple-family residential cate-

ing, as well, the pride of a people office so they can vote in The big gust, which caught Mrs. Willis Longstreth said a gory by a vote of 42. Tom Fagan -
who quietly closed ranks .@ 25V m fort mtmr ceremony paid the proper precinct. most people still in bed, took limb of a tree rammed througha and Joseph Silverman op-

after the moment of shock. AOSTA, Italy The 3.4-mfle homage to the 17 lives lost in ac The registration books close about 15 minutes to cut a swath window of her home and posed the proposal, while Har-

All over America, birds were Great St. Bernard Tunnel cidents. Saturday, April 4. northeastward across St. Petersburg landed beside the bed where she (See PLAN BD. on Page Z)

bringing the message.In joining Italy and Switzerlandwas The tunnel which requiredmore and her husband were sleeping.
than 20 million man hoursof It ripped away roofs and car They were sprayed by broken
California, the swallows returned officially opened to automobile *
to mission San Juan traffic Thursday.It labor, has a two lane road ports. .Three oak trees were glass but not hurt.

Thursday right on is the first road tunnel bed 24.5 feet wide. Height of the WHERETO knocked down at one intersee-
Capistrano
schedule always on St. through the Alps. A second tun- tunnel. is 14 feet 9 inches. tion. One person was reported LAUGH IT
Day.In nel under Mount Blanc which Long stretches of Coveredroadwa'y FIND ITS slightly hurt by flying glass OFFa
Joseph's
will be opened later this protect the, road from when a Lions clubhouse on Sunset '. : I
,
year ;
Spring Valley, DL, Mayor Plan Board Chairman Arnold Butt lost seat on the
Beach
will join Italy and France. snow and avalanches and en- Comics . . .. 14 was damaged.Mr
absorbed bad licking
Bill Savitch said, "We've had N. Johnston city commission Tuesday night, when he a j
and.Mrs.
George
:
Built at able the tunnel to be used
a cost of about million
$35 ,
Classified . 15-19 r
It's but he hasn't lost his sense of humor. .
robins already. a good the lost their roof, as though it from Jim Richardson,
by an Italian -Swiss throughout year.
The town ( is company Entertainment . 8 discussion concerning a proposed zoning :; I
5,300)) last night's
sign. pop. .knife. During
bad been cut a
by
about $3 for
Toll away
the Great St. Bernard charges are -
Obituaries . . 2 .
attract Carol Estates a resident asked to be recognized.He
to new industry. ,
trying and "We heard the wind comingup change near
Tunnel joins St. the' the average European car
Rhemy on . 4
Opinion Page
..:In .Nashville, Tenn., spring Italian side to Cantine d'en Hau- .slightly over $4 for an Ameri- .S Sports . . 9-11 and then wham,." said the 72- got to'* his feet and began, "Please- excuse me, I'm not a t-,
:came: .to"-Mr., and Mrs. J. P. te in Switzerland.The can-type car. Over 30,000 cars a year-old Johnston. ."It hit and politician. :
.
Women's . 1. 6 : all
and said That' right,
Butt the ,
man
j5vfms :when.,Baby .Boy began tunnel took slightly more year are expected to use the was gone. It didn't last threeseconds. Chairman interrupted i

?.Boy is a mocking than five years'to tom: 11et new international 'Lnk.. II ." neither.am L" ) 1 '

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2 GaInesville Sun Friday, March 2Qti 1964 \

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! White House Losing Color. Weather' Jtoundup British Anthropologist Due 1


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, With Exit of Salinger ; S Here for UF Lecture SeriesA i



ZONESB v > noted British anthropologist about 1,750,000 years ago. Ding at 8 P.m. The public lecture...
Krui flnrk wtmts been married to the former Nan As he leaves Washington, C Partly cloudy through a ,.,.,. whose discovery of the Until Zinjanthropus was found, is sponsored by the-UniyersityV I'I

Pierre Emil I cy Joy of Spokane, Wash. Has those who knew him here have Saturday. Cooler late tonightand sww s bones of,, a prehistoric man in man was thought to have exist- Public Functions :and,T-Lec ,

cook George bon Salinger three children. I mixed reactions. There are work-few Saturday., Low tonight """" area Africa in 1959 revised scientific ed on earth for little over one tures Committee ".:: :v....:=?
gourmet, vivant con-I that
concede
Sainger's past includes a period who will not around 50, high Saturday 60 a ?' 1 speculation on the origin of million years and Mesopotamiawas .An earlier lecture cgne rniniC
' fidant of presidents, poker player as a child pianist of prodigious ing with him was usually fun, to 65, low Saturday night 35 _, G man, will speak here March 30 believed to be the cradleof the paleocology of Africa-will

extraordinary, manager of ability. His future is unknown frequently exciting, and some- to 40 with some threat of frost E t.......... .. and 31. civilization.The be given by Dr. Leakey-5.3I5>,
news, flew back to California California being a state times delightful. Nobody ever by Sunday morning. Variable t.. Dr. Louis L. B. Leakey, who Florida .Union Auditorium' :Haf;
Thursday, a big Washington the politics of which is extremely accused Pierre Salinger of be Leakey finds at Olduvai
5 to 15 mile winds becoming a made the historic discovery, will 3 p.m. This,, y\SL> be jspongsced;;
;
wheel no more. difficult to predict.By inga bore. :, s deliver series of lectures Gorge also have yielded the
northwesterly 10 to 20 miles i a on by"the Department Biology;
M Salinger, "who per hour Saturday. :., the University of Florida cam- most complete collection of On' Tuesday: .Dr... Leakey with
H
resigned as t The talks will be to Pleistocene deposits in the
D Partly cloudy through Satur pus. open speak at 8:40 am.ia"14icCarty: ?
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,..
.. President John day chance of Saturday shower. Low > the public.Dr. world. Over 150 species of mom Auditorium
Man on "The.Kikuyu and;
tonight around 60 high Saturday 70 W wuae
son's news secretary to 75. Cooler Saturday n;ght. Winds Leakey and his wife Mary mals have been found there. the Man Mau" under,-the 'auspices
"- for the variable southeast through southwest Dr. Leakey is director of the
In The 10 to IS miles per hour becoming Ga' worked in relative obscurity at of the Department of Anthropology ,
uncertain future New SecretaryOld northwesterly Saturday. 0 \a' the Olduval Gorge site in East Cory'ndon Museum at Nairobi, and 12:30 pan., 'he
of California EFGH Showers this afternoon
News a and Saturday. Partly cloudy. Low tonight GAINESVILLE WEATHER Africa for over 30 years before :Kenya. will speak at the J. Hillis:Milk

i ... Senate campaign behind Cooler In Saturday 60s high night.Saturday Winds In variable 70s. Municipal Airport readingsfor finding a skull and shinbone of : Dr. Leakey will talk on "Ear er Health Center in, Room H-

left south and southwest I to 15 miles Zinjanthropus, a man-like crea: ly Man" hi University Auditor 611. His topic will be "Culture
him host per hour occasionally 30, 24 hours ending at 8 a.m.
ft a Aideof becoming ture which used tools and lived. ium March be Behavior."
30
Johnson northwesterly late Saturday. 77 Monday, ginand
today: High at 2 low
ofriends, a host of critics, a 1 J Showers n is afternoon and p.m.
I and Saturday afternoon. Partly cloudy. 62 at 3-5 a.m. Rainfall .30 in
lot of questions an empty
,
Low tonight A to 75. High Saturday Book
place at the luncheon table at low 60s. Eight to 15 mile winds var. ches. Skeleton Gaddum Memorial
able south
through southwest MARINE FORECAST
Sans Souci, a French restaurant DOUGLAS B. CORNELL the nation on foreign ana ionally 20 miles per hour. occas EAST GULF: Variable winds most )
in the capital.No WASHINGTON (AP-George domestic policy. K Partly cloudy through Satur ly 10 to 20 knots shifting to northwesterly
of..repute
day. Chance of Dr.ef: shower. Low tonight 15 to 22 knots early Satur
Reedy is a friendly, pipe puffing I But since he has been so closeto 70 to 75 high Saturday about 80. day. Partly cloudy. Identity Still Collection Is Grooving
one knew for sure why Sal- South and southwest 15 to 20 mile CEDAR KEY TIDES
giant of a man who is taking on Johnson so long, Reedy at winds. Saturday High at ':30 a.m. and
Johnson
inger and President the almost impossible task of times may find that the boss is TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE W. Collection is
High Low Prtcl Jerry me, being prepared
of the i p.m. by
had come to a parting be his Jacksonville ..........72
ways, but the departure of thportly e trying to keep both the press going to own press secretary Miami .....,........... 76 63 74 .29 ALMANAC MysteryInvestigators morial collection consisting of Mrs. J e try Gaddum; Miss Beth
................
about Tampa
and President happy public n 70 .sO Sunset today. ......... 6-40
cigar-puffing news secretary Atlanta ................ 52 41 .18 Sunrise tomorrow".......... 6:32 a.m.p.m. books on hIs t o ry and govern- Daane, library head; and Prof.
with his vests, relations. Like Salinger, Reedy is a New Orleans .......... 68 51 2.49 Moonset tomorrow....... 1-57 am. for the sheriff's ment collected by the late Dr.
spectacular ................ William G. Carlton
Pierre Boston 38 28 First Quarter today ........ 3.40 office still to find out longtime
informal manner, and flair for Sunny, cigar-smoking former newspaperman. At 46, New York ............15 30 PROMINENT STARS p.m. are trying .Jerry W. Gaddum, has already friend and
Salinger suddenly quit this job he is eight older. Washington ............ 52 35 Rigel sets __.............. 11:11 p.m. where a human skeleton found teacher of Dr. Gad
indication years
the headlines, was one more Chicago ................ 38 30 .10 The 3 bright stars in line received more than $350 in con dum.
above
of White House Press secretary Like Reedy enjoys Kansas City .......... 52 35 .97 a near High Springs Sunday
Salinger
that the Washington of Denver .............. Rigel form the Belt (If Orion; the tributions and special volumes.A .
,3a 20 .06
John F. Kennedy's day was Thursday to try for the Democratic good food and, like Salinger, he Ft. Worth .............. 71 40 geuse.orange red star above them Is Betel- came from. listing of the books in theWoman Members of the faculty and

nomination for the Senatein is the rotund side but on a staff at the
slowly, surely disappearing.Few on -'- The bones of a man were University of Floridaare
California. more massive scale. v ive-Day Forecast found bleached white and scat- also helping compile the list .
government officials were With him went Andrew T. On orders of Johnson and the tered over a small area. of books which will serve the
more closely identified with Kennedy Hatcher, the assistant press seas doctor, Reedy is scaling down Temperatures will averageone the Tallahassee area to 80 to 61 public as a reading guide. Partof

than was Salinger. It retary to the President and one calories and poundage. From to three degrees below nor along the southeast Coast. Rain- Sheriff Joe Crevasse said this the private library

he at whom Kennedy aimed his of the highest ranking Negroes 265 or 270 pounds he is about a mal over the north portion and fall will average around one morning that preliminary exam- Nabbed As and government will on be history
quips during the 50-mile hike inch in the north ination of the bones tends to rule placedon
who in government.For third of the way to the 200 the near normal in the south portionfor portion, occur- loan to the public.
craze. It was 'Salinger Reedy there is nothing doctor recommends. ing mainly toward the end of the out violence in the man's

drank milk at a news conference like the break with the past Reedy still was in a hospital the five-day period ending period. No rainfall of conse- death. The skull is intact and Con ArtistPolice A book plate! in the form of a

when Kennedy tried to assure that there is for Salinger. Reedyhas Thursday, recovering from gall Wednesday. The normal highs quence is expected in other undamaged, he said, but possi memorial to Dr. Gaddum will
the public against a radiation and lows from 72 to 49 in ble violence still is
being
been at President Johnson's bladder trouble and doing some range areas. con identify the books in the collec-
and it the are holding Jacksonville
scare, ( was sidered. a
correspondents who knew the elbow as a sort of press attache supervised dieting, when he got woman in connection witha tion.The

news secretary's real habits the better part of 13 years. word of the forthcoming change.He Winter Bows Out The bones tentatively are flim-flam operation that bilk collection is not confined

who gave him a bottle of wine Around the White House he went to the White House fora identified as those of a Howard a young Gainesville woman to any area of history, although

iiLcompensation). has been one of the Johnson joint appearance at his first Hartage, 27, of Georgia.The led of $139 early in the week.She's American history is emphasized.
handy men with no clear-cut press briefing and Salinger's It will also contain biographies
It was "Lucky Pierre," as title. Now he has a title and one identification was taken being held for vagrancy and classical works.
some of his and last.Salinger With l Last from a weathered wallet foundat disorderly conduct and investigation
poker golf companions of the roughest, most respond announced his own FlingBy of flim-flam. The present scope of the library
call him, who Bornefame sible publicity jobs on earth. At resignation and the appointment the scene. Only the name, collection will be enlarg

for hitting the clubhouse times his voice will be the voice of Reedy 'age and state were recognizable Police aren't sure of her ed by more works on Lat i n
with his drive when he and Kent THE ASSOCIATED PRESS occupied in two months. I on a drivers' license in the name. America

ned1-played golf at the HyannistEbrt Other tornadoes reported in I wallet. The license expired in Europe, and Asia. Recent
More About Three storms pounded different Names they have for her are books on sociological problems
Club last the Houston .1961, according to investigator
Country summer area did less dam
sections of the nation with Parker. Addie Ruth Simmons, AddieR. of government and basic

: destructive winds, snow and age. Henry Collins and Lydia Roselyn law principles, such as Kelly

F. r. all his colorful ways and Plan Bd. rainstorms as spring came today Torrential rains accompanied I The bones were found by 17- Collins, according to Police and Harbison's "The American

_.,",..reporters thought was amasterly after renegade tornadoes the winds. year-old Larry Jones several Chief W. D. Joiner. Constitution" will be included.
] inattention to detail ended the winter with hundred yards behind his family's Directors
season a In New Orleans, 3 inches of of the collection-
farm house mile west of She was arrested about 11:30:
a
i
Salinger helped effect profound king-sized punch at Texas. rain nounced that friends
accompanied by 40 wishing to
From 1 m.p.h.winds
Page in the
100 blockof
S. R. 236 near High Springs. a.m. yesterday
changes in presidential Spring at make
press officially began flooded streets and toppling a personal contribution of
SW 8th Street. Police believe
rel lions. He put Kennedy on 9:10 ajn. (Eastern StandardTime a particular book should
trees. first
old Bedell John Merrill Gusts to 52
Dr. southwest corner of Northwest13th up she have helped bilk .
may
uve-television for news conferences ). check
I with the
Allen Street and 36th Place. m.p.h. roared through Batons CandidatesSpeak library as toJts
and that had never been DeLaney, and chairman Tornadoes and Julia Mae Sylvester out oi
strong suitability. Checks
Arnold F. Butt approved it. -Approved a request by the Rouge.In $139 in an incident near the 6th should'Mbe
done before. He helped arrangeKennedy's
whipped along the Texas coast the West made out to the Gainesvil'e Pub'
I abutting property owners to seven persons Street shopping center.In .
interview
unusual The two opponents commentedthat close an alley running between Thursday, causing an estimated were injured in an 11 vehicle OnCivil the incident and lic Library and, marked for the
wifll Aleksei I. Adzhubei, the a man
sen-in-law of Premier Khrush- whereas they disagreedwith lots 30, 31, 40 and 41 in Madi $500,000 damage in Bay town pileup Thursday night in southern woman offered to a bill for Gaddum Collection.
pay
the reasoning of the Carol and injuring at least 12 *
Park Subdivision persons
son recorded Wyoming blizzard condi
as as
of the Soviet Union. When Mrs. took her
cEev Sylvester
money -
Estates residents, they felt ob in Plat Book F, page 3.More hi Nederland.A tions prevailed. Rights Social
Johnson took office, Salinge liged to vote according to their disturbance hi eastern Kan and fled.llore SecurityVisit
Blowing snow stranded fiver
was a guiding spirit in the impromptu -
news conferences thnew wishes. About sas cast a winter scene school buses as eastern Coloradoand MIAMI (AP) Four of Florida's -

president held in his off Plan Board approval does not most of the central and north marooned a school superintendent Democratic candidates for About Scheduled :

constitute final it is ern Plains and in the Upper who tried to governor say they would veto a
e and over a bale of hay at passage; get to one A
the LBJ Ranch. only a recommendation to the Prayer Mississippi Valley. of the vehicles in a snowplow. ,civil rights accommodations lawif PierreFrom Gainesville representative of the
city commission. Blizzard conditions occured The children were shelteredin they were given the opportunity. Social Security Office -

:He came within an inch of ar From Page 1 from eastern Colorado and west homes for the night. Twenty- A fifth says he would sup will visit Alachua and
of television n other business the board: High Springs Wednesday for
ranging an exchange ) ern Kansas through Minnesotaand six children were bedded down port it.Mayor. I
appearances in the Soviet -Approved a request by F. C. so far on a constItution 1 the eastern Dakotas. Onto e in one farmhouse. Haydon Burns and Sen. Page 1 the purpose of transacting social '

Union and the United States foKennedy r Ridgway to rezone from BA-1 amendment proposed by Rep. three inch snowfalls were John E. Mathews, both of Jack- security business.He .

and Khrushchev, and (Businses Automotive, Restricted Frank J. Becker, R-N. Y. blown and drifted by 50 mile sonville, Fred 0. Dickinson of John F. Kennedy and then Pres will be at the office of

hjrput: more emphasis on live ) to BA-2 (Business Automo This proposal would permit per hour winds with gusts up to Clothing Theft West Palm Beach and Rep. Fred ident Johnson. the Alachua police chief at 9

television than any press secretary tive). This property is located reading of prayers or biblical 60 m.p.h. in northwestern Kan I Karl of Volusia County said last Democratic leaders expressed a.m. and at the High Springs

( ever had Kennedy on the' Northeast corner of selections in schools and oth sas, reducing visibility to one- More than $200 worth of men's night they were against the ac surprise over reports of Satin City Hall at 11 a.m.

and Johnson's nationally televised Northwest 13th Street and 39th er government institutions, "if half block. clothing was stolen ro motor commodations bill pending in jer's decision to jump into a political i I Persons with social security
with networkespondents Avenue. contest in state where business to transact are invit
interviews participation therein is on a A storm centered in northeastern left parked and unlocked by Congress. a
for instance., voluntary basis." Mrs. of he once worked the hinterlandsfor ed to see the representativeat
-Rejected a request by Pat Arkansas produced rain Helen McManus. Chevy Mayor Robert King High the time of his

:s linger came to the W h i te Keeter to rezone from BR-2 (retail An indication of mail on the from Missouri and central Illi- Chase, Md., in the 3700 blockof Miami said, "I would enforcethe Most other of candidates.them visit.

House staff by way of a careeas r business) to BA-2 (Business Becker amendment is the ex ncis through Kentucky and SW 6th Place early yester law. .1 believe that every- mund from Gov. Ed w;' EXPERTTREE
.-demon investigating report Automotive) the property lo* perience of Rep. Otis G. Pike, Tennessee. day, police reported. one Florida is entitled to fair G. Brown, on down, al

Bran the San Francisco Chron cated at the northeast corner of D-N. Y.Pike Rain fell from Alabama and reported. treatment and I would try to set ready have committed them 4
selves for
Northwest Third Street and has had about the tone and climate where this Engle or his chief opponent
isle, the old Collier's magazine, 4,000 pieces
northern Florida into the Carolinas. SURGERY
and service as an investigate r First Avenue. of mail favoring the amend- I Wallet StolenMelvin could be brought about' State Controller Alan

on-the Senate committee that in -Denied a request by Nor- ment and perhaps 50 against. In the Texas storm Thursday' The candidates spoke on a Cranston.
wood W. Those in favor broadcast transmittedfrom Brown, who has endorsed
v Sl gated labor racketing. Robert Hope to rezone from are mostly statewide
five ) Block of 313 NW 34th
-Kennedy was counsel andS R-lb] (Single Family Residential printed post cards-"a well-or persons were hospitalizedwhen Miami by 11 radio stations.All Cranston, remained silent on FREE

i John F. Kennedy was a ) to Bl-2 (Business Institutional ganized thing," Pike says. He 75 m.p.h. winds struck a Terrace reported to police early of the Democratic candidates the possible entry of Salinger, E STIMATesf

member of the committee. Whe ) this prspsr i&jj&unded would favor an amendment trailer park in Nederland. The this morning that someone entered except Sen. Scott Kelly, who who helped out in one of thegovernor's

Jo E son took office last Novem by Southwest 35th Terrace Hog- limited to "nondenominational" tornado in Baytown virtuallydestroyed his room by breaking a was campaigning- in northwest earlier campaigns

berf Salinger seemed to hav town Creek, West University prayers. a newly constructed jalousie door late last night and Florida, took part. His office said he'll wait until \ : ;1'eSt

adjusted to the Texan's new Avenue, the NewberryRoad. The judiciary committee'smail country club which was to be stole his wallet containing- $35. Mathews said he would veto Salinger formally indicates hisplans. L.. ( &rawrat.a9.

p \{$ $ better than any othe The board recommendedRP is similar to Pike's in the bill because the "legislation i 20''N.le.a; .t. FR 6.2661

member of the Kennedy staff. (residence professional) its organized character, al is basically unconstitutional."

Bui, within weeks of the new zoning. though more nearly balanced Karl, Dickinson and Burns, 'w' S?
President's swearing in, therewue -Denied a request by Nor between the pros and cons. eb tuar said the public accommodations! ? p; m '

rumors that neither man wood W. Hope to rezone from The Committee of Christian t5I issue should be settled on a local s: ,,' y CALL

warentirely happy in the re R-lb (Single Family Residential Laymen Inc., of Woodland Hills, basis.

lationship.ajinger. ) to BP (Business and Professional Calif., has a printed form attributing I miami add govs lOf: local basis. w Earl C.
MARIAN SCHMIDT
was born in San ). This property is located a drive against prayer Survivors include her parents; Karl said the issues "can be May
.
Francisco, June 14,1925. He has at the Northeast corner of to "the American Civil Lib Services for Marian Enid and three brothers, John!settled at the local level as they ,, t,,., -. '
West. University Avenue and erties Union and the Communist Schmidt, 1635 NW 7th Place, Charles, David Earl and Rob have.been in cities s such as Fort i r% xr ids

Gainesville Sun Northwest 1st Court. Party.." A detachable sec will be Monday in Jackson, ert Gene. Lauderdale, Orlando, Daytona Ii Representing

i -Approved a request by tion to be mailed to congressmen Mich. Williams Thomas Funeral Beach, Miami and others '. I t The Equitable Life
Published evenings except Claude M. Franks to rezone reads:' A retired teacher, she died Home was in charge of arrangements think these matters should be ';'
Saturday, and Sunday morn from R-3 "We Wednesday at Alachua General Assurance Society
(multiple family resi- are organizing a door settled on the local level. I .
ings by Company the Gainesville at 101 Publishing SE- dential-high density) to RP (res- to door campaign to let our Hospital I I A '

2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida. idential professional). The prop fellow Americans know the Survivors include her sister, yNb ynw .
and. entered as second class erty is located at the Southwest names of those congressmenwho Doris Schmidt of Gainesville.The EXPERIENCED TVs > f

matter at the Post. Office at corner of Northeast Sixth Ave have not yet signed the family has asked that a ,'- Phone FR 21449HICKOH

Gainesville Aorida.CIRCULATION ,nue and Second Street. discharge petition. We just do con t r i bution be made to the :

RATES BY Approved a request by E. E. not believe that a man who Heart Fund In lieu of flowers. I from $9.95RCA .__. .

CARRIER OR MAIL I Holloway to rezone from R-2 opposes prayer and Bible reading Williams Thomas Funeral MOTORALA MAGNAVOX DUMONT
-
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1 Week .45 (multiple family residential-low in our schools is a proper Home is hi charge of local ar I SENTINEL-TRAVELER-ZENITH, Etc.

3 Mos. $5.85 I density) to RP (residential professional person to represent us in Con rangements. ALSO USED HI-FI'S STEREO'S & RADIO'S

-All man subscriptions mint t ). The property is located gress.tt TERRY UNDERWOODServices
be"paid in advance. I on and around the southeast A number of the large Protestant 608 N.

.'Member of Audit Bureau of corner of Northwest Sixth Street denominations have for Terrie Lee Un KillMilH ; / 'r, ,, w

Circulation. II and 14th Avenue.Approved taken a -position. support of derwood, infant daughter of Mr. Main St.I ,, .. % {

Alt material' contained herein Is a request by Robert the Supreme Court decisions.But and Mrs. John 0. Underwood,I F '
the property of the Gainesville I C. Cummings to rezone from some letters indicate that 1218 N.W. 33rd Ave., were .r
I production Publishing Company In whole or(c)In 1964.part Re Is I R-la (single family residential) individual ministers and lay- scheduled for today at Hill-I

strictly forbidden without the written to' RP ( ) men in these denominations crest Memorial Park. WE BOUGHT BY THE TRUCKLOAD
permission othe publisher. residential-professionan.1 I e
The disagree. She died yesterday. SO WE COULD OFFER THESE PRICESAn 0 E

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: Here Saturday for Contest Chiropractor Superior Honors GHS Students Superior :.=



, ; -, _Advertising r- In Dramatic Presentation \1*
: \
f\ -
I t Cut by.Board Fourteen Gainesville High I cehed similar ratings for"extemporaneous !!

J : \ School students attending the speaking. I
.r Mrs. Vera Jenkins, Spanish
TALLAHASSEE Advertising _Spanish Conference in Jackson-!
teacher at GHS was in charge
by chiropractors Floridawas
in ville recently won a superior i
cut under a ruling made of the group.Embezzling. .: .
rating for their dramatic
pres-
public today by the State Boardof
R A a r'a ro ', ela entation of "The Good NeighborPli' ":
Chiropractic Examiners.The
).1 'I -
three-man body, appointed .
by Gov. Farris Bryant, filed The skit was adapted from a I 1 I Draws 5SAN Years T
y its with the ;
tis eight-point ruling
4 f3s book written By Dr. Pedro Villa "
Attorney General's office and 1 I I FRANCISCO (APj-DoP
scheduled it to become effec- Fernandez. Participants in the I ly| Gee 64, the lady manager of,

r tive April 20.Members 1 act were Stephen Nadeau, Diane I the Bank of America's China *
town branch is under a
Scott Alan Summers Walter fae-j
of the Board Dr. a 1 ,
year prison sentence for embezzlement :
C. Schneider Barbara Andrea
Raymond president Blanton. King she had concealed I
t of Clearwater; Dr. Ed- ..t+ =sFt' atj'4" Jones, Jean Johnson, Paul for 34 years.
_
ward M. Saunders, vice president -
Sears, Kathy McPeek Martha U.S. District Judge Albert C *
.
Ft. Myers, and Dr. D. I. .
Robinson and Susan Adkisson. Wollenberg Thursday denied pa- -
Tallahasseesaid
Rainey director "
d role. He agreed she had been a
"
the ruling covers all phasesof 'i Maria Torres received a rating -
valuable executive building I
advertising including news- for her declamation "How
1 Y J :1 million'1
k branch assets from $2
Ad "
.S.iS7s
paper, radio, telvision, billboardand Old Maids Pray. "
million but said
to $12 :
These lassies from Baker School in will be in others.It .
County High Macclenny: town t" hP Stephen Nadeau, Paul Sears "Miss Gee continued these
Saturday competing in the District Band Contest. They'll be joined by other also sets standards for aH and Pam Dolliver received ex- embezzlements over 34 )'ears"6r
_r, majorettes and musicians competing for individual and ensemble honors in the types of collateral materials, 71( cellents for declamations. Alan time and they now amount-to'
day-long contest at P.K. Yonge Laboratory School. Marching band events such as telephone directory listings / Summers and Judy Gabbert re- $340,000." __
; will be at Citizens Field Saturday night at 8. Twenty-one bands from a nine- office signs, direct mail, _I LDon't
county area in North Florida are expect ed to compete. In foreground (above) personal checks and similar "
School Club members
Gainesville High Spanish
1 I are Janice Thrift and Gale Raulerson, head majorettes. In back row (from left) items. Let Your ,--
honors in Jacksonville
carried off superior recentlyfor
( are Judy Rowe, Nina Mobley,. Barbara Prevatt, Judy Watson, Glenda Prevatt u
Under the new ruling, chiropractors their skit in the State Spanish Conference. Part Financial Problems
and Linda Johns.
t will be prohibited from of the cast shown here are Alan Summers and '

a utilizing newspaper advertis- Maria Torres (front), and Barbara King, Walter Pile Up! \t 1

; ment, except for a one-column, Blanton, Stephen Nadeau and Diane Scott in backi \ i'
I I Parliamentary Power Struggle two-inch announcement card up- I row. i WHEN YOU CAN .
..
on establishment of a new of- I MAKE A LOAN OF ,( EJ r


!II Profumo Tale Due Airing at UF fice normal personnel, or a to change or other location in branches professional, such as of Nik to Watch Nile Diversion !! 525-600 J ,

the healing arts. CAIRO (AP-The) Egyptian tions forming the base of the 1
government announced today dam itself. This operation will'
By MARTY SCHRAMAn of Huntley-Brinkley, Mike Wallace -,casting System, as well as in The Board action follows a that Soviet Premier Khrushchevwill completely cross the river by and Its Confidential I ..

It "unofficial part of the Bri- and Professor Arthur the more intimate confines of vote at the last annual conven-, be present in May for the May 15.City. I _
tish Constitution" is coming to Schlessinger rolled into one 10 Downing Street and Westmin- tion of the 550-man Florida Chir- historic diversion of the Nile

Gainesville to give local resi- will tell of the scandal, and the opractic Association, in which I River into a new channel creat- CD Head Marion Finance Co.
dents a behind -the-scenes resulting comeback bid of Brit- ster.His video chats are known the majority of the doctors pres- ed by the Aswan Dam. The

glimpse of the Profumo-Keeler ain's socialist Labour Party aft- for their frankness and explos- ent as delegates asked for prohibition Soviets have provided much aid At Nat'Il\leet Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks
K scandal and the backroom pow er 13 years of opposition Conservative advertising by licen- Ph. FR 65333.
iveness. His interrogation rec- for the project.On 218 W. University Ave.
er struggle in Her Majes- rule, in an April 6 ently prodded Conservative Par- sed chiropractors. According to May 15 the Nile will be WASHINGTON Albert Ed-
ty's government. speech at the University of Flo- ty leader Lord Hailsham into proponents of the ruling, onlya diverted into the channel which gar, assistant civil defense dir-

Robert T. McKenzie a sort rida's Law Auditorium. several angry outbursts before small percentage of the chiropractors will house the Aswan Dam'sgiant ector of Gainesville, attendedthe 16 PROOF STRAIGHT. WHISKY ANCIENT AGE OlST. CO. FRANKFORT.I
His book, "British Political the eyes of Britain's nationwide are utilizing advertis- electric generators when annual meeting of the Coun- ,:...... .'/< '"_: ".. ., ".: .'.:', \,.
Parties", remains a modern- television audience. ing.The the project is completed. The ty and City National Council of > ,,:.J:'I' ,* "J"+ ,, '
day classic in the field of Brit- I decision does not affect main river itself is now being. Civil Defense Directors here >
r In addition to his news com- public service programs presently 1
ish political history. Followingits today.
l spanned by rock-filling opera : ,
publication in 1955, one mentaries, McKenzie is a Reader in use by the Societies (chap- r
critic proclaimed McKenzie to in Political Sociology at the ters) of the Florida Chiropractic - i h ..
London School of Economicsand Association those of the .
the be "truly British an Constitution.unofficial "part of Political Science. Association itself.nor ..,. .''- ? ,.. "<:%' ..: .

tEas McKenzie maintains a wide!'Ii MOIEY ,t" '. :' :' d ,
;circle of friends within British' SOUTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE : ;;>
i politics, ranging from Prime t
I Minister Sir Alex Home to La- I ;

J bour Party leader Harold Wil- i Just tell us how much Cash 24 Cash 24 Co d
h .J V fI r you need to pay old You MonthlyPayments You MonthlyPayments .
son.The bills, for home im Receive Receive ..1 Y
speech, entitled "Labour provements, car re$185.00 $11.00 $42800 $25.00 ".: .
versus Conservatives", will be pairs, for all your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00 ::.; ....":..... .
seasonal expenses. .: .'"
presented at 8:15: p.m. I Phone for prompt, 33800 2000 60000 34.39
McKenzie has interv i e wed
courteous service. Payments include interest and principal
Britain's leading political per-
sonalities before the television: A I LOANS UP TO $600 i
L
., MCKENZIE cameras of the British Broad- I :

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f Grads To Return to Campus ; Open Friday 'Til 9 p.m.for i SERVICE, INC. t i ..


your of Gainesville d
II For Business and PlayUniversity 1 1
EASTER SHOPPING CONVENIENCE 204 S. E. First Street . ... FR 64661II's 7th

of Florida alumni William R. Conway, Daytona: ,.'.. .: ,. ,
gather on the campus Saturday ]Beach businessman takes the!I l C '
for class reunions, visits with I helm at Saturday's session to!

former professors and the annual :serve as the Association's president -\ s
meeting of' the Alumni Association for the year 196465. He I COUCH'S for ZENITH COUCH'SCOLOR !

\ succeeds outgoing Presid e n t '"
In a day packed with socialevents .James Y. Wilson of Lake City. : lillu--' I,

a spring football contest During the general assembly,I!
and tours of a changing campus, alumni will consider a by-laws,: TV dares you to _
the old grads will take time change which would alter the y !iIi1p E
I
Saturday! morning for their annual '
structure of the Association's'governing
business' meeting, progress body, the Executive;' compare a
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reports and the naming of a I Council to include representation -i :

president-elect. I from each college and: _
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HANDCRAFTEDCOLOR j
school of the University ZENITHCOLOR a a A's

Barehanded I Saturday events begin with aI I rTV, Servicemen \ )

morning coffee in Florida Un-; what's' e I':1_ : .. 4 .. ,
Fishiiig>< OkayMONTGOMERY. ion; and include the facultyalumni -! know \
: barbecue at Florida Gymnasium : TV E F
Ala. (AP-) from 11:30 a.m. to: inside and that'swhy } w ra

The Alabama Supreme Court 1 p.m.; the Florida-Georgia:, o : "ry 9 a
has agreed that it was perfecty baseball game at 2 pm. at I thousands of I
all right for a man to catch Perry Field; and a 4:30: p.m.'I side by side '
;ish with his bare hands. I reception at which 25 membersof i recommend
l T. H. Scott of Phil Campbell' the Class of 1914 will be initiated them I
other color
was convicted and fined $25 after into the Grand Old Guard, any
state conservation officers of the Association.
t said he was plunging his hands 1 TV in your /7'//A'
There is a Class Reunion Ban-' \
:nto Big Bear Creek and grab-
fish. quet set for 5:30 p.m. in the I: THEY
the
bing
I home
Florida Gymnasium for the own
{ The conviction was thrown Classes of 1914, 1919, 1924, 1929,i: I KNOW M
out by the Court of Appeals. In
1934 and 1939; and the Orangeand i AND WHY 9s
:upholding this ruling Thursday, :' I It's Handwirec'
Blue intrasquad football Z ENITHSEE DESIGNED
t the Supreme Court gave no -=-== Handcrafted ,
-
at 8:15: at Florida
game p.m. (
opinion but a similar case was Field. No Printed ENGINEERED & I
dismissed recently on groundsthe Circuits QUALITY BUlL
Congressman D. R Billy
called "frivolous
ecution court" pros Matthews will be master 0 f + No Production BY ZENITH

ceremonies at the Reunion Ban Shortcuts CRAFTSMEN
quet. w Uses Only WHO TAKE
The American Public Works Z I ''Capacity Plus"
Association, through its Research Components PRIDE IN THEIR

Foundation, has under- Built to Highest WORK & iiicnt
taken a $100,000 program to seek : PROPANE QuaIitysbndareCOMPANY

practical advanced techniques i ) VINCENNES IS BEST. "
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LP-&f.S Model 6126H .
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things through For Sale 1 HOTTER THAN Fruitwood veneers and
ads, rent spare rooms throughFor NATURAL GAS select: hardwood sofcds. COUCH'S PRICES
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in the Help Wanted ads and Cook & Heat Water TRADEINSFINANCE

money comes FAST to you! Low Cost \ \ ', RATES

delinquent Classified Ads bring & PLANS2clTune
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CRITICS HIT 'CONSERVATIVE NEW-DEALER' STANCE .

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il I <&ahttsuilk iun OF n LBJ Warms Business Air- 4k ._ il|I IBy




..a ... RICHARD WILSON recognized! his good words for it has been the subject of_ Republicans also indirectly: : I
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HAEKUON.
JOB FmH10.fl L FAT COWLES. Vk FristJOHNSON. SOUTHBy Chief the free enterprise system as countless private talks with cuse the President Insincer
Cowles Washington Bureau recurring White House visitors.It .
.Wem4THE
I dot' ED Yte. Fr the' frequently ity. Senator Goldwater says
t ., sad EneaUn LUt.rt W. G. aUD) WASHINGTONThose who theme of his! administration.His '
Florida's Beautiful resided' sad ld. Is possible, of course, to repeatedly thai he cannot luv
LELUOLL JUreelera Vie. ) Boa '1'AarAGLlONE. RALPH McGILL know something about whatis recent television inter- analyze this attitude and say derstand how businessman

I :_ 'University City' yerUa1a.. TIc. ,prelU' ... Clre l,. Ol hBIMr tt* AttoaU prb Winter(Ga.) CWM1MIM Publisher on President Johnson's mind view ended on this theme and that Mr. Johnson wishes most could look with any favor President
on
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tie x. for the continuation of the
: present good business climate Johnson because hiS long

: Un 'Has God BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi through the election. He could record in Congress illustrate,

thus enjoy the electoral benefits -: so clearly that he is an old-
: !, 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. j L.'
; usually enjoyed by an in- line Rooseveltian New.
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials Dealer
'. GIYII.Rl4yts .
j
: 1NE cumbent in times. Then
good ,
: :: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. SiLL who rarely ever ,voted for.a
Left TheCampus once he had been elected pres-
I : The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 IS DANfrEROIIS 'I ident on his own, he could proceed conservative measure.If .

-'t Want Ads-376-4672 foR AMERlCA11 to be a "People's Pres- Mr. Johnson were'merely
ti : ident" and New Deal-
(BlRQ!samv urge giving lip service in an occas-
type reforms which are clos-
': ? i est to his heart. ional television or press inter-

III I The Police Job in Cyprus .p view to his faith in the free

THIS IS THE KIND of cyn- enterprise system'- a phrase

.. A recent magazine article ical analysis which Is popularin which comes hard to the
\ : The first countries are volunteering But this savagery largely] bypassed lips
that God
attempted to argue Washington at the moment of democratic _
; : men or money for United Nations Cyprus, which remained firmlyin has left, or is in the processof among Mr. Johnson's critics. politicians

j'r Secretary General U Thant's Turkish hands during the early leaving, the college and They say that he is trying to then he might be suspect of

I'' emergency international peace force university campuses. A be a liberal conservative, a little acceptable election
of the period and in British
part
for the troubled island country of strong dissent is in order. The which is deemed to be patently year demagoguery. ,.
where neighbor has been hands during the latter part. weight of evidence is heav- impossible. He cannot, it
Cyprus, There tensions betweenthe ily on the side of those who is said, maintain the fiction of BUT HIS PRIVATELY ex-
were I! /1
since before ChristI
killing neighbor believe that never before lowering government costs pressed thoughts on this sub-

t r I mas, after centuries of peace. two varieties of Cypriots.But have the students of the while increasing social bene- ject have gone far beyond any-

the terrorist and guerrilla United States been so earn- fits, as he would do in his thing he has said publicly. It

I'I 3 The U. S., Britain and Germany campaign of 1955-59 was by Greek estly in search of ways and outlined $1 billion "War on is a matter of great pride to
t make their lives "
means to Poverty. him that he seems to have
: were first to offer money. Among Cypriots against the British rulers. useful and inwardly reward- restored business confidencein
them they promised half the $6 milt Thus an element of insincer-
t1 : ing. the administration and he
t Turks mostly stayed on the sidelines ,
ity is imputed to the Presi-
I il
the three-month
lion needed for per- but wants to keep it that was.
/, iod authorized by the U. N. General (except for individual Turks in the There are' exceptions, ./' dent, particularly by many ,
organized religion must face > ":- who
can find no substitute in This does not mean that
i ;ji 1 Assembly. Canada was the first to Cyprus police force) until after in- up to the fact, for example "Sic 'em, Tiger!" their hearts and minds for his administration is anti-

t;I offer soldiers, and the Canadian government dependence of the island in 1960. that the Peace Corps is the late John F. Kennedy. The labor, but it certainly is not

is willing to finance them it Even then, the trouble between the an indictment of the failureof anti business, and businessmen

I self. Brazil said no. two "communities" did not become church programs to provide seem to know it. A survey -
outlets for
I really bloody until just before Christmas. vice satisfying and sacrifice.IT ser I by the Opinion Research

A "policeman's lot is not a happyone HAS BEEN the Peace Corporation of Princeton, N.J., I
i Voice of the People shows that U.S. public corporation }
that has motivated
least of all in Cyprus, where Corps executives expect a
$ I the first emergency peace force It is ironical that the UN has to youth groups in many Ameri- more favorable business cli
can cities to do work in the
all British is being taunted by beat the bushes to man and financea slums. Some churches do mate. This survey also shows

I Greek Cypriots to go home, with accusations tiny 7,000-man force for three the young people to pro.vide do I_ On The Sun's Opinion Page that in April 1962 an over-

of partiality. But the more months to police this little island republic these jobs, but the motivationand whelming majority of these h

public-spirited nations of the world of half a million people. The the "idea"* came from the Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters business executives did not
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should think the Kennedy administration -
Peace A
I' community are rallying to the un- Cypriot people have shared centuriesof Corps. growing num- not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry, cannot be used. The would be very helpful In
pleasant policing task. The alterna- history and have the same culture ations ber of of colleges volunteers have who organiz-have Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or stimulating business growth

tive is to leave Greek and Turkish (except for diferent religions and programs among disadvantaged and expansion. But with Pres-

Cypriots to continue to massacre segregated schools). They look and children. .helping Race Relations try in so far as his influence aggravate an unfortunate and ident Johnson the situationwas
I exactly reversed and
I''( one another, with the dismal possi- dress the same. The Turks are Muslims them with school work, seeingto prevails until he has read complex situation. an
r>v e rwhelming
bility that the homeland Turkish and speak Turkish among them. it that they become genuine And 'F cts' and appraised the material Instead of offering realistic thought that the p new e rcentage Presi- "'
participants in community to these troubles he
armed forces and then the homeland selves, but nearly all can speak therein. The book itself is so answers dent would be helpful :" '.
meetings of young per EDITOR, Sun: Your inter- appears to talk in terms of
well documented that he
:
1 Greek armed forces would intervene Greek, too. No outsider can tell a sons. can ".
emotion-charged generalities
est and in the civil ,
activity
continue his study of the sub-
to protect co-religionists.. Greek from a Turk by the looks, anda In talks with Peace Corps rights field is well known to ject for so long as he likes which, to say the least, wouldbe thing ALL to THIS President MEANS,Johnson om i e-."-
j native who leaves for a few years units in Africa and with student all in Gainesville who have the references given. difficult to implement in a *
among He often tells visitors' lhal
.. Homeland Greek Turkish animosity and comes back cannot tell, either. groups devoted to do- followed this subject in your FACT FINDER democracy. the free enterprise system".basabeen "
ing "social" work, visitors columns. I can appreciateyour Surely he doesn't mean to
; seemed to have worked itself good to him and he
invariably are moved by the feel ings for fellow human suggest such solutions as gun-
.' I out by the 1930's, after more than a They are really one people but glow in the faces of those beings of any race (particularly Dickinson Shows ning down refugees as they wants to see it flourish. Pres; ?

j j century of savage fighting, starting they don't know it, they don't thinkit. present and the obvious inn- Negro)' who have Lack reach these shores, or forced convinced ident Johnson that could,he 'depart not be. .4

with the Greek War of Independence And since Christmas each group er satisfaction provided by not been able to identify Judgment evacuations of hard-working ing from Rooseveltian principles :

4 against the Turkish sultans and-ending thinks (with good reason) that the their assignment.Rare themselves completely with employees (such as are customary when he adopts his t
indeed, is the churchin the American society. EDITOR, Sun: The apparent in Russia). prafree
soon after .the''Turkish' War of.,." other is out to kill members of his enterprise attitudes. l
any American city that Nothing would please me lack of good judgment I may be wrong but I feel
F,{: I Independence and the population ex- group just for being different, but offers its young people a pro- more than believing sincerelythat shown by governor candidate that a future governor of this There are many still alive

t.i : change that followed. not very different. gram that reaches into the the inequality of the races Fred Dickinson in his inter- state should have more, than who think thaHin Bs: Jailer[ :

I:, y realities of life in their own is an artificial condition that view printed recently in the just negative answers to the days, as well 'as 'in his eSr- J

communities and gives some can be corrected by passing Sun might seem due either to many problems that he will liest days, Roosevelt's ,mind! {
II| !L Another 'Stray9 AirplaneBy relevance to the Christian laws, and that the views of a sad lack of maturity or a have to face in office.L. was more on' conventional. I
i teaching. It is almost certainly anthropologists and ethnologists deliberate attempt to further S. DALEY methods of expanding the economy

J'' : The U. S. Air Force is sticking to missile sites and other military objectives true that students on on the subject are totally than ,on The:S :Called

t : its story that its reconnaissance for four years before one college and university cam- wrong. I would like to believe socialistic measures of the

: bomber (RB-66B) shot down last was brought down by rocket fire in puses the old are sterile not routines.interested in that intelligence tests and Washington Memo New Deal which today. are so l i'
some 240 important ones have commonly accepted.In
I Tuesday over East Germany somehow 1960. EVERY CAMPUS has at been made concerning the

't : "strayed" over that'Communist- Just Jan. 28 of the present year a least one student center chap American Negro over the past From the Cowles Washington Bureau any Baser n will be very .
lain who attracts large following hard for the liberals of the
a
: controlled area while on a "routine U. S. T-39 "strayed" over East Germany few years were entirely
because he does off- SOLID FACTS: Put the Pentagon and the Congress togetherand Democratic Party persuade:
misleading in regard to the
training flight. Air Force spokes- and was shot down, and along er a challenge of relavancy. the President to soft xsdal the
1 relative ability of the American have a bottomless reservoir of new of saying
you
: men in Washington added that the succession planes was spottedover But, for the most part, it ways free enterprise' talk 'becausehe
plane crossed over in spite of special East Germany or other Com- is likely true that a majorityof white Negro(even and though the American of nothing. Witness this exchange, from the transcript of a con- has no natural inclinationto
students on the campuses many gressional, hearing: "Mr. Flood: 'How extensive is this con- do so.
orders and procedures intended to munist territory before that. these tests were specifically
not interested in what version?' Gen. Brown 'It Is '
minor conversion.
are :
a relatively
prevent such straying, including a Oddly enough, the one detail that designed to eliminate environ-
call char- THIS IS THE BIG difference
some "religious Mr. Flood: "Then I the costs not what I thought
mental deficiences of the Ne- presume are
: briefing of the before take- adds to the official
crew. just credibility storyof ades." between him and the:-Democrats .
gro). they were going to be.' Gen. Brown: 'They would/be/ reason-
: off. "straying" is the recent announce There is, not too surprisingly who have preceded him
( I should also like to believe minimum.'
1 Americans would like to believe ment by the government of much a revival of interest, in ably in modem times, and it caus ?
I that in the .
proportion to
pop-
I I their government, though in espionage more advanced reconnaissance planes humanism sions that matches in campus that discus-of the ulation, the Negro ,did not SAD FACTS: One of the recent society shindigs here fea- es more head-shaking conventional among liber the

: situations they cannot expect and reconnaissance satellite photo 1920s. One university student, produce six times as many tured several satiric skits of the slightly sick "that was the als. But there may be fringe

: to be told the whole truth always. graphy. The T-39 and the RB-66B are at an eastern institution, said, feeble minded children as the week that was" ilk. One of them ended when a character benefits. i

t But overflights happen too often relatively old-model planes. If the "The students are discovering white, and that the whites did representing the president of an unidentified little countryIn
not produce six times as many Senator Goldwater Is begin-
: to make it easy to believe them ac- U. S. were deliberately engaged in they must themselves leave the too often to gifted offspring as the Negro.It East Asia said: "So far as the American soldiers are ning to complain that businessmen

t| -- cidental, and the world remembers this very dangerous game of spyingby find some way to campuses put their would also be very helpful concerned in my country we have a saying, 'Better them who told him to get in

that high-flying U-2 spy planes flew overflight, would it be using these ideals to work." in solving the race problemsthat than us.' there' and fight because they

t I1 I I over the Soviet Union photographing planes? Another illustration of the now beset us to be able .-. would back him to the hilt,
IN Intense yearnings of studentsto to attribute these facts to en- OFF BEAT: When Assistant Secretary of State G. Mermen now cannot be found when

work at bettering the human vironment alone. Soapy) Williams put on a square dance for African diplomats campaign contributions are

1\I = THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT condition, and to partici- But, would we be right in doing and dignitaries last week, he reckoned without his needed.A .

pate in moral decisions, is so? What terrible risk rhythm. Many of the African ambassadors and aides spoke
the attraction of the civil would we be running in mix- only French. Soapy called the dances himself in ringing :
II No Opposition to LBJ on TV rights movement. A recent ing the Negro and the white American terms but even instant translation into French writer r
I survey by the National Stu- without regard for their abil- wasn't fast enough to keep the foreign dancers closer than says that .women
eat less than men and he is
do beats behind the music.
dent Association indicat e s ity to creative thinking or two
DAVID LAWRENCE sial issues discussed by President "equal time" but hadn't made that in the coming summer even to learn many subjects les backed up by figures. (Char I

WASHINGTON-The White Johnson.As up its mind who the actors in thousands of students ever required in both' high school a I City Press.)

House has let it be known that a matter of fact, the the show would be. The same the nation will participate In and college? .

not only did it not have the same situation arose in December dispatch said: some activity of civil rights, If indeed the Negro is thrust f' &AGi

slightest objection to granting 1962 when the late "Technically, of course, the in the North and South. Some into a more intellectual envir- R.cnr. Reputation is what you have.
President will assist with the voter onment than he mentally on arrival. Character is what
"equal time" for the opposItion Kennedy gave an 1964 political campaign hasn't reg- can J ::
after President Johnson's exclusive interview to the started and there are no for- istration program 'in Mississippi digest, will he be helped, Q,4! K ,r Set, w:&-er you have on departure. (Pel-:
three networks The adminis- and will he be la Chronicle)
"conversation" last Sundayover mal candidates, but actuallythe happier? If, to :
three television networksbut tration indicated then that it campaign is already under THE MAYOR of Jackson, look at the other side of the

that this idea was conveyed would not object to "equal way. The latest example is Miss., where police are more coin, the whites are slowedto ,"
$ in advance to the broad- time" being furnished to the the unprecedented interviewby heavily .armed than combat the pace of the Negro in POTOMAC FEVER :

casting companies themselves.The other side. But there was no ( President Kennedy) on soldiers, has declared he their progress through schools,
presentation TV such views peaceful demon- will be Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau
over as radio and TV over all three even they helped and will By -;
big question, however, would be possible if a transcript strations as unlawfuL State our country benefit? Can dysgenic '
'
networks major networks for a full hour There's a new U.s. embassy cocktail. Potent stuff. Two drink and you're
to
for the TV answer of the President's remarks last sentiment, including that of forces so generated leadto .
was who should be spokesman were submitted to the Monday night. state judges, seems strongly the downfall of our Ameri- stoned.
for the "opposition." If apposition for rebuttal on the "The President could have against the effort to register can civilization?
anyone of the leading con- same day. given every bit of this infor- qualified Negroes. Students I have mentioned anthropol- Congressmen vote down a $10,000 pay raise for themselves. One congressman .

tenders were picked, he would Last Sunday's broadcast was mation at a regular news con- going there on a peaceful, leg- ogists, ethnologists, intelli- felt pretty virtuous until he learned his wife would campaign agaInst
not, as things stand today, reflect taped the day before. The in- ference, but it would not have al mission may need protec- gence tests and hinted at some him, charging he doesn't have enough brains to provide for his own family !i

any consensus of the en- terview was originally 80 mi- been as dramatic nor subjectto tion. Mississippi and other of the conclusions to which :
tire Republican viewpoint. nutes, and deletions were editing. states must decide this summer scientific thought on the subj-- Thought for the day: Find a man with both feet firmly on the ground and I
And if all three Messrs. made to condense the whole THE BIGGEST advantageof between providing the ject may well lead. Perhapsthe you've found a man about to make a difficult putt. .,

Goldwater, Rockefeller and thing into a one-hour programto all to Mr. Kennedy, how- equal protection of law and latest and certainly one of -- -
Nixon were invited to speak fit it in with the TV sched- ever, is that he manages by its prejudices. Students also the most complete reference Ghana's ambassador says that despite anti-American demonstrations, there's"nothing ,
their views would have to be ules. Time for editing was this method to prevent any are organizing to work awayat books on the subject was printed but friendship for the U. S. in his country. They love us so much, they : ',:
coordinated by some harmonizing made available by deferringthe rebuttal on the same night discriminations in northern late in 1963. hate to see us wasting our money there. i i !
-
influence within the actual broadcasting by 24 that he gets full coverage of and western cities. The It is "The Geography of In -- -
party not yet identifiable. hours. his views. South is by no means the on- tellect" by Nataniel Weyl Bob Kennedy says there's no feud between himself and President Johnson. -
THE PROBLEM is not a There is a simple solutionto ly area of such activity.The and Stefan Possony. I com- Their relationship is as pleasant as a mountain retreat-high, cool and remote. I
: BUT EVEN IF the three"critics new one. This correspondent, all this the Republican great wish of young mend this scholarly book 'to -- -
,-. articulated varying in a dispatch on December Party could set up an "orga people today is for opportunity you and suggest that any editor New Hampshire postscript: After Margaret Chase Smith's showing J>'U"- :

positions, differences would be 20, 1962 a few days after nized opposition" in Washington to commit themselves to politician professor or haps LBJ could make more political capital by putting 50 women-out-, of gov-
; revealed which would enable President Kennedy's similar and designate a spokesman causes. It is neither wise nor layman who either discussesor ernment. :.

: the nationwide audience to "conversation," wrote that in much the same man accurate to suggest that takes any action in race.relations --
: realize that at least there is the Republican National Com- ner as is done by rival partiesIn "God" is no longer in their does so at'his own risk If elected president, does Henry Cabot Lodge promise to' put 'a fir -proe J

-- 11A* to the controver- mittee planned to ask for the British Parliament. minds. and at the risk of his coun- Buddhist in the cabinet .J: __ _, __ r: tl
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P,I 4 Gainesville Sun Mirth 2C 1964
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1, I Mrs. Martha Oliver, of Oca! ,
I! CONSCIENCE COLORED passed through Gainesville yesterday I

U4 I en route to St. Augustineto


1:11: : :: ((Satewlk iun OF I B. F. Child, Colored Ntws Editor today Rev. other sister spend,relative Mrs.the Nancy weekend-Speed with, and her ,f-=,


THESOUTH
{CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSJohnson ed with Miss R. A. ; Rev. IL&WTRORNEvs

L I .... charge, 2 p. ro. PLANS PROGRAM :.
,
,
,.. Chapel Baptist -
rrttunt .MAT worship, $' The There will be musical
? ou L Hutinoy p.m. a pro-
I School 9:45 ,
and
Sunday
h'IIeM.. COWUCSt The 7rsld.ati a.m.; will be in
charge. gram presented by the Youth t
)
4)I there will be
.. Easter
an -
ED JOKNBOX. TtM PVI$41 program
Is service
= gram : Song Community Choir from Flem-
.. 1 Sstntlv* K mi W. O. tJU rendered at 5:30 ,
m-
..Florida's p.
Beautiful devotion, Mrs.'P. L. ington, at the Galilee
,( EUmiOUC. VU. FMlWwt Mi ,** Rev. W. J. Mrs. ; No. Baptist
Taylor,
r :By RALPH McGILL pastor; dress Mrs. Mable Church
.
vftUtof Dlmttri .0 TA1TAG.UOXK. on Sunday, March 22.
1:!i : Uaiveriitjr City TIM ......... ... CIl.*..> PRUISr tfct AtlMt... WIaIag(0*.) .UU1UUU PbuibuOS Harriet Jones, reporter.Mt. the Matthews' sister; at 8 Sponsored by the laymen of

tte* Muss Olive Primitive Baptist,, and announcements. Le the church.

''I Sunday School, 9SO a. m.; chairman of Men's Day as-

,I. THE SUN'S POUC7 'Has God and morning worship, 11 tjn Hattie M. Thomas, full. CHOIRS IN PARADEThe
: .
=- Rev. Wallace will be in charge; of Women's Day; Rev. Undenominational Choirs
; 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the "eWi column
I ::- 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only iltditorl.l.jl of the services. Rev. H. K. Kin-, Johnson, pastor;. Mrs. Union will present a program,

I 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. sey, pastor; Barbara Watson, Soott>> reporter. entitled "Choirs in Parade"at

: Left TheCampus reporter. the New Salem Baptist
jl The Sun'i talephpnts: All Dcpartmtntft3728441 Church at
i Monday 8 p.m.
l : : REV. CALDWELL
Shady Grove Primitive Bap.
j} : -"._ Want Adi-376-4672 will -
) tist Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Rev. Norman SOCIETY MEETINGThe
: -II morning worship, 11 a.m., Consecration at the '
? year-old boy from Ocala Sun- Female Protection Society -
.
'I" and devotional ser namic speaker, will No. 1 will meet In the
I :; The Police Job in Cyprus vices. The pastor will review, speaker at the Mt. : Mason dining room of the Greater Ft.

: the lesson. Song service by the i list Church today at 8 in Clark Baptist Church S nday
:A recent article choir. The pastor will preach., the interest of the : '
magazine at3:30p.xn.
'1 .: The, first countries are volunteerIng But this savagery largely bypassed The Deaconess and Steward. re
of Lincoln
attempted to argue that God : High School
'J : men or money for United Nations Cyprus, which remained firmlyin has left, or is in the processof ess Union will meet at 3 p. m., Washington, D. C. REGULAR MEETING-

; :: Secretary General U Thant's Turkish hands during the early leaving, the college and The devotional services will be i The public is Invited. The Uniform Company LodgeNo.

international force university 1 A conducted, 6:30: pjn. The pas., 113 will hold its "
: 2 emergency peace campuses. regular
for the troubled Island country of part of the period and in British strong dissent is in order. The tor will again preach. Rev. W. 54 of meeting today at 8 p.m. at
'
ig, hands the M. Ferguson, pastor, and congregation ST. PAUL C.M.E. to- the .
has been during latter part. weight of evidence is heav- home of Mrs. W. N. Ne
Cyprus, where neighbor '
the side of those who from Mt. Pleasant: son, of 415 N. W. 12th
There tensions betweenthe ily on The men of St. Paul Street.
? killing neighbor since before Christi were Methodist Church will conductan I "
believe that never before : Church will observe The dues are to be paid during
i E mac, after centuries of peace. two varieties of Cypriots.But have the students pf the 'after service." Rev. E. S., al Men's Day Sunday, this meeting.FRIENDSHIP d
,
r : the terrorist and guerrilla United States been so earnestly I Bullard, pastor; Mrs. F. D, 29, at 11 a.m.

; : The U. S., Britain and Germany campaign of 1955-59 was by Greek In search of ways and Shannon, reporter.Mt. Rev. Henry Lyons, a DAY"I
.
means to make their lives Pleasant Methodist at Bethune Cookman have called you friends,"
first to offer Among
; : wert money. Cypriots against the British rulers. useful and inwardly reward- Church School, 9:30 a. m.;: will be the 11 o'clock John 15:15 will be the scriptural -
;i : them they promised half the $6 mil- morning worship 11 and I re theme for
Turks mostly stayed on the sidelines Ing. a.m.; He has preached in the the Friendship
lion needed for the three-month per evening worship, 7 p.m. Rev., viously. Rev. B..F. Day observance In connection
(I''l : iod authorized by the U. N. GeneralS (except for individual Turks in the organized There are religion exceptions must, face but W. M. Ferguson, pastor. tor. s of with Sunday morning worship

Assembly. Canada was the first toIj' Cyprus police force) until after in- up to the fact, for example Brooker-Greater Bell Meth. work services at 11 a.m. Mrs. Thel- '

". offer soldiers, and the Canadian gov- dependence of the island in 1960. that the Peace Corps is odist-Sunday School, 10:30 a NOTICE Satur- ma Jordan, principal of A.
: it- Even then the trouble between the an indictment of the failureof m.; and morning worship with; Wuinn Jones School, will give ,
Ij' ernment is willing to finance them the ,
the address. Music will be fur-
church to N.Y.F. in charge, 11:30 a. The D u v II Nellie
1 self. Brazil said no. two "communities" did not become vide satisfying programs outlets for pro-service m. Mrs. Nellie Moore, re, School P.T.A. will nished by various talenl(Jof

** really bloody until just before Christ. and sacrifice.IT porter. monthly meeting, the city. Mrs. Eunice ,Carter,

II i : A "policeman's lot is not a. happy mas. HAS BEEN the Peace New Salem Baptist Men's: March 25 at 7:30 p.m. Nellie: co-sponsor will be In -charge,

; : one," least of all in Cyprus, where 4 Corps that has motivated and Women's Day to be observed school. The executive ( ). as Mrs. Mary Debose ,sponsor
March 22. School, and is confined in the hospItaL.R v.
I the first emergency peace force It is ironical that the UN has to youth groups in many American Sunday tee is asked to meet W. L. Souder
9:30: a.m.; morning worship, 11. appar"d of pastor.
I cities to do work in the the auditorium at 7:30: .
_
all British is being taunted by beat the bushes to man and financea slums. Some churches do pro- a.m. The men will be In; E. White, president. yes

Greek Cypriots to go home, with accusations tiny 7,000-man force for three vide the young people to do charge. The program Is: Song, PROGRAM PLANNEDThe

of partiality. But the more months to police this little island republic these jobs, but the motivationand service, choir; devotion, Joseph Progressive Choirs Un-
Cromwell; sermon, Rev. P. ROCHELLE NEWS ion will present a program at
:
public-spirited nations of the world of half a million people. The the "idea" came from the
a L. Johnson; solo, Clarence i SPECIAL SERVICES be- the Spring Hill Baptist Church
Peace
A
( community are rallying to the unpleasant Cypriot people have shared centuriesof of Corps.colleges have growing organizations number DeBose; offering and announce, There will be special I with Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor, \

policing taak. The alternative history and have the same culture of volunteers who have ments. Refreshments will be held at the Hall Chapel pass- !on Sunday, March 22, at 3

is to leave Greek and Turkish (except for diferent religions and programs among disadvan- served at 1 p.m. There will bea dist Church on Sunday, I City I p. m. There will be "Choirs in
f
"
,Cypriots to, continue to massacre segregated schools). They look and taged children. ..helpingthem pre-Easter program present- 22. !Parade.
The public l is invited. Mrs.
| one another, with the dismal possibility dress the same. The Turks are Muslims with school work, seeingto
Marks .
1 Quincy reporter.TO
that the homeland Turkish and speak Turkish among themselves it that they become genuine -
participants in community I
;; i armed forces and then the homeland but nearly all can speak of PRESENTPROGRAM
meetings young perSons -
i I Greek armed forces would intervene Greek, too. No outsider can tell a The Friendship Choirs Union

to protect their co-religionists. Greek from a Turk by the looks, anda In talks with Peace Corps will present its monthly inspir-
i Voice of the ational program at the Shady
native who leaves for a few years units in Africa and with student Grove Primitive Baptist Church

Homeland Greek Turkish animosity and comes back cannot tell, either. "social"groups devoted work, visitors to doing Monday at 8 p.m. F. G. Win-

: seemed to have worked itself moved the gate, president; Mrs. A. M.
Invariably are by
I.i out'by the 1930's, after more than a They are really 'one people but glow in the faces of those =On The Sun's Pridgen, program chairman;

I century of savage fighting, starting they don't know it, they don't thinkit. present and the obvious inn- Mrs. G. L. Souder, reporter.
I satisfaction provided by Opinions and commtnts of Sun ,...." arc welcome in .
with the Greek War of Independence And since Christmas each group er
must be signed and beer the writer's address. Names will NOTICE
I. against the Turkish sultans and end thinks (with good reason) that the;, their assignment.Rare not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one The I Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion f

ing soon after the Turkish War of other is out to kill members of his any, American indeed, is the city churchin that Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or te shorten it, or Church will worship and fellowship i

Independence and the ,population exchange group just for being different, but offers its young people a pro- with the Friendship

I ; that followed. not very different. gram that reaches into the Race Relations gence tests and hinted Baptist Church in an "after.service" ,
.. .
i realities of life in their own of the conclusions to Sunday at 8 p.m.Pftttttarte

I communities and gives some And Facts' scientific thought on J
..
r 3- Another 'Stray' Airplanemissile relevance to the Christian ject may well lead. the Q
teaching. It is almost certainly EDITOR, Sun: Your inter- the latest and certainly to ( pi

The U. S. Air Force is sticking to sites and other military objectives true that students on est and activity in the civil the most complete or a MRS. ALLIE MOORE ;
college and university cam- rights field is well known to books on the subject was
its story that its reconnaissance for four years before one Funeral services for Mrs. Al-
puses are not interested in all in Gainesville who have ed late In 1963. and
bomber (RB-66B) shot down last was brought down by rocket fire in the old sterile routines. followed this subject in your It is "The Geography lie Moore will be held Sundayat

Tuesday over East Germany some- 1960. EVERY CAMPUS has at columns. I can appreciateyour tellect" by Nataniel 2 p.m. from the Mt. Carmel

how "strayed" over that Communist- Just Jan. 28 of the present year a least one student center chap- feel ings for fellow human and Stefan Possony. I Methodist Church, at Waldo
lain who attracts fol. mend this he with Rev. Anderson officiating.
controlled area while on a "routine U. S. T-39 "strayed" over East Germany a large beings of any race (particularly scholarly of Burial will follow in the family -
because he does off- and that I
lowing N e g ro) who have you suggest
training flight." Air Force spokesmen and was shot down, and a er a challenge of relavancy. not been able to identify tor, politician, plot in Waldo Cemetery.

in Washington added that the long succession of planes was spottedover But, for the most part, it themselves completely with layman who either I She died at the home of her

plane crossed over in spite of special East Germany or other Communist is likely true that a majorityof the American society. or takes any action in in a daughter, Mrs. Gilmore, at

orders and procedures intended to territory before that. students on the campusesare Nothing w 0 u Id please .me lations does so at his ,Brooker.Duncan Brothers Funeral
not, interested In what and at the risk of his
prevent such straying, including a Oddly enough, the one detail that some call "religious char more than believing sincerelythat try in so far as his to Home is in charge.

briefing of the crew just before take- adds credibility to the official storyof ades." the Inequality of the racesis until he has gun- I DONNEUPERRY
prevails -
an artificial condition that they
Final rites for DonnelJ Per-
off. "straying" is the recent announce- There is, not too surprisingly -
can be corrected by passing and appraised the
Butler who died
Lake
Americans would like to believe ment by the government of much a revival of interest in laws, and that the views of therein. The book itself March ry of 11 at the Veterans, ,Hospital ::
humanism in
their government, though in espio- more advanced reconnaissance planes campus discussions anthropologists and ethnologists well documented that cus following a lingering ill.
that matches that
of the
nage situations they cannot expect and reconnaissance satellite photo 1920s. One university student, on the subject are totally continue his study of ness, will be conducted Sundayat

: to be told the whole truth always. graphy. The T-39 and the RB-66B are at an eastern institution, said, wrong. I would like to believe ject for so long as he feel 2 p.m. from the St-John, I
that intelligence tests and among the references
But overflights happen too often relatively old-model planes. If the "The students are discoveringthey have FACT this Baptist Church in Providence,
some 240 important ones with the Rev. L. C. McCormick
: to make it easy to believe them accidental U. S. were deliberately engaged in themselves too often been made concerning the than
must leave the to and Rev. G. A. Clark officiat j
.: and the world remembers this very dangerous game of spyingby find some way to campuses put their American Negro over the past Dickinson the ing. Interment will follow in the t

that high-flying U-2 spy planes flew overflight, would it be using these ideals to work. few years were entirely will St. John Cemetery.Mr. i

<< : over the Soviet Union photographing planes 7I Another illustration of the misleading in regard to the Judgment Perry is survived by. his
relative the American
of
ability '
wife Mrs. Blanche
.. intense of studentsto devoted !
yearnings
EDITOR Sun The
and the American :
work at bettering the human Negro Perry, 3 children, Emdee,. Per-
THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT white (even though many of 1Mrs.M
condition, and to rv. Miss Ella Jane .p err Y. 1\
partici-
pate in moral decisions is these tests were specifically ttle-Weeks, one brother :
,
I designed to eliminate environ- MemoFrom Rufus Perry,J>ne sister,
of
the attraction the civil Washington
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No Opposition to LBJ on TVsial rights survey movement.by the National A recent student mental). deficiences- of the Negro Mrs.children Emma and Long other- -; six relativesand -.grand--

should also like to believe
Bureau
Association indicates the Cowles Washington friends.
J By DAVID LAWRENCE issues discussed by Presi- "equal time" but hadn't made that in the coming summer that, in proportion to the pop- The family and 'friends are
dent Johnson.As up its mind who the actors in thousands of students over ulation, the Negro did not SOLID FACTS: Put the Pentagon and the Congress togetherand to meet at thehome 'Of- RJr.
WASHINGTON The White
House has let it be-known that a matter of fact, the the show would be. The same the nation will participate in produce six times as many you have a bottomless reservoir of new ways of saying Perry in Providence. at 115
situation arose dispatch said: feeble minded children as the from the transcript of a con- p.m. to form the cortegeto
: not only did it not have the same i in December some activity of civil rights, nothing. Witness this exchange,
white and that the whites did 1
the church. Pallbearers will
1962 when the late in the North and South. Some extensive is this
con-
slightest objection to granting of the gressional hearing: "Mr. Flood: 'How '
"Technically, course, not produce six times as many be his Mason brothers.
: "equal time" for the opposition exclusive President Kennedy interview gave to the an 1964 political campaign hasn'tstarted will assist with the in voter Missis-registration gifted offspring as the Negro.It version Gen. Brown: 'It is a relatively minor conversIon. Hughes Chestnut Funeral

after President Johnson's"conversation" three networks, The adminis- and there are no formal sippi. program -would also be very helpfulin Mr. Flood: "Then I presume the costs are not what I thought Home is in charge.BERNARDKNIGHT. .
: last Sunday candidates but I.
tration indicated then that it actuallythe THE MAYOR of Jackson solving the race problemsthat they were going to be. Gen. Brown: They would be reasonably -
three television networksbut
is
over campaign already underway beset to be ableto :
that this idea was would not object to "equal The latest is Miss., where police are more now us minimum.'
conveyed
example
attribute these facts to en- Final rites'for Bernard I
I time" ,
being furnished-to armed
in advance to the broad- the the unprecedented interviewby heavily than combat -
themselves. other side. But there was no soldiers, has declared be vironment alone. SAD FACTS: One of the recent society shindigs here featured Knight, who was bor n and
casting companies ( President Kennedy) on would be in doing raised in Hawthorne and win :
presentation TV such views But, we right ,
over demonstrations "that the
as radio and TV over all three even peaceful several satiric skits of the slightly sick was tat
however would be so? What terrible risk died Thursday, March 19,
The big question, possible if a trans- as unlawful State
major networks for a full hour week that was" ilk. One of them ended when a character
for the TV networks to answer script of the President's remarks sentiment, including that of would we be running in mixing the Marine Hospital in San I;
'
I t was who should be spokesman were submitted to the last Monday night. state judges, seems strongly the Negro and the white representing the president of an unidentified little countryin Francisco, Call, following a

for the "opposition." If apposition for rebuttal on the "The President could'have against the effort to register without' regard for their ability East Asia said: "So far as the American 'soldiers are brief illness, will be conducted -

anyone of the leading con- same day. given every bit of this information qualified Negroes. Students to do creative thinking or concerned in my country we have a saying, 'Better them Sunday at 1:30 p.m. from II.

tenders were picked, he would Last Sunday's broadcast was at a regular news con- going there on a peaceful, leg- even to learn many subjects than us.' the Gallilee Baptist Church.

not, as things stand today, reflect taped the day before. The interview ference, but it would not have al mission may need protection. required in both high school Interment will follow In the

any consensus of the en- was originally 80 minutes been as dramatic nor subjectto Mississippi and other and college? OFF BEAT: When Assistant Secretary of State G. Mennen Hawthorne Cemetery.

tire Republican viewpoint.And and deletions were editing. states must decide this summer If indeed the Negro is thrust (Soapy) Williams put on a square dance for African diplo- Mr. Knight will lie in stateat
if all three Messrs. made to condense the whole THE BIGGEST advantageof between providing the into a more intellectual envir- mats and dignitaries last week, he reckoned without his the Hughes Chestnut Memorial -

Goldwater, Rockefeller and thing into a one-hour programto all to Mr. Kennedy, how- equal protection of law and onment than he can menially rhythm. Many of the African ambassadors and aides spoke Chapel from Saturday

Nixon were invited to speak fit it in with the TV sched ever, is that he manages by its prejudices. Students also digest, win he' be helped only French., Soapy called the dances himself in ringing afternoon until 11 ajn. Sunday.

their views would have to be ules. Time for editing was this method to prevent any are organizing to work awayat and will he be happier? If, to American terms but even instant translation Into French .

coordinated by some harmonizing made available by deferring rebuttal on the same night discriminations in northern look at. the other .aide' of the wasn't fast enough to keep the foreign dancers closer than
influence within the the actual broadcasting by 24 that he gets fall coverage of and western cities. 'The coin the whites are' slowedto two beats behind the music. A writer says that womeneatlessthanmenandhe

party not yet identifiable. hours. his views. South is by no means the only the pace of the Negro in is !'

THE PROBLEM is not a There is a simple solutionto area of such activity.The their progress through schools a6'YqA backed up by figures. (Charles -

BUT EVEN IF the three new one. This correspondent, all this the Republican great wish of young will they be helped and will City Press.)

critics articulated varying in a dispatch on December Party could set up an "orga- people today is for opportunity "" our country benefit? Can dys- <

positions, differences would be 20, 1962 a few days after nized opposition" in Washington to commit themselves to genic forces so generated leadto Qk. (P{ nt or
revealed which would enable President Kennedy's similar and designate a spokesman causes. It is neither wse nor the downfall of our American !- 4fJ / Reputation is what you haveon

the nationwide audience to "conversation," wrote that in much the same manner accurate to suggest that civilization? k"iJili; : arrival Character is what

'realize that at least there is the Republican National Committee as is done by rival parties "God" is no longer in their I have mentioned anthropol- ... ti! (" you have on departure. (Pel-

another aide to the controver-: planned to ask for in the British Parliament. minds. ogists, ethnologists, intelli- la Chronicle)


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Ii j I! 'Of By For the People' i i.J GOP To FOCI].L is Campaign On Getting Big City Votes ?,;I


2fcm fork Stairs 'appeal and challenging the De-lican national leadership is no from the country to the city. Or:

By WARREN WEAVER JR. mocrats on their own ground. longer seriously considering ganizing efforts aimed at the I
t I It (EDITOR'S NOTE: This ita- WASHINGTONThe Republican Gov. Rockefeller of New York the "southern strategy" once

r t/ dent quiz In World Affairs is .,. ..,.,, "?"""'"Aw".a' Party is organizing a ma-,has been urging such an ap outlined as the principal assetof ed farm in community 18 states, including will be launch fiveon
t befog conducted in Alachoa proach. Sen. Barry Goldwater.The .
jor effort to win
over big city
the
list Illinois Michigan
r t schools big-city :
County and is
f
sponsored voters in key states next fall. From the list of. cities selected, Republicans are by no Wisconsin, Minnesotaand
I by- the Sun. Answers
I are ,The attempt will be the-most
1 av.aJIabJe.1rom teachers, and it would appear that the repub means diverting'their campaign California. .
intensive ever launched by Republican
/. will not be published. A world leaders to.shift the
T affairs* for now you can own
quiz Sun readers, loyalties of masses of citydwellers -

'with answers. Is published particularly in minority
,
TliuncI .
yi.I't groups, who traditionally vote # CUSTOM-QUALITY
r
I't I Answer, the democratic.A .
following
tipns true or false. ques- cision holding that segregationof tection against cruel or unusual 2. Eighth Amendment major feature of a national
I public schools was a viola- punishment 3. 10th Amendment
13. ,The number of Negroes tion of the constitional 4. 14th Amendment campaign that is now budgetedat
guarantee Du
2. First Amendment free- Mont
I $12 million, the Republican!
registered to vote in the United i
al protection of the 5. 18th Amendment
4 dom of speech and
I States press program will be focused on 10 .
has doubled since 1947. law .Sfed in 23. Voting discrimination stillis ,. -
1 3. Sixth Amendment rightto big cities, largely in the northeast "t. : .a.7': )' t;
.. 1. 1948 practiced in some areas. Such
trial by jury and middle
west and
14. More than one-half of 2. 1950 discrimination is partially responsible r 23-INCH CONSOLETTE TV
1 4. Fourth largely in states with electoral .
Amendmentprotection big
I the .
'South's public colleges today 3. 1952 for the fact that the
i are open to Negro students. 4. 1954 against unreasonable proportion of Negroes registered votes. ?
I _,; 5. 1956 search and seizure to vote in 12 southern states last The Republican target cities AT THIS NEVER BEFORE LOW PRICE
I 45. About one-third of the' I 5. Fifth Amendment rightto year was only for 1964 are New York, Newark,
defendant's
''I f I Negro children in the South 19. Among a derived from constitutional due process of law 1. one-tenth Baltimore Philadelphia, De- A.,.. bK:1

_J now attend school with whites. the Fourth rights, Fifth and Sixth 21. The Amendment that reserves 2. one-eighth troit, Chicago, St. Louis, Mil !:l __
waukee, Minneapolis St. Paul '. .
Amendments are'all the to the states or to the 3. one-fifth """""
except .
:1 16. School segregation in people the powers not delegatedto 4. one-third and Los Angeles. : : -

;I northern school districts, where right I' the national government is 5. one-half Eight of the ten states in which l. m. .' 'k)

l J students of minority races I 1. to have an attorney the 24. In a move to help elimInate these cities are situated supported i.: .; t lA i __
2. to confront witnesses John F. in the 1960 ,'i< ;J '
: sometimes are concentrated in 1. Third Amendment another kind of voting Kennedy

the same schools, often is re- against him 2. Seventh Amendment problem, the U. S. Supreme election but the Republicans do ... -
-i t ferred to as "de facto" segre 3. to have bail set in an 3. 10th Amendment Court ruled in 1962 that federal not consider them solidly demo- I

r gation. -. amount he can afford 4. 12th Amendment courts have the power to correct -cratic. Seven of the ten went

: 17. Because of the pattern 4. not to incriminate himself 5. 13th Amendment Republican in three of the past f:...,. ''ftf';<;..:.t '..,
1' population growth in the United 5. to have a fair trial by jury 22. The Amendment that is 1. inequalities of represen- four national elections. :

f States, the voters most likely to 20. In the following list each generally said to protect citi- tation in voting districts The new emphasis on seeking \. .Jit i1.. .
+
{ '.. be under-represented in their correctly coupled with a right zens from having their rights 2. unfair literacy standards city votes represents a victory rtit:. '' }i -
i legislative bodies are those who protected by that amendment infringed by the state govern- 3. heavy poll taxes I For Republican leaders who have < ; t\ *\:,, .

', live in cities and suburbs.- except for ments is the 4. overly long intervals between been stressing the importanceof

} _18. The Supreme Court de- 1. Second Amendment pro- 1. Second Amendment elections broadening the base of party II

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'I Shands Honored Sleepy Town Not DisturbedBy

r. UnemploymentWASHINGTON J

Near-by Nuclear Plant -:., .,. >,., "
I (APAmerica's i a.ztj.
youth faces the harshest
y i rr ROWE, Mass. (AP) The were questioned said they see .
:
II ; .. almost sleepy calm of Rowe no reason why their easy way unemployment problem since l '*.. Ntssaa-23*.Cowoktie in trained
i the depression of the 1930s, Secretary
I a town of 231 persons in the of life should have changed ,'A walnut or mahogany finish.
of Labor W. Willard t
northwestern corner of Massachusetts -when the nuclear reactor went
y 4it Wirtz 3
,. ...:'is deceiving.A into operation Nov. 10, 1960 to said today. 011{ $17995LEGS
Testifying before the House i I
mile away, the nation's supply electricity to about 85 Education and Labor Committee OPTIONAL

first commercial nuclear pow- per cent of New England. in support of the adminis- Never before finest in television
t tF name costs no more than ordinary TV
I'f er plant chains the great forceof Yankee Atomic employs only tration's antipoverty bill, Wirtz
f the atom to generate elec- 70 people, 20 of whom live in said male youth unemployment Incorporating aH the features that have made DuMont synonymous with quality -

F I tricity for domestic use. in Rowe. The others commute 'reached 21 per cent last June, for over a quarter of a century, this latest Du Montincludes a full power
II The townspeople have accepted from nearby communities. the highest point since records .
transformer chassis,bonded 23"picture tube with 20,000 volts of picture power,
II I it with a stoic calm, confident have been kept. .
.that every precaution has Town officials say that since Although the number of teen- amplified automatic gain control, and exclusive Perma-Tune for permanent fine .
the
I been taken to prevent escapeof population businesses didn't increaseand agers entering the job market tuning. The walnut or mahogany grained contemporary cabinet blends with ."
no new were at-
radiation from the plant of is increasing at a record pace,
tracted, there has been no UlflllT every room interior.Up-front tuning and front-projected
1 1
the Yankee Atomic Electric Co. he said, the number of jobs
reason to change the pace of local -available for young workers DU lYIURr high fidelity sound system too. Come in today and see .
Wendell Rowe
Bjork post-
*
1 W life. But there have
master, who also operates the substantial benefits. been did not increase by a single job .. how much quality so little can buy.But you better hurry, .

general store, says: "won't .* in 1963. at this low price our limited supply won't last long.
change anything here. This I Mrs. Joyce Ahern, the town rkmWhA n.rbi.tfr t'deria e
treasurer said I, \t No Place inN.on
town's been here 180 or that Yankee
W. A. Shands of the Associated Indus- years I
president so." pays about 93 per cent of the I Central Floridacan
tries of Florida, receives an award from Gov. Far- local real estate tax. you find so many OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. BUDGET TERMS -
with its
The store two
ris Bryant for his support of Florida's World's Fair village
<< program. Shands, on the advisory board of Florida gasoline pumps in the only retail -I Wendell Johnson, Yankee's A Used Adding Typewriters Machines(A(44))

I World's Fair Authority, received the award at a outlet in town.A plant superintendent, said the Cash Registers (10)

luncheon in Tallahassee. dozen townspeople who plant's power source is a pres Reconditioned Typewriters JIM VOYLESAPPLIANCES J

surized light water reactor similar While They $1Q50
,

.SPl( Y' ,! Holders Waiting for ApI'illl I submarines.to those which power atomic I I Office LastKISER'S & TELEVISION

Equipment
The fuel is enriched uranium

:SHRUBBERY'NOW To Get Liquor Licensesthought I II dioxide pellets. One loading has Sales 604 Service North Main- Rentals Street .II I 419 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-5303

.. .. \ some 3.5 million pellets in more I S'S I
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than 23,000 stainless steel tubes. '----
... ,,' Most Gainesville license I to the problem," Winn I The whole thing weighs about

''t&UflVtiWITH ,' '. holders said today they planto said. "This is a new business to 25 tons.
,
'" -/ : wait until after April 1 to pick us and we're not going to rush I
'r" up their liquor license, I Johnson said one loading lasts .
into ithe
said.
/-6nVEMULSION If an applicant wants to go in-' ]about 10 months for an outputof The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision
/ : to business before then he has George Montgomery, recipientof about a billion kilowatt 4I

t to buy a full year license for $1- a license issued for the Cen- hours. He added that to get that of Asgrow Seed 'CompanyU.
000. After April 1 applicants can tral much electricity under the con-
P Lounge, 531 SW 4th Ave.,
: : buy a half year license for $600.' said he plans to buy his license ventional, system would require

John Hinterminster, Holiday after April 1 but doesn't know 750,000 tons of coal.

I'T CONTROL SCALED. Inn restaurant manager, said when or where he will start t Johnson said there is abso- 441 Alachuo Florida
his firm will probably start serving -serving. ,
t lutely no danger of escaping
on a temporary basis after,
April 1."We Gertrude S. Booth, East Side radiation "and the people of

\ plan to use a service bar Package Store, 1208 E. Univer Rowe accept that." ATTENTION GROWERS!.

rV. in conjunction with the restau- sity Ave., said she will pick up
: rant until our new cocktail her license after April 1 but SUPERMARKET CREDIT!!

; lounge is built," Hinterminster doesn't know when she'll be ableto A large supermarket chain is The KILGORE SEED COMPANY, a division of Asgrow Seed Company, proudly announces
start serving because plansare
said.Asked when he planned to being drawn up to constructa testing a credit plan. A custo- the opening of a brand new modern store in ALACHUA, FLORIDA. These new facilities jjll
mer applies to a finance com-
start serving, Byron Winn, own- new building on her property.
er of the Primrose Inn, said he"hadn't pany for credit and is given a offer all the same fine products and services which are known by area growers to be finit-
Gainesville Package Drive-In credit card good for one month.
} given it any thought. owner E. Finley Cannon and I After she pays her monthly bill, available anywhere. Come in and see for yourelf.
<< "Since the licenses have been
G. K. Page, oWl9f: Page's she is sent another credit,card
awarded we've been involved
Package Store, both said they good for one month. In the 5
with the election and
canvassingof will start business after April 1. month trial, there has not beena
votes and haven't much : '
given Agricultural Fumigants
@W@d.I'I single case of delinquent pay :
'" I E. C. Cornell Sara, managerthe ment.
E..t ; ': INCOME TAX Hotel Thomas, said building'

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I I TWI .. alendar@f UJOffl 0 f n "nO THE f family Y YRuth Brides' r WANT' KEEP MORE YOUR FOR EYE YOUR ON II IiI


Events Book vri1SV

TI..... Weimer Women's Editor .1

TODAY, March 20 TODAY, March 20 ,.
--G&Jnesville Horse Show, 1:30: i I
a .'7:30 p.m., Waldo Road Shower WilliamsAs Dinner to compliment Miss .J
Fetes.Miss t
Show Grounds. Anne Purvis, bride-elect of

SlTURDAY, March 21 Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. ofJacksonville
!
Awards Breakfast, Gaines- ? Grants hosiery,!s your best buy, because every pair t tlj

vine Horse Show, 10:30: p.m, a pre-nuptial courtesy for I i iV. Home and Mrs. Dick Means, the honoree and the two mothers. Grier Mr. and Mrs. .." is made to meet rigid standards in leading mills:
wTjh buffet breakfast served Miss Judith Edwina Williams'i who entertained at the Means Kirkpatrick and Mr. and r; the very best in appearance, wear-ability, washabiU
at-12:30 a.m., Holiday Inn. fiancee of Curtis Mitchell Gra home.. A pink and red color scheme 'Mrs. Harry Duncan, 6:30 p.m., u..k ity and comfort Top value-at amazingly 1 low prices!
I :Smerican Association of University .:ham of Lucedale, Miss., now 11 The receiving line included I was featured in the party appointments Kirkpatirck home, 1023 SW 21st L ;
Women, Luncheon,|i!serving with the U. S. Navy, a i Mrs. Means, the honoree, her with arrangements',Avenue, Kirkwood.Post .
Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria. I bridal shower was given re J f!mother, :Mrs. Ernest Williams, of camellias, azaleas and snap- J 2: 'FABULOUS 400' FIRST QUALITY
used nuptial luncheon for Mrs.,
Gainesville Junior Woman'sClub cently. and the bridegroom-elect's mother dragons were throughout I! \
Charity Cabaret, "Nep-!. Jlostesses for the party attended -,, Mrs. Curtis C. Graham of the house. "j'Theodore Mackie Barber, the{ NO IFSI ?
tune's Kingdom", 9 p. m.,' by more than 70 guests,I Lucedale, Miss. A pink taffeta cloth, overlaid j Ii]Former Miss Frances NO ANDS li ; SEAMLESS MESH NYLONSNO
Moose Lodge.Gainesville J iwere Mrs. T. W. Cause, Mrs. C.I Corsages were presented!', to I with pink net, covered the serving 'L]rick, 1 p.m., Mrs. Kirkpat-I | ROBOTS ifunsrunoi
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I a.m., 1:30 and 7:30'p.m.., Wal-! with camellias a n d';'*ert and Miss Carol Steck- I cvmmtif J >, ONE Will BELIEVE YOU PAID ;$(*,UmU I
doTRoad Show Grounds. pink net formed the centerpiece.!t'ert, Holiday Inn. : OR -
I I Hosts Mrs. J. B. Whiting, Mrs. Clif TOYt Marti f.
Little Women Fashion Show Sorority i SATURDAY, March 21
12rSO p.m., Gainesville Wom- Roberts, and Miss Ginger Williams .
aril Clubhouse. of Lucedale, Miss., sisterof Lun!leon honoring Miss Sale

I Sigma Kappa Alumnae Rummage the bridegroom-elect, presided Anne Purvis, fiancee of Billie i 37c
ConclaveAlpha at.the punch bowl. Mrs. Sam:,
.Sale, 7 a.m., Gilberg'sParking I j Weekend Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville
lot. Kinard kept the bride's book i j' .
12:30: Mrs. Lewis -
Home Economics i Ca- Others assisting in the cour-!; p.m. .t,
rent Day, sponsored by the Cen- Tau Chapter of Alpha!for the fifth, sixth and 12th Pro-',tesies included Mrs. Eva Cobb,I J i F. Blalock and Mrs. R. E. ;
tral Florida Home Economics Epsilon Phi Sorority will be!r vince Conclave. |Mrs. Clayton Hawk, and Mrs.few, Holiday Inn. 1 Fabulously sheer, yet long wear-
Association, 9 a.m. to noon, host this weekend to chapter i Honor guests in attendancewill Marvin Brooker Jr. Dinner Miss Anne I ;t ..r;:; ing. At this fabulous low price buy
Gainesville High School auditor delegates from Newcomb College be Mrs. Louis Weinstin,1' Miss Williams is now in San,J Purvis and honoring her fiance, Billie !,! several pairs! In sizes 8V4"to 11.
l ium. Diego, where her marriage to
Louisiana State University National Treasurer from Houston -
r University of Alabama, Vanderbilt Texas, and Mrs. Howard Mr. Graham will take place this Nugent\ and Nimnicht Mrs. Clifford Jr., C.7 Beas-p.m., I IIr. ASK rot NO.400

= UofF Dames University, University of Klein, National Conclave Chairman weekend. J[:ey 1803 NW Sixth Avenue. I .. .I
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Tennessee, Emory Univers i t y also from Houston. \ --
i Elect New and the University of Miami,r Business sessions will be held. Mrs. KynesIs ADVERTISEMENTDENIMS Guaranteed fo wear 6 months
-- ----- with topics on finances, rushing -t ARE or get 3 pairs tree!

r Officers pledging, scholarship and)
Little WomenTo activities to be discussed. HonoredAt DANDY t

University of Florida Business -: The University of Florida DECORATIVE AID Guaranteed fo
Administration Dames elected -. Present chapter will honor the dele-, LuncheonMrs. wear one f utyear.or !
new officers at a recent;' gates with a banquet at the I get anew
meeting held at the home of, Chapter House on Panhellenic Leland Hiatt entertainedwith Sports denims are leaving pair free
Mrs. Willard Stones. I, Fashion Show Drive on Saturday evening. a luncheon in honor of her the sports field and heading
The new slate of officers includes -!' Alpha Epsilon Pi, which holdsa step daughter, Mrs. Jimmy for the decorators silk and
Mrs. Frederick Adkins,Women ; National Convention every :Kynes of Tallahassee Wednesday satin decor. With matching
chairman, Mrs. Thomas Aycock, !'other year, encourages conclaves at her home, 3506 NW 11th stripes and solids in light
] bright colors, the slipcovers'
tomorrow, with luncheon served
to be conducted in the Avenue
vice chairman,
Mrs. William ,
at 12:30 for members and; cafes and bedspreads of SAVE
p.m. 38c EXTRA &iACKAGl :
LaMee, secretary, Mrs. Ronald !off year at various college and Guests included Mrs. Ronnie 1964 are turning to denim! SAVE 22c -- -
the Clubhouse, Westniversity
guests, at !:
Boatwright, treasurer M r s. university campuses throughout Spencer, Mrs. Witt Palmer Jr., i
Terry Duis, publicity chair. U Avenue. Tickets are{I the country. and Mrs. William Mitchum, all Gilberg's, The House of Grants-own brand. Grants-own brandWTG
'$l. Following the luncheon the 1'II t 1,000 Fabrics, has met this : -I
man. Mrs. Alfred Kahl, telephone -, I of Ocala; Mrs. James Wellman,
public is invited to view the new decorative trend with
committee chairman. and fashion show. i j!Ii i Newcomers Lakeland; Mrs. A. Z. AdkinsJr. large selections of denims PENNLEIGH'MEH'S MEN'S WORK SOCKS t
Mrs. Larry Bisse), board repiresentative. 1 ., Mrs. James E. Cannon, already matched for se'
Election of officers will follow, easy STRETCH NYLON SOCKS
I Mrs. Bill Flemming, Mrs. La- lection. See them at your WITH CUSHION SOLES
Cuest the !at the business meeting. i i Plan April local
speakers at meet- *i mar Hatcher and Miss Shirley Gilberg's store ,
ing; were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde! Models will be Miss Dorothy!II Schaffer of Gainesville. at 109 \'. University
T.-Brannon, certified Ridgell, Miss Leslie Eggert,I i Meeting Sale 57cREGULARLY Sale 3 PAIR 87e
al)]ts. The guest graPhoan-1 Miss Barbara Wells, Miss Ann, PKG.
flash-cards to Campbell, :Miss: Camille Rhodes:!i Mrs. Charles McCarthy was Experienced 79c REGULARLY 1.25 PKG.
ferent characteristics of handwriting I Miss Carolyn Cummings, Miss'!hostess to the Gainesville Newcomers -;

strokes. The demonstration -i Beth Deurloo, Miss Kathy j! Club at their recent; Lycra spandex tops. Colors. Machine washable.Soft cotton

concluded with a brief analysis -(Grand, Miss Beverly Wynne:(meeting held in the City Recreation One size fits all sizes 10 to 13.iF terry soles & heels. 10 to 13.Grant'sown.
of each Dames' members' :Miss Margery :Munroe, Miss':I Center. !! Sewing MachineOperators I.

handwriting. Karen Davis, :Miss: Linda Ad-j!! Following a meeting the group! .
r kins, Miss Margaret Hampton,splayed j j bridge. ; ;
"Sreen iss Mary Bates Feltham, Miss: Prizes were won by Mrs. SAVE 33cGrantsown AY 3 .
Woodward. Miss Karen,
Dance'A Robert Combs and Mrs. Ronald, ;
for Teen Time ngel, Miss Lura Williams, Miss:|EA. Bennett. Door prizes were; ,1f :
; t"
Nel Laughon and Miss Cam;won by Mrs. Samuel Hicks. i With At Least 3 YEARS Factory Trained ; ., < brand :} = brand,

JCcen Time, eighth and ninth,Goethe. i I j i i Mrs. Jerry D. Fults was guest Experience flPENNLEIGN' PREP GINGER LANE
grate club sponsored by the 1 Spring ensembles from Geiiger's (for the evening.
Gainesville Recreation Depart) Stag and Drag, Blanches,j i The next meeting is slated for APPLY AT f. J/7( BOYS' COTTON t: '7 :, GIRLS' COTTON
mElt plans to recognize St.;Twig, Right Angle, Silverman's,!!April 6.BSPhi. Florida Athletic Co.
Patrick's Day by an "all green,1('Ruddy's' Donigan's, Cherry's,!I CREW SOCKS I k-k V CREW SOCKS .

dance Friday night. School Lichter's will be modeled. i j t 302 N.W. 6th Street

clothes!The Incidentals of green are will to be provide worn.I!Carolyn Miss Camille Cummings Rhodes will and be com Miss, t Chapter Phone 2-3378 after 2 p.m. : Sale 3 PAIR PKG.67' ; l 3 PKG 67c If I

music! from 7:3010:00: )( at the mentators. Activities Set f
Recreation Center. I j '" REGULARLY 1.00 PKG. ; REGULARLY 1.00 PKG. Ij
Winners of the Twist Contest I : Gamma Chi Chapter of Beta'
SOUTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE
last week were Wayne Norris Sigma Phi Sorority has slateda
and Carolyn Watts. : Gardens rummage sale for April 11, Perfect comfort for r Machinewashable
---- and also a bake sale in frontof -k-;:, sports, play or fort : Durene mercerized j
OpenAn ;. cotton. Ribbed
schooLSoftabsorbcnt -
.. Publix Supermarket, April : :
cotton. 7-10H. top to toe. 6 to 8&
t .rvabt invitation has been extended 4. 1 !

r ;. by Dr. and Mrs. J. Recently Gamma Chi enter-I "Charge-It".No money i..30 days or months to pay
Wayne Reitz to anyone wish- tained rushees with a covered- '

tI t r ing the to President's view the gardens Residence of dish supper at the home of Mrs., I W.T.GRANTT: C YOUJlr./UI' .:F

I Bud Yawn. [
through the week.
the local Gamma
Representing
This annual "open garden" Chi Chapter at the area- "- Gainesville Shopping Center Open Evenings Til 9
is a tradition with the .
t Beta Sigma Phi Luncheon and,
Reitzes during the spring
Fashion Show held in Orlando
season.
Also ,recently were Mrs. Marvin R.: 'Til 9 I
open to the public are Open Friday .
p.m.for than lifetime to count out in dollar bills the
the Wilmont Gardens on ,Whitten, Mrs. Tom Bridges It would take far longer one

the University Campus, off Mrs. Richard Coffin, Mrs. John! your
Smith and Mrs. Gary Kelley.
: North-South Drive. amount of advertisers invested in in 1962.
The next meeting will be held! EASTER SHOPPING CONVENIENCE money newspapers
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6 :/a r Giant Studio Tries Daffy' to Prove : = _-

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I( _v BearishBy Big: Money, Off-Beat Zeal Can Mix !_

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__ 4F BOB THOMAS Hrrn Uarfc Stoa Michael Parks. The female lead, Universal, the largest studio Inthe experience who, under his pro.

_HOLLYWOOD (APJohn By MURRY SCBUMCH Celia Kaye, has done only one world, will try to prove that tection, has made her way to

Ford who has made more HOLLYWOOD Most Hollywood -,picture, "The Island of the Blue there is no basic conflict between Los Angeles in search of a father I

x<: llttt i : movie classics than any other rules are being ignored in Dolphins," which has not yet a mamoth movie cor- she never saw.

director, made one of his of the unusual movie I been released. The script was poration and the sort of off-beat, The voices of the couple wereso
t
f xS AY public> this rareexperiments' in years a picture turned down by every studioin low-budget pictures that are gen low that the words were bare-
yk rF' '4; >.%y tx, cur 'w.r, Ya9),, o/ :,.z %F.., and received appearances the homage thatis called "Daffy." The producer Hollywood and by many in- erally reserved for film makersin ''Iy distinguishable.
NFFF Jj Al Ruddy never made a movie dependent producers over a sev New York with more zeal I -
due to him. When the scene was finished,
He showed up at UCLA for before. Neither did the director en-year period. than money. Hutton explained the hushed

la program in the extension di Brian Hutton not the male lead,; Yet this is the film with which. Whether "Daffy" succeeds or tones of the actors. "I haven't

vision's series of tributes to fails, Universal is determined ,any jokes to tell" he asserted.

American directors. He turned -: that the program will continue. ,"I want the emotion. -The' important ,

1 x out to be warm, human and DINING & "Andy," a second production thing is to touch people. '
along this line, is wen along in
lovable, in contrast to his re- If the overall film turns out well
putation as an irascible bear., New York. "Guns of August," ;that will be great But even if
based> on the Pulitzer Prize win-
His arrival caused university I get moments of feeling and
; and Directors Guild officialsto ENTERTAINMENTEpic ning book by Barbara Tuchman, compassion I will have what I
is also part of this schedule.
want.
\ A 9'n vH sigh with relief. Ford seldom -
,
i frs7 The atmosphere on the set of
showed up to collect his (iaitttsuiUtJaif1S1Dt
"Daffy" has been marked by an 1
own Oscars "The Informer almost fanatical intensity. But Made Their

{ ," 1935; "Grapes of Wrath," the ability to adhere to a fast-

Miss U of F Hopefuls 1940; "How Green Was My moving shooting schedule that Mouths Water .

: Valley" 1941; "The Quiet 'Becket' Relates will bring in the picture for less

Miss University of Florida, will be chosen Saturday night from one of these Man," 1952. than $300,000 has won grudging FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) -
About 50 waitresses, eating
coeds. The girls, selected in preliminary judging this week are (left to right) Ford seemed delighted with admiration. fried chicken while sitting in

'freshman Louise Rothenberg, sophomore Sharon Testy and junior DorothyDee all the attention, watched with Hutton a dark and restless the Kentucky House gallery

Miller. The new queen will be crowned on Florida Field during the annual interest clips from films like Church-State Conflict young man who came to Hollywood Wednesday, reacted promptlywhen

intrasquad Orange and Blue football game. The Informer" -not one of via acting and directingin asked to move.

his favorites"They Were Ex- AP Movie-Television Writer ing an American writer, Edward I off-Broadway and the small They had not realized they

pendable" and "My Darling I HOLLYWOOD (AP-The relationship Anhalt to adapt the Jean theaters of Los Angeles realizes were seated next to about 30

In I Service News Clementine." between Henry II of Anouilh play, and a Britisher, that some members of the Negroes and whites engaged in

People Only at his introduction did England and St., Thomas of Peter Glenville, to direct it. I crew: consider him considerably a hunger strike to dramatize a
-- less
. 'V <' I Bitch assigned to Headquarters he seem his peppery self. Becket forms the basis for an History appears to have been than a genius. The situation plea for a public accommodations -

= The NewsBy ; Battery, 6th Battalionof When described as having been epic new film, "Becket," starring little tampered with. Indeed, the on the set the other day, for bill. The hunger strike was

-. L, ;,.' the division's 80th Artillery, everything in the film industry Richard Burton and Peter facts need little embellishment instance, was evidence of his in- in its fourth day.
entered the Army in July 1962 including actor he shouted, "1 O'Toole. Historians record that Henry difference to outside opinion.In The waitresses were on handto

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: and completed basic trainingat deny it." and Thomas were fellow roist- this sequence, Miss Kaye lobby against a measure

CHADDS FORD, Pa. (AP) -. Fort Gordon, Ga. Later, however, he wouldn'tgo It is a fine stirring movie, erers, that the king appointed and Parks are in a dreary hotel which would allow employers to

Painter Andrew Wyeth and his I d The 19-year-old soldier is a ; along with Alfred Hitch- scrupulously written and directed his friend chancellor and then room. The hopelessness of deduct 25 cents an hour from

wife, Betsy, were injured in aI f 1962 graduate of Williston High cock's jest that "actors are cat- and acted in brilliant, flow- archbishop of Canterbury much poverty are in the bareful bulb their salaries if they received
motor scooter accident in the; SchooL tie." ing style by the two stars. against Becket's will He feared over the wash basin, ancient tips.
driveway of their home at James O. Hal Wallis produced "Becket"in their wall bracket, dreary ,
Prince aviation Said Ford: "I would never positions as heads of state pictures
. Chadds Ford, Pa. storekeeper second class, USN,' that actors are cattle. A England for Paramount us- and church would place them on cheap chest of drawers hulking .
I They were trying out scoot- Gladen Welch son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. say of them real collision course. He was right. radiators with drying clothes .. .,
ers brought home by their son Steven T. Gladin has been Prince of 716 NW 11th Ave., good many are One variance with fact and ratty carpets. I
into appears -
Jamie, 17, and a friend actor commissioned a second lieuten- and Ellis F. Fort Jr., airman, pros.temperament I have never in 45 run MonlightingOn to be the portrayal of: This was the setting for a tender K cntulclal _, .d kltlctet-- ":
Lee yearsof
Kinsolving. ant in the United States Air USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. EllisF. any Becket as one of the conquered love scene between Parks, .', .., ,.,. .
Wyeth 46, suffered a broken Force upon graduation from Fort Sr. of 4005 NW 21st directing. Saxons. Like Henry, he was a hardened to cheap booze, street .. ...
I left foot He released froma If members of the Ford stock t.. ..
was IncreaseWASHINGTON brawls sordid . .
Officer Training School in Lack- Ter., are serving with Fighter Norman. sex, and Miss:
in Wilmington had been present they 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 I
hospital nearby
company Kaye
land AFB, Texas. Squadron 161 which recently a young woman of little
Del., after treatment Mrs. might h a v e added the ywouldn't .__"Becket"_ wisely avoids th"Ivanhoe" ===___ I
Lt. Gladin, son of Lt. Col. returned to San Diego, AP) More type of spectacle and
suffered concussion.The dare show s
Wyeth a and Mrs. Robert F. Gladin of Calif., aboard the attack air- temper people are "moonlighting" than concentrates on the relationship COMPLETE

hospital reported she was Westover AFB Mass., was selected craft carrier USS Oriskany completing around the old man. ever before the governmentsays. between the two men. Their Floor
in- fair condition.
Ford asked what
a for the training course a tour of duty with the was mes- love for each other is undeni- Planning, 'Engineering
,
:through competitive examina- Seventh Fleet in the Far East sage his films carry. He turnedto And declares the AFL-CIO, able. It does not appear to be Inter. Design & Decor.
ATHENS (AP) -PrincessAnneMarie tions with other college gradu- director George Sidney and
"Moonlighting is bad and we an unnatural love, though Henry's FORBAR'S
; of Denmark 17- ates He is being reassigned to Army Spc. 4 Harvey G. New asked "What was it Sam Gold-" try to discourage it""Moonlighting" shrewish queen so accuses. COCKKTAIL LOUNGES
year-old fiancee of. Greece's Lowry AFB, Colo., for trainingas some, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cur- wyn said about messages?
is the term Henry both loves and hates
King Constantine, 23, flew from an armament officer. tis Newsome 708 NW Tenth Ave Sidney supplied the answer RESTAURANT AND PACKAGE STORESWe
to the of Becket for making him think.
applied practice
Athens to Switzerland today. i The lieutenant who holds an and Army Spc 4 David L. Ben- "Let Western Union carry one Will Work With Your Architect
The
church-state
I Sources in the Greek courts 'A. B. degree, attended the University nett, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs them." person> holding two jobs. impasse is resolved Generous Financing
The Bureau of Labor statistics when four
knights mur-
; d she would go to her Swiss I of Miami and the University Johnny Bennett of Raiford, participated He confirmed a legend which der the
reported a sharp increase in archbishop as he
school to pack and say goodbye of Florida. in Exercise Marne.demonstrates his disregard for praysin BARSCO SUPPLY CO.
I double job-holding in a recent his cathedral But so great is
I tofriends: then go home to Den- I Ram, a recent field training scripts and for the meddlingof
the that
mark. She and Constantine are I Marine Private Bryce D.gjjch exercise in Southern Germany executives. He said that the survey. outrage the king is required C. R. MOBLEY
The figures showed that 3.9 to do penance at Beck-
to.marry by the end of .feeyear. son of Mrs. M. M. Spc. Newsome an automotive son of a very rich man came million Americans held et's tomb.
an ex- 702 West St. JacksonvillePh.
Welch of Route 4 here com- mechanic in the 6th Ordnance down to his set one day and Bay
pleted recruit training recently Company near Stuttgart Germ- complained that the picturewas tra job a rise of 600,000 in a Two of England's most accomplished FR 6-5212-Ext. 35STARTS

at the Marine Corps Recruit any, entered the Army in July four behind schedule. year and "the first significant actors play the two
j BOSTON AP) -Mrs. Malcalm I Depot San Diego Calif. He will 1961. He completed basic train- Ford tore days out a handful of increase in extra jobholding"since towering roles: and their encounter I

: E. Peabody 72, mother report to Camp Pendleton, ing at Fort Jackson, S. C., and and them 1956. will inevitably be TONITE .1
of."Massachusetts' Gov. Endi- script pages gave to The number of moonlighters termed a duel. Being .supplied
Calif.: for combat infantry arrived overseas in January 3 FIRST RUN HITS!
cott:Peabody plans to join a training. 1962. the young man. added up to 5.7 per cent of with the more flamboyant role, DMY.IN TMIATi[
6:00 Show Af 7:00
"Here he said. "Now I'm American workers. Open -
f prayer pilgrimage to protest I The 20-year old soldier OToole will doubtless be proclaimed 24M------.b. .
segregation in St. Augustine attended GHS. three days ahead." The figure is almost as highas the winner.
Charles E. Smith, son of Al-
;, Fla: bert S. Smith of Lake Butler,I Spc. Bennett overseas since the. nation's unemploymentrate. I THEY ALC.WANT I

The pilgrimage is being ar- was promoted to warrant officer January 1962, is a tank driver Ruby's NewAttorney
;. The AFL-CIO deplored moon- 1 full lb. KC
ranged by the Southern Chris-
in Germany where he is a Company B, 3rd Battalion of
flan Leadership Conference, member of the 24th Infantry Di- the 3rd Infantry Division's 64th lighting on grounds that it is SIRLOIN STEAK
which plans "kneel-ins" and!vision. Armor in Germany.He one of the factors contributing $1.95 TO MARRY ME j
heavily to the nation's .lb.-$1.50
I "pray-ins" at St Augustine high
I Smith, assigned to the divison's was graduated from Un-
churches the week after next Headquarters Company, ion County High School in 1961 number of unemployed, now 4.5

Mrs. Peabody is the wife of entered the Army in 1949. He and entered the Army in Aug- Is Confident million persons. Georgia Country AND BE THE ,

:a the ,Rt Rev. Malcolm E. Peabody waS last stationed at St. Petersburg ust of that year. HAM STEAK

i retired Episcopal bishop and arrived in Germany, HOUSTON Tex. (AP) Jack Panama ranks 11th in gross Grits and Red-Eye Gravy

5i of Upper New York State. in Ocober 1962. Robert I.. Brown, nephew oUrs. Ruby's new attorney is confi- tonnage among maritime nations Good Eating, Podner, at the To First Be&Shown Last

a The warrant officer attended L. J. Carr of Cross City dent his client will be granteda' today, but most ships flying TOWER HOUSE MOTHEROFAN

.HOLLYWOOD (APSinger Union County High SchooL has been promoted to staff sergeant '' new trial and will escape the country's flag are owned
U Judy Garland didn't have ap- His wife, Mayme is with him in the United States Air death in Texas' electric chair. by nationals of other places. 210 E. Univ. Ave.

rt pendicitis after alL She had the in Germany. Force. Percy Foreman president of

:h I Sergeant Brown is a Jet aircraft the National Association of Defense t
${ flu.Miss Garland, 40, was re- Raymond D. Edwards, son mechanic in the 366th Tac- Attorneys and probably
iv1 leased; Thursday from Cedarsof of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.! tical Fighter Wing at Holloman the best known criminal lawyerin ""P\I&IIU 14IN I

Lebanon Hospital after a day Squires of Cedar Keys, has AFB N. M. Texas, agreed Thursday to PAVE : Bob INSTANTMope

under observation for abdominal been promoted to staff sergeantin The sergeant attended Dixie succeed Melvin M. Belli as '. I

b( pains. Her doctor said the USAF. County High School His wifeis Ruby's chief counseLA E11J111 "

h Wednesday she might have toM Sergeant Edwards is a radar the former Mildred L Webb, Dallas jury sentenced Rubyto BABY! ,
operator in the 783rd Radar ,Sm love,.in danger .
4 undergo an appendectomy. I daughter of Mrs. Oscar Futchof death Saturday for slaying .
W Squadron at Guthrie AF Sta- Cross City. Lee Harvey Oswald the accused 10 the flesh! 'faka ,

CHICAGO: (AP) George H. tion W. Va. Army Pvt. Willard L. Rogers assassin of President : "sr azx cThe: -

.Ft Gallup, director of the Ameri- The sergeant is a graduate of son of Mr.and Mrs. Lorain John F. Kennedy, last Nov. 22.: ., j
Fellowsville (W. Va.) High =
a
Rogers of Morriston
can Institute of Public Opinion, SchooL com- Foreman who has handled
w said in a speech at Chicago pleted an automotive maintenance more than 700 capital offense: ,

:36 that.a new method is needed I Patt; helper course under the cases and lost only one defendant i j
Franklin
L. of \
son Reserve. I Girls
w f 627 ,selecting political candi- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L Prevattof Enlistment Program to the electric chair, was : ;
recently at Fort S. C
dates. Jackson
brothers
hired by three and a
Chiefland has
aj been promoted -
: Party conventions resemble During the course Rogers received
sister of Ruby hours after they
to airman first class in the FEATURES
JJ tribal rituals," said Gallup. "Ali USAF. instruction in the field fired Belli a famous California 1IIi Pig 1:43
most everything about them is and depot maintenance ofwheeled 4:12
Airman Prevatt currently is attorney.One
\ phony. The spectacular campaigns vehicles. 6:41
assigned to a USAF of the remaining Ruby attorneys llu
support unit The 9:10
> 19-year-old soldier
and 'give 'em hell'bn completed -
at Pershawar Air Station Joe Tonahifl of Jasper
reduce office basic training at Fort
speeches seeking Pakistan as'a refrigeration Tex, said he would file a mo- I._
to the intellectual level of pro6t specialist Jackson. He is a 1963 graduateof
ion for a new trial in Judge Joe .oa- FLORIDARIVEIN
fesslonal wrestling. Howard High School in Oca-
The airman Is a graduate oi la. B. Brown's court today although
Chiefland High School His Foreman has not said who his' I hloPulYer-6eM i '
CHICAGO (AP-Quote) of the -
wife, Marjorie, is the assistants will be.
daughter
r day A strip-tease dancer who -! Daniel B. Minerd fireman .
: of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Foreman said he signed
a Miia
fled a City Council hearing on Longstaff of Topeka, Kan. apprentice, USN, son of Mr. contract with Eileen Kaminsky, r aA son YYOa DeCado l bortSleth og ,
an ordinance regulating B- and Mrs. Richard D. Minerd of 1
sister of Ruby and with threeof
girls after she spotted a televi- Route 4 and John L. Willis a
,
Private Dale P. Mack, son aviation Ruby's brothers Hyman Ru- -PLUS-- 2 ALL NEW SUPER THRILLERS! 14wIq.g11
sion "Imagine the kids
camera: ordnanceman d
sec o n
rl: in my daughter's school getting I Mack of Mr.of and 1307 NE Mrs.9th Joseph Street T.is class, USN, son of Mrs. Irene benstein, Chicago, Earl Ruby NoW .
j a load of me testifying that ]I Gardiner of 320 North Waldo Southfield, Mich., and Sam
M 4" want the law to let me bum nearing completion of his Bas=: Rd., are serving aboard the Ruby, Dallas. The four drove U. S. 441 1 Y2 Miles North of University '

tct drinks." Jackson ic Combat S.Training C. at Fort attack aircraft carrier USS Cor- from Dallas to Houston to see WEDNESDAY thru SATURDAY PETRIFIED MONSZERTHIL
; He is assignedto
io al Sea, operating out of Alameda Foreman. LI N C...Ynunflr 'JR'J
| | Company D, 7th Battalion --- -
Jax Negroes 2nd Training Brigade of the Calif. The family said Belli was -a i' 1:TIle West StaftanTbe )lover caught in a Hrrifie TfcmiM- at iiis
U. S. Coral Sea is currently conducting fired by special delivery letter, terrifying trap!
Army Training Center In- signed by Jack Ruby and West Ever Saw I I1Iru TERRIFYING
4 Demonstrate fantry. refresher training and an- SHOCKING...'.
Private Mack Is a graduateof carrier landings in preparation other sister, Eva Grant of Dallas M'.49 Buy hive taken IdvlD ../Of' she

'\Itr.'! JACKSONVILLE, Fla. CAPj )- Gainesville High School, and for deployment to the Far East and mailed Wednesday 1 IIII *f JPJ innocence but. couldn'tremember

Police arrested 23 Negroes he also attended the UF for a Airman Second Class Robert'night ; -+_. .
j Thursday night as demonstrators year and a half. K. Gwin Jr., son of Mrs. William Belli, arriving at his San .. .ttJrC TO SAVE
: stepped up their drive -- J. LaFountain of Waldo, night, said he win meet newsmen I HER

i to end segregation in downtown Army Spec. 4 Earl H. Foxx, has graduated from the"Tactical at his office at 10 an. today 0 aarc] [ rrnrg f..t-. r: UFEI

N Jacksonville. son of Mrs. Lois S. Foxx, of Air Command missile school to make a statement"If :j1

Twenty Negroes were arrest- 730 SW Fifth SL, and PFC Rudolph here. we are successful in get- TECHNICOLOR.........uDMIISJI PANAV1SIONHo. .tt '

tiri' ed Wednesday in demonstra- 0. Ritch, son of Mr. and Airman Gwin 20, a missile ting a reversal of this case anda 2 HERO'S ISLAND a
v' tiqns against a hotel and several Mrs. N. R. Ritch of Morriston, launch specialist, r e c e i vedsP"'iJll1i7.ed new trial, I don't think Mr. a
i The trial of the will be Also Cartoon depth in PSYCHO-SHOCK'
>let> eating places. were assigned March 5 to the "' training as a mem- Ruby ever executed,
tr 20was postponed Thursday until 7th Infantry Division in Korea. ber of a combat crew which Foreman, 61, told newsmen.

r March 25 after 200 Negroes Spc. Foxx, a medical specialist will be deployed to a* tactical The .family said Foreman, a ,

Jjj. gain ered in front of the Municipal in Company C of the division's -, missile wing in Germany. to 210-pounder who stands 6-4*. was 3 SHOWS 2:45 k

& Court building, singing 7th Medical Battalion, entered man and maintain the Mace their choice as chief attorney TATE 6:00 8 9:00 .

IuIt ana:'praying. the Army in June 1959. missile. all.along. They said they hired* ENDS SAT. 5 COLOR _
"Jgdge: John Santora said there The 24-year-old soldier is a The airman, who attended the Belli after a go-between who ACADEMY AWARD Tom Tjrron Jehu Hustoni

was too much noise to carry onbh0adaL 1959 graduate of Lincoln High UF, is a member of LambdaChi approached Foreman crossed NOMINATIONS .. ttf

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I I .t 'On Ow' '+. F'oi'/ 'Preview'Florida I





J .. v a .will preview its 19&I I

football team in the annual

Y.f?1'a ; : 'C.v .z v Orange and Blue game at Flor-

J k I. In Meet r ida Field tomorrow night. Kick- I

cF off will be at 8:15 p.m. os
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Coach Ray Graves will be an ;
'
r
!;: interested spectator, along with
The Florida High School Activities Association has. never in
some 10,000 fans, for the battle
t the past and never in the future will give instructions to officials r.,
between the split up Gator grid
working in the state high school basketball tournament. units.

i Floyd Lay, executive secretary of the FHSAA, said yester- .

, day that it would be absurd for his office to issue such The Orange lineup likely will

instructions.Lay have' Lynn Matthews and Charles -

Casey, ends; Dennis Mur-
" said his only interest in state tourney officiating is phy and Sid MacLean, tackles; Friday, March 20, 1964
that the in to make their. J
I men in striped shirts be position Anderson
Larry Beckman and Jerry, -
I calls and to interpret the rules correctly. guards; and Roger Pet-

PASSPORT SHOWS WINNING JUMPING FORM
The FHSAA boss said that it has been his desire to provide tee, center.
Waverly Farm horse, Buth Gore up, in action.
continuity of style in the state tourney. To achieve this, the Steve Spurrier will be the

FHSAA always holds over three-fourths of the officials who with Allen Trammel
quarterback :
work a tourney to the following year.Half'Dosen and Jerry Newcomer at Coaches Outline

: halfbacks and Graham McKeelor

to ReturnEight Passport SparklesAs John Feiber, fullback.


men worked the state meet this year. Six of them For the Blues, Randy Jacksonand Their Troubles

will be back in 1965 with two newcomers. Lay said that this Barry Brown will open at

is a necessity. If eight new officials were brought in, the ends, Larry Gagner and Wally

coaches coming into a tourney with their teams would be Colson, tackles; Jim Benson and

completely at sea on what to expect. Show Kicks Off Bill R Cliett i c h,bourg center., guards; and / In NCAA QuestBy

, .Lay, who worked 12 years as an official in the Southeast Gary

Bruce Bennett will be at quar-
I BOB GREEN of Michigan Vic Bubas of Duke
By JOE HALBERSTEIN <} terback with Alan Poe and Jack ,
Sun Sports Editor .' :":'K,.{:"Z'-f f- '::.:, .7', .:?;(:':::" Harper, halfbacks; and Larry KANSAS CITY (AP-Cazzie and Tex Winter of Kansas State

I ':tir..< '., '",: ; .:,".. Dupree fullback. Russell has a tender ankle -said he felt his team had a
,
t'StUt A strong gray jumper, Passport f ", ,:,, ,., Duke had a minor plane mw- legitimate shot at the cham-

Joe Balhfmtein: ; owned by Waverly Farm ;::>::> Y:."::: Tackles Murphy and MacLeanwill hap, UCLA is fighting the dol- pionship none of them has ever

of Warrenton, Va., and capa- '< ',) ;::: -A ..... <.' :: lead the Orange unit while drums and Kansas State is a won before.

sport_ fqt\\' bly handled by Butch Gore, ; ?, Richbourg and Dupree will cap- longshot. All of which, the vari- Duke Vs. MichiganThe

m '_. ,..... .,_ ;.. took.the spotlight in yesterday's ; ,'" yH tan the Blues. ous coaches say, means practically line-up has Atlantic Coast

opening two sessions of the 22nd 1 v. Both squads have 11 letter- nothing.The Conference champion Duke, 254 -

annual Gainesville Horse Show. men and prospects are for a four coaches with teamsin playing Big Ten co-champion

era Conference, has worked on the national rules committeeand The show is to continue t >.', well played encounter. tonight's NCAA basketball Michigan, 22-4 in the opener.

day with performances at : Many players have injuries, championship semifinals out Top-ranked UCLA, 28-0, takeson
Is a member of the group that will work with the U.S. 4
and 7:30 p.m. and again fr however, and may be slowed. lined, their troubles after brief Big Eight champion Kansas
Olympic basketball setup this year, said the FHSAA also will to-I"
morrow with windup The UF band will present a workouts Thursday, then confi State, 22-5, in the second game.
take over assignment of tourney officials for group meets in
1965. at 10 a.m., 1:30: p.m. and 7 short musical program before dently repeated their vows of The winners meet Saturday for

p.m. Championship s t a _'. the game and will perform at !optimism. the title.
F
The FHSAA leader noted that in order for an official to be events are slated tomorrow ,k,;,: t.*'!tf :Ii'!",.:. .: halftime along with the Gator- Each of the quartetJohn UCLA finished the regular

considered for the state tourney, he first, in past years, had night "'-,'x: i.:<,,"', ette.s. Wooden of UCLA, Dave Strack season with the ranking of the

to be picked by coaches to work a group meet in his own ;'t The Orange and Blue battle nation's No. 1 college basket-

area. This meant that all officials winding up in the state Passport won the popular J ? rd' winds up 20 practice sessions for I ball team. Michigan was sec-

classic got initial approval from coaches to start with. Knock Down and Out, Jumpers i the UF gridders. Graves said Ira Barge :ond and Duke third. Kansas

Open, Working Hunter and f' much has been accomplishedthis State, which had to upset Wich-
Eliminates PoliticsThere Working Hunter Open for four : flock of I I
I' \. spring with a new- II I ita in the Midwest regionals to

firsts. The horse also was fourth g ,d comers forcing veterans to bat- WorryingBradley :gain the semifinals, was un-

has been some "politics" in past years in selectionof in Green Working Hunter Open .1 ., 4 tle for positions all the way. ranked.

group officials. Sometimes several members of a conference class. I 7' kr f x 4 Sidelights tomorrow night will "Since we're playing in our

are in the same group and by pooling votes, can pick Double wins went to Jirii, : f include presentation at halftimeof I area, it figures that we're gong

the particular official they want. Some schools registered which w' awards to Most ImprovedBack I to have a lot of Kansas
fine Arabian mount was
protests and so in 1965 the FHSAA will officials for and Most Improved Line
designate best in Arabian Pleasure and NEW YORK (AP-New) Mex"co's State supporters on hand," Winter -
the group meet. man for spring drills. The new
I Ira observed. "And there
Arabian Costume. Gigi Gustafson of Florida also Harge, at 6-foot-8 and maybe
Miss University
Lay reported that some spectators, coaches and interested was the rider for Triangle will be introduced. 203 pounds, presents a formidable -,' an advantage in playing

persons have commended the officiating in this year's tour Farm of Haines City. Another 4- barrier between Bradley here. We play here three times

ney as being of top caliber. And, of course, there were some double victor was Honey Locust and its third National Invitation each year and our boys like to
who didn't Tournament basketball cham- play in Kansas City Maybe
approve.In in Working Stock Horses 4 : Auburn Gets
those
pionship.To are advantages. If they
Jane
and Western Pleasure.
truth, basketball Is supposed to be a non-contact game. are, we'll take 'em. We need

And if the officials did blow the whistle everytime contactis Sands of Ocala'0 was the rider. First Test hear Bradley personneltalk all the help we can get." ,i

made, a 32-minute high school game would run three Walking Horses removing Harge is tougher Kansas State, beaten 78-75 by !

hours at least. Walking horse honors were TOMBSTONE'S DELIGHT TOPS WALKING HORSES than getting rid of dandruff. semifinal opponent UCLA in the

captured by the well regardSusan Shaw' presents blue ribbon to ridered Of SeasonBy The New Mexico senior was regular season, has won 13
Maybe it's just personal here. Never have liked whistles.
animals from
R. D. Keene Preach Fleming. the object of everyone's admir- straight. It features a zone defense
They play heck with the hearing aid, know.
you
Shadow at Midnightwas
Orlando.
ation built around 7-foot
following the NIT semifi- Roger
'OK, Floyd. We'll compromise. Your officials can whistle in best in Junior Walking Hor- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
nals Suttner and the and
Thursday night in which scoring
the basketball games. We'll save ours for Tuesday Weld and Auburn
and Tombstone's Delightled Defending champion
ses the Lobos pressed their rebounding of Willie Murrell.
the bikini. Florida Puts way
baseball test
gets its first 1964
the
twoyearolds.Stepping
past NYU 72-65 and Bradley i Wooden discounted any pres-
Stone, a winner in from a Southeastern Conference rambled over Army 67-52.; sures that may have been built

previous Gainesville shows, top- opponent today as Vanderbilt Fourth-seeded New Mexico and up in an undefeated season and

Ferraris SebringPickSEBRING ped Five-Gaited class last Lead LineFlorida takes on the Plainsmen. second-seeded Bradley clash I the No. 1 ranking, but admitted

night. The horse is owned by on Eight other SEC teams swing Saturday afternoon for the title.I "we were fortunate to get

1 Pineview Stables of St. Peters- into action in the busiest base- through the regionals. There
"I don't
think
(AP) If one Ferrari As a warmup for the expected ball day thus far. anyone can
letdown after
burg. was a finishingthe
doesn't do it, another one crowd of 50,000 and there' puts its Eastern Div- Georgia The Red and Blackprobably handle Harge, Bradley Coach
up, i I The Snively Stables of Winter Auburn stands 2-0 this season, Chuck Orsborn regular season. I don't thinkit
will. That's the the script at 250 kilometer ision baseball lead the line will counter with I said flatly. "At
way was a international on
-I Haven picked up a first in Five- defeating Huntingdon College of least I haven't will happen here, but it's pos-
Jebring reads, and it's a famil- stock car race and a pair of I Gaited Novice class with at 3 p.m. at Perry Charles Bagby and Bob Cainor I Montgomery 10-0( ) and 105.( Van- handle him." seen anyone sible.

ar theme. motorcycle raoes today. Stonewall's Giant. Field in the first of a two-game George Frady in the series: dy lost its opening game at The mighty Bruins have a
thorn to the
John Surtees of England and I The Victor Comptometer Com- Southeastern Conference series Gators Bagby last was a as he hit a Florida 64. Levern Tart, the Braves' top blistering running attack, featuring

Lorenzo Bandini of Italy will Two MeetsI pany's pony hitch team put with Georgia. 9th-inning homer year that tied Other games include Tulaneat scorer, called the Detroit resi- the backcourt pair of
up Louisiana State Alabama at dent "a whale of Walt Hazzard and Gail Good-
tart in the lead position with on exhibitions at both shows The Bulldogs split two the game, setting the stage fora a player,

:heir Ferrari when the 12-hour For 'CanesGainesville yesterday and will perform at games with Kentucky last Tues- Bulldog win in extra inn- Mississippi State, Georgia at adding: rich and a disturbing zone

Sebring endurance race goes off both shows today again tomor- day and virtually need a sweepof ings. Florida, Tennessee at Florida "He jumps out of the gym. press. They're the shortest

it10: a.m. (est) Saturday.The row. the tomorrow and Saturday State, and Kentucky against He's a demon on defense. You team in the tourney, with no
starters will
Georgia likely
I Carson Newman of Jefferson starter 6-foot-5.
-
I over
don't make
High School's
Trick MuleIn encounters with the Gators to many lay ups
next four positions also track team is down for two II ,be John Walker, catcher; Bag- City, Tenn., in a round rob- against him." Duke was shaken up a bit
: Andrews
addition Jack maintain their title chances.
to Italian-made Ferraris by, first base when not pitching
belong meets today and tomorrow. The in tournament at Ft. Stewart, Joe Strawder at 6-foot-9 when its charter plane skiddedoff
and trick mule Snowball will Last the Bulldogs upset the
year Carroll Minick second
h the hands of equally skilled ; ,
Ga. rain-slick aft-
'Cane a just
and renowned international driv- runners will compete in' give their show tomorrow and the UF in the opening SEC I base; LeRoy Mann, shortstop only Bradley player of comparable runway
the Kansas
the annual Fletcher High School I I the Alachua Co. mounted pos- game of the season and Flor- ; Tom Reid, third base .height, said Harge is "one er landing at City
;
ers.That relays today in Jacksonville and 25 will ida never recovered. Von Cile Ketch of the greatest Ive seen in col Airport. There were no injuriesand
just about shuts out the in the Stetson se some strong, preslent Larry Thompson, left field; less than an hour later the
Mainland "
Relays
-
Ford-powered Cobras, barring a an exhibition. Coach Dave Fuller probablywill ,Mike Pickett, center field; and lege. It will be Strawder's job team was taking in a
part
at DeLand
ash of mechanical trouble that tomorrow.The I The local show is co sponsored use his aces, Danny Egg- I Hank Stelljes, right field. Leads GqjfersKEYSTONE I to guard Harge, but he's not closed workout at Municipal

!would be unusual in the time- FIe t cher meet is strict- by the Alachua Co. Rid- art and Jim Biggart, against Minick led Georgia in hitting sure how he'll do it. Auditorium.

:jested Ferraris. ly a relay event while the eventat ing Horse Association and the last year with a .333 mark. HEIGHTS Von :' "I guess the best thing to try "There's no reason it should
Francis
Meets
Surtees drove the 5.2-mile con- DeLand is a combination of Gainesville High School Activities The Gators will probably Cile Ketch posted a low gross and do is keep him from gettingthe have any effect," Bubas said.
"
rete and asphalt course in dividual reaces and relays.P. I Association. Proceeds to have Dave Porter, catcher; score of 89 yesterday to lead ball, he commented. "No one was hurt. We just

1:04.2: for an average of 101.63piles K. Yonge and Starke both the GHS group for purchase of Kincaid Today Tom Shannon, first base; Ron women in IJ-hole play at the Harge's 17 points weren't skidded off the runway.

an hour Thursday beatingthe are'taking part in the Stetson- school equipment. Creese, second base; Randy I Keystone Country Club. Vesta high for New Mexico, but he The ACC champs, like UCLA,

lap record he set a year ago Mainland meet tomorrow. The Gainesville show is partof ST..AUGUSTINE (APFrancis Morcroft, shortstop; Earl Mont-, Aiken had low net with a 70. I missed seven minutes of the offer a fast-break offense and

It 3:11.4. Other track events on tap include the Orange State Horse Show Francis of Nassau meets gomery, third base; and Jim first half and had to play cau, have good rebounding in a cou-

The five fastest Ferraris all a dual meet between Circuit Association. Joe Kincaid of Daytona Beachin Duncan, Jim Elliott and Bill In 9-hole play, Lucille Starnes -tiously in the second half because ple of 6-foot-10 operatives Jay

broke the old mark. i North Marion and Lake Weir at today's ,final match play Blomgren in the outfield. was low gross winner witha of personal fouls. On defense .. Buckley and Hack Tison. Back-

The sixth starting position is Summerfield at 6 p.m. tomor round for the Ponce de Leon Saturday's game will startat 56 and Velma Menzen took he blocked a number of f court ace Jeff Mullins is the

held by a Ford Cobra. row. Golf Championship. 2 p.m. low net laurels with a 38. shots and generally got inNYU's I team quarterback and top scor-

way. er with a 24.4 average.



'Ii.F Results in First Two Sessions of Horse Show l j i CHAIN LINK



Thursday Nights Results by MI-Ca-Te Stables ridden by Arthur B. Perry driven by J. B. 'P rry. I ridden by Charles Smith; '4. My Party owned by Lazy K-$ Ranch ridden by Annie S, owned by Waverty Farm, ridden -
Jumpers- Open Stafford; 2. Junior Achievement, Walking Hr -Geldings Doll. owned by Meyers Trading Mike Kelly; 5. Big! John owned by by Butch Gore. L HURRICANE
1. Passport owned by W a v e rly owned by R. A. Settlemlre. riddenby and Stallions Post.. ridden by Claude Alexander; Surfside Stables ridden by Bonnie Working Heater .
firms, ridden by Butch Gore; 2. Mr. Claude Alexander; 3. Camelot 1. Mi Tennessee Stud. owned by R. 5. Tallahassee 7000 owned by Charles Jean Smith. 1. Passport. owned by Waver 11 .
Calahan. owned by Cloverleaf Ranch. owned by Cinpee Westergaard. riddenby I D._ Keene. ridden by Preach Fleming Knott ridden by Dewey Henderson. Three-Gaited Horses. Novice Farm ridden by Butch Gore; 2. Galloping
ildden by Marty Loa v; 3. Do"n a. Roy Eleeman; 4. Beautiful Betty 2. Merry Motion Maker. owned by Walter Arabian Pleasure 1. Foxy Red, owned by Pineview\ Hill owned by Waverty Farm; a r ,
caned by J. C. Pendray. ridden by owned by J. B. Perry. ridden by Bill Peterson. ridden by Wink Groove; 1. JirlU owned by Triangle Ranch. Stables. ridden by Charles Glenn; 2. ridden by Butch Gore; X War Balance FENCE
Edward Pendr.y.FIY.ci.ItH. Becker; J, Extra Assignment owned 3. Night Shade. owned by Or. Wrr ridden by Gig Gustafson; 2. CatereiL Little Fiddle. owned by Mr. and Mrs. owned and ridden ,by Jane Hart.
Horses-Junior by J. A. Snively. Jr., ridden by Jones ridden by Horace Young; .. Sfw- owned by Cloverleaf Ranch ridden by J. A. Snively. ridden by Charles Jenkins The schedule: .
1. Secret Senorita. owned by Ran John Brownlee. dow"s Rover. owned by C.' E. Bradshaw. Chris DeMayo; 3. Ftorabt Mirduhki. ; 3. Nite Blaze owned by Dr. Lewis I Temernw 11 L.... And
loiph Farms ridden by Charles Smith: I Roadsters,.. Class ridden\ by H. S. MacDonald; 5, The Replica owned by Snow Martin $'.. ridden by T. Corum ridden by Molly Corum; Lead LineEquitation1S Protect
I Tallahassee 7000. owned by Charles 1. Blythe Jaguar. owned and drivenby owned by J. F. Diehl ridden by Christy Hanahan. 4. Fair Tip. owned by Randolph and under BeautifyYour i
(itott, ridden by Dewey Henderson. John A. Snively Jr.; 2. Cherry Charles Cowell. Jr.; .. Big Man's Hill Fine Harness Horses Open Farms ridden by Charles Smltf5.. walk-trot Equitation
Arabia Native Costume Worthy. owned ,by L. Frank Roper Topper, owned and ridden by Burton 1. Sir Victor Gould. owned and drI- Louise Be Mine owned and ridden by Non-blue Saddle Seat Home !
1.< Jlrll. owned by Triangle Ranch driven by Paul Smith; 3. Lady Sunshine Wombe. ven by J. Howard Gould; 2. Spice- Saress Harrison. English Pleasure-natural trails NOW
widen by Gigs Gustafson; 2. Ftorabiaftlrdunkl. owned and driven by Harold Ftvo-GaBoJ Celebes o4StaltioM wood Highland Heather owned by Bin Walking Horses Ladies Stock Seat Equitation
owned by Snow Martin. $'.. Sherrill; 4, Red Devil owned and I Open Class Maclnnis. driven by Ray Fleeman; X 1. Shadow's Lady, owned and ridden Hunter Seat Equitation
ttden by Christy Hanahan; X Clareil. driven by Tom TurnbulL 1. Stepping Stone- owned by Pino- Golden HI Jacks owned and driven by by Betty Keene Lundberg; 2. May Trail Class _
Sned by Cloverleaf Ranch ridden by Five-Called Hones Marts-Ope. view Stable. ridden by Charles Glenn Harold SherrUU Madness. owned by Randolph Farms' 1:. ,.... i
Jhrto_ De Mayo. Class 2. World's Apart owned by Ralph SirOM' ridden by Mrs. Paul Randolph. Costume ClassEquitation
1. Call Me Madam owned by Will- ridden by Louise Moore; X Stock Hones. Open JUMPERS Junior Championship 3f,f
P..JM.-.Op lam Madness ridden by Roy F I e e- Fleet CommandMoody. owned by W. H. 1. Honey Locust. owned and ridden Working Hunter. Open Appaloosa Western Pleasure
I Golden Venture. owned by Elinor man; 2. Radiant Gloria owned and ridden by CaJude Alexander; by Jane Sands; 2. Prince. owned by 1. Passport, owned by Waver ty Five Gaited Juvenile I
)aniels. Coheteyowned Degenhaitlt; ridden by Kay Harmon.Walking Final Appeal owned by Randolph Cloverleaf Ranch ridden by Marty .Farm. ridden by Butch Gore; 2. Galloping Pleasure Members ACRHA
L El Oro by Mrs. Judy Her'Ift-J.. Farns. ridden by Charles Smith; 5. Losey; 3. Mo. owned ,by J. C. Pen- I Hill I owned by Waverty Farm Fine Harness Pony Championship FREE Information & Estimates I
twens. ridden by Terri! Chrlstoffers; 1. Shadow At Midnight. owned by R. The King Bee. owned by Lakeview dray. Williston. ridden by Edward ridden by Butch Gore; X War Balance Barrel Race
t La Rachete Dor, owned by Clayton D. Keene ridden by Preach Fleming Stables, ridden. by Saress Harrison. Pendray; 4. Tonka Blue owned by owned and ridden by Jane Hart. Walking Horse Juvenile See Our Quality Get Our Price '
_%s. ridden by Gall Christofters; ; 2. Snips Return owned by Spencer Jumpers and ridden by Tex Bednorz; 5. Sirkel.. Greg Working Hunter COM Pony Roadster Championship Before You Decide Immediate Installation
1 Gold Starlight. owned by Mrs. Ruth Walker ridden by Wink Groove 1. Passport. owned by 'Waverty' owned and ridden by Jewell Grtrfen. 1. The Porter. owned by Waverty Stock Horse ChampionshipThree I
t Biaka ridden by Barbara Bbhme.irid. er. Farm ridden by Butch Gore; 2. Mr. Walking Horses Years Old Farm. ridden by Butch Gore; 2 Sonic Gaited Juvenile
.. owned by Sam Taylor ridden Tkra-GsI.4 Morses Under 111 Calahan, owned by Cloverleaf Ranch.ridden X Tombstone's. Delight, owned by Boom. owned by Waverty Farm English Pleasure Championship NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To Pay i iI
tf Gussle Taylor. ... 1. Last Minute Love owned and ridden by Marty Losey;. 2. Rlngo. owned R. D. Keene. ridden by Preach Fleming Three Gaited Pony Stake
Walking Morses-Mare* Open by Cathy Etheredge; 2. Special. CrFarrell 3. '
Request and ridden by Mike ; ; X Jubilee's Go Boy Gayan Western Pleasure Championship
1. Go Bolts Honey Dew owned by owned by Myers Trading Post. Donna owned and ridden by Edward. KeJiy & ,Son, ridden .bworate Jumper Stake
Miece Williamson sridden. owhned Wink Inc. ridden by Brenda Myers; 3, .Pendray;, 4. Sirkel owned by Young; 3, Ramblers Son Bandit denby Waverty Farm ridden by Butch Jumper Championship I I PHONE 3725333SAUNDERS I
troover srber. Cherry Kalarama Sweet Song owned by Susan Jewell Griffin, ridden .by Sherry owned C E. Bradshaw ridden by H. Gore; 5. Le Corsican owned by Waver 1:. p.R. I ;
: A. ridden by Bob Adams ridden by Roy Fleeman. Glasscock. J. McDonald; 4, Hills Merry Go Boy. ly Farm. ridden by Butch Gore. Fine Harness Championship
i" Sue's_Perfection. Hit by C. E. Horsemanship. 17 and voder local Attomooa/s Resells owned by Mrs. C.,A.- Harbor and Mrs. Green Working Heater Equitation Senior Championship I
iradsnaw, ridden by S. MacDon- 1. Susan Cannon; 2. Charlotte FivoaHed Horses Novice Bob Cherry.,'ridden by Bob Cherry. 1, Son.c; Boom owned by Waverly Three Gaited Amateur.... OIL CO. I
04a4. Colonel Love Lady owned Wright; 3. Susan Degenhardt; .. Sharon 1, Stonewall's Giant.owned by_ Mr. Pleasure water, U and over Farm ridden by Butch Gore; 2. THe Walking Horse Amateur Stake I
md ridden by Jerry_ Armstrong; 5. Lauter. and Mrs. J. A. Snively. ridden by ,1, Honey Locust. owned and ridden Porter owned by Waverly Farm i- Five Gaited Amateur Stake
tun's Iris owned by J. f. Dlehl rldMI Fine H.rMU-lI4Iies Charles ,Jenkins; XThe King Bee by,Jane Sands; 2. Mo. owned 'by J.' den by Butch Gore; 3. Goya Girt. ownedby Three Gaited Championship
.toy Charles Coweil Jr. 1. Mr. Cypress Gardens owned by owned by Lakeview Stables ridden f, Pendray, ridden by Edward Pen Ooverlead Ranch ridden by MartvLosey Roadster Championship 814 N.W. 4th St.
Tkree-Oatted Morse* over 15.21i J. A. Snively. Jr.. driven by Susan by Saress Harrison; 3.' Par Excellent dray; 3. Minnie Wins. owned and ; 4. ,Le Corsican.. owned by Wav Walking Horse Championship _
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1t 1 L Ricky Turner ), 9rY'w nn


1 COCOA, Fla. (AP-As Walter fast conversation., "They just did bring him up as many led the winter league with 12
Named Area'sPlayer Bond tells it, the Houston kept me in the minors. I hit times. But when a man is 6- homers. These totals looked \
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Colts liberated him from an .300 every year but they kept feet- weighs 240 pounds and is good to Houston General Manager jll
1 enemy camp when they purr sending me back. Other guys angry, to boot, you just listen. Paul Richards and the j l' '
// chased his contract from the hit .270 and .280 and were 12 Games Colts purchased the 26-year-old \\

/ of Year Cleveland Indians last winter. brought up but me, I just sat "They brought me up to Tennesseean conditionally.

/ Eyes flashing in anger, lips in the minors. They figured a Cleveland for 12 games in September -,
I dripping with words of bitter' big,guy like me should hit 40 to of 1962," Bond recalled.i VF Frosli

1: By NIS NISSEN ness, Bond recounted what he 50 homers to deserve a shot in "I hit .380 with six homers and

I Assistant Sports Editor called his secen years of cap- the majors." 17 runs batted in. Everybody's Nine WinsFlorida's
tivity as an Indian farmhand. The record book shows that haPPY The manager tells me
He was called "a great all-around ball player" by I'm; their
"They never gave me a Bond topped the .300 mark only right fielder for 1963.
his coach, and the statement was echoed by opponents. chance," he'related, at a break- three times and that the Indians They keep telling me that all f r e shmen pushedover
throughout the just concluded basketball season. winter. a run in the bottom of the
He scored more than 20 points FsF ninth to nip St. Johns River June

-. per game, although shooting He started as a manager ,In Chamberlain Again Leads "Comes spring training, they ior College of Palatka 3-2 yes-
only when the situation called junior j high and worked diligenty o got another guy in right field. terday in a baseball game at

for it, and sparkled with his J to achieve his present ability. 'We just want to give every Perry Field.Outfielder.
4. NBA Scorers With 36.9 g. body a chance they tell me. A
passing and ball handling. "Ricky used to stay and pray Jim Fraser collected .
That's Ricky Turner, Cedar tice I after the team had finish- week before opening day. thev two of the four hits the

: Key's senior guard, who has I ed," Brummitt said. "His hard NEW YORK (AP) Wilt ished second to Chamberlain in buy another guy and put him' in l Baby Gators managed. Catcher

been named the player of the 1 work and tremendous determi- Chamberlain, the Big Dipper of the scoring race with 2,480 right field. 'Don't worry, they Ed Gross had a double.

: year in the area by the Sun. nation made him a fine ball the San Francisco Warriors, 'points for an average of 31.4 in fielder.tell; me, 'you're still the right' The UF yearlings play Mana-
We want to
42 Points J player." .s* won the individual scoring ,79 games. Veteran Bob Pettit of what this fellow just has. see tee Junior College in Bradentonat
Turner led Cedar Key to a xea championship of the National the St. Louis Hawks was third 7:30 tonight and again at 1:30
sparkling 22-2 record and set a Brummitt continued: "He's a basketball Association for the :with 27.4<< followed by Walt Bel- "Three weeks later I'm in p.m. tomorrow. The win yester

school record with 42 points in .good assist man, not a ball hog, fifth straight year, but with his lamy of the Baltimore Bullmetsat Jacksonville. Never even got to day lifted the freshmen recordto
one game. His lowest output was :and also a great playmaker and lowest average ever-36.9 pointsper 27.0 and Jerry West of the bat once. Other clubs wanted to 5-4 for the season.St .
13 points in the final contest. ban handler. He knows the fundamentals game. Los Angeles Lakers at 28.7. buy me but they refused. They Johns 000 020 000-256
Pressing Turner for the honor I and is smart enoughto West's is higher thanPettit's want me to play for them in UF Frosh 001 000 011-342
average
1 use them." Official statistics released today the minors." Moroski, Newbold and Allen;
Bennett of Cross he
Dennis and Bellamy's since
were Holton Browning of Trenton Ricky came to Cedar Key for the 80-game regular in 72 He is! Bond batted .276 at Jacksonville Adams, Bryan ((4)), Smith ((4)),
City, played only games.
:seven from t season that ended Wednesday but hammered 25 homers.He Wovefolk (9) and Collins, ,I
of Gainesville years ago Georgiaand I
Nutt however since his:
fifth
Terry placed ,
night show the 7-foot-l former hit .352 in Puerto Rico and Gross.improved.
was a member of the
of Lake var- .
and Jimmy Thomas : y less than Pettit's -
: 2,064 points are
Kansas All-America scored 2-,
for ;
Butler. sity three years. He also
and 2,159.
Bellamy's
2,190
"Ricky has plenty of sense was an All Area selection his 948 points on 1,204 field goals the full
The latter: two played
and throws for his 36.9
540 free
and can do almost anything you .J unior season, averaging 18 80 games.

want him to," said Shark coach points a game. ,.. t "x average. proved
Ron Brummitt. "He's level JC Offers These figures compare with Tee Off Today
headed and is easy to coach. The jump shooting lefthander : .: his 44.8 average on 3,586 points
But, it was a long, hard roadto has received a full scholarship B last season and the all-time PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP-

stardom for the 5-foot-10 ace. offer from York, Neb., Junior NBA record of 50.4 on 4,029 Ninety women golfers were to

College and appears head- points that he set in 1962. He tee off today after rain and \
ed in that direction. played in 80 games both of lightning forced a one day post-

Nine The assistant varsity coach at. these seasons. ponement in the start of the 72- 'N.tC : ate v iA
GHS 7h
York, effective in the fall, will d Oscar Robertson, the Big 0 hole Western Open Golf Tourna

be Paul Touchton, former Jack- of the Cincinnati Royals, fin- ment.STIAUHT +

Faces Two sonville Landon High School C )

standout. ; ::1 jt4\ if.: f.t.t l
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Ricky also has received schol- <.,w-4".1i.m t:".. .. ....., ..: ,. 't...::.w"'-''''>'''''' :t..<:-....: *, J
Strong Foes arship offers from several other RICKY TURNER IN ACTION

junior colleges. Two Trenton defenders couldn't stop him

Gainesville High School, 0-2 k\A

for the season, will play at Day- a .:
.. tona Beach Mainland at 4 p.m. National Traffic Make
today and will host Live Oak at ,
7:30 tomorrow night at Harris The one on top It a world famous Ugtnd.

Field in baseball encounters. The one below It It tht tarn legend rtdcslgntd Into tn all new ttttlon
Stakes Debuts Tomorrow wagon.It .
Coach Wesley Dicks probablywill
has the deluxe Interior appointment and comfortable ride of a tint
use John Combs today passenger car carries six big adults plus more luggage and equip.
against the Bucs. ment than you can Imagine. It't powered by America's only automotive ..,
ORLO ROBERTSON Handicap and bowing to Mongoin purse of $117,100 with $77,100 going overhead cam engine the high torque Tornado OHC...offer optional
GHS has bowed to Jackson. Associated Press Sports Writer the John B. Campbell at Bowie to the winner.At IIIt ll 11 extras such as automatic transmission Independent front suspension,'
ville Lee and Live Oak in two is top weight under 125 power ttetrlng and power braktt. But the all new Wagonttr It really a
N. Webster's where 3- Jeep vehicle at heart.
to date. Reginald one- Aqueduct, seven
games pounds. He'll be ridden by Bill
The 'Canes probably will go two punch of National and Traf- Shoemaker. year-olds clashed in the six-fur ..In the best of taste I The 'Jeep Wagoneer goes up steep hills over rough rugged terrain
with Ricky Guenther, catcher; fic make their 1964 stakes debut longs of the $25,000-added Swift and through snow and mud that leave other cars helpless. And around
Packs 124 slippery turns that cause flshtalllng and skidding. It hugs the road with
Ed Pavelka, first base; Brian Saturday in a race that could today, a field of eight was lined< ., aMIaICAa traditional 'Jeep' traction.
Hipp, second base; Pete Roberts well tell whether they'll be a serious Admiral Vic, piloted by Mickey -up for the Paumonok, also at six ; The big reason Is 4-wheeI "Drlvepower..* All four wheels art power
shortstop; Steve Leggett, third factor when the nation's Solomone packs up 124 and furlongs. Ahoy, with Howard < wheels" Instead of lust two. Take a demonstration drive soon. You've
base; Jack Eckdahl, left field; top 3-year-olds run in the Ken- Sunrise Flight, with Larry Grant handling the reins, is the -- = never driven a ear that can do the things this one can.

Jim Cui pepper, center field; tucky Derby May 2.N Adams up, packs 121. Gun Bow highweight and probable choice + e.rnsyasasreeonwseh. M-- Y.Y1-M KAISER Jeep CORPORATIONdiscover
and Lee Summerlin, right field.! showed that he is ready for the under 126 pounds.J. 4wheelDRIVepOWeR"o
National and Traffic bead '
Wayne Rick may get the start. a rich test by working fiveeighthsof M. Roebling's Black.Moun- P LL NEaV 'aEEP' '""GONEER
probable field of seven in thea'Governor's .. .
Ing nod for tomorrow night's a mile in 58 seconds Wednesday -tain, a prominent Kentucky Der- "Orlv pow r-U W gen r elation wagon' n w,
..
game with Live Oak. I Gold and galloping out the six by eligible, was the choice in Improved and .cl".I"wh..1 drive eyetim. ..
I II (sUpr .- furlongs in 1:113-5. A starting the Swift in which all carried lOOUOH watsatl.sitrrooPlUf "
Gold is of three '
The Cup one field of 12 would make a gross Derby weight of 126 pounds.
12 MeetsFor major races on Saturday's pro- AIIWCAlJi) riw Jllt tjL.II**.?**4w..It"tl **U.;s aia (&. Ridgway Motor Co.
gram. The others are the $100000added ,-
1132 S. Main St. Gainesville Florida '.
Gulfstream Park Han- Starke Hosts Santa Fe

ColtsREDDICK dicap featuring Gun Bow, Admiral r
Vic and Sunrise t
Flight !\ '
A half dozen and the $25,000-added Paumonok In Baseball Test TodaySTARKE f f
Handicap for sprinters at Aque- II f'r.
track meets are set for Coach \ \ .
Oscar Henandez' North Marion duct.Both National and Traffic The Bradford Co. :base, if he doesn't pitch; Mike /I

runners this season. Tornadoes were to host Santa Frick or Dale Crosby, second
victories
started the year with '
The Colts get under way tomorrow Last week at the Maryland track. Fe in a baseball contest at 4'base; Gary Bennet, second< -

with a dual meet in- National, sidelined last year be- p.m. today. base; Wayne McLeod, third ---

volving Lake Weir there at 6 fore he got a chance at the top :base and Greg Reddish,
The Tornadoes are 2-0 to i--;
p.m. ones won a six furlong race by 1 _
Mike Waters and
Cole (
Gary ,
.' Other meets scheduled: six lengths in 11215. Traffic, date while the Rebels lost their )

March 25, at P. K. Yonge; winner of last year's Hopeful at only game of the season. outfielders. -- -- C

April 1, Marion Co. meet at Saratoga and out of the money Santa Fe probably will use ( \\ e4O
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Either Mark .
Ocala April 3, at P. K. Yonge starts Hamilton or Em- -
; only five times in 16 Bud Riviere catcher John 9. ,
-
Relays; April 15, Suwannee Con- scored by IV lengths in a 1:12- mett Akridge will hurl for the ; t\.Ot.\Q y'y
Barron first base Fred Clark O
ference meet at Chiefland; April 3-5 clocking for the same dis Tornadoes while Santa Fe's ; i
18, at Lake Weir; April tance. hurler is uncertain. second base; Richard Johnson, ''

25, at Inverness; May 1, group Trainer Lucien Laurin is on shortstop; Warren Buck, third .lI.-/ _
C
Coach John Manning prob--base Randy Holloway, Jerry
meet at Gainesville; May 8, record that he believes National ;
state meet at Gainesville. may prove a better performerthan ably will go with Dwight Elder -Blanton and Jimmy Emerson, L'c :
catcher; Hamilton, first outfielders. .
Traffic when the distances I ,

Liz Elleman stretch out to such as the 1V .' .
miles of the Kentucky Derby. / \

Rolls 516 SetLiz The Webster pair will be arrayed --
against Chieftain, Bupers, e:
Elleman led the Chester's Ikyea, Royal Rascal and Shel r
Garage Coffee League at Palm drake. If seven start, the race a 1 I' See the all newRECREATION

Lanes yesterday with a 516 ser will gross $82,500 with $53,625.going 1
ies.Mary Kelly had 495 and Tess to the winner. I 1
,
Manaro 486. Mrs. Manaro had The Hi miles of the Gulf- / I 1

..... a 184 high game.Radiators stream 'Cap figures to attracta / SECTION
had a 1754 series field of between 10 and 14. 1
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and Plugs had a 621 high Gun Bow, winner of three ma- r SUNDAY
game. Fran Myers made the 2- jor stakes on the West Coast before beginning

10 split and Mrs. Kelly the 57. losing in the Santa Anita Vj v. in the Gainesville Sun's

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_? JIM BECKER The Dodgers, yet to lose, won for-four' against the New York first baseman Billy Haas hit a, Baltimore got homers by!
Associated Press.Sports Writer their third game, 5-4 against Yankees, and' made it 10 I
two-run homer in 5-0 Mets Dick Brown John
y a Powell and
t : "If Ray Washburn is sound, the Milwaukee Braves. The loss straight hits, too. The big bonus I
r old Branch Rickey has said, ended a four-game winning youngster is batting .786. victory. I Willie Kirkland in a 6-2 verdict I r

"the "Cardinals will win the pen- streak for the Braves. But the Yankees won .2-0, on Art Mahaffey and Gary Kroll I over Minnesota, and Cleveland I Mercury Trade Sales In-Serrice

nant. Willie Davis hit a double anda two first inning runs. Roger each struck out seven Washington scored eight runs in the first 1 :

... ,. > Washburn is the big, youngrightbander triple and Lee Walls had Maris drove in one, and scored batters, and Richie Allen inning and went on to a 17-10: 1037 S. MAIN ST.

who won his first three straight singles for the the other on a passed ball. and Bobby Wme homered in a success over the Boston Red
five games for St. Louis last Dodgers, who made 14 hits off First Appearance 3-1 Philadelphia triumph. Sox. FR 6.7 62g I

season, and then came down Warren Spahn, Tony Cloningerand
Nellie Fox made his first
:. with arm trouble. He never won' Phil Niekro. for Houston appearance Z, .L
againsthis
I another and spent most of the The Giants made their TAAKA XA&KA
rec- longtime Chicago White Sox
LunkerRed season in the minors.He .
r Big ord 10-1, as they made 15 runs mates, contributed a double anda VODKA VODKA
tested the
arm for the
for the second straight day. fielding gem, and the Colts
Miller proudly holds a 14-pound, 11-ounce first time Thursday against the This time they trimmed the Los finally won it in the 12th inning Your Mere dealer

lunker. Red and Morgan Jerigan (Manchester, Cincinnati Reds, and for a while Angeles Angels 15-12 and collected 1-0. Eddie Kasko drove

Tenn.) took 11 more keepers. They were fishing out the Cardinals looked like they 19 hits. Willie McCoveygot the winning run across .ae .cc "ie I invites toOmgor

of Orman's Jungle Den Fishing Camp on the St. were for going the to give the Mets a three and ran his hitting The New York Mets and the rAAK you
Johns River at Astor. (Photo courtesy of Ormand's run cellar. Washburn streak to 10 straight. He is bat. Philadelphia Phils received a
walked the first batter and then f..
Den.
Jungle ) gave up three straight hits and ting .520. good pitching victories. [ !

two runs. Bob Bailey, the expensive Carl Willey, Craig Andersonand 80 PROOF DISTILLED 80 PROOF DISTILLED .? .
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look up. Washburn struck'out iii I the 9.8 hp

four in a three-inning stint and

.. Leads at Doral St.ory.Louis went on to a 3-2 vie- BRAKES EXPERT SERVICE SPECIALS i i Mere 110



MIAMI, Fla. AP) Sam 'prize awaiting the winner Sun- record That for gave 5-1 the the Record Cardinals a 5-1 $1'9 FRONT END I withcompetitors'1 1I
spring exhibition .
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(nead, still booming his shots ay. .
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season. Two other
teams have
iff the tees at the age of 51, We'll remove front + .
One stroke better records, theLos $ L50
behind were Mike Angeles I
ed the year's strongest golf wheels, adjust brakes, repack
ield into the second round of 'Souchak, Dave Hill, Bob Shave Dodgers and the San Francisco front wheel bearings O

he $50,000 Doral Open Tourna- Jr., Bert Yancey, Joe Lopez Sand r. Cards Giants, who rank: with the check grease seals, '1 I iI i 9.5 hp

nent today. Ken Venturi. Ten others'were as preseason favorites add fluid and road test. We'll olign front end I
only two strokes off the for the National League pen I i
Racking up a four-under-par nant. correct camber, caster: fishingmotor

18.in the opening round despitelis pace. 6 MONTHS TO PAY and toe-in, check shocks, v I
usual putting difficulties, Snead, who plays in only a exhaust system and i,

Hammin' Sam staked a first- few tournaments but continues USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN ON SERVICE WORK grease seals.Change. ii I II

'ound claim on the $7,500 first to add substantially each year Ii I ii i I
'to one of golf's biggest bank Exhibition i

rolls, complained that he missed
YesterdaY's Results USED TIRES Overs I
five birdie
FSU MocsTake putts. New York N 5. Detroit 0
First Start New York A 2, Pittsburgh 0
St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 2 New DiscontinuedFactory Mere 110 is the lightest outboard .
This is his first start on the Baltimore 6. Minnesota 2 EVERY ONE INSPECTED BY OUR TIRE EXPERTS in the 10 hp class ever

Wins tour this year. The West Virginian .,, Los Philadelphia Angeles 3 N, Washington S. Milwaukee 1 4 REAL BARGAINS FOR SECOND i CARS Cr SPARES. BlemishUP built. Yet. it performs like a 12
started in only 12 out of Houston Cleveland 1, Chicago A 0. 12 Innings hp.trolls like a 3 hp and weighslike
17. Boston 10
43 tournaments in 1963, but still San Francisco 15, Los Angeles A 12 $ $$ TO a 5 hp outboard.
TIRES!
Cincinnati 8. Mexico City Tigers 8 tie
Dolphs Lose3y collected more than 28000. t Innings 3 UP No Trade Needed I Mere 110 balances perfectly on
The 7,028-yard Doral Country Cincinnati Tomorrow's Games 30% DISCOUNT TIRES the transom. You don't have to
Club "Blue Course;' called the, x-Houston vs.vs.Minnesota Pittsburgh lean over the back of the boatto
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Blue Monster" Los Angeles N vs. New York A clamp it on... risking the
Florida State and Florida by some pros, x-Milwaukee vs. Minnesota chance of falling in the drink.
gobbled two of New York N vs. Chicago A
;Southern defeated out-of-stat e up golf's Big Philadelphia. Washington Mere power plants are high
aseball Three, Arnold Palmer and Gary x-St. Louis vs. Kansas City GOOD/VEARlSERVICE enough to be at least as high as
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Thursday
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Player. the transom. Unlike competi
Jacksonville University lost the x-Chlcago N vs. San Francisco
Palmer, still looking for his x-San Francisco vs. Los Angeles A tive outboards, it keeps its
second game of its season Detroit vs. Baltimore
openng
power dry.
series against Tallahassee.Ken I first victory of 1964, finished in Boston vs. Cleveland 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-3537
Minnesota St. Louis Baltimore and
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a tie for 30th place after scram Mere 110 has a tilted power.
San Francisco
using divided
Huebern drove in three squads. I
Iing to a ,par 72 in a round that head that prevents fuel "pud-
tins to lead Southern to an 8-1 included double-bogey. dling"at any speed. It idles and
rectory over Valdosta, Ga. I trolls smoothly without flooding
Player, that the II
complaining I
I Hate College. Three Southern or misfiring on "raw" fuel. The
pitchers held Valdosta to three Doral course "is too exacting," THREE-WAY fixed-jet carburetor is on the
did even worse with a 73 after Front of the motor toward the

ills. hitting into a water trap to takea boat...not on the back. You

In Tallahassee, FSU utilized double-bogey seven on the WINNER DAYTONA BEACH don't have to get in the water
when normal service is
bur walks to grab three runs, eighth hole. required.

food enough for an 8-5 win over Jack Nicklaus shot a 70, although AT .... 1 Mere 110 has a unique Glide-
riemson. The South Carolina he said, "I didn't drive Angle design that lets it slide up

cam took an early lead on well, my iron shots were only and over unseen obstacles...

he homers of Ben fair, and putting terri .. .. .. over sandbars and through
Marsella and my was : :; v.; : : .:::.:. : :. shallows. No need to tilt it by
jeorge: Sutton, but Clemson ble." He three-putted four <:. .. hand.
a .. +:: .. .,. ; !' r: It corrects itself when you
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?pitcher Tom Chapman loaded greens. ::' sR: :tsf.:: :::a ::rs: .v G.y'4vyn;:, ; hit deep water again. There'sno
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Branford plow sand. It has no shear pins
three
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players
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Jacksonville rallied in the 9th, ,? ..yEygiwv'ayz: :> .r..yRt. '$" :ftti% :ix' : :: % k3:'s?..
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Joss a sweep of a two game. se- In ,wo ;i : propeller hub.. burying the

Wes, the opener for both schools. RelaysBRANFORD n, o ai t+:'u: fumes and with it the sound
With the bases loaded and one Kt far behind the boat. The exhaust

ut in the ninth, Tennessee's The Branford ... <':..+: o'?'srxeow.., :v.no..,s.".:;":4,::,.....;,xS: "rZ.v..ofw.;. ...::.d..wuf s.. ..:;.....::.:....,4, ..:.{.;...}::'. ::w.>....:': +.;'. .' :. :. ...' ..v1.rN.. : fills the vacuum pocket
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Ray Gaylor struck opt two Bucs won the annual Suwannee :r.:: %nur: : ;y ku% a'B 3: x s'+ ax.a'+ti f1 : 3$ : ;,.r,. M&h'.q.: 4.y.f. :q:;S f/, ,. %',d",5 f. e.'& w, propeller
hubs, in increased
Jacksonville Valley Relays yesterday with) ,, DA. .. ... resulting
players in a row, r 3l i: 2+ ;:.lee' =.f: .xcnrfciii rWw.i liilB:z'kmryifJy;!&: a:8. d'Y 'J.?'1 n1'Rnj : .J. thrust and improved breathingof
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jnding the ball game. Ronnie 8412 points to 58% for Chiefland. 'C r.:a' ',:ipi: a a te? : y 7 'e v eun at HAWES POWERS > : ,hL; :rrn 4o is''ras iFo'.J/1, ,1'.! .ab r n;;iijSp., : ';pg'y:Ndt.% the engine.
yrgwfi,2 fr A: 'Y" igin.
lark had a double for Jack Cross City finished third with] J
There are other featuresto

tonville.PKY. 51 with points 11.Lord. and Trenton fourth .,.H., a ,ry.., y.., znd vs y,?, ,;i x ,'" ,.: COMPARE many on a Merc 110.. .
R
and your Mercury dealer will be
of Cross City was a double j ..: : happy to have you make the
Seeks winner in the 100 yard dash comparison.See him soon. See

and the broad jump. Branford how you get more RUN for your
a' money with Mercury... 100.
won two of the three relay even
Second Win PAA 85.65. 50 35.20.9.8. 6 and 3.9
to accumulate its margin of victory
hp outboards and MerCruiser

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md baseball win of the seasonhen 100-yard dash !, Lord XC s.2.c Cor I PLYMOUTH BEATS -heater-Vinyl( trim. -light package-power brakes-seat belts variable speed
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Mile run 1. Barrs. B 2, Asbell C ALL COMPETITION
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h 30 tonight at Harris Field. 3. Edmonds. XCj 4. Samblin B; 5. control mirror-day/night mirror-undercoating 7.5 0x14 whitewall tires.
PKY topped Santa Fe earliern I Scortch. C 5:0..6I IN WINNINGTHE i
I 880-yard relay 1. Chiefland; 2. i
the week in its Branford 3. Cross City. 1:384
opener. I //0-yard dash *- ], Corbin, XC 2. DAYTONA 500
,Kelly B; 3. Humphries. B; 4. Fletcher. FOR ONLY 3285 PLUS TAX !
Coach Wilbur Hoskins plans B; 5. Durrance, C :54.5
o start Mac Johnson the 8BO-yard run 1, Hagln, B; 2, Beau- and TAGS I !
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nound tonight. Johnson will be 5. Fuquay. XC. 2:12.1 i
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Sprint medley relay 1, Branford :
making his debut as a Blue- 2, Cross City 3. Chiefland. 2:12.S I streaked I wa i a

Rave hurler. 220-yard,. B; 3.dash Andrews- 1., Key.C; 4,1.Till Scarborough C; 5, across Plymouths the finish line today PLYMOUTH in slock-'lil I M 31I 1 -: -

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Broad lump I. Lord. XC; 2. Lovett.
Tom Hansen, first base
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12 Gainesville Sun Friday, March 20, 1964


Space Program Gives Birth\. In The .1 Meet Mr. Zip [ISEE, by





To Domestic DiscoveriesBy Capitol : tr; 'T I It' 11 e.e. the SUN I

WASHINGTON (AP-In the ; r
HAROLD R. WILLIAMS when at lest 1-16 of an inch of The National Aeronautic and I]lews from Washington: 1'N ..
HOUSTON Tex. (APNot water is standing on the road- :Space Administration set up the'echnology ACCIDENT ROUNDUP | $1,000 damage was done to a
too long ago four small auto- way. I Utilization Programto JOHNSON LATINS: Latin- ; vacant store at 705 SW 2nd Ave.
mobiles plowed into the same It is the same as a motor boat transfer to the public any scientific .\merican diplomats are report- r Involved in accidents reported by a fire that was started by
Gainesville Police and thesheriff's
to
?
blockaded street during a light skimming the water at a high and technical results discovered I id to be taking a new look at 4 office the last 24 children playing with matches
speed. in the space effort 1 I heir: -countries' relations with 3 .. duirng according to firemen.At .
rain.Police said the 52 miles per i Scientists found out that cars which could be used by busi-1 I he United States as an aftermath t hours: 7:27 ajn. today, a false

hour traveled by the cars was with 25 pounds of pressure in ness and industry. of the Johnson adminis : .. .i Byron Brooks, CindnaUl, and alarm at 7th Avenue and 9th
too fast for the conditions. They the tires hydroplaned at 52 miles Each contractor doing business !- 'ration's: handling of the Panama I' t. 2 H. R. G r is walk, Colemont, Street.

were right, but there was alsoa per> hour. The drivers told police with NASA must agree as dispute last weekend. .' :. Tenn., at NW 23rd Boulevardand ALACHUA GENERAL
scientific reason that the police their cars wouldn't respondto part of the contract that any $ 13th Street at 5:20 a.m. Fri
The envoys are said to be March 18, 1964BIRTHS
didn't know brakes or steering the vehicles new techniques, discoveries or .'. .
concerned about these matters
A space scientist found the were out of control. patents found in the work belongto : ;r@ I I day.Frank
answer studying an entirely different They were right the cars' fires the government Johnson's decision Sunday Bozarth, 1215 NE 20th Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Burns,
problem.In were actually off the ground. These are then made publicby night to override the announcement Ave., and Junior Q. N. Riley, 807 Evanston, a daughter; Mr. and
another study during early John T. Wheeler, Manned NASA and open for use by by the Organization of NW 6th St., in the 3800 block of Mrs. Richard Parker, 2306 NE

space probes it was decided a Space craft Center Technology everybody.Some American States of a U.S.-Pan- NW 6th Street at 3:55 p.m. 8th Ave., a daughter; Mr. and
device was needed to tell the Utilization officer, said it was of the other discoveries amanian agreement. Thursday.Cecil Mrs. Robert Dampier, Worth-
.
Thor missile where the earth's a matter of physics. include a new type screw driver S t, Cox, 1514 NE 8th St., and ington, Fla., a son; Mr. and Mrs.
horizon was in relation to the II "The car's tires were just i with an arrow-shaped head that His interjections of the Pana- Patricia Gilligan, 1515 NE Robert Holton, 1003 NW 23 Blvd.,
rocket. skimming along the road with-:fits into a screw with a deep ma situation into his Alliancefor k 8th St., Ann.: a.m. Thursday.I; a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Willie

Space scientists developed a out enough pressure to grip the slot; a paint double-nozzle spray Progress speech at the Pan- r': Nattiel, Newberry, Fla., a
horizon sensor that worked on pavement. The tires were only gun that mixes white base with American Union here Monday.His James M. Ranow, Macon, Ga., daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel -

the principle of measuring temperature touching ground often enoughto color pigment after each leave swift departure from the t ; Alice Jo Olive, High Springs, Washington, LaCrosse, a
from the infrared radiation give the automobile a hydro the gun and before the paint hall In which he shook hands .'- \ and Harley Marshall, Ancaster, son; Mr. and Mrs. Roxert N.

rays given elf by the planing effect. hits the surface using only the with only several of the Latin II... t k '. Ontario, on S. R. 25 about 110 Burns, Rt 2, Box 194, Alachua,
earth, in comparison to the Scientists at Langley Re- amount needed to do the job ambassadors on hand.LatinAmerican ::, '>> feet south of NE 3rd Street at a daughter.

cooler sky. This measurementtold search Center, Va., found the and no left-over mixed paint. F't: ; t 5:55 p.m. Wednesday.Fire .

the missile where the earth answer quite by accident while Techniques in welding have sources said i. .'. Calls ADMITTEDMrs.
was at all times. they were studying aircraft skid revolutionzed the trade; better that at a White House reception f The steel industry jumped at, landings. i locks have been developed; fila Monday night the President "","'"*.' ., At 2:15 p.m. yesterday, a false Betty Mae Ferguson, Mrs. Lee

the device for developing a Their advice is the same as ment-wound plastics used in thumped the chest of more than f i vf S alarm at McGilvray Fish Campon Margaret Abbott, Mrs. Bonnie

better grade of steel at a great police have been giving for rocket casing can now reducethe I one member of the OAS mediation kt.; .,-.>} ..---.... ,.,&f k &>:.t:::,.A". "t.T"" ."+;;:>:':, ;-t: : I''.:"3..*ii--<&:';;' > I Newnan's Lake Road. Hjertqulst Mrs. Mildred Parker,
At 2:42 about
savings. years: "Slow down," especiallyin weight of a railroad tank commission with his fore- Assistant Postmaster Dell T. Jernigan introduced p.m. yesterday, Mrs. Evelyn Law. NathanielHill

These are but two of the many; a rain storm. car nine tons. finger and insisted that by its 5-year-old Carol Polk to Mr. Zip when the plywood Leo Frank Golden, Floren
discoveries made by space scientists Steel men found that the horizon An electrode for making electrocardiograms -action Sunday the commissionhad mailman was stationed in the lobby of the Post Of. ce Durrance, James R. Parker,
that have found application sensor could be used for of the heart confused the Panamanian fice to remind patrons of the importance of zip code Food Stamp Mrs. Lillian Bonnewitz, Donem-
in completely different measuring the diameter of hot while the subject is moving do- situation for the United States. numbers. ico Esposito, William L. Williamson

areas of use. steel rods traveling at 70 miles ing routine chores or even run- Mrs. Elizabeth Offen-
because hour around track is another Bill Cleared hauer, all of Gainesville; Mrs.
The car wrecks happened per out ef the mills. ning a ,
the vehicles' low pressure: The rods can be checked every discovery that doctors are hail- MISSILE TO EUROPE: The Zip Code Here To Stay Christine Nattiel, Newb e r ry,

tires reached a point at 52 miles, eight inches as it is being pro- ing as a great aid in the battle first battalion of Pershing bombardment For Action Mrs. Bertha Washington, LaCrosse .
per hour when the road was: duced, eliminating diifefS5! _s in against heart disease. missiles, which havea Mrs. Eleanor Burns,
pushing back at the same pressure size. Checks of the rods before Many more domestic uses are 400-mile range, will be sentto I Postmaster Pinnell Says Alachua, Mrs. Donna May Dampier .
causing the car to "hydro. the use of the sensor were made expected to be found as the American forces in Europe Hrro fork QJlmti Worthington; Mr. Guy

plane." manually at 3,000-foot intervals space program moves into high next month, the Defense Department A shoulder-high "Mr. zip" : Pinnell reminds local residents Howard, Archer; Mr. James J.
This condition only exists: and after the steel had cooled. gear, Wheeler said. announced Thursday.I greets patrons passing throughthe I that for all addresses served WASHINGTON The highly Hunter, Starke, Mr. Chalmer
Main Post Office lobby to by postmen and rural carriers controversial bill to establish a Bellflower, Mlcanopy, Mrs. Lillie .
--- ----- --- ------ ---- --
I The Pershing, which can be countrywide food stamp pro- Griffin, Dade City, Calvin J.
remind them to use their ZIP- and boxes at the Main
,fired will the cleared for floor action -Crews, Brooker Mrs. Hettie
rapidly, replace gram was ;
Code number as part of the return -Office the ZIP-Code number is
Sting of Nagging Tongues Redstone missile, one of the by the House Committeeon Hohns, Evanston, Mrs. MarchR.
address on all out-going 32601. Addresses on the University -
earliest battlefield missiles ca- Rules Thursday.A Livengood,. Evanston; Lilla
ZIP' is of Florida includ-
matter. 'Mr. a smiling, campus,
Haile Alachua.
Mae
pable of carrying a nuclear ,
blue-uniformed postman carved ing sororities on Panhellenic drive was started Immediately
Makes Lawns Grow March warhead. from playwood but appears to be Drive, and boxes at the University by the House farm bloc DISCHARGEDMrs.

hurrying along displaying a Station post office, the ZIP for similar clearance of the equally Effie A. Moore, Mrs.
correctly addressed letter for Code number is 32603. controversial Senate approved -Ruby Lee Kennard, Willis Holder

By HERVEY SHARPE requires more than wishful but will kill weeds and nema- CUTBACKS: The Navy disclosed all to see.Postmaster. Pinnell said local mailers may wheat-cotton subsidy Argo Everett, William D.
it is tentatively
Agricultural Extension Service thinking. First, remove the todes. Since the chemicals usedin Thursday to cut Paige Pin nell submit their out-of-town mailinglists bill, also pending before the Rose, Mrs. Mary Lee Green and

You don't have to be an expert -sticks, the stones and the neigh- the process are deadly, leta its planning 11 shipyards by employmentat as muchas said that the ZIP-Code programis to the local office where rules panel. daughter, James H. Paddock,

to grow a good lawn. Oftenit bors' dog bones. Next, rake the professional do this job for 6,000 workers by June 30, here to stay and in the near ZIP-Code numbers will be supplied The fate of the farm meas- John W. Hardison, Mrs. MurrayC.
Robinson Mrs. Willie F.
lot until it level future of its for each address at ,
is promotion
takes as much brawn as you. the end of the current fiscal use will no ure, agriculture spokesmen pre
Mrs. Lottie
Vaughn Bigham
brains. I. shower be intensified. Rarrangementsof charge. Those desiring the service ,
Following a heavy What to Plant dicted frankly, depends on the
I Julius C. Taylor, Richard L.Llt.
The usual prerequisite is mov- check the lawn site for standing There is no ideal grass. The year.More many Star Route schedulesare should call 372-4971. final decision of the food
tle J. Pickell Linda I.
Betty ,
ing into a nodownpaymenthouse puddles of water and, if needed, zoysias have won acclaim for than 85,000 civilians are being worked out in each Individual patrons are urgedto stamp legislation. A contest had I Goldman Will Brown.
that sits on a bare, sandy fill in the low spots before plant- texture, but require much care now employed at the Navy- Postal Region, floor space studied include the ZIP-Code numberin developed between members ;

lot.March ing. For better looks and for and good soil. Centipede is owned yards. .... in each Sectional Center of- the return address of every from metropolitan areas who
according studentsof drainage, slope the earth away "poor man's" grass that does fice, and cases redesigned and article mailed away, whether it support the stamp program, a Sex Deviate
human nature, is the month from the house. well on sandy soil with little relabeled to further implementthe Is directed to another individual, phase of President Johnson'swar
for lawns. They say that the On sandy soil add three cubic fertilizer and few mowings. I FLIERS: The Soviet Union program. publisher, or business firm. Also on poverty, and members
sting of wind-blown sand plus yards of organic matter per St. Augustine rates good, buts apparently rebuffed another Recently 56 postmasters from they should record ZIP-Code from farm sections. It could Study Draws
the sting of a nagging tongue 1,000 square feet of.lawn area. ravaged by chinch bugs. Common U.S. .effort Thursday to gain nearby offices attended a daylong numbers as they are receivedon be resolved, it was indicated
causes the seasonal surge in This will Insure good grass bermuda is fine-textured, freedom for three American meeting here conducted by any matter from all sources generally by a trading of votesto

grass planting. growth. Peat or composted ma- tolerates salt spray, but requires airmen shot down over East Lu Shields, ZIP-Code Coordinator -for use when it is necessary to an extent of carrying both New Fire
Regardless of the domestic terial will be fine. Mix the material fertilizer. The bahia grasses Germany. for the Atlanta Region. correspond again. measures to passage.
reasons, University of Florida into the soil. A rented form a loose turf that takes constant -
turf men recommend spring rototiller will ,do the job in a mowing to keep seed stalks Secretary of State Dean Rusk But when either bill would : TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov.
called in Soviet Farris Bryant and Atty. Gen.
Ambassador
planting to insure a green car- hurry. down.A[ actually reach floor consideration -
pet by fall.Establishing. : The next step may be soil new grass is Floratine St. Anatoly F. Dobrynin to renew, De Gaulle Is New was left uncertain. The James W. Kynes have taken
an urban pasture sterilization. It isn't essential I Augustine. It was developed by as the State Department put it stamp bill Is due there first stands against general distribu-
_"our insistence the returnof tion of the much-criticized report -
on to Rev. Ho-
the Florida Agricultural Expert and it is largely up
the fliers." They parachutedafter Smith of Virginia on homosexuality by the
ment Stations and released recently ward W. ,
New AAUP President to commercial nursery- their RB66 jet reconnais- Hero to LatinsBy chairman of the Rules Committee Legislative Investigations Com
mittee.
sance plane was downed by the to
men. It's available now from a foe of the measure,
most turf growers. Russians March 10. take the next step. The governor told his news

Tells of Faculty GoalsDr. Floratine is a blue-green, Dobrynin our request"was," said not responsiveto State Department ARY MOLEONWASHINGTON that country is, important Smith has three legislativedays conference Thursday that he

close-growing type that covers officer Richard enough for him to come from in which to file his corn- questioned widespread distribution -
AP Virtually
( ) -
Cecil Smith, professor of t welfth year on the faculty of I the ground rapidly and formsan I. Phillips.press all the Latin-American Paris to visit," was the way one mittee's clearance rule and a of the 44-page pamphlet but

agricultural economics, was elected -1 he University of Florida. Prior excellent sod. Four-year tests countries would welcome a visit Latin-American diplomat put It. week more to call it up for formal did not question the good motives -
president of the local chapter I show that it's superior in weed of the committee that drewit
j[o his coming here House approval. Legislative -
he
taught; and disease resistance. by France's President Charles While questions have arisen
of the American Association ,at Virginia Polytechnic Insti- Planting Milk Price :de! Gaulle, a survey of the Lat- over U.S. policy toward Latin days will not start until up.
of University Porfessors yester j ute. His Ph.D. is from the University Monday as the House adjourned -
He Dr. Methods of planting are sod,I in American embassies here America, De Gaulle has invited The attorney general's statement
day. replaces Seymour
of California at Berk-- showed today.In Latin America in simple termsto Thurdsay until then. was stronger. He said the
Block, professor of physics, and sprig, plug and seed. Sod is the: DueTAMPA
will serve for two years. I ley.Mrs. answer to an immediate.ground Fight fact, some of the American join France "hand in hand" Meanwhile, Agriculture Department -report contained pictorial exhibits

"We would like to continue to Margaret Knox Goggin, cover. Grass plugs cover about republics seem to regard such toward a world undergoing a'complete spokesmen noted that that were "clearly repulsiveand
one-third (AP) The Florida a visit as the hemispheric transformation." shocking, and if any of the
the AAUP through in- ;assistant director of Readers' the area that the equi- new the Senate had set April 1 as
strengthen
ter d i s c i plinary cooperation'Services of the University Main valent amount of sprigs will co Milk Commission and the Camp- status symbol."If His visit to Mexico has been the deadline for the setting of reports have been disseminatedto
Brothers
of had
among the very complex segments -Library, was elected treasurerof amor Tampa an De Gaulle goes to a particular impressive.Now cotton acreage quotas in the the general public" they shouldbe
of our faculty," Smith the local chapter and will ver.Sprigging is the economical appointment in court today to country it has to mean the French leader has light of spring planting that withdrawn.
serve for two planting method. Sprig the begin a legal fight over the could not be held back much
said. "Also, the participati9n of years. price of milk. chosen September the southern Bryant said since he had not
the in the slwer-growing zoysia-grasses on longer. Rep. Harold D. Cooleyof read the
faculty government report be could not
Elected for one year terms to 4 to 6-inch centers. Other grass The commisson filed suit in VoluntaryBirth hemisphere's spring-for a, North Carolina, chairman of
of our university is an area that serve on the Executive Council visit to the countries which, comment on the material it con-
will give full cover in one sea- Hillsborough County Circuit the House Agriculture Committee
need to further.
tained.
we explore with Mexico He said he
probably
were Dr. Ralph H. Blodgett, if set Court Thursday in effort to are among the Smith
son on 8 to 12-inch centers. an Control urged to start Rules
The local AAUP has leaders of Latin would read it later. "I hesitateto
frequently economics; Dr. Melvin Fried, America: Ar-
of stop Campoamor Modern Dairy
Plenty water and monthly Committee- hearings on Mon
found itself involved in gentina Brazil Chile condemn it until I have heard
cam- ,
biochemistry Dr. Arnold Heid- Uruguay
; Inc. from milk below the
applications of three pounds of selling day. No commitment w a amade "
from
and state-wide controversies and Peru. the other side.
pus -enheimer, political science Setup
and EyedJACKSONVILLE
; ammonium nitrate per 1,000 price set March 5 at a commis- immediately.
over academic freedom, Dr. Galdys Kammerer, political square feet of lawn will urge sion meeting in Orlando. "We will be glad to have this Kynes said he had been assured
faculty rights and crises in higher science. the grass to spread at top speed.To The commission's order set (AP) The formidable leader of France," by Rep. Richard 0. Mitchell

education planning in Florida. Continuing officers will be Dr. prevent the rows of sprig- the minimum price for a half- State Welfare Board has set upa a Peruvian diplomat said. He K Spat committee chairman, that
Smith said "I would like to committee to work with the recalled that Peru's cultural
,
Melvin Baker, education ged grass from giving your gallon of milk in glass bottlesat the report would be handled
continue the harmonious working as lawn 46 cents and in State Health Department in creating -bonds with France have been
vice president Dr. Donald an ocean wave effect, then a half-gallon properly and distributed only to
Will-
;
relationship between our ad- ams, speech, and begin mowing almost as soon paper cartons at 47 cents. a program of voluntarybirth close and that President Fer- Not Staged I agencies with legal responsibility -
secretary; ,
ministration and our faculty. control for welfare nando Belaunde attended schoolIn
Dr. Seymour Block, physics, as the first runner leaves its The Campoamor firm sells a recipi In the area of law enforcement .
Sometimes this office can be serving on the executive council i home base. Frequent mowing half gallon through vending ma- ents.The Paris.
especially useful in heading offa automatically as immediate ., will also keep down weeds. chines at 45 cents. program, aimed at helping -, The Latin-American countries Says BryantTALLAHASSEE I
problem. And if a problem president.The past For additional information on Joe Campoamor, vice president families on welfare to avoid, not yet on De Gaulle's visiting Mitchell released minutes of
calls for speaking out, we will lawns and care of your outdoor, of the firm, said he and his having unwanted children, maybe list are almost scrambling to AP) Gov. the committee's Jan. 29 meeting

use the AAUP to present the new officers will be Installed .. carpet, contact your county agricultural .I brother, Manuel, will raise their submitted to the 1965 Legis, get on it. Farris Bryant has denied that !.indicating distribution would be
faculty viewpoint. at a general meeting: agent. He has a number -prices if the judge grants the injunction lature.J. From the embassy of Panama he staged a spat with Atty. Gen. limited to "members of the Leg
Dr. Smith is now serving hisShouldn't Thursday, March 26, at 8 p.m.. of publications that will help I "but we will fight this Harold StaHings of Tampa,I with which the United States is James W. Kynes at last Tues islature, law enforcement officials -
I in the Physics Auditorium. you with your grass problems.. right up to the Supreme Court' welfare board chairman, said I currently at odds over the Pan day's Cabinet meeting to give educators, members of the
Thursday that too many childrenfor ama Canal treaty, came this the appearance of cutting Kynes' press and such groups as parent
Tell whom public aid is furnished remark by an official: "De political ties with the administration. --teacher associations."

Young Friends Come to the Rescue are the result of unwanted- preg- Gaulle absolutely must come to I Bryant said he had not read
Name of Minor nancies. Panama. His Panamanian wel--
the and familiar
report was only
The disagreement, over review -
One of the programs under come would be ecstatic. I with what be had read about
TALLAHASSEE (AP) :" State Of Elderly Recluse in 'Haunted House'had study, he said, would include Newspapers and the govern- decision of a State Personnel Board it. From that description, be
removing some
Atty. Gen. James W. Kynes says i giving oral contraceptives to ment in El Salvador, accordingto offfidals from the merit system agency, I said, be would not want to readit.

no law specifically prohibits a KANSAS CITY (AP) The Health Engineering says the helped three of them families receiving dependent reports reaching here, decided -was friendly, said the governor.
city policeman from giving a big house with its 20 or more three-story house is unfit for leaving the ranks of the beck children funds. to play down accounts of the I "However," said the governor
newsman the name or addressof rooms was grand when it was human habitation and wants it "The problem of illegitimate De Gaulle visit to Mexico when Bryant said be knew in advance !"I impute good motives (to the
a child who has been arrestedon built half a century ago and its out by next Monday.She lers.They births and unwanted children is informed the French leader was that Kynes would. move committee) in disseminating in-
a felony charge, but it should- owner gave it a spendid name: probably won't have to also cut the grass, an ever increasing one," be said. unable to visit Central Americafor for the review but did not discuss formation on such bad practice
n't be done. Stony Glen. move, however, because her cleaned the yard, painted and "It creates not only a moral and the time being. it with the attorney generaL (as homosexuality) that have

Kynes told Municipal Court Years of neglect have reduced -young friends are again coming laid linoleum. criminal problem, but also an grown up In Florida."

Judge Norton Josephson of Day- it to a hanted house for to the rescue. Miss Ashmore's brother, who economic problem." UF Reunion Bryant appointed Kynes to the I The chief executive added that
tona Beach Shores that a juve- the very young, a target for the Every night for almost three lives In Branson Mo., owns Cabinet in when former "if distribution is limited to
who handles adolescent vandal, and Paul 24 the house. He as soon as January those who would benefit from
nile court judge I a blightin summers, Holmberg, says Just a Sign Site Changed Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin wentto
the child's case may do it in the eyes of the city.It said be and ,three other young he replaces windows, they are the State Supreme Court also knowledge of these bad practices -

open court and the identity of looks vacant. Many of the men have visited Miss Ash- broken again by vandals. Miss LITTLE ROCK Ark. (AP- The reception and banquet for by Bryant appointment then I would say 'fine.' I
the child would thus be made windows are broken and the more, guarding her from Ashmore doesn't say much. Circuit Judge William J. Kirby the University of Florida Alum would not think otherwise thatit
public. roofing is peeling off the once- youths who heckled her, drove Last weekend when the city has a new sign protecting his ni Spring Reunion tomorrow Bryant said hi humor that be was good."
But when the policeman arrests -fine gables. through the 13-acre yard, began pressing again that repairs -parking space at the court- has been thanged from the and Kynes disagreed when Ky Bryant said it might well be
e the minor, Kynes said, But in the basement lives flashed lights, threw stones at be made, a group of teenagers house: "Unauthorized use of Florida Gymnasium to Bryan flea was his executive assistant that the pictorial content of the
there is no way for him to know I Miss Adelia Mcneey! Ashmore, the windows and made obscene began escorting groups this parking space, is in con Lounge in the Florida Union. but he (Bryant) always won report should not be there,
whether the judge will later .an elderly woman who _is almost phone calls. through the house at a quarter tempt of court" those discussions. He said he again pegging his comments to
Iud proceeding in con-I. a recluse. The fqur were eventually apiece to raise money for the Will he enforce the warning The reception starts at 4:30 I would be disappointed if Kynes tht distribution planned by the

Irivate. The city Division of Public joined by others, until about 25 work. I "Of course not," Kirby Mid. pan. aDd the baagmttt I:" did not assert his mind. comndU-

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, TODAY'S DOW JONES
1' WASHINGTON (APThe '
I Prev. Close Components 1st Hr ,
Army said today heavyweight

819.36 I Indust. I champion Cassius Clay failed ,..

!, Request I[ 192.85 I Rails I his second pre-induction exami- n'If

, 139.01 I Util I nation and is "not qualified for :

induction into the under
Army t I.
284.59 I Stocks I
(The following market quotations applicable standards." .,
by reader '" I Volume I i,
I ere requested specifically 5.670.000 :;,
' of the Sun financial page. The quot. STOCK LISTINGS The Army made no mentionof J ...
f tlons are furnished by Pierce. Wul-
bern Murphey Investment Service which examination Clay ::

here.) Europe'sEconomy failed, although it is presumedit g ks J ;,. e

a N. Y. STOCK e Declared or paid so far this Fidelity Fund 17.49 was his mental aptitude test ta .

year 1 Fidelity Trend ._ 18.60 Rumors have been heard for ,t
I '
EXCHANGEAbbott f Paid in stock in 1963, esti- Fund'tal Invest ..... 10.76" several days that he failed the r

; mated cash value on ex-divi i Income of Boston 8.30 mathematics portion of the e, i

Lab 2.40 11514 dend or ex-distribution date Incorporated Inc ... 9.80 test.The N : l: ...
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' Allied Cem 1.80 571h 1 g Paid last year Keystone K-2 ._ -_ 5.64 Army said only: "Tests J"-,"

Amerada Pt 2.00._ 17 I: AMERICANSTOCK Keystone S-3 '_ ._ 16.91 SoaringBy given Clay included measure- .e,.

Am EIc Pow 1.1 6b 410/ Keystone S-4 __ 4.72 ment of aptitudes for various '"
6H. EXCHANGE skills needed in military ser
I. Life Investors 19.97 .
Amer Enka 1.4Oa SAM DAWSONAP
vice." .Ikiir!
65; Life Stock Fund 7.74 I ,Ut '
Amer Home l.4b Business News Analyst
: 17Ya Aerojet-Gen .37
Amer M Fdy .90 Mass.[ Inv Trust 16.29 Clay was given a second test
Analex __ .. 31%
14 Corp Mass Inv..Growth ._ 8.64 NEW YORK (AP-Europe's :
determined that 'House
Armco St13.00 after it was
.. Warming' Preparations
Chem 18% '
28% Aqua is due ,+
to rising r
Pioneer Fund _.. 9.79 economy keep on -
Atch Topka 1.2Oa 341h Aurora Plastics 30% I the results of his ,first pre-in- ,
Puritan Fund ... 9.48 and so are the opportunities p
Bauch Lomb 1.20 25Y. Barnes Engineer -_ 23% Putnam Growth 15.50 I for American sales there Thatis duction examination were in- County Agent Jim Yelvington (left) and J. Glenn Bailey check brooders In ", '
Baxter Lab .36 Butler Shoe ._ .. 8% I conclusive, the Army said.
Beckman In 591h TV & Elec 8.17 the happy prediction of preparation for 6,500 baby chicks expected at Bailey's farm in Gilchrist 1, ..
... _
Cinerama
14%
Beech LF S,1.10 471/4 Value Line Inc ..-. 5.49 'American international bankers "Interviews conducted by experts County. :r
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11% '
Bristol .80 r 64 Chromaloy Wellington Fund: '14.96 scanning the latest trade in the field of testing and
My
Computer Sci .. 22%
9 Purchases 436,756 figures. of results of the two
Brown Shoe 3.40 analysis Moves 18.,000-Hen Business
Cutter Labs 17V4
10% : ;
Brunswick Short Sales 3,675 tests indicate that Clay put
Data Control ._ 38V4 They also note that the United
118 .
Cambell S. 2.40 Other Sales .-....._.... 440,583 forth his best efforts on both h
65 Fulton Inds 8% tales sells much more to Eu-
Carter Pdt 1.00a Gen 5% Total Sales _5552,58 than it from occasions," the Army added.
10% Develop Advances __________ 515 ropeans buys .
Case J. I. Clay won the heavyweight To Area's 'White Muckland9By
26'Va Mackey Airlines 7% Declines 562 them. With European production -,.
Cessna Air 1.00 .. earlier this
Mead Johnson ._ __ the championship year
10Y4 22% costs now on way up,
Unchanged ____________ 268 'co.
Ches Ohio 4.00 from Liston.Charter .'
38 Pac NW Tel ._ 22% the markets look even better Sonny

Coax S Gas 42%. Philips Elec w w 51% Total Issues ___- 1,345 for the Yankee trader unless WALTER MIXSON houses, as opposed to a cage- al Air Station, where, Bailey :y
New 1963-64 _
Highs 83
CBS 1.SOb._. 28% Redwing Carriers .-. 11% New 1963-64 Lows _. 13 European nations restore some i Boat Sun Farm Editor layer operation in which the I says, to get the egg order, "You
Comb 1.20 '
Eng 15th RIC Group 9% of the old barriers against TRENTON ?'I traveled all hens are confined to cages. have to please the commanding ..
Cone Mills .80
23th Sperry R. Wts ._ 8% American goods.Europe's over the state, found this place The high and dry locationof officer and give good service." ,..
ConU Airl .40
591h Syntex ._ ._ ... 85% Tax Ruling and liked it" located ::'
Late Gross National Product his land is ideal for such a Bailey actually has been
ConU Ins 2.20
Morning
Elec .. 26%
.. .. 19% Tampa should between four poultry operation, according to in Gilchrist County a couple III, '
Contrl Dat Tech Measur 22% go up TALLAHASSEE (APState That's the reason given by
Com Pdts 1.50 67% TWA Wts ._ 20% N. Y. and five per cent a, year Revenue Commissioner J. Ed J. Glenn Bailey for locating his Bailey. And County Agent Jim I. of years, but the official C- J, '
Delta Air 1.60 8n ListingAllisChal through the rest of this decadein 1 in Gil- Yelvington agrees. Yelvington ofC welcome waited until he had It
huge
Valspar ._ ._ -. 7% Straughn today reversed himself p o u try operation I
14%
the said that for sanitary and health become firmly established. -
Det Steel .60 the view of economists at and declared that the fees paid christ County. I

Emerson El 1.00 44718 OVER THE COUNTER 17% IntPap 31% Chase Manhattan Bank, New charter boat and guide boat Actually, it was a relocationjob. purposes all poultry operations 1 In addition to his layer operation -
op-
26'Va should be in this type location. raises his own hen ::: .
Bailey
Fair Camra .50g York. And since the population until of
Alcoa Bailey, a couple ,
341h 75% Jones&L 75% erators are not subject to the .. ""
Finanl Fed growth will be less than one per years ago, was engaged in the replacements, starting with day-
his
60% Alico Land ... 7% AmAair 46 KaisAl 38% state sales tax. Bailey plans to expand he -
old chicks. For this
Fst Chartr 1.97f cent a the rise in this business in the Wesconett purpose
year egg
Fidel include 25-
Amer Life 243/ He said that the new interpre- layer operation to
44th .
E Cst AmBdPar 35% Ken of has a 40 by 300-foot brooder
Fla 97/i Amer Heritage 21% cott 83% value of total production tation was based on rulings of section of Duval County. But 000 hens. He describes this as a ..
Food.Fair .90 AmCan 42% Lig&My 75 goods and services should meanan spreading urbanization forced size house which will accomodate up -
Amer Nat Ins 20V4 and "nice, family operation. :
20% the Florida attorney general until
FMC 1.00 increase in the 1 to 16,000 baby chicks they
Corp even faster him and others in the poultry ,
Amer Pion'r Life 5% AmCyan 64% Loch'd 37%
541h said that the rule applying the Because of automation, this 10 weeks of
Gen Tele .88 1It_ 46 standard of living in Europe business out of this area. are age.
%
Anheuser Busch ......,..
335'a AmMot 17 Lorillard 43% will be rescinded retroactiveto
tax operation can be family-sized. Bailey has six
1.00b Currently,
Ga Pacifi United States in
than in the -
._ ..._ 4% Bailey is now located on 360
Getty Oil .10g 63%. Anodyne Citizens Bank 36 AT&T 138% Mag'vox 40% other words, larger markets July. Refunds may be claimed acres of Gilchrist County "whitemucldand" Bailey grinds and mixes his own brooders of 1,000-chick()()( capacity -
_.
Grace Co 1.00b 29waeln AmTob 15V4 MplsHon 128 overseas. he said. I north of Trenton feed is carted to the hen houses each and 10 that will take
w Conn Lt & Pow ._ 37% I o
57 nat ,
Curt .80 the rate of a ton a day. The care of 500 chicks each. Tues
Anaconda State Road The "white
47% MM&M 47.
67% 1 -
Cowles Mag & PB 13%
27%. Rising costs of production and 1 feed is carted to the en houses he expecting a ship- ,
mM 5.00 Market was ,
day
land" State
Armour
50% given
- Dun & Brafist __ 61% Mohasco 12% Egg tag was by
Int Min C 1.80a 5771A increased prices are already and put in a hopper, from which ment of 6,500 baby chicks.
Firs West Fine 19V4 B&O 40% Mons'to 72% Rep. Howell Lancaster, who, as:
Int Tele 1.00 68! plaguing the European Common it is dispensed in troughs that Those that he does not need for ,
Florida Gas 11% BethStl 37% MontWd 37% JACKSONVILLE (AP) The president of the Gilchrist County
!".llogg .80a ..- 56% Fla. Nat'l Bank ._ 60% Boeing 43% NatDair 67%' Market, economists at t, Northeast Florida Egg Market Chamber of Commerce,, run the length of the houses. his own replacements he will
Lehman 1.34e 42% Morgan Guaranty Trust Co., The feed is distributed in the sell to other poultrymen. .
Cp Bruhswk 10% NatDist 28% prices to retailers: headed delegation ;
a welcoming
Fla. Tel __ 23% The trend. up ..
,
29Ya New York point out. .
Litton In 1.9Sf Forrest Labs ._ ._. 28 CaterTr 59% N.AmAv 53%, Extra large 45-47; mostly 46- that visited Bailey's highand ; troughs by means of a motor- County Agent Yelvington, who

Lone S em 1.00 -- 661h 193 Founders Life _-__ 9% Celanese 65% Penney 51% seems still higher. 47; large 42-43, mostly 43; medium dry sandy acres this week. driven chain belt. was part of the visiting delega ..l' :

Marsh Fld 1.60 Franklin Life 57% Chrysler 45% PRR 33V4 For American producers this; 37-401h, mostly 39; smay lla I Bailey now has 18,000 hens ir I Bailey buys what corn he can tion at Bailey's farm forsees

Martin 1.1 1.00 39Y 187' Great Amer __. ._ 15% CocaCola 122% PepCola 49%: means less competition in man 34-38, mostly 34. ground-layer operation locatedin [ locally to mix in with his feed, this as perhaps the beginning of i

McG Hill .6Oa Grolier .-.-.._..-.. 45% ComEd 49% PhilMor: 73%: markets those in Europe, in I Poultry at farms: fryers 14; three huge layer houses. The! thus adding to the income of Gil, other major poultry operations :.. ,

Mead Corp 1.70 37 Gulf Life ._ 56 ConEdis 85% PhillPet 48%I the rest of the world, and also I hens none. hens run free,on the floor of the! christ County farmers. He also, in Gilchrist County. He said the -:

Merck 2.ooa __ 48% Herff Jones ._ ._ 15% ContCan 45% RCA 35%I here at home where foreign imports employs eight persons fulltimein 1, t type soil of the county is ideal- .".
Natl Airl .80 _.. 120 DowChe 71Y 45% have been for ly suited for such operations. ,p
a problem
Home Insurance __ 64% RepStl Gilchrist County and at his
46 -
NY Centl .50g 'Jax Minit Mkts ._ 6V4 duPont 259 Revlon 38Ys some industries. Tracks Cleared egg processing plant which is., Trenton Mayor Robert Rowland .I-
33% 1
Nia M Pow 2.00 Kennasaw Life ._ ._ 13% EAL 36 ReyTob 40Y The six Common Market na. still located in Jacksonville.farm also was in the visiting del- _
Norfolk W 6.00 50 E.Kodak 128Y. P 34% tions France West Germany egation. He joined Rep. Lancaster _
Life of Fla 4% St.Reg are are currently producing
No Ind P S 1.48 124% ] to the -
in
577aOlin Lowes Company __ 17% Firestone 43% Seaboard 48% Italy, the Netherlands,; around 1,050 dozen eggs per day, welcoming Bailey
No Nat Gas 1.80 FlaPw 45% Sears 1071h Belgium and For Rail county and in extending the cooperation tt"
52% Milgo Electron 14% Luxembourg.I Merger most of which are marketed in .
..
Math 1.20 the Gilchrist CofC
Mort. Guaranty Ins 28 Fla P&L 77Y Sinclair 45% ,Their trade deficit with the the Jacksonville area. of
Owens n G 2.50 46% i and the City of Trenton in helping
( Pacific SW Air 44% Ford 57 Socony 12 United States was $2.5 billion in. -
Pac G&E 1.00 96% Schlitz Brewing .. 48% FrmstDa 10 SouthnC 54th 1963. U.S. businessmen sold 13! Nrnr Vorl muttS c. & 0. purchased 727,000 I Much of Bailey's egg outputis Bailey to get further estab- -

Pac Lting 2.40 59 31%% Secur. Life & Tr. __ 58 Frept Sul 36% SperryR 18718 per cent more goods there last: By ROBERT E. BEDINGFIELDNEW shares, a 23 per cent interest, sold to the Jacksonville NavReuther -, lished. .I.

I Pac T&T 1.20 Southern Nitro __._- 17 Frueh Tr 31% StBrand '171hGenDyn year than they did in 1962, bu' in B & 0. stock. At Thursday's

Pan Amer A 1.20 30 70%% Travelers Ins ._ 50% 301h StONJ % in turn imported only five per YORK The Chesapeake closing price of $$38.12 a shareon :
Parke Dav 1.00 1 Outlines
"J 31% GenEL 883'8 Studebak 73'8 cent more. and Ohio Railway Thurs- the New York Stock Ex- .

Pennzoil Perkin El 2.00 72% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOOL GenFds 90Y Swift 471 1 Production costs, and prices, day cleared the track for an change for B. & 0. more than -

I 41Y Complete volume close change s GeIL\fills 41'Va Texaco 15 have been rising fast in Eu- eventual outright merger with $27.7 million was involved. The
Pfizer ,80a __ __ ,GenMtrs 8214 Thiokol 16th Since 1960 increases the B a 11 imore and Ohio Rail-
rope. wage deal raised the C. & O.'s
DG 47% 131 300 Xerox 89V4 2% own-
Phelps 3.00 up 4 Broad U A W Aims
Goodrich 57% UnitAirc 475' outran road which it 4-
controls. In
productivity gains by now of
t Polaroid .20 _.. 68% 115 300 Leh Val lad 2% up 56 ; ership B. & 0. to more than
.
47 UnFruit 23% three to in the manufacturing the the C. &
Goodyr one O. itself
put -
process : 90 cent of the latter .oJ .
per car.tier's '
99 700 RCA
Pub Sv E G 2.60...... 157% 35% off sla
I Greyhnd 53 US Steel 58% industries of some of the and the B. & 0. in a position 3.1 million shares of vot-
Pure Oil 1.60 76 99 300 Gillette 32% off 2 3'4 i
ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (AP) leaves[ of absence and cuts in + '
I Gulf Oil 5331 UnivMat 12% bigger industrial nations. Britain to gain handsome tax sav' and ,
preferred
1.00 44% 97 600 Sperry Rd 19% ing common
Rayonier up ,'InUIarv 10tJ. westgEI 37"- has had the same, experience. ings. tock. -President Walter P. Reuther excessive and unnecessary ov- .;
.50b 35% 89 400 Chrysler 46% off 36
Rexall .- "
/ IntNick 745 Woolwth 15% All of this was done when the told his United Auto Workers ,ertime. ,
Reyn Met .50 42% 77 700 Korvette 30V4 off The new block of stock
was Union today it must find waysin
Rich Merr 1.00...... 39 71 700 Westing Elec 37% off % bought from two former Reuther told a pre-convention "' .
oppon- 1964 bargaining to tie
1 R C Cola 1.20 49% 66 800 West Union 35% up 1%I ents of C. & O.'s for pen- news conference that the UAW
struggle sions to the cost of living
Dutch ... 56% 64 300 Nat Distil 28% as will seek I' -
Roy 1.73g up 1 OUR MONEY'S WORTH control of the B. & 0. The sell- a minimum gain of
Searle Gd .90 .- 42% 47 000 Gen Motors 82% off Y I ers were the New York Central wages now are. 4.9 per cent in economic benefits ,

Singer 2.00 58% 44 000 Brunswick 10% off V II I Railroad, and the Central's par- This was among a broad in contracts that will re- ;.
Smith Kin 1.20a 100% 41 300 Rexall 423'8 2V :. ,
up ent, the Alleghany Corporation. scope of goals Reuther outlinedin place three-year pacts expiring

Sou Cal Ed 1.C5 67 38 900 U S Steel 58% off Y Era of the Helicopter In purchasing the shares, C. a report prepared for 2,906 Aug. 31.The .1P. ".

St Oil Cal 2.00 ... 32% 38 000 An Photo 11 up V & O. gave Central and Allegheny delegates to a demand-setting UAW chieftain also dis- '-'
St Oil Ind 2.oob 62% Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks, I .
the right to buy the stock convention of the UAW. closed that his union will carry _
Sterl .65 ......... -
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Drug 62\4 Volume close change to the table '
back bargaining
during the next five a re-
Texas Util 1.20 __ 30% 76 200 Gen Plywood 6% off 1% a-a==B== By Sylvia Porter x the Central's own plan yearsif for Reuther also called for a program quest for bonus pay while workers ..

Textron 1.40 -...,-,- 58% 57 700 Seabd Wld Air 8% unch merging with the Pennsylvania that would require the are on vacation "to cover .

Tidewater __ __ 42% 49 300 TWA -Wts20% unch "His and Her well automakers to pay the full cost
Helicopters for small two-or-three-place models. in his fifties. Many women Railroad is rejected.The the ,extra cost of travel and : "
Trans W A _. 38% 40 200 Syntex Corp 85% off 2V of hospital-medical insurancefor
Christmas" .... "Buy Helicopteron This past December we introduced fly helicopters.Q. spending time away from
Union Pac 1.60a __ 38% 32 900 Giant YeL Kn 10% up Y Installment Plan" "A the Hughes 300, a three- Porter: You mentioned an C. & 0. has no Immediate retirees instead of half, and home." Another goal he out- ...&
Und Air L 1.50b .,...., 39% MUTUAL plans for merging with the B. &
FUNDS for uniform h
& rate for
a pension
International dealer
place model at meeting.
Upjohn 1.00 Chopper on Every Garage" .... priced $29,875, lined is a daily production break
_
59 at international dealers'meeting :How important is the export 0., but C. & O. President Walter past and future retirees.
our
These are just samples of the that would in his view approxir
War Lamb .70 __
__ INVESTMENT
55% CO.
J. T h has ..
u 0 repeatedly
and sold 49 of them business? Y For those the '
helicopter headlines appearingin on on job and mate "the coffee break execu01
Worthintn 1.50 __ __ ,
27 stated that it is his
Xerox..... ... recent months in publicationsthe the spot. We also sold seven two A. Hopper: Today, export company'sintention those unemployed, Reuther tives enjoy." .. -:"
41 effect
Affiliated Fund 8.61 nation over. place models, or a total of 56 sales account for nearly 40 per to a merger as said: -
time the
Zenith UOa Every cost of living .
_
I .
89\4 is feasible. The C. & .
Life & Gr. and quickly as !
Capital 9.96 cent of total sales we
helicopters at one meeting. It our "In the 1964 negotiations
we advances of
.5
Jim Walter a point over a
Also extra 845a Divers Growth ._ _, 9.73 Does this mean that the dayof doesn't sound like much, but expect; this figure to rise. Small O. is one of the most profitable shall give attention to the needto ;three-month period auto workers I'"

or extrasb Dividend Shares 3.71 the personal helicopter, the the trend itself is the really im- helicopters can be used'in far- carriers in the nation and its create I ..
Annual rate plus stock dividend Dreyfus ._ ._ __ .. 20.13 era of 'copter-commuting to portant point. off lands for crop dusting and credit rating is of the highest. more Jobs through get a penny an hour more : ;. '1
earlier retirement
Fidelity Capit _'__ 11.25 I II beat city. traffic, has finally arrived spraying; for visiting and in-', The B. &0. has been one of the longer paid in pay. Reuther told delegates ;? ,

I Q. Porter: Do you see a big specting construction sites hard hardest put lines in recent years vacations, more paid holidays, retirees should get a porre- ,::

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MAR 19 Here, from Rea E. Hopper, boom in your future? to reach; for oil field and geological -, to:break even. It has a debt of a shorter work week, paid sponding advance in pensions. .

(C) New Yrk Times vice president and general manager A. Hopper: Like the automobile inspection; traffic con. more than $400 million. i

25 Roils . 134.06 132.33 133.04 of Hughes Tool Co.'s air- manufacturers we are trol; news coverage; flight t: The C. & 0.,. through affiliation New Markings to Help

25 Industrials 824.33 813.48 Up .18 craft division which turns outa staking our future on mass pro- training. with B. &0., hopes to re-, .. :

817.43 Off .37 whirlybird a day are an- duction. We have an increasing Q. Porter: What are the greatest store the B. &O.'s earning power
Stocks .
50 479.19 472.90
475.23 Off .10 swers to questions you well]] number of dealers who are also obstacles"you face? : and credit. Meanwhile, ,with Drivers at Night in RainHazards

might ask. automobile dealers in such A. Hopper: Lack of government more than 80 per cent control of ,

Porter Have places as San Francisco Los the B. & 0., the two systemscan .
Q. : we really rules designed specifically of end ?
night driving comparing the standard and .
STOCK entered the personal helicopterera Angeles, Detroit, Buffalo, Atlanta for helicopters and lack ol file a consolidated"report rainy weather for Florida drivers !waterproof beads. : ,?
TTSSHES ? and Washington, D.C. heliports. Helicopters today op- for tax purposes. r
MARKET A. Hopper: The small two-or- Another analogy with the auto erate under rules actually de- During hearings before the 'are going to be reduced "The difference between the 'f1'

three-place Ju.1i/'OftY\tA"6'.y is enj oy industry is that a demonstrationride signed for fixed-wing craft. ICC in,June; 1961, the C. & O. because of a discovery by the two beads became more and ?', _

NEW YORK (AP) The t I Ford dipped % to 5n4 on 5-, ing a definite boom, in many is usually all that's neededto Q. Porter: What are the solutions estimated that for the first five Florida State Road Depart- more outstanding as water on *':

stock market was generally 000 shares. cases doubling in brass for both create a genuine desire on ? years'of control (which was not ment's laboratory here. .

firm in moderately active trad-'1 personal _and business use. For the part of the customer. Opera- : A. Hopper: While many new finally secured until last December the pavement was increased.I..

ing at the opening today. I On openers of 1,000 shares, instance, the doctor who usesa ting expenses of helicopters are buildings in downtown areas ) the tax savings to,the two The discovery of tiny water Pictures indicate that when the' -

Changes of most key stocks' 'Eastman Kodak lost % at small helicopter to call on no more and sometimes less I are being designed with provision roads would be $20 million. This proof glass beads to be used in pavement was flooded the wat- ?,' T

were small. '123tt and Standard Oil (New widely scattered patients in a than those of an automobile. for heliports, zoning laws inmost estimate was based on an as- line erproof bead line remained vis- .. ;

Opening blocks included: Aluminum :Jersey) was unchanged at 85. rural area is also using it for Our helicopters can be pur- places prohibit landings on sumption that B. & 0. ,during highway William markings T.was announced ible while the standard line .'. i.:-

Ltd., up U at 29 on 3,-'I General Motors rose % at !83 vacation fishing trips. The use chased on time, like cars. On a home garages or in back yards. those five years could be expected Interstate by administrator. Mayo, was ineffective as a marking." .. w ; .,

700 shares; Korvette, up % at'on 5,600 shares. Pennsylvania of rotorcraft for pleasure onlyis four-year conditional sales con- Perhaps, then, the answer lies to incur substantial losseS -'
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30% on 3,000;' and General Elec- Railroad gained % at 33% on also increasing. tract, the down payment is 25'with forward-looking promoters for tax purposes. Florida plans to utilize 800,000 The tiny, transparent glass :' '"*

tric, up % at 88% on 2,000. 1,400 shares. Q. Porter: What are the statistics percentQ. who will build heliports at sirburban The C. & O. last year had a pounds of the sand-grain sized spheres function like tiny lenses rt"t... ,

Unchanged were Studebaker Royal Dutch eased % to 42 on the growth? Porter: Isn't it harder to shopping centers so Dad< net income of more than $41 beads during 1964, according to reflecting automobile head1Jghtsn."

,.t 7% on 2,000 shares and on 1,800 shares. A. Hopper: American helicopter operate a helicopter than a car?,, can commute by 'copter from million; the B. & O.'s 1963 Mayo. This is a switch from the at night and during rainfalls. u.: ,
Southern California Edison at I Chrysler opened on 10,000 manufacturers delivered A. Hopper: Oh, yes. But any his office to the supermarket net income was $5.5 million..Be standard reflective pavementlines This enables drivers to see fur- "

32% on 1000. shares, off % at 46%. about 415 commercial craft in one who can learn to fly a small where Mom can pick him JP_ cause of past deficit operations, previously used. ther down the road than the 20 .. '
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of 60 stocks learned --- So the is stillto forward'a mounts to about $36 The decision to switch, accord, which tend to lose their reflect- *
trading at .47 on 6500 ,-II Press: average rose one-third over 1962's total of 306. ter. One customer to Q : era "'
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7:30 O Sunday School Forum with bribing a juror. ,.. =JlYE e
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D Comedy Capers Script-writer David Karp ..
8:00 O Across The Fence appears briefly in the

O Captain Kangaroo role of Big Philly. Pres-
0e NEEDNY :I.THINK :I BETTER GO JEST DONT
B Ramar of the Jungle ton: E. G. Marshall. Ken:
FRET-HE'LL 60 OVER TO AHEADELVINEY'S GET CAUGHT.17HEPROGN05I5I5NT !
8:30 O Robin Hood Robert Reed. I GIVETH'PARSON
8E HERE AN'BORRY AN'GO
(D Popeye and Bozo B Joey Bishop = A INVITE PER A 4 Us

(color) SUPPER TONIGHT,. -1
9:00 B CD Movie HICKENWA5II1 fusa.
9:00 B Supercar PAW 3
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1:30 B D (Color) Ruff and : on
(1957) A businessmantries
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desperately to keep 0
O Tennessee Tundo10oo"
'II FRIDAY EVENING O At Issue B O Hector Heathcote his ex-wife from gaining

iTbO O Best of Groucho B CD I Bob Hope I O Quick Draw McGraw custody old boy. of their 11-year- l
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10:30 O D Fireball XL-5 .
I O Adventures in Bob Hope, Eva Marie 9:30 O Phil Silvers
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Paradise Saint in "Her School for 11:00 B D Dennis The Menace "Auntie Up." That sweet Z ....
5:25 O Moments in Sports Bachelors," a comedy. O Ranger Hal little old lady Harry hiredas 1:11

5:30 O Newscope 9:00 O Luboshutz And 11:30 B B Fury a housekeeper has turn- -
5:55 D Local News NEMENOFF Opera O ed the Grafton home intoa
Roy Rogers r
I SAYS SHE SOMETNINO IN
6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. (Special) Pianists Pierre gambling den. Harry: HAVE ASSIGNMENTS FOR ,,
12:00 BID Sergeant Preston I MUST BE I KEPT UNDER GUARD.SO TJZZ BUT NOSHE CANT /f A NICE FROCKPrtt
O Sunshine Almanac Phil Silvers. Aunt :Minnie Tl'IS MY CONSIDERED
Luboshutz and Jenia Ne- CJ Sky King : UZZ SPENDS ALL HER RGHT CRIME. SHE HAS
6:15 O Channel Five News Alice ,Pearce. OPINION CHIEF.THAT TIME GUARDING THE; KJS .
menoff
present a duopiano 12:30 t EKD Bullwinkle Audrey: DIET SMITH SHOULD TO GIVE ALL HER
6:30 O News-Walter concert. Selections: O Do Know Elena Verdugo. FLY MOON MAID BACK ATTENTION TO MOON: MAJDf s
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Cronkite Mozart's Sonata in D Ma- 1:00 B m Exploring 10:00 O Gunsmoke >c 'x17 THE MOON Y!

O Junior High Science jor (K. 448)), Rachmani- O CBS News 11:00 O Detectives U ia s.

I Today noff's Suite No. 2 (Op. 1:30 O Discovery- 4 B CD News, Sports .1La
Q D News-Huntley- 17)) and Mendelssohn's Allegro 2:00 B Mr. WizardO Weather <

Brinkley Brillant in A Ma- Movie 11:45 B Movie t' 1 y

i 7:00 B Silent Service jor (arr. Luboshutz). "The Woman Eater." "Wilson." (1945)) This bi-

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O Sing Hi-Sing Lo GD( Inside The MovieKingdomDocumentary 2:30 B Talk 'N' Talent son begins with Wilson at N

O Glenn Reeves-Music 3:00 O Championship Princeton Unive r sit y. U -11
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7:30 O American Spectacle i stars at home, on the set B Not For Hire dine Fitzgerald.O Q Iai5TUKEWE -
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(Special) (Color) Scenic and on location. 3:30 O Amateur Hour Movie-Comedy

beauties of America, with 10:00 O Alfred Hitchcock 3:45 O Washington Report "Smoky." (1945) Story of ( ISUSPECTTHflTSHE ETTHER'HflS\ ] FKY
PLN4NELKLEeGrt* BRAIN TUMOR OR RUPTURED GOOQ15 IT GORDON:
narration by Van Heflin. 11:00 B News, Wethr., Spts. 4:00 O Golf Classic the capture and trainingof HOW'01 DRNEMEIDTHEG4 I ANEURYSM REX/W ANYCVttfT El af1

Y O Great Adventure O News B N.I.T. Basketball a beautiful but wild NERO. _i HOSPITAL,! hWEDBETTlERGOAHEADWJTH: LsTslA

1 Destry-Westem CD Local News (color) O Wrestling horse. Fred MacMurray, CWWIOTOWYATONCElTUCftLL5UR6eRY /. '

"Big Deal at Little Riv 11:25 O Movies 5:00 O Maverick Anne Baxter, Burl Ives. /

I er." Melinda Carter 1)) "Skylark." ((1941)) On ID Wilburn Brothers 11:55 CD Movies 0

t clears Destry of a robbery their fifth wedding anni 5:30 D Porter Wagoner (1)) (Color) "The Caine r

I charge, and then versary, a wife finds that 6:00 O News, Sports Mutiny." ((1945)) Herman, + ,_
asks him to be her escort r>
her husband is beginningto Weather Wouk's Pulitzer Prize'0
while she tries out her take their marriage for IB -
Sports Roundup novel is the basis for this iII
system for beating the granted. Claudette Colbert B Fishing FunD World War H film.Mine- .

., odds at a local gambling Ray Milland, Brian. ( News sweeper officers provoke
: house. Destry: John Gav- Aherne. 6:15 B News
Sports, unique legal and moral
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8:00 O Jazz Casual "Showdown at Boot Hill." 6:30 O Password
against a captain they
8:30 0 Route 66 ((1958)) A deputy kills an m Littlest Hobo consider mentally unfit.
: Harry Guardino in "Hey outlaw but the dead man's 6:45 8 News
Humphrey Bogart Fred
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t Moth, Come Eat the friends refuse to identifythe ; 7:00 O Jimmy Strickland EXPLAINEDTDME IT" HERBFEELSTHAT YOU SHOULD BE HAPPY
MacMurray, Van John- i I DoN't HIS WIFE
Flame," first in a series body. Charles Bron- B Combat! son, Jose Ferrer. ,I vux Y THE REASON HE HASNTFArtJSFORMXJROWN > IF HE GIVESVOU THE MONEY THAT CCNSVERATEi YOU HAVE

of reruns. In St. Louis, son, Robert Hutton, John B Circus Boy ((2) "Bride of Franken HERB HASt'11 ABOUT /j MXJLL FOOLISHLY,R15TSPENDrT Ii SUCH FRIENDS
Tod and Buz run into a Carradine. 7:30 PAID ME THE Tf GOOD v- i r
B Lieutenant "
I', i stein. (1935)) Dr. Frank- TEN DOLLARS ,
teen-ager trying to cope: 11:30 a CD Johnny Carson O Jackie Gleason enstein is encouraged to HE OWES ME 4IEE.EI

with his father's heavy 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin 8:00 CD Outer Limits create a bride for his I;;
drinking. Tod: Martin L SATURDAY 8:30 O Defenders-Drama monster. 1
Boris Karloff '
Milner. Buz: George Ma- 7:00 CD Count Of Monte Cristo "Moment of Truth." TheDA's Colin Give, Elsa Lanchester -, car' t.
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Thurmond Tests His Wind9

BLAST ITAUM15 I AROfcRj-1 I WAVE TOGO.'..I'LL -
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LASALLEJTHEMOOKATRmTOFRKHTEMj PHONE YOU .ABOUT MEETING
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; HEARD ANYBODY READ LINES,
CIO ANEbYPJ14N M. Y Al7fNER G1YE; HP WIFE-DON'T / 5050 WNDERf ULty!L
.. 5i WAS ACIL4RMERAND IDUWALMOfF STAND THERE UKE/s/ w
t, rrla READ THE 1IDfJ6f17x HIGH KHOO. CiRLGA2IN6 !
I Thurmond WASHINGTON the Sen. Strom remembers, the senator always felt that the 1957 trIumph scrapes the nerves bare. He DFIEOPf'F. .ATAKX7T- 5

undisputed filibuster denounced a civil rights bill was clearly disreputable warmed up with a few routine BALLHEU' > S

champion of the world, without letup for 24 hours and because Thurmond decidedto overstatements, like a boxer hs

was going through his first 18 minutes while standing erectat go for the record after the testing his jab. The civil rights 7
1964 workout in the Senate
,I other afternoon. the his desk on the Senate floor, rest of them had promised to bill, he said, was "a man-eat-
. thereby smashing all previous keep quiet in return for ing tiger." It would "oppressand -

, the When champ the would news be spread testing that his records for pointless oratory. tant concessions in the impor-I subjugate" the republic. r

This year, with civil rights None of them, certainly He invoked the "spectre" of
wind
most of his
colleagues
I found again before the Senate, there would call him the Sonny Lis-i Reconstruction as "warning to
inescapable a point-
p may conceivably be a chall ton of filibustering, but they those who would impose arbi
meats to be elsewhere, and it
, enge for the crown. would not weep to see him tak- trary rule on their own people.
seemed like
a propitious occa-
f en. So far however Satisfied that his
no obvious hair-raising
sion to size him up in tranquil- The South Carolinian has never
, lity. To see whether his legs been a popular champion. contender has emerged. The language was in good shape, WT SHE'S 50, _.ON HIS THEORY/ WXAT A CHOICE 3s / r WOULDN'T' ez
first week of civil rights activity he settled down to test his sta- AVH-WAR5HE ABOUT THE RE7S JOB FOR WHOEVER [ IN W4 SHC5S fCK
had gone, whether his cliches The Southerners, who domi- IAREtMRS' tER Is BLAMES HER .IN OU:'FRIENDLY THE PENTAGON KNEW VS ANYTN -
I had rusted since 1957. nate filibustering as the Aus-. has been confined to a mina. For this, he began read- i HARD 70 I R6UROBVIOUSLY / ) >iAD NUSs. 's NEXT-POOK 5ENDIN3?
few lackadalsacal twotothreehour ing in a sing-song at the rate o A FATE,. NEJOttGft NATION!
In that year, as every aflcion- trians dominate skiing, have: DEVOTED CHUKCHWOMAN./ -
---- speeches in which the talk- of about 90 words per minute ...
t TEA ELM COVE ers concentrate on toning up the like one of those tele- z w.li

f ARM RIO ARIL leg muscles, parsing the Con- phone-company> automata that < '
DIAMOnD LEAKACROSS stitution and creating the essen- tell you the doctor is out and ii fal.

RED 1 D E tial feel of timelessness in the ask you to leave your num .) .i m I'"s '
1.Arctic 32.Religious S T A L E S U B O R N Senate chamber.
6.Passing leaflet ber.He
, fashion 34. Emanation NAND RTE R 0 E The mood of the place was already -' chose one of the filibuster- ;>
Disgraced SS.Volutid o T F E E WI LT properly musty for the er's favorite texts the inher- wfn. S

11.Seasoned gastropod ETHNIC PAGE 5 Thurmond workout Gallerieswere ent inequality of man. It is an ,Pak.'.. II
13.Ostentation 37.Statute A N E A N I half obvious that .li.liA .liI
empty. Ninety-eight argument few I
14.Pastimes 40.Hero of MASK I rt C E ti 5 E .
Conclusion 'WestwardHo1 of the 100 senatorial desks were would disagree somepeople
16. A L E E V. I E A U K *
17.Rower LEE abandoned. From their niches have_ more capacity
19.Left-hand 42.Chunky PEED ELS high up in the gallery walls, man others for thriving in this .

20.More 44.Dirk SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE the busts of John C. Calhoun, society. TWELVE HOOKS OP HOW'cave IM Alums: I: HATE PEOPLE.
mature 45.Musk ox Thomas Jefferson and Aaron The great filibusterer, however I.1 SLEEP LAST NK5 T. MOBS QED H TFIE MORNWG j woo WIM4 TI ICY AAYa
I 22.Relative genus 2. cola Arab's AND :STILL 'TVANI AM R Nl uy A ONE-woti.f)SOL1J't1ON
Jap. 7. Burr gazed down in marble re- is not interested in argument
FEEL BUSHED
23.Oily ketone 46.Alder tree headbandcookln TO THE\ WO D'S8L.WS
signation. ; he wants to make his
Used
26.Medium' 47.Put forth 3. la cord s ? >
meeting effort g 8.Possession: : Somewhere outside the magnolias audience beg for mercy. Ac- !IIIIIt

28.Proper 4.King of law were blooming and birds, cordingly, Thurmond recapitu- <
30.M am DOWN Judah 10.Defunct were singing in the sunlight, lated the history of the =
m cdan nobly I.Palnted 12.Contrivance but in here the. ancient parch phrase "all men are created
31.Dina bunting: 5.Fragrant ment-colored light falling on equaL"At
Creole 6.Tire '
LeGaUlenne 15.Staid mahogany and marble suggested 1:25 p.m. he was telling

J Z 4 5 1 a '18.Legal Egyptian tombs and efern- what Thomas Jefferson thought I
% action
'Singleton ity. This is the atmospherewhich about it. And George Mason.

9 IQ V r/h II IZ 'l'/7.7.; 21.Responslye the filibusterer loves, And the Adams family. At 1:44

If IS 23.Utopian for it induces a brooding des- p.m. he, was examining where ==
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1 I' I 1 /. i! shows brief exposure they will accept Constitutions stood on

25.Simple any settlement merely to "equality." USA, PONY 1HOTHEit? rJSA.MY ., -
'ff'// ''ff//. 'fI/f to ZI / rt wind Instrument escape to light and life. I At 1:51, an hour after his opening RtaAF 6r C X7fIK 9 WIWNG! ;_

ZJ z+ l5 l'- Z1 27.Norse The champ took up his stanceat he was analyzing the position
: = : V county 12:50 pan. It was SL Pat- taken by the Constitution Ql

za U 29. rick's and he of Liberia and the
.. FT-- Attempt day, wore a green as clock
33.Co by*. carnation in his lapeL moved toward 3 pjn. he had
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:: JJ "// 1.3SDyCl'. His suit and tie were darkly! satisfied himself, that "equal

"< J+ 3S io"// 3 if.8" 37.apparatus af conservative. He is tall and lean ity" was really an idea peculiar
I Vh y division38.Hebreu by senatorial standards and to Communism. At 5:15 he

i4 41 'l" .2 43 bald back to the crown. His was still at it. In the galleries

lyre facial expression was all business the nerves screamed
f' / 4 5
'7'Ij Z'/ S9/Ocddent and humorless. quietly. The brain struggled

:_. to.r 4' ....'1 ..,: 11 41.salmon Female His voice is startingly thin against stupor, succumbed to
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EARN I :3 BR. 2V* baths. 25x25 family FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious BEAUTIFULLY kept home 3 BR.
LEARN 113 NW 25th St. Near 3
I ROUTE wanted. Good campus. Convenient to school &
man physical Secretarial courses. speedwrlt- WANT-AD RATESPH. room. Ig. living rm. enclosedgarage. :3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm.. close BR. shopping
den. central heat. $450
35. Oak parquet floors like
condition 21 to Married
new.
; to school. Llttlewood Estates. !
shorthand. Classes now central heat & air cond.Lot .
Ing. down, $80 to FHA
moo qualified
must be bondable. High school Lots of closet Alr-condl-
forming. Howell's Business College beautifully landscaped. 34&8 S24JOO. Reasonable down pay space.
376-4672 education preferred. Apply 204 218 W. Univ. Ave. 372-8441 NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4518 for ment. 920 NW 37th Terr. Phone Buyer. 372-7149. tloned; dishwasher nice yard.
SW 5th St. 372-5738. $300 down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd.
appointment. NO CLOSING COSTS FR25m.PARRISH.
f 'WANTED at once experienced TV 27 Feed fr Fertilizer for 4 BEDROOMS. 2 baths central FOR sate or rent beautiful rural _

Announcements and Pohongraph repair man. heat located In NE section. AI- home furnished. Out of tti!;
Salary. open. Reply to Box 373-A so have pool privileges. 374-1835. world for scenic beauty. Access Perfect for large young family.
I Gainesville Sun. DAtRY FERTILIZER $8.00 per Classified OnlyDEADLINES to Santa Fe lake. A heart's d'> Nearly new 4-bedroom rambler.
I I 1I yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 374- IF you plan to build and would sire for living. G. P. RIppey Established yard. Huge utility
MOVING VAN DRIVERS and helpers
3 LOST & FOUND local work experience In 5555. like a custom builders built home that'by have experienced Melrose Fla. Ph. 475-5571. room. Payments only $70.90 per PRESENTS

I loST moving desired. but not neces 28 Livestock fir Supplies the time to discuss plans' with CHOICE WESTMORELAND month plus low taxes and in-
: Red male hound. license sary. Must have good referenceson you. call 372-2527 ask for Gene ESTATE surance. Pay only $375 down.
no. 410 name Red. Call FR past work. Apply in own handwriting Tues. thru FrL papers-S p.m. Day before publicationFor Paramore. We have availableour FOR sale by owner reflnancable, Total price 'lust $12,944.82.

'433$. to P. O. Box 434, Gainesville ,. CHESTNUT mare medium spirited ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat. 80 plans to choose from. 4 BR. 3/level. 2000 sq. ft. plus i WESTWOOD AREA Outstanding
LOST:: Pair of ladles Whit. Fla. riding horse good with cattle For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. Complete financing can be explained double garage. central heat & air- HUGH EDWARDS. INC. contemporary 4 bedroom
prescription $200. Chestnut gelding 2 yr. to you right In your own condittoning. You must see the NE 16th Ave and 15th St. 372-1551 home. Carpeted living room modem -
'. leather pouch.sun glasses.Reward.In Phone black old. needs more training. $180. (Minimum ad 4 lines) I home. For appointment call. extras. For appointment call' kitchen. Solar designed for
THE JAMES CO. NO DREAM We can't at summer and winter comfort. Central
FR 44777.COST BUYER Or. will exchange for gentle riding FR 2-1300. sleep -
horse ,suitable for childrenSee FAMILY RATES Of Gainesville Inc. night for thinking of this place. heating and air conditioning.
: : Man's Wallet at Newnans after 4 P.M. or anytime Builders of Kingsberry HomesPh. BY OWNER. 3-bedroom. 2-bath Gold fish Camellias. Azaleas. of course.
Lake near The Point. Phone MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR weekends. Ph. FR 2-8047 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c line 372-2527. nltes 312-7<<11. home at 1605 SE 2Sth Place. Banana Shrubs In front yard.
) FR g-5778. Reward. Insertions .............................................. 22c line Fenced In back yard. Central Beautiful oaks. orange trees carport LITTLEWOOD AREA Modern
North Central Florida Depart- REGISTERED three year old Insertions .............................................. 17c line heat. Available April 25. $300 two car garage stables. 3 bedroom. 2 bath masonry homeIn
; 4 Personalized S.rvlctt ment store has opening for experienced Hereford bull. Good breeding 12 Insertions ............................................... "c line TALKABOUT down. no closing cost. $82 per large living room with fireplace tip top condition. Priced under
Men's and Boy's Wear Reasonable. Phone FR 6-3371. Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate.. earn- moo Phone 372-4527. dining room walk In pantry. 15000. Immediate possession,

Buyer. Salary $400 to $400 per ed x number of Insertions.\ ACROSS from Univ. Hospital on Nearly 2.000 sq. ft. of living too.

LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at- month. plus Bonus. Apply In S.W. 13th St. split level 3-2. space. 14 minutes from Gaines
tentlon to nervous or elderly. person or writing giving complete 30 PETS & SUPPLIES LOCATION Lv., Rm.. Do. Rnx. den with 1 ville. Price-Low. FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom "
Easy Way Driving School. FR resume to Wilson Department bedrooms & bath en lower level bath masonry home en
2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. Store Inc. Gainesville. I Five letter wordS per line You woW find a better location which can be rented. IT'S VACANT-Phone FR 2-2511 quiet dec street. Two air
CHIHUAHUA puppies AKC reg. 3 than this pre-owned rambler. KITTIE FEIBER to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath uni Very modern
IN GAINESVILLE. Ira beautiful Easter gifts select Your children can play In the home on large comer lot In kitchen.
I ODI'S PHARMACY MARRIED man age 25-55 for combination yours early. Mrs. Ballenttne 8 Pt. Same as 2 lines large. established yard or nearby Wilbur Nights Bishop.weekends Realtor FR FR 4-7108 4-5081 beautiful residential area Closeto
lit Central Plaza E. Univ. Ave.CHIHUAHUA ordinary typeSame.as at the Metcalfe or Howard
Insurance debit. Experience 2005 schools and shopping. This FINLEY AREA Lovely 3 bed
(next to Wlnn-Dixle) helpful but not essentiaLCall Bishop school playground. 3- home has large Florida room. room, 2 baffw centrally h.at
For prescriptions & cosmetics 372-7167 for Interview. STUD SERVICE 12 Pt. 3 lines bedrooms all featuring builtinwardrobes. McKINNEY extra large kitchen with built-in and air conditioned home

D.L. DRUGSTORE NEEDED WlfHIN 10 ordinary type 2-fully tiled tub baths. range and oven. 2 car carport of the nicest lots In Florida
GREEN
SALESMAN wanted; Altracti'proposition parquet floors thruout. separate and many other desirable fea
4 Par
6 SPECIAL NOTICES to Insurance salesman DAYS. 18 Pt.ordinary lines dining area $15,000 $550 down tures. Priced at $22,000 with good
or real estate salesman. Call 376-9029 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. type Includes closing cost. FHA. DEATON financing available. NEW WESTSIDE residential
Call 374-3507 for appointment. and 372-5121 after 6 p.m. fc week.
EDWARDS subdivision soon opening. Acre
IACRIFICE
equity In like new I HUGH REALTORS
ends.
Dial FR 2-2511 to this 3 lots paved outside city
1944 model white automatic Zig SALESMAN for sales and service. Pt. see Itreet
Zag sewing machine In Console Married man preferred. Salary GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC reg 24 Same ..s 5 lines INC.NE bedroom. 2 bath home In desirable limits. May you more

cabinet. Does everything. Reason and commission. Apply Manager, istered. Pedigreed. X-ray parents. ordinary type 16th Ave. t 15th St. Large Modern HomeThis N.E. location on extra large about this restricted area.
for selling leaving town April Singer Company, 214 West University Guaranteed. FR 4-2380. lot. Included are built-In range
1st. Assume payments. $4.25 per Ave. FR 2-1551 3 B.R. 2 bath HOME has and oven dishwasher disposaland RANCH ETTE homesltes. too. Approximately -
month. Balance $43. Phone 374- FOR sale purebred Pointer bird more than 1,900 so- ft. of floor 2 room air conditioner. FHA 10 acres each. L
2351. after 4:30 p.m.FOR BOYS to sell pepsi colas at the dog puppies. Call FR 6-3300. The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one space In main part of house financed and ready to go. cated on Newberry Ro.
game at Fla. Field Sat., March COCKER Spaniel puppies. AKC incorrect Insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement ExceptionalBEFORE Central heat Oak strip floors DAN BYRD $500 down i years .
SALE r x 10 pool; 10' 21st. Contact Mr. Tanner Pepsi "Little Beauties". Also to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied Double carport Price $24.5Ct
Schweln girl's bicycle reg. $35. by the Item to the advertisement. No YOU BUY you MUST Good Call FR 2-
will
training Cola Plant. 1950 NE 27th Ave. for adjustment financing -
Stud service & dogs ASSOCIATES
wheels f metal' slide. 10 miles grown be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of SEE this Immaculate 3 bedroom 3617. M. M.IPARRISH
cot on Mllhopper Rd. Julie Zim ROUTE SALESMAN. experienced; sale. Call 4812362. the advertisement.The home located In a very desirableNE INC.

merman. cigar and candy preferred established FOR sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male screened residential porch neighborhood.Front oak floors.. Investors DuplexLooking Jack: DeYot Broker ,
route; Gainesville or and female. $50 for both. Call Associates:
DRIVER wanted to drive couple to Pal atka area. Cash bond required. FR 64539HEALTHY Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege: of revising or attached garage. beautiful shrubbery for a property with an Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway
Chicago or Minneapolis April Ut. Must live In territory work. jecting any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal and trees and corner lot make Income? Let us show vow ttjls Chrlawne Stone
Wm. Well FR 2-7440. 1214 SW ed. Apply Lewis Candy & Tobacco puppies Collie. Beagle change the classification of any advertisement from that this well kept property a REAL duplex In excellent resldenUil -FR 2-25" 825 N.W. 13th Street
2nd Ave.. Apt. 29. Co.. 314 W. South St.. Orlando I Basenll. mixtures. $12 each. dered to conform to,the policy of the paper. r"l BUY at $10,000. ONLY 3 per cent area wifh an Income potential Member Multiple Listing AND ASSOCIATES INC
rRY DIADAX TABLETS Fla. Call FR 2-1987. DOWN plus closing costs. CALL of $140.00 per month. Located lust MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
(formerly
H. Hill Helen Graham
US NOWI
Dex-A-Dlet). New ;3 blocks from new Federal BuildIng Way
name. same RETAIL SECURITY MAN must 2 PUREBRED Beagles for sale. 1 and downtown Galn .vllle. J.W.Kirkpatrick Mary Parri
formula.'IV Store 37 N. Main fSc. Canova's St. Drug be over 21 years old experience male & I female. 6 weeks old mwpoti-! --_ r _...'" 3 $200 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry We have another duplex In Northwest If NE First St. Tel. -
needed national concern. $25 each. Call FR 4-1074. home with oak floors tile bath. with monthly' I Income of $175.
IILLCREST Memorial' Park. Choicelot. good salary & benefits. Start 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole carport. fenced backyard and One apartment Is furnished and YOUNGAMERICA
2 graves. Call FR i-osu Gainesville area. Excellent FOUR lovely young cats need goc i paved street. ONLY $11.600. No building Is In excellent condition..

anytime Sunday. After 4 week chance for advancement Send for home. one calico. Tel. FR 2-1804 :OR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. QUALIFYING NECESSARYI Both are low priced with substantial AIR-CONDITIONED for the sum
right person. resume to after 5 p.m. NEW 3 bedroom. CCB, sa.995.I financing available to qualified -
days. Box 379-A. c/o Gainesville Sun. home located In Westmoreland mer weather that Is on the
FOR sale purebred Beagle pups $450 down. $45 month. Phone Estates. On city sewers pavedSt Excellent new listing for those buyer. Call 372-3617. way. Entry hall.. lovely large
UE to divorce I have a like Day 495-2441. Night FR 4-4311. Interested in INCOME PRO- living room. dining family
BOYS PART-TIME and cross-bred. Cheap price. 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family room
new 1944 model Zlg Zag. Automatic James Kennel. Phone 473-4958 Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. PERTY. Three bedroom. one Must Sell room with tile floor three HOMESPRESENTS
16
WHITE. to 18 to make public
sewing machine: that HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2. Central bath house with attached two bedrooms two tiled baths sky
Keystone Heights. heat built-in kitchen including
does everything. We would like survey no experience necessary. Bath central heat with fire bedroom one bath apartment.Both This spacious home must be lighted kitchen. Reasonably
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
some one to take up paymentsof Must have neat appearance. J1.25 place. NW 47th Terrace. Price furnished. Call us for In- sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large pan- priced located In popular
$4.00 per mo. Ph. 372-20$1. per hour to start. Apply Hotel 33 LOTS FOR SALE 15900. walk to schools close to formation on this fine pro elled Fla. room. Living room and Angle wood. and ready for NEW BRICK
Thomas ask for Mr. McCormick. CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3 BR U of F & medical center FHA Dining room 2 fireplaces _
F you want to fly. and can afford between 3:30 and 5:00 P.M. Mon l-bath SE 44th Terr. $9,500. $22,700. Down payment- 1700. Screened tile porch. This home your occupancy.LITTLEW000.Westwood.

little more than gas and day.APPRENTICE. 1 Ml. East of Magnesia Springs. Payments $45 per me. Immediate occupancy. Drive by perty.JOHN will suit you If you have a large MODEL
oil. Inquire Immediately. Opento 44th Terr. $4400. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler area.
SE OPEN
2-BR l-bath Dark
limited number for photography 66 X 193 lot. $200 cash. M. R.Tittle. Brothers. 372-9545 dally 374-9048 family and need lots of room Four bedrooms. two baths. livIng r
only. Flight $45 per ma.And Located In the preferred North
Rt. 1. Box 1110 GainesvIhie
laboratory. Mlmlmum salary to room. family room. par. FEATURES
Instructions available. a trade-in Houses. night. :
Meeting also some
west within 2 blocks of J.
train. Write letter applicationBox Fla. quet floors. Priced at $15.250.00
..... p.m. Friday. March 20th and 381-A Gainesville Sun. i Call FR 4-7444. GLADYS MERRILLRealtor J. Finley school. Will consider a FHA evaluation with $14,750.00' Fireplaces
March 27th at 1440 N.W. 44th 100 LOT. trees. ready to offer. Owner leaving
100 x and reasonable Screened porches
carport loan
Ft. for 30
i OVER MOO plus possible years.FOUR
Ave.. Gainesville or come any. CAREER OPPORTUNITY build, NW sect. on paved St. In porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-Vi SMITH town. It would pay you to Investigate Custom kitchen cabinets
time at your convenience. IF you are presently employed In city limits. Restricted. Reason bath attic fan. built In drawers :- Call 3723417.ASSOCIATES BEDROOMS. two baths Oversized bathroomsPlus

the debit Insurance business as able. Phone FR 2-0982 before 8 vanity, and storage galore 80- The Azalea Trail that Is MULTIPLE LISTING are In this modern LIbby Heights many other cut
8 Bily Sitters. Child Car an agent or supervisor and you A.M. or after S P.M. x140. Convenient to Metcalf Gainesville right now. Isn't our PHONE 372-1494 home with a large separate features
are not satisfied with your oppor- Bishop Parochial Schools. $80 City a lovely sight? And doesn't ASSOCIATESMARCELLA J. Fred Guy Virginia PO" %- dining room. The delightful
TINY TOT tunity to advance and make 34 Waterfront Property Mo. V.A. 444 percent. FR 4-2775. It make you feel like a new PARDIW. Col.! J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshi.s living room with sliding glass VA & FHATERMS
money while doing so, you should home? Let us show you our Impressive H. BUCKHANNAN Jayne Butterworth doors leads out to a lovely

PLAY SCHOOLVisit Investigate this ad. LIKE THEWEATHER selection of the finest Multiple Listing patio setting of shade trees.
If have a successful record LAKE LOTS FOR SALE
you this City has to offer. i shrubs
11 ROOM house 1\1 bath. 7 fireplaces and flower beds. A-
us and see for yourself. with present company and your. ? FORDYCEWROUGHT on'I bike lot. across menlties include central heat Walking distance to
24 SE tlh personal character and reputation 30 minutes from Gainesville. Is / home In Northwest elementary
St. FR 4-780g. investigation One. a quality from Civic Center. McIntosh and a modern kitchen with 1 Jr. High Schools, Shopping &
will stand
rigid Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom You'll be comfortable In any complete with living room Main St. Mr. Harman. $12,500. dishwasher and disposal.
PLANNED program awaits' your you will be given an lake. Good beach front Florida
weather In this new 3-bedroom separate dining room This Is all yours In the
pre-school youngster at JACK unlimited opportunity to make moss covered trees. 2-baths fully air conditioned sun-room large bedrooms tile BY OWNER. HIblseift Park Fin- $25,000.00 price range. Churches.YOUNG
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. money and advance. with one of i Hugh Edwards home. Built In baths. Alr-condltloning and central Iron and a white fence frames ley School Area. :3 Bedroom. finished
Music programs. educational Florida's most progressive combination Call WALTER STUBBS. INC. kitchen Includes General Electric heat. FHA terms available. this lovely home. Over 2.200 sq. upstairs. Fireplace. Phone J. W.
film-strips. 7:45-5:15. Mon.-FrL; Life Insurance Co. Call 376- J'14 oven and range and refrigerator. Phone 372-5393 to see this one. ft. provides a gracious 4 bed FR 2-0992. AMERICA
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. Mr. Matthews Hotel Thomas FHAor KIRKPATRICKREALTOR
Mon. or Tues. for personal In Large laundry room. VA. room home with space to/Grow ANGLEWOOD by owner. :3 BR 2
tHILD CARE. $8 per week. Babysitting terview. In confidence or writer WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Conventional. Another Is on a secluded acre In. Air conditioned and centrally bath Price $17,800. $800 down.
40c an hour. Anytime. Box 219. Gainesville. Reg. Broker, specallztng In HUGH EDWARDS of land and has a most unique heated. Call today as It has Call 372-2727. Member of Multiple Listing HOMESNW
Phone 373-7601. LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE and charming home. Northwest lust been listed $27,500. FOR 31 N. Main Phone 372-8404
AGE. :3 miles No. of Melrose INC.NE location. Four bedrooms. Call DYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. N.W. :3 BR.. bath. stove refrig. ASSOCIATES 34th & 7th Avenue
iriLL BABYSIT In my home any. Male Female GR 52981.BEAUTIFUL. 372-5393 for an appointment. 374-1234. carpeting. $12.800. FR 2-6060 or Flove Mathlasen Irene Bunnell
time. any age child. Pnone 13-Help or SuwaM.e WIt Ave. and 15th St. 4-8400. 528 NW 34th Terr. Capt. A. W. Reece, USN, Ret. 372-7070
374-8147. 140 N.!. 8th Ave. lot on the FR M551 Another one. Is the ultimate In NEW LISTING -
River' at Rock Bluff. Call 3744140. -
lAY care for children In my home. Exp. secretaries l 'teopen gracious living. Ideal location Nestled In tall trees Is this
NW section. FR 29741. Cashler-nost5S. a beautiful grounds Four bedrooms lovely air conditioned :3 bedroom.
White hous :eeper. $25 wk. CLEARED. fenced to x 200 lot on INSPECTNOW PLUS. This home has everything. 2 bath home. Charming living
WORTHINGTON BROOKE Bookkeeper salary open clear sand bottom lake 25 Make an appointment to see by room with fireplace delightful SERVICESHome

ALACHUA Exp. Waitress salary & comm. miles from town. $1,000 cash. calling 372-5393. Florida room large dining room
ABY-slftlng In private home. Exp. mechanics Phone 374-2342. and built-in kitchen. Call FOR
with fenced back yard. Loving Store trainee hi schl. grad. Bedrooms full GLADYS SMITH Realtor DYCE 8. ASSOCIATES INC.
LAKE WINNOTT 2
care. Reasonable rates. 462- Off. trainee hi schL grad. 3459 NW 16TH AVE. Multiple Listing
374-1234.
1'77. location LaCross. Fla.Employment Tree surgeon. foreman. $2 hr. mod. bath. year-round cottagefor A brand NEW 4 BR. 2 bath Associates:
Auto salesman, Exp. sale or lease by owner.Te"s. home. Every feature to delight Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon And
GR 5-2242. Melrose. BLACK ACRESA Business
Short order grill man the entire family. Pretty built-in Florence Bums Caroline Noyes
I Insurance trainee, $100 wk. LAKE house completely furnishedon elec. kit. Intercom system. doub/e 1228 W. University 372-5393 very low down payment will
Route salesman Levy Co. Lake Hutchinson. White sand carport, family room one half buy this pretty home. Three
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. bottom lake & nice white beach. acre lot. Yard sprigged and :3 BEDROOM house for sale. Homeat large bedrooms. two baths. separate
1 FEMALE HELP WANTED 120 SE 1st Ave. Best buy around. $10.000. Financing landscaped. More for your moneyat all times. Near grammar, dining room, Florida ADVERTISE IN THE Building & Repair Serve Mortgage Broker
Phone 3744234 by owner. $1,500 down. Balance $25.000. high school and shopping center. room large living room and SERVICE DIRECTORY
MAN or woman for part-time at 6 per cent. Phone FR 4147 NW 34TH ST. FR 2-5122. 413 N.W. 12th Ave. most attractively arranged floor
IEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS collection work. Must have 3-4414 after 5 p.nw or on week.endl. Just outside City. Shaded/ lot plan. $21400. Contact FORDYCE DON'S GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA
Earn up to IS per hour demonstrating credit experience. Apply In per 100 x 344 fenced. :3 BR 2 bath. 3 BR home. Ig. corner lot. $12,750 house .. ASSOCIATES INC.. 374-1234. Building a. Repair Service.FR and conventional loans. Low
J. M. Fields Credit Dept. Gor. $1,500 equity. Trade for rates. Terms to 25 1223
famous Studio Girl son. Den or 4th BR. Cent. heat. *-* 07 years.
Cosmetics. Full Part Time. Priced to sell In Gvllle. area. R. Balyeat DOGWOODblooming W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393.
or for Sol kitchen.
CAFETERIA counter man or woman 35 Houses geous 1804 Louvre Dr. Jax.
i
Phone 374-4334 after 4- needed. Apply College Inn. quick at $19.750. Is one of the many Bulldozing

EARN up to $SO a week. Full or 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone 607 NW 19TH AVE. 'FOR Sale by owner 2 BR.. bath. features you will find In this at. PAINTING
by an Architect. :3 BR block home on Ig bath home.
Designed country tractive 3 bedroom 2
part-time. No soliciting or collect calls. A HOME for Florida. Lg. open SMALL bulldozer loader dump
2 bath Ocala block home. Pretty corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW An air of comfort Is added In
walnut -
Ing. car neccessary. Call FR 61961. living area with paneling Merle trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top
built-in planters. 24 ft. shaded lot. Florida room. Large 55th Terr. FR 6-2179. the living room by a cozy fire Norma. soil. Phone FR 2-7844. INTERIOR, Exterir.painter can do
14-alel Help Wanted sliding glass doors opening onto LR with fireplace. Cent. heat. place. And a large Florida room It for you. experience.for ,
.OOK S55 Your watch cleaned enclosed covered patio. :3 BR Patto. laundry room & den. $17- in which to spend your leisure BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe : free estimate, call Mr.Gammon. .
plus $3.00 gold filled band; 2 baths. central air-condition- 500. Good financing can be ar- FREDARNOLD hours. Call FORDYCE a* AV wheel tractors. motor .
Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR FULLER BRUSH dealership average Ing and heating. soWn kitchen ranged. SOCIATES. INC. 374-1234. grader. Free estimates. W. G. 372-5829
WATCH REPAIR. 113 N. MainSt. $tOO weekly. Phone 3727117. with built-in stove dishwasherand (Buck) Johnson. FR 4-4219.

Mr. Qtts. FR 6-7137. disposal. Close to schools. UNIVERSITYREALTY PAINTING, Also Screens repaired.
$22,000. 922, NW 34th Terrace. FORDYCE'Associates window glass replaced. Phone
Wanted Female CarpentryGRADY
ECRETARY. part-time for polltW 16-Work Week days after 5. FR 4-4945. FR
cal candidate. Pleasant personality 612EXPERT

college degree preferred. EXPERIENCED Medical Technician S BEDROOM home air conditioned CABINET WORKS painting. inter. exterlor .
Please call only between I 3 desires position with private wall to wall carpeting 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. REALTORECONOMY Custom built cabinets and moldings n|lob too sa". Qul serv
p.m. FR 20013.LASSITER. doctor labo throughout the home. Draperies. M. Munroe. Broker Air refinishing and spray ice. Reasonable rates, Mr.
practicing or
MASON 4-2741. Situated on large wooded lot. Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank ConditioningART painting. Gammon.
ratory. Phone Sale prIce $14,850. $1,000 down. Roby. Roy McCann. T. C. Doug- I 1533 E. University Avenue 372-5829
tLERK for seafood market. S40 call 374-114S. Weekdays after I Phone 372- 313
AM giving up Job to spend more las. Jr. Inc.
a week. 422 NW 8th Ave. time with my baby. Must. p.m. Anytime on weekends. BALL Air conditioningHot
2 bedrooms 1 bath concrete
therefore. give up excellent :3 BEDROOM block house for sale. ( Air-Hot water) heating and CosmeticsAn
ANTED housekeeper for elderly block home with large screened Remodelng
HEIGHTSSee MULTIPLE LISTINGMrs. refrigeration. Ph. 372-1485. 15 I
for
815 maid. Call Jean 376-1183 HAZEL 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity
couple week I
per and room porch. Northwest location. $1.000
Broker Years
name and reference. and take up payments. Call FR Grace Fordyce Experience. HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea
& board. Waldo 468-1752. Mr. our 4-bedroom and 3-bed down and $45 per month. Full
Broker
Blrt. Box 4. Hampton. Fla. 2-bath CCB homes with price $9,000.HARD. Mrs. Mary Moeller "new you" at MERLE NOR NEED A NEW Florida room, ear-
room. Mr. E. W. Moeller, AssociateMr.
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. porch
patio.
port.
built-in electric stove and even. 44930.NEW Appraisal Service scre
17 Work Wanted Male Central heat. city utilities. HOMESPriced Harvey Benton. Associate Learn professional make-up ete Call It done
p TART YOUR OWN career In an Wired for television and tele- TO FINDSplit 926 West University Avenue secrets by trained beauty ex the summer months. Call
exciting business with from $11700 to $18.000 37..1236An 513 Univ. Ave. FR P.M. for free
unlimited phone. Large yards com etely level with only $450 down perts. W. 372-8049 after S
opportunities for advancement as BOY wants lob after school. 15 grassed. Hazel Heights Is In NO MONEY DOWN VA month In- FRED B. ARNOLD 2-3124. estimates.-
and $93-52 a payment.
an Avon Representative. Call years of age. If Interested please he city limits. Equipped with pay only $100 closing cludes dishwasher and disposal. Acre ofSpringtime REALTOR
Mrs. Burns FR 2-0421. call FR 2-7874. sewer lines. close to bus stop. Best terms FHA REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA EmRaysDEPENDABILITY
Three bedrooms and two baths
payment. conventional Free lifetime Swim Club Mem. SERVICE IS THE
down
WAITRESSES 1. cashier age 1835 low loans. Located on North- bership. Walk to Schools. and an easy walk to school.QUALITY Hit W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 FIREEXTINGUISHER WORD. BUILDING RE-

experience necessary. Apply 18 Schools 6' Instructions west 39th Ave.. West of 13th EDWARDS YOU MUST SEE this beautiful CO. MODELINGPAINTINGFREE
In person Aunt Jemima's Kitchen. St. Shown by appointment HUGH custom built trWevel! home. Appliance Repairs Sales and ServiceAll ESTIMTES DIAL

1414 NW 13th St. phone FR 2-3824. ___ INC. Large living room. dining room. types of Fire Extinguishers 372-7948 376-11 NOW.
S bedroom 2 bath overlooking beautiful -
masonry screen porch
CAPABLE personable secretary. 1st 1 Lesson Free home with screened porch and view of creek family room A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Pick up and delivery serviceC.
16th Ave. & 15th Street R. Thomas Ph. 374-8989
N.E.
proficient tlngIn shorthand typ.lng Harvey's Real Estate $250 DOWN terrace. Excellent neighborhood. recreation room over 3000 so> ft. First In Air Conditioning and Gainesville. Fla' Upholstery
public. If not qualified LICENSE COURSEHOWELLS 2 BR frame house located on 3721551BY Large built-in kitchen central living area. Central Heat and Appliance Repairs. FR 4-0247.
please do not apply. see NW 12th Terr. ass per month. heat. Situated on attractive land many other extras.University
COLLEGE
Mr. Jennings or Mr. Webb after BUSINESS THE OWNER In Idylewllde 2BR. scaped lot on paved street. Parker Serv. Mortgage BrokerFHA UPHOLSTER your furniture et
2 p.m. CltUen's Bank. 110 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-3507. HOMES CCB house. tile bath fam- Appli. reasonable prices. Call Sally.
E. Unhr. Ave.&ECRETARY 72-3777.. NEW 3 BR 1 BATH thy room. Call 3724001 after Area Expert Major Appliance Serv and conventional at lowest Experienced. FR w.SewingAlterations.
located on
$500 down. $45 month 5:30 P.M. $19,000.ELEGANCE ice. Prompt. Efficient t Terms to 25
& wanted. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Owner current rates.
22 Special Service SE 45th Terr.
ced In using IBM evperlen-I I moved and Is anxious for Courteous 372-4224. years. Will gladly discuss at no
CLOSE to schools. ;3 Br. in oem
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Walt to wall carpeting In large this 4 bedroom, 2 obligation. Call tomorrow.
er equipment. Must be I Can FR 2-2372 or FR 5933. carpeting many extras In this you to buy Realtor
use shorthand efficiently. Experience -LIKE NEW" That's what you'll home. $14400. 719 N.W. 19th living and dining rooms. Efficient bath family room. central heat Auto Equipment J. W. KIRKPATRICK.
absolutely' necessary. I say about clothes cleaned at ..2 I BEDROOM house on 34 acres. good Lane. kitchen with stainless steel sinks. and large storage room. FHA 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-4494 SEAMSTRESS I do sewing o all

Write box 374-A Gainesville Sun. AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 Modern conveniences. West of dishwasher built-in range and financing available. HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & FRED B. ARNOLD kinds Dressmaki W.
hr. service; free pickup and Hampton. Owner. M. A. Payne. NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 oven. Beautiful wooded lot. Un- Repair kits for REALTOR C. Asbell 3 17th Terrace
)NE lady to do canvassing four delivery AIR.WAY costs less; P. O. Box 626. Starke Fla. and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB der $40,000. HISTORIC WINDSOR. Walker exchanged Jacks. Factory authorized FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS .
hours day. Permanent
a Job. 202 5.!. 14th St. FR 5-5145. lights and
Phone 944-3794. home. City water.
Jack
Call FR 2-1447 $at. 12 to I P.M. Parcels of 3 to 29 acres Walker Hydraulic
sewers. Shown by appointment. BRAKE PH. :372-3522 Machine Repair*
Must Service Agent. HULL'S 1219 W. UNIV. AVE.
be
for neat. NW
appt. FOR SALE BY OWNER Phone FR 23824.FIRST ARNOLDREALTY $200 to $400 per acre with SERVICE ., SUPPLY 1314 S. Sing
fcANTED FURNITURE Section 9 BR 2 bath CCB MORTGAGE MONEY
woman to do genera attractive terms. Main' F R1M7
housework cook and drive car. UPHOLSTERY 1 I central neat. bultt-In appliances., TIMEADVERTISED fVt per cent Interest. Terms to CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER

2943 NW 4th St. For top quality workmanship I Large utility room dbL carport Small I COMPANY Auto Glass 25 years. REFINANCECall VICE CO. 81J W. UniversityAve.
BUILD
paved street. on sewer. Multiple Listing Member ALACHUAREALTY BUY We all
IVAITRESS. experienced all shifts. call down payment.FR. 4-4774 after 6p.m. completely 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 M&kM.31,1C5 fully repai .
opening new Steak Room. Apply 372-6142 3 BR pre-owned home Associates: Pete Sleg AUTO CLAM is our only busi- 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 Wor OU a
University Inn In person. reconditioned. Fla rm-. refinIshed Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason ness. Immediate Installation Dan Byrd
GAINESVILLE PAYMENT :3 BR.. 2 parque floors. Ideal 10- WINDOW CLEANING
NO DOWN free pickup t delivery. Add
Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge
RECEPTIONIST for dental offlc UPHOLSTERY bath. Central heat central air cation. An excellent 'value at Charlie Maye Bob Kalkman beauty 4. value to your car Sun Want Ads
with some dental assistance. not N.W. 11th St. cond. Northwest. $19.000. Call $1X700. FHA. $550 down Includes ASSOCIATES MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. WINDOWS floors

Prefer sonreone with bookkeeping I Chit Pawlse Owner 374-2927. closing\ costs. BY OWNER 3 BR. screened porch MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING 323 N.W. 6th St. FR 4-2558._ and ceU ca
and clerical knowledge. & wn.. Free Estimates nek vp and FHA financing. 4 carport. Ig. shaded comer lot. Axle T. Smith. Broker l Get Results waxe hs estimates.
NO yrs.
work. Write Box 377-A qualifying ADVERTISE IN THE expi ,
to Associate
Ing "delivery.CU low down pay. HUGH EDWARDS. INC S10U50 $49 per mo 1001 NW Mabel L. Gore Phone
BR.. 2 baths
Gainesville Sun. olv'ng ruallflcatlons DIRECTORY 2-55
c/o age 1. marital status. ment. 3009 NE 12th St. 372-4590. NE 14th Ave t U h St. 3721551. 24th Ave. FR 27112.SHk' 435 N.E. 1st It. Phone 374-2441 SERVICE .
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48 Houses for Rent Unfam. 54 Business Rentals ,6 Misc. For Sal

I: 45 Furnished Apts. I. FOR SALE CHEAP; Restaurant WATCH FOR Built to HOMES plans and spec"flatlons.

r CLASSIFICATION INDEX II I FOR RENT 3 BR 2 bam bunt-In $125 MO. formica counter and 26 stools, Norwood i IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT your Built anywhere In

SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom kitchen. corner lot. 2 t ks. from NEARLY new modem office or equipment Complete fountain. Alachua County.TOMMY .
furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 location at 3733 West Unlv. Ave. and short order equipment. 52' Cooperative apartments to
I I NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Rally Call FR 2-075 or 2-207. Mr. RIDGELL
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE St. $70 month. Phone FR 65270. Hope be built In Gainesville. For
Call 372-5738. -1113 N. Main St. Page. Information call FR 62921or BUILDERS
1 !* MemerUSBt .
Car .! TIaaaU SI WuU U B.. FURNISHED 3 bedroom bath. RENT or SALE extra Ig. house GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance .H' Inc. write; Call FR 2-4125
'5 Lest re o4 a MMhlBery Teals Water furnished, large yard. For 4 BR, 2 baths near grade & 56 Business Opportunities for your old. costly to P. O. Box 13956

4 PerseB a li e* Servleee CS BolUlnr MtterUls working couple. ,N.W. 31st Ave. high school bus line 1810 NW operate Hot water electric at about water half heater your We Trade, Homes Gainesville Fla.
I Travel Information 54 HeuehaU Ceeda and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th 6th St. Can be zoned for busI- ESTABLISHED grocery store,. real "
present cost with our LP
gas.
I Special I4 uce. a Aatlf met Terrace. Call FR 6-tS17. ness. Price 110,500. FR 6-5472 estate stock, and fixtures. Excellent Ask us. PROPANE SW Archer or Property University Park Shadow Lawn Estates
7 FlortiUB ee Misc. For Bate for appt. Lot size ,75x84x150. opportunity, reasonably: Road. FR 65110. that look
'j Sitters CUM CM n Trading Puts 2-BEDROOM furnished garage priced. Worth investigating end Apts. Custom-built bomea tired
S Places T. G* A 4Te II Article Wasted apartment 405 NW 10th St. MODERN 3 bedroom house carport investing. Robert C. Smith. DUO-Therm oB heater with fan custom-bout. If yon are ::1.
Things 8MAUTOMOTIVI 55 Fad OU Weeds Phone FR 65mEAST ; not over 2 children. No Realtor MIcanopv. Ph. 466.3120.Merchandise electric range with rotisserie. of homes with that sub-dirt-
$40 month. Next to Phillips The following ere ready for lion look. see
70 Beat Marine E,ml,. dogs. Also old doors and windows. S2-S3 _
71 Ca_. -Hut-Fish SIDE Used Cars. 462-1703. each. Ph. mornings FR 21917. occupancy. F. D. Oliver. Bid,.
IS Office E4apmest 1st. Universityand Ph. FE t-W64
?, AlrpUne .alu..ntata fer Sate 73 Maaleal Merchandise GARDENAPARTMENTS AVAILABLE FinleY April Area. 3 bedroom: WILL swap unc. coins or mint 3707 NW 21st PI. Vest .a NW 39th Ave. pad
M.bD. Hence
TJ 18 Trucks for Sale living room dining room kit- 61 Wanted to Buy stamps for cut glass and old 4 BR r.o.2 bath $800 dn. $107 the Glee Springs intersect
Track Wanted chen equipped. $80 month. FR picture frames. Phone 37l>38. per McCOY'SSPECIAL U B. See alp e* left.

.79 SO TrteUrs a Track KenUbta REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 62693. WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture -
TRADE-IN
$57 per month upGainesville's stoves, refrigerators 1021 NW 40th Dr.
S3 Trailer Motorcycles Rentals* 8co Urt S3 Lots for Sale ,* Finest 209 SE 43th Street school.rent or Outside sell, clothes. radios TV etc. Can REPOSSESSION SALE 3 BR, 1V4 bath, $400 dn. Stt.50 l J
3 BR frame near
34 Waierfrrat I FR 23937. "CURLY"
81 A.t m.bU. Repairs Fre-perty city. Clay Power. 376-2937. = per mo. E. C.
35 Bensea For Sal Furnished or unfurnished 2 Atlas portables $72. SMALL OFFICE BLDG.For .
SS Antamobtles far Bale SS Fee Sato Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart WANT to buy U.S. fc foreign 1 Kenmore, AuC ZZ $&7. to! JR. I
SS Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL CotUfes 3 I BR masonry home with gas coins, old & Rebel 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. sate, size 24x32. Has KUEHN,
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 374- new. Stamp 1 New Home Port.
37 Real Estate Exchanged $44.
loss-
Merrill, moved from present
38 Real Estate Wanted 9608. range Realtor$85 372-1494.per mo. John & Coin Shop 809 W. Univ. Ave.. 1 Elna Aut. ZZ. $90. 14518 & 4608 5E 2nd PI. g be don. Can be used aa small] Homes. Lots. Income. Bna-

3S- Oat ef Tows Property 1 BEDROOM air conditioned Gainesville Fla. 2 Singer Port. SIS. == 3 1 bath, $500 dn. $68 R tome. Price $4250.00 Can Ger-l mess and Lake Property

u SchaeU instreeHos. 4. Badness Fraperties furnished apartment. New 2 BR. partially furnished house. WANT TO BUY camping equip 1 Singer Consol $48. == per mOo old or V. Q. McCoy. FRl Farm and Aereaee. Jr.
19 Masle. Discing.M 41 Residential beano Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd 1220 N.W. 21st Ave. Call 372-8656. i ment. Phone 375-6736. 1 NecchL Supernova $84. I2-3381. Office corner N. Main! E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN.
Wanted 1incu.. 43 Farms it Acreage Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. 1 Plaff Port. $42. 303 & 313 SE 38th St. and 23rd Blvd. 638 N. MAIN ST.
14544
43 Colored Property Rentals 1 block from campus. Occupancy FORDYCESeveral WANTED an old shed to be converted 304 & 314 SE 39th St. I FR t-2032 Broker FR
EMPLOYMENT 4J-1 Colored Property Sales by February 25. lovely homes availableat Into a tree house. Call New Cabinets optional $19.up. 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $64
17 W.rk Wanted Mate this 21me.FORDYCE Toby. GR 5-5043 Melrose. IIS W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 per mo. 11,
l. W.rk Wanted FeataUU RENTALS WANTED 1 girl $10 per week, or ASSOCIATES INC.
Bales Help W..... 2 girls $15 per week, to share 926 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 WANTED one second-hand roadster GRANDFATHER type clocks $30.
11 Help-Male *r Female 44 CetUtee For Kent 2 Br. home with young divorcee. pony cart with harness. Please Misc. furniture, electric meat
U Hal Help Wanted 45 Fnnlshe Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mon. UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove contact Kathy Butler. FR 24425. slicer $25. Power mower $15. The
Apia.
Dnmatle thru Frt, or anytime week-ends. & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. Doors nailS 318 SE 2nd St. following are under construction BUTLER BROS.
48 Untarnished ApU. Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 ELECTRIC or gas ceramic kiln. and will be ready ,
U Female Help Wasted 47 Bensea for Kent Fan. EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. P.M. for appt., Contact Allen Edgar 3725395. or SINGER portable sewing machine for occupancy soon.
48 Bue for Bent- Uaf_ All utii. except gas for cooking after 6 P. M. 372-1763. $35 cash. FR 2-1557. Mr. Emer
FARMS tr LIVESTOCKZ 4* Rums for Kent & heating turn $60 mo. McKInney 2 BR. house partially furnished, son. g 3225 NW 29th Avt.
Paradeof
Fcrm E,ipmcBt M Hotel Booms Green, Inc. FR 2-3417. fenced yard screened porches, 1 WANT TO BUY pair of mattressesand S. BR 2 bath, $850 dn. $112 = 1964
51 MUe. Restate box springs twin size. FR ANTIQUE brass pine lamp tele
27 Feed Fertiliser close In garage for more Information per mo.,
28 Livestock SippBes alA Wanted Te Kent FUN LOVING BACHELOR wantsto call FR 2-1578. 6-5907 after 4 p.m., or FR 2-8441, phone box, large carved buffet -

2. Landscaping Te p Sell S3 Boarders Wanted share apt. With; same. Air ext. 38. mahagony sewing cabinet. 3224 NW 29th Ave. 1 ,
M Pets Sepplles S3 Office Desk SpaceH conditioned. Call John FR 2-6404 FOR rent unfurnished 1 side of record cabinet, solid walnut Values
J BR 2 bath $750 dn. $102 Home
Evening FR 2-8433 duplex house. Has 2 BR livingrm.
U Livestock WastedFINANCIAL Business Kentala days. 64 Household Goods single bed, 2 commodes. Western a
I kit & bath $75 per mo. Call saddle and bridle. Also odds p.mto e
DUPLEX, clean modern 2 Br. FR 2-3419 until 5 after 5
SERVICED p.m. and ends. FR a-1283. Treasure !
private yard 2060 N.W. 34th Ave. & Sun. FR 22648. APPLIANCES 3236 NW 29th Ave.
.T-A-G Chest et Fairbanks. Turn left
M Basnets OppeHeslUe* 23 Bom Special Services $82 mo. Phone evenings 3767881 Tested and Guaranteed at Gulf Station. 3 BR, 2 bath, $700 dn. $91 3 & 4 Bedrooms'
Improvements
(7 Hone U Lea 3 BR home $90 per month. 2 BR 42 Refrigerators from $39 per mo.
up
U Mortgages 24 Kadi 4k XT Service home $60 mo. Partly furnished -
per ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna
9 Ranges from $39
U Money Wasted tt Appliance A Fnmttnro SUMMER special. 1 & 2 Bedroom 2 BR home $60 per mo.; Furnished up Double stack complete. Nothing II
17 Washers from $lf
up 3301 fir 3331
apartments, well furnished,
quiet Estates
location, duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per 8 Dryers from $49 up ,else to buy. $15. Brants. I Palm View
couples only no pets. ,
mo. Call FR 67466. I 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. NW 30th AYe.
$100 U J.
Moratto, 2505
per mOo
I 4 Bit 2 bath $650 dn, $91
NW 6th St. Phone 24957. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up USED Chain Saws $50 New ManorWestmorland
35 Houses For Sale 42 Farms & Acreage UNFURNISHED 2 BR house. 10 TV Sets from $35 up up. per mo. Fernwood
4 SIt.95. We
fenced back yard 2120 NW 7th hp saws repairall
9 ROOM furnished JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
apt. $50
per chain saws t lawn
RETREAT FROM THE HEAT mo. 17 NE I3tn St. Phone 2-0374. St. Phone 372-8932 or 372-6179. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 Chain saw rentals. McCulloch mowers., 3236 & 3224 EstatesMinimum
3 LG. BR 2 bath panelled LR To country living In Los Trancos I .
UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house Wisconsin end Briggs. stratton
fireplace attached garage HW Woods. 2.4 Acres for only $365 SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat water REPOSSESSED Furniture 3 rooms, NW 30th Are.
with stove 4 refrigerator, & dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR
corner lot. aerial air conditioner Irving room, dinette & bedroom 3 bath. $600 dn. $86 ==
floors. On Ig. fenced down. Paved road frontage furs fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th 4-3411. BR.2
NW near Stephen Foster. $14500 school busses utilities. Drive Suitable single or couple only. Terrace. Call 372-8932 or FR 17 pieces. Price was $444.75. Nowl per FHA Down
$450 d.p. FR 28851. west on Newberry Rd.. turn right No pets. $75. Avail. Apr. 1. 406 2-6179. $280.00. Payments $13.00 monthly. WROUGHT Iron aV glass tables fc
SR 241, Watch for the sign on NE 6th St. $28.85 down payment. McDan- chairs 1 yr. old $57. See at 3330 & 3320 E
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2 right. 2 Bedroom unfurnished brick house. lell's G'ville Shopping Center. Gatehouse Restaurant evenings, VA D"-
NW 30th Ave. .. Nothing 'n
bath. Ig. Fla. Rm. Ig. utility "Selling Florida Since 1906" 1238 SW 2nd Ave. 5 student rms. 217 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. FR 2-4065. Call 6-5843. '
Separate living Rm. dining. upstairs Live In apt. below. 3 BR 1 bath $550 dn $79.50
area.
end kitchen. Wall to wall carpet Ralph Realtor Cover lease 8 util. with Income. FOUR Bedroom unfurnished, house, 65 Antique USED Easy spinner-type) washIng per mo. I

In living room. Glass sliding 11 W. University FOSSEY Ave. Ph. 376-1359 Ford, Box 207 Yalaha. large clean yard $90 per month. machine. Very good condI- Ask about our paint your OWl e for
door leading to large U' by 24' Phone FR 6-7142 after t P.M. tion. $60 or best offer. Call 4-5W7 1=
Member Multiple Listing FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean ANTIQUE organ for I sale. Can ,afted down payment.
ear 4
Fenced In back yard
patio.
freshly painted Orkin treated 372-6310.
port and storage area. 1325 NE 108 ACRES FOR RENT II
monthly. Water furn. Phone
p.McCOY'S
12th Terr. $19SOQ. tobacco allotment. 37&-5883. 49 Rooms For Rent WALNUT bookcase
42"
2.78 acre by 84", left Model
at
124 SE 7th St. Drive west 16th Ave. turn
on ,
LITTLEWOOD paved road, old house In ques- two drawer base six shelves I '
WESTW000tance to schools. 3 tionable condition, near Santa 2 ROOM furnished apt. for rents.c.s NICE room. close in. Private entrance original glass. Call 372-9574. 3 BR, 1 Bath Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.
all channel antenna. Off Macoma
in Skyline Fe and LaCrosse. Price $16,750. per mo. Adults only. Call Homes
BR. 2 baths home 1 Year Lease, $100 per Mo.
531 S.E. 2nd FOR SALE
472-2271 Fla. street parking. Epworth French
Heights. studY. hardwood floors, 29 per cent Down and 10 yearsat Newberry organ II

built-in Shrange & ard.d. Call 4 per cent Int. Ph. FR 4-2472- PRIVATE 1st floor efficiency 2 ,, Place. FR 22582. Call Regiency 472-4724 chair 5; P.M.oak to hall 9 P.M.tree. Inc.
teat. bade Warner W. WesemanRealtor1113N. rm bath, utilities furn. Off NICE quiet room. gentleman pre For Sale. very attractive 3- I
37WM2. Main St. street parking, no pets. 15 SW ferred. Telephone 8> carport. Call bedroom. 1-bath home. 4(17 ALL OUR HOMES ARE BUTLER BROS. Builders I

4 BR. 2 baths. CCB home. FHA :I-MODERN houses on 39 acres of 2nd PI.SUBLET. 'I 374-6571 before 1 p.m. $10 a 66 Misc. For Sale I.DOWLING'S E. University Ave.; walking OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- ,
week. distance to Lake ForestSchool JOY SEEING ANYTIME
IF
$91.27 per moo UM NW Wth land. Young pine timbers. Land Apr. 13- Sept. 131 BR ,'
UPHOLSTERY *. Price 12500. $500 YOU WILL JUST CALL.
Ter. Will pacompletely. Inside 8. outside suitable for strawberries. Located alrtond..furn. apt. utensils In- ROOM for rent. private entrance. Chairs, low
as $8. No Sales
money down and $79.50 per month.Gerald 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR MATT MEADEN Manager
For appointment to 7 ml. from Starke on SR cluded. New bldg.. near Univ. '' $10 a week. See before 1 p.m. down, low as $5 per month. Can or V. Q. McCoy a-5301 or FR a-798 ,
see call 372-0481. 225. Call Jack ,Carter Lake But- $120 mo. Phone 3727349. I' 1015 NE 10th Ave.A Free estimates pickup and delivery Jr. Day FR 6-7290. night FR

NEW home. com ler, HY 63511. HOUSE TRAILER for rent suit- COMFORTABLE front room. 3 service. All work guaran- 8-5015. Office corner N. Main Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-904.8 (1

eICefurnished; On Lake Susan FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE able for single male student. windows off street parking gen- teed. Phone 376-7786. and 23rd Bird.

25, miles from Gainesville.Low RURAL PROPERTIES Outside bath, electricity & water tleman only. Call FR 6-5953. 9 CASE Coke dry box with lift
.
down payment. Easy monthly furn. $32. Call 3767925.
doors on top. Just like Cost
new.
Informationcall C. REALTORU.S. QUIET desirable In private home.
terms. For more ROBERTS SMITH
372-8289 after 5 p.m. Hwy. 441 Mkanopy, Fla. CLEAN 2 BR trailer on nice lot Convenient to University and $486-first $200 gets It. 2 baseline NEW CONCEPT.IN :
,
Ph. 4663120FORDYCE on bus line $&5 per mo. Can be town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. Toro golf carts good for Ig.
seen by calling 372-7018. Call FR 6-5368 62100. manufacturing plant or lumber
37 Real Estate ExchangedFOR yard transportation or for golf OFFICE RENTALS
SPACIOUS two bedroom apartment COMFORTABLE room, close-In course use. Cost on these were
nicely furnished quiet maid service. use of phone, $1.325 ea. Sell one for $500, one 1. Are present management If Your
sale or trade for farm or neighborhood $90 per mOo Call reasonable. 622 NE 2nd St. for $300. Phone 372-0961. expenses too high ,
acreage. small house of 2 Br. 40 acre tract. beautifully wooded FR 6-7142 after 6 P.M. Phone 376-1423. 2. Is your present space too
& bath with green aluminum sidings southwest of town. only $165.00 GIRL'S heavy bicycle 26" for $20. small?
like new. Near N.W. 39th en acre. A beautiful ranch. with CLEAN 1 BR. Utilities furn. ex NICELY furnished rooms, convenient Call FR 6-2444 or FR 6-8870. 3. Are your secretarial services
Ave. & 19th St. If Interested magnificent' pastures water tocept electricity Fla. Pest Control to town 1 Univ. Preferbusinessmen. Inadequate Is
call FR 2-3251 Atter 6 p.nu bacco, peanut allotments and furn. Nice location $60 mo. 424 8 SW 10th St. This new concept will bring Family

3 BR. 2 bath, built-in kitchen. In timber at $165.00 an acre a NE 6th St. FR 23974. Phone FR 6-5981. NO DOWN added profits to your present

need of home In Gainesville.Will real buy on today's market. Also FURNISHED apt. clean and rea ROOMS for men Weekly maid business. Our new modem fa- '
consider equal trade or other listings available from sonable. Apply 826 NW 1st PI. service. Linens and refrigerator PAYMENTNew cilities will provide secretarial
something! smaller. Call 622-3322 $75.00 on up. Tell us what you furnished. 372-1185. service, phone service, ceglral "Growing. :
want and we'll get It.FORDYCE. .
evenings & weekends. 620 Fisher 3 BR, 2 full tile baths heat and air conditioning and
,Dr.. Ocala. & 46 Unfurnished Apts. SUMMER trimester girl student I Fla. Rm., Central heat. $115 morel Rentals from $55 per
$125. Accepted students givenpriority month Up. Call Les Jackson,
month.
ASSOCIATES for full year accomoda- per FR 6-6461. or see at 2910 NW
EXPANDto
38 Real Estate Wanted F
FIVE rooms and bath downtownarea. tions. Phone 376-0787. 372-9569 13th St.

INC. Water furnished. $60 month.
WANT TO BUY No pets. FR 2-4421 or FR 2-1633. FURNISHED room with ,private v
9U West University Avenue bath. Central heat tel. & gar-
9 or 3 bedroom home with 376-123 3 Bedroom unfurnished duplex. age. Call FR 65112.STUDENTfurnished .
family room and 2 baths. Kitchen Living room. bath and kitchen. air : anH.C.M.
must be equipped. Central 4.6 ACRES, beautifully wooded $75 per month. 4V4 miles from cooled N N j) :
heat preferred. Must be priced home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near downtown. Call FR 23419. untu room. $28 per month single $45
Mlllhopper Rd. Intersection. $9- 5 p.m. After 5, and Saturday FR double. Cheaper by the Semes
right with reasonable down pay- toO terms. FR """-' $. 22648. ter. For Information phone 372
ment. Write to Box 365-A 0481 after 9 p.m. ONLY. Home!

Gainesville Sun. 76 ACRES 3Vi ML North of City 8 .
MEN WOMEN Rooms and
39 Out of Town Property 1,000 limits.Feet 15 mln.paved to Univ.road frontage.Campus. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. apartments near- Campus. Day,HIYour ,_ J. ,

$400 per acre on terms, or $150 Week, Month. FR 6-2937; or FR

acre cash. Call anytime. 61082.
d ACRE wooded lot. 200 fr. ft. on per- LAKE GENEVA; 2 and 3 bedroom
ERNEST TEW REALTY
LG. quiet front bedroom, semiprivate N
:35 mL N. of
AlA Daytona
2910 NW. 13th St. FR 66461. houses month or year. Mathewson -
I entrance. WJ5 week. Our three and four-bedroom homes for
Beach near Marlneland. Call Manor. Call 475-2981. per are designed growing
372-3243 after 5 P.M. FR 61961.
I 43 Colored Property 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban families! Plenty of closet and storage space and our spacious
NEW home In Manatee county,
home. Plenty of room close to
near Manatee Jr. College. 20 x 90 HOMES FOR SALE school. Available April 1st. $120 51-A Wanted To Rent ; Good Luck Starts landscaped lots provide plenty of room for outdoor activities. j
screened In pool convenient to t & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & per month. Call FR 2-4957 U J.
Sarasota & Bradenton. Would SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. 3 or more bedrooms 1 or more The resident-restricted Swim Club and Community Center will
consider trade for property In ment. Some small down bathroom unfurnished house. Cal I '
Gainesville area. Ph. FR 2-6W6 men:. Monthly payment $S7 pay to LAKE WINNOTT 1 BR house. FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week When You Visit A be a hit with the, entire family too. (Membership is free with .1
for Information. $65. Also homes built on your Suitable 1 or couple $40 mo. days, or all day weekends.PHYSICIAN'S .
lot for no down payment. Lights Included. Good water. C. purchase of an H. C. M. home) Inspect our models now-
Call TOMMY RIDGELL Horwitz, 4 mU So. of Melroseon family of three desires 1
40 Business Properties Builder Phone FR 2-4125 Rt. 21. home. 3 Unfinished.Bedroom FR, 2-3021.2 bath Multiple Listing Realtor prices range from $12,500 to $17,250 and all plans are VA and -i,

OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. 43.1 COLORED RENTALS NICE cottage, oak shaded 3 FHA approved.
Main St. Formerly occupied by rooms & bath elec. kitchen. $60. 54 Business Rentals
Associates Discount. Call; 372-7470 FR 2-8181. a
SMALL furn. room with kitchen
or 372-4065. privileges. Prefer marrl e d WAREHOUSE space tor rent. Located S
620 S. Main St. Cal J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, RealtyMcKinneyGreenDeaton
couple, or 2 men. 372-7654. 602 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FORDYCE at
250 FEET se 14th Terrace. JOHN MERRILL, Realtor. FR University Realty

21494. John Merrill Agency Alachua Assoc.:
Realty
Fronting on N.W. 13th Street beginning
at N.W.Aie Ave. R Cell 44 Cottages for Rent OFFICE space for rent. Unlv, Tom Dobson Agency Arnold Realty HIGHLAND COURT s
buy. Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c: Wilbur
for developing. Bishop, Realtor Dan Byrd Agency
3 BR, 2 bath home completely
372-4351 for details.University FURNISHED 3 rooms <. bath. 3 redecorated. Available Mar. 15. per sq. foot. John Merrill Rea M. M. Parrish & Associates Arch Campbell. Realtor MANORN.F.

Realty miles ried couple from courthouse.or single For person.mar $150 per month. Call tors. 372-1494. Fordyce Associates Red Franks. Real Estate

Ph. 372-4351 FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. 2 OFFICE spaces for rent 2 room!I Warner Weseman Ralph Fossey
1115 N. Main St. $55 per month. Inquire 31 N.
Main or call FR 28404. Ideal for front office. 1 roonr Gladys Smith Realty N.F. Blvd. & 11th T ce
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FOR SALE OR LEASE 16 ACRES. with back entrance. Will rent -
926 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 3761236.
and 372-3471 J
with 1 acres zoned business 500 I SMALL furnished cottage & trailer separately or all together. Cal, Builders Developers
ft. hwy. frontage. 3 bedroom,, for rent. Ideal for working couple. 3 BR. 1 bath block house. LocatedIn 376-1480 or come see betwee Gainesville Multiple Listing Realtorss
furnished house. INTERESTED Moore's trailer court 2330 E. Newberry Fla. $55 month. 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. ,.
Call 2-4957. Univ. Ave. 376-8164. FR 21865. 624 N. Main St.



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.. Mbc. Fee So" 66 MIle .For s.',. 70 ......Marl.. Eeyrf lp. 77 MeUIo Homes for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I I 85-1 Automobiles Wanted -a a.

BRING out the best in your car. 19 63 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B.
TAPE RECORDER for sale' Re: DINETTE set $28. Bedroom furniture 1 I FT. open-cock pit. offshore. 't\, 4T x Itf 2 BR. Richardson. Superior! Auto painting & body P.W. Radio and heater. $400 down
S cordto Special by Wiicox-Bay 59 175. Chest S22 dresser S24 fiberglass boat complete controls like new S2JM or best offer. work. Fast dependable service; anti take .over payments. FR WANTED. 1950 thru 154 Fords
model excellent cond $40. Ex- Gas stove. Like new condition.FR lights. 10 & S gal. tanks. Call FR 6-2970. free pickup, delivery. WRIGHT'S 2-562i. After 6 P.M. and Chevrolets. See et Herndon Opening Specials I
if 40 tilt trailer. skis. BODY WORKS, 2031 NW 6th St. Service Station. 916 S. E. 4tfi
h.p. Johnson.
t eetlent for parties speeches high t-0410. 10x45 1958 2 BR Archer 58 RAMBLER station wagon nk Street.
achool student. CIII Gary W l- ski ropes. belt life preservers FR 49707.PRIVATE
looking Inside 8. out. needS
... Hams 372-9410. UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF tele- & ladder. $1,100. Phone 372-5738. Rd. Village. Lot 10-F.
owner must sell 1963 some repair. st. trans. Very reasonably -
vision and If
,11bIP4ETTE SET solid maple. don't have appliances.It. we'll getIt.we. BURFORD'S 1956 30 x r Vagabond trailer. Pontiac Bonneville. 4 dr. hard top, priced. 1961 Cusnman 87 Automobiles W....., 59 RAMBLER. Custom Deluxe AT. .

drop with leaf foam with chuslons.glass top.V*4 chairs price. tween Wheeler's Melrose Discount and Store Keystone.be- MARINE CREMEA reasonable Mobile price.Home Located Park ProGress onHWY' .tion.fully Call equipped.376-2896 Excellent after 5:30.condi or Eagle SSO.scooter.Phone needs 3765813.MUST some repair R60H . . . . . . $795
I Marine polish to be used on 441. 4624MO. all week-end. COMPACT from private owner
$75. 376-3520. Route 21. 475-2401. fibre glass plexiglass chrome sell excellent '57 Chrysler win pay cash. Please call FR 58 RAMBLER, Std. R&H . $7.00 Wk.
and marine finishes. Pint size. 963 CHEVY II Station Wagon. Saratoga. 4-dr. sedan. P. S. P.
LESS THAN WHOLESALE LIKE NEW 1964 model G.E. stereo SHOP FIRST J-001X between 1-3
$1.48 Save Air conditioned. auto. trans., B. auto. Trans. Radio heater, p.m. 57 MERCURY. AT. PS. PB. R&H $8.00 Wk.
electricand Beg. $2.95 Special
NEW used and rebuilt console. $100. Phone FR 28886.OR THEN discover why 10 many drivea radio a heater. three' seats $495 or make offer. 466-3437. LASSITER MASON

standard manual typewriters adding and machines portable \ sale: 24" boy's bicycle. $14.- BllVpORD'S LEATHERETTE Display little and with save SMALLEST a lot. LARGEST over. white less than side 5 walls.mos. old.4,000$100 miles casX 58 FORD Std. R&H . . $8.00 Wk.
*. Check writers of all types. 'S; Tricycle 93.95s Maple youth head. 15' to 58 long. 1. 2 or 3
J We buy used equipment of all bed. 112.15. FR 2-5118. Reg. $1.25. Special CREME.45c. Save 40c. bedrooms. IVi bath expendables 8171 take I up to payments.S-372-5738 Call after 372-5 58 FORD, 4-dr. HT. AT. R&H. PS $8.00 V/kl
types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR J- CROSBY FIBERGLASS etc. P.M. I
2-0943 flay or night. boat with 50 hp. Evlnrude motor METAL GUARD OIL SPRAY SEEThe FRESH SHIPMENTOF 56 OLDSMOBILE HT. AT. R&H. PS.
rust and 4-
1957 CADILLAC Sedan deViiie
Lubricates prevents
FOR SALE, Homemade teen-age Good, both buy In at excellent$1.100.. condition.May be penetrates. Reg. S1J9. Special LEISURAMA Fabulous 24 EASURAMA wide and and 17 dr. hardtop. fully equipped Including .I PB . . . . . . $7.00 Wk.
doll clothes for 11VV dolls. Call 95c Save 94c2MAN : factory air. cream puff.
'I FR a-9738. seen at Gttor Marine. LIFE RAFTSelf wide. delivered Total cost and of set our up contracts are- $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see. NEW 1964 56 CHEVY. V-8 .AT. R&H . $7.00 Wk.

14 boat trailer $25. DELTA 10 inch table saw and Inflating 500 Ib Bouyancy less. AVOID future Heartaches '60 V.W. convertible New top; new
12 or utility
Also Kenmor. electric dryer In' moider. Sacrifice. Phone 466- 3* x 54". Use for fun or safe- get the REAL FACTS. tag; new floor mats. A-l Throughout 56 FORD. V-8 AT, R&H . $7.00 Wk. .
good condition. $40. Ph. 481-2362. 3130.PAIR ty. Reg. $98.50. Special $.49. Save BRAD and DAD. Larsen $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4
1 officer's dress riding $39.50 plus a life or two (Possible Like to work and you'll benefit. p.m. RAMBLERSArriving A GOOD SELECTION OF OTHER CARS
FO D-A.WAY bed S12 Ig. mirror boots. size 8-D. 1 pr. officers ). LAKE GENEVA
$12. 3-corner cabinet $7; 2 whatnots IMPALA convertible. Excellent :
field riding boots. size 8-D. 1 BAIRD'S MARINE MOBILE HOME SALES
condition. 1951 Chevy. good con
150. Phone 4-4169. target shooting coat. "Aristocrat"size 601 S. Main St. FR 2-8531 1 Mile S.E. of Keystone Heights dition. 374-3112 after 6. BILL
42. All excellent condition. HOLDER Motors
ELECTRIC range $40. bench saw on route 100. Open evenings and
$50. lolnter. motor. scout uniforms phone FR 64220.ANTIQUE 60 CLASSPAR Cabin Cruiser. Sunday. IMPALA, 1960 4-door sedan. Power
35 Johnson Electric. WeeklylWide
H. P.
brakes power steering automafic -
$5. rush squares cotton carved walnut
heavily Trailer and Misc. equipment.
transmission. Radio and
rugs table lamps. FR 6-4994. library table from the estate of $950. Phone FR 4-3SS4. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE
neater. FR 2-3807. or FR 62694.PRIVATE 4106 NW 6th St. FR 6-8465
Dorothy Dlx. SI 00 or best offer.
FOR SALE riding lawn mower. FR 6-4454. 17 FT. Span American with' 15 I' OWNER has 1963 Selection of 6's and V-8's in all series.
elec. starter $60 bicycle $10; hp Mercury. Tilt trailer. MotorIn 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton VI,. 'I'' Chevrolet Impala 2 dr. hardtop.
Phone 376-7326. FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 excellent condition. Boat has type truck. Has been serviced V-8 standard shift. black R 81
I Firestone 12 h.p. outboard motor Biminl top. cruise tanks. Ride completely on monthly ached- ,
COMPLETE HO train track and H. WW for sale. $2200 owed $84 I
transmitter.' Mounted on stationary IU6.T5; 1 Phllco 12.3 cu. ft. re guide steering. amp. and water ".'_. STOO FR 2-U61. monthly will accept clean 1957 BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL
frigerator. S179.95; t cu. ft. Phllco pressure gauge. Marine horns. title.
with clear
board. All In good condi- car foxequity ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN
Call FR refrigerator $135 1 Phllco port. railing and compass. WILL DEAL. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals Call 376-8819.
tion except engine. T-V with stand. 1195; .12- 2. FR 4-2085. Boat can be seen at BUILT CAR!
6-3147.
pece: drill sets. S12.9S ea. Firestone 318 NW IJth St. BUY SATISFACTION
Toy Tomorrow
FRIGIDAIRE Ironer. heavy duty., Stores. 304 W. Univ. Ave. RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn
cruiser.
good condition. cost $200 Sell 1r FIBERGLASS Cobia the USA. from United Rent-
a rebuilt 55 HP Homeiite motor. Murray
on
WANT to get stung
I $50. Phone 443-161. washer? Call FR 64267. trailer. completely equipped. I Ails. 625 NW 8th' Ave. FR 6-2835. 63 COMET. Villager radio heater luggage rack.

FOR SALE one complete Cub A-l HANDYMAN SHOP months old. $1795. FR 2-3742. TO MEET OUR QUOTA Factory air conditioned . $2195
Scout uniform with Cut Scout T- First In Appliance Repairs 16' Regal Royal ovemighter with 83 Motorcycles & ScootersFOR

shirt. Call Bobby FR 2-0673. MOVING. must sell. LR.. DR.. BR.. head and trailer. $550 Small During the Month of March Ridgwey Motors
ADDING machine $39 Typewriters furniture. Miscellaneous Items. fishing boat. needs minor repair SALE 1964 Honda Hawk is offering the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allowance 62 FORD Falrlano 500 2-dr, automatic, radio, heater.
$1 -25J 3 speed record player $9> Phone FR '- 142. $30. FR 21150. Motorcycle 250 cc. Like new over! Factory air conditioned $1595
ke cream churn $4 ping pong S575. Call FR 4-25U after ':00
45 RPM records NEW remote cont. console T-V
table etc $"; P.M.
SOc a doxen. Inter-corn $19 fans* S235.00 w/t 72 Office Equipment 61 RAMBLER Classic/ radio heater factory air
books. picture frames S. household New West. port. W' T-V S12MS 1)61 VESPA motor scooter mechanically con-
rummage. Brant's. 513 NW w/t GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office Good. new paint asking Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's ditioned . $1995
Sth Ave. New stereo" console T.V 119.95 99.95 w/t w/t supply dealer ChesnursOffice $75. Phone 376-5838 after 7 P.M. $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons!
New 36 port.
MY mommy has dresses six size she 14 wore"A" HICKS RADIO APPLIANCES to come Equipment In and shop.Co. Invites or call you for 1957 ALLSTATE scooter. In good 60 FORD . $695 59 PLYM . $595

line last maternity Spring patterns.! also If several your mom-maternity FENCING.ically treated 16T of post.wire.Small end household chem- free Equipment delivery.Co. Chesnut's 106 W. Office Univ. body running repair.condition.US. Call Needs FR 4-4014.little thetiest 59 FORD . $595 59 BUICK $1295

my needs them have her call Items. Cafe curtains. Throw Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.TAX 1962 50' cc DUCATI. Good condi RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
4-5907. rugs. FR 2-5494. TIME. Adding machines and tion. $95. Call FR 20659. after I
HOTPOINT DISHWASHER With calculators. New and used. Park 6 p.m.
THE BEST coals less. Broil with meat cutting board. $55. Phone er's Complete Office Outfitters.The Crane Lincoln-Mercury
1132 S. Main St.
your broiler door closed. no. FR 2.1150.KENMORE. only authorized Olivetti 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS FR 2-8433
smoke or fumes In your Iitthen.Call Underwood Agent In Gainesville.
Fullgas. your Phligas Distri automatic washer. good Ph. 372-2555. 601 W. Univ. Ave. 63 RamblerClassic "It's Easy to Trade With Crane Uacoln.Mercury"
butor. 376-5392. condition. $50. Call after 6 p.m SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP 4-dr '660'. automatic
GERTS a gay girl-ready for awhirl FR 23469.FEDDERS. 73 Musical Merchandise Your car's pep & power show air conditioned heater power 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-3631
after cleaning carpets with 1 hp alr-cond. $65; up with a tune-up at BROWN'S steering like new in and out.
Blue Lustre. Rent electric Peters baby stroller S10 Babee ORGAN SALEOf SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed
shampooer $1. McDanlelt Furniture tenda table $15; Little Brown Christmas Left overs. All recapping & wheel alignment' $2395
I Co. Gainesville Shopping Ice chest $15. FR 22248. new organs. Savings up to 30 I 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310. Check ArdenStr'sA T
Center. per cent. Earl's Piano Co.
MAKE AN OFFER 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 : 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 63 Rambler
FOR SALE 50 Vacuum cleaners In good wVtng ?-
Pansles In Bloom order. No reasonable of.er ORGAN used. Hammond spinet 4-dr Classic '443 station wagon
$1.00 per doz. Phone 372-0821 refused. Example: GE Vacuum with tone cabinet. Bar CADILLAC Sedan 1954; Above automatic heater. Individual
I
reclining seats. Very low
Sold for $75. now $10. average fully equipped everyThing very
CLOSE OUT SALE THE KIRBY CO. gain $795. Gridley MusicCo. works Including air condi mileage. NEWI
On Wallpaper. 98c: a Roll 712 N. Main FR 6-7110 or 6-1117 FR 2-5353. tioning. $300.00. FR 2-1370 after $2495 B&G
PAINT CO. 5:30.
HARPER
ALL channel T-V antenna complete FOR SALE 120 bass accordion. B
19 S.W. 7th St. 372-436S I $15 clean double bed $J': ,Iat.. E flat clarinets. Phone CHEVROLET 1941. Good condition.
refrigerator $22 apt. Gavstr. 372-2715. Phone FR 2-0711 or 2-7315. 62 RAMBLERCustom
$22 platform rocker $8; buffet t
$29 china cabinet $9; cedar CHEVROLET 1958 wagon. 4 dr. 4-dr. Sedan. automatic -
SALE ON wardrobe $29 Chest of drawls: Automotive You can buy this for only $8 radio i, heater air cond I Itloned
$8; 6 x linoleum $3.50 trench a week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H power steering Individual -

NURSERY STOCK doors $11 used furniture bouc I\t i Motors. reclining seats. A beautiful 63 BUICK . . . . . . $3395 MOTOR CO.
AZALEAS tW value In large and sold. Brant's. 513 NW 8th a 77 Mobile Homes for Sale I.Ii CHEVROLET. 195C 4 dr. This car carl I LeSabre 4-dr, air conditioned, automatic radio. heater power I
cans full of bud t bloom $3Ca. Ave. Is going for only $8 a week. $1695 | steering. Extra nice.
gal. cans. model T-Vj four speed Call Bill 372-3749. H & H
Drive
KRUME li INDICA from SOc 17"portable TABLE phonograph. Both need Ii OBEY little to THAT save IMPULSE.a lot. Below mar a Motors. 62 PONTIAC . . . . . $2995
up. very minor reoairs. Movlna ket clean. Lake Geneva Trailer 62 RAMBLERAmerican Grand Prix Sport coupe loaded Including air.
CAMELLIAS EVERGREENS. 376-0266. Sales. Rt. 100. SE KeystoneHts. CHEVY 1955 Bel Air, like new
HEDGE PLANTS. PALMS. sell cheap. ., Fla. condition. 4-dr., radio & heater. 4-dr station wagon 62 RAMBLER . . . . . $1095
TREES.FRUIT ..TREES.DOGWOOD.See SHADE. standard shin. 450. FR 2-7255. radio heater. an extra nice 4-dr. Classic standard shift.

these plants for ovallty. r 40MODELS CADILLAC 1962 convertible full buy 62 CHEVROLET . . . . . $2195
power & air. $500 for my equity
O. C. CARNES WANTED to purchase assume balance, less than 13.- $1295 Convertible. standard shift radio. heater.

NURSERY from prvots party lot ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE 000. 3465 NW 1st Court. FR 4-8024. 61 CORVAIR . . . . . . $1195

Florahome, Fla. for ApartM.nt. Eco. SMALL FROM LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT.PRICES, CORVAIR 1963 2-dr. auto, trans. 62 FORD 700 4-dr., one owner automatic transmission radio. heater.

Located on Hwy. 100.. 28 ml. 376-4167 MART and heater & tinted glass. $100 cash Cat Late model Falrlane 500 V.. 60 CHEVROLET . . . . . $1495
E. of Gainesville between Keystone nomicil. TRAILER assume payments.
Heights t> Pal' tke. Phone FR 37567 after 6 P. M. engine, automatic transmission I Impala 4-dr. hardtop. One owner, automatic radio heater. 63 OLDS, 88 sedan, factory air cruise con.
328-1050
U4-56A5. night M4-5520. Hwy.OPEN 17.WEEKDAYS Phone DODGE 156 2-tone blue & white beater.. power 2.000 steering honest mites.radio, PLENTY OF '58 6' '59' CHEVROLETS trol, electric windows . . . $2995

UNTIL 9 p.M. 4 dr. R & H. A.T. w/w. One I AND OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM 63 BUICK Electra
owner. Must see drive to ap $1695 225. Htop sedan factoryair
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 preciate. FR 2-9772.
EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA white, full power . .. . $3595

To The Public" FORD.engine. 1963.$350 equity Fast Back for ,$1150.big 61 VALIANT ARDEN STREIT MotorsNW 63 MONZA bucket seats, auto. trans., white

"Now Open WYATTTrailer And take up payments. Phone red interior . .
FR 6-3829 after 4. 4-dr Sedan automatic transmission . . . $1995

FORD 1956 Courier station wagon heater. clean. premium 63 FALCON, station wagon, radio, heater
REPOSSESSED SEWING clr. 16th Ave. & Main St. Ph. FR 2-0U6
SalesHome for sale cpeap. In good con- standard shift
dition. Phone 374-3645 anytime. $995 28.000'miles . $1895

MACHINE SALE of FALCON. 1963. $200 and assume 62 CADILLAC, Fleetwood factory air fully
Pacemaker Mobile Homes low payments. Will. trade. Cal 'local'
equipped Low
Shasta and AIrstream FR 2-3562 days. 60 Chevrolet one owner. mileage. En-

"LOOK" SINGER Ocala's Travel First Trailers Mobile Home FORD. 1957 2- oor. Good running -passenger station wagon. automatic joy owning the best . . . $4295
AUTOMATIC Dealer Since 148 condition. $150. 372-0481 for appointment radio. heater low mile- 62 CADILLAC Sedan de Ville.
Blvd. Nlcel 1964 GMC factory air.
J White Automatic 1963 ZIfl 1923 Silver Springs to see. 18M N.W age NEW
SLANT NEEDLE
Our
Zag. Like new. Does every Phone Ocala.29-1358 Fla. 38th Terrace. $1395 best seller. Universally admired & accepted

thing.' $7.10. e month. Full ZIG ZAG FORD. 1953. 2 dr. radio & heater. PICKUP TRUCKSs1763 . . . . . . $3995
be). due (44.I makes buttonholes. sews on '57 VICTOR 49-xr; 2O"x9" alum. stick shift very clean Inside .
buttons. yarns. weaves monograms awning; air conditioner washer. out. Call 376-1944. > 60 RAMBLERSuper 62 OLDS 98 htop sports sedan, factory air,
makes all fancy Excellent cond. 372-7132 or see
I "A REAL BUY" stitches.or Sold for $249.50 new. Lot 4j Paradise Trailer Park MERCURY 1956. 4 dr. hardtop. 4-dr.. radio heater. au- fully equipped . . . . $2895
Small baL of 17 .oo. Cask or after 5 P.M. Weekdays. loaded with extras for $8 e week. tomatic transmission. Tutone 62 OLDS station
payments. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors. green with matching Interior. wagon power steering &

1944 buttons.Kenmore Zlg makes Zag.buttonholes Sews _ _ 1944 NOW MOBILE SHOWING HOMES PLYMOUTH 1952 radio heater. 5 new tires. Extra nice car. brakes, 'low mileage. Excellent cond. $2595

on fancy stitches. S400 aNEW HOME 2 Plans.and Terms 3 bedrooms.tailored all to Floor meet good tires good gas mileage. $995 62 BONNEVILLE PONTIAC, htop sedan.
Neat
month. Full bal. due to. as a pin. $195. Call .FR
_ ELEC. PORTABLE your save a budget.lot at Drive a little and 4-4351 evenings. 59 FORD LOW DOWN PAYMENT Factory air, full power. Beautiful green with

CONNOLLYMobile PONTIAC 1955. two tone paint Country Squire ,-passenge matching solid vinyl tnterior . $2695
AUTOMATIC 1963 model. like new. with all Home Sales. Inc. loaded with extras for $8 a radio, heater LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
[ station wagon. i 61 CADILLAC convertible
attachments. Two-tone factory air black
green.
,
2 Miles North on U. S. 441 week. Call Bill 372-3749. H ft H automatic transmission power ,
ZIG I ZAG $55.S400 e month. Full baL due Closed Phone Sundays 422-8164 Motors. steering and brakes. Factory leather interior. One owner . . $3195

RAMBLER. 1963. Classic. White. air conditioning. 61 OLDS 98
htop coupe. Factory air fully
1944 model. does everything. 58 GREAT Lakes for sale excellent Radio and heater. power steer $895 Tropical Pontiac
Has drop in cams for fancy UNIVERSAL condition. Phone 372-4400 Ing. 2 door. Original owner. equipped, sparkling/ white. Exceptional. $2195

stitches. $5.00. e month. FullbaLdui$33. ZIG ZAG after 6 P.M.McMURRAY SU95. FR 2-5992. 61 F85 OLDS deluxe sedan. Factory air,

Mobile Home Sales. SPRITE 1961 excellent mechanically GMC Truck Center
Semi-automatic. Does 8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR. used lake chassis clean Toneau RIDGWAYMOTOR power steering. .Economy performance &

$6.00 a month. every.thing. Small or house trailers from S1.295. 1 cover side windows. good top. 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 quality . . . . . $1595
bal. due S41.90. office 3 mU Trailer So. of Starke for rent on 301.or sale.,44- ser Clean FR car 4-3211.reasonable extension price. 5629.Wis- CO. 61 OLDS, 88 htop sedan. Power steering &

0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. after 5 p.m. L weekends FR brakes. Sharp . .
ALL ACCOUNTS HANDLED LOCALLY . $1995
26295.VAUXALL 1132 S. Main St. ,
SERVICED and FULLY GUARANTEEDby Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices. 61 CORVAIR sedan, radio, heater, auto
SAVE S1000-S15000 condition. 2-8433
1951. good FR
UNITED SEWING CENTER BANK FINANCINGNEW $195 cash. Call 372-4409. trans . . . . . . $1095

The Credit AdjustersCALL ments.low down & sm. mOo pay- VOLVO PV 544. 1961 good con- PLENTY OF NO 61 FORD station wagon. Clean. V-8. auto

Town .. Country Trailer Sales dition clean. radio. 8> heater DOWN PAYMENT trans . . . . . . $1495
FR 372.7255.VOLKSWAGEN.
FR 2-2051 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2290 $1025
CARS. 61 FORD Galaxie. Victoria htop sedan factory
,
SPRINGSPECIALS
ATTN.: Dealers place bids as usual TWO bedroom house trailer S900 1963. AM-FM radio. -
one bedroom house trailer S750. Seat belts. White well tires. air, V-8, power steering . $1295
Can be rented. Phone 3744234. Like new. SU95. Call 3724698.
61 PLYMOUTH station 6
Monday to Friday to 5.i1k wagon cylinder
radio heater, auto trans. good condition -

sedan II I . . . . . . $1095
DART
i1k DODGE I 60 CADILLAC, Sedan de Ville. factory oir

low mileage. Outstanding condition $2795

(Includes Heater S I 60 CADILLAC sedan factory oir, full power.
WorthRepeating" 19 9 500
"It's Platinum .. .... .. ...... . $2695

SPECIAL AT I 60 OLDS, 88 convertible white . $1595

I 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY 63 DODGE Polara 4-dr. hardtop. Torque- I 60 OLDS 98 htop sedan, factory air $1695

I 60 OLDS, Super 88 sedan very nice $1495
Flite steering and brakes R&H
power
se'dan
Poole-Gable Motors whirewalls. White, all vinyl I 60 BUICK, Invicta, htop midnight blue.

$2288 I Very smooth . . . . . $1395
( Trucks) interior, low mileage . .
Dodge-Dart-Dodge
I 60 CHEV station wagon 6 with standard

When You Buy A New'Motile Home AtConnolly's \ % 119 S.E. 1st Aye. 372-4343 I shift . . . . . . $1295

62 DODGE Lancer Coupe, Torque- 1 QQQ I 60 CHEV Impala sedan factory air, power
FurnitureAt
of
You Have A Choice Flite, radio, heater . . e? 1000 I steering & brakes . . . $1495

Little or No Extra Cost. 60 FORD, Sunliner convertible. Light blue

Shopping fora 61 PLYMOUTH, Fury Sedan, Torque- I white top VS. power steering. Good solid

Flite radio factory air I car ;. . \ . . . . $1295
AT THIS VALUE!! power
LOOK
$1288 Power
60 MERCURY Montclair htop
steering, very clean . . I cpe.
used ? I steering, solid. vinyl upholstery. Sharp $1295

57x10' 3 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME car I 59 CADILLAC Sedan de Ville. Factory air.

61 FORD V-8. Fairlane 500 R&H $988 Sharp . . . . . . $2095

End Titles std. transmission, one-owner I 59 OLDS Super 88 htop sedan factory air.
ed
With Front Kitch.nCempletalFurnish including limps, Drapes, Start here:

Bedspreads, ete., and if you don't like the furniture) you can trade it in on the I Brilliant red over white . . $1195

furniture of your own choice at little or no extra cost. 43 mileage VW, sedan.......turquoise......... 1154J Low 61 DODGE "6" Sedan I 59 BUICK LeSabre sedan factory air power
Torque$988 'slashed to . $1095
42 VW sedan. excellent con- Flite heater . steering. Price .
DELIVERED AND SET-UP-ONLY dition .................. I1J9S I 59 CHEV Impala htop sedan V8, from $1095

.61 other VW sedan.accessories sunroof.... radio S114S I 57 CADILLAC, Fleetwood AC . $895

; DOWN 41 VW sedan thoroughly reconditioned 60 DODGE 9-passenger sta. wagon I 56 CADILLAC, Cpe. de Ville, AC . $445

3895-600 $ JIPcr Month 57 VW sedan...Runs......and.- S119S looks .. std. trans., R&H roof rack. $988 I 55 CADILLAC, sedan . . . $200

good .........._....h... sees I 58 OLDS 98 conv., good looking . $695

FURNITURECpfl4DARYl.7pt.LSAtTRLI3OGOUO 42 VW ,KARMANN red with' CHIA.white convertible in-- 60 RAMBLER Sedan clean 52-58 OLDS, good selection of models. Priced
TRADE FOR
WE one- I
................. ,
tailor nt $788 I to sell .'. . . . . . .
61 VW KARMANN .
SUNDAY GHIA. owner . . . .
coupe. radio whItewall tires. I 57 BUICK Super htop sedan. Very low mileage
White wttti red Interior iefs
42 PORSCHE. Super/M coupe j . . . . . .... $495
whit with red interior. Blau. 60 COMET, Sedan, clean one- CHEV Big V-8 power-
I 58 Impala htop coupe.
punkt radio, headrest S349See $788 ,
FALCON, 2-door, looks and owner . . . . I glide. Excellent . . . . $745
drives like! new up ... S79S I
CAMPING TRAILER complete -
.... .. $395
( 42 VW; Station wagon v very 60 FALCON Sedan two-rone :

clean 41 VW.....station.........-wagon t.S179S low I nice : : : $688 MOTOi tXL

mileage ................ S139SS9 '
MOBILE HONE SALES IMC VW Station wagon fully
reconditioned .....--..... S99S
tracks.Nice SelecMesi VW pickup USED CARS I
POOLE GAILE
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE t tI

OCAIA IRSBUR6UX Finish here I
: I NEW CARS 115 S.E. 2nd St.
1MUS NOKTH ON US.441HONIA2241M 441 BY-PAS! ( Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) :

PHONE717-S3U MILLER-BROWN USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St.

.. J. 514 N. Main St. Tel. 372-4951 I TELEPHONE FR 67515I

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:::. i : Catalina 2-dr. hardtop coupe factory air conditioned OVER 60 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!
I" power steering power brakes automatic transmission
; .. 50,000w radio heater. Solid white with red interior.I-Owner.
= ;.. 23,000. actual miles. Sharp! 63 NEW YORKER, PS, PB, R&H, A/Cond., Automatic, new tires .... $3695

:: : % ( MILEr 62 FORD $1295 63 NEWPORT, 4-dr Hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, A/cond, Automatic ............ $2945
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-y -- J Ic 4-dr.I-Owner.Galaxie.white radio with interior.heater. 30,000 actual miles. 63 PLYMOUTH, Fury 4-dr. hardtop, ((2)) PS, PB,. R&H AT, A/cond. $2845

r= -- .Y I 63 RAMBLER, American 4-dr.:, Automatic, heater, 9,000 miles ............ $1395

--. w- SPECIAL OF THE WEEKEND 63 SAAB, 2-dr., 4-speed, radio, heater like new............... ............ $1245

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-. -- Parkwood station wagon V-8 engine, tutone green 63 VALIANT, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, PS, radio, heater, V-200 ........ $1875
-- -- and white finish. Auto. transmission radio heater. I 63 VALIANT, 2-dr. sedan, automatic,uPS, radio, heater, V-200 ........ $1895

: 62 RAMBLER, 4- Jr., automatic, radio, heater, real nice car ................ $1245
62 Austin $1095
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; .- 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr., station wagon, PS, PB, R&H Air/cond ......... $1395

t. r Sprite transmission.convertible 1- Owner low mileage 4-speed 61 OPEL, 2-dr. wagon, radio, heater, a real clean car ........ ................ .S845

I -- 60 NEW YORKER, 4-dr. hardtop PS, PB, R&H AT, Air cond ........ $1595

60 DODGE, 4-dr., PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air cond a nice car .................... $795
61 FORD $1395
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ti. 60 DODGE, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater 6-cylinder ............................ $650

rr Ranch with V-8 wagon engine factory, automatic air condition transmission radio, white heater with 60 OLDSMOBILE, 2-dr. automatic, power brakes, heater .................... $1095

, ." 1tI red interior. 36,000 actual miles. 1-Owner. 60 CORVAIR, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater, '700' real nice .................... $795

: 59 CHEVY, 4-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H AT, air cond V-8 engine .... $935

. :- OPEN DAILY 'TIL 9 58 BUICK, 4-dr sedan, PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air cond clean ........................ $695

t SAT. 'TIL 6A 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H automatic, Air cond ............ $1295

representative will be here to serve you after church on 59 ENGLISH FORD, station wagon, radio, heater, a nice buy! ................ $395

: I Sunday.Come Bud Thompson by and ,meet Buford these Brvnson courteous R. salesmen G. Clifton: ,l_F.L P.Hinson Tuns-, 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. HT, ((2)) automatic, R&H, V-8, clean ................ $395

tall. 57 OLDSMOBILE, 4-dr. wagon, PS, PB, R&H automatic .................... $300

f tI -.._. 60 PONTIAC, . $12959passenger 57 DODGE, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater runs good ............................ $160

: 53 CADILLAC, convertible, radio, heater automatic ............................ $125
I : :: FULLY DELIVERED automatic transmission station wagon, radio equipped heater with power V-8 steeringand engine 53 'PLYMOUTH, this old car drives and runs' real good ........................ $100

:QUIPPED 1595 GAINESVILLE IN brakes. 53 WILLYS, here is real good economical transportation ........................ $100

r I SPECIAL OF THE WEEKEND 56 OLDS 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater, better hurry on this one ........ $175

: 1\0 other economy car can compare with the SIMCA I 63 FORD ................. ............ $1595 GW
1000 for get-up-and-go for roominess, GW Warranty Warranty
' : handling ease comfort..low in cost and long in gas Vi Ton Pickup radio heater 1-Owner.
.- mileage. AND, it's backed by CHRYSLER'S war 6,621 actual miles. .. Frank Gray, Pete Compton, Mac McCullough, Wilbur Sligh
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62 VOLVO 56CHEVROLET 62CORVAIR 59 CHEVROLET
55C HE VROLET
i i 6 cyl. automatic, little Black, with, white interior' 4. Straight shin, 6 cylinder, dark White with gray Interior, V-S. Fawn with red interior, Stan. WagonV6, automatic. Hue with trans blue,Inferbr r.dv,,
r rough speed with heater. blue mmet ote automatic trlns., radio b dard trans radio 1. healer heater, i power Iteerlng. I
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j Convertible red with red In- Gataxie hardtop, solid black In. Green with matching Interior,
, 4-speed transmission, radio a. terior V-I. automatic. radio 6 CVl. automatic. Hone blue, I hest ra es Green with matching inferior, tenor, Y""$, Automatic trans.. 6 cylinder, radio heater Eaheater. .
I 3 neater power steering 6 radio A-dr.. BisCityne 6 cylinder, radio, air condlt.oning & power Ira clean ur.
: a. heeler
.. brakes Like new. standard trans. Iteerlng.
$2788 $2888. $788 $1988 $1988 $1488
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Convertible Int rior,crPme Super with SpOrts.matchIng v.a-, Convertible, whit tri Blue with Blue Interior, A-dr. Convertible, white with blit'lt Blitck ,S. white, with matching.
[ automatic rods 3 heater, air with red 2 dr grey with matching sedan V-I automatic tram Grey with black Interior, 2Roadster red with black In- interior. V-I 4 speed trlns., interior V-I automatic inns
interior.
Yd. automatic radio
cond.. power windows. Like b heater, power steering terior ,mission, radio 8. heater, air dr.. standard trans., radio a. tenor, 4 speed, radio 6 heater. radio i heater. helter. One owner
new condo heater.
,. $2588 $2188 $188 $1888 $1388 $1288 $2688 $588I
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Impala' white with blue interior ,
!-dr. hardtop. white with rfd Newport grey with matching In- White with turquoise extra clean. 4 dr. v-!. Auto Wagon two-tone, green.,,. with
I interior, buck seats 6 CVL 11h ton tnlck Cabin chassis, 2 tenor, V-a. automates radio S. excellent cond.. V-I, auto.lltt;; Green and white V-I AutoStittion witQOft green and beige. 6 matcc trans. air conditioning; matching interior. 4 V-I.
trans. trans radio"
automatiC
:- automatic, heater & air condo speed axle. new tires. heater power steering' and air tritllS.. heater, power steerir9 matic trans., ritdio. heater, and interior. standard a heati, power steering heitter.
cend. cylinder. brak .
I a. rakes. air conditioning. a.
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f : GW Hardto V-I, .utomatic radio White with matching interior, Convertible: blade with red In- Blade with matching Interior, ;reen.. '::'...mald1r ::r w: D I Others
V-I. automatic radio i heater .
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Fr MOBILE LARGEST m the WORLD'S DEALER HOME THERE IS ADIFFERENCE Barkley MotorsASKS

Southern Mobile .
Homes Brokers, Inc.
2200 South Dixie Highway SHAW and
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OttU,Florida YOU : : : '

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Between the Major League
KEETER
MOBILE HOMES and the Minor Leagues.I .
FEDERAL QUALITY Come on out and see how| WHY PAYMORE
.. 1 Mi.N.on 441 the No. 1 Major Leagu.D.al.r. .! I
at City Limit Sign
CALL 372-}113 I'S "Gainesville Auto 62 FORD
L. I WE TRADE Soles," will save you hundreds .
'. FOR ANYTHING 4-dr Galaxie, V-8 engine, "
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of dollars on the I Cruise-O-Matic transmission,
$
quality select automobiles radio heater. Finished in attractive 1795vl
tutone white and blue.
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THE CORRECT your Reduced for this sale to only;
FOR drastically reduced due to
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= FR 2-1411 a ? h 4y: On the spot financing -
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::. University ChevroletN. JOHN HIPP Good With Us. Here are! r ped including, V-8 engine
{ automatic: transmission power
:: .MaIn St.at 16th An. some examples.yfj.$595. ti steering and power brakes.
.:...' PLUS Sharp Factory tutone air blue Conditioning.and white 1645 '; We at Barkley Motors believe we can give you more car ata

GAINESVILLEAUTO '63 J}M'.: keep finish.cool Summer and comfortable is coming so in -r better trade with good terms for less money! Come out
: this cor. For this sole only: .
SALES 2-dr. sedan radio & heater, whitewalls. today or tomorrow for proof!
1007 N. Main St.Phone t. 61 FORD '.v

Korthccntrol FR 2-63IS Florida's '63 FORD. $1995 .. 2dr. Equipped with V-8 1' AQ rtlCIImpafa 4-dr. sedan, A/C.
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i. Largest engine Ford-O-Matic: transmission : OO VnCY . .. $2745
I t Independent Dealer Fairlane 500 4-dr., V-8, automatic radio & heater. .t radio, heater. Automatic, radio, heater

J iii |61 FORD--$1595 I.c., car white see this is and finished one blue.to You in ThiS$1 1045 63 T-BIRD completely New Tires equipped.. . .. .. .. .. .. .. $3995

EASTERBARGAINS Galaxle convertibe auto., radio&heater power steer. it! Compare and this price any- 2-dr. hardtop, PS, PB,
where will
t rt Shaw&you Keeter:buy hereVot ,.r 63 PONT A/C, Auto WWT. like new . .. .. .. $2995

'61 DODGE $10954dr. f Galaxie' 500 2-dr. hardtop.

k 59 RamblerStation .. auto., radio&heater. 63 FORD ps, Auto R & H, WWT . ... . $2395

Wagon 57 Wagon.V-8 Chevy automatic: '62 FALCON $1595 4- 63 f'l/CTTC C Sting 2-tops.Ray,in 340 floor engine R &, H, WWT . $3995

radio, heater. Futura Sport Coupe radio & heater. y= Impala Sports Coupe, PS, AT
55 Ford 63 CHEV R & H. Sharp . . .. .. .. .. $2595
Radio, heater $2895Galaxie
53 FORD
57 Chevy4dr. tt% mCW 2-dr. Impala, Super sport.
.Radio 6cyl.Auto- 500. 4-dr. hardtop bucket. seats PS & PB SAVE UP TO$3QQ OZ Fully equipped incl. air .. .. . .. $2495
matic. auto., radio & heater.
53 ChevyStd. S Lf% 4-dr., completely! equipped.i 15,000 actual
trans.56 Chevy '63 Pontiac $3595Bonneville I OZ CAD miles. Check with original owner . .. $3695

Bel-Air, 4-dr. 4-dr. hardtop auto., factory air, PS, PB, Can,
Buy one of ttteM second can radio & heater. I 62 CHEV R & nJ5. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. $1999
or any car from this lot and
get set.at of covers clear plasticor FREE 4-dr.. V-2QO, radio,
woven $1395Bonneville
vt any car you own. 59 Pontiac I 62 VALIANT ter, sharp . .. .. .. .. $1295
ALSO A 4-dr. hardtop auto.. PS & PB, radio &
1MI CHRYSLER '300'. 4-dr. heater. 61 OLDSMOBILEF85 I 2-dr., V-S engine, auto, ps,
hardtop steering with and air brakes cond.,, power radio I! 62 CHEV R 6 H. Clean . . . .. .. $1499_
and heater.boo value.SIXTH One-owner. 1201belOW '62 Mercury $1795 4-dr, Fully equipped including, AI P ine

ST. Meteor 4dr. sedan auto., radio & heater PS & PB. automatic transmission radio A heater beau, $ 62 SUNBEAM extra lean .. ... .. .. $1795
PLUS Factory air conditioning.
Mtrs. tiful bronze and white finish: If you want 1595 Impala & H auto,
2031 N.W.ethSt. 63 FALCON $1595 to get on the sale of sales, you better 62 CHEV power ffayrr. R. .. :. .: $2095
FR 6-4664 2-dr., deluxe heater standard trans. hurry. Reduced to:

62 TRIUMPH TR-3, ,just ,like new $1795
| 63 COMET $1795Custom 60 CHEVROLET

2dr.. 6,000 miles heater standard trans.
4-dr, Bel-Air, 6-cylinder engine, SPECIAL! 61 CHRYSLER
|55 FORD$3952dr. glide transmission, radio, heater. power$119 1 5 I,
in attractive tutone blue. Yes, -- Newport 2-dr. hardtop, fully equipped including Air.
.. Custom automatic radio & heater. V-8. right! Reduced to:
.. To I ;, .. $1695
56 FORD $300
60 RAMBLER I
ReachPeople Victoria. V-8 standard trans., radio & heater.

I |'CHEVY $2895Impala 4-dr, equipped with radio heater. A I 62 CORVAIR Monza radio, heater 4.dr. 4..!pMd. $1695
neat solid white finish. Here is comfort $945
4-dr. hardtop V-8 PS, automatic radio & and good economy. Come see and SAVE I I ,
heater. 61 BUICK PS, .Tttyrr $1895
ReadyTo

MOST DEALERS PAY 59 OLDSMOBILE 61 COR V AIR Rampside real sharp pickup.. .truck. . $1099

I MORE THAN WHAT I all 98' hardtop coupe, auto PS,
'88' 4-dr, fully equipped including automatic 0 OLDS Air cond. PB. R & H . . .. . $2195
WE SELL THEM FOR! transmission, power steering, power I
Buy '
700', 4 dr. 'low
brakes ish. This, radio car, reduced heater. Solid for this white sale fin-to $99< I 61 CORVAIR I Clean -. . .mUeoge.. . . . .. $1195

'62 T-BIRD $3195 only: R&- *!
Use 61 1 MERC 'fifSKl' . .. 1695'I
2dr. hardtop loaded factory air.

Person '61 Corvair $1295 59 CHEVROLETStation 61 FALCON At.Vff/btr! :. $1195

Monza coupe 4-speed, radio & heater. 4'dr wagon, Auto power steering,
To wagon, automatic transmission, 61 MERe PBAir.R&H .. . . . . $1795
heater Yes its air conditioned, and ready <
60 FALCON $795 to go! Finished in on attractive green $945 2>dr' Galaxif, auto, Air cond., '
4 person 2dr. deluxe automatic, radio & heater, whitewalls. and yellow. Save a lot of money here! 61 FORD radio heaterGOOD . . . .... .. $ 795

['63 FORD $2695Galaxie

WantAds 500 4-dr.. automatic PS radio & heater. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FISHING CARS

60 FORD $1295 51 i FORD $145

alaxie 4dr. hardtop "Loaded" factory air. 12-MONTH
h SERVICE PLAN 57 FORD $195
62 CHEVY $1595 |LOW NPAYMENT

Bel-Air 2dr., 4'6", standard trans., heater.
4 y EASY TERMS Lancer Z-dr. hardtop, '"
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Galaxie 500. 2-dr. hardtop, V-8, Crusematic PS, Alpine clean.
LinesDays radio & heater. 60 SUNBEAM Come A one $1299

60 FORD. $1095 I Spider. This car is pretty clean 1 AOC'
60 FIAT $
58 DODGE I orst ready to go I.U7J
10 Ranch Wagon power steering & brakes, automatic I
radio & heater. LlAAI Karmann Ghia. Save lots of '
4-dr Station wagon, automatic OU V Iff money on this ont . .. .. .. .. .... $ 395
'59 $2095Fleetwood mission, heater. Sharp solid black
Cadillac
trans$345
Sedan, Air cond.,
Your chance for a real good ff\ MERC 4-dr. power $1395
? 4-dr., loaded Including factory air. duced to OU steering and brakes. Auto .

,, "Many More To Choose From" MEW Impala 4-dr., euro, power steering
OU ( R & H, Clean .. . .. . .. ... $ 595

WE SELL TO 58 FORD Station wagon, auto
R s1ooA4 SELL AGAIN 59 (HEV radio, heater . .... .. .... .. ... $745

2-dr Station Wagon, V-8 engine, radio, 4-dr., auto, radio' .
(NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED heater. A sharp $345 60 BUICK heater, PS, PI :. .. $1095
finish. Yours only at:
GAINESVILLE 2-dr.. rode heater.No .
37 CT FORD better price anywhere .. .. .... ... $495

AUTOSALES I 55 FORD Convertible .:. $495


I SHAW & KEETER"Your BARKLEY MOTORS

Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1924

238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.. "In the Auto Game-r e/s the Name"

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SAVE AS YOU'VE NEVER SAVED BEFOREMIXiNGNTI WL"SET.- )

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SPECIAL! .. ; L- BEACH ON THIS ALL-PORCELAIN __


SENSATIONALLY PRICED t .' VACUUM CLEANER j 30" HOTPOINT RANGE _ _

FOR THIS SALE... .1.' t: NEW LENT BUTLER TOP- J"\ II ?1 .I Brushed Chrome Cooktop! =,
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Completely Au t omo COMPLETE SERVED $122
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lights to watch, no dials to set.
Perfectly controlled c o f f e t MODEL ., Guarantee provides free repair and ports excepting cord '' I ,
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strength Brews up to 9 cups of delicious coffee then keeps it hot k of our certificates.authorised Model service 418 stations listed on product guarantee ICI .' lnI' ,I

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THIS DE LUXE : ONLY 9.85 RB III It 4u Ir IIII'II r a1i(
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'1.1j! ii I I 2 SPEED .' I %11IAtt R This Master deluxe Oven,Hotpoint super-fast has Colrod a Units Giant .. I I H
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Porcelain i Protection.Full 1-year guarantee
OF -Free McDuff Service Policy!

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LOADED WITH FEATURES! BIRDSEYE, WELCH Sr r
fAMOU S GAR. ti NOW AT McDUFF'SFANTASTIC
Built-in Sediment DOWNY FLAKE, WANT ER .. ,'-r,.. .
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MODEL 8.90 MO. a f> NO TRADE i 5238 ;
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STEAM IRON LOWEST PRICE EVER-ON A' NORGE CHASSIS 21,000 Y.PICTURE I POWER

Completely automatic i OVER 'N UNDER NO FROST! r POWER TRANSFORMER NOISE-FREE SOUND
EASY TOP-FRONT TUNING AUTOMATIC CIRCUIT BREAKER
Irons all' "rical..ly .
McDUFf'S SPECIAL]I -, a ... BEAUTIFUL LOW-BOY ENSEMBLE (BASE OPTIONAL, EXTRA)

MODEL NliNilGE 2-DOOR I NOW
1940 NO F : 60 ,
677. from steam to ___ PRICED
ironing! at the flip of FROSTREFRIGERATOR "NEVER DEFROST"Refrigerator LOW ASa

.b and Freezer ONLY

v.. ONLY 10.25A MONTHAUTOMATIC..ELECTRIC
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defrosting chores. Gives you every con- :V!: ".' -"ili:",+ ;?iVrl ; rJ.fl J
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CAN OPENER with balanced cold and humidity foe fin- SERVICE

McDUFF'S SPECIAL FROST t tt F .tt est food keeping.And its beauty is a bonus! F R E E WITH YOU PURCHASE EVERY ITEM

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WHILJ MODEL SII0.95 ,
LAST THEY!. 733-680 ..' BUY ON McDUFF'S

EC-4 .,: SPECIAL LIMITED TIME SALE-BUY NOW! ONLY 11.25 A MONTH! NO CARRYING CHARGE PLAN!
Opens cans with ,a, .touch ,of the finger.! Leaves no .

__Jagged_ edges_ ;_magnet,_ holds._ _lid.. Mounts_ on wall. .. < I FAMILY- SHOPPING HOURS-SHOP 'TIL 9 TONIGHT! I
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