Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00075
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00075
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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CABBY. TELLS: 'The Trouble With Teen Akers 'I

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:t of look-alikes, freshly turned .out of a duplicating machine.' Conformists have been afraid or ashamed, or reluctant to sign names. But even i
(EDITOR'S NOTE: 'This' Is the text of a' talk delivered' though they are about some things, the "typical" teenager ,is not to be though the names were missing, the facts were there. .

Saturday symposium by presented Abigail Van by Continuing Buren (Deor Education Abby)in at Medicine the annual and found, because there is no such creature.It Teen-agers have told me things they could not tell another soul. Not their

Health Sciences at the University of ,California School of mothers, or their fathers, friends, clergymen or doctors. Some signed their:
remind ourselves that
odd that must constantly teenagersare
i Medicine in San Francisco.) seems we names and begged for an answer "right away," while others wrote, "You-
people not roaches or grasshoppers or mosquitoes. Or something for don't need to answer this, Abby. I guess I just had to tell somebody, and
which a new pesticide should be devised. They are young people deluged "
BUREN gee, it sure felt good to get it off my chest.
By at when least able to resolve them.
/1' with they
problems an age are
While many of the 20 million teen-agers in this country share common

! There was a time, and if you are over 40 you will remember, when teenagers Not too many years ago the moral code was designed for an agricultural problems, what an amazing variety of things disturb and perplex them! I

:were known simply as adolescents.; They were then, as they are now, society. Youngsters could -and did-marry' when nature ordained it Todaywe must get about 100 letters every week that sound exactly like this one: .

t sensitive, mercurial, and self-conscious. But the adolescent inspired no,headlines are living in an industrial and urban society in which marriage is de "Dear Abby:

!. \ no individual advertising campaigns, no special legislation and no ferred. So the changed social system and the unchanged nature of man's I am a girl of 14 who is very much in love with a boy 15. When I see

',' .: seminars. You gave him a bar of Cuticura soap, told him to keep his facer biological urges have combined to play a dirty trick on us. The most sex- him in the halls at school I say 'hi' and then he says 'hi,' but if I don't say

r :I clean, and prayed for the best. ually ambitious and virile period of our lives are the teen years, and our 'hi' he never says hL' Who should say 'hi' first?" .

1 Why, since World War n, has so ,much attention been focused on the teen-agers enter that period only to find that the door that leads to fulfill Then from Asheville, North Carolina, came a letter from a girl of 15

\ ': teen-ager? While his parents are trying desperately to guide him, society. is ment has been slammed shut in their young faces. whose hi-jinks made Christine Keeler look like Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farsi.

"understand" him and the on the,beat is trying to "con- And in the same batch of mail was a frantic query from an 18-year-old in'
\ :, attempting to ', cop During the eight years that I have become a journalistic wailing wall I North Platte.Nebraska, asking if a girl could get pregnant from kissing with
I trol" him. have received about four million pieces of mail.' Twenty-five per cent of the her mouth open!

I i We speak of teen-agers as though they :were bananas, 'or collection letters I get are written,by teen-agers. And more than hall of those writers (See ABBY on Page 2))

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4 yam { AP How"nonpolitical" rather well for
) are going along
dent Johnson made a personalmove
can a presidentget him now and it makes no sense
Saturday to try to get
when he is assured of his to rock the boat.It .
talks with Panama back on the '_
r < party's nomination and obviously is Johnson's judgment that track. \

wants two elective terms if the people, who took some time Johnson walked unannouncedinto

syJ he can wangle them? to recover from the shock of hispredecessor's a routine briefing being 9

That's a question that has the assassination, are held by press secretary GeorgeA. w .tfI

J t Republicans fretting as they in no mood yet for political Reedy and surprised reporters -

; watch President Johnson's barnstorming. The failure of by reading a detailed state-

"nonpartisan" efforts to keep Sen. Barry Goldwater of Ari- ment of his attitude toward the
politics on a low key a little zona and New York Gov. Nel- Panama dispute.

more than seven months before son A. Rockefeller to stir
any Johnson said: "We are pre-
3t the November election. widespread enthusiasm for pared to review every issue
Johnson has passed the wordto their candidacies in New Hampeshire's
which now divides us, and every
Democrats !of all persuasionsto Republican primary problem which the Panamanian

y avoid rough and tumbJe'cam- tended to confirm his opinion. government wishes to' raise. We

paigning as much as possible un- Johnson has a long record of are prepared to do this at any
til after the party's August declining to engage in political time and any place."
nominating convention.His billingsgate just to keep his ,Although Johnson describedthe
-4 need for Republican sup- voice in shape. He can be aboutas statement, a reaffirmationof

port to win final congressionalaction rough as they come when he U.s. policy, key phrases appeared -
on acceptable civil rights takes to the stump but he is no to be sufficiently vagueto
has contributed toward
occupant of the perpetual soap leave ample room for man-
Sharon Testy, green-eyed brunette, was selected Sat his current speak-softly euver in any, settlement talks. Paula Hicks of Altamonte Springs was crowned Milt

urday night as Miss University of Florida of 1964. The policy. box.While he served as minority Initial Panamanian reactionwas tary Ball Queen Saturday night at the ROTC Military

( 20 year-old sophomore from Miami was crowned by Linked to this, as explainedby leader of the Senate, he con- favorable. Ball held on the University of Florida campus. She was ,

last year's title winner Jean Salisbury, 20, of Largo, President's a close associate, is the sistently refused to join in Dem- Miguel Moreno, Panama's crowned by last year's winner, Susan Saunders of i

c during Alumni Spring Reunion activities on the cam- feeling that things ocratic broadsides against Republican ambassador to the Organizationof Eglin Air Force Base. Miss Hicks, 19, a freshman, is a

pus. Runners-up in the contest were Dee Miller, of 'Ft. President Dwight D. American States, said he ,member of Delta Gamma social sorority.

\ ,Lauderdale and Louise Rothenberg of West Palm Turn Up Eisenhower. The Texas senator would have to study the Johnson I

Beach Miss Testy is a member of Delta Gamma sorority didn't think there was any political statement but commented, "It's

; percentage in flailing what we have been working for Soviet Hints It i ,

Stolen away at a popular'president since January." i.
i Johnson obviously is trying to Johnson said he was sendinghis .

create the image of an executive statement to Juan, Bautista
t Van Fleet Visits' LicensesThe who stands a cut above the de' Lavalle, chairman of the May Destroy UNUNITED

politics-as-usual. He thinks council of the OAS who has been

theft of seven blank drivers that was one of the secrets of chosen to try to mediate the dis-

BuddiesBy licenses last May from the Eisenhower's wide popularity.And pute. De Lavalle moved at once NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) assessments and accept a com-
ii; Old Levy County judge led to the he still likes and admires to set up a meeting with Sec- -The Soviet Union stressed Saturday promise giving the Security

arrest of three men here Thurs- Eisenhower, -on a personal retary of State Dean Rusk. it would never help pay Council more power as againstthe

day and Friday. basis. (See JOHNSON on Page 2)) for the UJf. Congo and Middle< General Assembly to start
CLIF CORMIER That was in 1950, when as director
Editor One of the men was stopped East forces and hinted that any new peace-keeping operations,
p Sun City of a U.S. military aid Thursday for a traffic law infraction DAYTONA STUDENT challenge to its General Assem- and creating a 15-nation assem-

Gen. James A. Van Fleet, one mission, he rallied a beaten Loyalist and told officers his bly vote on that account might bly committee with big-power

t of America's most famous soldiers Greek army and drove driver's license was fraudulentThe break up the United Nations.A participation to arrange the fi

returned to the University the Communists out of Greece. man is Cicero Buffie Gil- SPREE UNDER WAYDAYTONA : government statement issued nancing.The .
lard, 62, 1202 NW 2nd St. When by the Soviet delegation
I of Florida campus )'esterday'tomingle Munching on barbeque in the confronted, he told officers he added that if effort was informants said the Soviet
with old buddies at the BEACH (AP-An: any delegation had not yet had Mos-
Florida Gym the old soldier had bought the license for $15. end.Hall
made,to withdraw its vote, "we
annual alumni spring reunion. He told who he had bought it invasion by college students free said he had seen "Sweat- cow's reply to this proposal. But
familiar shock of hairon be to reconsiderour
for Easter vacation may obliged
shirts from
from. The' of Public variously every university you the statement seemed to heralda
Van Fleet commanded the his forehead, said Communists Department estimated at 10,000 to 30,000 can think of." attitude toward United Na- rejection.The .
Safety the Gainesville Police
University's ROTC unit as a were just as dangerous today strong and bent on a good time Most of the students arrested tions activities.
young Army officer from 1922- as they were in the begin- Department and the Alachua kept a double shift of police went along quietly, but "we had The International Court of United States and most
Sheriff's Office
1924 and coached Gator football ning of the Cold War. County officers on the run Saturday. to chase a few," Hall said. Mostof Justice has ruled against the other countries contend that
work. Four hours later
teams to some of their most fa- "The situation has arrested a second man. they Police Capt. W. C.. Hall said those'booked were boys. "One Soviet Union, saying these are Congo and Middle East dues
mous victories. grown "I wish I was somewhere else." out of 10 will be a girl," he add- legitimate expenses which must must be counted along with regular
worse since 1950. Communismhas The second one was' Johnny j
He reported some 50'merry- be borne by all, members.The budget assessments in fig-
since expanded past into Leonard Fender, 23, 1421 SE ed.He
Retired from the Army Europe makers ,booked Saturday, mak estimated 10,000 students Soviet,statement said any uring whether a country is two
1953 he now lives in Hoke Sound Asia, Africa and Latin America. 41st Place. ing a total of just over 200 so far. were concentrated in a four- "groundless charges" promptedby years behind.
'r and raises cattle and citrus in If we don't solve the problemit Then Friday afternoon, the block one-block wide
i The charges included underage long, area Moscow's position would be \
third arrest made. Herman that if the 18
will swallow us he said. was They say countries -
I< Polk County.He up drinking, disorderly conduct, in the heart of the famed beach. "an unfriendly act
Layton Cruce, 23, Route 2, Box regarded as now two years behind on
,is still actively engagedas Gen. Van Fleet said he 'recently 23, Alachua, was taken into cus- possession of alcoholic, bever- Businessmen estimated that 30,- towards the U.S.S.R." that basis remain so when the
returned from Greece ages by minors, drinking on the 000 students were concentrated The said it would
a business executive promote tody. government will automatically
assembly meets, they
25-mile stretch of the
street and the beaches. along a
ing a number of heavy industries where he.was an official representative Along with Fender, Cruce was littering beach.In like to make "absolutely clear"it be without a vote un-
Hall said he believed there
internationally. After of the United States charged with possession of a would regard any' actions to less the assembly forgives
would be than addition to the two police
20,000 vacationing -
his retirement he was a trouble along with his old boss, Presi- stolen driver's license, a felony more shifts Hall said he take away the Soviet vote "as them.
students here by Mon- on duty, was
shooter for Presidents Eisenhower dent Harry S. Truman and Mrs. under Florida law. Bonds on the actions of those who do not
day. Other sources expected as holding 20 men in reserve in

several and special Kennedy presidential, serving'as on (See VAN,FLEET on Page 06)) (See LICENSES on Page 2) many as 70,000 by Easter week- event things get really rough. who care for do the not United take into Nations accountthe and Burns Warns

signments.Van prospect of its breakup as
the result of such actions. Negroes Of

Fleet has already notched Reds Release Flier TH So\ret Union is one of 18 .
a place in American history Injured countries tiat stand to lose their DemonstrationsJACKSONVILLE I

books as the man who put the votes in th. 113-nation assembly

teeth in the Truman Doctrine. -- neat fall if a ,controversial financial (AP) -Mayor

HELMSTEDT, Germany AP) nessen Jr., chief of surgery at provision of the charteris Haydon Burns swore in 49$

-Lt. Harold W. Welch,one_of* Wiesbaden Hospital who had ,applied. This provision, Article firemen as special police officers -
three U.S. Air Force fliers shot Two Other Americans visited the injured pilot twice in 19, says any U.N. membertwo Saturday night in a special

WHERETO down over_East,Germany, was Magdeburg and had twice re- behind in its dues television broadcast and told .
reunited with his fellow countrymen quested his release from the, years do not have rightto
"shall have no vote" unless the Negroes they a
FIND IT here Saturday after be- Still Being Heldshrouded Russians. Both requests were assembly finds its non-payment" "force their presence" at

4 ing held by the Communistssince denied at the time they were stems from conditions beyondits hotels, restaurants and other -
e tAreo' . .,. 1C March 10.< controL businesses. -
The other two fliers remained Newsmen were not permittedto
eCJalsified ..6Cl1CComic said the "There will be no more
: ., in Communist hands., Welch, 24, Western checkpoint The fate and whereabouts of speak with either ,Welch or Diplomatic sources demonstrations like those of,
.'. .'. 4CMarkets States and Britain soughtto -
native'of the autobahn in Helmstedt his comrades Capt. DavidL R4vilL" Helmstcdt,
:; a Detroit; had been on two week he said"Adults
06 this
showdown over
hurt in parachuting from the. refueled and carried Welch to Holland Holland, Minn., and Those 'who saw ,Welch trans- head off 'a
Movies 10B talk have led these young _
this article in a private
plane. Hannover AirporL There an Air Capt Melvin.J. Kessler, Phila- ferred from the ambulance to
Obituaries . 2A to think they have the
unknown. the plane' in Hannover said he with the Soviet delegation people -
A blue U.S. Air Force ambu- Force plane picked him up and delphia were' Theyare
Opinion Page 4A right to congregate in public
lance that brought him from a- took him'to the U. S. Air Force' believed to be uninjured. was wrapped in blankets and March 6.
n .rsports .-'OI-O) the two proposedthat streets parks or at public buildings -
ce w.- said
His They
Soviet army hospital in the hospital at,Wiesbaden for treat- Welch, a navigator on the strapped to a stretcher.
.1B86'r bavi
eYIomen'4: : Union he said. "You do not
East German town of Magde ment of 'a fractured leg and plane, was accompanied in the right arm was covered with a the Soviet pay part

., burg, rolled through the Jog arm. ambulance by CoL John A.Hen- white,plaster.cast. of its Congo, and Middle ,East ,such a right ,under the law., ...,.
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2A Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 22, 1964 .-- ,-f

Y Weather Roundup- Youth Nabbed' l ACCIDENT. Hijacked Cuban. Hospitals_ \ \

ROUNDUPInvolved "
Hero AreAccredited r

In Assault Try to Gainesville in accidents Police and reported thoSheriff's Copter a Puzzle ;y

.M Office during the last 3

ARCHER A day long day morning but were unable to 36 hours: KEY WEST, Fla. (AP-The the United States, the shooting ..
air find him., Barbara Keller 322 NE military Alachua General and the J. -
search by bloodhounds, an Lynn was reported investi. started, they said. *
ZONES plane and a dozen men ended A full-scale search started 11th St., and Charles Lucas, 1M gating Saturday whether an The Cuban government de Hillis Miller Health Center are

B C: Sunday fair and cool WimsVkewfw yesterday when the subject of about >9:30 a.m. NE 14th A VI., in the J.M. armed Cuban helicopter, hijacked manded return of the helicopterand !on the 1963 list of. U.S 'hospitals =

\ with high in the low 60s. North the hunt walked into a deputy's Four deputies came with two Fields' parking lot at 3:07: p.m. in Havana, slipped into of the two defectors. The approved by the JoInF Commission -

\: Ii winds '10 to 15 miles per hour etaa+ t+w tune arms blood hounds from the Levy Saturday. Key West Intemtiowl Airport demand was delivered at the on Accreditation: llI sp :., I IIt

, A: Fair Sunday. Partry cloudy end a 1E County sheriff's office, and five Albert Moffett 900 NW 40th undetected by U.S. radar State Department in Washing It talsThe I' .. r.J.;

t. .. I- warmer 58 to 64.Sunday Northeast night.ta east Highest I to 16 Sunday knot He was being held last nightin from Gainesville One of the Ter., and a hit and run driver The Russian built helicopter, on. A Czech envoy contended list was released I

"** winds Sunday. connection with. two alleged Gainesville deputies flew an while parked at an unknown location armed with a SO-calibcr .mach that the two defectors had com* day by the Commission, :

t a Sunday. 11lM attempted rapes I airplane over the site trying to earlier In the day, .reported ne gun, arrived Friday. The mUted desertion, theft, treason It includes about 4,200 of the '
f O: Sunday fair and cool with high In 7,000 hospitals in the U.s.
at 2:55 yesterday. pilot> was dead in the i and murder.
f the tow 6Oa. Northwest and north 10 to pan cockpit
\ f 15 mile. per hour winds Sunday.. l He's identified as Joe Rim Jr.,,spot When Rim. Walter Coleman Willie Hutto, 509 SE 13th St, ,wounded seven times by bullets The Havana demand also Hospitals are _Judged! ,by aboard
E F G: Sunday fair Met cad> wim rue* 18, Archer. Deputy of
Ocala Two physicians on safety--
H Ww Lottie Mae Fussell, 20-year-old
and asked
around 70. Northwest and north winds hear caught to him near defecting the United States to handover "
about U miles hour Sunday.H Formal charges await a finally up Cuban supervision and review of :tha'medical
\ I per in the 900 block of SB 5th Streetat army captains said they a third who
I J: Fair and cooler with the. blob ing Monday before County the Archer colored school about passenger staff
Sunday in MM 70s. Northwest am* norm > 13:33 jun. yesterday. seized the craft in Havana. wants to return to Cuba. and patient care- .
s winds about 15 miles hour Sunday. H. H. McDonald, Sheriff 5 p.m., Rim surrendered.
per Judge 1313 SF 2nd When the rendered, special study ,of complicated
4 K: Fair and a little cooler Sunday. I Ernest Small, pilot refused to fly to They were taken to Miami for :
9 High Sunday 75 to 80. North. to nortb e>r: Joe Crevasse said last night. Ave;, Lucille C. George, SW NW 'questioning, along with Sergio and unusual cases, medical -
f .: east 15 ta 20. mile wind Sunday. No bond has been set, he added.! Children's Art 23rd St., and Bruce E. Lazor, :Roque, 17, a cadet gunner who records, ethics, nursing,I '
GAINESVILLE WEATHER i Young Rim allegedly tried St. at SW 2nd Ave- care and administrative and
TEMPERATURES EUEWHEI8 714 NE 11th Sentencing witnessed the shooting. Roque ..
r. Hill" Lew Free*. Airport readings Friday night to rape a 13yearold : Classes SlatedArt nue and 3rd Street at 11:46 p.m. said he wanted to return toCuba. medical staff organization. .1
Jacksonville ......11 5J -Municipal girl and her 11-y ar-ld yesterday.David The Commission is sponsored
)1 Miami .......... M 74 .29 79 at 2, 3 the
Tampa ............14 62 Saturday: High friend Thursday night. The girls classes for Gainesville R. Bledsoe. 18:3 NW Awaited In Generally under international iy American College of Physicians ,:
Atlanta .......... 41 M .17 p.m.; low 54 at 1, 2 a.m. No and their two brother were and Michael C. the American College'
Road who seek
New Orleans ...... 34' 4SI children will get under 11th procedures, persons
........... rain. way of Surgeons, the American Hos-
Boston .41 32 staying alone while the parents Doyle, Cincinnatti, at NW 5th Asylum for political reasons are '
....... 43 3t April 4 in the city recreation
York pital Association
I Washington New .........41 3S ,16 CEDAR KEY TIDES visited their sick grandfather in center. Avenue and 13tb Street at 11:06 I Hit RunA not forcibly sent back to the and the Ameri.. -""
Chicago ............ 39 32n can Medical Association.
from which
Gainesville hospitalThe
Kansas City 41 24 Sunday-High at 11:14 a.m. and 1:41 a Children now in the 2nd a.m. yesterday. country they fled.
....::::::: 25 Low at 3:24 a.m. and 3:26 p.m. Sullivan 1010
Denver .64 p.m. William Francis The Cuban
Ft. Worth .......... 54 31 Monday High at 11:59 a.m. and brothers, 12 and 13 years through 6th grades are eligible Hampton man is awaiting helicopter was UF CapersOn
Los Seattle Angeles...:............... S.9* 33 ..04UAAINC 10.2)p.m. 'm. Low at 4:46 ajn. and 5:06 old, reportedly tried tq. beat off, \to enrqU Registration is at the W., University. Avenue at,NW and 13th Er- sentencing after pleading guilty flown[ to Key West by Guillermo
Rim, deputies said. I center, 516 NE 2nd Ave. There'sa nest Vining,' Oeala, to fleeing the scene of an accident Santos and Andres Izaguirre, 'CandidCamera9 i
ALMANAC Street and 5th Avenue at 2:01 both 20 who told U.S. authorities
1 that killed
*1 < ................6:42: p.m. He fled when the noise coming $4 fee. a man here
Sunset today had the
yesterday. they planned action -
Sunrise tomorrow ..........6:29 am from the house attracted the! The course is sponsored by a.m. about three weeks ago. Today t
FORECAST Moonset tomorrow ... ... 3:48 a.m. William Edwin Torode HI, carefully in advance.
1 I At midnight tonight l the Twins are attention of another youth hunting -: the recreation department and
t and Diana He 'pleaded
NW 1st Ave., guilty Thursdayw Jose
2202 The Marcia
ta the right et tie Moon C5PQJaa: was Candid Camera
EAST GULF: Northwest to north seen in nearby pasture. the Gainesville Fine Arts Association capers filmedat
winds 15 to 12 knot becttmtog' northeasterly the fifth brightest star, Is In the north- a I Angle Smith, 29U NE 12th St., Circuit Court killed in a bloody battle overhe ,
f diminishing late Sunday. west, and the Big Dipper Is high In Deputies looked early Satur,, .: University of Florida last
Ave and 22nd
.f Fair.- the northern sky. ,. at W. University Fred Williams, 25, was released Atlantic. I month will I be aired over national .,
I Street. at 6:18 p.m. Friday. under T50 bond while Unofficial sources In Key television tonight at 10.
Florence Cheves he awaits sentencing. West said the helicopter apparently The show will be! carried by
15 SW 25th St., and Emily
flew under the US,
9th St. at SW The bond was reduced by Qr WJXT Channel,
330 NW ,
Walker, '
Teeners cult Judge J, C. Adkins Jr, from dar screen and UaUS.. The group of surprise situ-
The Trouble With 2nd Place and 2nd Street at 3:12.
: pm. Friday. 1,500, reducing the bond and authorities were looking into ation artists caught University

ordering a. pre-sentencQ: invest}* the matter. students in unusual incidents

From Page 1 Harry 1ymaIC and Donald tk, Ul L. Cation, Judge Adkins noted that CapU Charles FonvteUe! com. during the crew's weeklongstay. .
2nd Ave.
i SE ,
NW 12th Ter. Williams had surrendered vol. m dlna officer of Boca ClUea The campus scenes comprise -
McKenna, 1904 ,
From the first-person, hand she was so much better-looking For Being Alive, Leo Roston putit advertising never more sugges- in the 1200 block of W. Univer- untarily.He Naval Air Station, where a $4miiiioA a portion the show.

written appeals that find their than her daughter) this way: tive and tasteless? Our young sity Avenue at 12:39 p.m. Fri. returned here and gave- radar installation wascompleted The filmed scenes selected for
in people never more stimulated to himself ,up a week after the I recently aid he did Columbia -
to desk I have culled There is America today a national viewing over the
way my of who "Ask any American mother I do what comes naturally? day.George crash on the Waldo Road pear not know ,whether the helicopterwas network
those that are the most frequently -small army parents what she wants most for her W. Jones, 619 NW 12th Fan-banks. observed on radar. Broadcasting System -
repeated. Here are the problems have been tranquilized into be- and the chances are she Almost every newsstand anddrugstQl' Drive and Carl Bradley, MJcanopy include a series of five
child, In the
He said he was in New Qf Washington Pentagon .
assort- '
that it is better to displays an
junk telephone
that lead the list: lieving the marriage than raise children will reply To be happy Bunt ment of magizines and paperback at the Waldo Road ,and leans preparing to return to hlf declined to eQnUn t. Students with talking (UUte President- **
there was a time when what NE 8th Avenue at 11:45 a.m. former life in the Before the Cuban missile University ,
How can I get my parents to in an atmosphere of quar- > books filled with stories Merchant Maine J Reju.' A second incident
wanted most for our children Friday. Wayne
we when he first learned that crisis of 192, several low-flying
trust met reling and bickering. (It occurs of murder, rape, perversions, house
was to amount to ne-[ > Mrs. Joan H, Wright, Key- a 1181h d died in the accident I planes landed t to Florida with filmed t in a sorority
j.. Will a boy respect you if you to few to do their quarreling and photographs of bosomy girls student Alfred Dipernarde .
dUng What is this myth 'happiness' stone Heights, and Iris Braington will feature
Investigators said he told them undetected
give in? and bickering in private, in living color-and nothing else. and
that has bamboozled so 24 Graham Hall, in the sf Coral Gables
I can't get along with my and to work harder at preserving "his[ literature is well within\ the that he immediately boarded a The drab green !helicopterwas \
of us? And what is this 100 block of NW 10th Avenueat Hamm, a sophomore from
brothers and sisters. the marriage.) many Budget of our teen-agers, withno bus and headed back to Gatae held at naval yards in Key
idiotic thing 'fun' which so many 11:35 a.m. Friday ville. Kilted t in the accident was West Abington\ Penn
I'm too fat. A 16-year-old Detroit girl, who restrictions on who may buy
Where Don Avan Brown Shaw, 2033 .
chase after? people nee
Peter Dingle Dingle's wife and J
I'm too thin. signed herself "Mixed Up. used to say, "Goodbye they it.I NE 9th Ter., and Carol Elizabeth a woman riding in a third car
it is
wrote know not to
stacked. :
easy say
I'm not
'Have fun. Mauldin, 204 SE 21st St.
I've got pimples.My "Dear Abby; Dow say who should judge what is :rightor in the 1600 block of NW 13th, were critically injured. ty'crecovering.

parents won't let me do How does a girl know : "Where was It ever promised wrong, obscene or decent, Street at 7:59 a.m. Friday. ; : .

the things my friends do.. when 'she Is really in I a y e 1 that; life on this earth can ever and where censorship sould start, Robert Vance Gaddy Hawthorne I FOR

Don't tell me to talk to my Doat tell me U ask :my mother be. easy, free from conflict, uncertainty -ind.where !it should end I do and Dinnis John Tschetter More About
because she Is now lathe and pain? Those who know that unless it is done we I
parents, they 4< }n't under 3620 SW Archer Road, on 1
ot her seek the folly of unrelieved of to ;
divorcing feedinggarbage
stand! process i are guilty ,S.R. 20 about onefouttlnUle
third husband. She is wily 31 happiness, and do not know the growing children while we deplore
too strict of Road
My parents are I East County 21 at 10:50
when and her love We Is so foul- dignity of occasional depression, the spread of crime, unwed Licensesi
If Isn't a virgin Friday.
a girl
ed it is :can find bliss easily enough iptraaquttizing motherhood. and venereal
she gets married, will her husband up pitiful"Do Kenneth L. Blood, Des
.t know the difference? you know'there is a booklet pills, or in entthy, disease among our youth. Plajnes, Iowa, ran off the road From 1 i Ih1yi

'What is the legal age to available entitled "How to "The purpose of. Itfe is not When are we going to gather and rolled over about three Page

leave home? Tell Your Child You are Get to be happy The purpose of the courage to come out and say miles\ Wet of Gainesville on S.R. each of the set
,ting a Divorce. It contains all life Is to MATTER. To be. productive that somthing is filthy if that'swhat 25 at 5Q; a.m yesterday. were
And the saddest commentaryon at lsoo
by County Judge H, H,
to have it make
the weUwoflphrases; "Hon some we think it is? When are Jerry Adam Curry, Cape Canaveral -
is the most frequently McDonald
our of ey, Daddy and I just fell out of difference that your lived at aU parents going to realize that in ran into a ditch on S.R.
asked question love. We still UKE each other, And now we com to :Madison order t to have moral children, 24: about a mite east of Alachuaat Gillard was charged with the
all. ,"How can I be popular? I 1 lesser offense cf possessing I JWee.K.
but we no longer LOVE each Avenue. Those who would mini they must be raised in a moralclimate 245 ,.In, yesterday. .
Not, "How can I be" a more other. I know you are a '''little mize the impact of modern advertising with moral example! Leaftw Thomas Jr., Route 4, fraudulent license, bond $300.
worthwhile ? or, "What Highway Patrol Capt lo-
f person too young to understand now, on children should be tQ follow When are we going Box 204, hit a guard rail a mite .
can I do to serve my fellow but you will when you grow enlightened by this letter from tD quit, Warning teachers and west of Gainesville on S.R. 24. at ridge Beach said law. enforce.meat

man?" but, "How can I be ,up," And that, I presume, is a ten..year-<>ld boy in San society and everyone but ourselves 4:40 am. yesterday.Fire officers have been watch.*
?" Where do these shabby to* forM driver licenses since READING
popular 'supposed to explain satifactor. Francisco: for our children's failure} Calls .

,t shallow values that so':ify why daddy doesn't live "Dear.4bby: ta measure up? I At 95&; p.m, Friday, a faulty they first TOTS reported stolen
l many of our teen-agers em- .here more. How can I improve m y in Levy County almost a. year
any I am reliably\ informed thai barbecue pU ,t 1214 NW 5th
s brace coma from? Of course not all mothers are image?" ago.
researcher have at long last Ave., minor damage. THE LAST HOURSOF
I believe the actions and reactions ,either absent from the borne Eugene Gilbert, the presidentof discovered the "missing OOktttw"I At '736.: ")).11\4 Friday, a false He said when the one was .

of today's teen-agers or too busy with their own romantic the Gilbert Youth Research, \ the anthropoidal ape alarm at Si5 7th Avenue and 9th found on Gillard, the investigation -
reflect the styles and the tastesof to counsel which specializes in advising business became full-scale and
t and civilized man. It is \1St} And<;j Street, JESUSBy
society as a whole. If teen- their teen-age children. 'Thereis concerns on policies i of :although it is not pleasant tot At 10;10 am. yesterday, a quickly 1 led ta the other two men. :

agers have a sub-culture of another type of modern mo- marketing for the teen-age customer confess tt the answer to the flooded beater at 1705 NE 7th St. Investigation is continuing to
their it only mirrors t 11 e ther who has contributed significantly estimates that the buying find the other five stolen licenses
own trouble with teenagers should 1 1I. 4U; ana. yesterday, a Ralph Gorman, C J,
world of their elders. And the to the shaping of teen- ;power of high school and college trouble us all. And hope it grass fireia. the 110 block of he said.

60's have added a new rangeof agers' values. She is the permissive ':students is about TEN BTOON I.does, U is also us! NW 16th, Avenue. The licenses are numbered.

pressures-a range that runs mamma, the one who dollars a year! ----- A detailed: factual acocunt of the crucifixion
from mamma to Madison Avenue wants her children to be "hap- Advertisers today do a master.. Gainesville Sun

py." She gives In, letting her ful job of stimulating teen buy i c bJtul't' % Published things except based on long study of scriptural I and archaeological -

Let's talk about mamma: offspring do what "every 0 Ii eelse" ing. Hear this: Siitui44y. W Sunday mornings evidence c A retelling of the story on
It's secret that in the typical does without even know- "Be the first in your crowdto by the Gainesville Pub ,
modern no American home i ing who "everyone else" is. own an Elvis Presley pillow ZARY CRAWFORD I Starke, and Ronald of Prow, fishing Company at 101 St 1 Calvary by Q scholar who explain each event In
A life sized STARK Zary Crawford, Utah\ 2nd Place, Ctiiinville." Florida,
She condones
or even encourages case. picture of ;
t mamma wears the the decisions pants. ,Mamma -- going steady because she Elvis beside you every night 66, a retired farmer, died Friday Also, four brothers, Lonnie and matter entered at the"Pest second Office eta, at* I o clear, simple style.

makes passes is told it contributes status in and for only five dollars! at his residence here, followIng and T, Clayton Crawford of Gainesville Florida.CIRCW4TIQN .

out the privileges and layson the young people's social set, When I was a teenager and. a. brief illneis. Starke and Odom and Spencerof RATES IY I Don't min the five-part excerpt from this : 1

the punishments. Papa She sanctions the all -> night asked (or something and was I. He was born in Charlton Coun- Jacksonville; a sister, Mrs. CARRIE Oa MAIL acclaimed book starting Monday March :
may pay the bills, but he is no party at Prom time even told, "No, we can't afford it," I ty, Ga., and was a member of Jeff Lewis, Starke, and 26 I i highly :
longer the towering figure of instincts ; knew it the Union Primitive Baptist grandchildren. 1 W.k .45 23 In the : ,
though her and every was so, and that was the ) Mass ,S.IS ,
authority.So working brain cell tell her such end of it Today, with two cars Church. Funeral services are scheduled -
ta recent years, the kids breed trouble. she in TV Survivors include his widow Ail roll swtactfptions must 4 -,
But in
parties every garage, a every at 33Q; pan. today at Union be paid (t" .dYrg.
have seen less and less of pa doesn't want to be a spoilspoiland room, Stereo and instant credit Reba; five daughters Mrs. Primitive Baptist Church, with .f.tthlIiIi2 .

pa. But I have worse new s. cast the veto that would J it is almost impossible con Hazel Rhoden, Mrs. Bernice Elders B. H. Rawb and Herman MSMbOf of Awdjt Bureaq of : ( UU :
In more recent years the kid embolden other mothers to ob- vince a child that he can't have Jackson, Mrs. Eloise Jackson,: Moody and
dies are beginning to see even ject. Why, this could mean that something because his. parents Mrs.. Merrian Faulkner and officiating. Alt 'gist twiUiMd. herein Is
less and less of mamma. She her would be ostracized can't afford it Mrs Bonnie Boom all of WIt prpperty t( spa GainejvtU. '
daughter Burial will be in Dyal Cemetery PwMbfcfcg CGl'AIIMYw'' CC) MM. H -
is either holding down a full by her friends! I received this letter from a Starke; five sons, J. H., G. L, under the direction of net II I K strictly Ooctic fertidden* "In 'wittwot'''orln the pan written I* ''

time job outside the home or She gussies up her 12year- lS-year-old boy- in :Phoenix, ,Kenneth and Larry, all o| Win C, Jones; Funeral Home. Il' sae Jsslo. ef tile f'jbIlshw,
in play-
absorbed golfing,
old daughter in high heels, a Arizona: '

ing bridge, crusading for some padded bra and more powderand I ."1 asked my dadjf J couldn't j More About \

cause, or socializing. paint than a burlesque hay a car of my own because ,

Consequently we now havea queen would wear, and sends! I dldqt flunk a thing, and be Dear GainesvilleAccept '

generation of guilty parentswho her off into the night with a' said It was out of the question JohnsonFrom :,

are substituting material boy who just got his driver's because we couldn't afford )It.

things (clothes cars, spend-' license last week. Then all I said was, 'I didn't

ing money) for the love, gui Almost every boy, upon' know we were TUAT poor,' 90 Page 1 THANKS and a.

dance and supervision they reaching the legal age to drive,' ray father got mad at me and After reading his statement, my

know they should be giving their, has a car of his own, or car seat me to my room, so please 'Johnson opened the COOT tQquestions

children but are not. I borrow one at a moment's no- excuse my writing because Jan launching what

Parents must expend energy. tice. The automobile has be- U .y closet with the door proved to be another impromptunews pledge for best efforts and :.
and invest time in being par my
come the modern tribal symbol closed and I am also holdinga conference. .
ents. And this many parentsare of manhood With, five gal- flashlight"Teenagers Purjpg the questioning, thePresident I .

unwilling to do. lons of gas our young peopleare actually suffer. said "otoiobsly" dedicated service :

Thirty years ago men and transported into a private from a lack of security if they restoration of formal diplomatic as yourCITY i iCOMMISSJONER.
women of 40 and 45 made their world of their own in 20 min don't have everything their con- relations between the United

beds and were content to lie in utes. Wise guys say small temporaries have, whether they States and Panama would have

them. Parents of teenagerswho wonder our kids multiply before need it or not.. The point is i illustrated -to precede any review of divisive :: I

realized that some of the they can add two and two. well in a letter from a problems.The < .

magic had gone out of their I Then there is this happiness girl .In Oak Park, Illinois, She President had this to say .. :
marriage considered it no great:' kick Many: parents are over-\- wrote: i in his statement about the machinery : ::. :- 0:_ i )

sacrifice to stay together for pressed with the importance of "Dear Abby: for such a review: "A Gratefully yours .. It

the sake of their children. keeping their youngsters hap J am 'a te.year-.Jcl'PI who soon as he is invited by the government '

Not so today. Many men and py. When a 17 or IS-year-oM needs a bra. I tic.at have any Ol Panama, our am- \

women of 40 and 45 are vigorous goes off to college, the II rat hast yet, but I need a bra any- bassador will be on his way. We '

attractive, adventuresomeand time he telephones home he Is way because all Ute giri iq my shall also designate a special I JIM RICHARDSON _:

are Just getting their second asked immediately "Are you room have them; Del most of J representative. He will arrive
romantic wind. They're bet- them don't need fta.. .
happy there" one AU with full authority to discuss every '

ter off financially, and have Twenty years ago those who except Debbie Schwartz, who difficulty. He will be ; ...-

more free tone. They look, were lucky enough to be sent says she is ap fte a 34B hot we charged with the responsibility I.St-: .- ......

feel and behave much like away to college were told, think she's lying." of seeking a solution which :recognizes :
their teen-age children. (Who "Work your head off, kid, and Can anyone deny that muchof the fair claims of Pan- II My wife, Caroline, expresses her sincere gratitude for:=so:,ml k

hasn't ,attended a wedding re- make the most of this opportunity our entertainment and popu- ama and protects the interest of i from old and dear friendl. '-- -_ n .
cently where the mother of the to get an education." lar literature have never been all the American nations la the help so many new .

bride stole the ,show because, In an,essay, The Real Reason more saturated with sex? Our can.1! -

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,Sunday, March 22, 1964 Gainesville Sun At J

Donald Wtlllam-TredlntcV, 2200 NE 9th an overtime parking Ticket: $5; Fred $15. -- -r-..
Ter., Hans Joachim Jochen 405 NE 7th Clark Robbins, 119 NW 19th SU David SUSPENDED THI SENTENCE .f checks $20 costs and restitution or I cense -0
Ave., Ernest Boyd Stewart Route X Patrick Vtek 1385 NW 14th Ave.. Will- Ralph William Whiting 12 SE 4th Place. each; C. J. Falrley Alachua, withholding S Judge Ira Carter, presiding -. ,
Box 371C Robert Lee Davis, 131 SE I lam*Monroe Crews Archer, Marcus running a red light, $740 or :3 days In support sentence withheld on condition March 19
I / SEE \ 21st SU Harriett Ullian Ford. 2016 NE Fountain 916 SE 12th Ave., and Richard !aIL he pay support; Henry E. Gregg, A. U and Hal McLeod d-ba Mcleod
by I 7th Ter., Wayne Michael Toohey 2131 Hines Jr., 829 19th Ter., all drivers DISMISSED CHARGES against WIllIam 713 NW 5th Ave. and James Goff. 410 I and Company High Springs vs. Charlie .
NW 55th Ter., all speeding. $10; license violations $20. Brown Ward Arlington 1824 NW NW 52nd Ter.. withholding support. 40 Hickman Alachua, $29.94 plus S4
i Thomas D. Bartley. 2125 NW 3rd Clifford E. Landers. 1227 SE 4th Ave.. 3rd Place disorderly conduct; Thomas days each Fred McReynolds, '12 SE court costs.
Place two charges of parking out of Phillip Chi Ying Chan. 1216 SW 2nd Hampton, 408 NW 3rd SU drunk and 5th St. carrying a concealed weapon, Propane Bottle Gas Company vs.
assigned zones at the University of Ave, Olen Wesley Lee 430 N. Main Valerie J. Broderson 1406 SW 12th Ave. $200 or 60 days, and disorderly conduct Virgil Keene 1442 NE Ufh Place, $39.41 I
Florida $5 and $10; William Mussbaum SU and Andrew Kmetz Jr., Mulberry. parking on campus without a decaL I $200 or 60 days; Melonese Williams. plus $4 court costs.L .
: 303 NW 17th St. parking out of the failing to yield the right of way. $25 COURT OF RECORD High Springs worthless check, restitu- W. Brown d-b-a Brown's HardWare -
:: .: : assigned zone at the University $10; each; Alan Stephen Chotiner 312 Thomas Criminal Dispositions tion.Ander and Building Supplies, Haw.
.the SUN Steven Robert Gaines. 106 NW 10th St. Hall at the University. Raymond Judge Ira Carter presiding, March 18 Lee Balsden Alachua reckless thome vs. Cart C. and Jewell H.
driving in a restricted area at the University Samuel Kaplan 7826 Graham Area at Found Samuel Lee driving sentence deferred; John Wayne King Hawthorne, $234.84 plus $5 court
guilty Jones 521
$5; Alan Jon Popper 1414 NW the University and Larry Robinson. 5 NW 4th SU violation of drivers license Finley. Route 2, driving without a license costs.
3rd Place, no decal $5, and parking In Fraternity Row each riding. three on restrictions $20 or 5 days; Hartez Lamar $20 costs; Joe Gethers. Alachua Marlon Finance Company" Archie
E 1 :_ I a restricted area at the University, $10; a motor scooter. $10; Russell Francis Pitts. Lowell Improper drivers license General Hospital driving without a license Sheppard, Trenton.' $59340 $13741 Interest -
I Charlie Murphy. 429 NW 3rd SU allowing Farnem. 2530 NW 10th Ave.. makinga $20 costs; Wllford Smith Johns. and $10 court costs.
$25 5
or days; Norris Vertin
.a..BUILDING PERMITSMarcb ; George Wlnfred McClellan 703 NW Uth Blackshear. 304 NW 7th Ter.. Kenneth an unlicensed person to drive u-turn. $5; Arnold Joseph Lasata. Smith, Hawthorne improper drivers license High Springs driving without a li Donald R. Davis d-b-a Don's Radio
cense. $20 costs Claude W. Lee NW
It.I 1Mi Ave., all running stop signs. $10; James Herbert RIsInger. 3008 SE 18th Ave.. $20; Jerry Madison Sherouse. Route 3. 1714 NW 3rd Ave.. Howard Snowliss. $25 or 5 days; Frank Ottis Us- ; 515 and Television Service 2025 NW 6th
i ..... City Mathew Hagan. 1319 NW 2nd Ave.. running Edward Lee Jackson. 1904 NE 4th Ave., Box 244 driving with faulty brakes, 510; 317 NW 2nd st. George R. Cilley. 2463 sery. 617 NE 10th Place driving without Ave. driving without a license, $20 I SU vs. Mrs. Salty Jefferson 1752 N6 *a
1 t Mrs. Ff-Eo'-Steckert, 205 NE 6th Ave.. a stop sign, $25; Howard Morton Gloria Jean Polk 425 NE 1st St. Rose Rubin Hill Box 484 following too close SE 11th St.. and Bert Smukler. 324; a license. $25 or 5 days; Gus Davis costs.Estreated the bonds of Oscar Buck- 21st Way, $12.41 plus $4 court costs. ...,
,I"' I reptlr garage $$o0.r Gllcken 1216 SW 2nd Ave., running a Gilmore Rabinowitz, 418 SW 10th SU ly. $50; Johnny Dykes Jefferson. 125 NE NW 19th St. making a u-turn. $10; Ocala, fishing without a license. Donald R. Davis, d-b-a Don's Radio
22nd St.. shoplifting. $100; Leonard Jerome Patrick Gene Frank 123 NW 20th :ner fishing without license. $35; Robert and Television Service vs. Mrs. Karen ......
,, W. W. Ward 2133 NE 6th St., repair stop sign. $20; Eric Charles Van Mlddielem Thomas Fisher Gasklns Jr. Lawtey.Gilberts $20 or 3 days. W. Hatten, reckless
Wilson Jr., 3151 SW 19th Ter., Ter.. Chang Shi Lu. 18 NW Uth St. driving $35; Hutchinson 3009 NE 11th
.. business. $2.500. 1714 NW Uth Ave., running a Grosvenor Hess 211 Boulevard Edward Galloway, drunk. $25 or 15 Carmel Lancaster 4300 SE 14th Drive. $15.61 .,
Hubert Rufus Laverne Dixon Alachua. reckless driving $25; Robert L, Gil- Andrew Peter Trakas Buckman Hall and Terwno plus $4 court costs. '
F. McDonetl 240 SW 3rd SI- stop sign. $5; days failing to have his vehicle life saving device
repair dwelling. 1300.I" William Orsen Carrell Route 3, Box James Williams, 808 NE 22nd St. Owen strap 303 NW 17th SU driving the at the University William Rodney Ed- under control, $60 or 30 days; William Jerry Prescott. Santa on Fe.a improper boat $20 license ; Frank Robshad d-b-a South Atlantic *"T* ,
.1. Fennell I Jr., 622 NE 2nd SU wrong way on a one-way street. $10; ens. 1025 Weaver Hall at the University Oil Company Palatka. vs. D. T. J
W. Willard
M. ,
I Murray> 640 NW.. 4th Sf':" repair 184A. careless driving $25 property George Key driving without a license. tag $35; Walter Young Jr., Improper "
Jack Morrow 229 NW 8th St. all riding bicycles without lights Thomas, Gainesville $15.97 T
Jwelllrtg-$400. damage. $100 and failing to report an Pasco Russo. 835 E. University Ave., Dewey $25 or 10 days; Horace McKetvln. two plus $4 .
5."P. Marshall 4024 NW 14th St., Install accident. $100; Ralph Campion BIaz, Arnold Daniel Dorsey. 905 SE 9th Place. Improper baCking. $25 Dwight Jack $10; Will Henry Lucky. 1750 NE 8th Ave. counts of withholding support. $25 or 30 reckless license driving.$35$35; A and F. Eitel.george Mil.dred court costs. "
Clark 2119 NW' 8th SU opening a car riding a bicycle without a light and ; A. L and Hal Mcleod'dW
h heating and air condltoning. $975. 1225 SW 2nd Ave., careless driving $50; Simon Peter Harris 1313 NE 1st SU days on one and no disposition of the Rut I edge. Hawthorne McLeod
S) Esther,,Ma..,King. 1412 NE 1st Ave., Robert Donald Cooke. Box 13802 University Guss MCCray. 306 NW 4th Place Julie door In traffic, $25; Lerry Blacher, 111 without a tag. $10 on each count; William second; Willie Lee Anderson, withhold display of firearms, $100. reckless and Company. High Springs vs. James vMerricJt .
SE 4th Ave., making an Illegal turn. Clement Jones, 116 SE 3rd Ave., Alachua $22.1 '
234D Flavet III and James plus $4
build an addition to a porch. $300. Station Roclard Massey Bos- Anne Reid ing support sentencedeferred; Roose- Ordered capias issued for the arrestof .. .
I intoxication. costs.
$40 r
Bobby,Hodges 401 HW,5th Aye. build tlan. South Hall James Melton Marable. Alexander McLeod 4700 Archer Road, $25; ; velt Ford withholding support 90 days; Hulen Jerrill Knowles, Greenville _
Stairway $350.GainasvUle 2215 SE 9th Place James Robert Wade. all running red lights. $10. Juliet Regina Towson. 1122 E Panhel- John Joseph Dougherty, 1239 NW 3rd John Fred Williams, failing to have his violation of drivers license restrictions A. t 'n-l Hal M-Lend -i-Ka McL"d. *
i i Auto Sales, 1007 N. Main 1410 SE 1st Ave., Marc Lawrence Sol- James Homer Farrington Route 2. lenic Drive. Donald' Richard Alexander Ave. Charlie Claude Fletcher 657 NE vehicle under control $100 or 40 days; Walter Williams Alachua, speeding. ; and Company. High Springs, vs. WD- ...".
4 St., add to business. MM. oman Miami Beach, and Leroy Harris Box 148P Charles Wade Anderson Jr., general delivery, Melvin Greer 16th Ter., and Lamar Chandler 503 NW I Delano Harold Biggs moving a motor Continued charges against Joseph D. lard Merrick Alacnua $34.94 plus $4 "..'-
# Dick .Jones, 1423 NW 16th Ter., buildi Jr., Route 3, Box 7, all careless driving 205 SE 44th SU and Raford James 1011 NW 34th Ter., Miriam Edwards 4th Ave., all intoxication $30; Ajuan vehicle without the owners consent. $20 Maples Jacksonville petty larceny court costs. n
I M addition 1o a dwelling $2,500. I $25; Ruby Nichols King 1012 NW 43rd Jackson Jr., 733 SW 5th SU speeding Sims. 532 SE 2nd Place and MargaretAnn Arias, 1929 NW 2nd Ave.. Eddie Lee or 30 days; Jacksonville ; W. S. Bean d-b-a Shorty Bean's_
petty larceny
i i Highland Presbyterian Church 1145 Ave., running a red light $15; : $25; Hugo Luis Alpizar, 227A Flavet III, Kane. Palatka, parking in a load- Pix 18 SW 3rd Ave.. Willie Lewis. 446 Joyce Coones. Chleflnd, drunk, $20 or Moyles. Micanopy driving without; JamesW. a Electric .Shop. 1103 NW 4th SU vs. Paul -....
NE-JOth! Place. build dwelling. 18,000. Kenneth Mclnnls Eaddy Route 2. Box David William Powers. 1728 NW 1st. ing zone. $5; NW 4th SU Clarence Williams. 113 NW 5 days; William Emory Comes Chlef- license; Robert Smith Stephenson, Hunter. High Springs. $91.52 plus $4 ...
f Francis Cooper 2140 NW. 3rd Place. 393. James Emilio Reynolds. 2307 Fla-! Ave., Walter Fleming Ray 317 NW 5th Douglas Marshall Molitor, Titusville 7th Ave., James Henry Morris. 744 NW land, driving while intoxicated $150 or Georgia Seagle Hall speeding and COStS. '
J repair dwell Ing. $400. vet III, Ann Marie McDermott, 217 NW3rd SU and Andrew Williams. Route X and Fred Fernand Ferinden, 243D Fla 8th St. and Erskine Glasscock. 531 60 days and drivers license taken for driving without a license; Robert Martin W. S. Bean d-b-a Shorty Bean's T_
r I Leon Robbins;3443 NW 12th Ave. build Ave, Lillie Burkett Webb 415 NE I Box 372. all speeding. $15; Harold Du- vet III, each blocking traffic $7.50; SW 2nd Place, all intoxication $25; Far 90 days; Essex Nattiel, Archer no life Grimes. Ocala speeding. Electric Shop. 1103 NW 4th SU vs. Bobby -
\ dwelling tUAOCii 20th St., Henrietta Louise Bailey 517. ane Lauffer, general delivery. Santiago Robert Newton Carter, 1202 NW 16th ley Porter Butler Jr., 805 NW 36th Ave., saving device on a boat, $15 or 10 days; Dismissed charges against Patricia Hodge.$4 court 408 NW 5th Ave. $13243"- .
Hugh Edwards 2830 NE '16th Drive. NW 10th SU Patricia Imojene Poe Ol- Rodriquez. 3003 NW 6th SU Linda Ave., Harold Uewellyn Jones 2630 NW faulty muffler $20; and Harold Daune D. W. Welcome. Ocala, no boat regis- 'Carol Ailstock Archer Peggy B. Rick plus Lorene costs.
build dwelling.,$9,000. ofsson. 226 NW 3rd Ave. Hance Bernard Marie Kilpatrick. 3334 NW 4th SU Larry 3rd Ave., and Luclnda Hostetter Maddox Lauffer. 413 S. Main SU two counts of ration $20 or 5 days; Johnnie R. Davis ,etson 1942 NW 34th Ave. and Wesley Lonnie H. Stroble. 319 NE 18th Sf.
I Hugh Edwards 2822 NE 16th Drive.I Johnson 738 NW 26th Ave.. Cecil Franklin Nixon, 3006 NW 13th SU 1226 NE Uth Place falling to pay driving with a faulty muffler $10 and 1006 NE 25th Ter. two worthless Thomas Stake. all driving without li- I Ocala vs. $291.30 Bermet plus $7.20 428 NW court 16th costs Ave.."e.
build .
I dwelling. $9,700.Hugh -.-
Edwards. 2810 NE 16th Drive .
build dwelling $8,600. =

I HughEdwards.. 2801 NE 16th Drive ,- .,
build dwelling. 9000.
Hugh Edwards. 2804 NE 16th Drive -
build dwelling ".000. -- .
Hugh Edwards. 2836 NE 16th Drive YNti
build DAY ONLY
dwelling. M.700. .
build Hugh dwelling.Edwards$8.600.2901 NE 16th Drive -

build Hugh dwelling.Edwards 9000.2912 NE 16th Drive

II! 4 Hugh Edwards C 2937 NE 16th Drive
build dwelling $$:,700.
I Hugh Edwards. 2931 NE 16th Drive
, build dwelling, $MOO.Hugh
f 1 Edwards, m, NE 16th Drive. +
I build dwelling. $8,400. a
Hugh Edwards 2923 NE 26th Drive -
build dwe ting. 8700.
R Hugh Edwards. 2917 NE 16th Drive.
build dwelling $8,400. ,
Hugh Edwards. 2911 NE Uth Drive. a:777C acy

I"I build build Hugh dwelling dwelling.Edwards.$9,000.9000.2909 NE Uth Drive - Pq fit.

f build Hugh Hugh dwelling.Edwards Edwards.$8.700.2831 2837 NE NE 16th 16th Drive Drive - h r P .-. .

build dwelling. 9000.
Hugh Edwards. 2823 NE 16th Drive.
build dwelling, 9000. .. .
J. M. Gable. 1315 NW 16th Ave., build .
a retail business 12000.

I" R. & R. Construction County Company 2030
NW 55th St., build dwelling $10,000. ,1
R. & R. Construction Company 1940 IJTY
\ NW 55th St., build dwelling. 510000. > 5.
1 Dr. C. F. Ahmann 1905 SE 44th Drive Y
enclose porch. $125. .:. DI SCO ,
A. M. Robinson. 3730 SE Uth Ter..
build dwelling. $12.000. youcS.
A. M. Robinson 3810 SE 14th Ter. 5' i
build dwelling $12.000.
William T. Man I ley. 2040. SW 42nd
Ave., Install an air conditoner. $900.
John S. Buckhalter. 4802 SW 46th St..
add utility room and carport, $1400. NOON
\ E. J. Phillips. 2001 SE 45th Ter., park $ to 7p.

I trailer and and batty build$1.000.Tommy swimming. pool, bedroom '.. .

Zetrouer. 4420 NW 33rd Court.
build dwelling 20000. 5, ......
Lloyd Myrick Builder 412S NW 36th
Ter.. build dwelling $18,000. .,..


Margaret -Oawson, 24. Williston and -
Robert Lee Wallace 27. Williston.
Dorothy Jean Merrlts. 22, Hawthorne .. rs
"" and Frank Gillins. 25, Hawthorne.
Abbie Compton Leavitt 21, Gainesville sr
,j and Robert- Eugene Davis., 22, Nash "...
Gloria Louise Angrlm, 19, Gainesville
and Larry Elwood Dover, 21. -

Gainesville.Betty Jean Powers 24. Gainesville. DACRON AND COTTON LITTLE MISS DACRON AND WOOL 'TOWN FAIR" CLASSICSShirtwaist ..:'"

and Frank Morris Fromby 22 Gaines

ville.Lee Regina.Clayton.Moss.19. Gainesville.16 Archer, and L2- "" _- '. Boys1Dress Little Miss Men's .:.:

i Lucille. Brooks 21. Gainesville and
Walter.Williams 25, Alachua.
'" Ruby Dean Collier. 40 Gainesville. Easter Lightweight Dresses ;
and -Walter James Rollins/ 42, Gaines- Slacks
ville.- .
Dorothy Mae Powers. '28/ Gainesville,
and lugene Tumerr,' Gainesville. Dress Sale Dress Slacks "
Betty Gertrude Morrow.- 16. Gaines _
\ ville./ and George Fromman Blake. 33.

Gainesville.Arnita, Posted JTT' High- Springs, and $387 $666

Lemarse Washington,. 21, Alachua. $222 2 for $1100
Susan nose Beach 46. Gainesville and ;
I Edward .John l4Vi0ne. .3$, Gainesville.
Mary Louise Forsythe, 31,. Gaines Compare Value to $14.99
Compare at $4.99
ville. .and Cbarll*. Henry. Brown. 37. .

I Gainesville.. Divorces_ _Started_ Automatic wash 'N Wear. Sizes Compare at $2.99 to $4.99 Compare at $9.95 ea. Choose from Kodels, Dacron & ..

tick.Brenda. H. Bostick vs. Rhesa B. Bos- 8 to 20. Little or No I Ironing Many styles including Duster Precuffed luy styled. Cotton and Combed Cotton. Jr. ....

1 Ray '"R. Lamb Divorce vs. Decrees Ydrah B. L
I. t chens.Anna'' R., Kitchens vs. Floyd W. Kit $1.11 1 dresses. Sizes 3 to 6X Fine combed. Cotton Dress Shirt. Look your best for the lowest ::-.:

Vlrgn 'E. Keene vs. Pearl Nobles Sizes 7 to 14 $3.33 2/$3.00 price.
Keene r?
Yif Yin Chen vs. Sadie H. Chen.
d John: Soderstrum vs. Margaret L. So-
derstrvm. ,. .. o-w..Oa.
I Jean. M. Ellis vs. Gracy C. Ellis.
) Shirley. W. Dunlop vs. Walter Scott ..
Dunlop III. ...
Annie .Pearl Davis vs. Lee Anderson -

Davis St. .... .
Other Suits Started
Atlantic Municipal Corp. vs. Emma
Pew and Louis Rhim eviction. .
Modern Homes Finance Co. vs. Leroy :
Coe and Luevenla Coe. mortgage fore


Insurance Company: Alachua County /

I Abstract ker mortgaged-Jr..' suit Company to home on title repairmen.and Insurance Marvin on A.horns Bro Patent Heels Frankford Skirts andCoulettes Men7s : : T t sy

Suits Dismissed
I Maple D. Ellington .vs. William E. Ellington :
divorce. Colored Twins Sock Smash

Judge W. W. Hampton presiding

( FOUND GUILTY March James 17 Acosta. 405 Easter Bunnies

SW 7th Place drunk and disorderly $ 87 :
conduct $30 or 15 days; Lalse Jeene 4 4 for $100
Adams 1523 NE am Ave.. disorderly $100 .
} conduct $75 or 30 days; Harry Doug. -
lay 512 SE 15th St.. drunk, $:S or 10dar .
Willie James Florence. 1636 NE 47c u
f* Ave.. drunk $25 or 10 days Asbry Values Up To 79c
A,*.:n Cuileno address being In phys.t.1 6.99 Value Orig. Up To $5.97 .
"ion "
j car while intoxH.Mu -
<*"} or 40 uays and three month 1 A huge assortment of argyles, w
I 4a+.>-, bcense suspension; In a variety of styles including We have a complete selection of Dacrons and Cottons and Cot- banlons and cottons. Sizes 10 to
tn vJJrft*? "3 Green days, 411 Joseph NW Graham 2nd St..Jr.drunk., 405 sling, strap, and Peek- Easter.Candy including, Schrafts tons. Sizes 8 to 18 with jute! belt, 13. Solid and fancies. Stock up ?

I iT *.V>' i 1J Ter.charge escape.was 60 dismissed days, ;and WIIraq'R a- A-Boo opening. Sizes 4 to 10 & Whitman Come early for best selection. now. ::. s

I ,<<. 800 SE 7th Ave.. drunk and I
.k. s f conduct. $40 or 20 days; Henry
lucOd Nelson 1503 NE 8th Ave.. I
petty larceny five days and $35 or 10
more days; Homer Pate Jr.. 2233 SE
Hawthorne Road, shoplifting five days rr
and $35 or 10 more days; Levi Rentz.
Route X Box 130. shoplifting five days
and $35 or 10 m o r e days; Levi! Rentz. ,
I Route 3. Box 130. shoplifting five days .
and $35 or 10 more days; Elizabeth r.
I Black. Twgg.! 2029 SE 3rd Place drivIng
while intoxicated $150 or 60 days
and three month drivers license suspension
.,and blocking traffic. $5 or 2 days;
I Willie Lee Green Jr.. 121 NE 23rd St..
speeding $20 or 10 days; Lacy Champ '

,, Crosby.stop sign.1024$S or NE 2 days 5th; Place running a ALL METAL TEFLON IN BUD & BLOOM STURDY ALUMINUM :.

Stephen Harris Carr Mlcanopy. fall-
Ing to yield the right of way. $15 or 3
days Ira Hlndon Thompson Jr.. 30;7
James SE 4th Franklyn St., drunk.Vickery.$25 1309 or 10 NW days 7th; Ironing No Stick RoseBushes Folding Patio -

II SU jnaklng an Illegal turn. $7.50 or 3 .
i, days Donald Grant Guthrle. 210 SE 51st
SU .speeding. S10 or 3 days; Leonard Board Chairs'
Clyatt Dees. 118 NW 36th SU speeding Fry Pans ....
<15 or 3 days;
Howard Carlton Ahrens 1103 NW llth ..
Aver violation of the anti-noise law $5
or 2-days; Gary Edwin Rld+berg, 2219
NW "12th SU careless driving $15 ors
: dm; Roger Dale Griffiths 226 SW $297 157 2 for5 N.
4th Ave., trespassing $15 or 3 67c. ,N
ChrIJtopher Kent Colby. 624 SE 1 OtA
SU speeding' $S or 3 days; James
Kevjp O'Connor. 484 Murphree Hal' ..

John-D, careless 0 MarkU driving.Chicago$20, driving or S days without ; Compare at $4.95 Compare Value $2.29 Reg. $3.87 Stock

license. $15 or 5 days, faulty muff Lets then A $1 Value .
ler. 410 or :3 days and a careless driving Full size 15x54. Fully adjustable. you fry rinses Matching folding chaise $5.87

E narrf-Goodell charge was 329 dismissed NW 17th; Charles SU running Ber-, Folds Flat. Self leveling. !hog slip as whistle.i No scour 32oz.Lestoil In a Gallon Can Turq. Pumpkin Green

a red light. S7.50 or 3 days; rubber feet Cleaner. 48c _.
Gaorge Edward Smith, 2913 NW 4thSU 50 Ibs. 6-6-6 Fertilizer $1.54 -
running a red light. $7.50 or 3 days; e
Jlmml Walter Nichols 404 NE 2nd
Ave* running a stop sign. $5 or 2 days; h.4..
Valentine Everhart Jenkins. 5577 East
i Heir: UntVersIty of Florida driving
+ wlthfiut a license. $15 or 3 days; Joseph ii MN
P Peter Perez P40 NW- 7th. ** no
MghL OM bicycle .$2. or 1 day; Gloria
Betty; Apple. Ropnx: 2118. Jennings Halt, ...
Unl&rstty of J'Jozlda..a total of $30 or
12 day on three separate charges of
havtog a car In Alachua County while ..
enl,* a freshman; Jack Eugene Jones. OPEN 9 .M.-9 P.M. SUNDAY NOON 7 P.M. DISCOUNTS
3530 SW 24th Ave. no ,University park QUALITY .., ,
teg 4eca(, $S or 2 days Richard Miles tru That give you instant ... .
The measure
only *
StroBiberg PI Lambda Phi Fraternity! GAINESVILLE-Acres Free Parking I Q d I guaranteed
1 HpR,.. two counts of parking outside of value guaranteed cash savings

f aft .T ssl dar.ned'*:are.*. ***$5'ulty or 2'brakecharge days and Ser U.S. 441 NORTH AT 23rd BLVD. PHONE 376-8292 Alw AYS.s EVERY DAY. :." -:.-.:.

"dlSftlssed"ESftEATID !
r cots
TH.ONDS of George I. 'n__
Andrew Va 1403 NW ant st. Henry
'ri 30i Nw utt $I.. $ -......
: ..-.
; -.r.-- .r.
$ yo ,

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4A Gointsville Sun Sunday, March 22, 1964' i- CONSCIENCE I THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST

Hi :: ((6a ttsui1kSu OF Death of 'Beat Generation9 i

1" c ;: : THESOUTH T *

I @ Nero fork 3fmra THE LARGER government ments and leading the torrentof are ahead of the government. /

I By JAMES RESTON programs are directed at political change, the American And when the Congress fin-
H1UISOX. I>rcil4e i aU
training the school drop-, student, it was said, around to 1
rkllsh PAT CO WHS. Vic PrwV LANSING, Mich. The ally gets backing a
1 4..t ED JOKtBOK.' VUe Ttttltemt outs. The wasn't engaged in any- 1
t IwTtTh._ | Peace Corps idea Is spread- Student Education domestic Peace Corps and
W. G. Bffl) thing and didn't about l
: care
&at ISlc: me EdtUri
I ,. Florida's Beautiful EBCBSOLE. Vie rresUeit aa4 Avtrtittof ..- By RALPH McGILL ing fast. Some 46 countriesare Corps attacks the same prob- anything. backing President Johnson's"Waron i
t Dlr etrt BOB TAETAGLIONC. Puns.., Prize ffiulBf FakUsber now sending their young lem earlier. "In a few ," Poverty" quite a few
Of tbs AUtaU (Oa.) CeoatttmUen years
T : 'University Citjr: Viet rruUesi ..4 Cttnl. men and women into the the corps "These Well, something is happening young American men,and women -
f .,. says young-
" .. tieII llaaa. .. world to help the poor countries on the campus. In some will already. be in the
'I sters will be "
unequally -
'DownWith and a spontaneous volunteer ways these students I e a ders, field. -..

'f ;: THE SUN'S POLICY sutdent movement is in the ranks of the I

also quietly and effectively habitually unemployed and un- -
= :: : 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news colurms.t = ON THE RIGHTBow _
the underprivileged _
employable. The
ultimate aim
t t ;; ; 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials among
m. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial. ) issues. children in our own of the corps is to help prevent S t!
.. .
cities. "

\ : IT The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 The Student Education showing premature these children drop-outs that by Looms c. ::

\c '. :. Want Ads-3764672Let's Aliens... Corps here at Michigan State education is the key to a bet .. ,

a PS University is merely one of ter life, by providing needed ,
illustrations of this '
'- many inspiration and motivation to
Air The Linen The Diaz long dictatorshipin movement in the United continue with their "
schooling. On Price
I _. Mexico ended in 1910. Since States.IT Bill'Jshould
that time nothing has been This is not an isolated exper-

r., g :. ..- Is that soiled linen we see flapping complicated with an odd sort of electoral quite the same. Anita Bren- ago on STARTED the assumption over a year that iment. Similar activities are

: Alachua County's clothesline? moonlighting. But we also are nan, editor of "Mexico This serious college'undergraduates going! on In other universities. II

... on concerned about a persistent rumor- Month," writing of the accel- might be able to help- Pomona College in Californiais By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. be permitted sovereign I

that prior to the election the registration erated processes of cultural the harrassed and overworked another lively center Gov. A first-class row is goingto ty on the matter of how to
debris of
Anyone surveying the change in the ensuing years, Terry Sanford of North Carolina ;-
teachers in the guard reputation.If .
books were peddled door to said poor districts break out in the immediate my
the Gainesville city election cannot : of Lansing, Pontiac and is working with William
door by especially motivated per- natural of Friday, president of the University future, when the rules committee a discount chain chooseto
.4. h'elp but conclude that we, have been jealousies other cities within 100 milesof
thrust right to the threshold of a sons in search of new voters. Such sensitive people hardened into the Michigan State cam- of North Carolina, on of the House of Representatives sell my $50 high quality

doorstep oath-taking would inevitably militant groups. Little armies a corps of volunteers to help reports out the so- vacuum cleaner for $10, as

S major scandal. In fact, there still cram the registration books with banners, similar to thosein pus.They had no money from the under privileged, and Yale called Quality Stabilization bait merchandise to induce

may be the devil to pay. with a disinterested marginal voter every cosmopolitan center the University, or the state, produced Movement the that Northern is Student activeon Bill (H.R. 3669)) which is, with you into his store, that may
!I today, were aggravated by a but a few of them reasoned now
susceptible to the merest whisper of not onlyin elaborate qualifications, a Fair be very good business for him,
nationalism that had curdled that many campuses
We refer to March 17 election Irregularities they might be able to
real] imagined and suggestion. from the affirmative, enorm- deal with some of the worstof the field of education but Trade Law binding retailersto but very bad, eventually, for
: -=: ously creative 'Let's be Mexican the kids who came from of political action. observe the prices set by me in terms of the public

I rumored. Substantially supporting the rumor ,' to 'Down with aliens.' broken homes and had no incentive manufacturers for their pro- psychology about the true value -

is the lopsided number of (The Atlantic Monthly.) *to get an education. FOR EXAMPLE.more than
new ducts. of my vacuum cleaner.
1000 students from various colleges -
'I One race was close, with Byron Now about 200 of these
voters, which varied widely from and universities mostof Should I have no recourse?
; Winn edging out Edwin Andrews THIS NEGATIVISMof young college students go out The Bill is enormously in-
four (in precincts 6 and 10) to an "Down with Aliens" is them affiliated with the

() for city commissioner with a mere amazing 225 (in precincts 13 and a feature of the new nationsin as school assistants teachers several to the timesa slum Northern Student Movement, teresting, among other reasons OPPOSED IS, I think, the

; 46 out of 8,826 votes cast. The tense 28). our time. In Africa, in Asia week. Some of them take on will be going to Mississippi, because there is a curious di- rather slender argument that

hours that followed the election, as and Latin America, the alienis the backward pupils. 0 the rs Alabama and Louisiana this vision of ideological sentiment once the retailer acquires merchandise -

I 1 the merits of absentee ballots were This tangled skein occurred dur- viewed with hostility or, at work with the bright ones who summer to live in Negro towards it It looks like some- of he, it is his fit to it dispose
homes and help the Negroes as sees ; being,
::-- best, suspicion. In some areas held back the drones.A .
4& debated, hinted at damming flaws in are by the f cturers
thing manu a
ing the City of Gainesville election. the attitude becomes extreme, few around the register for the N o v ember from the moment of his acquisition
\ the conduct of local elections. But since the city and county have and aliens are murdered, beaten with a go"Career Caravan" elections.The brought in; but the principal of it,. his, not the

) consolidated the registration process, or forced to flee from illustrating the kinds of jobs Com mission of ReligIon pressures for it are by the re manufacturer's.But .

i : First, the facts: the mantle of responsibility dropson death or severe brutalities. that are available to students and Race of the National tailers. Its principal backer in doesn't this confuse the

the shoulders of Mrs. Alma Be- "The alien" is one of the who do their work. Council of Churches will i the Senate is Senator Hubert retailer, who is merely the

((1) Election roll bookkeeping was thea. most ancient scapegoats. It BUT THE MAIN thing is not run a training school for these Humphrey; yet Humphrey's middle-man, with the consumer -

so sloppy that some individuals could is necessary to have some tar- so much to help the young volunteers at Berea College in boss and idol, the late Presi- who- is the true ultimate

get for frustrations. In Africa, laggards with their work, but Kentucky as soon as school dent Kennedy, swore he'd vetoit owner? No one would questionthe
have yoted twice-one by absentee Mrs. Bethea is the county regis- where the new nations have to make friends with them and is out in June. if ever it got within reachof right of the owner of a

\\ .- and once in the voting booth. tration supervisor, a post to which grievous'shortages in trained thus provide good examplesthat Most of this activity, how- the White House. The AFL Ford car to install a cute little -

she was elected in 1960. She cur- manpower in all categories of are not available in many ever, seems to start with a and CIO are adamantly opposed extra carburetor In the en-

: (2) An amazing 16 per cent of the rently is a candidate for re-election, government, the economy, education homes. few young men and women unorganized to it, yet many of the gine, but surely the local dealer -
and medical
: 174 absentee ballots were tossed with no opposition in the upcoming care, The movement has now arrested by anybody else. congressmen they own lock, doesn't have the same
"imperialists" are the admiration of Gov. stock and barrel have come right. The bill, moreover,
aside for minor irregularities improper 5 For example, David H. Gun-
: .. ( May primary.Mrs. and foreigners are restricted, George He addressed
out in favor of it.
Romney. makes a useful distinction
of the
:. : dates or signatures and the : Bethea may be free of blamein ousted or attacked.In a meeting of teachers from ning, president Execu- if
when it that the
tive Board of Student Govern- says retailer -
; like) which an alert clerk might Gainesville's election fiasco. If almost all the African all over the state here this ment at Cornell The eloquent Rep. Bruce Al- strips all identifying
ger ofDalias, the half
Christian church week to introduce the lead- among
countries the
have gotten corrected. so, she deserves a day in court. If has advised the Justice Department dozen most conservative marks of the manufacturer off
congressmen -
and its have of the Student Education
) not, her office needs complete revamping representatives ers that a of the product, and refrain from
in the House has
: \ ((3) No serious attempt was made been equated with the injustIces Corps to a wider audience, the manufacturer'sname
students in Ithaca have collected using
Gainesville and Alachua raised his hand
so right to uttera
of the and and there is indication
to ,jutify the absentee, vote signatures past, assigned every $1000 to finance a Cor- in connection with the
t County can grow healthy in the part of the blame for, the fail- that the movement will grow. mighty oath against it because -
,indeed the
with the registration books un- nell student team that will sale of it, then
democratic tradition.We ure of freedom and independence Like the Peace Corps, the it would "abolish capitalism
help with voter registration in retailer maydo as he sees
after the election, when the pit, automatically to producea student volunteers only as we know it"; and

: less glare of publicity was thrown know of no easy way to estab- good? and abundant life. where they are invited.go Any Fayette County, Tennesseethis the eloquent Senator Karl fit with it; otherwise not.

: on the hapless absentee voter. lish the facts. But the most obvious school within reasonable summer. Mundt of South Dakota,. Economically, the 'manufacturer

way painful as it may be is MOST OF THE LEADERS of range of the University can Not so many years ago the among the half dozen most j is greatly at the mercy
: (4)) An election clerk at the West- African states were trainedin get them to help if it will only poor "socio economically conservative senators, has of the retailers who are free
through grand jury which has the
:: wood Junlorl'High precinct maintained mission schools. Many were pay eight cents a mile to bringa disadvantaged" professors in vigorously endorsed the bill.. to play around with the priceof ,

: a separate "private list of all per- authority to inquire into all public helped on to college by church car load,of undergraduatesfrom the 's o c i o 1 ogy departmentswere his product. Justice. ,Louis

.: who affairs. The power to get a grand funds. Yet, the church almost the campus. complaining about the WHAT GOES on here? Brandies pointed out years
sons voted, supposedly for the
investigation underway is vest- everywhere long ago felt the Nobody gets paid for the postwar "Beat Generation" in Let us look at it, first, phil- ago that price-cutting 'has
I .1 benefit of some group interested in ed in States Attorney T. E. (Ted) back of the hand from these work, but David Gottlieb and America. A rotten crowd, they osophically. Can I sell you, for been the most potent weapon

: the election outcome. Duncan. leaders because, they said, Sandra A. Warden, who direct said, always dropping out of resale to others, an article monopoly a meanS of

I the church was itself a foreign the corps, testify, not on- some school and into some with my trademark on it, and killing the small rival to which
Election clerks the Girl
(5) at
: The issue is urgent, the need is importation and, further, was ly that they get all the volunteers bed: Uninterested, uncommitted specify the conditions of 'resale the great trusts have resorted -

: Scout Hut precinct loudly sang out obvious, the hour is now. To delay on the side of the colonial- they need, but that the to anything but m o n ey, ? I should think the case most frequently." And the

t : the name of voters, for the benefit ists. volunteers themselves feel booze and sex.UNLIKE for the affirmative Is over- discount houses have recently
will breed doubts dissatisfaction
:: of persons who kept lists on the side- and In some countries where the that they get as much out of whelming. If the article bears boasted that they will control

I : lines. distrust-of which we've had our Chris tian church has been the experience as the children HIS contemporaries my trademark, then my reputation 80 cent of the nation's retail -

: fill in recent days. given over to African priests, they are trying to help. in other countries, who is at stake when it per business oU970.'project-

I a : Factually, then, we are confronted Only then will our linen bear In- bishops and ministers, it holdson. were knocking over govern- reaches the consumer, and I ing current .economic trends,

by some rather monstrous bungling pection. In other remote areas, aren't the discount l houses' the

; m i s s 1 ons are attacked and NOW BUILDS WITH AFRICANSWhite principal monopoly threat of

I missionaries slain. There is a the future? If' so, isn't it

i 1\\\ \ \ \ past savage on wish the theory to wipe that out things the wise that corrective legislation'

Voice of the People ter.automatically Some peoples will then try: to be car-bet- Man's New Burden cent should monopolies gravitate?towards Again, nas-the

bill makes a useful distinction,
rv this exorcism alien dev.
: ifs h1of by refusing to cover the sale
I to the imposingsome
: =On The Sun Opinion Page==== ancient and little known @ N rUt lark ( tmt ing, uniformed black servants We have to correct the imbal- of the products of monopoly

1.\ language in place of the one By C. L. SULZBERGER ; same muscular up- ance between haves and have- producers.TO .
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcoM. In tke Voic. of Ike People column. Letters made familiar by centuries of whites with their nots.
\ mmt be n'gneJ and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should NAIROBI, Kenya -Smith country WHOSE DISADVANTAGE
not eicecd 500 words and must be written ... on I ly one Ue of ike pope Poetry cannot k* mod. The usage.A horsey womenfolk. "You I
Svn reserves the rteV to reject any letter or to sh orten It. whhovt changing the write,'. meaning or PART OF the problem of looks the part-lean, mustachioed know," says Smith, "thingsare "BUT EAST AFRICA will then, is the bill? The
i...... the Southern states has been lantern-jawed-the typi- more different than they be a superb market. This pop- roaring answer is the con-
: ; cal ex-officer who settled in ulation faster than sumer's. It is said that the
AYear'Round of the majority of citizens, I men's clubs, churches andso this fear of the "foreigner, seem. grows
the alien. The fact that this Kenya when it was a British anywhere in the world and the moment the bill passes,

Aim for'Voters believe. This goal is that on, adopt as one of the important alien usually was a New Eng- colony. Once he ran safaris "TAKE CONDITIONS for the white man can make a and the discount houses fold

Gainesville needs, and in fact objectives the goal of lander or Easterner a Yan- but now he ghas his own busi- development. Under the colony good living on his own feet. up, the consumer will be stuck

EDITOR, Sun: Now that the any really vital community assisting the membership in kee, or merely a person from ness, a pretty wife, children you felt people were The inefficient European with higher prices all the way

election is over, we as citizens in a democracy needs, a truly becoming enlightened and vigorously another state did not mat- comfortable house and against you and the govern- farmers have left; now It's around. '

need to take stock and look to enlightened and vigorously participating voters. ter. He or she was alien. In farm. Smith has done welL ment. Now people want to only the good ones. We knowwe
But if the basked
participating electorate.As the before'the Civil work together. The old man have an advantage and consumer
the future. The election show- years When I last saw Smith 11
This goal cannot be achieved not because we're white to pay higher prices he
ed stated above have War this compulsion reached Nairobi brought, in "Harambee"'That's ;
that the voter apathy of a we years ago was engulfed -
made alone by such organizations such proportions that books The Swahili for 'Let's all just because we have good will, by the immutable laws
few years past has been replaced a start in this directionbut in Mau Mau terror.
as the League of Women Voters health and education. I don't of economics, buy fewer of
by much greater Interest I believe, only a start. and magazines published in Mau Mau was trying to mur- pull together.
:' and voter participation.We We have some 16,000 registered the Civic Action Association the North were banned from der and witch doctor the need or want a privileged po them. And why should the
"And It's fun
more doing
and the Junior Chamber sition. manufacturer be satisfied with
can all be proud of this voters out of a populationof circulation. There was a vast white man out of Africa.
business with African
trend. But I think this is onlya over 50,000. How many eligible of Commerce, though they and emotional campaign to Smith Joined the home civil "Yes," Smith concedes uneasily fewer sales? His price, per
servants. The Europe a n
have contributed much indeed. "There's product, was the same before
books and no getting
"our own" his uniform
beginning. yoters have not registered publish guard, put on ,
It to that to vote and how can this By an anonymous survey, periodicals. T h i r hysteria and he and his wife carried was preoccupied with r 0 u- around the fact that there's the bill, as it would be after
seems me daring tine. He wasted time
almost organization can still issue. I don't feel thebillandonlythenianufacturer -
any race
manufactured arti-
to side-arms and It
number of registered votersbe spread day night.
election is
an not good timeto minutes. But the African
a ing
find out how of its members up better than I in has the
many any anyone. question
desthough there mind
his that
define the for the increased? In this last election were no never
goals smiles and
tity likes to
are eligible to registeras ,like Africans. I think they right to enforce the provisionsof
nor to enlighten the voters on some 9,000 out of 16,000 Southern plants to producethe he would soon be living under make decisions even if they're -
voters and what like
proportion me.' But I don't want the bill.
the issues. During an electionit voted. How can we increase needed items. a Negro government or
is this proportionOf actually voted. The results The South's decision at the yielding his British passportto my boys marrying their
impossible to If the manufacturer choosesto
analyze the issues could be used to help the membership turn of the century to disfranchise take out citizenship in an "There's less formality. girls. sell
dispassionately the who voted decide what to do. 111 feel differently let a discount house
and in depth that persons the Negro and set up Independent Kenya."I You know, the African is very "Maybe again
so any his goods at a discount, he
how many voted because a relative in ten years. GuessI
schools doomed the courteous. Can't I really
real understanding results. But voting without enlight- separate say would continue to be free to do
friend voted in can't think ahead for
or a serious WAS A LIBERAL understand him. We all thinkwe my
to economicand
region Tory
If Gainesville is enment is shallow
to becomea a relatively so. So why should he not,
certain and how children. We soldiers learnedto
way many I believe that obtain educational deficiencies.It and I suppose ,I was a colonialist do but we don't. Yet we
truly progressive city, it goal. to rather than run a loss? Because
really understood the issues live in the present. I've
to in also made the South feel says Smith. "B u 1 get on. The European just
seems the widespread enlightenment
me goals other retailers would
and the forces at work? I do made modest packet and
and "different. what I losing? I'm not has to himself a decent
separated am prove
difficult and
for the is
city, both the short- depth requires him if he
not pretend to know. But the I'd rather live here in the conspire to boycott
and constant effort DISLIKE FOR the "foreignner' sacrificing British protection.It fellow. They judge you
the year-round bya
range long-range in which the sunshine taking risks did? But there are already
campaignwas my ,
way with
of from another state or region doesn't exist. Gunboatsare on your ability to laugh
must be widerange organizationsand
goals, much
more conducted suggests that the finished. This them. That's the best criter than in, the rain at Surbiton. laws on the books against con
j clearly defined and by all media of commu- persisted until after c 0 u ritzy
widely ac
the candidates assumed, and ion. It's essential to have spiracies in restraint of
three a
nication. Even the advertisers Second World War. It led state became independent
cepted. as an individualis
ineffective and rudderless probably with good reason, might find additional ways to school boards to select incompetent months ago and I'm with it. sense of humor. They're good "THINGS WILL get'a lot trade Moreoyert there are
that the voters knew relatively make chaps. Don't get impatient.If worse before they get better. any number of discount houses
if he lives without clearly defined help. Perhaps also the City admin istrators or I want tohelp a nation -
little about the issues the in that their
goals, so a city is bound or Commission can, find ways o( teachers and hire "one of our all of us together: Afri- you lose your temper you But they'll straighten up peddle primarily
forces at work in the commu Asian. are licked. the end. rm not too old for own brands of, "merchandise,
more effectively contributing own, even though his qualifications can, European,
.. maximum tobeoperaingatfarlessthan potential unless thegoals nity. In fact, some of the can- toward this goal other than at were much inferior. "Remember Jomo Kenyat- "Of course it's not all a risks. And there's a real and ,they would.j>e unaffected

are clearly established didates displayed limited understanding election time so that election Fear of the alien today is ta? He was in quod. Damned bed of roses. Plenty of mud- chance to help. I won't leave by the Bill, and would keep

of some of the basic campaigns in the future can expressed in the guilt-fears of foolishness. Now he's dles. Lots of lawlessn e s s. my new country. I won'tleave pressure on the manufacturersto
and widely accepted by a
; majority of the citizens. issues, especially in the be conducted on a high,plane. communities that refuse to prime minister and there Cattle thefts and land squatters till the African stops keep the retail prices at an

: Until some dtizens commit. beginning of the campaign. I too like it here and would make any concession whatever isn't a European who doesn't in the countryside.Crime smiling at me. As long as I effective competitive leveL.

tee, possibly a committee appoInted Therefore I would like to like to see Gainesville be- In the area of civil rights. speak of the old man with in the cities. Invest- call drive my car through l and

: by the City Commission propose that throughout the come the best place on earthin There is the plaintive belief respect and, warm affection. ment's been frightened away Nairobi and stop at a zebra The philosophical .economic

proposes a set of goals, coming year, every organization which to bring up a child that if only the "outsiders"wouId Never dreamed I'd be talk- and there's too much unemployment crossing and while nods an he African walks the side arguments of Senator put Humphrey.me on
:. I 'would like to suggest one In Gainesville including and to educate the youth of "leave us alone," life ing to you like this." And corruption has smiles "

.; objective which Is so obvious professional and non -, professional our state. would be serene and happy. Smith',sips his gin and looks slipped in. Money talks J across, why things are okay. Perhaps he.will reconsider hissponsorship"

1.. around the club: same smil loud when people are poor. Good chap, Smith. the Bill
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I PETERSBURG GIbbs !proaching marriage of her '

Junior College hopes to becomeone EASTER PRACTICES !daughter, Miss Flora Mae Bry-

I : l'.i. Oiafntsuil1t StmJOHX of the first predominantly All persons who are taking ant, to Douglas Hill, Jr., of <@bttuattt'! II I

: : Negro junior colleges of Floridato part in the Easter program at i Leesburg.The .

gain full membership in the the Friendship Baptist Churchare bride-elect Is the daughter -

( Southern Association of Colleges asked to meet on Mondayand of Bishop N. Bryant of Eus-
( BERNARD KNIGHT Emma Davis will be held todaj
= X. HAmmiSOX. weariest u* and Schools.It Thursday. tis. Both the bride-elect and
4 + ,A.: rtMfcfen FAT cotL s. Tk Freii- was announced this week groom-to-be[ are employed in Final rites for Bernard at 2 p.m. at Philadelphia Baptist

s ....._ taut ED Jou ieox. Tic. Fr ,14&mtM that the six old institutionwill ... the Lake County Public School Knight, who died Thursday at Church with Rev. Dennis
i., Ksc.tlT. E4tt.ri W. G. (Bffl) year the Marine Hospital in San Fran- officiating. Burial will follow at
\:' teachers.
Beautiful the
1 ;, EBEBSOLK. Yle crashes tM *" be up for evaluation by System as
....-- ..n....( DtrecUri BOB TA.BTAGUOKE. regional accreditation, 'agency, The marriage will be an cisco, will be conducted todayat i tey, under the direction of Chest
, ...:. i./ .- University City' Tk. FrciUcal ... ewes April IMS. event at the Church of God in 1:30 p.m. from the Galilee nut & Haile Funeral Home.

:{ U.. .auler. N. W. 7th Ave. Baptist Church .with the Rev.
"? Gordon W. Sweet, executive 4- Christ on on LILLIE Dili SUE
',, -_ ,.,: ... secretary of the Association in- March 28 at 7:30 pjn. Henderson. Interment will follow :

: =- THE SUN'S POLICY formed college officials that the I .x vt i.f.,4. ; Following the marriage, in the Hawthorne Cemetery Mrs. Lillie DeSue-ffied Friday

'f Committee on Admission to I there will be a reception in the I at the Unhersity of Florid a
1 __ ::: 1. Report the news fully and i impartially in 1M news! columns. '
.. Membership recommended thai dining room of the church.No Teaching Hospital. .She was a
= S ": 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials ; The family and friends are to !
t =__ :- tI -.;. _; 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. a special study be made and invitation are being sent meet at the home of Mrs. Nan- lifelong resident of Bradford
... that the college be consideredfor out, but relatives and friendsare Jones in Hawthorne at :County. Funeral: : ,arrangementswill
'I ; :. :- The Sun's telephones: All Department]-372-8441 membership this year. invited to attend. i 12:45 p.m. to form. the cortege be announced.by Chestnut

_:" '. Want Ads-376-4672 The institution began prepar- .to the church. I& Haile Funeral- -Home.

ing for the April visit ,of the CONVENTION, CLOSINGThe Hughes & Chestnut Funeral : ULYSSESHUNTUlysses : -'
) Association three years ago by State Convention, whichwas Home in charge. I -. .-..

'j Let's Air The Linen beginning an intensive and extensive ,- begun at the Church of : Hunf died, ".aTlbc Un-

.u self-study. The self-study NEW CHURCHThe God in Christ with Bishop Hen- MRS. BERTHA THOMAS ivesity of Florida.Kacttfi t Hospital

revised the College's purpose, Rev. W. A. Miles, above,, ry Williams as host pastor, ._ FuneratarrangenTei$ will
E? : complicated with an odd sort of electoral efficient-pastor of the First Mrs. Bertha Thomas, of 829
Is that soiled linen we see flapping organization, educational program on March 16, comes to a close be announced bX -Chestnut &
F County's clothesline? moonlighting. But we also are financial resources, fa- baptist Church, is in the process today. NE ,22nd Terrace, died Satur- Halle Funeral Noma.r: :- .
on day after a brief illness. ,
of building a new church. -
.' concerned about a persistent rumor- culty, library, physical plant, The program today will be Duncan
Brothers morticians INTAKE
that prior to the election the registration and special activities. given; in honor of. Bishop H. --- -
of will funeral
: the debris announce
surveying arrange-
Anyone Following the culmination Williams.The :Baby >Boy Dommon ;d In
books were peddled door to ments later.
Choirs Union
:: the Gainesville city election cannot the. self-study, a 10 man team 'Progressive public is invited Bradford County Hospital Thurs-
: r but conclude that we have been door by especially motivated per- from the Florida State Depart- will present a program, entitled MRS. DOUJE FORD day./Funeral arrangements will
help "
.. w sons in search of new voters. Such ment oi Education spent three Choirs in Parade" at the be announced by Chestnut &
:: thrust right to the threshold of a Spring Hill Baptist Church today Mrs. Dollie Ford, of NW 7tb _
in 1964
would inevit- the ,
doorstep oath-taking dayson campus IN MEMORIAMIn ...... :. M Home ZL
*> *
:: major scandal. In fact, there still ably cram the ,registration books reviewing the self-study with at 3 p.m. memory of my dear mother Ave., died in the Alachua General -

M may be the devil to pay. with a disinterested marginal voter administrators, faculty mem- The public is invited. Mrs. Laura Lois M Clel- Funeral Hospital on March will 19. be, !MRS. DO'UE .FORD

bers, and students. Followingthis lan, who departed this life arrangements Dollie Fonfol -714 N.W.
tl I '. susceptible to the merest whisper of NOTICE announced later. I
:. We refer to March 17 election irregularities the State Department of The Women's H 0 m Mission March 21, 1963. 7U /...., iae"ai.Ala-
suggestion. Education fully accredited Gibbs We missed dear face and MRS. ALLIE THOMAS follows
and you I chua General Hospital
real imagined of the Mt Carmel
,Baptist -
Junior ..
College. 11
Sadly miss- !
your glorified grace. ing a lin*erin" ; M-*.
Church will in the dining
: meet Funeral services for Mrs.
rumored. Officials of the institution have
the ed by daughter, Mrs. Altemese in Gainesville
Substantially supporting rumor Ford has lived
I I : been busy bringing the self- room of the church today at Johnson and family. Mile Thomas, a pioneer citizenof
is the number of I for a great munccr of years.
lopsided new 3:30 with Mrs. Rosa Lee
p.m. Alachua whose home
: to date for the April County
J\\ I : One race was close,, with Byron voters, which varied widely from study evaluation.up Speight, as hostess. Mrs. Gladys address was 304 NW 9th Street, Funeral arrangements will be

I Winn edging out Edwin Andrews four (in precincts 6 and 10)) to. an Dr. John W. Rembert, President -'' Williams, president; Mrs. Esther -PALM SUNDAY SET will be held at the ML Carmel nut announced Funeral by Home.DONNELL Hughes. & Chest-

f : for city commissioner with a mere amazing 225 (in precincts 13 and of Gibbs JC, said his institution Hamm, reporter. Methodist Church at Waldo, today

'-I 46 out of 8,826 votes cast. The tense 28). is "on schedule' in seek- The Greater Bethel A. M. .at_ 2 pjn. with Rev. A. Anderson PERRY a

election ing membership in the regional LACROSSE NEWSQUARTERLY E. Church today, Palm Sunday i officiating. Interment will
I hours that followed the as Final rites for Donnell Perryof
I agency. He cited the fact that CONFERENCEThe will be specially ,decorated -follow in the_ Waldo Cemetery.
:.:: the merits of, absentee ballots were '' Lake Butler who died March
I This tangled skein 'occurred' dur- one of the requirements is that second Quarterly Conference for the occasion, and Dr.Yalter5. ,
debated, hinted at damming flaws in ing the City of Gainesville election. an institution should have graduated will be held at the Bethel White, will bring the Her immediate survivors include 11 at the Vetarans Administration -
A. M. E. her children, Mrs Ora Hospital in ,Lake City fol-
at 5:30
the conduct of local elections. five classes. The 1963 graduating Church today .
But since the city and county have message.At
Mae Gilmore Brooker Miss Lu- illness will
; lowing a lingering ,
of Gibbs JC the StewardessDeaconess
class was 4 -
consolidated the registration process; its fifth graduating class. p.m.The pastor is asking the mem- p.m.Union will hold its monthly la Thomas, Chicago, HI.; and be conducted today at 2 p.m.

3 1 : First, the facts: the mantle of responsibility dropson Gibbs also measures up to bers to have their written reports meeting in the annex. M. Sgt Charles Jenkins, Spain; from the St. John Baptist 1
I a sister, Mrs. Rebecca Bradley, Church with the Rev. L. C. McCormick
the shoulders of Mrs. Alma Be- standards of the Association ready to be submitted. Mrs. Hattie Harris is the president ,
((1) Election roll bookkeeping was thea. with regards to its instructional Visitors are welcome. Rev. W.M. Ormond Beach; and a brother, and Rev. G. A. Clark

so sloppy that some individuals could program, budget for instructional Roberson presiding elder; The A.C.E. League will meetat Fred Jenkins, 'Philadelphia, Pa. officiating. Interment will followin

: have voted twice-one by absentee Mrs. Bethea is the county regis- programs, modern facilities, Rv. W. H. Walker, pastor. Mrs. 6:00 pjn. at the church. The Relatives are asked to meet the St. John Cemetery.The .

and the training of its faculty Doris Reed, reporter. members will please attend. I i at the home of her daughter, family and friends are to
and in the voting booth. tration ,
to which
once supervisor post
and staff. Mr. F. G. Wingate, Jr., presi Mrs. Ora Mae Gilmore at meet at the home of Mr. Perryat
she was elected in 1960. She cur-: NOTICE Brooker at 1:15 to form
; p.m.
1:15 in Providence to form
?" ((2)) An amazing 16 per cent of,the' rently is a candidate for re-election, HAWTHORNE NEWS .The United Choirs Union will dent.Evening Services, 7 p.m. The the procession to the church.
convene at the St. PeterBap- Rev. Mr. A. F. Alexander will the cortege to the church. The
i .J.74 absentee ,ballots were tossed with no opposition the upcoming PROGRAM SET
...\ tist Church at Grove Park today preach> the sermon.. Duncan Brothers, morticians, pallbearers will be Mason LodgeNo.
:. aside for minor irregularities (improper May 5 primary.Mrs. There will be a musical'pro- '
at 3 p.m. There are six are in charge. -
.. At 8:15 pjn. a "Special AfterService 61.Hughes.
dates or signatures and the Bethea may be free of blame gram[ presented by the Youth choirs in the union. Program" will be I'

I like) which an alert clerk might in Gainesville's election fiasco. If Community Choir Galilee from Flemington The public is invited. rendered by the Pallbearers MRS. EMMA DAVIS I' & Chestnut F u n e ral
today at the Baptist
have gotten corrected. so, she deserves a day in court. If Church. Sponsored by the lay- Lodge No. 113 Choral Group. Funeral services for Mrs. Home in charge.

not, her office needs complete revamping men of the church. r :- Charles (Jack) Ross, presi-
((3)) No serious attempt was madeto dent. Mrs. F. G. Wingate, Sr.,
so Gainesville and Alachua
jutify the absentee, vote signa- REGULAR MEETINGThe reporter.
County can grow healthy in the
.:, tures with the registration books un- Female Protection Society
democratic tradition.We 1 r. ,
til after the election, when the pit> No. 1 will hold its regular meeting -

: less glare of publicity was thrownon know of no easy way to estab- in the dining room of th NOTE OF THANKS

the hapless absentee voter. lish the facts. But the most obvious Gereater Ft. Clark Baptist The family of Lillie Mae 1
r Church today at 3:30: p.m. .a
wish thank eachof
Troutman to
;00 5
: way painful as it may be is
(4) An election clerk at tlTe :"t\.t: : you for cards, flowers and
through grand jury, which has the PROGRAM PLANNEDThe
wood Junior.High precinct maintained other acts of kindness shown
authority to inquire into all public Undenominational Choirs ,t t
during our bereavement. Ben- Lis.l
t a separate private list of all pert Union will present a program,
affairs. The power to get a grand jamin Troutman_ and family.
sons who voted, supposedly for the entitled "Choirs in Parade" at j
jury investigation underway is vest-
f : benefit of some group interested in the New Salem Baptist Churchon .

the election outcome. ed in States Attorney. T. E. (Ted) Monday at 8 p.m. ': ROCHELLE NEWS
t Duncan. _
\' ((5)) Election clerks at the Girl NEWBERRY NEWSltOTIlERS'
The issue is urgent, the' need is ;
Scout Hut precinct loudly sang out CLUB There will'be special services -
obvious, the hour is now. To delay The Mothers' Club of the New- 1 held at the Hall Chapel Me-
the name of voters, for the benefit
1 will breed doubts, dissatisfaction and berry Elementary School will thodist Church today, March .1
of persons who kept lists on the side- March 25
\ distrust-of which we've had our meet at the school on 22.--
lines. at 7:30 p.m. SALES POST During the morning wor-
fill in recent days.
) Miss Barbara Jones, Girl Irving' V. Woods Jr., (above) ship.at 11 a.m., Rev. Jerald
.:. Factually, then, we are confronted Only then will our linen bear in- Scouts executive, will organizethe son of Mrs. Florence B. Woods, Williams a member of Mt. i

J.) '. by some rather monstrous bungling 3pection.r Girl Scouts during the meet- of 714 N.W. 9th St., Gainesville, Pleasant Methodist Church,

ing. who is a graduate from LIn- will be the principal speaker.We .

I coln High School in 1957 and also plan to raise $100 today

I LHS SELF STUDY a graduate from Morehouse which is urgently needed.

Voice of the For several months the facultyof College in 1961, and was chair- ,
People Lincoln High School has been man of the music department

engaged in an intesive self- for two years at Carver High PARADISE NEWS

study of its plant, facilities and School in Crestview, is now em- TO PRESENT PLAY

f On The Sun's course offerings. This study will ployed as sales representativeof
,: Opinion Page= be evaluated 'by a competent General Foods Corporationof There will be an Easter play,

committee who represents all the Detroit District.Mr. entitled "The Resurrection" pre- Miss ROTCWhile
Opinions and comments of Sun reoders ore welcome in' the Voice of the People column. Letters
the total school Woods is of two Ne- sented at the St. Luke Missionary
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be 'withheld if requested. A letter should phases of pro- one
: not exceed 500 ward and must be written on only I one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The gram. The chairman of the com- groes employed in Detroit Dis- Baptist Church today at 3 C/Lt. Barry B. Moore, left, of Riverside,

,. :. Sun.. reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer' meaning or mittee is M. H. Estaras from trict. This is the first time this p.m.This N. J., and Willie F. Faust Jr., right of Jacksonville,

.t..t. FAMU High School and Dr. company has employed Negroesin promises to be a very look on, Mrs. Pearl W. Gore, wife of President

': A Year 'Round of the majority of citizens, I men's clubs, churches andso W. E. Combs, is CoChairmanand this capacity in this district. fine entertainment, and the pub- George W. Gore Jr., of Florida A&M University,

believe. This goal is that on, adopt as one of the im- Supervisor of Secondary He is now residing at Detroit, lic is invited to attend. Miss places a jeweled coronet on the head of Miss Faye

I w Aim for Voters Gainesville needs, and In fact portant objectives the goal of Schools from the State Depart- Mich., and is married to the Jean Rentz, reporter. Amanda Boyd, of Pensacola, "Miss ROTC" for 1963-
ment of Education. former Miss Deborah Martin. 64. The coronation of the ROTC queen was'a featureof

4 :: EDITOR, Sun: Now that the any in a democracy really vital needs community assisting the membership in This evaluation begins witha the recent ROTC Ball given by the 1964 advanced
a truly
;. election is over, we as citizens enlightened and vigorously becoming enlightened and vigorously program Sunday at 3:30 p.m. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSLake MICANOPY NEWS cadets of the Florida A&M Reserve Officers' Training .
: need to take stock and look to participating electorate.As participating voters. in the school's auditorium and Butler Hopewell A. CARD OF'THANKS Corps. "

:.: the future. The election showed This terminates Tuesday at 8 p.m.1 M. E. Sunday School, 9:30a.
goal cannot be achieved Stewarts' wish to
I The family
,that the voter apathy of a 'stated above we have All interested parents, patronsand m.; morning worship, 11
: Jew years past .has been replaced made a start in this direction alone by such organizationsas friends are invited to be I a.m.; A.C.E. League, 5 p. m.; thank their friends for their acts "II"1"11
by much greater in- but I believe, only a start. the League of Women Voters present to learn the facts about I and evening worship, 7 p. m. of kindness shown during the BELOW OLYMPUS -.
terest and We have the Civic Action Association its evaluation and illness and subsequent. death of
r voter participation.We some 16,000 registered the school, Rev. Clifton Simmons, pastor;
can all be proud of this voters out of a populationof and the Junior Chamberof accreditation. Mrs. Willie Mae Perry, repor- their daughter. The Stewart

trend. But I think this is only over 50,000. How many eli- Commerce, though they I family.

a beginning.It gible voters have not registered have contributed much indeed. ARCHER NEWS ter.First Baptist Sunday -

seems to me that duringan to vote and how can this By an anonymous survey, PLANS MUSICALEThe I School, 9:45 a.m.; there 'will bean NO .

election is not a good timeto number of registered votersbe almost any organization can Archer Male Chorus will Easter program presented, SLATES MEETINGThe A85t

define the goals for the city increased? In this last election 'find bers out are'how'eligible many of to its mem- appear in a- musical program I 3 p.m.; and Rev. A. D. Lon- Pallbearers' Lodge No. Gott 68 C LfIDIDAIESAl

ior to enlighten the voters on some 9,000 out of.16,000 registeras at the Pinesville Methodist I don, pastor of New Bethel Baptist 113 will meet at the regular
voters and what M4
; 'the issues. During an election voted. How can we increase actually voted. The proportion results Church at Archer today at 3, Church, and also congregation meeting place on Tuesday at 8 G
it is virtually impossible to this proportionOf from Ocala, will conduct a
could be used to the p.m.The
analyze the issues help mem- public is invited. joint service, 3 The churchis p.m.The tiiN
dispassionately -
the persons who voted, bership decide what to do.' dues are to be paid during t
I and in depth so that any located on N. E. 8th Ave- this .
: how voted because meeting.ALACHUANEWS
a re-
I" ..w. real understanding results. lative many friend voted in But voting without enlight- CHORUS TO APPEARThe I nue. The public is invited. Rev. tl
or a
If Gainesville is to becomea enment is a relatively shallow Employees Chorus from W. A. Miles pastor; Mrs. Bes-
certain and f1ik\
how ii1b
truly progressive city it way many< goal I believe that to obtain Sunland Training Center will sie M. Johnson, reporter.
understood the issues
render at the Friendship 1 Wachoota Well Miss-
seems to me that the goals widespread enlightenment in a program Hope
and the forces at work? I do PALM DAY PROGRAM
for the city, both the short not pretend td know. But the depth is difficult and requires Baptist Church today at 5 ionary Baptist Sunday

: range and the long-range in which the campaignwas constant year-round effort bya p.m. Everyone is invited to at- School, 9:30 a.m.; morning wor- There will be a Palm Day I

goals, must be much more way conducted suggests that wide range of organizations tend. Mrs. Joseph Brown, spon- ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wor- program presented by the He-

clearly defined and and all media' of ship 7:30 Rev. C. Nelson the St
widely ac- the candidates assumed and by commu- sor. pjn. roines of Jericho at
cepted. Just as an individual nication. Even the advertisers pastor.A Luke A.M.E. Church today at e .
with good
probably reason, '
is ineffective and rudderless might find additional ways to SPECIAL SERVICES 3 pjn.The. /
that the voters knew relativelylittle
;. if he lives without clearly de- about the issues or the help. Perhaps also the City Rev W. L. Souder and con- LANDMARK members of the Mason

f fined goals, so a city is bound forces at work in the commu- Commission can find ways of gregation will present a special Bible Thought "The wordof Lodge and also friends are in-
to be operating at far less than more effectively contributing after service at the Friendship God is alive and active. It vited. ,..- ._s.---- .
nity. In fact, some of the can- -
i maximum potential unless the toward this goal other than at Baptist Church this evening. cuts more keenly than any two-
didates Jimltedderstanding
( : goals are clearly establishedand displayed of some of the ba- election time so that election edged sword, piercing as far :..1j )

widely accepted by a sic issues, especially_ in the campaigns In the future can MENTAL RETARDATIONPROGRAM as the place where life and spirit -AILING IN HOSPITALThe
I : majority of the citizens. be conducted on a high plane.' joints and marrow, divide.
of the -
j Until some citizens committee campaign. I too like it here and would The second a series of programs It sifts the purposes and following persons are ailing 6fu1fS

possibly a committee ap Therefore I would like to like to see Gainesville become on "Mental Retardation"will thoughts of the heart." (He- in the Alachua General Hos- ildGri!

propose that throughout the the best place on earthin be held at the Mt Carmel brews 4:12. Neb.) pital: Will Knight and Mrs.

CommisZion coming year, every organization which to bring up a child Baptist Church with Rev. T. A. Mary DeBose. Mrs. F. D. Shannon "When ore you going to learn? New. Hampshire

.. I would like to suggest .one in Gainesville including and to educate the youth of Wright, pastor, on Tuesday, ENGAGEMENT TOLD ,reporter. .' proved the less a candidate. .says. the. more votes
: objective,which is so obvious professional and non ,- professional our state. -. March 31, at 8 p.m. Parents and Mrs. Natley Bryant announces Their friends are asked to visit he gets!1" ,

:.i. as to have the full support women's clubs and 1... R. BRISTOL I friends are invited. the engagement and ap- them.
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-:- I ShaKespeare Observance Planned II I

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The fourth centennial of ning Fulbright, Guggenheim, "Patterns in Shakespearian Tra-
I Shakespeare's birth will be Huntington Library and American gedy," "Jacobean Tragedy," An Open Letter To
marked here tomorrow with a Council of Learned Societies -and "The Complete Plays of
talk by one of the nation's fore- fellowships. He also has "
,I most scholars of the English published several articles and Christopher Marlowe.
Mr. W. S. Talboto
writer. books. Presently he's revising ;

, Professor Irving Ribner of I Among his best known books George Lyman Kittredge's
: r> N r Tulane University will speak on'are "The English History Playin widely-known "Complete Worksof
l' Iy "Sixty Years of Shakesp ear e the Age of Shakespeare," Shakespeare." a.: ; .il

i ? *"r ri Criticism." I I i r -:-. ;p;- .. _v.
He'll talk at 8 jn.in McCarty YOUR GRACIOUS HOST PRESENTS... 'I + aF
Ifl ; p :
_. : : : Auditorium.Both I March 19, 1964 / t.,

1 i t students at the Univer-, SUNDAY SPECIALSSPECIALS i, tI
t sity and other residents of I Dear Mr. Talbot
tI 1 Gainesville are invited to the' ( GOOD ALL DAY) ;
I yd lecture by Ribner, one of the
hon- I am sure you agree with me that it is detrimental to t.-
most popular and widely
I: .. ored of the younger generationof Delicious : our schools to have them involved in o political campaign. ) .
-- Shakespeare teachers and' HamI I You and I both know that it can only cause a serious interruption -
, :.:.. scholars. Baked in the educational program and a costly loss of

&a--00- It'll be the fourth in a seriesof Tit 1L with time for the students.Too, the emotional upset to the facultyand
( five Shakespeare centennial II l Raisin Sauce 58c students could be very serious and in some cases a
talks at the University. The ser lasting one.
ies is part of a worldwide cele.
Choc. Strawberry
Large Wedge- or
t S bration. CHIFFON PIE This being so, I ask that you immediately take a leave of

The speaker, Professor Rib-I! Topped w/Whipped Cream gc absence from your position as principal of Gainesville High

ner has been recognized by win- Your Second Cup of Coffee or School and remove yourself completely from all contact with
\l Iced Tea Is Always FREE the schools during the up-coming campaign for School Super-

.t intendent. If you will do this I in turn will promise to do
Riot Toll 64
I II -P all I can to keep the schools from becoming involved in this

( NEW DELHI, India (AP) 4- campaign.
The death toll in religious riot-
ing in scattered parts of India CAFETERIA
I rose to 64 Saturday, as troops Lunch 11:30..m.to 2:05 p.m. Sincerely,
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observer was killed and I y .y'6 2 or more 22 eachPlease
the pilot was pulled seriously during my tenure in office .

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in the few
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March 22, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7A

j Il Playwright: Behan Loses Last Bout Carney Men Doyle Agriculture Conner announced Commlsslo! n that e r J.:...' ; .: ., .i.. -- 1

To Meet HereTALLAHASSEE the Agricultural Fair and Live -
stock Committee would me e t .' ,r S,1 .:.::
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IT I DUBLIN (AP) They arrested for drunkenness in Ireland of undisciplined hair, Behan talk, like his books And plays, (AP) Car- Thursday two days after the .'.
mourned' for him in Dublin's Britain, Canada and the smiled easily and revealed the flowed with the lilting cadenceof nival operators have been in- briefing but no hint as to its .. { :. .:
|. pubs, in the theaters and in the United States. In the last few absence of his'front teeth. His Dublin's streets. vited to a briefing. next Tues- business! was disclosed.A .
I world of letters. They wondered years, he was repeatedly hos Born In the slums of north ..-
I if-they: ever .see .the .likes. of pitalized.His Dublin, Behan was the son of a day at Gainesville with the state crackdown on carnivals in #'
tiieir> ldvedjJorstal Boy again. capacity for drink was leg Marries'HisExFirst house painter patriot and received -agency which regulates state recent weeks caused wide a..F; T-
j t -GonelXrom :heir raildsl.was endary. A ,bartender in New an early introduction into fairs.[ spread controversy. .-' "- '. !
BJfendan Behan, the .rollicking York's Chelsea district recalled Mate I the anti-British activities of the' : ,
Irish playwright ose: promising Friday night he could consume I Irish Republican Army. By the ,..
!J career was cut. tragically 11 bottles of white wine at a sit Quinn, the seafaring steeplejack age of 16, Behan was jailed by WE BOUGHT BY THE TRUCKLOADSO 4'
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'1, .. I No
I Politicking For McNamara II ,

E t II Your Weekend Visit to the LibraryBy II WASHINGTON (AP) President -clear of any political campaigning & -
Johnson has told Secre- even if Johnson had not ex- Homecoming Singing
.- tary of Defense Robert S. Mc- pressly ordered it that way.

OLIVE B. COIN In recent years, more and blame for this split. By and bility toward other forms of Namara he wants him to stay Cabinet officers in less sensi-
out. of ,the 1964 political Campaign EASTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH.- _
tive fields often expected to --
(Mrs. Goin Is author of more scholars have expressed large they are inarticulate. Be- life. And time is running out
it wah learned.Johnson .
."World Outside My Door," concern at the split between cause a scientist should be objective -It may be too late for the pitch in and help win votes for 1501 East University Ave.
Macmillan, 1955, and coauthor what C. P. Snow has called they think he should African animals, but perhaps"Ulendo" has given similar the man in the White House.
with her husband, Col- the Two Cultures-the worldof also be impersonal, and they will awaken that word to Secretary of State Dean But the heads of the State and SUNDAY, MARCH 22ND, 1964
man J. Goin, of "Introduc; the humanities and the tend to express themselves in sense of responsibility in more Rusk.In Defense departments tradition-
tion to Herpetology," Free- world of science. The scientists a third person, passive voice Americans and so help save all probability, sources said ally have tried to remain above
man, 1962.) must bear a large part of the prose that effectively kills all the remnant of our own fauna. McNamara would have kept the battle. Singing starts at 3:00 p.m. and everyone
sense of the fun and excitementand interested in singing gospel music welcome.We .
joy the true scientist findsin I are inviting singers from local churchesto
his work. They make their; Since 1947.1949, costs for all Lunch Where Your Friends Lunch- come and sing with us and all those that :
-I. world seem not only abstruse' consumer items have risen 29 WHERE? lead singing to come prepared to assist' in
.-r<: l. '", 'J1. but dull, useful but hardly I the song service. -
< per cent but foods has risen
on- "
worth the trouble of exploring.' I tomantlla's
ly 22 per cent Rents are up 45 I
Occasionally, though, there,[per cent and medical care 67 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE ,
Edwin H. & Ellen comes a man whom both.per cent. r
worlds are proud to claim. Sucha
one is Archie Carr, a scien-
tist who writes with the sensi)
tivity of a poet. His latest
ANDREWSExpress book ("Ulendo," Alfred A.,
Knopf, 1964) is a bit hard to <. .
classify. It is not 'a trav
logue, not an account of an expedition -
to Africa beginning
Their Thanks with piled up boxes of equip-
ment and ending with a last
view through an airplane win-
i dow. Certainly it is not a studyof ...
/ the biology or sociology of
to Nyasaland, the scene of mostof
the book. Nor is it an account -
of the work he' went to
Africa to do. It deals with I
The 4,390 Gainesville voters who showed things on the periphery of the .. I
work, the sights and sounds
their firm opposition to bloc voting and and smells of the land, the
small, funny incidents of. daily \ \ ayo
minority manipulated thinking by elect life, the happenings on other .
trips to other places that he
ed officials. was reminded of, and what he
thought and felt about it alL S

There were times, as I read ,
The more than 150 business firms, families "Ulendo," that I was hauntedby

and individuals who contributed, the sense of another voice. y'KF jY s ,
Someone else had once spoken : .
in the to the with a similar accent. I finally -
money campaign keep intact
voice. It is
identified the
precious heritage of American freedomand that of William Blake. In another for MEN.
age, with a different 1
independence.The background, Archie Carr might
have written:

"To see the world in a
dozens of workers who handled detailsof grain of sand,
I !
the campaign so forthrightly with dig- And flower a heaven in a wild 'fr ...;....
nity and in complete honesty. J -
Hold infinity in the palmof

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And eternity in an hour.
Their many loyal old and new found friends !
it4' But this is not the Age of In- i
who stood beside them the
during vigorous nocence; Carr is far more sophisticated Weight Suit
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campaign. he is blessed with a rollickingsense
of humor. It's a kind- t
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himself than at others. He can

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neck in a noose set for antelopeor .. '
tangling with a 12-foot python -
URGE EACH OF YOU TO in a small boat, incidents
blown up into spine-tingling ad- -t
venture, in Carr's hands be- 00O
JOIN THEM IN PRACTICING come high comedy.Yet y

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No silver dollars have been Post Office and time of the written, examination
minted since 1935. The govern- will be sent to the applicants
Salinger Run on Silver Dollars. Mounting I ment has asked for $650,000 to Needs Carrier at a later date.
mint 50 million this fiscal year i Minimum age Is 18 and the
and another $1,275,000 to mint .The Post Office is taking ap starting slary is.$2.33 an hour.
May Face WASHINGTON (APWhile,cial said many of the.ilver dol-Dillon will, suspend, the, regulation -wiJulow' Friday carried out the I 100 million In the fiscal year plications for a substitute carrier -
Congress -balks at approving lars bought early in the week l which requires the Treas- coins. in bags of 1,000 each. which begins July 1. and special delivery mess-
I funds to make silver. dollars, are flowing back into the'Treas- ury to redeem silver certificatesin Two men put at least 20 bags enger. When a mother sea otter sees
Court Test the government ,reserve is being ury's vaults. This indicates that ,silver metal or.coin. in a station wagon. A bag of In the late 18th century choice Necessary forms are avilable'danger for her pup, she tucks
depleted at,the rate of one 1 coin collectors probably are Many of those who queued up 1,000 silver dollars weighs about, pelts from sea otters broughtas in examiner J. W. Morgan's of- the youngster under one arm
WASHINGTON (AP) ,For million: ,a. day, a Treasury official -partly responsible for the de;in front of the Treasury's cash SO pounds. '' much as $2,500 each. fice at the Post Office. Date and makes a quick dive.

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California Senate seat, despitethe about 13 million,which means: of the Treasury Dougfas 3'4
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9 the spring, flowers, love and promising Univer-

sity of Florida football players bloom. It was no exception I II
last night as the Blues beat the Orange 2712in

ra tl:1 the annual Gator family football battle at Florida .

Field. \Qt
The quarterback positions on 1% yards away. Spurrier

; both teams drew most attention went for two but was swarmed g .A, ,4-t k ,,
from the chilled crowd of under. A a tt ctk

about 10,000 which warmed to II
the spirited play of the two The Orange dominated most
L,4 of the offensive action thereafter
I but neither team could score.
.8 And sophomore Steve Spurrierfor With less than a minute left in

M tN the Orange and junior Bruce the half, Spurrier heaved a long
Bennett for the Blues put on the one to Trammell racing behind

kind of show, running and Blue defenders. The ball was

q ,. ., passes, that breeds optimismand just a bit too long at the two-

> jf a brisk sale of season tick- yard line. Spurrier threw the
Lx ets in June.A I pass 55 yards in the air.

flock of halfbacks, some Featured Harper

new, some veterans, ran skill I The third-period Blue drive \ .. -
fully; fullback Larry Dupree featured the running of halfback ..
appears to be aging like fine Jack Harper. The junior from .. t
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Lakeland was hurt early in the #
first quarter and sat out mostof

STATISTICSBlues Orange the first half. But he drove 1- A

First Rushing downs 14 16 4 11 for nine, two, four, seven, eight, ;
U Yards rushing 240 93 three and two yards on the xfy 1'v r
Yards passing 42 216
Passes 4-15 12-27 scoring push.
Passes Intercepted 2 1 d
Punts 3-40.6 4-3.c.5 Dupree, slippery as ever, tal- a
Yards Fumbles penalized 30 0 50 3 lied from the one at 9:18 and w
Lyle's kick made it 14-6.
i '. Then came the dizzy one. --
wine, better with each year, The Orange ran back Lyle'skickoff z
rnttNGE and the offensive line blockingwas
i' .., to about its 15, a long
efficient. pass went across field, the re-
,."...... Tight Game
had trieda
'" ceiver no place to go,
The game was light for a halfas return pass back in the ori-
END LYNN MATTHEWS ALL ALONE WITH TOUCHDOWN PASS the Blues led only 7-6 at in- ginal direction, saw it deflectedand
Snaggs Two-Yarder From Quarterback Steve Spurrier termission. broke the
open in the scramble for the ball, Orange End Neal Sneed (83) Leads Tacklers
struggle in the first six minutesof it wound up back in the end zone '

the third quarter, driving 75 with fullback Steve Hedit on the

Ferrari yards with the second half ball for the score. Lyle's kick
Speeds kickoff for a touchdown at 9:18 made it 216.

and then picking up another The Orange came back with UCLA DukeIn
i 13 seconds later on a bit of Spurrier's passes to Dick Kirk, Rips

backfiring razzle-dazzle by the for 38 yards on a falling grab,
Orange with the return kickoff. another to end Don Barrett, a
a To Sebring MarkBy The Blues added another neat run by Trammell, a second

score late in the final period for pass to Barrett and finally a

icing on the victory cake. seven-yard burst by halfback
BLOYS BRITT The player who endeared him I Baezsler for the NCAA FinalsBy
collided with an Alfa Romeo Earlier, two other drivers Marquis score
Associated Press Sports Writer driven by Consalvo Sanesi of I were hospitalized when their self most to the fans had to be at 2:57: of the third period.

SEBRING, Fla. (AP-Mike) Italy. The cars burst into racers overturned on the sharp halfback Allen Trammell, junior Jordan's TD closed it out.

Parkes of England and Umberto lames. One careened into a pit hairpin turns that mark the 5.2 from Eufaula, Ala. Spurrier's fumble set up the

Maglioli of Italy, working together wall, spreading flames as it mile course at the old World Trammell, who started in I short push by the Blues. Jordan
for the first time, drovea War II air base. center field for Florida's baseball carried four straight plays to BOB GREEN i and force Kansas State to come drive, Keith Erickson and four
powerful new Ferrari to rec- Gators Friday and yester- eat up the last 20 yards. Associated Press Sports Writer out after them. The Wildcats pert cheerleaders put UCLA into -

ord course victory Saturday went.Gators day in a pair of winning Southeastern KANSAS CITY (AP-UCLA's just couldn't make it up and the finals.

night in an injury-riddled 12- Conference games and blistering fast Bruins, directedby fouls helped Michigan pull away The unbeaten Bruins had
hour Sebring Grand Prix road Sweep reached base five times in as Gators Trip All-America Walt Hazzard, in the final seconds. their hands full with Kansas

race. many at bats, was all over the ripped into Duke with a devas- Buntin and Darden each State and had just rallied to a

Parks flashed across the finish field last night as a runner, pass Miami Team tating attack that beat the Blue pulled down 14 rebounds and the,75-75 tie Friday night when the
line well ahead of the Italian NineFlorida receiver and defender. Devils 98-83 Saturday night and 5-foot-10 Centrell contributed 20 four short skirted misses

team of Ludovico Scarfiotti and Georgia Pinpoint Passing brought the Bruins the NCAA :points. Murrell and Roger Sutl romped into Municipal Audito-

Nino Vaccarella, both of Milan. Spurrier exhibited pin-point In TrackMIAMI national basketball champion- ner topped Kansas State with 20 rium.
Defending champion John Sur- passing and the ability .
completed a of was just a composite of how accuracy each.
tees of England, teamed with sweep ship.The They gave out a yelp, the
to throw the bomb. Bennett

its two-game series with Georgia hits Florida could produceto
many be- Michigan closed out with a crowd out Erick-
Lorenzo Bandini of Italy, was directed the Blues well and (AP) Florida's solid overwhelming victory gave a yell,
this weekend by blankingthe go along with the free passes, fore fans in Mu- 23-5 record and Kansas State of free
third.It I : relay team and good dash man 10,864 howling son dropped in a couple
mounds- ran with the same aplomb he
Bulldogs 4-0 Friday afternoon issued by the Georgia
Auditorium and national throws and UCLA ahead to
was the sixth time in seven pulled them to a 77-68 victory nicipal a was
showed as a defensive standoutlast t: 227.A
and back
then coming to man.
television audience combination of dash and
capped a stay.
that a Ferrari has won the over Miami yesterday.
years Halfback Jor
smash Georgia 27.3 in the Saturday Right fielder Blomgren continued year. Jimmy
for the unbeaten
U.S. road racing classic and it George Leach of Florida took perfect season
dan from tal-
a soph Tampa,
afternoon contest. his hot hitting streak during
was by far the most impressive lied the last Blue touchdown and the 100 and 220 yard dashes and Bruins, who gained their first
the series by collecting three
victory. It marked the first time Danny Eggart fired a masterful hits in the Saturday gameonea racked up good yardage on the also ran on the winning 440-yard national championship with Bradley Races
in the event's 14-year history three hitter in keeping Georgia double. drive with both power runs and relay team. His dash times were their 30th straight victory.UCLA's .
the Italian-made Ferraris in check 9.6 and 22.2.Florida's .
that during the Friday end
Montgomery collected the Ga sweeps. total of 98 points was
swept all three top places. clash. He walked only one, Although final analysis relay team also won record in NCAA title
tor's first home run of the on a play,
!Most !Miles struck out four and the mile and assured the Gators' To 86-54 Win
was never a blast over the left field line play will await judging of compared with the 92 by LaSallein
Parkes, a 32-year-old London in serious trouble as he pickedup fence in the fifth inning of the films this week by Coach victory even before the weight 1954.
I bachelor who works as an automotive his third victory of the season rout. yesterday's Ray Graves and his aides, pri- events were completed.
when not I defeats. Miami's Gene McCleary took The Bruins shortest team In
engineer rac- against no ,
Jim Biggart was the pitcherof mary impression was line speedis
ing, not only set a speed record decision in the Saturday the best the Gators have had first place in the shot put and' the final field with no starter In NIT FinalsThe
The Gators scored
for Sebring but completed the two runs in discus with distances of 48 feet over 6-foot-5, built their biggest
thus gaining his first some years and the monster
in the bottom half of the first game
for winner inches and 151 feet 4% inches. blazing fast break
most miles ever a type defense should make trou- 4% victory on a ,
here. inning to decide the game rightat victory The Gator of the pitching young campaign.staff in ble this fall for many Gator foes. Another Miami man, Bill Hazzard's ball-handling and an By MURRAY CHASS Braves, who finished

Parkes and Maglioli, who escaped that point. the five home playedto The Blues opened their first- Payne, won the mile in 4:38.4 aggressive press defense that Associated Press Sports Writer third in the Missouri Valley
the mechanical troubles games and the two-mile in 10:01.0. had the Blue Devils botheredand Conference behind Wichita
Ron Creese walked, took sec date, have pitched 56 shut- quarter touchdown drive aftera NEW YORK (APBradley'sIraves
that plagued some of the other ond base on a wild pitch and out innings, during the total short punt by Spurrier to theBlues' Florida's Freshmen beat Mi bewildered. combining Joe Straw- Drake, turned the game into a
i rear-engine proto- ami too, 10.7.Hot rout early in the second half
12-cylinder advanced to third base on Jim 59 innings played. Only seven 40.Dupree. Burly Bill Bunti, a 6-foot-7 der's all-around play with an ,
type Ferraris, finished almost Duncan's single. Allen Tram- runs have been scored againstthe carried twice for a frontliner, led Michigan's injured -aggressive, ball hawking defense -,scoring almost at will, after
five laps ahead of the closest' mell singled in Creese, and cat- Gators in the five home first down at the Orange 46. Casper Wolverines to a 100-90 con- rambled to a surprisingly holding a 33-22 halftime advan

new Ford Cobras, which had cher Dave Porter doubled in games and of these only three After another first down on three quest over Kansas State and easy 85-54 basketball victory tage.

challenged the foreign cars dur- Duncan. have been earned. carries to the 35, Bennett, backto third place in a consolation over bewildered New Mexico Frustrated
ing much of the race. 17 Hits The Gators raised their sea pass, broke out of an appar- Takes Lead game. Saturday afternoon for their Bradley's hustling defense

Less than an hour before the The Saturday afternoon affair son record to 7-2 overall, and ent hopeless situation to run third National Invitation Tour- completely frustrated New Mex

finish, a spectacular wreck in saw the Gators rack up 27 runs now stand 4-0 in the South- down to the 21 for 14 more and Buntin got 33 points and with nament championship.The I ico's attack. The Lobos were

front of the main grandstand on 17 hits, 15 free passes issued eastern Conference.Georgia another first down. In DoralMIAMI sophomore Oliver Darden dominated Braves previously won unable to get loose for good
eliminated the Cobra team of the five moundsmen the backboards for Michigan -the NIT in 1957 and
by Georgia I ab r h Florida ab r h Flare Pass 1960. St. shots and at times couldn't even
Dan Gurney of Mesa, Calif. and and six Bulldog errors. Mann Pickett,ss ef 402 101 Crease Duncan 2b If 441 542 Bennett then hit Dupree on a Fla. (AP) Plump in the opener. Buntin John's is the only other. team take bad ones.

Bob Johnson of Columbus. Ohio Nine of the Gator hits went A. B'wdoin., 3b 300 Trammell. cf 231 short flare pass for 17 yards Billy Casper shot a five-under- clinched it with a threepointplay with three titles. They sank only six of 24 field
: Mmick 2b 3 0 2 B. Boyeson. cf 312
and sent Johnson to a St. Peters for extra bases. I down to the two. Two later 67 wet and in the Army finished third
'Reid 3b 400 Blomgren. rf 5 2 3Stellies plays i par on a course putting Wolverines despite goal attempts in the first half
burg hospital. Florida scored in every inning Carlton., rf Ib 200 200 Mtgomery.Shannon, lt>30 42 6 3 0 3 Bennett sneaked over. Tackle gusty winds Saturday to surge ahead 93-86 with 2:59 to go. Barry Kramer's sparkling per- and didn't score a field goal for

With Johnson at the controls in winning its most lopsided C.Thompson.Futch Ib If 41 11 0 0 Porter Norcroft., c ss 531 432 Bob Lyle kicked the point fora from seventh place to the leadin The Wolverines, apparently formance, nipping NYU 60- 59 10 minutes, from 10:18: to go to
and running fourth, the racer game in recent Conference I Gray c 100 Bigga p 422 7-0 lead. the third round of the $50,000' troubled by the loss of sophomore on Mike Silliman's jump shot 19 seconds left. They also went

game history.The Waidrop Yeanwood.c c 111 100 I The Orange came right back Doral Open Golf Tournament sensation Czzie Russell. with eight seconds. left.Strawder without a point for four minutesin

UF Sports Gators tallied seven runs Cain Frady 000 100 after the kickoff which Tram Casper's 54-hole score of 207, struggled through 13 ties and 15 aloot 9 senior, that stretch.
in the bottom half of the first Burke 000 mell returned from his 11 to the nine under par for the 7,028- occasions on which the lead completely dominated his expected .
inning to the wild and Fiveash 200 42. Jack I battle with New Mexico The second seeded Braves
wrap up Dasbv 100 yard course, dislodged changed hands. Then little Bobby -
CalendarTomorrow wooly contest. TOTALS 3234 TOTALS 42 27 17 Spurrier fired a bullet passto Nicklaus, Rex Baxter and Bob s Ira Harge. Harge a -foot8 and New Mexico seeded fourth
A struck out for Mann in 4th Centrell hit on a long jump
and of
Creese walked and was sacri- B doubled for Trammell in 6th end'Lynn Matthews for a 41- Shave who had shared the top senior, got into foul trouble co-champion the West-

ficed to second base by Duncan. Georgia S flied out .for.....Carlton........ in 000 7th 001 002- 2 yard gain to the Blues four as spot shot 67-65 to put them ahead to stayat the early in the first half and fouled 'ern Athletic Conference, battled
Golf South Carolina Consecutive singles by Tram Florida .._.___....." 713 512 710-27 defensive halfback Jimmy Jor- Baxter took an even par 72 midway through out with 13:37 left after scoring evenly for the first 10 minutes.
E: Mann 2. Mtnlck. Waidrop. Montgomery last half. I Then Eddie Jackson and
Tuesday mell and Bill Blomgren, a walkto Reid 2. Morcroft. PO-A: Georgia dan pulled Matthews down from and dropped a stroke behind just eight points. I Bob.
Tech Tom Shannon and a single : 244 Florida: 2712. DP: Shannon behind. Casper at 208. Jack Rule, ridinga I Kansas State, the Big Eight Strawder finished with 21,I by West got hot, scoring 14
Golf Georgia to Morcroft to Montgomery to Porter.
by Earl Montgomery brought Morcrott to Creese. LOB: Georgia: .. The Blues seemed to have the 68 'up the ladder, went into a champ, stayed within shooting points and helped bottle up the points between them. That
ThursdayTennis home three runs. eson Florida 2.: 11.Porter 2B: Creese Biggatt.Blomgren.3B: Duncan Boy drive stopped when three line three way deadlock for third distance primarily on the effortsof Lobos, blocking several of their helped take the Braves from 9
Georgia Tech Four !More Montgomery. HR: Montgomery. SB: Willie Murrell until Buntin shots. 14-13 deficit to a 30-17 lead,
Trammel, Shannon Creese. S: Duncan plays got only two yards. On place with Nicklaus and Shave,
Golf Miami Invitations Porter walked, then a singleby Biggart. fourth down, however, Spurrier I who settled for 73s. sank a goal from pointblankrange The Lobos went into the game their biggest margin in the first
Miami Randy Morcroft, sacrifice fly Frady (L 0-2) 1/347 7 3 0 found Matthews alone in the end For the bulk of the field, and made it a three- with one of the best defenses hi half.Levern
Friday by Jim Biggart and double by Cain Burk J 2/315 2/3 2 4 5 2 4 2 1 1 zone for a scoring pitch. scores ran higher than Friday pointer by hitting a free throw] the nation, having allowed only Tart, 6-foot-2 senior

Golf -Miami Invitational Creese brought in four more Fiveash 31131010 9 4 2 Jimmy Hall was going to when Nicklaus, Baxter and when he was fouled. 56.2 points per game. Bradley, was named the tournament'smost
Baseball Georgia Tech tallies. Biggart Bagby (W 1-0) *1.6 3 1 1 0 5 2 3 1;,! kick for a tying point But an Butch Baird broke the course That gave the Wolverines playing in its 11th NIT quickly valuable player. He scored;
Notre Hap: Mlntck (by Biggart), U: Batts enough to slow it down took of that. 54 points in three games.
Tennis Dame After the first inning the game.- BObedu T. 250. A: 1070. 1 offside penalty got the Orangeto record wjth 66s. margin care

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c t I It Muhammed Ali I II Styles

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Writers -g om.r (Cassius Clay) I' VOODROW For

Way Out, Calls It KismetNEW Men t

.t SPECIALIST Men's Wear For Florida

YORK (AP) Well; would have to be introduced.'

that's Kismet, said Muhammed He refused."

f Relaxed All, who used to be known as I When Clay left the arena at i SUIT SALEJust

i ii i Cassius Cassius Clay X. before he became I the end of the ninth round of 1 I

i the 10-rounder, he was given I
CEDAR KEY The most uninformed, but also most relaxed The world's heavyweight
,t gang of sportswriters in the state made this hospitable champion said it was fate, or another round of boos. I

Levy Co. fishing port the "scene" over the weekend. Kismet, that he flunked his The Army said that Clay in Time

1 in than the annual Florida Army tests and he didn't wantto failed his second pre-induction I for EASTER
It was a scene more ways one as i
talk about it
State Sportswwriters Association meeting took place.No any more. examination and was "not qual,
one knew or could find out Saturday who won semi-final Instead, he said, he would ified for induction into the,

"basketball games in the NCAA tourney at Kansas City. Triesto like to fight again this summer, Army under the applicable I
call Gainesville proved unsuccessful because the long dis- Horses to DogsThe against Sonny Listen if the ex- standards." I

tance operator was tied up. champion is ready, or againstany Selected
Apparently the mental test j
qualified challenger.He i i.t'
above cartoon signifies Jack of the $
Buddy Martin, Ocala Star-Banner sports editor, got so engrossed -. one threw Cassius. I
busiest race announcers in the country. His field includes named three, Ernie Ter- and Colors

horses, both trotters and runners, and grey- rell, Doug Jones and Eddie
hounds. Some days he calls 21 races, with fields of lachen.. He did not name ex- DEEP SEA k New Patterns s

-- eight to 15 in each.Miami champion Floyd Patterson, who ,
f" has challenged for a bout. Patterson uality Plus
J 1' JJ: lb.eJ:,feiu > said he hoped to take the FISHINGFrom DacronPolyester
Writer title away from the Black Mus-

: Saj;$ 'f i 9 lims, a Negro supremacy group

that Cassius I
joined after he won
the title from Liston. Steinhatchee, Fla. and Worsted

Double WinnerCEDAR If no fight can be arranged, onThe K
Friday afternoon in a conversation with Florida football Ii
tccita lUy Graves that he forgot about doing a direct"live" Cassius said he planned a trip I I

radio show from Buren Brice's cabin on the pier at 5:15 KEY John over 50,000 circulation the overseas. : WINNER'
p.m. The Ocala station thought it had solved the problem by den of the Miami News Critten-I Beach News-Journal for The champion said Friday, Buy Several at
after he
playing a tape it had on hand. The tape was of Martin's Wed learned that the Army '
only double winner in the annual papers under 50,000. had turned him down, that he ; 65 Feet Long this Low, Low
nesday program.In conducted
sports-writing contest The eight judges were Red I f
didn't want to be called by any 18 Feet Wide price.
fact, lots of scribes got engrossed before returning to by the Florida Sports Writers Smith, New York Herald-Trib of his old names.

Gainesville Saturday afternoon to take in the annual Orangeand Association.Jack une; Jim Murray, Los Angeles Muhammed All Coast Guard Inspected Regular $45.00Quality

Blue football game at Florida Field Saturday night. Hairston, sports editor of Times; Charley Young, Buffalo "I am Muhammed Ali, heavyweight Lounge room & a

: the Jacksonville Journal and Evening News; Whitey Kelly, champion of the whole j Snack bar .' d r) Sizes 36 to 46
Gobbled Seafood president of the FSWA, announced -Charlotte Observer; Bill Peeler, world. That is a beautiful Ara- I Leaves Taylor's Dock

f, today the decisions of the Washington,Star; Carl Walters, bic name. That's my name i at 7:30 a.m.
They gobbled up more oysters, stone crabs, chowder, lisa, eight judges, all out-of-state Jackson Clarion Ledger; Mickey now," he said. i Returns 5 to 6 p.m.

grits and hush puppies than goes at a political session of the sports writers. Herskowitz, Houston Chronicle Because of the new name, a

Pork Chop gang. They went for boat rides. They strolled the Crittenden was the winner in ; and Chet Nelson, (Denver) Madison Square Garden official
main street in Cedar Key. One thing about Cedar Key the I
columns and features. Edwin Rocky Mountain News. said, Clay did not get introduced I $5.00 per person
t most out-of-shape sportswriter can take a constitutional. It'snot The winners of the first $1.00 for Rod & Reel
Pope of the Miami Herald won second in the ring Friday night i $3500Just
that far.
in general writing execellencefor and third place awards, in before the Luis Rodriquez Hol-
There was much chatter with members of the University of
were: ley Mims television main
and Luther event.
over 50,000, I
Florida coaching staff. The UF served as host for the affair
Evans of the Miami Heraldwon MAKE-UP OVER 50,000: St. But he was recognized by the II' Trips open to individuals
I' here.Much in spot news. Petersburg Times, Miami Herald crowds outside and inside the I Sat., Sun. and Holidays
of the talk centered around accomplishments of cer- !
tain p.zy rs on the Gator squad this spring, the future of ath- Benny Kahn of the Daytona Tampa Tribune. Garden and was booed lustily. the right weight for now
letics and academics in U. S. colleges and universities and a Beach News-Journal was the MAKE-UP UNDER 60,000: There were a few cheers but

"} basket full of humorous tales, as only football coaches can tell winner in general writing excellence -Daytona Beach News-Journal; they were drowned out by the I For Charter Mon., Tues., and all through the summer months.
fl under 50,000 circula- Ocala Star-Banner; Bradenton jeers. : Wed., Thurs. & Fri.

t 'em.Although the Orange and Blue game was still to come, soph- tion, and Tom Kelly of the St. Herald. "He wanted to be introduced i GAINESVM.LE
middle of Times in the GENERAL WRITING EX. under the new name," said
omore quarterback Steve Spurrier was much in the Petersburg won SHOPPING CENTERCentral
CELLENCE OVER 50,000: Edwin Harry Markson, director of box-
discussions. The smoothoperatingand
fine-passing, fair-running, i public-service category.
highly-confident prospect from Johnson City, Tenn., has I The St. Petersburg Times won Pope, Miami Herald; Jack ing for the Garden. "But I told Phone: Cross City Charge Layaway American Express Charge Plan

moved right into the UF grid picture for next fall. the make-up award for papers Hairston[ Jacksonville Journal; him he was licensed in New HY 8-3423
Rick Pezdirtz, Miami News. York under the name of Cas I OPEN TILL 9 P.M.

Produced OptimismBackfield + + I FEATURES: John Crittenden, sius Clay and that's how he !
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Miami News; Edwin Pope, Miami

coach Pepper Rodgers said that although Spurrierstill Herald; Luther Evans, Miami
has to be tested under actual game fire, his showing in the Top Player I Herald.

spring has produced optimism that he will do the job when PUBLIC SERVICE: Tom Kelly -

confronted with the opportunity. And Coach St. Petersburg Times; Bob WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THEof

Rodgers also spoke highly of halfback Allen Trammell, the Maher, Hollywood Sun-Tattler;
junior from Eufala, Ala. The tremendous competitive spirit of Hubert Mizell; (Jacksonville!)
Trammell, an obvious asset to those Gator fans who watched To Be PickedCEDAR Florida Times-Union.
him last year, is a factor that will grow larger in the face of SPOT NEWS: Luther Evans,

Louisiana State and Mississippi in Florida's first four games Miami Herald; Tom McEwen,
KEY The high
next fall.Rodger.
I Tampa Tribune; Tommy Fitz-
termed Trammell and quarterback Tom Shannon, school football coach and playerof gerald, Miami News.

now placing first base on the Gator baseball team, as alike in the year will be selected by COLUMNS: John Crittenden,I

their desire and determination to get the job done although the Florida State Sports writers Miami News; Edwin Pope, Mi-
neither has all the physical attributes needed. Association starting next fall '
ami Herald; Tom Tiede, Daytona -
Punter Hal Seymour of Starke well may be the best surpriseof and continuing as an annual Beach News-Journal. ,

1964. Not only for his kicking, which should be among the award. GENERAL WRITING EX-
I best in the nation, but for his ability as a defensive safetyman.The The writers held their annual CELLENCE UNDER 50,000:1,

husky Seymour, now a 200-pounder, has no compunctions meeting here this weekend in Benny Kahn, Daytona Beach l! our new distinctively different
1 about putting a shoulder into an opposing ballcarrier.John connection with the annual
fews-Journal Bill McGrotha.'
Feiber, former Gainesville High All-America, has to be I spring football game at the University : I
Tallahassee Democrat tie for ,
tab cd as a "sleeper." If Feiber ever recovers from a mess of of Florida. ; (

hurts, gets into A-l shape, or near it, they'd better take out Jack Hairston, president of third) Joe Halberstein, Gaines-I SUITS AND SPORT COATS
extra collision insurance for opposition linemen next fall. In the sportswriters, said the coach vine Sun and Al -

a recent Gator scrimmage, Feiber, saddled with at least seven and player of the year wouldbe sacola News-Journal. I

injuries at once, ran over people. chosen along with-the football

all-state team. The sports writ Combs FiresNoHitter
Has Come
Day to ers also select pro and amateur

athletes of the year in Floridafor
Graves, in answer to a query, said that the day has to come .
other awards.
when national entrance standards are adopted for U.S. collegesand ::1
Bill Bunker, sports informa
universities as applied to scholarship athletes.The I 'Iie
tion director at Florida State
Gator head grid coach and athletic director said thee
University, was named to the For 'CanesJunior ; J'
\er-increasing emphasis on academics will bring it about. A
of of the FSWA
coordinated; effort to set up a single standard for athletes is post secretary
under way various conferences around the nation now. He replaces Pat Hogan, public pitcher John Combs'

Scheduling is becoming complex and far-advanced. Graves information director at FSU who fired a no-hit, no-run game yes.
said schools in some areas of the country are finding it diffi- had to relinquish the post due terday to give Gainesville Highits I
cult to get games in other areas due to the imbalance of scho- to the press of other duties. first baseball victory of the

lastic requirements.Graves The FSWA passed a resolution season. i l

came up with the highlight quote of the weekend. He commending Hogan for his efforts Combs set down Live Oak, i Color-wise pattern-wise, comfort- ,

was wondering if anyone is doing anything along the lines of in past years in strengthening 9-0, on the heels of the Hurri wise you've never seen such a
an award for the first Florida football team to beat FSU in the group. The associationhas canes' third straight defeat. i distinguished group of lightweight)

Tallahassee. over 100 members today. Daytona Mainland rapped i worsteds as our new SOUTHWICK f i
That's the way it was Friday and Saturday in the No. 1 fish- Next meeting of the FWA will GHS, 13-3, on Friday in Daytona. <-ol lection.

ing port of Levy Co. Everyone liked it so well, chances are bet- be in Tallahassee in connectionwith Combs struck out four Live ti We are as proud to show them as you
ter than good that Cedar Key will host the program again in the annual Florida State Oak batters and walked but I will be to wear them. The subtle stripes \5.t% t
University football clinic on F
muted plaids and exclusive solid
And that's The 'Canes scored one run 1 .
no big fish story, either. June 111213. "
"a shades "limited editions" of the 't '
are ,
in the third Inning, five in the' '
fourth and three in the sixth. finest phontom-weigHt fabrics obtain
Florida Records Robert Hits I able, softly tailored for infinite ease

Relays Roberts picked up two of } 9
GHS' eight hits and scored one rbJ

run. Leggett, Eckdahl and Hipp :4

Will Be Hard to BreakIndividuals I home had one twice hit apiece each. and crossed !i

The Hurricanes were plagued s

with errors against Mainland, 9 9 ,. I
with eyes on new I member of the Atlanta (Ga.) jump-6'7i4", Hall, 1953; Broadjump24'4" allowing 12 unearned runs. The unforgettable character of our ,. r

4 Florida Relays track records Southwest mile relay team Archie VickersFla. The game was called on the' Southwick tropical suitings is the y s'

Saturday will be aiming at some j which clocked a 3:23.8 time in ., 1954; Hop, Step, Jump. 10-run ruling after four and two- result of superb fabrics enhanced by fI
r of the fastest times and best; 1961. Hal Seymour high jumped 4722", Bill Elliott Citadel, thirds innings. :I the weightlessness of natural tail- s .-r .I

distances ever set in the South. 6-4 for Bradford County of 1962; Shot Put-58'0, Richard Mainland picked up eight runs i oring. Imaginative patterns and

1 Such marks as John Pennel's Starke in 1962, a mark equalledby Crane Auburn, 1961; DiscusThrow176'2i" in the fourth frame as GHS was shades to complement your word- Softly, naturally tailored in the t
16-Ott pole vault effort, J. Charles Mason of AtlantaGa. Crane, 1961; Javelin243'7H" charged with six errors. robe. Southwick tradition our li ; ,

(Papa) Hall's 6-7U high jump, ( .) Northside, now a Georgia Bill Alley, Kan- The Hurricanes meet Palatkaat FROM $85 sport coatings retain their lightweight dIstinc-:
Bill Alley's 243-74 sas, 1960; Freshman & Jr. Cot
javelin throw Tech
in their
quarterback. 7:30 Tuesday night tive good looks and comfort over ,y
and Class Mile relay-3:19.1 NE
Dave Sime's :9.5 l -)'ard- next -
dash are difficult to better. Complete records: University La. St., 1961; 440) relay-45.0 Alabama ainesvme game.abrb Mainland abrh years of worthy service. An exceptional :
Class 440 relay-41.1, NE La. 1939; Sprint Med.-3:31.1, Leggett 3b 31 1 :rammer c 320 i selection of checks, plaids
Eckdahl lb-if 31 1 Ethridg 2b 2 21 : '- j
Oldest individual record still State, 1962; Mile relay-3:11.9 NE So. Carolina, 1963; D i s t a nee Hip 2b 3 0 0 Edwar ss 311 ",,i.tt"h" ':and stripes. Tropical worsteds or
standing is in the mile run, a La. St., 1962; 2 mile relay-7:404., Med1027.3, Tenn., 1963; High ;Roberts ss C 2.100 0 Huno Roberts Ib 2b 400uenther 311ulpepper polyester and wool.
4:25.3: clocking by Auburn's Fred Kentucky, 1960; Sprint Medley- School Class 880 relay-l:29.6, :Fuller d 2. 2 'uminghafn d 2 2 ; FROM 565
If 2 0 0 Simmons 3b 1 2 1'iM11ton
Carley in 1947. Carley now an- 3:22.4, Maryland, 1963; Mile run- St. Pete Sr., 1961; Mile relay- rf 2 0 0 Scrvgg It 310Sunmerlin \
nually brings his Mobile (Ala.) 4:25.3, Carley of Auburn 1947; 3:23.8, SW-Atlanta, 1961; 10 0 polb rf 0 21 0 0 1 Kino rf 120avelka I I iI I

Murphy High team to the event. 2-mile run-9:05.4: Jerry Nourse jds.-9.8, Baylor, 1954; 120 high: Rick TOTALS It 2035 000 TOTALS 23130, i .

Longest-standing team record of Duke, 1962; Distance Medley10:05.7 hurdles-14.1, Turek, N; Miami, : Mainland ..............._... 000 15 I :: ,; \
is in the freshman and junior Gainesville .................... 003 00 T7A.I i :: ,
: Duke, 1960; 100 yds-9.5, 1960; Shot-582H", Orell, Sea-. ,
college class. It's a :45.0 440- Dave Sime of Duke, 1956 and breeze, 1961; High jump- '4", Leggett Gainesville 3b ab 121 r It Croft Live Oak ss ab 100Eckdohi It r aaa.r. :
1 yard-relay set by the University Dave Styron-NE La., 1960; 120 Seymour, 1962 & Mason, No. Ib 321 Harvard 2b 300Hipp :
2b 2 21 Hearst cf1>> 3 0 0
of Alabama freshmen way back high jumps-13.4, Don Styron of Side, Atlanta, 1963; Mile run- pelt 2b 000 Taylor c 300 si =
In 1939., Roberts ss 4120. Croft p.d 300Culpepper FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOT
NE La. St., 1962; 250 hurdles- 4:25.5, Smith, Miami Edison, d 300 Brady 3D 200Guenther sd iu1 ,
Two members of the current 27.7, Terry Long-FSU, 1962; 330 1963; Discus-168'lUi", Morten- c 4 0 1 Kirby rf 3 0 0Fuller iI
Florida football If 3 0 0 Vann If 3 0 0
squads are Florida hurdles-36.9, Fleetwocd Lousta- Edison, 1963; Pole Vault-I3'6tt", Hamilton If 1. 1 Poole lb>> 1 0 r I
relay record-holders. Halfback lot-Furman, 1963; Pole Vault- Evans-Boone, 1960; Broad jump. Combs Totals p 310 ..............f..... ."'.....'.. .,:................:.....:..:.:....:::._:...:.:.::.:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:...:.:,:.:.:.. 13 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
29 f f TOTALS 23 P : : : :0-
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Marquis Baeszler was a 16 Ott", Pennel, 1963; High 22'6Vi" Carr-Cairo 1958. Gainesville ................ 001 S03 0
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; .Desperado' Made It With Hustle -Mitts-Balls \

I'. and outlandish statement. He thought it would embarrass the runners on first and third with one out in the ninth. The Mil- Bats
New dark aimrs waukee pitchers still did not have too much of a book on I

By ARTHUR DALEY what would call the kid.The Mets lost their first six games last season. Hunt was Hunt. They had been throwing outside to him and he alreadyhad I I Shoes
1 ST. PETERSBURG "He ain't you this time a year not even on the bench. He was serving as an extra bullpen sliced a single to right and a triple to right. !
lovely type, said Charles Dillon Stengel.this ball club except him. catcher. But in the seventh game Stengel started him at "Throw him an inside pitch," ordered Manager Bobby I Socks
I ago nobody thought he could make from Urn and second base. Hunt walked in his first major league at-bat Bragan to Frank Funk, his relief operative.
He 'just wouldn't let nobody tak the job away he hit 'em. He's aggressive against the overpowering Jim Maloney and then singled in his Funk obediently threw an inside pitch Hunt hammered it WE ARE TEAM OUTFITTERS
the bigger and tougher the pitchers was I tell second trip to the plate. to left center for a two-run double and the Mets had won their

f and when the umpires for rough livin him and up to let a up little on him. "Have you slipped so badly, Maloney," muttered Hank Zu- first game of the season. He was to win quite a few more Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods
'em that this feller is fightin' a like that?" for them because he into clutch hitter of
reick of the Reds, "that you give a hit to a bum developed a sur-
He fights everybody. He is a wSfr'EfiBT'int p essionaLsrThe : the desperado who It wasn't long, though, before folks began to speak about prising effectiveness.Meek Northcentrol Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters

t object second of base his affection for the New York Mets, and became both the young man with a lot more respect. Hunt had moved into and mild though he is away from the ball park, Huntis I 1113 W. University Avenue FRanklin 28212Off

plays their best player and best hitter as a rookie last year. He performs the line-up for keeps. The Mets lost that seventh game and a full-fledged desperado on the field. Stengel calls him a Street Parking in Rear of.Store
ball is a the eighth as well. professional. There is no higher praise. I
fierce intensity that every game .
with such a had -------- -- --- ------ -- -
The Mets were losing No. 9 to the Braves, 43. They
f holy war with him. Thus he has earned the supreme Stengel I

accolade. He has been termed a professional.The I
01' Perfessor ahbitrarily splits all ball players into
two categories, professionals and ribbon-clerks. He was Tipof Club
loaded with pros when he managed the Yankees but had far

too many of the other type when he directed the Dodgers, Tabs Robbins k .1r I ft
Braves and now the Mets. That's why a guy like Hunt delightshim. .1 oI
Hence this youthful firebrand has become something ofa
teacher's pet just as Billy Martin once was on the Bronx _
Top PlayerAustin
Bombers.The .
resemblance between the two is startling on the field tT
because of the chip-on-the-shoulder method of operation. But Robbins, stellar cen- Be Safe.
Billy, the kid, was a gay and saucy rascal off the field, while ter for Chipola Junior College, I .
young Ron is a quiet mild-mannered and non-talkative type. has been voted the state's outstanding I .
It's the uniform that transforms him. Then he's a hellion.In junior college basket-
his first active role in a camp game this spring, Hunt ball player by the Gainesville ,
was on first base when a grounder was hit to the shortstopfor Tipoff Club. T
what should have been an easy double play. But Ron came Fred Lewis, Tipoff Club captain b
barrelling into second with a thunderous slide and knockedthe said Robbins would be hon Pq Qv
fielder on his ear to break up the double play. ored at the club's annual ban- I
"What's the idea?" said the shortstop, who had been think- quet Wednesday, March 25. II
ing this was just a fun game. Robbins scored 30 points last i I
"It's the only way I know how to play," said Hunt. Tuesday as Chipola bowed to I.t
The young man has feuds going throughout the league because Bacune, La., in the national ,
of the violent way he slides. The most bitter one is junior college tourney at Hut- r
with Tony Taylor, the explosive Cuban who plays second chinson, Kan. the 6-8 pivot star
base for the Phils. One time last season Taylor pivoted on a has scholarship offers from I 0t

double play and never threw the ball to first. Instead he threwit virtually every major college in a t Not Sorry. .
at Hunt's head as that young man approached him on the the South. .i
base much the than The club's fete also will honor I _
path. Taylor was more upset by episode 1 A .i
Hunt was. the state's top 10 high 1-r'
"You nevair see me do that before," said Tony. "I easy- school senior basketball play- p x
going but thees fella he make me mad."

Hunt was rated behind both Don Burright and Ted Schrei- r.
ber at spring training last year as a possibility at second ers.UF
I base. He had been spotted by Solly Hemus in the Texas League Archers 4hRC'ap'
i and purchased conditionally from the Milwaukee Braves by I You Can Bank On Our
the Mets for $30,000. Four years in the lower minors did not
make his credentials too impressive. No one thought he could Sponsor r'i
\\ make the club except Hunt himself. PROTECTIONSERVICES
"I'll make this ball club," he told one baseball writer last i .
March. The reporter was too kind-hearted to print this cocky Tourney
1 .

The Archery Club of the University A\\
of Florida Intramural They're in the SwimThese 1
Department sponsored a meet

\ yesterday at the Broward four UF students will be part of the cast of
Walt Hezel range. A double Columbia the annual Swim Fins and Aqua Club show Friday I
round was shot with 15 archerson
\:\ the line. It allcampus and Saturday at the Gator pool. From left are Doug A bank's most important asset is Mere, borrow money here and
was an
O'Hara and Jane Smallwood and Kirk Kirkconnelland
Had Big i Results tourney.: Peggy Kemmerer. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). I perhaps the safety it offers to de- keep your valuables in one of our

positors. In every way the Florida safe deposit boxes. You'll be safe

(633) Night ; Women Bonnie Raedisch, I IIt's National Bank measures up in always not sorry!
I 839; Linda Lewis, 399; Jamie Colavito Says
Padgett, 338; Judy Fisher, Jan this vital area. Bank your money

I Driver, Jane Smallwood, Lorraine
Men-(freestyle class), Mike Not True
Walter Hezel, of Walt's Servicecenter and
owner Eidlin 1011; Dave Wolverton I
I sponsor of Walt's Esso in the Commercial League had 780. fIciricI :

one of his better nights last week with a 633 series. Men-(instinctive class), Jim $50,000. '
Walt has been bowling- since Pettingill, 846; Henry Smith, Asked for comment on the'I'
1 1940 and most of it in Miami second in the class division and J45; Sam Hand, 797; George Slugging outfielder Rocky Cola- salary dispute, A's General:'
where he recalls one of his ninth in the doubles event. Her Padgett, Robert Lyle, Charles vito charged today that the Kan- Manager Pat Friday said: uIt's:1: r NATIONAL BANK AT GAINESVILLEMember
Athleticsparticularly i
greatest moments, bowling for high game was 194; high set was Gaussiran. sas City over now, and I don't think iti ii
the Hilderbrand Plumbing team 480 and her average is 132. I Paul Herndon was high scor owner Charles 0. Finley -,would do any good to discuss!

in 1949 when he helped his team The Johnson's are active in er for the day with a 956 total had given the public the wrong it." I : Federal Reserve System With Nation-Wide Facilities
win the city tournament two the dancing and but did not qualify because he impression about his contract
square program dispute with the club. "I was surprised when I got,, Federal Insurance Corporation
straight plus all events. Deposit
I years they like to play bridge. While is not University connected. :
And to cap it off won the State I'being retired Rudy, her hus- Trophies were awarded to i "They had it put in the paper, my Colavito.first "It contract called offer for a, $6,500j said; Florida National Group of Banks

tournament team event in Or band, is in the small appliance first place and runnerup. Four that I asked for $25,000 if I got cut. I couldn't understand that.'!
lando. repair business. of the competing archers planto traded," said Colavito. "That is I

enter the state meet at Boynton not true. Finley made mentionof
Walt says, "I get a lot of EntriesExtended Beach April 45. They are that figure not me. I just
pleasure out of bowling. It is Miss Raedisch, Smith, Hand said I'd sign if he gave me the ;
the cleanest sport I know." He and Herndon. ,same clause I had in my De- .s
has lots of memories over the ", troit contract."
"Where is the enthusiasm, :
years, but he feels proud over
Ken Kent Association
the fact that he assisted in form- says sixth' Emerson Colavito said he and Finley ,
Secretary. Entries for the
Moose from were in one of their numerous t r ,
ing a bowling league
Annual City Tournament is ex-
two to a 24 team league. contract sessions when the sub- rLam'
tended to Monday March 23.
Walt has a high set of 670 Favorite ject came up. \ r4LJ
I think it is a sad thing that \
high game of 279 an a high only 35 teams out of a possible "I wanted to sign and get \\
average of 186 to his credit. 140 teams have entered at the, MIAMI BEACH (AP) Defending things over with, but we could
previous- closing date- -last Fri- : champion Roy Emersonof not agree on my salary," said
For Fun day. There has been no entry Australia is favored to retain Colavito. "I had a trade clausein

from Starke. his title in the 15th annual Good my Detroit contract, so I j
Mrs. Johnson of the Pin Top. Neighbor Tennis Tournament, asked him to write one in my IJIJ* _- V '
isn't there
Why more interest
piers league has been bowling which opens Sunday. Kansas City contract and I'd
there has been ample advertisement
many years for the fun and en- ,
joyment of the sport in open the facilities are excellent.The Emerson is seeded first in a sign. Interrupted"He r

bowling. But three years of sanctioned city association is spendinga field of 80 which includes many interrupted me right I\
bowling proved to be lot of time and money to make of the world's top amateurs. and he said I'd get h.i.s. GOES BLACK TIE .
more interesting to this energy this a good tournament. To help Seeded second and third, respectively away if I traded," said You couldn't look better If you tried i'-" ." \
,$25,000 were
I in this Tuxedo by famous h.Ls.1 Cool
meet the bowlers
filled lady of the lanes. expenses are Manuel Santanaof 'Colavito. "Now he's made it white Tropical Jacket Is a little shorter !
should feel some obligation to than usual I. has a one-button diamond
Spain and Rafael Osuna of :Nt
it but I didn't."Besides ,
sound like I shawl collar side vents slanted slit
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson cameto assist by entering in this tour-, Mexico. he it in pockets no breast pocket and it's l -
us from Cincinnati from never put fully lined for extra luxury. Trousers Bare
where they have retired from ney.The Night Owl league has the The third-ranked U.S. player, my contract," said Colavito. band black and hidden Pipers side with tabs extension; regular waist-onseam .- I
said he didn't think it side
Frank Froehling of Miami is 'He pockets and braided striping.At
the Union ,
Western organization.She ,
most entries entered. this price you gotta get yourselfthis 1 1
seeded fourth and is the only would be right because every- Tuxedo for dances Proms and
had a good in the
year Cone on fellow bowlers get parties ... $29.95.
one else would ask for the same
American in the list of fa-
Womens State Tournament two those entries in. Il

years ago when she came in BOWLERS NOTES: Bill John- vorites. thing.Colavito, acquired in an off- fI

son converted the difficult 4-6 Dallas' Nancy Richey is top, season trade with Detroit end-
Golf split Monday night in the Com- :seed in the women's field of 30.! ed his holdout siege last week

1 Pro-Lady mercial league. Judy Alvarez of Tampa, Fla., and reported last Sunday night.
I Tom Jackson and Al Cowan is second, Francoise Durr of Colavito said he signed for less _
Tourney etKeystone will be traveling to Brandon today France third and Rita Bentley than he wanted. He had been
in hopes of bringing the of Australia, fourth. reported seeking approximatelyGovernor's
At Orange Bowl of Brandon Match r It LI

KEYSTONE HEIGHTSA Gainesville.Game Championship back to Baseball Fete I Ii IihJ.a IiI

pro-lady invitational golf tour- HIGH SCORES: Frank Gago I

ney is to be played at the led the men with a 655 set. Close Set March 26 in -
I Keystone Golf and Country Club behind was Walt Helzel, Walt's TampaTALLAHASSEE "O.h .H'"'' nl DAILY DOUBLE WINNER
who had 633. {
Servicecenter, a
tomorrow through Wednesday.The V Stripes are hi and you're the kingpinin
Bob Rafter of Manor Motel had The 18th This annual affair pays tribute this lightweight University doubleheader 1
pro lady event is set tomorrow by h.UI Blazer striped lacks is
a 611 series. Roland Brunelle, Annual Governor's Baseb a 11 to the men in organized traditionally styled with 3-burton front.
and and
on Tuesday and will be held in the Tam- lapped seams hooked vent flapped
Wednesday, the women golfers Piggie Park Restaurant Banquet baseball and to the many members pockets and breast pocket. Contrasting J ?
Tom Davis had 610. Joe Som- pa Terrace Hotel Thursday ev- of the press, radio and Post-Grad slacks with authentic belt
will compete in a 36-hole) tour- loops has a blazer-striped belt to match
mese had 600. Darwin Simpson ening, March 26, with flor- television who converge on flo- Jacket A winning combination if there
ney. and John Benjo had a 599. ida's governor Farris Bryant rida each spring to cover the ever colorful was stripes anal Jacket. .. $3150.In a choice of
Les Stephenson, Keystone club Liz Elleman of First Federal hosting the affair.Toastmaster many teams training here.
pro, will provide a medalistaward. paced the women with 594. Elma I for the occasion The dinner has become a tradition
Prizes will go to winnersof Newman had 565. Norma Wese- will be Morris Siegel of the with baseball men, and e; .,

each flight. man, Florida National Bank Washington Star, with entertainment major and minor leagues alike, ,. .
A cocktail party and dinnerIs Coffee, 555; Phyllis Wright, by Shearen Elebash of I regardless of where their
to be held Tuesday night. Busch Bavarian, 553; Polly Miami. Elebash is widely ac- clubs train, are well represented -
Among players entered to date Gabbert had a 552; Alice Resch, claimed as a leading performer at the affair.In THE STORE WITH MORE ,n--: i
are Billie Miles, Gainesville; Brown's Texaco Service, 529; in the Florida night club and addition to the annual ad- GA.INES/1LLE SHOPPING CENTER ,
Doris Bleakley, Palatka; Mrs. Gwen Dulaney, Gold Coast Restaurant -entertainment field. dress by the Governor, the Gov-' 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ', I II IL
I Jack Elmore, Oceanside; Mrs. 525; Tillie Ehig, Holiday Governor Bryant will be Introduced ernor's Winter League Championship 15 i- itj
Hugh Culverhouse and Mrs. Re- Inn, 521; Pat Dees, Gold I to the expected gathering trophy will be presented tj
iner Bud r eau, Jacksonville; Coast, 520; Jerry Stuart, Ginny'z: of over 750 by WendellHill to the Detroit Tigers. Last

Mrs. Pat Myers, Ormond Beach,, Hairstylist, 508; and Mae I Jarrard, chairmen of the, flor- year's winner was the St. Louis HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. U SE B-L CHARGE-CENTRAL CHARGE-LAYAWAY
defending champion. ,had a 501. ida Development Commission. Cardinals.

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I 04 Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 22, 1964

I: t Yankees Get Revenge Down Dodgers, Koufax I


(AP-The New York Yankees scored on before this spring,)the third and the final run 10-1 victory over the Cleveland baldi for three of the Cubs' four and an infield hit by Dick Phil dropped two fly balls and let triple by rookie Joe Morgan.

I got a measure of revenge Sat- struck out five and walked three crossed on a wild pitch. An-]'Indians Saturday.The runs in the opening inning. lips in the first inning. He then two base hits get through him.A Ken Johnson went the first

\ urday for their four straight de- during his six innings. derson worked the first four in- Indians got their run in Winner Larry Jackson yieldeda retired 16 batters in a row before five innings for Houston allowing
nings and gave up six of the Car- three-run homer to Matty total of six Minnesota errors -
, feats in the 1963 World Series the fifth inning when Joe Azcue turning over a 4-0 lead to Duren.
and the Minnesota
four hits only
Al Downing, the winner who dinals' seven hits. Alou in the second before the Giants accounted for 10 unearnedruns
t the Los Angeles
by downing for the doubled, moved to third on an scored in the third Duren allowed two walks in the homer
went five innings Gino Cimoli homered in the again for run on a long by
and their pitcher, the Colts who
ace on
Dodgers put
t I touched for infield out and scored on JerryWalker's and added in the fourthto last three
i. 1 Sandy Koufax, 53. Yankees was only second inning against Lew Bur- a pair innings. their Jimmie Hall.
three hits. He also walked three. [dette who started and went five bunt. take a 7-4 lead. I biggest offensive displayof
Roger Maris, third man up in Tony Taylor got the Philliesoff the spring.
I for the Cardinals, and scored in Rookie Yellen finishedup
innings Boston three runs Larry
the first clouted a home Third baseman Ron Santo,
inning, to a 1-0) lead in the first inning
Richardson Cardinals Jim Gentile homered against the second when Lu Clinton and who shifted to second base in for the Colts, and gave up
L.... run with Bobby on Burdette in the fifth. Ed Bressoud singled, Tillman when he doubled off Wash- : They collected seven doubles, only an infield single in the last
first for the two runs that put head coach Bob Kennedy's ex- '
I doubled and Chuck Schilling sin- find to ington starter Don Rudolph and two by Walter Bond, and 2 four innings.
the Yanks ahead to stay. A'sBRADENTON periment to a successor I I
1 Four singles and messed up Edge Red Sox gled off rookie Floyd Weaver, the late Ken Hubbs, and rookie eventually scored on two flies.

{ cut-off play at first base Fla. (AP) -A the second of four Cleveland Billy Cowan had four hits each. Gus Triandos' double in the I I I
i resulted in three more runs off I Top Tribe pitchers. Santo had a double and three TENNIS EQUIPMENTRackets
/ Koufax in the second. three-run third inning carriedthe Weaver allowed five more singles, Cowan three singles anda fourth sent home two more runs,

The Dodgers got one run backin St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-2 TUCSON, Ariz. (APCatcherBob ) runs in the third on triples by home run.Mets and he later scored on a single Bancroft

I the fifth when Mickey Mantle exhibition victory over the Kan- Tillman drove in four runs Carl Yastrzemski and Clinton, by Tony Gonzalez. by Dunlop,

dropped a fly ball. Three singles sas City Athletics Saturday.Bill with a home run and a double a single by Bressoud and Till- Crush Balls by Penn, Dunlap, Bancroft, TreTorn

brought in two more scores in and Bill Monbouquette pitched man's homer. Colts Blast PRESSES
I i the next inning. White singled home two five-hit ball for seven innings to Dick Radatz gave one hit in White SoxST.

Koufax, who hadn't beenSanta runs against Bob Anderson in spark the Boston Red Sox to a pitching the last two innings for I COVERS
the Red Sox.Bucs PETERSBURG, Fla. 4B9 Twins. .
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Dotvn and Frank Thomas lashed out COCOA, Fla. (AP) The Fred Perry Shorts For Men
Fe's Hatch Named three hits each in the 17-hit at- Houston Colts rapped out 19 hits i
Reds, 6.5 tack that gave the New York off three Minnesota pitchers and i i Skirts For Women

Mets an 8-1 exhibition baseball received unexpected aid from Rackets RestrungJimmie
Ft. Myers, Fla. (AP) Julio the Chicago I
victory Saturday over rookie outfielder Jeff Talbott
Coach of Year in Area Gotay doubled in the winningrun White Sox. Saturday in beating the Twins Sporting Goods
in the 14th inning Saturdayto It was the third spring victory "B" team 171. I I' Hughes

., give the Pittsburgh Pirates a for the Mets who have lost FR 2-8212
By NIS NISSEN up spots in the conferenceand .1 6-5 exhibition baseball victoryover four games and tied one. It was Talbott's four errors in right 1113 W. University
Assistant Sports Editor district tournaments. the Cincinnati Reds. the fourth setback in six games field let in six Houston runs. He I II I

i I Hatch started this past Pittsburgh opened the scoringin for the White Sox whose lone 1 I I
Asp a r kling 22-5 rec- season with six lettermenand the second when Gene Alleyhit run in the eighth inning was I I

J ord, two tournament crowns molded them into a pow his fifth home run with one their first in 25 innings. IN GAINESVILLEPHONE
a victory over rival erful unit. aboard. Jay Hook pitched well as the
1 Gainesville High added up The Bucs scored again in the
The Rebels won their own starter for the New Yorkers,
to success for Santa Fe fifth on a wild pitch, in the 10th
group title and the confer- giving up three hits in five in-
1 Coach Garnie Hatch this past on a two-run homer by Jerry 376-9740
ence. They also advancedto nings. The reliever Galen Cisco -
basketball season. the finals of the regional Lynch, and in the 12th on a run- was wild, walking two and

,, And the achievementsearned losing to Mount Dora. producing single by Roberto Cle- hitting two batsmen.
him the honor of be- "The boys had been work- mente. I
ing named Coach of the ing together for the last two The Reds got single runs in BaltimoreNips CHICK-N-TREAT

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I II Hatch said. "We had a well- ninth on a solo homer by Frank 3 pieces chicken, french fries,
"The biggest thrill of the balanced team and shot 46 Robinson. Catcher Larry Himes HOMESTEAD Fla. (AP- cole slow and hot rolls.
year was beating Gaines- per cent from the field." came home on a sacrifice fly in Despite two homers and a sin- FAMILY BUCKET
ville," Hatch said. "We had Leading Scorer the 10th and Marty Keough hita gle by Phil Gagliano, the St. CHICKEN! $3.95
been working toward it for a Forward Richard Clemens solo home run in the 12th. Louis Cardinals lost a 12 inning chick-n-treat 0'
fried chicken, one -
long time." the Bob Friend pitched the first exhibition baseball game Satur- 15 pieces
was leading scorer cole slaw. Serves
The Class B Rebels down- five innings for the Pirates day to the Baltimore Orioles hot rolls pint
GARNIE HATCH with a 13.5 average, and the 7'AJO 5 to 7 hungry people. French
ed the AA Hurricanes, 50- other four starters longest of any Buc pitcher this
Santa Fe Bosson were 43.Because fries included.
48, for the first time in San grouped around the eight- spring. He gave up two runs the Redbirds split
ta Fe history. the cage team. He co- point mark. and five hits.B' their varsity into squads of / GIANT BARREL

Battling Hatch for the captained the Rebels his sen- "It pleased me a lot whenwe equal strength to play two / O' CHICKEN $5.40
coaching distinction were ior season. won the Keystone Confer- Indians games at the same time-the Serves 7 to 10 hungry people.

Ron Brummitt of Cedar Key The personable coach was ence t o urn ament without other group beat Kansas City at 21 pieces of chicken only -
l John Raper of GHS and Jan born and attended high Clemons," Hatch said. The Top TacomaCASA Bradenton 3-1-the odd double- WITH ONE DOZEN ROLLS &

Bennett of Lake Butler. school in Hope, Ark. Rebel ace broke his right header left St. Louis with a record DRINKSCOCA ONE PINT COLE SLAW $5.65

Fine Records Hatch started from hand midway in the season : GRANDE, Ariz. (AP- of seven victories in nine COLA FRENCH FRIES

'f Brummitt led his team to scratch his first year at San- and missed eight games. Pedro Ramos and Jim Weaver spring games.A ROOT BEER 25c50c75c$1.00ORANGE
a 22-2 record, Raper fash- ta Fe and finished with a The Santa Fe coach then pitched the Cleveland Indians'B fly ball dropped by rookie TRY A FISHWICH 48c

ioned a 15-10 mark with on- 12 12 record. turned to the future: "We'll squad to a 7-1 victory over Bob Tolan set up the winningrun MILK
ly three letttermen and Ben- 18-3 Mark have a rebuilding year next Tacoma of the Pacific Coast off Dick Lemay, fourth Red- CHOCOLATE FISH DINNER $1.00
nett brought Lake Butler He brought the Rebels season. We lost our first six League Saturday. Fred Whit- bird pitcher who issued a walk COFFEE 2 pieces of fish, french fries, coleslaw
I ((17 10)) its first winning along the next season for a boys and will have almostall field led the Cleveland attack that was followed by Paul ... hot roll, tartar sauce.

season in seven years. sparkling 18 3 m a r k and juniors and sophomores." with a two-run triple in the first Blair's decisive single. BUCKET O' FISH $3.95

Hatch came to Santa Fe won the Keystone Confer- But the hunch here is that inning. i Ac4d 10 pieces of fish, pint of coleslaw

four years ago after gradu- ence. the Hatch led Rebels will Ramos gave up a run on four Giants Win one dozen hot rolls, half

ation from Ole Miss, wherehe The next season produced do all right in the rebuild hits in hurling the first seven in- pint tartar sauce.:
was a standout. guard .. _a. .16-11. record and runner- ing stages. nings. Weaver, a rookie left- Big AgainPALM OPEN French fries not included.
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g GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE dians' roster allowed two hits -The rampaging SPRINGS San.Calif Francisco.(AP A NEW EATING SENSATION 6 large shrimp, french fries coleslaw
in two innings. hot sauce and hot roll.
Giants made it eight exhibition FOR
wins in bomb- BUCKET O' SHRIMP $4.85
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Cubs Rap Parties Unexpected 30 shrimp, half pint hot sauce,
ing the Los Angeles Angels 10-1 Hunting Trips, ,
'B9 GiantsMESA before an overflow crowd of Guests, Picnics Boat Cruises Church one dozen hot rolls one pint cole

Team Spirit WinsAINTREE 4,105, including former Functions Civic Groups, Fishing Trips, slaw, French fries not included.

Ariz. (AP) The Chicago dent Dwight D. presi.1 Tired Mothers. OYSTER DINNER $1.15

Cubs packed six doubles Juan Marichal, allowing CHICK-N-TREAT Fried Chicken is pre- 6 large oysters, french fries cole

England (AP) The record for the race is mile, 856-yard course with 30 and two home runs into a 22-hit one hit in five innings, was the I from our special! formula using slaw. French fries not included.pared $1.00.
winning pitcher. The loss wentto SCALLOP DINNER
American-owned Team Spirit, 9:20.4: set by Golden Miler in tough obstacles. barrage against three San Fran- special spices and seasoning and FRESH cole slaw
cisco Dean Chance, who was 8 scallops french fries, ,
an 18-1 shot, staged a powerful 1934. Saturday to blast -not frozen-tender broilers, delivered
surge in the stretch and won the The winner carried the colorsof Peacetown, a 40.1 shot led the Giants B team 157. touched for 10 hits and seven Daily to our clean modern, kitchen.hot rolls and tartar sauce.
most of the Ernie Banks hit his first runs in five frames. Cooked in MIXED SEAFOODall
123rd Grand National Steeplechase John F. Goodman of Tucson way and appearedto by special equipment sealing
Saturday by one-half Ariz. have the race won when spring homer off loser Bob Gari- Leading the Giant attack were natural juices and goodness of the DINNER $1.15

i length over Purple Silk. Peace- Fell Fast [Team Spirit, 12-year-old Gelding rookie outfielders Jesus Alou chicken to give you your family and 2 large shrimp, 2 large oysters, 3
town was third.It A second who was the smallest horse in PKY and Arlo Engel. friends a delightful taste treat scallops french fries, cole slow,
I American entry, Fly- Clips Alou brother of baseball and hot
the field younger hot rolls tartar sauce.
was one of the most exciting of 33, and Purple Silk
ing Wild, owned by Raymond stars Felipe and Matty had We Use DELLS FRYERS EXCLUSIVELY All seafood is availablein
finishes in the long history of the Guest of New made a powerful surge in the'
York at the
in six three
five hits trips, for buckets
classic Irish on which the season'sfirst first fence and did not finish. stretch. Orange ParkPitcher runs and batted in another. I ALL DINNERS ARE SERVED WITH HOME MADE SALADS

based. Sweepstakes are Guest was seeking to become I Team Spirit was an 18-1 pick. Engel went two for four with OUR COMPLETE CONDIMENT PAC
the first American ever to win The race favorite Robert scored and three i CONTAINING NAPKIN. TOOTHPICKS Potato Salad
Time two
Team was a Stearns came runs runs -25c
Spirit won in 9 minutes both Cole Slaw /half pint
: Grand National and the 9-year-old who in relief for the FORK AND THE : !
47 seconds-a fast challenged brief- on in the fourth inning batted in. He connected HONEY. CATSUP.
time consider- Macaroni full 45c
( ing the soft going on the turf English in 1962 Derby.with He won the. Derby -ly at the start of the race but Friday and hurled P. K. Yongeto game's only home run, a two- FAMOUS WET-NAP FOR SANITARY, Baked Beans \ pint

tt course slowed by recent rains. Larkspur.The soon fell back. Purple Silk was a 5-4 baseball victory over run shot off Angel rookie Leo i CAREFREE DINING OUT.
race staged over a four-: 100-6. Orange Park. Marentette in the ninth.

t The course was heavy from Stearns put the Orange Park Phils STOP IN FOR THE BEST FRIED CHICKEN YOU "EVER ET"
Hurricanes ThirdIn recent rains and the footing was squad down with only one hit Top !

slippery causing several horsesto !the rest of the way and doubled SenatorsCLEARWATER I CHARLIE'S

fall. home the winning run in the I

Team Spirit is owned by Good- seventh inning. Fla. (AP) _I CHICK-N-TREAT FRIED CHICKEN

Jaycee Relays man in partnership with Ron The game started fast with Jim Bunning and Ryne Duren
t ;Woodward of Indianapolis and j Orange Park getting two runs 'combined on a two-hitter Satur- 1040 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE. AT WALDO RD.

--- another American, Gamble:in the first inning, and PKY day in pitching the Philadelphia Gainesville, Florida Owner-Charles L Tousignant
JACKSONVILLELee The Canes tied for second in North. picking up four. Phillies to a 4-0 exhibition base-
C High's track team won the the broad-jump relay were Tommy Stalnaker and George ball victory over the Washington MOUTH WATERING! TASTE TEMPTING! GOLDEN BROWN!

} first annual Jaycee Relays at third in the 440, fourth in the It was Team Spirit's fifth try Solley led the PKY batters with Senators. CALL AHEAD YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY

Fletcher Friday night with an discus and fifth in the broad at the grand national. two hits apiece. Bunning worked the first six DRIVE-UP WINDOW and PLENTY OF PARKING
IC assist from Gainesville High. jump. Worth $56.784 innings and was touched for a,I

It Going into the final event- The race was worth $56,784 to Mnshm Orange,We 2b ab 31 r k 0 rbP.K 0 Y.M. r* r h hi'', line single by Don Blasingame i I
the pole vault relay Jackson- Starke the winner but the prize Ream / sT 3 01 0 Stalnaker Cf 4120
money Uf2fn' lb 3110
Rips Mosley. C 2211 ,
ville Englewood needed a win ? i son 3b 2 0 0 I
1l. always has been regarded as in- Barttow. p 3. 0 1 ) 0
to catch the leading Lee team. Tmpson If 1000 Steams; H-p 4 1 1 1 Painters ,
cidental to the other money in- Zanza. If 1000 Marcus c 3110Lancster.
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D place in team standingswith The Bradford Co. $140,000 each. SEAL And Wash Away after!
S. a 60-point total. Tornadoes smashed 14 hits here Royals. Hawks
N" Friday and The total money adds to Radiator & Block
Lee finished with 89 ripped Santa Fe, STOP!
.I j 12-2, in a baseball around $8 million. The remainder Take VictoriesIn PERMANENT SEAL FOR LIFE OF
NT. two more than Englewood.Gainesville's game.
is used to help irish hospi-- 0. ENGINE
Bruce Leavitt ,
Shortstop Don Falcon garnered tals. UNNECESSARY
barely missed taking the indivi- up three hits apiece for Senior LoopRoyals TRANS-X MESS

dual high-point trophy with 7Vi eluding a triple and bouble to Eternal was fourth at odds of REMOVES PREVENTS RUST
points. Lee's Terry Eagertonwon pace the winners. 661. topped Swishers 32- FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
with eight. 22 and Hawks beat Lakers 87- STOPS LEAKS STOPS SLIP r
Cole and Reddish also picked Only 15 horses finished the 51 in Senior loop games at the
The pole-vault was GHS' only up three hits apiece for race. In addition to the first four Boys' Club. ENGINE TUNE-UP I '
first place, but the 'Canes took Starke. they were Pappageno's Cottage,
Jim Doak led Royals with 12 FREES VALVES ft CLEANS
four seconds, tied for a second, Big man in the Santa Fe at- Spingbok John O'Groats, Oout CLEANS FUEL
points and John Carr had 13 ft
a third a fourth and a tack was second baseman And About, Supersweet, Sea
fifth. for Swishers, Harold Martin! LINES ft KEEP ENGINE CLEAN p' tI
f' The Clark with three hits. Catcher Knight, Pontin Go, Baxier, April and Ernie Windsor each made :L A ELIMINATES MOISTURE IN FUEL I
( second-place Hurricane Bud Riviere had a double in Rose Claymore and Crobeg. STOP
27 for Hawks and Phil Have-
were Sutton, Shad-
two trips to the plate. Said Woodward, one of TeamSpirit's
ard had 17 for Lakers.In ..
Hulslander and Jones in The win pushed Starke's record owners, "a wonderful 4
the 120 high-h u r dIe shuttle to 3-0. jockey wonderful trainer won- Cadet play, Florida Na- AVAILABLE AT .-:..'>"L

relay; Bergen Rountree, Ren- Santa derful horse. In fact it's all won tional Bank beat Denny Con- ft SERVICE STATIONS ,;
ner and Moore in the distance Johnson.F M lia 300 r h Start Falcon. U ala 424 r h derful. I didn't think we were crete 10-7( and Gaswell downed GAS STATIONS

''\ a.p medley relay, with Moore clock- Markham W. Buck 3b M 411 1 01 Cole Sanderson. If If 231 100 going to win halfway down the Citizens Bank 124. I t GARAGES U.

a.Q ing an outstanding 158 half- Rh Cole.sere.cf 201 Reddish, d 432 straight run in. I thought we Jerry Mauldin had eight for USE
mile; Bowers, Sutton, Leavitt Blunt, rf c 3 201 O. McCloud Hamilton 3b 2b 414 400 were going to be fourth. Florida National and Jerry Dow- H & M SALES CO. LESMESAT
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Pineview Stables and ridden by first in the walking horse amateur -. __ -

Charles W. Green, finished on stake. \
top in the five-gaited championship S'L
The champion in the fivegaited -
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annual Gainesville Horse Show. man, owned and ridden by Avis .
f Fleet Command's Decision, :
fI Parsons.
I owned by W. H. Maddy and rid- I I _

\ den by Claude Alexander was Blythe Jaguar, owned and

L... -' runnerup to Stepping Stone.In driven by J. A. Snively, was

the Walking Horse Championship first in the roadster champion- _
TEN-YEAR-OLD PATTY BROWN FIRST ON AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE Tennessee Stud, owned ship. Lady Sunshine, owned and

Cocoa Beach Lassie Competed in the Saddle Seat Equitation Class by R. D. Keene, grabbed first driven by Harold Sherrill, was rS

p ace. Finishing second was second. '

Night Shade, owned by Dr. and SEVENTH PERFORMANCE -- S S 2 J- ___ _
Hutch Back in Mrs. William Jones." Saturday Nigh 21 March THREE-YEAR-OLD VICKY RAMEY A WINNER ON BIG JOHN
Fine Harness Championship
Dugout, Junior Achievement Receives Silver Tray in Costume Class From Vicky Jennings

The three-gaited championship 1.by Sir J.Victor Howard Gould Gould owned; 2. Mr.and Cypres driven r_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (Sun Phets by Tommy LewIs) .
was taken by Junior Gardens owned by J. A. Snively. ridden '
Achievement, owned by R. A. Sportsman.by Susan owned Snively by Randolph; e. Stonewall Farms.

Talking OptimisticallyTAMPA Settemire and ridden by Claude Wave.ridden owned by Paul by J.Randolph B. Perry,4. riddenby Color Big Week Set i Better Listening

Alexander, Runnerup was Foxy Bill Becker; 5. Splcewoods High- Better Thinking I
land Heather. owned and ridden by Better Speaking ,
Pineview Stables
Red owned
Fla. (AP-The) best the sun, take it easy and avoid rassed than he. Always a man by Glenn. Wm. C.Equitation Maclnnes.Senior Championship
and ridden
story of the spring training sea- fatigue for the next two or three 'to face up to his problems, by 1. Mildred Adams owned by J. A. For UF Teams GAINESVILLETOASTMASTERS
Bunch owned and rid- Snively. ridden by Susan Snively 2.
son is Fred Hutchinson, mana- months" Hutch said. "Fortu- Hutch talks frankly and pulls no Stardust, owned and ridden by Kay i
den by Mary Mills, was the Harmon; 3. Special Request, owned by
ger of the Cincinnati Reds. nately, the thing is regressing. punches."I in the fivegaitedpony Myers Trading Post. Inc. ridden by CLUB
Fighting a courageous battle I have to cut down on yelling.A Brenda Myers 4. Nile Blaze. ownedby One of the biggest spring resentatives from
be stakes and Valiant Pa- Dr. Lewis T. Corum. ridden byMGly 76 high;
I can see no reason to ,
against cancer, Hutch is backin lot of people will be pleased Corum; 5. Mis Mary, owned and I Meets Each Monday At
the dugout, talking optimisti-: about that." afraid," he said. "You've got it rader, owned by J. B. Perry, ridden by Mary Mills. I sports weeks at the Universityof schools and approximately 30 I Park Lane Cafeteria

cally of the Reds' pennant The next thing is how can you was second.Sir 1. Keene's Walking Fashion Horse Amateur Lady. Staka owned by Florida will be concluded colleges. Included in the col- 6:30 p.m.

chances. New HoarsenessIt combat it? Other people have I Victor Gould, owned and and R. D.ridden Keene by ridden Frand by Roper Betty; 3. Keene Little 'Saturday with the Florida Re- lege competition will be track I
was typical of Hutchinsonthat illnesses but because I am what: driven by J. Howard Gould, was Mystery owned and ridden by Wm. C. teams VISITORS WELCOME
Massive X-ray treatments in a he could laugh at himself 1 am (a big league manager) I'' No.1 in the fine harness champ- Maclnnes; 4. Suns Iris, owned by D. lays. from as far away as'
Charles Cowell I
F. Dlehl ridden by ; Annapolis, Md. home of the
Seattle ,
in and
hospital January and his tendency to jell at the get a lot of attention. You don't' onship. Second place went to 5. Big Man's Hill Topper, owned and Coach Buster Bishop's golf
U. S. Naval I II
reduced ridden by Burton Womble.FiveGaited Academy.
February a malignancy -
umpires. There was a new like to talk about it when somany Mr. Cypress Gardens, owned byJ. Amateur Stake team opens the week tomorrow _
in the upper right chest. The A. and ridden by Susan 1. Sandman, owned and ridden by I
hoarseness in his voice and he other people are worse off Snively ,
doctors said the treatment had Avis Parsons; 2. Royal Jester ownednd with a University Golf Club
tapped his right chest to show tnan you:' Snively.The .ridden by Susan. Mills !, World's :
ended and the outlook was "en- senior Apart, owned ana ridden oy Terry Ann match against South Carolina,
where the treatment had left equitation championship Sargent; 4. The King Bee, owned by ; :
couraging." Hutch was on the his skin tender. "I get a little tired," he said. went to Susan Mills, followed -Lakevlew Stables, ridden by Saress hen takes on Georgia Tech at\
job when the Reds reported for 'Sometimes I take a little nap by Gary Carter, Charlotte Harrison ridden by; Brkjgett 5. Goodie Mills.ThrssGaited Goodie. owned and the same site Tuesday The I

training. Writers asking Hutch about in the afternoon. At night I Wright, Betty Stevens and 1. Junior Achievement Championship owned by golfers go on the road to compete -' t1
They tell me to stay out of his illness are more embar- conk out about 10 or 11. I'm Diane Rainey. R. A. Settlemlre, ridden by Claude Alexander in the Miami Invitational -j Fi

readv to eo. to sleet It's- Mildred Adams, owned by J. view Stables; 2. Foxy ridden Red by, owned Charlie by Glenn Pine-; Thursday through Saturday. \

amarlnghow. )'ou c nJ it." A. Snively and ridden by Susan 3.MI-Ca-Te Hayfield's Stables.Southern ridden Lad by owned Arthur by Georgia Tech also sends its I

'Canes FourthIn Flared Up Snively, was the winner in the Stafford; 4. Right Decision owned by fir: ,1 Southeastern Conference i
Holland Ranch, Inc. ridden by Charles
The "old" Hutch flared up three-gaited amateur stake. Smith; 5. Beautiful Betty, owned byJ. representatives to Gainesville ;
the other day when the Reds Keene's Fashion Lady, owned B. Perry Roadster ridden Championship by Bill Becker. for contests in tennis and baseball -i

were playing an exhibition by R. D. Keene, and ridden by 1. Blythe Jaguar, owned and driven th/ week and many I
Deland MeetDELAND against the Minnesota by J. A. Snively; 2. Lady Sunshine.
game owned and driven by Harold Sherrill; Jacket track stars will compete I
Twins. He had a few words 3. Cherry Worthy owned by L Frank in the Relays. % _
Roper; 4. Red Devil owned by Tom II
with umpire Al Salerno of the UF NettersSplit Turnbull. .

Marcus Jones yard run; Bruce Leavitt, fifth American League. Before he ; 1. Honey Five-Galled Bunch Pony owned Stake and riddenby Coach Bill Potter's netters I.

sped to a first place in the in the 44 -)Oard sprint; Bowers,I knew it, he was out of the game Mary Mills: 2. Valiant Pa- face the Jackets Thursday, 4f
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Two rader owned by J. B. Perry. while Coach Dave .
Fuller's base
120-yard high hurdles and third in the 100-yard dash; and then Coach Johnny Temple and Walking Horses Championship \ I
\ Gainesville High finished fourthin 'Vic Huslander, fifth in the pole I finally the Reds' bench was D.1. Keene MI Tennessee ridden by Stud Preach owned Fleming by R.; ball team meets a vastly improved r
the 16-team Stetson-Mainland vault. cleared. University of Florida ripped 2. Night Shade owned by Dr. and Mrs. Tech team in single 1

relays here yesterday. Bob Gardner of Starke was "So far I am pleased with our Naval Academy, 9-0, and Wm.by C. Jones A. Harber; 3., Secret's ridden by Lady Bob Cherry owned; games scheduled for Friday afternoon -

Jones recorded a 15.0 in the third in the shot put and fourthin club. If six of our pitchers dropped a 5-4 squeaker to Georgia -4.Ralph The Livingston.Replica owned and ridden by and Saturday. 45 _

highs and teammate Kirk the discus. Starke's Lawson (Joey Jay, Bob Purkey, Joe in tennis matches Firday 1. Stepping Five-Gaited! Stone Championship owned by Pine- Potter's tennis team is also

Sutton was fifth in the same finished second in the mile run. Nuxhall, Jim Maloney, Jim and yesterday.Byll view Stables ridden by Charles W. active Friday afternoon meeting ... 4
Green 2. Fleet Command's Decision ::4\ ______ *
event. Richard McLean of Mainland, OToole and John Tsitouris]) Tym, Dave Bonner and owned; by W. H. Maddy. ridden Notre Dame at the varsity
winner of the 100-yard dash in each win 15 and we pick up 15 Steve Gardner were the victorsfor by Claude Alexander; 3. Final Appeal courts and returns for action
GHS 41 owned by Randolph Farms, ridden by
picked up points 10.1, was the top individual scorer -more on relief we're in busi- Florida in singles play' Charles Smith; 4. Call Me Madam, own- Saturday against Clemson.
while winner Winter Park rack- ed by Wm. Maclnnes ridden by Roy
with 9 i points. ness. against Georgia.I Fleeman.
ed up 58. Jacksonville Forest Highlight of the week, how- __
was second with 55 and Lees-I ever, is the Percy Beard brain-

burg third at 471*. MONEY DEALS, UNDERWORLD child which has grown into the S

Starke picked up 21 points for I South's top relay event, the 21st
seventh place, and P. K. Yonge annual Florida Relays. -

tallied four points for the 11th This _one event will draw rep-

spot.GHS also gained a first in the Boxing Hearings Tuesday ,I II

mile medley rleay with a team I
composed of Larry Roberts, ?:;;1I t.'y -- t6! ; r r4 I

Mike Renner, Don Spangler and I I WASHINGTON (APSenate tacked so vigorously have actu-| He added, however, that both ,Promotions.Sam I '

Merrill Moore. The time was I investigators announced Sat- ally been run out of the boxing may be witnesses later. Margolis of Philadelphia' ta'5 I tw.vti

3:48.7. urday they will start hearings business." j Committee sources told a reporter a stockholder in Inter-Continen-' .II ; '5 1

Other Teams Tuesday on money deals and He described the inquiry as the inquiry will cover tal. Committee aides said they i( 1 # t'( I

Three other GHS relay teams reports of underworld influencein an effort primarily to determine these major questions: hope Margolis can shed some I ,. .'" ;

also picked up points. The sprint big time boxing. whether there is a need for -How Liston's Intercontinental -light on the confused list of :'" l'i t4 : ftv..,; 5..iitI5WI Lights on! It's Spring! Enjoy the

medley was second, the 440 relay Chairman Philip A. Hart, D- legislation, originally sponsored Promotions, Inc. happenedto managers and others behind! light look and feel of an HS&M suit.
was fourth and the mile relay lich., announced his Senate antitrust by Kefauver, to place pay Clay $50,000 in advance Jston. I
fourth. and monopoly subcom- boxing under a federal commissioner -of their title bout for the exclu- Gordon B. Davidson of Louis-: Itj.: I! .V Our just.arrived collection of spring suits by Hart

mittee will examine first a $50- I with broad powers to license sive right to promote Clay's ville, attorney for a syndicateof S. / I Schaffner Marx has the freshest look in many year.

Running on the sprint medleywere 1000) promotional pact involving I its big shots and drive out next fight and to pick his op- wealthy Louisville business'I'I L Colors are lighter: Sterling grays. Fresco Blues and
Bobby Bowers, heavyweight champion Cassius hoodlums. men which guided Clay I Olives in solids iridescent bright plaids and checks.
and Roberts. The 440 team
Jones was composed of Philip Poole, Clay and Sonny Liston, whom Hart said neither Clay nor ponent.Why this wasn't made pub- top of his profession. I Fabrics are lighter: mldweights coolly right for warm

Spangler, Bowers and Jones. Clay dethroned by a controversial -Liston would be among the wit- lic at the time. Hart's statement recalled the' 1:1.: days comfortably warm for cool ones. There's even a

On the mile relay team were technical knockout Feb. 25. nesses in next week's three -The nature and scope of other -subcommittee's 1960 probe of!'I I I light.bodied feel to these suits and HS&M tailoring

Al Burgin, Poole, Mike McKin-, Taking up where the late Sen. days of hearings. contractual deals connected boxing, which received reams keeps them trim and fit-permanently. The look you

ney and Merrill Moore. Estes Kefauver, D-Tenn.f left Add Little with the fight.Whether of testimony that underworld i J! buy is the look you keep. Treat yourself to a spring
Other top Hurricane finishes off last year as subcommittee I "A preliminary inquiry indicates any underworld figures had vast influence over .

were Burgin, second in the 880- chairman, Hart said in a state- that their testimony would figures received part of the take boxing, including power to determine 1 spruce up by
ment: add little to an understanding. from the championship match. who could or could not Hart Schaffner & Marx. From $85.00

"We might also want to see of the circumstances of concern! Hart announced the witnesseswill get cracks at various champi- 1I

WUlistoii V. whether underworld figures to the subcommittee," Hart ex- include: onships.As I

that the late Sen. Kefauver at- plained. i Garland D. (Bill) Cherry of a sequel, Kefauver intro- .
Chester, Pa., secretary of In- duced legislation to establish in >0,<.>:s.. -

Rips MebaiieWILLISTON BroncosIn ter-Continental Promotions, Inc. the Justice Department the postof .< ; 4+ #

Jets and an official of the Delaware. national boxing commis-
: -Wilhston Vocational Advertising and Management' sioner with power to license big

rapped 24 hits here Agency, Inc., which had closed time pro boxers, managers, 5(1
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Friday en route to a 9-5 base- TradeNEW circuit television rights for the promoters and matchmakers.Atty. ((1

ball victory over Mebane of Ala- Big Liston-Clay match. Gen. Robert F. Kennedyhas j

chua. The brothers, Jack and Rob- endorsed the proposed I

Five three ert Nilon of Chester. Jack Nilon but placing it I
players picked up YORK (AP-The agency opposed
new ed to fill a weak spot in the
hits in the assault I Liston's adviser his
apiece on York Jets sent five players to I Jets defense. $50,000-a-year in department.
Mebane's pitcher. was described by the subcom- Hart is pressing for the same
the Denver Broncos in
exchangefor "As far as we are concerned,
Williston scored four runs in I mittee as majority stockholderof bill, but is considering whetherthe
in trade believed
Saturday a he was the key player. We
the first inning, three in the Delaware Advertising, while commissioner's office
to be the biggest ever needed help on defense and the new symbol of
third and two in the fifth. in Robert Nilon is executive vice should be in some other govern- .
made the
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ab r h WillltfM rtrh League. older players to get it," Ew ....
Garrison. 3t> 410 Scott. 3b 41 3 - .. .. superiority
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Jar don. Ib 411 Young. is 423: Weeb Ewbank, the Jets coach bank said. "I also think Holz I 1------------
James clDickson 413 Jackson cf 423 said Wahoo McDaniel middle will do \
a a job for us than!
C 41 JOawson. c 421Mtban
Harris.Simmons.ss 2b 410 400 McClendon.Terrell.' 2b Ib 413 303 .linebacker from Oklahoma University -Janerette." I I WANTED I uI I inCa -

Washington rf 3 0 3 Patterson rf 313 was the key man in the Holz, who played college foot-! -

Moore.Norris p If 301 300 White Hunter.p If 302 20 I trade and that the rest of the ball at Minnesota, is five years: MEN WOMEN I I shirts for gentlemen

Totals 33 S 11 D.Totals Aldson p 33024 2 0 2 deal grew out of the Jets' efforts -,older than Janerette, a Penn I
I I from ages 18 to 52. Prepore some cases only one out of five
to get product Each weighs I I
now for U. S. Civil Service job pass. The new GOLDEN NEEDLE symbol -
Mets Send The Jets also received Gordy 260. Zeman and Prebola both Lincoln Service helps thousands
I openings; in this area during I for Visible
stands Superiority
Holz, defensive tackle; Bob Ze- are 26. Prebola, who played at the next 12 months. prepare for these tests every
man, all-AFL safety man in Boston University and lives in I Government positions pay as and year. oldest It is one privately.of the largest owned -quality and finesse of tailoring WHAT'S NEW IN SHOES?

Six DownST. 1962, and Gene Prebola, a tight West New York, N. J., wantedto high as $446.00 a month to schools of its kind and is not you can see. In construction, fit
end. All four players have beenin play in the East. He is con-.'I start. connected with -the Govern- |I and fashion, this superb Suplma When buying steak you want a choice, prime .cut of meat. The same
PETERSBURG Fla. the AFL four seasons and sidered a good blocker and I ment. 1 cotton! shirt is the finest obtain thing should apply when buying shoes. Quality shoes are crafted from
They provide much greater For FREE information on able. the nest, choice cuts leather, and in fact much of this fine leather is
F I"
(AP-The New York Mets sent were Denver regulars last pass receiver. security than private employment vemment jobs, including Go-I I actually trimmed a*ay to male certain that the fit and comfort is perfectfor
six players, including rookie outfielder )'ear. In addition to Janerette and I.1 and excellent opportunity of positions and salaries, fill $6.95Exclusively your foot. Here you see a styleful version of the popular moccasin,
Cleon Jones and pitcher Denver got two Jet regulars Guesman, who kicked nine field I for advancement. Many posi- out coupon and mail at once Teak' leather.This is just one of the
specialized TODAY. You will also get front oxford in the new
Craig Anderson, to their minor guard Aid Fournet and defen- goals and 30 conversions for 'I tions require education little or or experience.no -full details on how you can |I. OunSilwllllu1JtJ. BOSTONIAN Sabres group. Available at (store name). 19.95
training center at Dunedin sive tackle Janerette New York last the I
league Charley ; season, But to get one of these fobs prepare yourself for these
Fla., Saturday. Jim Price, an outside linebacker -Broncos received two players you must pass a test. The tests. I I EXCLUSIVELY OURS
who of who their i I competition is keen and in Don't delay ACT NOW! |
Jones was the find of the winter played regularly part may strengthen -
instructional school and fora the 1963 season; Dick Guesman, defense. They are Price, a LINCOLN SERVICE Dept. 6 I

time was regarded as the defensive tackle and placekicker -second-year pro from Auburn, I Pekin IllinoisI 1 Free Parking On
probable starter for the Mets in who was New York's leading and Cooke, who'has had six pro I am very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE 111 A
center field. Anderson suffered scorer last season, and Ed seasons after leaving the Uni- I list of U. S. Government positions and salaries; (2)) Information on I I. lot Federal Lot
how to qualify for a U. S. Government Job.
two broken bones in his right Cooke, a linebacker and defensive -versity of Mainland. I I Name . . . . Age UNIVERSITY AVE. ,

hand Thursday when hit by a end. Fournet, a 31-year-old 240 I Street . . . . Phone .. . .1 I 225 W. Univ. Ave. 225 W. Bonk Lot
pitched ball and will be unableto McDan'el' 26 years old and State, will be playing his eighth,I City . . State . . Free Parking on Huge 1st Fed. I

throw for a month. weighing 240 pounds, is expect- pro season. I Ir .i.o.- .- ;.; ;. I I ,
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06 Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 22. 1964

ii BUSINESS : MARKET 1 } County Property Sales

REPORT --r -- t I Property sales recorded in lot 9, Ridgewood Subdivision, L. McDonell to Walter Stubba ,

'4' : .the office of Circuit Court I.$4,800. Inc., lot 7, Pine Acres $8,866.M. .

r gy REVIEW Clerk J. B. Carmichael last' A. P. Schlemmer and Char- Groves Inc to John R. Davis

_: r. ,. week; with prices figured from lene R. Schlemmer to W. A. and Mayme W. Davis, property
tax stamps affixed to the Whittington and Mary Jo Whit- in section 14, township 8,

deeds: tington, lot 2, block C, Idle- |range 21, $35,000.

I 19- Eugene 0. Kitchens and Viv- wild Subdivision, $2,000. Paolita Acres Inc. to
ian R. Kitchens to Huber C. Clyde B. Seckinger and An- Mauro and Vera M. Mauro. lot
New York Times
I Hurst and Ben T. Arnow Jr., nie R. Seckinger to Victor W. 2, West End Estates, $1,300.M. .
25 Rails 133.83 132.25 133.13 up .09 part of lot 20, Serenola Planta- Carlisle and Dorothy R. Car-

25 Ind. S19.55 810.11 812.22 off 3.21 tion, $13,500.W. lisle, lot 51, South Idylwild Sub- M. Parrish and Mary B.
Given BusinessBy 50 Stocks 476.69 471.18 473.67 off 1.55 Parrish to Martin Luther
H Eddy to John W. Eddy, division, $2,300.
Reaves and Marie Reaves
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property in sections 31 and 32, Harry W. Frierson and Anne
lot 7, Melton Manor Subdivi-
township 7, range 21, $4,000. Sullivan Frierson to RidgewoodInc.
JACK LEFLERAP Chrysler Corp., has predictedthat he:. Y:. Paul L. Johnson and Mena- ., lot 31, Highland Court, sion, $9,300.Jessie .
Business News Writer sales this year will totala STOCK FLASHES lee T. Johnson to Mary E. $13,000.G. Lee Bellew to Joe H.

NEW YORK (AP-The econ- record 8 million, comparedwith MARKETNEW I Beck and James M. Beck, property M. Davis Inc to Walter C old i ng, Jereva C. Cold-

omy got some superchargedshots 7.7 million in 1963. LALLY in section 27, township 10, T. Brownett and Judith a Brow- ing, Glenn A. Peeples and Bet-

in the arm during the The industry turned out its YORK (AP-The stock On balance, the list took only range 22, $530. nett, lot 57, Hampton Heights, ty Peeples, property in the Ar-
week. two-millionth of the calen- Alma Cox Ponds $12,300. rendondo Grant in section 7,
car market backed away slightly a small loss for the week. PromotionAnnounced to Frank
The diagnosis was that business -dar year during the week. Pas- last week, taking its first loss James and Mernell Julia Pine Shades Inc. to LeonardT. township 10, range 22, $6,500.

is fine and likely to get senger car production for the in seven weeks. The Dow Jones industrial average James, property in lots 5 and Hesch Jr. and June Anne Ezra E. Smith and Rosa Lea

better. week totaled an estimated 165- was off 1.29 at 814.93. 6, section 2, township 9, range Hesch, lot 133, Highland Court Smith to Marvin R. Walker and

General Motors 500 units, compared with 164- By Wednesday Dow Jones in- The Associated Press aver- 120; $2,500. Manor, $13,200.Thomas Barbara Jean Walker, lot 12 and

Corp. injected 448 the previous week and 155- dustrial average had run up a age of 60 stocks dipped .3 to At SperryPhilip Ernest A. Thomas and Dor- F. Tomlinson Jr. and part of lot 11, block C. Shady

new Week 688 a year ago. string of nine straight daily ad- 301.7, its first decline since the othy H. Thomas to C. R. Dees Margaret Louisa Tomlinson to Lawn Estates Subdivision, $10-
in vances to historic highs, reach- 'and Vivian William P. and LouiseB.
strength to. week T. Dees, property in Ridgway
last ended Feb.
The increase in jobs 1.
the business' In month made a heartening dentin ing a closing peak of 820.25. M. Lally has been promoted section 35, township 9, range Ridgway lot 13, Woodland 000.Miller J. Bricker and FrancesE.

bloods t rea m the On Thursday the market The market was over-due fora to manager of Researchand 18, $10,000. Terrace, $12,500. Bricker to the James Com-
persistent unemployment
with the an- usmess problem.The drifted off hesitantly and irreg- correction, analysts agreed, Advanced Devices at the James Tomlinson Howze and Martin Chitty and Isoline H. pany of Gainesville Inc., lot 3,
nouncementthat mood and the reluctant nature of the Sperry Plant. The announce- Ida K. Howze to James E. Chitty to Moran E. Kester and Oakleigh Heights, $2,600.

it will in- nonfarm payroll rose 80-, ularly. The profit-taking Friday when decline-with volume lower on ment was made by John Whit- Pace and Eileen C. Pace, property Ruth Kester, lot 4, Weseman's,

vest $2 billion in new plant and 000 from January to 56.9 million -heightened sank to on their worst loss days when stocks fell im- ford, plant manager. in section 17, township 10, Subdivision, $17,500. ADVERTISEMENTCOTTON

equipment in 1964 and 1965. In compared with the usual stocks 29. 'pressed them as bullish for the Lally, a native of New York, range 19, $8,200. Moran E. Kester and Ruth DUCK

addition, it will spend $600 mil!I seasonal drop of 200,000. The since Jan. future. has been with the Sperry Com- Mason E. Marvel and Audrey Kester to Herman Hoyt and RISES TO TOP

lion on tooling for new modelsin increase was concentrated most I pany since 1949 when he grad- L. Marvel to Robert James Virginia Hoyt, lot 9, Paradise.

each year. I heavily in construction and factory The week's total volume was uated from MIT with a mas- Hill and June Stout Hill, lot 12, Subdivision, $11,600. IN SPORTSWEARThe

The February increase in employment. VA HospitalFor 27,275,000 shares comparedwith ters degree.He block J, Carol Estates 1st addi- Walter Stubbs Inc. to War-

nonfarm jobs was the largest! The steel industry boom, still 28,204,421 the previous transferred to the Gaines- tion, $15,500.Robert ren McDonell and Jean L. Mc- new weave ducks that

,, rise in nearly two years. I' picking up steam, is rivalingthe week on the New York Stock ville Plant in 1951 where he G. Hoffmann and Donnell, lot 3, replat of lots 3, are shops filling all the over rocks America of dress in

The steel industry reported pace of the peak years of TampaTAMPA Exchange. served as product engineering Margaret W. Hoffmann to Em- 4, 5 and 6, block F, Carol Es- smart prints and matching

production and shipments at a the mid-1950s. Although the popular market manager. He has been primarily -mett H. Jones, property in sec- tates, $18,000.Warren solids are the first choice

booming rate. I Production was running at an (APFacilities in averages all declined, the mar-. associated with the development tion 28, township 8, range 22, S. McDonell and JeanANYWHERE I II with fashion stylists. Shorts

The Morgan Guaranty Trust annual rate of 120 million tons,I Florida to care for ailing veterans -gin of losers over gainers on of all types of Sperry $15,000. skirts and all over playwear

Co. of New York had these observations -!which would be 10 per cent will increase by 720 beds in the "Big Board" was only 689 tubes. Nancy M. Willie to Janet Mc- I are the top uses.
: "The economy,I ahead of the 1963 total of 109- planned construction of a $16 to 680 among the 1,521 issues Lally holds three patents for Cracken, lot 30, block C, Idyl- Your Gilberg's, The House of

which during much of its convalescence million in 1962 and would top I million Veterans Administration traded. microwave tube developmentand wild Subdivision, $15,800.L. ,S SatisfactionAlways 1,000 Fabrics agree with

from a mild 1960 the 117-million record of 1955. Hospital in Tampa near Univer- he has published a numberof L. White and Roxie J. 0 American stylists and are
Most of the business and eco-
chill fretted and fussed like the Steel production during the sity of South Florida. nomic A rail- technical papers. ,White to Seaboard Air Line ti Assured filling their stocks with interesting -
most nervous hypochondriac,I week racked up its 10th gain in news was good. The Lallys live at 1507 NW Railroad Company, part of lot duck fabrics in

now is acting like a patient I 11 weeks, totaling 2,315,000 tons, VA Information Director road strike week threat appeared ear- 36th Way. 6, block 4, Dutton's addition to CREVASSE FLORIST prints and matching solidsat
ly in the but it faded
finally convinced that he is solidly -up 3,000 from the previous week. James P. Harrington said in mid week. The nation's indus-by Waldo, $700.A. 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. bargain prices. See themat I

on the mend. Confidence in National Steel Corp. an- Washington the proposal wouldbe trial for C. Brown and Pearl W., Phone FR 6-2514 your local Gilberg's store
production Februaryrose Can't Patrol
the business outlook is stronger -!nounced it will build "the steel sent to the Budget Bureaufor to record for the fifth I Brown_ to Edward Basdekian I at 109 W. University..
than at any time in the past mill of the future," combiningthree the 1966 fiscal year, and then a and Alice T. Basdekian, lot 2,,
straight month and made the FEC
: BryantST.
Madison Park
to Congress for construction $17,500.
four years. : new processes controlledby widest gain since last Ocotber. A Good Adding Machine
funds in 1967. Tentative completion James B. Dampier and Mary
"The medicine that has made automation, at Weirton: Can For Itself sg t
AUGUSTINE (AP-Gov. Pay During -
late Jean to Robert L.
W.Va. date for the hospital is Steel production for the week Dampier Hon-
the difference
appears to be a INCOME TAX TIME
Farris he thinks
compound of several ingredients The Federal Reserve Board in 1969. held about even but the indus- Bryant says everything -eycutt and Joan K. Honeycutt,
short of out We __
bringing lot 15 Westvilla Carry-
try reported booming. Auto
-among them tax reduction; reported that industrial produc- A new VA hospital is plannedat was the troops is being done to prevent Ridgewood Inc. to Harry C.
good from the retail tion in February showed its big- sales were up for the latest reporting -
where 450-
Miami, an existing violence
more along the Frierson and Anne S. Frierson, Smith-Corona
counters, factory order desks gest advance since last October bed institution is to be phasedout period. More news Florida East Coast Railway.
and board and and record for the fifth came about copper price in- Clary
corporate rooms, posted a and another is being built Bryant made the remark after
the elixir of persistently rising straight month. Its index rose at Gainesville. creases. Housing starts remained -flying along a 50-mile stretchof Good CLEAN CabsGAINESVILLE Totalia
well above the
of the year- I e Victor
stock prices. I to 127.6 per cent 1957-59
Harrington said it has been a earlier rate although down a.. the FEC. Olivetti
GM estimated its new facili- average. .
general VA policy to build its bit from January. I "We can't patrol every mileof I DIAMONDCAB
ties will provide 50,000 new jobs: Housing starts dipped below 1
hospitals near medical schools. Long term U.S. governmentbonds track, Bryant said after his I Select Your Favorite
the level but sub-
in the next two years. January were
plane landed following a flight I
The No. 1 automaker is aim- stantially higher than in Febru- University of South Florida tumbled to two-year lows Convenient Credit Terms
from Beach to St. Au-
with their one-week
ing at an industry sales markof ary 1963. Starts were at an an- has none, but a medical schoolis steepest Can Be
gustine. Across From GreyhoundBus
slide of the
10 million passenger cars nual rate of 1,643,000 units among facilities the institu- to year.around Corporatesalso the lowest Critics have accused Bryantof Station ArrangedHANCOCK
1970. against 1,729,000 in January and tion includes in its development dipped S.W. 4th Avenue
level in two failing to act in the strike,
Lynn Townsend, president of 1,380,000 a year earlier. program. Volume dropped to $45,206,000 i which has lasted more than a Call 372-3376 TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE

-.. par value from $48,733,000 the year and has resulted in about I DAY or NIGHT 431 N. MAIN STREET FR 6-5551

previous week. 200 reported violent incidents.
General at the Barbecue




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This statement is presented as evidence plus to guarantee the fulfillment of its

of the size, strength and financial pro obligations. We are mindful of the con- J

gress of Liberty National in 1963. Total fidence placed .in us by our policy-

resources of over $429 million are conservatively owners and pledge our continued efforts

invested, and the company to provide efficient,honest and reliable
has over $46 million of capital and sur- service. '

Gen. James A. Van Fleet munched barbeque and reminisced with Col. Ever-

ett Yon (right) and President J. Wayne Reitz (back to camera) at the UF
Alumni Reunion yesterday. TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE $2,681,432,761 ,

1963 INCREASE IN RESOURCES $35,999,693
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Guaranteed and Insured Real Estate Mortgages................................... $248,757,599.66
U.S.Government Bonds and Notes............................................... 59,424,665.43Total
From Page 1 U.S.Obligations.......................................................... $308,182,265.09 y .
Other Real Estate Mortgages....................................................... 26,856,333,37 ,'
B. Johnson at the fun- division winners were Clearwater Winners were judged on the Public Utility Bonds................................................................ 18,223,177.22State
Lyndon and Municipal Bonds........................................................ 15258928.67
eral of King Paul of Greece."I Columbia County and Wash- basis of general contributionsto Other Bonds........................................................................ 32584309.09
knew the King well, having ington, D.C.Parcel. the growth and developmentof Policy Loans....................................................................... 15,781,194.42
the and Company Occupied Real Estate..................................................... 3,177,511.78
spent 30 months close to him University Alumni Investment Real Estate............................................................ 1976860.92 t v
during the GreekCommunistWar Post Association. Cash............................................................................... 2638714.26 3 s iy
he said. Stocks.............................................................................. 1,507,687.00Other
Resources................................................................... 3393916.92 -
Van Fleet's long and colorful Rates RisingLocal Cancer DriveCOllllllittee Total............................................................................ $429,580,893.74 \'
Army career stretches from the

Mexican Border Campaign in OBLIGATIONS AND NET WORTH
1916 to the Korean War wherehe users of parcel post
service have been remindedthat Reserves to Guarantee Obligations to Policyowners................................ $374,983,290.26
commanded United Nations new rates go into effect Ap- Heads Capital and Surplus (6,250,000 Shares $2 par)..................................... 46147092.59 \\ -

forces. ril 1 by Postmaster Paige Pin- i Chosen Total Held for Protection of Policyowners....................................... 421130382.85 -
"It's a real joy being back in Securities Valuation Reserve....................................................... 2276259.85 '
nell.The I Ed Peck and Mrs. W. L. Carson Taxes and Miscellaneous Liabilities............................................... 6174256.04
Gainesville, and a thrill for me increase amounts to have been appointed to head Total............................................................................ $429,5SOti 8.14
to see the great progress and about 13 per cent more than the
growth this city has made sinceI current rate. chua special committees for the Ala- Division Manager: L G. LEE
Cancer Crusade.
first came here. The new domestic parcel post County Associate Managers: H. T. BEVIS. B. F. BOULWARE. M. L HANKS
Chairman W. S. (Tiny) Talbot
"This is Florida's rate does not affect international AGENTS
university named Peck chairman of spe-

most valuable possession. parcel post or domestic air cial events and Mrs. Carson, James H. Gann Wilbur D. Thomas George E. Buickel) l
Gen. Van Fleet accepted an parcel post drive chairman for the Univer- Samuel N. Holloway Virgil L Sirntons Cecil A. Stanley
Elton C. Smith James M. Sullivan Charles E. Zipperer
of Florida.A .
appointment as honorary chair- HollandDue sity Inman D. Green Ted H. Roberts Frank C. Whiddon
man of the University of Florida special charity showing of! John M. Foshee Johnnie G. Dasher Robert A. McKee :
Fund.In "The Solid Gold Cadillac" will Lloyd A. McElroy Warren S. Ogletree Jellies H. Waters .
Here be presented by the Gainesville' Robert S. Hendry James L Jones Robert A. Davis .as ,
business meetings of the David D. Roberts Melaine Clyatt
Little Theater begins April 17,
association William B. Conwayof
I U. S. Sen. Spessard Holland to benefit the Cancer fund drive, Office Manager: Clerks:
Daytona Beach was installedas Mrs. Mary G. Fagan Mrs.: Nancy J. Morgan Mrs. Sandra J. Carr
will speak at next Friday's annual Peck a n n o u need. Tickets are
president and Nelson M. Har- meeting of the Alachua available through the Woman's

ris Jr. of Jacksonville was voted County Assn. for Mental Health. Inter-Club Council headed by LIBERTY NATIONALLIFE a

president-elect. The dinner will be at 7:30. Mrs. Hazel Fisher. .
The Alachua County Alumni p.m. at the University Inn. I INSURANCE COMPANY .

Club was named the "Outstanding Slates of directors and officers The population of Lima, Peru,

Alumni Club" in its divisionat for the next three years, has quadrupled in the past 20 BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMAI

the annual meeting. Other, will be voted on at the meeting.J years.

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[ of, Spring recurs. Beauty is seen ,at each : j jI xSi :
t and every turn with glamorous azaleas; flowering -l:..,.,';'Fw.l
trees, venerable 'moss-draped: oaks,and sunny /!/
lwns/at their best ;f.
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homes of Mr. and Mrs. Otto F.,Stock, 541 Bout Ie.--:; {'4: .
\. yard, upper right, as seen from 'the'' ducT!<, ,pqnd,'<<':,..t r "% t N A "
and-the home of Mr., and Mrs. George B.,:. Hack J _
) 700 NE Seventh Street, lower left. :.'. '. %Y: :: .. C t
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r .,,j g n Bridal Courtesies Fete Miss PurvisContinuing Mrs. J. N. Anderson Jr., Mrs *
Calendar xez Howard Gray, Mrs. Earl
Powers, Mrs. Charles Rich,": I
the round of and Robert Reaves of Orlando. Two Hostesses EntertainOn Mrs. Theodore Mackie Barber Mrs. M. M. Parrish and Mrs. J
zf courtesies honoring Miss Saturday Luncheon Thursday, Mrs. J. N. An- of Knoxville. Marcus Milam III. 11
Anne Purvis and her fiance, In honor of Miss Purvis, derson Jr. and Mrs. Charles Powers Are Hosts ,
Of EventsMONDAY and Mrs. Lewis Hyde were hostesses for a Mrs. Beisler Hostess Another '
Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Mrs. Roy Tew pre nuptial party
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Blalock entertained with a luncheon feting the bridetobe Another luncheon given for was a buffet.dinner given by
luncheon at the Holiday at the Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powers
Grier K I r kpatriclt and Mr. Saturday Miss Purvlj that at
March 23 R 4 lj 4 rre. was given by
and Mrs. Harry Duncan en- Inn.Colors. The serving table was laid their new home in the Coun- t
Gainesville Garden Club, tertained 'with a supper Fri- of pink and white with a white organdy cloth Mrs. Walter Beisler, who entertained try Club Estates.
at her home. 'Red
Board of Directors, day evening. predominated in the luncheon over green and an arrange Twenty six guests, IncludY
9:30 ajn., Community Room, The'pre..- nuptial party took appointments with an arrangement ment of maidenhair fern form- roses, c r a b apple blossomsand ing the affianceicouple's par- '
Guaranty Federal Savingsand place at the Kirkpatrickhome. of spring flowers ed the centerpiece.The pink snapdragons were. ents and the bridegroomelect's -
Loan Building. used as the centerpiece forth hostesses presented in decoration of the luncheon sister, were- entertain- .
Alpha Gamma Delta Alum- :yyti Supper was served on the table.A Miss Purvis with a gift of sil- tables.A ed. '
nae Club, 8 p. m., Mrs. ar ; ye patio with spring flowers in gift of silver was presented ver. gift of china and corsageof tIo'and Informal dancing on the pa- .
George Dreblowe. 1335 NE y straw baskets used in decoration to the bridetobe by Mrs. sweetheart roses were presented swimming featured
7th Street. of the tables. Blalock and Mrs. Tew, who Guests included the honoree to the brideelect.. the evening.:
Guests included the honored also gave her, her mother Mrs. Purvis, Mrs. Nim
Gainesville 'Woman's Club couple,Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pur and the bridegroom elect's nicht, Mrs. P. H. Browne of Guests included Miss Pur- ,
Division of Drama, "Readingin vis, parents of the bride-to-be; mother carnation corsages. Jacksonville, grandmother of vis, her mother, the bride When you have a small. '
the Round", 8 p.m. Club- Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Nimnichtof Guests included Miss Pur the bridegroom elect; Mrs.S. groom elect's mother and amount of chow vein nood-
house. Jacksonville, parents of the vis,. Mrs. Purvis, Mrs. Nim T. Dell, Mrs. Leo Thomas grandmother, Mrs. D. K. les leftover, you can crush- .
University City BridgeClub bridegroom elect; Mr. and nicht, Miss Margaret Nim- Sr., Mrs. Mary R. Kephart, Stanley, Mrs. Marcus Conant, them and use them in a topping
7:30 p.m., Universityof Mrs. Theodore Mackie Bar- nicht, sister of the bridegroom Mrs. James Clayton Mrs.. F. Mrs. L. William Graham, Mrs. just as you would use.
Florida Faculty Club, ber of Knoxville, Tenn., Mr. to-be; Mrs. Marcus C. Myers, Mrs. Percy Beard, Ben 0. Franklin, Mrs. Spur- crushed ,potato chips: rd ty:
West Newberry Road. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards m Milam in, Miss Linda Cham- Mrs. L. J. Thomas Jr., and geon Cherry, Mrs. Leo Thom bread crumbs. -- .

Gainesville Bridge Club, of Irvine. berlin, Miss Jo Nez Love, i
7:30 p.m., RecreationCenter. Miss Marsha Copeland, Miss Miss Dorothy Hampton, Miss
Betty Pound, Miss Linda Jeanne Grand, Miss Judy ;
Junior Woman's Club, C ham berlin, Miss. Joanne Brill, Miss Ann Dell, Miss Robin <
Board Meeting, 9:15: a. m., rah Woodward, Mat Cannon, Ben Graham, Miss Marcia
Mrs. Thomas Hicks, 1115 NE Beasley, Dr. H. R. Gertner, Mase and Miss Nancy Dee : uj
5th Ave. B. D. Boyd of Jacksonville; Williams.

University of Florida I ._..c...-_ .
Shakespeare Anniversary Reunion BanquetMrs. ,
Lecture Series, 8 pjn., Mc-
Carty Auditorium, Dr. Irving .

Ribnee of Tulane University. Howard Weems, left and Mrs. Roy Cowan, staff members LEARN..EARNSecretarial t .. -

TUESDAY Jasmine, March Garden 24 Circle, 8 of the University of Florida Alumni office, helped to crate Prepare to be prettier, smarter, more *. .

p. m., Mrs. Charles Morris, the decorations for the UF 1964 Class Reunion receptionand sophisticated than ever in this year's \
704 SW 2nd Avenue. banquet last night in the Florida Union socialroom.. Hon- *
Easter Parade! We've selected .
Great Books Discuss I Ion ored classes were those of 1914, 1919, 1924, 1934 and 1939. Courses new costume -
Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville Public Alumni of the Class of '1914 inducted into the Grand Old suits, dresses, hats, bags and gloves, I
Guard included: Robert L. Goulding Sr., Tallahassee; James \ blouses '
Library. lingerie, Beautiful Bryan Hose and t
Covered-Dish Supper and In- Thaddeus Grace, Graceville; H. C. Honghtatling, Pensacola; Shorthand .
stallation of Officers, Anna James A. Miller, Clearwater; Frank E. Owens, Tavares; J. Speedtvriting costume jewelry, too. All is ready now for
Hardin Peterson Sr., Lakeland William H. Scholz Jr., Winter
Miller Circle, 7 p.m., Elks' your choosing. You'll approve the fresh use
West Ave Haven, John R. Springer, Orlando; Guy H. Wilson, Jackson- CLASSES l
Lodge, University .
ville; Louis E. Tenney, Palatka, and H. A. Thalimer, Huntington NOW FORMING of color. and the beautiful new. fabrics,
nue.Tuesday Park,Calif.
Evening Supper ,
Club of Gainesville, 6 p. m.,
1404 West University Avenue. Easter Gift Items Always Especially Selected Atfranklin'sn&bOP

Altrusa Club, 7 p.m., Holi- ImmediateDelivery ciQ Howell's Business College
day Inn.
First Methodist Church ; "
on f/Nlful 21.8 W. University Avenue '
WSCS, Executive Committeemeet YtiI! Phone 376-3507
10:30 a.m., Bethany I
Merrysteppers, 8 pjn., Re- 1I l.---
creation Center. GAINESYILLTS EXCLUSIVE- DEALER ; 201 W. University Avenue Central Charge Dial FR 2-4606
Supreme Forest Woodmen 1703 N. MAIN ST. PH. 376-4438
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Circle. 7:30 -p.m... Odd I
Fellows HalLAmerican
Association of Un-
iversity Women, Evening In- C6 J
terest Group, 8 pjn., Mrs. //1" P
John Van Saunders 108 Cole
Dyke ,
NW 22nd Drive.WEDNESDAY : V V \ ft.V
March 25 SOUTH SIDE OF California ,
Gainesville Bridge Club, .

7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. D THE SQUARE ._ ". is cutting up
University Med esl 8 p.m., Dr. and Mrs.TEPriest quite openly!
Wright, 404 NW 23rd Street.
Cosmos Club, 10 a.m., All w Tf with a new open air pump ,fw
Day Sewing and Covered Dish, t SWIM WEAR y t

shaw Luncheon, 707, NW Mrs.: 24th Susan Avenue.Cren- HAS BEEN > .

Junior Welfare League, 8 q "SEA"-lECTED \\ fl ... ".
p. m., Community Room VudcujAIt's ;
Guarantee Loan Association.Federal Savingsand i i WITH CARE : f'

University City Bridge THIS YEAR \
Club, 7:30 pjn., Weed Hall,
107 NW 15 Terrace.

University Women's Club, I \

Newcomers University Women's Bridge, 8 p.Club m., I Spring i PREPARE NOW

Chapter AF, PEO, 10 a.m., andfashions ,
Mrs. Paige Pinnell, 325 NW SWIMMING AND

21st Street. Luncheon follows fancy SUNNING FROM f.
Mrs. James Norman,
co-hostess. turns ri OUR "GREATESTEVER"

THURSDAY, March 26 ASSORTMENT .., .. ... .
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. to : ::f:_ .: .
2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, / t t ...., .-- -- ::
740 SE 2nd Avenue. -- --.-
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Gainesville Garden Club "i2f
Circles: (($3 ,7 .
9:30: ajn., Begonia, Mrs. C. 8 Cole ====
H. Janes, 1635 NW 16th Avenue
of California ::: = =
Daisy, Mrs. Fred B. Ar- SHORT -
nold, 2741 SW 7th Place; -- -
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Daylily, Mrs. H. H. Graham, J .. SHIFT. .
1922 SW 8th Drive; Dianthus, )tt -4. s ... a
Mrs. J. L. Kirkland Sr., 818 .-
NW 19th Avenue; Gardenia, -
Mrs. David Cofrin, 4810 NW x Checkerboard shift .
8th Avenue; Hibiscus, Mrs. looking like a middy I
Charles Simpson, 2225 NW r grown long Skimmy :. ,
6th Place stove-pipe shape in the : ':
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9:45 a. m., Lotus, Mrs. crispy coolness of Dan .M r. Boston knows- is -it's If
Ralph Thomas, 1326 NW 11th R cotton...huge the little things that
Road; Magnolia, Mrs. R. M. L. ;B collar laced in "' count and that's' ''I
Lawson, 315 NE 8th Ave.; x twine.Fink, just what makes i
10 ajn., Gladiolus, Mrs. ,. p Yellow,Turquoise. this pump extra- '!
Grant Edson, 2212 NW 15th 8-M-L 15.00 special in ,:
Avenue; the shine of ..

1:30 pjn., Camellia Mrs. S patent, or i
Alfred Reed, 1120 SW 9th beautifulcalf. t
Road; .
2 p.m., Founders, Mrs.
Charles K. Hammon, 309 NW S I
23rd Drive;
3 pjn., Amaryllis, Mrs. S geersucker gtripes
W. D. Stevens, 546 NE 6th : :
Ave.; Azalea, Mrs. Henderson .'..:. '"
Bell, Melrose; D o gwood,
Mrs. J. B. Carmichael, 609 .
SW 9th Street; Rose, Mrs.S. IN
W. Getzen, 2208 NW 7th

Lane 7:30; p.m., Mimosa, Mrs.J. HUCKLEBERRY HOLLY LEAF CHIANTI j i J \ :
W. Willingham, 1214 NW r A I J
36th Terrace; I ,
8 pjn., Carnation, Mrs. R. 8HORT -
Shrum, Jr., 1303 NE 14th Terrace x for 'N SwsR
; Geranium, Mrs. J. H. 9n '. "' '
Hintermister Sr., 2720 SW : \ checkerboard: pattern # r w

9th Terrace; Hydrangea, Mrs. mjditic pelnledODthoer+py :
Peter Sirmopoulus, 536 NW R.f ,
31st Avenue. g coolness: of Dan River
FRIDAY, March 27 4 ." S cotton.Brief little bra !! I

Gainesville Bridge Club, S ,. I ,
9 ajn., Holiday Inn. and low-slung hip-rider

I SATURDAY Alachua, County March 28 Association / You'll Find a Complete Line Majestic InterIhortatrimmedwith (# -.....f"?= ,

of Retired Teachers, changeability in Rudd/s Sportswear Depart perky bow.Yellow -.
9:30 a.m., Mr. and Mrs. H. Pink Turquoise.
, B.Place.Dolbeare, 2735 SW Fifth :: ,_ ment one of Downtowns Finest 8'16 $16.00 I

Easter Egg Hunt 10 a.m.,
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LI TODAY, March 22 wedding, 4 pm. First Presbyterian -
Wedding of Miss Linda Church followed by

Faye Holton, daughter of Mr. rehearsal dinner at the Hol-

and Mrs. Grant B. Holton, of iday Inn, 7 p.m., Mr. and

9 c K H Na R%% High Springs, and Eugene Ev- Mrs. E. R. Rowe Jr., par- '
S erette Leivonen, son of Mr. ents of the. bridegroom, as S have bought the entire \
I ARE PLEASED TO S and Mrs. Peter A. Leivonenof hosts. \ stock of high grade I\,

I ANNOUNCESPECIAL S Newberry, 3:30 p.m., High FRIDAY,Ptlarch 27 }\ famous brand S
Church of Christ. Re-
\ \ Wedding of Miss Karen Marna WATCHE5
ception following at the High
Owens, daughter of Dr.
Springs Woman's Club. and Mrs. Karl Rhyden Ow- S S SS
MONDAY, March 23 from another North
ens, and Robert Roger Rowe, \
Buffet supper honoring Florida ,
area jeweler 1
1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
h- Miss Sarah D. Orton, fianceeof S and are putting the 1
C9b, David Decker, Roger Rowe Jr., 7 p.m., First \
( George S entire lot on sale at

q BUY 6:30 p.m., Mrs. David S. An- Presbyterian tion following Church.at FellowshipHall Recep-- S S-
thony, 1503 NW Twelfth Road.
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t Bridesmaids' luncheon, hon- SATURDAY, March 28 30 s
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Genuine, y j oring Miss Karen Owens, fiancee Luncheon honoring Miss }

Simulated S of Robert E. Rowe, Anne Purvis, bride-elect of
12:30 p. m., Mrs. Denver Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr.
t \ ,: t Baughan and Mrs. Louise of Jacksonville, 12:30 p. m., 1 to y yS

0 BIRTHSTONE f Midgette at the latter's'home, Miss Sherry Sanders and
S 1017 NW Eleventh Avenue. Miss Pam Sanders, Gaines- '
w.,,/,.. w. Rehearsal for Owens-Rowe ville Golf and Country Club.
S ,.,.. };", ? '; ) 50
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\ Mrs. Robert E. Davis Lannie H. Thompson :Mrs. with ,a tea at the Thompson Kirkpatrick before her recent marriage, left, and her mother

M'4fl\ Hugh C. Simmons and Mrs. home complimenting Miss Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpatrick, were pictured daring one of several \ '- : \
S Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin tertained with a buffet sup- Wilbur M. Harling Jr., en- Karen Owens, fiancee of Robert post-wedding courtesies given last week. The picture was 1 '
Burton Leavitt announce the per at their home following E. Rowe. made during the Thursday afternoon tea given by Mrs. Roy '.' !
R 1 y marriage of their daughter, the ,
ceremony.An Green and Mrs. Harry Norton at the latter's home.
Gifts of silver
yS Miss Abbie Compton Leavitt, pres- :
and Robert E. Davis, son of arrangement of pink KynesesHonored ented to the honoree by the Added to the post nuptial Judy Brill and Miss Jeanne i -I": j I.

\ S Mrs. Cecil Davis, of Lafay- and white roses, tulips, hostesses. parties honoring Mrs. Theodore Grand. \ 4 \

ette, La., and the late Mr. snapdragons and stock cen- Orchid corsages were pres- Mackie Barber of On Thursday afternoon, \ I \
I- Pearls. It I SS Davis, which was solemnized tered the serving table. ented to her, her mother, Knoxville, Tenn., the former Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. \ 's.:4' \ I If
S Thursday afternoon.The Mrs. Karl R. Owens, and the Miss Frances Kirkpatrick, a with a tea honoring :Mrs. f ,-r I
t I Among those attending the bridegroom-elect's mother, luncheon was given at the Holiday Harry Norton entertained \ i j 1\
Rubies. S wedding took place in wedding were Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Edward R. Rowe Jr. Inn Friday afternoonby Barber at the Norton home. \ \

I. \ the Holy Trinity Episcopal mother of the bridegroom, A line arrangement of Mrs. William H. Steckert More than 85 guests were S such )
Church with the Rev. Earle are
and the bride's grandmothers ByKAsIn Christian Dior roses and be- and her daughter, Miss Carol invited to call during the aft S S
Page, rector, performing the famous names as
t Sapphires. S SOpals ceremony in the presence of Gainesville, Mrs. ,Walter and Mrs.Hanna Fred-of gonia leaves in a mahogany Steckert ernoon. \ \

S close friends and membersof erick A. Leavitt of Brook- compliment to Attorney- candlestick on a teakwood Corsages were presentedto White rosebud corsageswere \ ELGINHamilton, \
the two families.A General James W. Kynes and base was placed on the con- the honoreee and her mother presented to the bride S \
line, Mass.
soje table in the living room. and her mother by the hos-
Mrs. of Tallahassee
\ Kynes Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpat- \ S\ I
program of nuptial mus- To Continue Studies the Kappa Alpha fraternity The tea table was laid witha rick. tesses. .
'Diamonds. \ ic was given by Dr. David entertained with a reception handmade organdy cloth An all-white arrangementof \ \
\ Stryker,'organist. The newlyweds have returned Thursday afternoon at the over yellow cotton satin. The hostess' gift to the roses, stock and carna- S Benrus S SS
to Nashville, Ten n., bride was crystal salad bowl tions adorned the tea table,
and other \ chapter house. Dried wisteria line white \ \
stones An arrangement of all- ,
where they will establish a and silver laid with imported
servers. was an -
\ white spring flowers adorn- home. Mr. Kynes was a mem- stock and bells of Ireland in cutwork linen cloth. S Bulova S SS
S ed the altar. ber of the chapter while at- an antique silver epergnewas The luncheon table was decorated in
the hostesses
\ Given in marriage by her Mrs. Davis was graduatedfrom tending the University of Flo- used on the buffet. Apple with spring flowers' Assisting \ and \
\1 S Sk \ father the bride wore a Gainesville High School, rida. Mrs. Kynes was Miss blossoms and azaleas decorated in shades of pink, white and the Grier hospitalities Kirkpatrick,were Mrs. Mrs.Har- \S 1 1S \ )
where she member of the bride's
cream-colored faille suit and was a Marjorie Hiatt of Gainesville guest
+ S SS the National Honor book table the blue.Guests old Gertner, Mrs. H. H. S Wads1 1
SS mantilla of Brussels 1 a c e. Society before her marriage. on porch. included the honoree -
SS S Her corsage was of cymbidium Keyettes, and served as Guests were greeted by Those assisting in the hospitalities her mother, Mrs. John Hobbs ert, Mrs., Mrs.J.William W. Kirkpatrick Steck-- S Worth S PtS

S orchids. captain of the Cheer Leaders. Mrs. Myrtle Trawick, house were: Mrs. Henry W. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Thomas III, Mrs. Roy N. .,
\ Miss Marguerite McMillan, She is now a senior majoring mother, and Walter E. "Dub- Raattama, Mrs. Lindley S. Royster, Mrs. Marcus Mi- Green Jr., Mrs. Mary Gray S Here Are Some S SS
S j 1\ a classmate and sorority in mathematics at Vanderbilt by" Murphree Jr., chapter Cellon, Mrs. P. W. Peck Jr., lam III, Mrs. Albert Boydof Sandefer, Mrs. Charles H. f
\ sister of the bride, was her University. Her sorority is president. Mrs. K. Rhydon Owens Jr., Graceville, Miss Edith Denny, Mrs. E. M. Edmonson \S Typical Savings- \
only attendant. Bruce Lea- Kappa Delta. In the receiving line with Mrs. Tom Martin, Mrs. Will- Pitts.
\ Jr., Mrs. John Morgan, S Regular $37.50Watches '
vitt, brother of the bride, the honor Mr. S
guests were iam D. Gray, Mrs. Lester
S The bridegroom is a student Also Miss Anne Purvis, Mrs. L. E. Schoonmaker and \
All in Solid Gold S
was best man. and Mrs. Ned Cannon and Wigglesworth, Mrs. KennethD.
at the Vanderbilt Law Howard K. Wallace.
Miss Matthews, Miss Mrs.
\ Mountings y\ Supper Follows School. He is ,a member of Dr. A. A. Murphree, faculty Morris, Mrs. RalphY.. Carolyn i PRICE
yS\ adviser. Cellon.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Leavitt en Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. .
S Assisting in the courtesies Also Miss Suzanne Martin, .
were Mrs. A. A Murphree Mrs. Roy D. Cellon Mrs. E. PaullingThomasNuptials i s $18.70Regular.

,130010\\ InThe Round' Mrs. Spurgeon Cherry, C. Kuehn Jr., Mrs. RalphW.
'Reading Mrs. Percy Beard, Mrs. Le- Cellon Jr., Mrs. W. E. $60Watches S
land Hiatt, Mrs. James Mo
Cellon, Miss Jennie M u r-
ti S Set for GWCThe Cachren, Mrs. Dave Fuller, phree, Miss Yancey Harris Held \ \S
\ .\ Program Ron LaFace and Chip Block. and Miss Beth Meadows. 30% OFF ti .
Punch was served on the I
division of drama of the Mrs. Frank Lukaski as her Continuing the pre-nuptial
\ OFFLimited patio. for Miss Owens, Solemnized March 15, the elated at the double ring ceremony f
Gainesville Woman's Club is assistant. The punch table, laid witha parties wedding of Miss Florence M. before an altar adorned s $40.00 :
\ whose marriage to Mr. Roweis
\ drama Readers will be Mrs. FredT. pink linen cloth, was decor- bridal t
trying a new idea in be of Thomas and Theodore Lenier with white gladioli,
\ ." \ interpretation and will presenta Laughon, Mrs. Frank ated with gladioli, chrysan- to 7 an in event the First Fridayat Pres- Paulling Jr. took place at the wreath and fern. SOME WATCHES \ I
\ Quantities Green, Mrs. Mitchell Baum- themums and azaleas in p.m. Hawthorne Methodist Church. Billy Wells was organist, S AS LOW AS \
1 1y 'reading in the round" of a byterian Church, will be thebridesmaids'
c- stein Mrs. Wendell B. Clardy, shades of pink and white.
S and Miss Lisa McKay was soloist
comedy in two acts on Mon-
luncheon Thursday The bride is the daughter of $5.00
COME S SS D. C. Ostrander, Jack Williams Miss Judy Brill, Miss Rose-
y day evening at 8 p.m. at the
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Thomas
Joe Wilcox, W. T. Ar- Manson, Miss Susan Mc-
Clubhouse. Husbands of mary The bride wore a white sat- .
S FIRST SERVED bers and friends are invited mem- nett, Frank Lukaski Felmy T. Rae, Miss Beverly Boone, Hostesses for the affair and the bridegroom is the son in street length dress, a S I About50 Watches ;
S Ford, George B. Hurff, Wen- Miss Tony Harness and Miss will be Mrs. Denver Baughanand of Mrs. Ann Lathingho use shoulder length veil of illus- .
\ _S to.attend. dell B. Clardy and Pierre Be- Frances Cooper presided at Mrs. Louise Midgette, Paulling of Gainesville and ion. She carried a bouquet of 1 To Choose From y 1 1All

\..... \ : Mrs. Felmy T. Ford is to jano.Refreshments the punch bowls throughoutthe who will entertain at the Ted L. Paulling Sr. of Haw- white carnations and a Bible. 1 Watches Carry S '
be director of the reading with will be served. afternoon. Midgette home', 1017 NW Elev- thorne. Miss Dorothy Ann Paulling, S A FULL 1YEARGUARANTEE. S
.IIN.- enth Avenue. Rev. C. H. Sappington offi- sister of the bridegroom, was S S \

maid of honor. She wore a S Some 3 Years S

1.1Iraal \Cathcart-Stephen Vows Read McGarrityCawoodSolemnized embossed green street satin- length and carried dress of a \- \ S

bouquet of yellow daisies. .

The b r i d egroom's father
Saturday after- PITTSBURGH, Pa. Mr. served as His best man. Fred- 1.--1
II IIII t_ noon, the marriage of Miss ,".
and Mrs. George A. McGarrity -
; 1 "'. die H. Chaires of Ant h o n y, I
Joan Diane Stephan and Dr. < .
of Pittsburgh, Pa., have
Fla., was usher.
Edward Reaver Cathcart, took announced the engagement of The bridegroom's mother \ran 1 1tllsllll

; BIRTHSTONE! place at the University Methodist Y Ate.Mrs. their daughter, Miss Marilyn chose a pink voile dress and

Church. McGarrity of Gainesville, white straw hat for the wed- __ !
Rev. T h a xton Springfield, Fla., to Eugene B. Cawood, ing. Her corsage was of
pastor, performed the single also of Gainesville, son of Mr. white carnations. \1 S
RING ring ceremony before an altar and Mrs Eugene Cawood of Following the ceremony a \ \

adorned with gladioli, Harlan, Ky. reception was held in Ella S \ 4
chrysanthemums, fern and Miss McGarrity, a gradu- Gay Fellowship Hall with SMen's
\ Ladies S St
''Register Anytime palms. ate of Ohio Wesleyan Univer- Mrs. Clifford Paulling Hug- or

\ Mrs. Sarah Rhule, of An- sity is presently employedby '. gins and Mrs. Robert I. Paul
No Purchase .11I#
S derson, S.C., sister of the J. C. Penney Companyin .- ing as hostesses. t BENRUSWATCH I
Necessary S bridegroom, was soloist, and Gainesville.The -- Floral arrangements of .

Come In and Browse S SS Mrs. Arnold Wirtala, was organist bride-elect was presi- white gladioli, bridal wreath,

\ SS S SS dent of Delta Gamma Soror- ) and fern decorated the recep-
The bride is the daughter of ity at Ohio Wesleyan, and a > tion room. \ \ .

\ S Captain Charles R. Stephan, member of Panhellenic Coun- '" ......" Mrs.C.H. Sappington sere S Register Anytime I .1
USN, (Ret.), and Mrs. Steph- cil, Presidents' C o u ncfl, Phi ed the wedding cake and Mrs. No Purchase \ S _
\ \ Upsilon Omicron Honorary Clifford Paulling Huggins y Necessary S 1
S S Ss an.The bridegroom is the son of Society, and Women's Chor- Miss Marilyn McGarrityof poured punch. S Come In and Browse \

S Mr. and Mrs. James Milling The newlyweds, who honey- !
\ S Cathcart, Anderson, S.C. ale.Mr.. Cawood, who was grad- silver was presented to mooned in Daytona Beach, S HURRYWHILE Lti
Given in marriage by her a uated from Ohio Wesleyan Miss McGarrity by the host will make their home at 3242 \ \ :

t HURRYWHILE father, the bride wore a white A p University, is presently at and hostess. NW 11th Street. ti \\"f
satin gown fashioned with an the University of Florida : \ -
empire waist and chapel Law School. He is a memberof \
} y yt train. Her fingertip veil of illusion Phi Kappa Psi and Phi MOTHER'S DAY IS S SUPPLY ti :

S\ fell from a white pearl Alpha Delta fraternities. \ -
crown. She carried a bouquetof Plans have been made fora \ LASTS! L
t SUPPLY S SS 1 white and white orchids Bible.and stephanotis First May Baptist 16 wedding Church, in at Pittsburgh the- MAY 10th : : : S \S ...

Sister Is AttendantMrs. Pa. A fine Frank Anderson will show \
portrait by
t LASTS! t t'i Yvonne Brown of Bowie Parties Fete Bride :
in that Be
mom a very special way you care. k jT.4eiAn. :
S S Md., sister of the bride, Mrs. Alfred G. Reed rec- sure to make your appointment early at .
SS was matron of honor and Edward Reaver Cathcart enctly entertained at a
Miss Ann Lewis of Fort Lau- bridal shower at' her home I.
S derdale, and Mrs. Phyllis Nor- Charles R. Stephan, USNA, ioli and carnation decoratedthe for Miss McGarrity. >

fleet of, New berry, were and Robert Stephan, both reception room. *_ Spring floral arrangements, i rraeGAINESVILLES i
bridesmaids.'All brothers of the bride. Mrs. A. M. Green kept the miniature bride dolls and ... .

attendants wore light brides' book. pink umbrellas were the ap- iJl ..
Jack Brown of Bowie Md.
blue street length For a wedding trip North, pointments used. Mrs. Reed \
103 W. University
ies, and carried bouquets of suit with black accessories.The pink rose corsage and giftsof
'i S SWo blue carnations and stepha- Reception Follows newlyweds will return' silver. S Avenue \ ':
notis. to reside at 1226 SW 16th Mr. and Mrs. Angus T. LEADING ,\ \S.S S..
James M. Cathcart Jr., of A reception, given by the Street. Dr. Cathcart is pres- Ginn Jr. entertained at a re- PHOTOGRAPHER FOR OVER
Invite Your S SCharge bride's parents was held at S We Invite Your t : ;
Greenwood, S.C., brother of ently chief resident and instructor ception recently at their TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ;
Account the bridegroom, served as the University Inn, followingthe of obstetrics and gynecology home, honoring Miss McGar- S Account -
best man. ceremony. at the University of rity and Mr. Cawood.A Phone FR 6-5323 821 N.W. 13th St. l Charge 1 ':
1 Ushers were Midshipman Floral arrangments of glad- Florida Teaching Hospital. white orchid and gift r 'I
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) I 4B Gamesviiie :Sun :'w"wwf, i.w.... i., .34 i

l Mrs. Rutland Gives ReviewBy 7 AAUW "t.
Hither And J>>J
0- BEE WEBB Introducing the principal lationship to her neighborsand Luncheon / i

.. Mrs. R. Eugene Rutland of character of the book witha community, her strugglefor I -

r.,: .... : Mcintosh presented a review mountain saying "A tall a church and a school YonBy 1
Wilwith casts long shadow," and inward gentleness and I franklin's
of "The Tall Woman by woman a t
..-:.. ma Dykeman warmth .'" .... .---- !tJ--.... ",....ovth courage. i Meeting

" .'...-.. and humor at the Gainesville in character and under- Mrs. Rutland emphasized'statement a RUTH WEIMER .
I. Woman's Club recently. saW.b u* we woman in Ier.f made by one char- Returning today from New Orleans, where they went on a "The Adolescent and the take"spleasure 7;::t;
acter: .. business-pleasure trip are Dr. and Mrs. T. Lynn Smith. Family" will be the
"He does say that it looks to Dr. Smith went particularly to give guest lectures for the subject presented when program in .
the .
r.f Citadel Graduate him like we're willing to fight Latin American Center of Tulane University and Louvin trav- American Association of Uni-
: for our religion or die for it, eled along to see their son, Richard, his wife, and their versity Women meet at noon I
: or do about anything but live baby son, Michael. Packed away in the car was a special Saturday at the Park Lane
by it""The gift for the baby- a great big stuffed bear they brought back Cafeteria.
i .: : Tall Woman" a from their recent two-week trip in Switzerland.T. .
I book emphasizing human dig- Lynn was one of seven international specialists invitedto Mrs. Howard Weems, pro
r I' -- -- nity and spiritual heritage, assist the Secretariat of the International Labor Office in gram chairman, announcedthat t'NlIzolCe
-- -' covers the Civil War period Geneva in preparing the agenda for the 1965 International Mrs. Henry Lunsford and
: -: and Reconstruction era. Labor Organization meeting. As an expert in the field of Mrs. Vera Jenkins will showa

Mrs. Winston W. Little, im- agrarian reform, he and representatives from Italy, Egypt, film entitled, "Teens. A
mediate past president of the Nigeria, Mexico, India, and the Soviet Union worked together. question and answer period -ll.'I
'- club, introduced the reviewer. He was the only American participating in the working will follow.
:. : group. Following the meeting, : 'I'ISAkq't
Receiving guests with Mrs. While Dr. Smith was busy with conferences conducted in are asked to ,
t t : : Rutland were Mrs.. J. Ed Spanish, Russian, and English, Louvin took time to make stay for a "brainstorming"period
:- -- Price, club president, Mrs. Alpine trips to Chamonix and Lausanne.. to develope new ideas
.. .- Eaton and Mrs. Edgar. for the membership.Any '; !

I I The program was under the Lt. and Mrs. Fred M. Cone Jr. of Wurzburg, Germany, and uate of woman accredited, who is a grad-
j : n direction of Mrs. Albert C. Ed- formerly of Gainesville, announce the birth of a daughter, an collegeor
university interested
I gar, chairman of the Divisionof Kelendra Lee, born on March 14. in
.. joining group, or any for-
Literature, with Mrs. F. C. Mrs. Cone is the former Miss Barbara Hendricks, daughterof member who is
mer trans-
.. Myers as chairman of the social Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hendricks. Lieutenant Cone, son of fer from another is in
city J
hour Mrs. R. J. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Cone Sr., has been on duty with the '
r vited to attend this monthly ca( r' t'illdm1.
\ : : Lt. Milton Lewis Eliades, right son of Mrs. Lewis Eliades, gave the opening prayer. 703rd Maintenance Battalion of the U.S. Army in Germanyfor meeting. .
I i I : and the late Mr. Eliades, is shown receiving congratulations April ProgramsDue nearly,two years.

: from the Commandant of Cadets, Maj. Gen. R. H. Tucker to the m e e ting of the Lt and Mrs. Kerry E. Kelly, Albany, Ga., have chosen the
: : USA (Ret'd) upon his recent graduation from The Citadel, Florida Federation of Wom- name, Mary Hicheal Kelly, for their daughter, born March 16 Scrambled EggsMinced l6 OJ d .
Charleston, S.C. Lieutenant Eliades who received his reserve en's Clubs Jacksonville. the a
in the Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Kelly is the
: : commission in the U.S. Army, is now attending officers trainIng April 13 program has been parsley and chives i
Miss Givens Lieutenant
t former Mary of Vero Beach. Kellyis
school at Fort Benning, Ga. In August he expects to be scheduled for April 6, with stationed at Turner Air Base. make a splendid combination to I /4h ludh 4e3d4/
: : assigned to duty in Germany, where he and his wife, the former I Dr. Robert.Carson as guest add to scrambled eggs. 'f
The baby's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. JohnR.
Miss Sandra Mae Wilbanks of Sarasota will establish a I violinist and speaker.
: : home. I Members are reminded of Kelly and her maternal grandparents are Col. and Regular Price $1.95 ea. Sale Price $1.65 ea.

the Book Reviewers' luncheonon Mrs. Willis Givens of Vero Beach. Dice cold boiled pared pota I! Regular Price $1.65 ea. Sale Price $1.40 ea.

,ti i April 22 when Dr. Lester Houseguests of Dr. and Mrs. Lynn TenEyck this weekendare toes and add a little onion cut Regular Price $5.85 box Sale Price $4.95 box
GEIGER'S Presents Hale will review, "Papa's and and Mrs. Aura very fine. Use bacon drippings II
I Wife." all of Mr.Normal and,Mrs.111. Lee Long Mr. King, to brown the potatoes and onionin Regular Price $4.95 box Sale Price S4.20 box '

The clubhouse was decorated a skillet. Season to taste,I I Beautiful New At .
Things Arriving
i in a St. Patrick's theme of The Longs, Kings, and TenEycks, long-time friends and for- with salt and pepper, adding
green and white. mer neighbors, traveled abroad the summer of 1961 in the paprika if you like. I I
} 1 1&V EASTER -1 same party. Last night, Martha d Lynn entertained with an "mOWn

,I S ( 3- open house and a "travel reunion" for the visitors. Guests franklin's bop.
E oue e
I were limited to Gainesville people who made the same tour.
I'' The Kings will leave tomorrow for a trip in the southern
: Ladies part of Florida, while the Longs will remain until Wednesdayso 401 W. University Dial FR 2-4606

Sportswear that Lynn and Lee can get some fishing done. Free Parking Rear of Store
: :
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grubbs of Orlando, announce the birthof
: : a daughter, Vicki Lynn, born March 20, at Orange County
Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grubbs are the baby's paternal
.. grandparents, and Mrs. Evelyn Warren is her maternal Sun Want Ads Get Results

..... -- -- grandmother. _
} +1 Miss Ellen Wolfe
Mary ,
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# bert Wolfe, has been awardeda
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: : : ) j ja 0 Fellowship for graduate study

.. i : next year. 1
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; : a Lawrence College, Appleton, SUNDRIESTemporary

.. .. \ Wis., was one of seven Law-
rence students receiving one
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Location: Old Pi Kappa
; I in the U.S. and Canada. She
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t .-. .-. P- --' to. : 1960 and spent her junior on
at the
.. year University of Ma-
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-M .-.. -.- z *: t t> ,. LOOKING FOR Miss Sharon S t e d maD, DISCOUNTDAZE
tE / r oitQ't daughter of Col. and Mrs. F.

; ., THAT C. Myers, has been initiatedinto
Delta Delta Delta sororityat
College, Gainesville, _

= : Happiness Is a dress with EASTER SUIT? Ga.

: : :. this very feminine, airy .
Florida Presbyterian College -
;. += dress with lace.embroidered Mere lacee V Something in of St. Petersburg has an- 00
: beautifully
IA .. nounced Janice Ceceila Ken-
: across the sleeved top, the spurt of yon and Edward Harry Borne
: skirt. And all happy to honor scholars
as during a
; : in tucked Fortrel polyester and : J Spring Just recent scholarship evaluation 4
-4 cotton. White blush pink sum .in St. Petersburg last week-
:: : : mer sky blue. Sizes 6 to 18, 7 tow perfect for EASTERfor end. The honor carries stipends '
: 17. 4998.
for freshman college
:: work at the schooLDr. :
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-. r I the dinner for visiting stu

I .: .- : r, You'll Revel in our dents. A swimming party, picnic DISCOUNT : \
and hootenanny featuredthe
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:: : : weekend during, after the
program EXAMPLES
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Women's Republican Club .: : : mums.S will meet at the Park Lane Cafeteria -

:- : I for private dining room shampoo $100, 60c
luncheon at noon Wednesday. BRECK -0- .
... W. University Avenue
.. Election and discussion of .
Free Parking on lit Federal Bonk Lot
precinct organization in Alacb-
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: :--- Sunday, March 22, 1964 Gainesville Sun 58t

Ic will be, "Wild Flowers for Our Gardens. ROSE The Years will be
1}t .. fi I Rose will meet at 3 p. m. at the home of Mrs. S. W. Getz- Retired Through I
MAGNOLIA en, 2208 NW 7th Lane, with Mrs. Harry Baumer and Miss the program presented by L. I
1 Garden Club NotesI Magnolia Circle will have Mr. M. L. Shea as guest Molly Morrison as co-hostesses. Dr. Wilson Popenoe will Teachers T. Neiland. \,
speaker. His subject will be Exotic Orchids. The meeting will speak on "Plant Introduction".
i be held at 9:45 at the home of Mrs. R. M. Lawson, 315 NE ProgramThe Two items of business on the
I 8th Avenue. Mrs. Ruth W. Sinclair and Mrs. H. K. Wrench AMARYLLIS agenda, include a report from
By will be co-hostesses. Mrs. W. D. Stevens will be hostess for the Amaryllis Circleat Retired Teachers Association the nominating committee and
.f These\ are many things that every gardener wants to do this MIMOSA 3 pjn. at her home, 546 NE 6th Ave. Co -hostesses will be of Alachua County will the consideration of the resolu
tions to be submitted to the
time of'the year. Some of the Springtime duties are mentioned Mrs. L. T. Nieland will talk about flower arranging for Mrs. E. L. Fouts and Mrs. Fred H. Heath. meet on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. state organization meeting.
.l' below by our horticultural chairman, Dess James. our homes with flowers from our own gardens at Mimosa's Six arrangements will be evaluated by a panel of judges. in the home of Dr. and Mrs. H.
>Otmr events that every gardener will be interested in are March meeting. Mrs. J. W. Willingham will be hostess for the Following the judging of the arrangements, members of the B. Dolbeare, 2735 SW Fifth This state meeting will be
/' "today's Dogwood Garden Tour, the Gainesville Garden Club'sSprirj circle at her home at 1214 NW 36th Terrace. 7:30 p.m. is the panel will give a commentary on the merits of each ar- Place. held in Miami Beach on April
Flower Show on April 4 and 5, the commemoration time and Mrs. Harold R. LePert the co-hostess. rangement and tell how improvements might be made. "History of Paynes Prairie 23, 24, and 25.
I of Conservation Day on April 7 with United States Supreme 1.
i Coujt Justice William O. Douglas as speaker, and the Rose
Gajden Tour, April 12.
Yaming: ..our Gardens with Dogwood" is the theme of thet
-this*Sunday from 2 till 5.p.m. featuring the gardens of
I M/s./ ,O'Neal Cox, 1639 NW 11 Road, and Mrs. C. A. Pound, az 2 e

211 NW.12 Terrace. The public is invited. Jf
.J The Spring Flower Show will be held at the Gainesville .
"' ..
"if-: ;
Ic,; igh School on ,April 4 from 2:30: to 9 p.m. and on Sunday, "
ij he 5 from'12"noon till 6 pjn'; Horticulture entries are open to
It\\ he public. All'bux six design classes are open to any memr 9
of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, to members of
\ 'the Men's Garden Club of Gainesville, and to members of affiliated -
I i! plant "s ieties. Five classes are not open to Accred-
ited Flower Show Judges but are open to all other membersof I
the above mentioned grbups. One class is'open only to those I
members who have never won a blue ribbon in a standard
t Howe show.. For-any additionaTiSSa&s ag t ed on the asterEASTER
,j flower show, call Mrs. Charley Woods.On .
Tuesday, April 7,.at 8 p.m. in the University of Florida
auditorium' United States Supreme 'CMJrt Justice William 0.
1: Douglas .will'speak on "The Responsibility of the Citizen for
f Stewardship of "the Wilderness." His visit to Gainesville is in
"," commemoration of Conservation Day and he is with us at the
!l l invitation of the UF, the Audubon Society and the Gainesville I
:: Garden Club. He is a noted author of several books concern-

) ing Wilderness Preservation. -*-T >
Sunday, April 12, from 2 till 5 p.m. the Garden Tour*will : Season of Rejoicing, when hope shines >> r '
feature "Roses.",Gardens that will be open to the public for forth most brightly A time of Spiritual regeneration
I viewing will be those of Mrs. R. M. Palmer, 3923 NW 15 Street,
Mrs. Ralph G. Leighty, 1330 NW 17th Street and Mrs. Jas.
A. Chadwick, 828 NE 5 Avenue.
EASTER I : the time when all the glorious beauties < '
\ AZALEA of new life and Springtime blossom forth. r Y
The March meeting of the Azalea Circle will be held on the
t 26th at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Henderson Bell in Mel-
"' rose. Co-hostesses are Mrs. Everett Yon and Mrs. Willard
Fifield. Please watch the Gainesville Sun for further details. EASTER I : A Family Affair time for ;.
\ BEGONIA family get-togethers and good will to others iA
i II The March meeting of the Begonia Circle will be held on time of gladness and Parading in our very best.
the 26th at'9:30 at the home of Mrs. C. H. Janes 1635 NW 16th May you and yours enjoy a full measure of Easter
Ave. Assisting Mrs. Janes as hostess will be Mrs. Dennis Ma- Joy. .
son and Mrs. W. E. Thompson.An .
intereting and informative program is planned after
which will be a short business meeting.

Camellia Circle 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. Alfred
Reed, 1120 SW 9th Road, at 1:30: p.m. with Mrs. Larry
Seckinger as co-hostess. Mr. Eugene A. Branch, Florida /J EASTER IS A
State Forest Service ranger will speak on "My Good .
:Friend Smoky". r ''' FAMILY AFFAIR

I CARNATION \ A time when each one wants to look his best
t Carnation Circle will meet at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. k For clothing that reflects your good taste and

R,..W. Shrum, Jr., 1303 NE 14th Terrace. kr x help you to put your nEST LOOK forward, visit ** 1
The program is titled "You Are There". An interesting and : Belk-Lindsey Your Family Fashion Center
informative film will be hown and narrated by. Mrs. Gene ;; ; for Quality Selection I Value ,
Smith, Second-vice chairman of the circle. I
Refreshments will be served by the hostesses, Mrs. Shrum, s f
Mrs. R. J. Schiffli, and Mrs. 0. W. Davis Jr. LADIES' DRESSES

DAISY y' .. > ,. .'' A wide selection of new, beautiful spring fashions -
Mrs. Joseph T. Hudson, Jr. will speak to the Daisy Cir- ;:;*.. ; .df' ." and colors, in the finest fabrics styled
v cl about the "Cultivation of Daylilies". r i{':Btl'. by the nations leading makers, including;

The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Fred B. di jt" .;?..,. 'J ,l : Henry Rosenfeld, R&K originals, Stacy Ames,
1 Arnold, 2741 SW 7th Place at 9:30: a.m. with Mrs. E. A. n d.; : .Ay: fr.0;: TJ-, ; L' Aiglon! Bobbie Brooks, Leslie Fay & others
Craig as assisting hostess. :: : rr: ''':' **.
1 n .::3.% 8.99-35.00
DAYULY ; \ t'i
Daylily Circle will meet at 9:30: a.m. at the home of Mrs.H. '. -ITf 1
H. Graham, 1922 SW 8th Dr. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Har- I LOVELY SUITS
ry Dpncan. All members are requested to attend for an important WI : : j ... I
business,meeting. AIIftOUD ; :" by Susan Thomas, Butte-Knits Seaton Hall
''I00ISEIft <<:/ ';;x' ': 'J:< ".( : and others
I I./ :"f> N ./:') 17.99-69.95
DIANTHUS THI : Tx. ':9::
\ Dianthus will meet at the home of J. L. Kirkland Sr., 818 iimoit I'
NW 19th Ave. on March 26th at 9:30.: a.m. Mrs. W. B. Mizell
j Sr. and Mrs. Walter E. Krebs will co-hostess. "Bulbs for b,% R%>] 'v ': :?a. vr+y LOCv Mf.etiS; Ot REGENCY ROOM
Beauty" will be Mrs. L, S. Daniels topic.DOGWOOD rn y'Y !K?+:":<;yt ,
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t The.Dogwood Circle will meet at 3 p.m. at the home of '( The Ultimate in Fashion from the style leaders,
Mrs" J.; B. Carmichael, 609 SW 9th Street. Co-hostess will be ) of-a kind fashions
j;: :;; fvv. : mostly one- -
Mrs:M. W. Emmel. _
Mrs. Harold Gertner'will be the speaker. 39.95149.00LADIES'

FOUNDERS '. : tL1 I .K.' ,-

:' Founders will meet at the:home of Mrs. Charles K. Ham- 4' '( ;
mon, 309 NW 23rd Drive at 2 p.m. Assisting Mrs. Hammon ; 4. BLOUSES
.. will be Mrs. F. L. Swartz antf Mrs. Cliff Walden. Mrs. Archie n ":r For Easter Suits and Separates

( Carr will speak on the subject "Garden Club Members :"';' Nn' jy -' H -. : :: s Ruffles and lace, tucks and embroidery, elegant -
are good Conservationists".
:F yk/ + r"Y?>"" fabrics and feminine styling in white and
GARDENIA 44 ', ))) .,. 4 3 w.%:a<' Nil pastel colors. By famous Lady Arrow and
Gardenia Circle will mefct at 9:30: at the home of Mrs. ''
.; ? David Cofrin, 4810 NW 8th;:Ave. Co-hostess will be Mrs. "fir\Y:v fi. 3.99-10.99
I M. M. Lasley. The program will feature the Circle
Flower Show.MeIpbers .

are asked to bring containers, small pots, rib- ,. MEN'S SUITS
bone for corsages or anything pertaining to gardening to :
: assist Sunland Training Center in their Therapy program. .<' .. Sagners famous Peso Pluma, the world's lightest -
GERANIUM gin. suit with tailored in long lasting good looks,
-, The-Geranium 'CIrcle will meet at 8 p.m. at the home of x .py .. comfort ,
Mrs. J. H. Hintermister, Sr. Assisting Mrs. Hintermister 55.00
as hostess will be Mrs. R. M. Palmer and Mrs. J. B. Hodes. r
.. I w extra slacks ................................ 14.95
'Mrs:. Palmer will also present the program on How and
What to Grow in Gainesville. /

Jasper Joiner, associate professor of ornamental horti-
Van Huesen's New, absolutely) wash & wear
culture at the University of Florida, will speak to Gloriosaon 4<
absolutely No I Ironing, short sleeve white dress
the "Care of House Plants". The meeting, to be held at '.
shirt long lasting good looks with the
the home of Mrs. William Patton, 2223 SW 8th Drive will be- # k / least care.
gin at.9:45 a.m. Mrs. J. Bartlett Hydorn and Mrs. Roy N. .
Green will be 'co-hostesses. Lq i, 5.95
The Gladiolus Circle will meet at 10 a.m. at the home of '
: Mrs. Grant Edson, 2212 NW 15th Ave. with Mrs. Edward i / o GIRLS' DRESSES
Lackey, assisting. Each member is asked to please bring a
flower arrangement for the circles annual Flower Show. I .easy-care cottons and Dacron polyester
A HIBISCUS blends. One piecers, and jacket dresses in
The Hibiscus Circle will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the home of dainty pastels or clean-cut navy.
Mrs. Charles Simpson, 2225 NW 6th Place. Assisting the ,+ *DuPont's polyester fiber C.OO-1ft.OO
.. Sizes 3-6x&7-14 *
hostess will be Mrs. R. E. Giienther and Mrs. Allen Y. DeLan- :
ey.. The program, a book review, will be presented by Mrs. Slips ................................ 3. and 4.

Howard N. Miller. Handbags .......................... 1292.99

HYDRANGEAThe Toddlers Dresses ...................... 3.99

meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Peter Sirmo- Little boys suits ............................ 9.99
poulus, 536 NW 31st Ave., at 8 p.m. Each member will ;; --f.. ..
<9 bring plants to be auctioned. Mrs. Paul Frierson will act as Dress shirts ................................ 1.69
-- auctioneer as well as co-hostess JASMINE with Mrs. Sinnopoulus. LAST 6 DAYS TO REGISTER ;;:t;:::? ...f.-::. Ie

: Jasmine Circle will meet Tuesday the 24th at the home of J; .. ,
Mrs. Charles Morris at 704 SW 2nd Avenue. Mrs. Thomas FOR FREE DRESS. 0(0-:

Hicks will serve as cohostess.Mrs. /,...... i
.. Marvin Kokomoor will present an Interesting program ..
t 'on poisonous plants in and around the home. Members OUR ANNUAL SPRING DRESS FESTIVAL" :;
: are reminded that election of officers will follow the pro- '' :
The time of the Lotus Circle meeting to be held at the I COME IN AND REGISTER. NO OBLIGATION -. .'t. .. THE STORE WITH MORE :'
home of Mrs. Ralph Thomas, 1326 NW 11th Road, has been "t. GMNESYILU SHOPPING CENTER .y 1
.: 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ....
changed from afternoon to 9:45 in the morning. Mrs. Walter \
: Barfield and Mrs. William Hawkings will serve as co-hostess- DRESS WINNERS Wednesday, March 18 Thursday, March 19 Friday, March 19 ..* r i I
... Mary Tunstall Alda Moses Ruth Cappe" .,
.. Again the policy of having Circle members take turns it 1 I' '
presenting the program will be followed. Mrs. C. I. Hood, 2720 N.E. 12th St. 705 N.E. 10th Place 2037 N.E. 9th St. B-L CHARGE CENTRAL CHARGE LAYAWAY 1

Program chairman, will be the featured speaker and her top: ,

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;, 1iJ.Galaenllle .5.. Sunday,, March 22,, 1964T4 .

\' Freedoms DAR N Nassau Vacation Essay

:; -..:' Foundations Awards P St a a! JI/,.i! Contest cpARIc .% .

.. .uI44I 'e-' decrees,

ListedFive ,(.!e J I Held"The i s MANNEQUIN agrees:

: 7. Award Winner '1 I i I t

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high school girls have Foreign Student In .
! 1 Editor's Note With --- 1r \
( : spec :: f America-An
been chosen as recipients of Opportunity For -- i
I'Freedoors the annual Good Citizenship Friendship" is the title of this :.1:': \\-

I Awards made each year by year's essay contest, sponsored :-.+_.-- ,,t'\
i Forge, Valley Forge, Pa., a the Gainesville chapter of the by the Ladies Auxiliary ....
I prize winning essay, "An Op- of the Veterans of ...
Daughters of the American g Foreign : -' "
t pen Letter to American -- Revolution. Wars, Post %811.A ;I '-

II Youth," is reprinted today Those selected are: ::: :
illus letter, written by Margaret Miss Neville Laughon, $25 United States Sav- k'r__ 1
Bond is be -
ings to
White Boutelle, received Gainesville High School Miss given as 1
i ;
\ one of 23 awards given r r A Josephine Bryant, P. K. s the prize for the winning es ,

I ?< a -- "" -
j I Airs. Boutelle, a retired at Claudia Hughes, Hawthorne nounced April 5. ..- .
: Member of the University of )A .
High School Miss --
3)y ; Kay Mrs. Ethel Voss, contest '
i Florida College of Education Wright, Santa Fe High chairman, has distributed ov- I .
I Faculty has received ---
many School, and Miss Nancy Everett er 200 contest folders to .
I honors in the field of Eng- x ; :::::;:- .
Trenton School. > --
High schools in Alachua County. ..- ,
1i2b and Education daring: The five students were chosen -

j ]her.career as an outstanding sdv by the faculty and student Students in the ninth t $15.00 .:.=-
teacher.) tenth eleventh and twelfth
?sr / body of their various I .-
i i :| Aren't you proud to be an rhr schools for qualities of depen- grades were eligible to com- AAAA to B
American? Proud to live in a dability, leadership, service Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Weidler recently returned from a Nas- pete in this contest, which I

I Jand where you have the freedom Mrs. G. H. Boutelle and patriotism.Each sau cruise aboard the S. S. Bahama Star. The Weidlers saw the closed on March 15. I Block Patent

will receive a certifi- tourist spots in Nassau, shopped in Freeport shops, and went Mrs. W.
to Judges ,
: develop philosophy are Jerry
1 your pose. You will rise no higher cate from the society during nightclubbing while away.Now .Wild Fire Aniline Kid
of life and put into prac- Gaddum, Mrs. Stephen S.
f.. lice the standards that embody than this purpose. You may their graduation awards Conroy and Mrs. Clifford A. Gin Fizz Aniline Kid .
' not attain it, but you will be nights programs. \

1i\i this philosophy? greater because of your effort. Recognition pins will be Is Time To Store Cunningham.The city winner. will be eli

*- My special message to you "Not failure but low aim is presented to the quintet by gible for competition in the Pashionscoopithe

: is that you cherish this freedom crime." Mrs. Erhard Gustaf Peterson, state and national contests.Shrimp I

with all that it means chairman of the GainesvilleDAR Winter Clothes CarefullyBy shell!
,I both individual and With your striving to attain, Chapter's Good Citiz- { scooped-out
t Jo group \
integrity must walk hand in
welfare. To do this you will hand with your aim. Moral ens Committee to be at a special ALMA WARREN ments. The plastic may stainor Add The shoe that talks everybody's language...with! a' I

Seed to have a high standard soundness and honesty are meeting announced. Store your winter clothes melt into the fabric. To vary and stretch that omelet -I charming French accent! Mannequin fashIons'it of

oi conduct and purposes in essential if your standards for carefully now so they will be Clean Storage Area you can add canned shrimp. Imported aniline kidskin, inside and out.. .gives it
and .
i I Seeping with your ability astro- achieving these purposes are Slate in good condition next fall, Drain the shrimp, rinse them in seamless construction, besides! Step forth In its
terests. Are you an Miss Eizabeth Dickinson; Before storing your winter
to be worthy cold water and them be-
jnes. chop silhouette. love the it adds
striking you'll zing
; aaut in your standards? clothing and textiles specialist clothes, clean the storage area I ; way
fore add i n to the You
: "Hitch your wagon to a star," The best education possiblefor with the Florida Agricul- thoroughly. may wish to add g a little eggs.less salt : to Spring!

i advised Emerson. In this age you is needed to achieve Easter tural Extension Service. Anti-moth sprays help protest then usual to the eggs becausethe ".

.when the Universe is the textBook success individually and to do Store only clean garments.The storage areas. Store gar- shrimp will supply some. B-L SHOE DEPT.
I of scientists and astronauts your part in maintaining the longer you neglect spots ments in tightly-wrapped pa- I.

the meaning of this rich heritage of freedom be- and stains, the more stubborn per packages, airtight boxes Coal, oil and limestone -essentials -

statement, uttered long ago, queathed to you a freedom Egg HuntThe they become. Moths relish and chests and garment bags.If of steelmaking are I

ft :still pertinent to the life that we would desire to comet soiled clothes, too. you use a cedar chest, be all of fossil origin. Coal is the

I eC.each of )'ou. Wagons are a all oppressed people. Universiy of Florida Wash and dry thoroughlyall sure all garments are free of compressed remains of vege- e

Jlmost a thing of the past, Choose, under guidance, the Dames have slated their annu- washable garments. Don't moths. Cedar oil vapor kills table debris of swampy lands; ]
but the symbolism holds to- kind of learning that seems al Easter Egg Hunt for Satur- starch them. small moth larvae, but not oil, decomposed plants and ani- THE STORE WITH MORET
(day. Determine your purposej best for you and pursue it with day from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Let your dry cleaner handle older, bigger ones. mals from ancient sea basins;
j life. The worth of that pur- steadfastness and with dig- University Women's Club- other soiled garments. Point What about storing other limestone, an accumulation of LAY-AWAY I

t pose to you individually andI nity. Keeping an inquiring house, Newberry Road. Re- out spots and stains to him. winter clothes? the skeletons of marine inverte-

I ( > America depends on the mind in regard to people, ev freshments will be served. Be sure to mention any instructions Take your furs to a profes- brates. I

t I' standards that you set fort ents, and nature will open All youngsters from 2 to 6 for care given on sional cleaner. He will store

} rselves. Many of these many fascinating interests. years of age, who are childrenof the hang tags. It's a good them in vaults where the tem- ,

i IjaVe been developing through Loving-kindness to others students, faculty and s taff idea to keep a file of these perature is low. Summer heat ?a

childhood and early youth. and consideration with out of the University of Floridaare tags, with a notation to which in home closets is apt to dry

r Toll were, perhaps, a hero- condescension toward those invited to attend. garment each applies.Be out the skins. l
I Children will be divided in- sure garments are free Shoes and bags? Clean and
worshiper.. Well and good jf who differ.from you will find
I II you chose a noble hero! One important places as you de- to age groups to hunt eggs.A of moths. Brushing, sunning polish them. Wrap and storein
I registrationfee of 10 cents cleaning, and washing all rout boxes
t Q1 'the greatest influences in velop your standards. away from dust.
and an Easter basket for moths. Ferret
each out moths by Mildew attacks leather so be
; life is that of those whom we Conformity going with the
child is requested. thoroughly brushing pockets, there is of air circulating
sure plenty -
'i choose as patterns. Mere imitation crowd has no place in
your Prizes will be given the childin folds and seams. Brushing and where the leather
is not to be desired but
life when high principles must
I each group who finds the sunning gets rid of moth eggs goods are stored.
recognition of noble be sacrificed. Be indi-
qualities an most eggs and to those find- and larvae, which do the dam- Hats, too, call for special at-
traits of character, and vidualist at that time. The 1
ing special "prize"
eggs. tention. Brush them thoroughly. -
the-wish to achieve such, can crowd cannot rescue you in Co for age.Do ae 3Mr
sponsors the event not use plastic hangers. Fill the crowns with wad-
be great assets. trouble. Popularity when purchased :- are the Education Dames '
and Remove plastic buttons, buck- ded tissue paper. Add a moth : T
:Your hero may not be successful at the expense of prin- the Arts and Science Dames les or any other plastic orna- preventive to the boxes you

: in the eyes of the financial ciple will soon bring its own groups. ments before storing gar- store them in.
world, yet what greateKTfribute downfall. Freedom of conduct I. I
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: can be paid to a does not mean license to do

friend, a neighbor, or any that which would bring harm .> $ :a\Y' :... .
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citizen than to have it said of emotionally or physically to
with vv. If*x m>f>\***w14f ,
hjm, "He is a good man," or yourself or others.A ;
ilis word is as good as his deepening sense of spirit- ?'d'. ); \'- : -S F ".."r@. arti ;,a,
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b"bnd. Financial success asi ual values will give stabilityand ; ; }

I pertains to providing a an anchor at all times ';it at r: : ia'w:):yaq.r ; :.a a\.,'n ; ..8: .ir:;)Yet \'; I

comfortable home for self but especially in times of

and family, education for children stress and sorrow. .. Vision Nylons-Exactly Right for Easter! ,
needed recreation, and Don't neglect a sense of $L'a 'rtt'ar t
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for .oth- humor. A good laugh ) + K-y.; \\,*4; r .r, .
opportunities helping can save L .n \ 2ti::Y> } a; +'r\ ) 1.
\ ejs is a worthy ambition for many a delicate situation. Get Blossom forth this spring and parade -Vision

3 any good man, even though into the out-of-doors often and 0r ::5. A ; '+FSi C,.. spring-sheer hosiery. Choose from flatteringfull
I' tie may not always attain this. learn some of Nature's marvelous ', .
.P.; *
:Whatever your purpose in secrets. This can be fashioned or seamless styles designed

We is, the star represents theffeight fun. I know because I have and proportioned perfectly for you. See the'variety of Vision's y

or loftiness of that pur- found it so.
C.t .'' tempting colors for Easter and Spring ensembles.
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Ii I ;. -I I; Horse Show Enthusiasts : :; ,-H. !:! L' HINTS from HELOISE jij jijBy ,''iJ'iJT

...- '.: .- .--- ;-:-- ; .;;: ;,. HELOISE CRUSE them. Just dip up a spoonful of we would always have a mirror, DEAR HELOISE: '

i DEAR HELOISE: mayonnaise and smear it on in the kitchen too! I 1

:: i'f "' .. tw !'k Have you ever "parked" a the stuck paper. When the paper RUTH KALEIKIN1 For years I have been using

threaded needle through the gets oily use a cloth and mending tape on thin places and
thread on the spool you 'were wipe it off. Repeat if neces- holes in sheets, pillow cases,

f, .1A IM t'rlr just using? rye DEAR HELOISE: towels and also on socks. This
Stop! LOVE HELOISE When my '''vacuum cleaner saves darning. Put this on as

I This is why thread sometimes hose sounds as if it had too soon as the heel or toe starts to

I Illr..r t I breaks right in the mid7dle much to eat, and before it becomes wear thin.

DEAR HELOISE: tightly plugged, I switch I also sew mending tape.w on

I2- h After wishing manufacturers Did you know that you could the end of the hose around to the garment before re-sewing..or

F aa I would build miniature' pin cush- buy terry cloth by the yard and the intake hole. I sewing on buttons in order to

1, 4t __ ions in the bole in my spools make one yard cotton terrycloth The direction of air is changedin reinforce it.MRS.. .?.
} the hose and I have needto
'.ar i of thread I discovered already no
3i and make
it r I lying around the wonderful squares bath towels for toddlers I. worry about flying dust as it I r GUY McAUSTERBe

t ; house ? all goes into the machine. j
j I If the vacuum still refuses to
You know those little stub-
1 I They are easier to modern with
wrap:swallow I cover the end of the;
\ &" .. bins of pencils we never seem around the little ones than the minute
.1 d to part with? Just stick one conventional shaped bath towel.i hose with my hand for a

.1I I _i 1 : through the hole in the end of Sometimes can buy terry and then let a marble fly; .
you :
through it. It works time
your spool of thread. The eraser cloth remnants on sale two every

I), i .kii 1: (no matter how worn down yards for a dollar. I only hem and cleans out the hose. I
I also find it to check
Iv : pays
w even to the top) will bold the cut edges and I'm in busi- '
.r through the dirt before'
your needle and several pins. pile
..itl The pencil will also control ness.MRS.. W. E. LeVASSEUR burning what the vacuum pick-''

the loose end of the thread. ed up. All too often I have found: 'T JUST

Lay the thread across the hole, a missing sock, not to mention!
r the button which belongs on a r7J// PUSH
then insert the short-short pen DEAR HELOISE: I
4yY cil in the hole in the spool.Or I I use hydrogen peroxide to remove certain shirt READER I / BUTTON

the eraser can be remove scorches and other stainson I TO CLEAN
r' ed from that pencil with a pairof colored clothes where'house .

( It pliers and inserted in the hold bleach cannot be used. By golly! It works! Reters- 1

a 4 s. hole in the spooL Great for I Always test it on a hidden spot ersing the hose, that is. Bat MATHEWS
., 0f / needles. 'first to be sure your material is I still didn't find my missing PLUMBING CO.
ARDILLAIt color-fast. Works like a charm. earring. 2327 ME 19 h Drive
works! You angel SANDY SMITH HELOISE ; FR 65221Spring's
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I I HELOISE I I Latest Enchantment

I DEAR HELOISE: Why do people keep vitamin'
fort he Mrs. R. M. Davis Jr., above was one of Gainesville
many A friend of mine washes all pills and other often used pills
members of the Alachua County Riding Association assisting in the bathroom II :Io
of the new blue jeans before ? :e
with the three-day Horse Show held at the show grounds I
j on they are worn with all the old We keep ours in the kitchen _
> the Waldo Road. !Mrs. Davis is corresponding secretary of the ,
jeans thus using the excess die where we can see them as a!
association. Shown at the left above are, Miss Martha Gibson
t in the new ones to give the constant reminder and a water: ,
and Bill Price, spectators, pictured during the initial show
'P old jeans a lift glass is within easy reach. If
Thursday afternoon. Final event of this
\ twenty-second annual BETTY we did not rent I would puta /
show was the Awards Breakfast at the Holiday inn following 1y
medicine cabinet with mir a ;
last night's show. a ,. ...;
I DEAR HELOISE: ror in our own kitchen! This

to" (ii.i I grind up my little soap would not only solve the problem .i r..i .

;'.., ; pieces and use them to wash of the immediate needs, but
,. .
..-. ;. Bridge Club hand towels. Sure makes them
-.' 'r. small good. Most bar soap is Calling All Homemakers

f perfumed! I by Bob OakleyIMAGINATION
Keep a small rug under feed-

I ing dishes for cats and dogs: AND COURAGEARE I
Ij j NotesBy and this will save splashingand NEEDEDIN

messing up your kitchen/
i j jI jr floor. The rug is easier to wash: .
than a floor is to re-polish. I .1
4r; JOHN E. CRAPS match points followed by When
A READER i someone
i Mx Mrs. W. E. Baringer and Ian Mrs. W. D. Macdonald and # #0/ asks me
Van A. with I' ?b... '1.jj'\ "What are the
T. Gilson were the North-South May 129. Mrs.H. DEAR HELOISE !
I : main rules in )
winners in the Wednesday evening D. Putnam and Mrs. C. I. I have found a way to cut I ""..;v :: '*t d e c o rating a
r i RQ TATTLE Harding tied with D. W. Bow- "
TALE tournament of the Gain- material home? rve
perfectly straight, especially -
f jt esville Bridge Club at the man and R. A. Bennett for them this answer -
the hard tohandletype
,t t f \ '. A ; Holiday Inn with 123% match third and fourth places with of cloth. I : ,

i' .: f 1 points. There were nine tablesin day evening. Earl Phillipsand Just open the partition in, The simpleingredients
: \ and the the writer tied with Mrs.D. are
a : j play
average your kitchen table a fraction of]!, Bob Oakley i magi i nation, ,
.. 108. R. Frazier and S. L. Williams < ;
fir score for all pairs was .
f xM an inch where the extra leaf i courage and good taste. I
\ Mrs. R. W. Bryan and R. for first and second fits in, and lay your matrial: In decorating your home
t H. Harms were close run- places in the North-South dir- across this. Let your scissors remember you are expressingyour
116%. i own personality. And you
... t ners-up with 121. Mrs. E. The club will meet againat slide along the "opening" and! should certainly consider your The lovely new Designs for Incomers by Macshore .
-. \ N. Edris and Mrs. Jules thus you have a perfectly I own basic likes and dislikes. These blouses in easy washing smooth-drying Arnel
Wetekamm took third place p. m. Monday even- You can do a beautiful job in
straight cut clear across the crepe will see you through the spring and into sum
ing at the Recreation Cen- different and styles. .
with 120 and Mrs. H. L. Bre- many ways
Look material.If / with fashion aplomb:
.... mer
: I: Kirk- ter. For master point night One .etice' trend today .
land and Mrs. E. C. I
the cloth is thin and the,,
is to mix periods woods and
land were fourth with l1S!&. visiting pairs are invited. slippery kind, just tape the ends finishes >o it is not difficult to MACSHORE CLA&ICS a

Mrs. R. J. Williams and By RALPH H. BLODGETT of it to the table. assemble' the things you like.
; \i'1 Mrs. C. W. Beasley led the I always say that money will Overblouse beauty
This is especially good when Bouquet print: $498 : $498
East West field with 132 University City BridgeClub never take the place of good Green, pink blue. Blue, pink, white. .
t.- held its fractional master making curtains, etc. taste and 4))I of us have seen 30 to 36 301o36
i. homes furnished shoe ...,
L. s. on a
from the t tI VIRGINIA BOLES point game at the Univer- string that could win a prizein See Libbye's other lovely spring blouses
extendsTO sity Faculty Club on Mon- decorating shows.So in many styles and colors. Think first ...
I ection. R. W. Jones and Dr. DEAR HELOISE: regardless of your budget of Libbye's for blouses, separates, 2 f!
anklesdown I R. I. Johnson were third. My husband laid a magazine: you can furnish with the your home attractively and 3 piece suits ond dresses. .,.
t exact pieces
wat """ '-' Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kras- on top of my hardwood coffee I you need and like. ... '
T tin showed the way to all the table and there was some' And l, don't be afraid to express Use Central Charge or LayawoyLIBBYE'S..( !f: I
i' East-West pairs by a good moisture under it. It s t u c t.1 your imagination! ..d. '
I 11 EVERY ONE When you do need assistance -
margin. Dan Roberts and Dr. What can I do? I'm afraid to
'f' .. We have a large Collection fromhich in selecting any pieces of
EASTER SPECIAL C. W. Banks were second, try sandpaper, and my finger furniture; ve can help you

to choose!Upper 1 arc shiny smooth I and Mrs. M. Herget and Mrs. nail and the kitchen knife won't, pick the things you wont : :
at the price -
take it off. you can af
COLD WAVE R. Putnam were third ford. Our decorators are trained

.linings arc soler than ever before. i Wednesday was master HOUSEWIFE'I I with this principle in mind at NEXT TO FLORIDA THEATRE .
point night at Weed Hall, and DEAR HOMEMAKER: I all times. HOME BEAUTIFUL II.
use sandpaper' a
$1499 750 W. A. Clark and Arnold Kras- Main St.
I tin captured the coveted mas- kitchen knife to remove this I
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L. ;;; ter point in the North-South type of stuck paper.
..,.. Take salad oil (from
r r mar= r-_ direction. Mrs. Leon Garrard some
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rr- -l= Includes and E. E. in kitchen cabinet) and satur-
6 Phillips your
I ::' J' :== .a; __ ,::.: .:=: I came I
r :' .r. second, and Harry Board. ate a piece of cotton with the
_i'4 war 'FTu Jl air.r..rr.ua ; 4'" Haircut Shampoo man and the writer took oil. Lay the cotton on top of :
-- -- .- I SetEVENING third place. the stuck paper. Leave it 24

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Roberts hours. The next day wipe it I

aa r.aYaat.ea..e Laa .a.aa HOURSBY outscored the other East with a soft cloth. May take '

I APPOINTMENT West pairs to go home one more than one application.Lots I' THE STORE WITH MORE

.U' master point richer. Second of people who do not: SHE '
I: PHONE 372-1575 : went to Mrs. Arnold Krastin keep salad oil in their homes'

To serve theIr readi-s and advertisers better HOUSE of BEAUTY and Mrs. Genevieve Stern, use mayonnaiseand! yes, it I SHOE

newspapers in recent tars have invested more than 2300 NW 6th St. .t 23rd Blvd. I and third to Mrs. R. W. Jones works. I do not recommend, : ; tAN9suK ,>3+
$700 million in new plans and equipment. I and Dr. R. I. Johnson. mayonnaise for some types of. Look tj

The club will meet tomor- wood, but it works on most of ,

row evening at 7:30 at the who's '
I University Faculty Club on y

I! J3I S Newberry Road, and on Wed- Select your new .t

nesday at 7:45 p.m. at Weed SPRING FABRI al leadingthe

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8B Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 22, 1964

< :. ChurchI fc x 4k Hints from HELOISEDEAR

HELOISE: chicken-fried steak. Then;, all
i CirclesMONDAY : aMw ? I use my old nylon hose to that has to be done is to
tie or stake dahlias, gladiolas, throw the plastic wrapping. in
...- etc. The hose are soft and do the garbage. e 1
/ BY not cut into the stalks.MAURINE. HELOISE

:- Highlands \ SMITH Those little magnet cup e

Presbyterian Church \\s \ OSEPHINELOWWAN Listen, ladies, when you hooks that can be bought 'at

take a frozen pound of ham- dime store (and are
10 a.m., Circles 1 and 2, your ordinarily
a burger or a slab of meat used to
) hang ti
Mrs. Cliff Walden, 1446 NE L 4, ; :t wrapped in plastic out of metal cabinets) are wonderfuf cups

22nd Avenue. > your deep freeze, instead of to use in your metal bathroom
JlllllklBlll8lKlIJIBIIRv! Am '"
8 p.m., Circle 4, Mrs. Louise .1 ruining a fingernail trying to medicine cabinet! The'
: Masterson, 1305 NE 12th Consider Your Neighbor open it or grabbing a knife stick to the walls of the cabinet -
Street and cutting the plastic open, :
just try running the package
a One these hooks
TUESDAY } under,, the hot water faucet hang your
When You Make Noises for a few seconds. fingernail i scissors, your
Highlands : tweezers, nippers, etc.
Presbyterian Church Since spring is here and sum- Please print my letter becausemy I The plastic opens perfectly If the hooks are bent a little
mer near, the following letter husband just might read as if it had never been bit, they will hold your .
8 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. Jerry .seems appropriate. It came recently -your answer and wise up." sealed. It then may be laid husband's razor, extra tooth-
Sheffield, 1040 NE 9th Street; on your drainboard and used brushes etc. and those
from a reader and says: I think that a lot of peopledo get : '
Circle 5, Mrs. Jack Austin, "Not long ago you wrote about not realize how much they .if;. later to make your hamburger out of the way. This makes
1218 NW 44th Avenue.. noise and how it can exhaustone. impose on others. Of course '"< ._ patties on, or to pour for nice clean bathroom cab-

I My husband is doing that some of them just do not care And Now To SleepComplete ; flour on for dipping that inets.

Jewelry goes back to nature to me. Every summer he takes about anything but their own I I BOY WONDER
with a difference. Paris spring the radio out into the yard. He personal pleasure and comfort.. relaxation-and the right kind of mat
collections showed less of it, plays it so loudly that even the However I think that the majority tress-will help you get your required seven to eight Everything For The. Thes\ handsome shoes are a .iI

leaving more natural areas ex neighbors complain. of folks are just thoughtless. hours of sleep each night.of unique\combination of boy-righ t
posed. What is used takes its designs "This doesn't bother him, butI They do not stop to thinkof I
motifs from nature. Flowers am so embarrassed. He is anyone else. day and night, children's noises -the living room. He listened to II styling \nd boy.proof construc-

and beetles on enameled ruining my nerves and the Consider the person who takes too early in the morning or sports and variety programs tion. We -It them with the same

brooches, for instance, were al.cuing nerves of our neighbors. Last three or four of the newest magazines at ions nap-time blaring, radios constantly and are televis-all while he did his gardening. It I 1 > r -of he-family care with
.. at the Houses of Lanvin summer was bedlam! I just hateto with her when she sits was unbearable weekend after
.. real burdens for a neighbor if I which they're made;
and Cardin. around! under the at
see summer come dryer a beauty weekend. Finally husband
not for the culprit's family. my
salon. Think of the who
t one p
treated him to a bit of mild sarcasm l-
parks> her car at such a slant Every home must have some
freedom. We cannot always be and he took the hint. +
rf that it occupies the space which
... could have been used by three considerate of our neighbors. I One afternoon my husband
cars, in a limited parking area. am quite sure that at times we .., .
telephoned the radio addict and I
Consider the person who slams have been too noisy for the com +;
ea. ter his hotel room door at 7:30 a.m., fort of ours. But, it is the day said"Would you mind turning
never thinking that someone by day habit, the continual noise your radio up a bit? We are way I

". .. Thoughtfulnep* I might wish to sleep later than that irritates and tires. Some over on the other side of our I
he.The people have actually had to give house and we missed that last I
.. ... question of noise can be up homes they loved because of joke. t
.,. ,II. truly serious. It can make sleep inconsiderate neighbors.
...on .:- "'." impossible, lead to exhaustionand Many years ago my husband If we were all conscious of the Ij I

U Easter holds a special irritability, and therefore and I had a neighbor down the damaging and irritating effectof j
message for each injure health and happiness. block who took his radio out in constant noise we would be
of us.And you 11 find Studies have shown that we are the yard every weekend during more considerate of those who I See our hats that dareto

the Easter messageyou much more damaged by noise spring and summer. He turnedit live near us. be hats, gorgeous colors ,
want to send in than we realize. on so loudly that it almost
the beautiful and Dogs that bark at all times bumped us out of our chairs in Our Easter Collectionis
expressive range of I
- Hallmark Easter Advertisement) The French and Americans 1 CompleteDresses
tL cards. Compliment may disagree on NATO and I
d'. your friends and 'A Catch in the Back' China, but they do agree on and Suits by Nantucket aturals Justin Mc- Priced According

your own good taste legs. They like them. In fact, Carty, Gay Gibson, Serbin Millinery and accessories To Size. .
with beautiful. Off all over the world men like to 5.9811.98BL
Wearing with a feminine and fanciful flair especially
it a Hallmark Easter ogle long, pretty legs, whichare collected for this spring's beautiful outfits see SHOE DEPT.
cards When you p By DR. M. F. WEAVER accentuated by short skirts, them all at .
care enough to send open shoes high heels and,
the best." You just can't wear off a rheumatic pain
very most important, stockings. 8ei
any more than you can expect a car frameto Pf
.' straighten out by itself after an accident. Leg covering is vital. White I CAN IIII E!
Falls, jars, or twists may cause the bonesin
1 your back to slip slightly out of place and lace and plaid stockings are the THE STORE WITH MORE
\ J irritate the nerve passing out between them. rage among chic young Conti.I West Ave. Use Central Charge Use Your Charg
This is the basic cause of pains through the nentals.
f Dr. M. F. Weaver lower back and hips. __ ,

The irritation in the nerves is always present, but the pain becomes .
noticeable when there is an alteration in the blood when weather
changes, colds, flu, or some infection in the body. A slight injury may ** **
also affect the already sick nerve. SEALTEST..ma/res the difference !

THE STORE WITH MORE Unless the body misalignments are corrected by Chiropractic adjust-
GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ments or an accidental adjustments, the condition may progress into
.. 1302 sciatica, various forms of paralysis or some organic disturbance, even
M .. NORTH MAIN STREET though the pain may not be present constantly to warn you.
Chiropractic care has been very effective in the treatment of slipped
or ruptured disks. A brief preliminary examination can determine if
you ore a Chiropractic case.



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Sunday, March 22, 1964 Gainesville Sun91

N. Central The first "automobile" ad of all time appeared in
: Churches Baptist the Philadelphia Gazette in 1805. Today, the auto industry -
;: Ready invests more advertising money in news-

.. papers than in any other medium.
Slates The American public spends 400,000,000 hours a I

t't'f'or'![ Holy Week Worship Training Union WorkshopA Work' workship. Local Baptist .week reading its daily newspapers. .

. shop is scheduled for North churches are invited to send .

-.....- Center Baptist Church tomor10 their leadership. M

.I ;'y., r *. duled age-graded each tightThe conferences sche- Gethsemane

I First Lut;heran Services Holy Week 7 o'clock conferences each evening will ,beginat ac- Lutheran ;' ::

I cording to Training Union Dir- -

Revivals SetByNazarenes ector Byron Salter. Awards BidThe \ & .. .-.....
To Inclui le Confirmation Miss Elizabeth Painter, for '
: nine years elementary director \AL-g
I for the Florida Baptist Con- construction contract for .r..::

1 Holy Week services at First vention, will be in charge of the first unit of Gethsemane -
Lutheran Church begin with the The three Nazarene churchesof primary leadership with Mrs.. Lutheran Church on a six-acre: ::
; Palm Sunday service this morn- (! afne5ui1k &Utt the city will be conducting Inez Boxwell leading the prim!site on 23rd Boulevard was I
revival services each evening ary children. awarded to the Arnold & Wright,
ing at 11 o'clock, when the Rite 0ij1$1
of Confirmation will be ob- during Holy Week, beginning Mrs. W. Dunagan of Starke, Inc., Builders, at the openingof It ..
today with Palm bids last Wednesday.The j -
served.. Sunday and will direct nursery-beginn e r
I Ii RELIGIONChurch continuing through Easter. leadership, with Mrs. Pat building committeee Is .
i Young people receiving the The services will begin at Bean and Mrs. Betty Jordan composed of Henry Hinkley, \
rite will be Ricky Elkins, Nancy! 7:30 each eveing with the pastorof leading nursery-beginner chil- James Stanley, Albert Flage,I ... )
t Stahmann, Seidel JoAnneWeaver Edgar Gregory and Paul
Harvey each church delivering the:dren.
: all of Gainesville : Thompson, and archi-
Directory Page lOB message to his congregation. Directing junior serving as
Carl and James Clegg of Citra, Special music will be providedby be Miss Roumelle leadershipwill Bowenof tect is Harry C. Merritt, Jr. ,.
and Barbara Merke of Lake, members of each church. Tallahassee, with Mrs. Walter Presently the pastor, the Rev.N. .
City. They have completed two E. Kieffer, is conducting ser- '
commemorating the last night "Woe Unto Them Who Forsake The 102 Nazarene churches in. Matthews leading those vices .;
years of study and Friday they the Florida District, which extends children. each Sunday in the Met-
took a public exam before the that Christ spent with his dis calfe Elementary SchooL
I At the 7:45 Good Friday : from Tallahassee to Key Rev. Darryl Murray will
elders and congregation mem-:ciples and his institution of the p.m. The first unit of the new I
service the Rev. Besalski will West, will all join in holding the lead both intermediate lead-
( bers. Upon confirmation they Lord's Supper, the confirmationclass simultaneous church will comprise a worship I walking is the newest
: speak on "The Substitute for ers youth in their study and I
L: will become communicant members will receive their first com- Sin." this week. This year makes 50 Rev. William will lead'unit, three class rooms, a pas-
of the church, and each munion. Crosby tor's office, mechanical
of the Church of the Na in the world.
Special music will be presented years the young people and their thing
will receive a copy of "The Lutheran storage spaces.Groundbreaking .
The Rev. Besalski will deliverthe by Miss Marianne Forsman. zarene in Florida, with the de leadership in conferences. I
Book of Prayer" as a I At all of these services the nomination's first church being Leading the adult confer for the new the
Maundy ,
gift from the church. Thursday sermon church will be held during April. I right shoe is the
I"Three Things to Remember,"I church nursery will be open for organized in Miami in 1914. ences will be Rev. John An-

The Rev. Robert BesaIski, and Miss Martha Wirth will sing I those desiring to use it. I The local churches participating des.Child Home Is Home I most
important. :
pastor, will confirm the class in the revival are First care rooms will be .
and will deliver the sermon, Church of the Nazarene at 312. available for children under seven LONDON AP) -Prime Minister That's
"Hold Fast." During the service Mitchell to PreachAt SE First Ave., Trinity Church while their parents attend Sir Alec Douglas-Home why Stride Rite makes so many kinds of
baby shoes,to fit the of baby needs.:JOur
of the Nazarene range
the junior choir, directed by at 926 NW 31st the workshop. returned to London Saturday
Miss Martha Wirth, will sing "A Ave. and University Avenue pastor, said pre-enrollment for from a two-day visit to Nigeria. fitters are specially trained to match the "'ghtshoe
King in His Glory." Church of the Nazarene at 3545 Rev. N. B. Langford, host Main purpose of his visit, to your baby's weight and gait -exa tfy.

On Maundy Thursday a Holy Sunrise Service W. University Avenue. the conferences has been goingon said Sir Alec, was to tightenthe
Communion service will be held The general public is invitedto for three weeks and a large bonds of the British Com

at 7:45: p.m. At this ; attend the services. attendance is expected at the. monwealth.

serViCe'j I This year's Easter Sunrise at 425 W. Univ. Ave. I

I r--& service will be held next Sundayat In the announcement the Mi- Episcopals Slate Services

I I 6 a.m. at Florida Field, the nisterial Association urged that
I "I want to I I Gainesville Ministerial Association -Gainesville residents and visit- --

II I see America I II I has announced.The programs ors participate of their in the churches.Holy Week The city's three Episcopalplace during Holy Week. Tuesday at 5:30 p.m., Wednes-! i
I Churches have scheduled, be- Holy Trinity at 110 NE First
day at both 10 a.m. and '5:30
Rev. Thomas Mitchell, of
I close-up I I.I : "While various churches are sides the Good Friday servicesSt., plans five Holy Coma ,
the First Methodist Church, will p.m., and Thursday at 8 p.m.
,,.I I having programs involving only number of services to takemunion services: Monday and
'It at this annual
preach community Communion at the Chapel of
f their own congregations, saida \1
observance sponsored by spokesman for the association, Methodist Two Holy Week the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. THE SHOE THAT UNDERSTANDS CHILDREN.
the Association.The Ave., will take place Mondayat
"there are certain services opento
group also instructed that all. Among these are Good Choir noon, Tuesday at 7 a. m., \ Priced According To Size
to Sing Programs ByPresbyterians at 5 and
i in case of bad weather the Eas- Friday services at the First Baptist Wednesday' p.m., 59811.98
} ter service will be held in the Church and at the Holy Trinity Thursday at noon. Also plan- B-L SHOE DEPT. :
I Cantata Tonite ned at the. is Com-
i First Baptist Church sanctuary : Episcopal Church." Chapel Holy
i munion and the Easter can- .. .C .
Tonight the Chancel Choir of tata, "On the Passion of ...... ..
.1 i iL Choirs Join for ProgramThe the First Methodist Church will I Grace In preparation Presbyterian for Church Easter at, Christ," on Thursday night at I ..'... i'

; :< '. ..', 'li present a cantata, "On the Passion 3146 NW 13th St., will offer two 8 o'clock.St. I
annual Easter musical rection of William G. Spauld. Michael's Episcopal at
: JI of Christ, by David Will special Holy Week services. I
i 2180 Milhopper Road, will hold
that's I I I program by the combined lag, will portray musically the iams. : The choir, directed by Mrs.C. held
why : Holy Communion Thurs-
I choirs of the Parkview Baptist trial, crucifixion, and resurrection Dawson Zeigler, will pres-
day night at 8 o'clock.On .
I The cantata Is a musical setting
I m otnt I : Church will be presentedat I of Jesus Christ. Accompan ent a program of sacred mus- Easter Sunday the
: g I I of the account of the crucifixion i ic Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. the Holy THE STORE WITH
7:45 this evening.In fists will be Miss Cathy Leath Communion will be celebratedat
t Greyhound I according to St. Matthew choral selections will include GAINESVILLE
I I I I the absence of the pastor, erbarrow, organist and Mrs. E and is divided into three "Surely" from "The Messiah"by Holy Trinity and the Chap- CENTERHOURS
I to New York A. Basdekian, sections i ter of the Incarnation at both
I pianist. Frederic Handel.
I I Rev. V. Miles Patterson, who The Last Supper, the Be-. 7:30, 9:30 and 11 a.m. At St.
I Harriet Brask will be
I featured
will be engaged in a revival in _,_.Wo'.T'' .
and theWorld's trayal and the Crucifixion. I Michael's the Communion will
I I r soloist and Mrs. Kurt Buerger,
Mayo, the message will be giv- will !be offered at 8, 9.30 and 11:15 : 10 A.M.-9 P.M. Use Your Charge;
organist selections
Fair!"I en by David Harms. More copies of the Boy Scout Soloists for the cantata are present -a.m.
from J. S.'Bach.
Melville Laite, tenor and Dr.I
I I Directing the two children's Handbook have been printed in Dr. Gene Dunnam, baritone. Also planned is a Maundy!
Greyhound makes getting I choirs will be Mr. and Mrs. the United States than another y Thursday Communion Serviceon
Mrs. Taylor H. Kirby will
there vacation in
I a itself. Richard Usher, primarygroup book the Holy Bi Thursday evening at 8.
I except
the choir which Is !

You relax in air-condi and Mrs. E. A. Basdekian ble. Some 20 million copies o f the direction of Mrs. E. Ruf- This program, including scripture
tioned and
comfort, sightsee
scenic America- juniors. the handbook have been printed. fin Jones. will,conclude hymns and with the meditations celebra, JUST ARRIVED! .:

The adult choir .
under the di
through picture windows. This Holy Week service will tion of the Lord's Supper. The
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j-: : Church Directory : I Activi-ties At THIS IS SELF-PROPELLED \


I : (+h,1 Ml NB l6lh Ave.t services! ENGINE
.; -1ldvent Churches Church ol ChrUU 203 ;NW14th
: St, sen'1<<'s at 11 a.m\ ifol l fttth\. end 7:30: p.m. Our Townfi BIG 22-INCH CUT
Zidfrglir.Christian Church, 617 6:30 pjn. tcnt+|aha Presbyter im i- Student Recital:I

rot Est-St., services at 11 a.m. Northeast Church cl ti\M\ l \ Church, Archer Road past I fancy Call, organist, University ONLY
jj --_ 418 E. Univ. Aw., HIMe, Uhty> Me\iK'>a\\ Center, service at 11 ,Auditorium, 3 p.m. I .._"n.l w\vk

aDc1:1-.( :M_ .m. at 10 ajn., servkcj at U &\\t a.ht. Monday Golf: Florida versus By JEAN CARVER

31 J41b&g er Memorial Advent- and 6 pjn.Thirtyninth. Quakers Georgia Tech, Florida Golf For a few brief minutes the down u.s. 27 south of Leesburg AllS

Ctt n,19th St. at 45th Ave., I Course, 11 a.m. other day, Patrick Kelly took perhaps to Lake Wales' Bok $56 MowersServiced
: Avenue! Church Uellgious' Society of Friends,
sd\e: at 11 a.m. and 7:30 of Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., 19:1 NW 2nd Ave., service at -Lecture: Professor Irving me home. Tower or Winter Haven's Cypress with gas
Gardens.If and
of oil
p services at 9 ajn. and *t.rAlllance Churches p. m. I Unttarlan-Unlvcrsalist peare Criticism," McCarty Hall citrus blossoms in the Tampa this is out of the question \ Yse.I .

'f'w: !.Alliance, 11 am, wor-' University Avenue Church of I Unitarian Unlvorsalist Fellowship ) .Auditorium, 8 p.m. Tribune and the more I .read, how about: j
shlp::;IBishop Jr. High, 1901 Christ, 639 E. Univ. Ave., services no. 1:01 NW 10th Ave., -Fine Arts Committee: Vince the more wistful I became.Mr. tHandle
at 11 and 6:30 Martin[ and Fred Kelly is a writer with the -south along U.S. 441 toward
NE 9t! -St., 7:30 p.m. service. at637323st am : pm Sunday school and services Neal, Folk-
Ave. Church Of Uoa both at 11 a.m.AREA singers, University Auditorium, enviable ability to make you Ocala to the groves near Lake
8:15 think you're listening instead Wauburga ? + "' 3 H.P. 22"
Church of God, Hawthorne p.m.Tuesday
GodIrst'1membly Controls'C
of reading. He's a storyteller
of God, one and Road and Third Ave., servicesat Golf: Florida ver-' tour of the University of
11 and 7:30 Baptist sus Georgia Tech, Florida Golf who types, not talks, to
hJilf mile west of Haw- ajn. pjn. Florida gardens just beyond the w d>
Archer Baptist Church, Archer Course, 11 a.m. his audience.Here's
thorn services at 11 am. and EpiscopalEpiscopal his University Hospital off the Ar-
services at 11 a. m. and 8 -Concert: Combined Mens' how he began story cher Road? :
7pmr Center, Chapel of and Womens' Glee Clubs, Guy about spring:
the Incarnation 1522 W. Univ. today is the driving through the older
p.m.Eliam B. Webb, conductor, University "Mathematically, I
:=; Baptist
Ave. Baptist Church, Mel- it is parts of Gainesville, especially
425 W. Univ. Holy Communion at 8 Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. first day of spring, but a :
yirst services at 11 a.m. and ajn., morning prayer at 11 rose, worship services at 11 Wednesday Twilight Concert day that was in Florida. along Boulevard's Duck Ponda ? ,
Av .,- I ajn. First Sunday, Holy Com'ajn. and 7:30 p.m. : Combined Symphonic and "Though officially a calendar really adventuresome trip
7:30 p.m.Calvary munion at 11 ajn. I 1964 has down the new path on the western -
Church, SE I First Baptist Church of Mic- Concert Bands, Richard W.' day early, spring, ,
Baptist at 11 a.m.1 Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St., anopy, services at 11 a.m. and Bowles and Conrad Bauschka,!been> fragrantly and spectacularly edge of the Millhopper Lifetime 20" CUT
15th St., services Holy Communion at 8 ajn. 7:30 conductors, Plaza of the Americas preceded in this state bya northwest of town along countless guaranteed 4 cycle 5 95
and 7:30 p.m. I p.m.Williston the like waterfalls to the edge of the steel base 22 H.P.
morning prayer at 9:30 and 11. Baptist Church, ser 6:45 p.m.Florida shock bloom of citrus
Carol Estates Baptist rirsi Sunday Communionat of which has never been seen. pond in the bottom of the fa-
Holy vices at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. I Players Production: WE SERVICE AND REPAIR ALL MOWERS
Church, 1428 NE 20th Place 8, 9:30 and 11. Methodist "The Great God Brown," Nor- "Florida's spring beganas mous sinkhole (but wear old

services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 St. Michael's, 2180 MilhopperRoad Alachua Methodist SE 1st man Hall Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. usual several weeks ago' shoes, it's muddy)? I C. B. BOHANNON JR.

pm Holy Communion at 8:30: St., service at 11 a.m. Thursday Tennis: Florida when balmy, sun warmed. A simultaneously spectatcular ,
Old Fashioned Missionary ajn; family service at 9:30; Melrose Methodist, services at versus Georgia Tech, Varsity days and cool, moonlit nights: spring is too short lived.
Baptist Mission, at corner of morning prayer at 11 ajn. on 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Court, 2:30 pjn. conspired to call to life the profusion Easy TermsS.
NW-'ih.J St. and 34th Place, service 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Com Orange Creek Methodist, US- -Florida Players Production: of plant and tree life indigenous Critic Who E. 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR .2-9561

at'11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. munion on 2nd and 4th Sundays. 301 north of Hawthorne, service; "The Great God Brown" Nor- to this area.
Eastside Baptist Church, 1501E. Holiness at 9:30 aim.Newberry man Hall Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. "The citrus tree buds swell- -

Univ. Ave., services at 11 Methodist morn- -Conservation 1964 Lecture: ed and burst in an ecstatic re- Once Panned r _
ajn. and 7:30 pjn. Eliam Pentecostal, SW Ar- Newberry Methodist, servicesat "Free Enterprise in a Welfare affirmation of the traditional re- _.v.x..'.

Faith Independent Baptist cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. 9:55: a.m. and 7:30 p.m. State," Prime F., shorn, Florida newal of the earth's fullness. Wife Is DeadNEW

Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th and 7:30 p.m.University Williston Methodist Church, Union Auditorium, 8:15 pjn. By day, the groves dazzled the

Ter., services at 11 a.m. and Pentacostal Holi- services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Friday Baseball: Florida 'eye with their beauty. In the YORK (AP) James
7:30 p.m.Forest ness Church, Odd Fellows tem- PresbyterianFirst versus Georgia Tech, Perry i moonlight, they looked like Whittaker '
a [
Park Baptist, 1624 ple at 740 SE 2nd Ave., serv- Field of that newspaper
Presbyterian Church o* 2 pjn.Tennis acres snow so fragrant er and drama critic who
NW 5th Ave., services at 11 ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 'Williston, service at 11 a.m. : Florida versus Notre they seemed literally to steama classic example of report-I'

ajn. and 7:45 p.m. Dame, Varsity Court, 2:30 p.m. perfume which drifted for
InterdenominatIonalGainesville impartiality by
Ga' sville Primitive Baptist and miles in the translucent lightof
-History Philosophy of
Drive-in Church, wife's performance in a showin
Church SW 34th St. at Ar- ."
High Springs Medicine Lecture Series, "Law the brilliant moon. .
Hawthorne Road, service at which she was starring, is
cher EZSad, service at 11 a.m. and Medicine," Professor Leonard Reports like this can give a dead
8:30 ajn. at age 73. 1
Nortfc-, Central Baptist S. Powers,Medical Science central Floridian the worst case 1
ChurcBZ04 NW 14th Ave., services The Salvation Army, 232 SW Church In Building Auditorium, 5 pjn. of homesickness imaginableabout I Whittaker's 53-year newspaper -
*8:30 and 11 ajn., and 2nd Ave., services at 11 a.m. -Florida Players Production: this time of year. : career began with the old

t and 7:30 p.m.Jehovah's. "The Great God Brown," Nor- Without a few orange trees Chicago Herald Examiner and
7:30Oaks Hill Baptist, 800 NW 40th Witnesses Youth WeekPastor man Hall Auditorium, 8 p.m. around, the most bountiful, col- ended in New York last year
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Saturday Track: Florida orful spring just doesn't make with the demise of the New

7:30 p.m. Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., Robert L. White of Relays, Florida Track, 9:30 ajn the grade.If York Mirror.In .
I Oak Park Baptist Church, service at 6:30: pjn. High Springs' Mt. Pleasant and 1:30 p.m. you've ever been surrounded 1919, Whittaker marriedIna

4610 Archer Rd., services at Baptist Church, and Sunday -Tennis: Florida versus by a few citrus trees from Claire, the actress. But be-

9:45 and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. LutheranFirst School Supt. Jack Koon have Clemson, Varsity Court, 1:30 mid March to early April} cause there was a clause in her 39!
Parkview 3403 NW Lutheran Church, 1801 contract forbidding her to
Baptist, announced plans for Youth pjn. you're addicted for life.
13th 't., services at 11 a.m. NW and 11 5th Ave.. services at 8:30 Week, which begins today. -Baseball: Florida versus Those fragile, white petals marry, the wedding was kept

and 745 p.m. a.m.Gethsemane I The young people have elect- Georgia Tech, 2 pjn. seem to draw the bluest skies secret. REG. .. .. .. ..$ t +
Pine grove Baptist Church Lutheran 1 ed Jimmy Adams to serve as -Florida Players Presenta- imaginable, g r e e nest leaves The secret came into the open
4200 NW SSth Ave., services at ,student school ion: "The Great God Brown," possible and more bees than the following year when Whit- Create sirchantmg
Church 1905 NE 12th St. supt.
11 a.mjmd 7:30 pjn. ser Barber to I Norman Hall Auditorium, 8 p.m. you ever suspected were in the taker, then a drama critic for waves and curls for t
vice at 11 act as Training
Ridgeview Baptist Church, a.m.University I Union director. Other I' ConferencesAnd I state. the New York Daily News, re- today modern hair ...
NW 19th St., services at 11 Lutheran Church young, Short Courses I It's hard not to believe thatall's viewed the opening of a produc- e I styles. .. even the
1826 W. Univ. Ave. service at people will serve as ushers
tion starring his wife. He began i
a.m. and 8 p. m. March 17 Annual Meetingof well with the world when bouffant
11 ajn. teachers, song leaders and other
Westside Baptist Church, the Northeast District of the it's spring and the orange trees his review this way: No more uncom
_.. officers throughout the week.A .
4039.,Newberry Road, servicesat Methodist Association of Hospital Auxiliaries are blooming. "Last year when I married fortable and un
.li.ajn. and 7:30 p.m. number of speakers will pre- Medical Science Building Recalling some of the impat- Ina Claire she gave her profes sightly pins and, '
: '. Catholic Centenary Methodist, 1400 sent the program each night at Auditorium and Lobby. ient thoughts and reflections sion as an actress, but nothing rollers that disturb

;:f SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat 7:30.On March 21-23-Inhalation The- about Sunday drivers, it's hard in last night's performancewould sleep
TSt Augustine Chapel, 1733 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Monday night, Robert rapy Workshop, Medical Science not to consider spring's arrival make me believe that Safe for all types
\ W. Univ. Ave., Sunday masses First Methodist, 419 NE 1st Parham, missionary to Nigeria, Building Room M-112. officially established by some was true." 'of hair. bleached, < .complete ;
t atj&SQjand 11 a.m. and 12 St., services at 8:45 and 11 will show curios and tell of his March 19-20 Institute for Weather Bureau official some- He and Miss Claire were di- tinted or permanent Roller with i' .

nodiy-tbily; mass Mon. throughFri. a.m. Fellowship at 5:30, ser- adventures among the people of Government Secretaries,Student where as 9:1Ora.m. Fridayjus- vorced five years later. waved Af."chmtnft

..t<&30 and 11:15 a.m., Sat ice at 7 p.m. Nigeria. Service Center. tification for a leisurely Sunday .. In 1926 he married Halycone And wigs Small,

at.91m.: Confession Tues. and New Northeast Methodist, Howard I Tuesday night a group of Uni- March 22-23 TwentysecondAnnual drive. Hargrove. She survives him, Plugs in anywhere Medium and

Thbrs.-at 7 pjn., and Fri. at Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- versity of Florida students will Short Course for Muni- Ideally, this should include: along with their daughter, take it anywhere targj

SpMn.StPatrick's. ium, 1901 NE 9th St., serviceat present both a musical and gospel *- cipal Clerks and Finance Direct- enough time to drive south into, Pamela. U.L Approved

"* Church, 704 NE 11 a.m.Trinity program, and Wednesday, ors, Student Service Center. 'the grove country notably, Whittaker,:whose novel, "Run
Istr !;( :masses at 6, 7:30, 9, Earl Maguire, a member of the = For Your Life," was publishedin TERRY LINED BOUFFANT SHOWER CAP .........$1.00..

10130* ..m.' and 12 noon. Methodist Church United Christian Action, Inc., COMPLETE 1950, died Thursday in St. PLASTIC MAKE-UP OR SHAMPOO CAPE .......... .79eIINDE ,

m. ChristianFirst 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at will discuss "Alcohol and Dope Luke's Hospital. - - - - - -
9 and 11 a.m. Floor Planning EngineeringInter. DEPT. G-l
Christian Church, SW Narcotic Education. A questionand INDUSTRIES INC.
2nd Aye: at 8th St., service at Wesley Community Metho- answer period will follow. Design & Decor. .'..s. .." : ''
.' '. 2507 N. DIXIE BOX 8297 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. ..
dist, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., services
11 a.ni. Rev. Geer, pastor of Eustis FORBAR'S ....
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. Church will c.IoMIl ttIJ NAME .. . . .. .: ... ... .',. ., .. .. :-

:. thristian: Scientist Wesley Foundation and Uni- Baptist evangelistic service, present on Thurs-an COCKKTAIL LOUNGES atll rritd ev ADDRESS .........................ItT.-rT...,...?,??. :
Chjjistian! Science Church, 420 versity Methodist Church, 1320( RESTAURANT AND PACKAGE STORESWe NO C.O.D/S PLEASE. SOLD IT MAIL ORDER ONLY M
day and Friday, Mrs. Fred '. t r,'
SW l2h St., service at 11 am.it W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45: .. p + + KWIK-KURl $3.98 POSTPAID "* ::
and 11 a.m. Laughon, wife of the pastor of I Will Work With Your Architect! ... ..a'" O CURLER O SHOWER CAP D CAPES :;

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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter BARSCO SUPPLY CO. I ..
THE and pictures of the Southern 1 -
Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th
: At Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m., rope Baptist and Missionary the Bible work lands.in Eu- C. R. MOBLEY Smart Secretaries Call
TONITE 7:30 Only Sacrament meeting, 6:30: p.m.
Each evening the young people 702 West Boy St. Jacksonville eLx
Nazarene will share in fellowship and Ph. FR 65212Ext. 35
JOYOUS First Church of the Nazar. supper together at'6:30. -I I :
OrfHE REFUGEE ene, 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat : .. .' -- ..
CATHOLIC Nuns 10:45 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Leo Tolstoy's Masterpiece
For :
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AND THE \ Trinity Church of the Nazarene BOX OFFICE -FEATURES AT-
OPEN 2:30 3:00 6:00 9:00 .
BAPTISTCOUMTRYBOYI 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat Gospel Singing Conven- FAST SERVICE :

I 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. tion will hold a sing today atl TODAY thru

University Ave. Church of the 2:30 to 4:30 at the Interlachen TUESDAYDirected [ tiL$ COMPLETE SELECTIONPROFESSIONAL :

\ Nazarene, 3545 W. Univ.: Ave., Methodist Church. The publicis : ..

services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 invited. by M V$;; ; ADVICE :
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Sunday, March 22, 1964 Gainesville Sun 118You'll

I. .It's Time to Take Stock DynamiteTurns ElectrocutedTOKYO (AP) A 17-year-old i I

Up student electrocuted himself PAY TOO MUCH
Friday with two copper plates

'11,' ALLEN MORRISTALLAl1ASSEE tention to politics with the basis of home town loyalty. terest In matters educationalmay Near JaxJACKSONVILLE and a time switch.
be inclined to help Karl Police said Yuji Sakakibara IF YOU
Anyone rapidly approaching first primary Former State Senator Fred 0. (APTippedby ) attached BlUBEFORE
aWl could win or lose this the candidates are be- (Bod) Dickinson, Jr., of West State Senator Scott Kelly of an anonymous caller, police, heart one and copper another plate to overhis his
ginning to slash away at one Palm i Beach: He's put together -Lakeland: Kelly \js skillfully appealing sheriff's officers and the FBI
race for the Democratic nomination back with a wire. The wire was
for Governor. another. the most experienced campaign to the conservative voters -hurried Friday to a wooded area connected to the time switch. GErllf 1OUR
team. His image as the and seems to be creating and found 150 sticks of dynamiteand
That's the concensus of political For the candidates, the per. candidate of the vote-rich lower something of a special problemor two homemade bombs. Yuji's family said he recently -:

opinion funneling into the. od over.of From preparation now on is,just they about will east coast was hurt by the entry Burns and Dickinson. Too, D. K. Brown, FBI ageni in breakdown.suffered a slight nervous I PRiei!
Capitol' of Miami's Mayor Robert Kelly appears to be attractingthe charge of the Jacksonville office .
be handshaking travel-
Too, Dickinson took aggressive workerof
On paper, a will be King High. young said the dynamite appar-
Actually they
ing. pretty
the calculated risk of being harried the type Dickinson had with I
sufficientlystrong much out of touch with what's ently was part of a shipment
showing happening. If they have built as the crown prince of the him in 1960. stolen last December from the' ElectricalSystems
yet= can be Cracker adequate state and county organizations incumbent administration. State Senator John E. Merrill Dynamite Co. He said
made for each well and good; if Mayor Robert King High of Mathews, Jr., of Jacksonville: part of the stolen explosive was
of'the six can- Politics not, it's too late. Miami: He's shaken up the race, Mathews is pushing the themeof used to bomb a Negro child's Surveyed The Furniture Manufacturers
didates to car governmental knowledgeabil- home in February.Five .
ry him into the I The following capsule reports I drawing off votes which every ity, which was recognized by Ku Klux Klan officials Resident.!*! Commercial 1
the secondprimary. *" *" on the six candidacies were other candidate could have re- both newsmen and his legislative face charges stemming from the Industrial(
put together from what travel. veived in the Miami area. Highis colleagues. Mathews has a bombing of the Negro home.
The candidates certainly rec- ers said as they passed throughthe personable, and a fresh faceon name fairly well known state- Earlier this week, the FBI announced C. P. Dressier
I ognize the possibility there could political crossroads here at the statewide scene. He's wide, both through his own energies it had found a quantityof Electrical Contractor
be little spread to separate those!the Capitol: flailing a number of governmental and the long service as dynamite, also stolen from I' Phone' FR 6-6193 South Main St. t $,W, Ijttfr 3 *
who'.make"the runoff from the ills, some of which have legislator and judge of his father -!the Merrill Co., in the Ortega I' I
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack 910 N.W. 4* St.
j eliminated four. I been cured since Brailey Od- the late Chief Justice. River near Jacksonville.
sonville: He's still moving on
ham first made campaign issues -
t That is apparent in the disposition the momentum resulting from
of them in 1952.
of the candidates not I the public surprise of his third
to say 3 .anything which might I place finish in 1960. He operatesas State Representative Frederick ..
alienate: now those voters who though he's way ahead. He B. Karl of Daytona Beach: .,
I will, in the first primary, sup- ignores the opposition generally.He Karl's people think he can winif Prices good through Wednesday Noon :
port one of the losers. The survivors takes advantage of the com he can reach the individual Merchants Quantity Rights Reserved ':.:
will need them in the plexities of State government.The voters, in person or by televi
runoff.It sion. He's identified with school
bandwagon psychology de-
With no contest for BREAKFAST
is axiomatic that the more mands only one thing, a big leadin progress. of public
state superintendent
1 major candidates there are in the first primary, and his opponents -instruction, those parents and a 3j1r
the field, the more reticent they seem to be in agree-
teachers who take a special in- ,
are. about criticizing their opponents ment that Burns has the advantage I F'i
in terms of what might now. The only apparent reverse INCOME TAX \ SPECIAL !
I offend individual voters. In turn, Burns has suffered is the
I this tends emphasize- the per- rival Jacksonville candidacy of GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS i
sonality side of the campaign State Senator John E. Mathews,
rather than bring about any which certainly serves to split
sharp division on issues. up the votes which would go to
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I Club Band (Concerts on Tfctp 0- NNG
plee yS Fla. (AP) If you] "Flies were thick there be-
A POST ToInspection shoo a fly in a Cuban concentration cause of lack of sanitary facilities !

:J IJ'I By REID POOLE II to be heard range from religious -Our God" by Paul Tchesnokov.The Bruckner's "Mass in E Minor,"!!! rrI camp, 'you get swatted, and they would get"In our
:Head, Department of Music compositions of the Renais- Women's Glee Club group and a medley of popular songs I ,a refugee says.Alejandro food and on our person, Agu-
i; University of Florida sance all the way to 20th cen- includes Palestrina's "Adoramus -by Rodgers and Hammersteinunder Aguero, 25, one of ero said. "But we were sup-
.; Te "Come Sweet the umbrella title "Sere- ;: F a The combined Men's and Wo-tury compositions by Stravinskyand ; Again If
's Ernst Toch, and not failingto Love Doth Now Invite," by John nade To Spring." Band buffs will &rui lark Stars small boats Thursday from of our punishment, I guess.
Then Glee Clubs of the University would
said he them, guards
served 10 shooed
daysin we
include a Gatorland medley Dowland; four Russian peasant be delighted with the "Bando-
of Florida, the Gator "
(Symphonic Band, and the Univ.ersily'of especially arranged by Dr. songs by Igor Stravinsky; and logy, Concert March" by Eric GENEVA-The United States such a camp. hit us with sticks. .
Florida Choral Union, Jerry Neil Smith for the glee the delightful Kentucky moun- Osterling; the Overture to "The announced last week that it was I
\Y ll-be heard in concerts oncampus clubs. tain song, "I Wonder When I Barber of Seville" by Rossini; opening one of its large nuclear i,, CONVERT YOUR CARPORT or BREEZEWAYINTO
Shall Be Married." Henry Fillmore's "Golden reactors to international inspec-1
this week. After the combined opening onHandel's : A COMFORTABLE YEAR-ROUND
tion and urged the Soviet Unionto
March" and "Ec-|
One of the most piquant itemson Friendships ; II
::Guy, B. Webb conducts the "Then Round About follow suit. per
hoes From Florida Field.
is Ernst Toch'sunique
the concert LIVING
combined glee clubs in their The Starry Throne' from the Euphonium soloist, Peter Zin-, AREA for as little, as $33.16 mo
"Geographical Fugue, Adrian S. Fisher the U.s.I
Ann al ,
Spring Concert, Tues- oratorio, "Samson, the Men'sGlee '
words ober, will offer a dazzling tech BLOCK or FRAME. WALL PANELING.
dayMarch 24, in Club which uses spoken a delegate, told the 17-nation disarmament -
University offers
a religious nical in Herman Bellstedt's I VINYL TILE FLOOR
display .
Auditorium text made up of the names of conference t that
8:15 The
p.m. group including "Hans Leo Has- "
"Napoli. The band will
glee clubs will present the same sler's Motet: Cantate Domino;" various geographical locationsto Washington was inviting inspec-j
program which they will take on the setting of the "Psalm 150"by produce provocative cross also offer, in the serious con- tion of the Rowe, Mass., reactor< 10x17
tour to south Florida and Puerto Luther Noss;' "0 Filii et rhythms and a generally delightful temporary vein, the Conzona"by by the International Atomic Energy -! DAYS ONLY
musical effect. Peter Mennin, and on the I There is no charge for of IAEA) if' BONUS ,
Rico at the close of the current Filiae" by Volckmar Leisring any Agency ( even ITIONER
trimester. Musical selections and "Salvation 'Belongeth To; The program following the in- lighter side the "Toast Of ThLatins" I the concerts listed above. The Moscow failed to reciprocate. j EXt .TON "Ill CONp\ .list ailed Free
termission will be devoted to by Floyd Werle. public is invited. But Fisher stressed that if, 1 Coiplet Y I
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Randall Thompson's settings of I Organ Recital I Looking Ahead Moscow would match WashingIton's ( $
several poems by Robert Frost Nancy Call, a graduate student The University of Florida move "we could then discuss Phone NOW FR 2-0481 ..
I,under the title "Frostiana." studying'organ with the Choir, conducted by Dr. Elwood. the possibilities of placing\ FLORIDA HOME I
;These include "The Road Not University organist, Willis Bo- Keister, will present its Annual additional peaceful atomic energy i REMODELING CENTERRef. 1
Taken," "The Telephone," and dine, will present an organ recital Spring Concert in the University installations under IAEA: .: FIRST NATIONAL BANK .
"Choose Something Like A in University Auditorium at Auditorium on Tuesday evening safeguards on a reciprocal ba' Write P.O. BOX 236
Star." 3 p.m. this afternoon. Her program March 31, at 8:15 p.m. sis." J 1806- N.W. 38th TER. Gainesville! FU. I
Twilight Concert will include the great
,"Prelude and Fuge in E-Flat
Richard W. Bowles will con- Major", known as the "St. Ann's
duct the Gator Symphonic Bandin Fugue," by Bach; the "Sonata"by
the second in the 1964 seriesof the twentieth century com- 1

outdoor twilight concerts on poser, Ernst Krenek; and the
'-- the Plaza of the Americas, Wed- "Chorale No. 2 in B Mionr" by
nesday, March 25, at 6:45 p.m. Cesar Franck. Miss Call is a IN ..
The band will be joined by the graduate student in Latin Amer-
Choral Union, Elwood J. Keis- ican studies. Her recital this
ter, conductor, in a presentation afternoon is a non-degree recital -
.r of the "Gloria" from Anton! presented in partial fulfillment -

of the course requirementsfor
advanced organ study at the
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When for your you're money ready 'JIIuij, '; ( 7 OltEMULSION\ i'j i; floor.a lengthy address on the Senate

4 Holland singled out the school "
it's ready for you (uuiwiRATE r : desegregation section of the bill, : '

declaring it contained "unlimi. .
ATTEND THE I \., : ed authority to bring about compulsory r : A WOMAN'S FANCY ,
MENTAL HEALTH FAIR i! /TO CONTROL SCALE .t.t'I integration of schools." '

INSECTS & RED SPIDER What Negroes really need and
want is better schools, not integrated -
Tuesday, April 28th ''I \ schools, Holland saic
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Many Southern Negro teachers
300 S.W. 2nd Ave. Ii will lose highly prized jobs if
(No Admittance Charge) all schools in that region are de- SOFTLY TURNS TO ''
1'" j segregated, Holland said.


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! Payne's Prairie Recreational Waterway Is Boosted : :

By WALTER MIXSON shall certainly give it every possible -or's Conference on Water Re- state to participate in projectsof : The Board of Conservationhas 'come under the outdoor recre- River and thence to the Barge i included two giant water reservoir -

Sun Area EditorA consideration." sources in January. this type.Hodges scheduled a hearing in ation bond issue program which Canal.A I areas along the Oklawan
proposed recreational wat-I Hodges, in his letter, said said that present Con- Gainesville on May 8 to review voters approved last November.The boater could conceivablyput River. The reservoir areas wiflcover
erway which would connect! Hodges referred to an Alachua -that the resolution is being referred -gressional policies preclude fed- recreation in waterway plan as out- in at any of the above 28 square miles and 42,
Payne's Prairie and about 25-. County Commission resolu- to the State's Outdoor eral participation !in projects proposed projects lined by Johnson would connect named lakes and wind up in square miles respectively.

000 acres of Alachua County, tion on the possible develop- Recreational Planning Committee which are predominatly for recreational -this part of the state, Johnson Payne's Prairie, via Prairie -the Gulf of Mexico or the St. I Payne's Prairie would be

lakes with the Cross Florida ment of a recreational water- so that it might be consid- benefits. said. Included will be the recre- Creek with Newnan's Lake. Johns River He would have flooded. Johnson said, by dam-
Barge Canal has received "encouraging" connecting Payne's Prairie ered in a comprehensive outdoor -' Johnson said he feels that the ational waterway project proposed The Prairie would be connected about 38,000 acres of fishing :ming up a sinkhole which pres-
consideration from, (when and if it is flooded) recreational plan for the tieing in of the Cross Florida: by the Alachua County to Orange Lake by way of lakes at his disposal, includ-'ently drains the area and by
State Conservation Director:with Newnan's Lake Orange state. Barge Canal with the proposed Commission. Camp's Canal and The River ing flooded Payne's Prairie,diverting part of the flow of
Randolph Hodges County Com,and Lochloosa lakes and thence The conservation director recreational waterway has Styx. Orange and Lochlo 0 s a which covers about 13,000 ac Prairie Creek onto the Prairie.
said that creation of the State "spurred" the interest of the The Alachua Commiss ion : connected waterway
missioner Edgar Johnson .."'""'- e Creek to the I lakes are already by The whole recreational -
Recreational Council ( -Recreational Council in the Johnson said to have the res.The whole
yesterday barge .... -i"" composed I hopes Cross Creek. The waterway project, Johnson, project would requirethe
In a letter to Johnson Hodges -I '- = of Cabinet members) and the project, and he looks on the acquisition and flooding of would extend from Lochloosa said, ties in with water conser- participation of the state

said "We think this proposal Johnson had presented the resolution -establishment of a land acquis- letter from Hodges as "very Payne's Prairie as a recreationarea Lake, via Lochloosa Slough and vation plans along the Barge 'and Alachua, Marion and Putnam -
is highly meritorious and we at the annual Govern- ition trust fund permits the encouraging." included in projects to,:Orange Creek to the Oklawaha Canal. These plans, he said, counties, Johnson said.

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Sunday, March 22, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1C


I Levy's Schedule MeetingOn Dixie Co. Readies

Top TeacherConservation Ag Melrose HighPALATKA yg am Forest FestivalCabinet

The Putnam at 9, on the status of the top I.such a proposal came up, that .. a a
County Board of Public Instruction three grades of Melrose High they would be told about it. -
will hold a special meeting School. I They have been notified about Queen of the BerriesLovely

Winner Named here Monday morning, starting School Supt. William M. Tho- the meeting Monday and I understand -
they plan to attend it.
mas said Friday that'no decision! Invited To

WILLISTON Ferris Rog has as yet been made on the Recently, a public meetingon Xt
ers, vocational agriculture Bronson question of closing the high the topic was held at the
teacher at Williston High School, school portion of the Melrose I Melrose School and a committeewas FestivalCROSS >" Silttt 8ft.V

has been named Levy County's School. I elected to represent the
outstanding conservation teacher Lions "We have informed the people. school's interests at the Palatka CHAIRESwill
of 1964.Rogers I of Melrose that if and when session of the School Board. CITY The State

who is advisor for the Beef Sale Cabinet or a good portion of

local Future Farmers of Amer- it may convene here on April

ica Chapter was selected for BRONSON The Bronson Gilchrist County Teams 18; that is, if its members follow .

this honor by the supervisors of Lion's Club annual beef sale through on their tentative iT n tk

the Levy Soil Conservation Dis and supper, planned as the biggest acceptance of an invitation extended -
trict. He will be presented a
and best ever, is scheduled by State Rep. Hal
certificate of merit at the annu Due MeetTRENTON
Tuesday night on the Bronson at Land-Judging
al Levy Soil Conservation Day Chaires to visit the annual Dixie
program in Bronson on April High School athletic field. .County Forestry Festival.
Two hind of beef arebeing
9. offered quarters The Trenton dividual; Don May of the Wil- receive trophys from the The Festival, sponsored bythe
In announcing Rogers' selec as prizes.A FFA Chapter land-judging team cox Club, third high individual -county contest sponsors, the Dixie County Chamber of
tion, Charles Hardee, chairmanof delicious roast hamburger and a countywide 4-H Club ; and Lee Powell of the Tren- Farmers and Merchants Bankof Commerce to honor the county's
the board, stated, "This supper with all the fixin's isbeing team will represent Gilchrist ton Club. Trenton and the GilchristSoil forestry products industries is
award is given by the supervisors offered from 6 to 8 p.m.iThe County in state competition in Joe Gilliam of the Bell Chapter Conservation District. En- scheduled April 17 and 18.
Bronson club recently Marianna on April 3. was high individual scor- graved pins will be presentedto
of the Levy Soil Conserva
purchased a prize steer entered The Trenton team, which er in FFA competition, but his the second and third high. Chaires, on a recent trip to
tion District to recognize effortsin
by Bronson FAA member Freddie placed) first in the FFA division -team's overall score was not scorers in both FFA and 4H I Tallahassee, invited Gov. Farris -
conservation education by I Show in the Suwannee River of the recent county land- as high as that of the Trenton divisions.The !. Bryant and other Cabinet
classroom teachers beyond their
Beef Cattle Show and Sale at judging contest, is composed of Chapter. sponsors of the county members to attend the Festival.He .
regular duties. Fannin' Srings. a committee led Danny Corbin, Danny Wilson,, Other members of the Bell contest also will pay the expenses [ read a letter from L. M.

Rogers, has been vocational by Dogan Cobb has been pre- John Clark and Harry Brown- FFA team were Sidney Hodge, of the teams going to Williams, chairman of the Dixie
agriculture teacher and F F A !paring a gala program for the Wayne Williams and V. C. the state contest. County CofC welcoming com- .
Chapter advisor at Williston evening which will include special ing.The 4-H team is composedof Cannon. County Agent Jim Yelvingtonsaid mittee, listing the host of Festival -

High School for the past five entertainment. The public is the four highest/ individual Corbin and Wilson, of the the purpose of the land- activities planned.

years. During this time he has invited to attend. scorers in the county 4-H com- Trenton team, were second and judging contests is two fold: Taking note that Chaires Is
inspired students through his Members of the Lion's com- etition. They include Larry third high individual scorers, I To encourage wise land use by one of the Legislature's most r
teaching and guidance to excelin mittees in charge are as follows -Lindsey of the Wilcox Club, respectively, in FFA compe- our future land owners; and to influential members Gov. Bry- a,
the field of soil and water : who was high individual 4-H tition. aid our youth in the develop- ant told his fellow Cabinet members -
conservation, Hardee said. For Preparation Leonard Cobb, scorer; Art Townsend of the The high individual scorers I ment of sound decision-making "If Hal says we oughtto M
the past two years, Rogers trained and Fred Shaw. Santa Fe Club, second high in-. in FFA and 4-H competition techniques. come, then I expect we'd
teams that have placed first SupperTheron Morrisonand better plan to be there."
and second in the Levy County Bill Sullivan as co-chairmen, Keystone

land judging contests. Last assisted by John Swilley, Billie Peanut YieldIn Though the Festival is planned Linda Huggins, Bradford County straw.
years team placed fifth in the Booker, N. J. Keen Jr., John Scouts Plan as a fun-filled get-together berry queen, poses with a shipment of luscious Brad

state contest at Gainesville.In Rutledge, David Letts, Lee Martin Benefit Fete of all Dixie Countians and their ford berries.

teaching public speaking, Bill Schossler, Johnnie Levy Improves neighbors, the event this year no
Rogers has used the District'ssoil Munn, Ray Burnett, Bill Ogle KEYSTONE HEIGHTSBoy doubt! will assume the appear- Bradford Berries

conservation contest sub- and Ray Modisett. Scout Troop 105 will hold a ben- ance of a gigantic political rally .
ject. Participation has been so I Ticket sales Dogan Cobb efit chicken dinner Tuesday evening BRONSON -Although pea- last year was 1,470 pounds per what with the May primaries -
spontaneous, Hardee said, that and Lewis Renfroe. at the Community'nut acreage is declining in Levy acre, which is above the state just around the corner. "-

an elimination is required to select Cashiers Wayne Beau- Church Educational Building. County, the number of acres average yield of 1,387 pounds,! Chaires outlined for the invited At N. Y. Auction 'J
the top speakers for en- champ and Robert Wilson. Proceeds of the dinner will be harvested and the yield from Cobb said. But, he said, every Cabinet members a "big
trance in the school's conservation Publicity Gus Efferen. and other should strive for a yieldof
used to buy tents those acres is increasing according -grower day" of events on April 18, including -
speaking contest. Auction and beef saleS.. B. camping equipment. 2,000 pounds per acre, or in Florida strawber
to County Agent Leonard a parade at 10 a.m., I STARKE County'sstrawberry promoting .
The establishment of good Groom and S. E. Gunnell. Rotary Club members Dick Cobb. more. other forms of entertainment, queen Miss Linda ries.

conservation practices is demon- Entertainment Fred Hale Sunderland, Lew Muir, Bill To show the declining planted a barbecue beef dinner and various Huggins, will leave here Tues- Bradford growers donated the
strated on the school lab plot and Buren Brice. Reynolds Jr. and other mem- Cobb said that the peanut is acreage and the increasing harvested forestry field events and day for New York City where .,000 pints of fruit. Cost of pick
and forestry plantation. Sue h HospitalityF.. B. Marsh- bers of the troop committee a major source of income for acreage Cobb cited these contests.On 500 cartons of Bradford berries ing, packing and transporting it,
practices as crop rotation, cov- burn, W. F. Anderson, Warren many Levy County farmers. The will be auctioned off at the as well as travel expenses forMiss
the dinner. .
er cropping, pasture manage- Hallman, A. E. Mikell and Har- prepare average yield in Levy County figures: the night of April 17, judges Produce Center. Proceeds of the Huggins and her mother,

ment, firebreaks, control burn- old Gleason.G. Clay County Sheriff John In 1950 21,890 acres grown will pick the 1964 Forestry sale will be donated to the Mental were defrayed by the Stark
ing and woodland weeding are M. Owens is chairman of Hall contributed $25 toward the Ponder New and 1,973 acres harvested withan festival Queen from among a Health Association. City Council, the Bradford
established by the ag students :grounds procedure. purchase of chickens. The Rotary average yield of 693 poundsper bevy of beauty contestants. The I Commissioner of Agriculture County Commission, the State
under Rogers' guidance.The Club will also make a Raciall\larch acre. 'queen will be announced at' Doyle Conner and representatives Department of Agriculture and
Ships passing through Pana- cash contribution, according to In 1955 -16,259 acres grown; ceremonies the following day. of the North Florida strawberry -
Canal locks are towed by President Wally Muhlhofer. I Chaires told the.cabinet mem- attend the
Coast Guard's fame ma :2,380 acres harvested; 97 5 industry
NEW YORK (CAP-A) second
for- others.Union
bers "We proud our
rigged training ship electric "mules" locomotive yield.In sale. Miss Huggins will be accompanied -
square .pounds average
insulated from "march Washington" is under in Dixie County, Co.
"Eagle" started! out as the German -engines running on rails atop Sea otters are on 1960 13,214 acres grown; estry products. by her mother, Mrs.
"Horst Wessel." It was the lock walls. Towing or brak- the icy waters of the North consideration. harvested ,and we hope you will be on George T. Huggins.A .
2,200 acres ; average'
the never more Pacific by air pockets trappedin hand for our FesttvaL"Egg
Hamburg ing, engines go
launched in 1936 at
and transferred to the United than 2 miles an how and are their soft, deep fur. They James Farmer, national di- yield of 1,100 pounds. send-off for the party Is Case BeingInvestigated
signals fro mship's lack the whale's layer of blubber -rector of the Congress of Racial In 1963 7,695 acres grown; scheduled for Monday when
States as a part of reparationsafter guided by to keep them warm. Equality, said Friday he is 2,465 acres harvested; average Market State Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr.
World War II. pilot. thinking about organizing sucha yield of 1,470 pounds. will speak briefly to farmers
march this summer among Those acres not harvested are JACKSONVILLE (AP) The and businessmen at the Starke

unemployed persons, both Ne-I used for hog feed. Northeast Florida Egg Market Farmers Market. The complaint of a Lake Butler -
Newberry 'Superior' Singers gro and white to demonstratetheir Cobb said that to assist Levy prices to retailers:
The winner of a national man that he was assaulted
for their
demands jobs. with
County growers pea- Extra large 4647; large 52%-
strawberry cooking contest will by Union County Sheriff John
marched the nut program for this year his 43, mostly 43; medium 38-4,
Thousands on be crowned by Miss Huggins in Whitehead is under
mailing out the 1964 Peanut mostly 38-39 small 32-37 mostly continuing
nation's capital from all partsof Production Guide which contains ; another ceremony at the Produce investigation, State Attorney T.

the country last August to the latest recommendations 34.Poultry at farms: fryers 14; Bradford Center. On Wednesday will attend the in- E. Duncan said Friday.
focus attention on the civil rights for peanuts based group
growing hens light 64. terviews and make appearances Asst. State Attorney Mack
issue.. on sound research.did .
I Futch who is conducting the

investigation said that the as-
sault complaint was made by
Off E. B. (Barnard) Andrews of
Mulch Tillage Pays Lake Butler. He said that Andrews

along with his wife came
into his office on March 12 and
farms east of Cniefland, plansto said he was assaulted on March
By GUS EFFEREN plant 40 acres of corn this 4, by Whitehead and another man

CHIEFLAND Sun Correspondent Linus Sache, Levy Farmer Saves way. known to him only as "Georgia

who farms north of Chiefland, Jim Senterfitt, Levy soil Boy." ..

Is planting 90 acres of corn the Money Boosts Yield conservationist, recently visited. Andrews Is a member of,the
"mulch tillage" way. Sache, looking over his mulch Lake Butler City Council y',
This involves only one operation I
tillage planting. Whitehead would not commenton
land plant-
for preparation
sr ing and fertilizing. Specially ad- on the field planted the con puts the crop residue on the top Sache said that special lister the Andrews' complaint when
used and that
apted "lister" planters are used. ventional way. The yield from :surface in the middle of the cornrows planters are contacted by the Sun last week;
is different from con-
Last year, Sache planted 20 I. the mulch tillage planting was and helps to prevent and .'
methods' presents
ventional .
It also conserves .
erosion damage.
acres of corn the mulch tillage 41 bushels per acre. -.
"superior"rating on a trial basis. The plant- And, in addition to getting a moisture. saves time some problems. A telephone in the United
which recently won a way ;
Girls' Sextet experience you
The Newberry High School that and labor and cuts costs Sache "But
at District vocal contests in Jacksonville, is now prepping for the state ing was adjacent to 20 acres higher yield, mulch Sache figures said. can overcome these problems," States can be connected by wire
three alternates, from planted the conventional way. planting the tillage way it's or radio to all but two per cent t
Beach April 17. Members plus first Sache said, "and I know
contest at Daytona on less. He Sache is the Levy County
he cost $4 per acre .
Hill Elaine Holder, Cindy Green, Glenda Green, Sache figures got seven worth the effort, conservationwise of the world's 159,200,000 telephone
left, are Judy Hill, Carolyn the said he likes the mulch tillage farmer to use the mulch tillage
bushels on
Ann Smith, Robin Russell Doris Perdu and Lynn Chastain. The accompanist, more mulch tillage planting per than he method of planting because it method. Harold Mills, who and.money-wise." *, k

M piano, is Mrs. Jacquelyn Toy. ""i 'M




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'2C Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 22, 1964 -I

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rVict Robert Stroud, famed as ,
aIle Birdman of Alcatraz, said

i in his will that today's prisons ij: HONEY GLAZED I'
|}are a disgrace and that he 100th C f
grants his estate used to design slicedstrawberries
.. cannedhams
a one.
:: Stroud, whose will was filed
J -for probate Friday, died last [
:){ov. 21 in the Springfield, Mo.,
\ federal prison at the age of 73.
-He had spent most of t nis adult
t I I life in prisons after conviction \ .

tor two murders.
\ a He became an expert on birds 1 can pkg. .
.and bird diseases while in soli-
tary confinement and gained
t :lame from the book "Birdmanof

Alcatraz," written by Thomas -
E. Gaddis. A movie also was 1
made, based on Stroud's prison

life.Stroud's *e4i2mL. Swifts Premium SmokedBeef
estate consists of a
$447.84 uncashed check and a 40 MARKETS Tongue ">. 49

per cent interest in royalties s =
from the book "Birdman of Al- HONEYs Swifts Bran schwa9er i or SandwichSpread

catraz." % GLAZED'nor 2 8ox.pkgs.. 69c
I He left everything to his sister ,
Mrs. Mamie Stroud Shaf-
! fer, 80, of Metropolis Ill. But 1 ; _
the will said his sister's needsare
not great and that if his
estate could be used to designa down produce lane .

better prison, that's what he'd .
like done with it.People. HUNTS FAMOUS GA-RED BRAND s
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Gov. George W. Romney joked
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His other daughter, Mrs. Bruce
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Dus W. Davis says the city's Jftl Green Stamps : a. :. .xs?:ax.. .! TIL NOON WED. .aa. Itrrtr:, jar
municipal air terminal? looks I ririi iMs coupon and purchase el: ; hh r' : Y.,. MARCH, 25, 1964 Hamburger or
4 "like a lean-to on an outhouse."
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size 75c tax
i Kansas City's entrance into the reg. r:1 Festival I S bUV.VDVVVtjOVUVVVV'VjQUO
air age, then I don't want to be J }
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The terminal is being en- jar s.. .
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Edward C. Welsh, executive Stamps
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on the nation's man- expires Wed. March 25. 1S64 g apple I mince I
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LOS ANGELES (AP) Mrs. Jftl; Green Stamps:37: (. :.. t A $64'9S"RETAIL VALUE! 5 9
Stanley Kramer, wife of the I with"-ilia_a
movie producer, is suing, for Lucky Whip Dessert Topping e Compact Light-Weight each
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5-ox. jar $1.09 apothecary far at the GE
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Radical party has decided to
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government of President your

Jorge Party AlessandrL leaders announced Fri- drivers licenses tan e.. 1 303 e.. ig- "i* 29 ";:? 29 10 2 99 2 Vii. 39'. .

day night the decision to with ia
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II 1 t Two Democrats EARlY BIRD MLEq' 5s

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1 WASHINGTON (AP) Secre- I the country's "quitters" had 4

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4C Gainesville Sun Sunday,_ March_22,_1964 J

"' 1CO TIRE ((111il011 IOW tiIlA1' JUST TO SHOO()ttX U) I'M A 6000 ,.

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.r What' your problem? For a general -
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::.. reply I write to Abby Box 3365."Beverly Fo' the Skeptics I:) C 1

Hills Calif.. 90212. and -

\ include a self-addressed stamped en- 9 < J

velope. Abby answers all mail.
Abigail Van Buren wA..a 1

looking for a fight, use reverse English and give him the old E>Cry FRIEND / CONFERENCE TWO 10 WJ E A MY CUT FOR J S. BUT REMEMBER _>
; "You're right Dear." He'll catch on. CASEY --/> ROONLY/JT GRAND? MILLION. MARRYJN'A *< YOlREMyGOUj
11C 4 .' FOR? a MILLION// PLUTONIC// .
._ .c>><: DEAR ABBY: You once gave me your recipe for Southern i iirf K"" i j STi.i lKV>'
.... -_ w 't" ;1 6'f..i'f 4 Re pecan pie. I baked one for my family, and they just raved,
:.. about how delicious it was. Then I baked two more and servedit =
I to my "Club." All the women wanted the recipe. I didn't
I r 1.t< ;._\ 3* : sT think it would be right, Abby, if I gave it out without asking t wt

\') n'l c your permission. If you say no, 111 guard it with my life. =

I .. : Florence 0. in Hannibal, Mo. <
,. -" .. : .......<.:..... DEAR FLORENCE: I hope your life is worth more than

::' THREE VIEWS OF COLUMNIST one cup of white corn syrup, one cup of dark brown sugar,
,.... I. one third cup of melted butter, one heaping cup of shelled ., ac f Rx's
:' .: DEAR READERS: I am continually receiving letters from pecans, three whole eggs, a dash of vanilla and a pinch of .... 3-11

readers who ask "How can you give advice to parents on salt. I can't understand a person who refuses to give out a
-child rearing when you are an old maid yourself?" Or, "The recipe (save a professional chef). Share! I SHORE WILL.
door told that the use with A DADBURN
lady next me picture you your UNK SNUFFV-
W ':column was taken before World War I." Others have asked, DEAR ABBY: May I put in a good word for beards? My JUGHAID-WILL QUARTER? WHAT DOVE WANT QUARTER!!

., "Are you married? Have you any children?" husband has a beautiful beard. Let's face it. Some men can == YE CALEB RUN'S OVERTO HOUSE ME TO GET.

I have, on numerous occasions, answered these questionsIn grow breads and others can't Mine can, and I wouldn't make PER A QUARTER? an I ,,l a
my column, but for those who apparently still do not know, him shave it off for the world. Some men envy him because

.. I offer a few vital statistics: they can't grow one and others because their wives won't let c-- 11 &p: % /lf

':; Abigail Van Buren is a pen name of my own choosing. I them. A man who is a real man will grow a beard if he wantsone.

.' ?.was born on the fourth of July in 1918. In 1939 I married the Besides ,he is very distinctive. Not one person who has rnc
same fine man to whom I am still married. We have two ever met my husband hts forgotten him.

offspring a daughter 21, and a son 19. The picture over my PROUD WIFE s zl

?column was taken about a year ago. I stand five feet nothing, DEAR PROUD: You are proud with good reason. A bearded tut.Olll'J .

and weigh 100 pounds. I was raised on Iowa corn (no remarks, man must be above reproach at all times because he is ::J

) :. ."*'please?) and now reside in southern California. Any more questions easily identified by the hair of his chlnny chin chin.


DEAR ABBY: My husband insists on making a liar out of me

every time I open my mouth. I can be talking to friends, relatives -

our children or to strangers. He is a good man in many ABBY TELLS:

other ways, but his habit of contradicting me is getting me I+;l y

r down. I don't even feel like talking in front of him any more. The Trouble

; When I started to tell my doctor how I felt, my husband inter- a

rupted me, saying, "She doesn't really feel weak and dizzy, she
feels tired and nervous." I am never right. Is there a cure for With Teen-Agers tU I i

'a man like that? <

) : NEVER RIGHT (See Story on Page 1)
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J 5.Kitchen cupboard I R O N E S E A ri C E _

1 10.gadget Miscreant 28.War god DECENT A M E E R Prices Do TooBy en I I i __ _
29.Mediterranean E V A T R A C T ,
11.Mangle wind
13.Oxalic 33:Petrol
boric etc. 34.Lantern L E i G M R I M O S E HENRIETTA T. LETTH ly swamped with orders for the] = USTKEAM 2 PlDNT tGJOW .
j. 14.Placid 35. Dutch und SNEE OV1805' NEW YORK (AP) A great dress. '' ABOUT 30 FEET.TWS :!t' YOU WEZ&SUCH
15.Dress 36.Musical ARM E X E R Tc ladies of fashion high : REALLY s WATER r ANEXPERT CM
many Macy's of the 1 r ''
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: leather studies copy two-piece, T 25TYAFr'R MERE ISPEAPLY WATER .s
16.Not 38. 'Solutioin to Friday's Puzzle) medium or low are going pleated-skirt daytime dress with I THAT HitcE a / POLLUTION!
new Climbing
have to toss their mink stoles the deep V-neck is in
18.1,002 vines DOWN 4.Made pastel silk I
19 Derider 40. Caws frults.I 1.Hickory certain across their bosoms this spring and sells for $69.95.At < s wWAR.
21.Hon 41.Affixes a nut 5.Steam pipe because there will be nothing both Macy's and its friendly = r( Rs

buuud signature to 2.Stralghtm 6.Angered much else covering them.- I IIt's rival, Gimbel's a block away TkIAT WATER. tq
22.Rent 42.Bristles I
3. T.Fooditsht
Supreme a nude season even there are plenty of other deep
23.Stripes .3.Four inches being 8.Glossy
r shoes are baring more than V's-and if you prefer, round or
r t 3 t S r 7 .Fall back usual-and it is showing up square necklines almost as deepto E-4
10.Creases particularly in the neckline, be had in the same price
r.,. II It 12. Checks which is plunging lower and range and lower.Favors .
"I.' [I 17.Coterie lower.
..-. 13 '.. If 20.House
'lIS' What is most startling aboutit

f rT la 21.wings is that the Paris-inspired Confab I THOUGHT T I ALWAYS LOVEP YOU TH6TIWIH 151 PONT rEMEM6ER Z KNOW
t9 2s tIu the fashion world-right downto JAKARTA Indonesia AP )-, : MOTHER.'WHY PIPHT FOR YOU,MY KCABSE OF A FABIT. YOU WERE ILL TOLD ME WHAT I P1P..WT 1.PONT USAi /
governmentsaid '
uf ar. the moderate-priced ready-to- SEE MEf WOULD 6ET WELL FORGET WHAT MAPP6N6P' FATHE ..R ALLY I PIP.
25.Sports wear level Saturday it supports a proposed Maim oUIC! 2S ti r'l"Z1 speeches When fashion conference of nonaligned
magazine recently
Vh "/ ,// '/ 26.S opsisrf nations but it still wants to =:
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hero a model in a black cocktail stage its own talks among AfrIca <

its st as 29.Biilisrd gown with the neckline plunging As1an countries. R

7 6 Dit b stroke nearly to the waist, it noted 4I
31. SO,Co.eraIl that copies of the Dior model
4I 31.Ratify could be obtained ready to wear The countryside south of Are- I
., 32.Minus at several department stores in cibo in Puerto Rico is dotted
14& 41 34.Ruu.rt'er3T.
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m .r." Today in History I i'plate 1942'repeal, a Japanese of Prohibition.In ultimatumto I Ii United Gamal Arab Abdel Republic Nasser chargedthat of the I i .

By Today THE is ASSOCIATED Palm Sunday,PRESS March lution.On this date: WainwrightIn surrender rejected by Bataan Gen.Peninsulawas Jonathan refused Israel the to Iraqi in join 1958 government an and Arab that attackon Egyptwas had 1$1$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I

22, 1964. There are 284 days left In 1820, Commodore Stephen
in the year.Today's Decatur fell mortally woundedin 1944, U.S. heavy bombers not able to do it alone. '
. highlight in history: a duel with Commodore attacked Berlin One year ago-A Paris news- Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast

James Barren in Bladensburg, Chinese
Ten years agoThe paper, Le Monde, quoted Cuban
On this date in 1765 King Md. Nationalist Assembly on .Formosa
Minister Fidel Castro as
George III approved the Stamp In 1933,President Franklin D. re-elected Chiang Kai- PremierKhrushchev's
I bill shek president for a six-year being critical of Soviet Week's 1. Th prize for the correct solution to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLEwill
Act-an event that to Roosevelt legaliz-
was play signed a
,. | actions in the be JlzS. If no correct solution Is received In this Sundays puzzle then mIn
an important part in the events ing the sale of wines and 3.21 term. prize money will be added to next week's award, making next week's prize $150.

'I leading to the American Rev beer a preliminary to com Five years ago -President Cuban missile PrizetcordExplanations : 2. If the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The Sun
j crisis."I for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of SlOG will be added. If more than
I -- i:)"" ; one be divided correct among puzzle is them.received from home-delivered subscribers. the bonus will

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WORD PUZZLE. If mon than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is received
!, rAif I II { solution.. the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the correct

'CLUES ACROSS: 4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each
I if 'f" clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle
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fEff, (I I 1f' "The things the Victorians had Fla., during regular office hours.

liEae fYRI to WEAR," yes, as the Victorian t. Winners. If any and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
PUZZLE will be announced and a new PRIZEWORO PUZZLE published In nextSUnday's
for The Victoran
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standing for its clothing, parti- errors or any other errors which may appear in any published material
inns, collectively, didn't really GOOD OLE PETE to ocAnection wifl this confect

LB. have any particualr "things
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) to bear or to fear," that is,

$ 19 which should be pointed more

I + 100%. than those of today. WINNERWILL Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard .

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a : less dangerous thing to do favors 7 L L S //.H t lN9GIi
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is" safe enough "to step in
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n lFl EHW f f IL I INYIOuyEEO approaching car," as long as to win this game today? We've I 1
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you keep moving as, for example a fat bundle of cash waiting fora ,,;;0;, N : 5

"COPELAND" Mix-or-Match in your own "car" at an PRIZEWORD Winner, who / N / / 15 ,!M G j@

equivalent speed. ever he or she may be. A sin 16 IO"f

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LUNCH MEAT 16. ROAD not load. Loadof worth $225 to a regular sub 20"N 1N 18. I'"

.r r.Ex rwa r1I01'SEft a an P.11 EIEyxpEa -'xII, ( what?) is somewhat vague II scriber. You'll find the rules r. & w
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E'" i would not be relevant to the this page along with a free ? -

SALE'! "BLUE SEAL" E.M1iaM question of one's own danger, word list to help you decide Ib 20"T t M A

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BOLOGNA ..LIVERCHEESEOLIVE '2"I EL.r, 19. WASTE not haste. WASTEis weeks puzzle is in the word D D /'} 2T I N
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since haste is not necessarily 1964 BELL-MCCLURE SYNDICATEIf
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ness" would be more apt than I matches our predetermined scriber and would like to have The Sun 0
haste. Taste is not good. solution, you'll be a started, please check box. Extra Bonus for
1 i PRIZEWORD winner. home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2
!/ #' Frff 20. STAINS not stairs. Thereare

L STAIN removing preparations We have decided Name

lb. i1a'i + u= but no cleaning aids, specifically to settle

for stairs. -"rr back and Street Number
i /I 6.OZ. PKGS. fa Pk9LIMIT .
t 1r 0 -\, the puzzle take
N bxa Fe.. 23. CHOW not crow. "Into ] care of it's self City State Phone
serious trouble" is too strongfor as we are confi
1 MORE FOOD ORDER PLEASE) crow; at most, a word of: dent that you r'rizeword; 'Pet

49' reproof would be the only will come up Mail to: Prizeword Contest

consequence. CHOW makes a with a winner The Gainesville Sun
:1uRE Box 57, Gainesville Fla.
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iI 24. CAPITAL not capitol. "Vis Azaleas and CLUES ACROSS:

I it" the CAPITAL, yes; but it dogwood are peeping through 3. Animal with long ears.

would be more a case merelyof lining the local links. This
7. It seems particularly sad when very old ones for churches -
FRESH 100% PURE"GROUND -.w c "seeing" the capitoL will make our frequent.?trips tothe fall into disuse.
rough a scenic tour.If .

ri., tea? clE'&Y 7tlrwir a io.r i.M Eon fraI I I can depend on getting a 8. You can understand a busy man-to make hasty decis-
: ElatlEE ce Ps CLUES DOWN: winner every week I'll be ableto ions. '

concentrate on staying in 10. There are times when one simply needs a steadying hand.
12" the
; fairways.
"THRIFTY"BEEF 2. INVENTIONS not Intentions 11. What a man may occasionally have to dip into his pocketfor.

uaa EE4,w r..4 .,.., INVENTIONS is more It's always a thrill for us to .
her a
mra f we.FEff directly apt. Normally, there is call one of you and give you
Acs p ovr.I+IEII BLEACH ,ate little question of "appreciating" the happy news that you have 12. Outstanding-can certainly discourage men, at times.
11 f .. intentions; it is more a questionof 'I solved our puzzle. You might be 15. A rustic.

E.f fr. "appreciating" the ACT con- the next person we call. 16. A- of water could mean a Jl\t to a man lost In the de
I as
cerned. sert.
Get started on that elusive puzzle -
M right Talk the 18. Married.
now. over
3. HUNT not hurl "In
I C clues with your family and 20. Might be cruelly used by a brutal man.
QUART MAN," generally, it is doubt-
friends. 22. When quick-is taken to to absolute exactness
a go may
ful if there IS, simply,
$ 00 PLASTIC an "instinct to hurt". (i.e.,,with- Each member of your familycan not be necessary.

Ibs. out motive). A deep, inherited send in up to five entries. 26. Interrupted in the middle of it, a man may reasonably be

ed:1oi HUNTing "instinct" is a more On the clues your not too sure annoyed.

fTe r reasonable supposition. of, change the answers on different
.r (LIMIT: TWO WITH YOUR, $I. OR 27. When surrounded by enemies, It's not easy to be-.
.. MORE, FOOD ORDER. PLEASE) entries. Read the rules,
5. SKID not skis. A SKID'and check the clues. We'll be CLUES DOWN:

"leaves characteristic" tire I waiting for your entries and

ri a.eK "marks," yes. Skis "leave" a'' looking for a winner. 1. Process of logic.

TIRE whole trail not just- "marks," 2. A creative man will hate to have his scoffed at.
and it is IN the snow rather
and T than "ON the surface." 4. A brilliant-will certainly merit applause.

i 5. Was seated. '
--- 6. LETTER not litter. As the
COLO..UL. JUICY" FLORIDAORANGES clue implies, "the boss" will 6Solution 4 S9 6. For-a spy, you'd be liable to get Into serious trouble.

60001E-FIttO[ eventually have to "see" the 9. Though you know one to be wrong, it may not be ,tactfu
LETTER. The litter, however, to
EASIER* n may be cleared up without "the
= 1 I'I boss" having to "see it." 13. Flow out suddenly.

BASKETS,, .., .., "__: ,
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8. DART not dirt. Since dirt,

of ITSELF, can "incense" a 17. To make a -is not a very complicated procedure.

50 EXTRA the idea of this
man ,
GOLD 18. No would be invited to a stag party.
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win this COUPM & being "FLUNG at him, is
The Purchase .
"Mrs. Filbert's" BOND 5 LB more necessary for DART. L 19. Business transaction.
21. A man might be of such a nature and not care particularly -
OLEO STAMPS BAG 15. PATRON not matron. The .
who knows it.
2 Lib. pk9s.65e ,clue is apt of PATRON as, a ;

PATRON "is likely" mere' 23. It's made with fruit.

Coupo good at THRIFTWAY Only "'' "to feel a certain sense of re-
Throws* Wei, Mirch is sponsibility." But a matron 24. Young goat

may well be GIVEN SPECIFIC 25. Writing fluid.
I responsibilities. Last Weeks

100 EXTRA *

With this Coups & GOLD Puzzle FREE WORD LIST
The Purchase of ii 17. MATCH not catch. "An

STAMPS vidual, favoring MATCH, rather N PUZZLE
12.0:. pkg. DINNER than a "man" of modest nann 0 ona KID FINE KIND SET _

$1.59Coupon EGGS2DOZ. means, as for catch. BEE WEAR ADDITION GOAD KING SHOT ,
j Through Wet. March 2S 000 P ASS GUESS LOSS SOT
2 ROLLS 18. GIFT not lift. GIFT,'yes. ( AUDI nON .GUEST MOSS TOSS
It is not so much that she
12 minds him "giving his secretary HAVING PINT WED
GOLD : a lift," as that she fears INS T R BOSS HIDING PlANS WEllS
With this Coupon & I there is more to it than just HfflHE CElLS HINT.PLAYS WINE
The Purchase ef i

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) a week, 422 NW 8th Ave.
LOST: Pair of ladles white prescription CAREER OPPORTUNITYIF about clothes cleaned at you. call 3722527. ask for Gene
sun glasses. In black In AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 Tues. thru FrL papers-5 p.m. Day before publicationFor = Paramore. We have availableour
WANTED for employed
housekeeper presently
elderly are
leather pouch. Reward. PhoneFR you hr. service; free pickup and ads to go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. Ii 80 plans to choose from.
the debit insurance business
couple S15 per week, and room as
I 64777. ; delivery; AIR-WAY costs less; For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. Complete financing can be explained
board. Waldo 448-1752. Mr. an agent or supervisor, and you V, S.E. lIfts St. FB 5-5US. to you right in your own
Birt Box 4. Hampton. Fla. are not satisfied with your oppor. -
home. For
tIIirt1 4 Personalised Services tunity to advance, and make (Minimum ad 4 lines) $8 appointment call.
Equipment :;
CAPABLE personable secretary, money while doing so, you should
proficient 'in shorthand typo Investigate this ad. FAMILY RATES I Of Gainesville Inc.
LEARN TO DRIVE! Special attention ing meeting public. If not qualified If you have a successful record Builders of Ktagsberry Homes

to nervous or elderly. pleas do not apply. See with present company and your *. TANDEM Ford disc harrow $125. 1 Insertion ..................... ........................ 34c line Ph. 3722527. nltes 372-7401.
Easy Way Driving School. FR Mr. Jennings or Mr. Webb after personal character and reputation Reversible blade for ;3 point 3 Insertions ........................................-.... 22c line m GLADYS
2-7002. Lic. by State of Fla. 2 p.m. Citizen's Bank' in will stand rigid InvestiGation hitch $65. Ford bedding discs 6 Insertions ............................................... 17C line SMITH
E. Univ. Ave.SECRETARY you will be given an S5 CUt-eff saw $35 FR 6-6650 Insertions ...................._.. ...... .................. 14c line
: Quality home
unlimited opportunity to make Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat camE: In
PHARMACY 27 Food ft- complete every detail. Excellent -
116 Central Plaza wanted, evperien- money and advance with one ofFlortda' FertiliserDARY ed x number of Insertions. : construction. Large lot with
ced In
using IBM typewriter most progressive combination -
(next to Winn-Dixie many trees and shrubs. Three
.. For prescriptions & cosmetics use equipment.shorthand Must efficiently.be able Experience to Mr. Matthews Life Insurance Hotel Co.Thomas Call FERTILIZER st.oo per bedrooms. two tile baths. Extra

I.D.L. DRUGSTORE absolutely necessary. Mon. or Tues. for personal In : yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376- S Five letter words per line I ISame living large room Florida with' Room.fireplace.Carpeted Complete

You NURSE would like someone to Write box 376-A Gainesville Sun. terview. In confidence, or write 5535- built-in kitchen. Hardwood

care for In her own private WANTED woman to do general P.O. Box ". Gainesville. A? + I I floors. 2" welL The Owner has
28 Livestock & 2 lines
home. Lovely room ad loin- Supplies
reduced the and
housework, cook and drive price wants to
Ing bath. Phone FR 4-0721. 2943 NW 6th St. car. MAN 21 years or over to work 8 Pt. ordinary type I SELL. Call 372-5393 for an appointment
with our manager in the area r
to see this fine bargain
SWINGING young couple would WAITRESS. experienced, all shifts, of Central Florida. Car required. c CHESTNUT mare, medium/ spirited i 19 PtSame as 3 lines 5: I In a home.
like to meet other Intelligent opening new Steak Room. Apply Out Monday A. M. to Friday riding horse good with cattle \ { ri. ordinary type
couples with Imagination. new University inn In person. P. M. each week. $105.00 j4t $200. Chestnut gelding 2 yr. Black Acres: Contemporary home
Ideas. Apply box 383-m In care per week salary with -dded L.? old, needs more training $180. T O 4 lines built to last. Excellent In aU de
of Gainesville Sun. RECEPTIONIST for: dental office weekly Incentive pay. Permanent Or, will exchange for gentle riding I O Pt.ordInary type tails. Easy to heat and cool.
with some dental assistance. position. Write Mr. H. F. horse suitable for childrenSee Large. living area with fireplaceand
E SPECIAL NOTICES Prefer someone with bookkeepingand McCulla P. O. Box 18171, Tampa after 6 P.M. or anytime I I overlooking a secluded gar
clerical knowledge. & wllW-. Florida. Include In a letter
weekends." Ph. FR 24M7 den. Be. uti ful kitchen with"
SACRIFICE equity in like new Ing. to work. Write Box 377-A, complete name, address. tele- 24 Pt Same a s 5 lines breakfast room. Three extra

1964 model white automatic ZigZag c/o Gainesville Sun, giving qualifications phone number. and available age and to REGISTERED three year old ordinary type large bedrooms, two tile baths.
age & marital status. date you would be Good either
sewing machine In Console Hereford bull. Good breeding. financing. conventional -
start training (with pay)
cabinet. Does everything. Reason BEAUTY IS YOUR BUSINESS. work If accepted. Interview will Reasonable. Phone FR 6-3371. or FHA. Let us show you

for selling leaving town April Immediate openings for mature be arranged with you In the 2 SMALL horses gentle for children The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one this 372.5393 modern for an home appointment.today. Phone
1st. Assume payments. $4.25 per woman to service excellent rural near future. or grown-ups. One 5 yr. I Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement -

month. Balance $63. Phone 376- territory. Pleasant, dignified ROUTE salesman for established old mare. One 4 yr. old gelding. to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu- g GLADYS SMITH REALTOR
2351. after 4:30 work. No experience neededwe ,
p.m. GR 5-5442. pied by the i'em M the advertisement. No
Will adjustment will
route. No experience. $8
will train you to show Avon MULTIPLE LISTING
FOR SALE r X 10 pool; 10" Cosmetics. Call Mrs. Bums train. Familiar with Ocala & BABY calves, milk beef type. be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of g ASSOCIATES:
SChweln girl's bicycle training FR 20421.ADMITTING. surroundings. Salary & comm. had mother's milk from 3 to 10 the advertisement. Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon
wheels; t* metal slide. 10 miles Apply at 1319 S. Main St. 5:00 days weaned milk and beef I i I Caroline Noyes Florence Bums
out on Mllhopper Rd. Julie Zim clerk good typist P. M. to 8:00 P.M. type yearlings. M. F. Parrlsh, 12M W. University 372-5393
1o Longer merman. neat appearance. abilityto & RE- Anthony, Fla. 429-231S. j The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- B
meet public. Minimum 1 DELIVERY -Old established firm lectlng any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to 1

DRIVER wanted to drive couple to yr. college. Night work and rotation CEIVING: train In wholesale 30 PETS (' SUPPLIES change the classification of any advertisement from that or- = FRED
Chicago or Minneapolis April Ut. of week-ends necessary. Apply wants electronic i man supply to with I i! dered/ to conform to the policy of the paper. =so

Wm. Well, FR 2-7440. 1214 SW personnel office, Alachua tY MEit i
In sales. With largest .. .
2nd Ave.. Apt. 2V. General Hospital.SECRETARY tor In Its field In CHIHUAHUA puppies AKC reg. 3

TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly Receptionist for Must be bondable age dlStribu-1 yours beautiful early.Easter Mrs.gifts' Ballentlne select, 1__.L 1-1IIDI.-JIIIIIII1IIIII _IIIIIIIIIIIIII! ARNOLD
Dex-.DletJ. New name same dental office write box 3S2-A 35 and have driver's
formula, only Me. Canova's Drug In care of Gainesville Sun. giv- ply 1012 5. Main St. -...? fashion Skimmer Is a 2005 E. Univ. Ave. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale

Store, 37 N. Main St. ing name, age typing ability, CHRISTIAN MAN needed. Full or delight to sew In crepe linen, GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC reg- REALTORECONOMY
bookkeeping experience. Dental part-time-lifetime security. Experience cotton-simply a matter of. few istered. Pedigreed. X-ray parents.
DUE to divorce I have a like office experience helpful, but Sunday School ministry seams zipper, facings. Fun to Guaranteed. FR 6-2380. NEW 3 bedroom, CCB, $8,995 NEED SPACE? 3 bedroom home.
new if44 model Zig Zag Automatic not necessary. helpful. Earn $100 w e -e kly accessorize many different ways. $450 down. $65 month. Phone plenty of storage quiet neigh-
sewing machine: that Printed COCKER Spaniel puppies AKC borhood. 2626 NW
and up. No competition. Write Pattern9353: 495-2441, FR 4-4311. 2nd Ave.
does everything. We would like John Rudin Co., 22 W. MadI- Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14 16, 11.I reg. $35. "Little Beauties". Also Day Night Ph. FR 2-0992.
some one to take up paymentsof 12 Mile Help Wanted son St.. Chicago 2, ilL I Size 16 takes 3 yards 35-Inch. Stud service & grown dogs for 2 bedrooms 1 bath concrete

$6.00 per mo. Ph. 372-205- sale. Call 481-2362- $250 DOWN LIKE THEWEATHER block home with large screened
for this
: LARGE Correspondence School FOR sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male 2 BR frame house located on porch. Northwest location. $1,000
I Need 8 Bay Sitters Child Car. ROUTE man wanted. Good physical needs experienced salesman to pattern-add pattern for 15 first-class cents for maiUng each and female $50 for both. Call NW 12th Terr. $55 per month. ? I down and $65 per month. Full
condition 21 to 35. Married; leads. Excellent FR 66539HEALTHY price $9,000.HARD.
close qualified and
special handling. Send
to You'll be comfortable In
must be bondable. High school any
TINY TOT commissions. liberal overwrite Marian Martin Gainesville Sun NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES weather in this new 3-bedroom.
education preferred. Apply 204 bonus. Expandable territ o r y. I Pattern Dept. 232 West 18th St.. puppies. Collie. Beagle $500 down. $65 month, located on 2-baths fully air conditioned TO FINDSplit
PLAY SCHOOL SW 5th St. Wide-open opportunity to earn New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly Basenll mixtures, $12 each. SE 45th Terr. Hugh Edwards home. Built In
$10.000-$18,000. Answer only if Call FR 2-1987. level with only $450 down
TV kitchen
WANTED at once experienced Includes General Electric
Visit us and see for yourself. you have had successful experience SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Call FR 2-2372 or FR 2-5933. and $93.52 a month payment. In-
and Pohongraph repair man. oven and and
24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. selling Intangibles or Your free pattern Is 2 PUREBRED Beagles for sale. 1 range refrigerator. cludes dishwasher and disposal.
Salary open. Reply to Box 373.AGainesville Write Box 367-M care of male & 1 female I Large laundry room. VA, FHAor Three
books. weeks bedrooms
r PLANNED awaits Sun. -chose It from 250 design Ideas old. 2 BEDROOM house on 34 acres. Conventional. and two baths
pre-school program youngster at JACK your Gainesville Sun.13Help In new SPRING-SUMMER Pattern _$25 each. Call FR 6-1076. Modern conveniences. West of and an easy walk to school.QUALITY .

& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. Catalog, lust out) Dresses. FOUR lovely young cats need good Hampton. Owner M. A. Payne.P. HUGH EDWARDS,

Music programs educational BUYER Male or Female sportswear 50 cents now.14Sales .coats morel Send home one calico. Tel. FR 2-1806 Phone. O. 964-3794.Box 626. Starke, Fla. INC.NE
film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrL; after S p.m. .
S bedroom 2
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. 16th Ave. and 15th St. masonry
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR Help Wanted FOR sale purebred Beagle pups FOR SALE BY OWNER NW FR 2-1551 home with screened porch and
CHILD CARE. $1 per week. Saby Exp. secretaries salary open and cross-bred. Cheap price. Section, 3 BR, 2 bath, CCB. terrace. Excellent neighborhood.Large .
sitting 40c an hour. Anytime. Cashler-hostMS attractive ROOF COATING James Kennel. Phone 473-4958 central heat, built-in appliances. built-in kitchen. central
North Central Florida Department
Phone 3727601. store has opening for ex White houseKeeper, $25 wIc. SALESMANIf Keystone Heights.SEALPOINT Large utility room dbl.. carport li 1 STORY heat. Situated on attractive landscaped -
Bookkeeper, salary open
paved street, on sewer. Small lot on paved street.
WILL BABYSIT In my home anytime perlenced Men's and Boy's Wear Exp. Waitress, salary comm. you are selling Roof Coatingsand Siamese kittens 8 down $19,000.
any age child. ne Buyer. Salary $400 to $600 per Exp. mechanicsStore Paints and not presently weeks old $20 ea. Phone 376. payment. FR 4-4774 after 4
3748147. 1409 N.E. 8th _rnonth, plus Bonus. Apply In.r.u.M trainee, hi schl. grad. satisfied -this Is an exceptional 9033. pjn.NO RED BRICK

|jK or writing giving comBBBfeSine Off. trainee hi! schl. grad. opportunity.Man DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 ELEGANCEWall
Or Use DAY care for children In my home. .. to Wilson Department Tree surgeon, foreman $2 hr. 33 LOTS FOR SALE bath Central heat central air -
NW section. FR 2-9741. Store Inc. Gainesville. Auto salesman Exp. chosen will work on exclu- cond. Northwest. 19000. Call Fireplace-strip oak floors- to wall carpeting In large
Short order grill man sive 50 pet. Profit Sharing Plan I 376-2927. very large kitchen with builtIn living and dining rooms. Efficient
WORTHINGTON BROOKER Insurance trainee, $100 wk. that pays the highest commissions 100 x 100 LOT. trees. ready to appliances rear screened kitchen with stainless steel sinks
ALACHUA SALESMAN wanted: Attractive Route salesman. Levy Co. In the Industry. Products build, NW sect. on paved St. In NO qualifying. FHA financing. 4 porch can be converted into dishwasher built-in range and
BABY-sining In private home, proposition to Insurance salesman CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. nationally advertised and a year city limits. Restricted. Reason BR. 2 baths low down pay. Fla. room-rear patio for privacy oven. Beautiful wooded lot. Un-
with fenced back yard. Lovingcare. or real estate salesman. 120 SE 1st Ave. round promotion program.We able. Phone FR 2-0982 before I ment. :lOOt NE 12th St. 372-6590. :3 very large bedrooms 2 der $40,000.
Reasonable rates. 462. Call 376-3507 for appointment. Phone 3764234 I' A.M. or after 5 P.M. baths. Floored upstairs and
1577. location. LaCross Fla. MAN or woman for part-time are also looking for that man 3 BR. I bath, 3 blocks Little- ready to convert into 4th and
SALESMAN for sales and service. collection work. Must have with experience in this field i FOR SALE 1 acre land. Rainbow wood school. Stove. refrlg. carPet 5th bedroom or play room as ARNOLDREALTY
COMPETENT mother will care Married Lakes Estates selling I I for $500 down. $95 needed. LIKE NEW Inside
man preferred. Salary credit/ experience. Apply In per. who Is either experienced In I mo. No -
for children. Days or after and commission. Apply Manager. J. M. Fields Credit Dept. training men or can develope S&495. Will sell for $2.000 cash closing cost $12,800 total. FR LIKE OLD yard and landscaping. -
school. Reasonable. In son.
my Singer Company, 216 West University quickly to District Manager. We or $900 and take over p a yments 2-6060, 528 NW 34th Terr. Frankly we wonder If FHA COMPANY
home. 909 S. E. 1st Ave. FR 4- .
I Ave. CAFETERIA counter man or woman have a fine opening In this area. Phone 372-4645. 3 did not make a mistake when Multiple Listing Member
paved St. built-
I needed. Apply College Inn, I they valued this property at only 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522
keep pre-school child In ROUTE SALESMAN experienced; 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone 'I' For details write Vice President. 34 Waterfront Property $500 In oven down, nice& neighborh$80 0 o d, $17,500. with lust $1,000 down Associates: Pete Slea
cigar and candy preferred es- Colonial mo. 1621 Including closing costs. You
my home for working mother. calls. Refining Chemical Co. SE 25th Ave. FR 2-1901. Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason
2910 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 3769111.Employment tabl'shed! route; Gainesville or I 20575 Center Ridge Rd., may drive past 636 NE 10th Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge
Palatfca area. Cash bond required Cleveland 16. Ohio. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE BY OWNER Ave. for an idea of the value Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman

Must live In territory work 14-Sales Help Wanted DOUGLAS built .like new 3 BR. then call, FR 6-2472 for an o
ed. Apply Lewis Candy & Tobac. 16-Work Wanted Female 30 minutes from Gainesville. 2 bath home. Best location. pointment to see Inside (It looks FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious

co Co., 314 W. South St., Orlando Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom walking .. Fla. FULLER BRUSH dealership aver- lake. Good beach front, down. We pay all closing cost. Warner W. Weseman-Realtor to school. Llttlewood Estates.
EXPERIENCED Medical Technician -
age $100 weekly. Phone 3727117. moss covered trees. 313 NW 36th St. 1113 N. Main St. $24,500. Reasonable down pay
FEMALE HELP WANTED desires position with private
11 RETAIL SECURITY MAN must ment. 920 NW 37th Terr. Phone
be over 21 years old, experience MAN wanted to supply Rawlelgh practicing doctor or labo Call WALTER STUBBS, INC. SALE Neat clean 2 BR frame 3 BEDROOM block house for sale. 3725738.
Sell Fast needed national concern.good Products to consumers In W. ratory. Phone 4-27.1. 376-5394 home In Micanopy. Large wood- 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS salary fc benefits. Start Alachua Co. or part Gaines ed lot. $60 down, $60 monthly. and take up payments. Call FR FOR sale or rent beautiful rural
Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating Gainesville area. Excellent vII Ie. Good time to start. No AM giving up |Job to spend more Call evenings 376-3485. 6-4930. home furnished. Out of, th',
famous Studio Girl chance for advancement for capital required. Write Raw- time with my baby. Must WINFRED H. CRAWFORD world for scenic beauty. Access
with Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. right person., Send resume to !leigh FAC -320415, Memphis therefore. give up excellent Reg. Broker, specallzlng In FOR only $450 down $91.27per to Santa Fe lake. A hearfa d>
Phone 376-036 after '. Box 379-A. 'c/o Gainesville Sun. Tenn.MAKtfHO3T5. maid. Call Jean 376-1183 for LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- month payments you can qua NEW HOMESPriced sire for living. G. P. Rippey,
name and reference AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.BEAUTIFUL lify for 4 BR, 2 bath home 1806 Melrose Fla.
Ph. 4755571.
from to $18.000
NW 38th Terr.
GR 5-2911. Will paint Inside
F :Personto 17 Work Wanted Male I & outside completely. For appt.to NO MONEY DOWN VA CHOICE STMORELAND
IN THE lot on the Suwannee see call 372-0481. pay only $100 closing ESTATE
FUN River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- Best terms FHA FOR sale by
N. E. SECTION. For sale by Free lifetime owner refinancabte.
6160. owner Swim Club Met
I BOY wants )fob after school. 15 I ., 2 bedroom large paneled bership. Walk to Schools. 4 BR. 3'level 2000 sq. ft. plus .
years of age. If Interested please CLEARED. fenced 90x200 lot on 1 Florida room. buIIMns. In bed- double garage central heat & air-
call FR HUGH EDWARDS conditioning. You must
2-7874. clear, sand bottom lake 25 i rooms and dining room. Large see the
miles from town. $1,000 landscaped lot. 2 air conditioners. extras. For appointment call
I 18 Schools & Instructions Phone 376-2342. C.Sh.1 FHA $13X100. $400 down. INC.N.E. FR 2-1300.
PersonWANT $75 month. For .
per appointmentcall BY rbafJi'
16th Ave. Cr 15th Street OWNER 3-bedroom
LAKE WINNOTT Bedrooms full FR 2-8629, 1511 N. E. 6th
mod. bath, home at 1605 SE 28th Place.
year-round cottage Terrace.
1st 1
Lesson Free
for sale or lease by owner. Fenced in back yard. Central
Terms. GR HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- heat. Available April 25. $300.
Harvey's Real Estate 5-2242 Melrose. ,
Sale or trade. New BR.
4 down no closlno cost. $82
Bath central heat with fire permo.
I SUNBOATS LICENSE COURSE LAKE house completely furnished/ place. NW 47th Terrace. Price home located In Westmoreland Phone 3724527. '
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE I on Lake Hutchinson. White sand $15,900. Estates. On city sewers pavedSt
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA 218 W. UnlV. Ave. PR .3507., I bottom lake &' nice white beach. CHEAPER THAN RENT 2. BR 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family ACROSS from Univ. Hospital on :

Best buy around. $10,000. Financing 1-bath SE 46th Terr. ".soo. Rm. & living Rm., dining area. S.W. 13th St. split level 3-2,
by owner $1,500 down. Balance Payments $65 per mo. Central heat built-in kitchen Including Lv. Rm., On. Rm., den with 2 ""
ADS & MOTORSWHO 3123721.Opportunity at 6 per cent. Phone FR 2-BR 1-bath SE 46th Terr. $6400. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards bedrooms & bath on lower level

It BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION! 2-4414 after S p.rru or on week $45 per mo. walk to schools close to which can be rented.
I Airlines are hiring 24,460 new ends. And also, some tradHn Houses. U of F & medical center FHA KITTIE FEIBER .'

WOULD LIKE THE 70th employees In last three years. Cad FR 6-7464. 22700. Down payment $1,700. Wilbur Bishop. Realtor FR -5081

Hunter Fiberglass Fishing float 16' ,Aluminum Lone Star Commander TRANSISTOR RADIOS Thousands more will be needed FORDYCETHIS Immediate occupancy. Drive by Nights weekends FR 6-7101
Introduced by Frank Philpott? Boat. Combined with a In demand Men and Womenfor 2 bedroom home with 144 1,400 Ft. plus carport and 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler
From $12.95 to $89.95. porch. 3 BR. and study. 1. 113 NW 25th St. Near 3
lake Is campus.
Barrentlne Trailer and 18 H.P. St. t Ion Agents Ticket frontage the only one of Brothers 372-9545 dally. 3769041night.
1* Hunter Boat .. .. ,... $795.00 Used) Johnson outboard motor. AM-FM ShortwaveBlack's Agents. Hostesses Reservation- its kind. Spacious kitchen dinIng bath, attic fan, built In drawers BR, den. central heat. $450
14' Audio iota Communicationlsts Passenger room combination, Florida vanity, and storage Galorel! 80xl40 down, $80 mo. to FHA qualified
H4 Murray Tilt Trailer .. $142.95 (Fully guaranteed). Take It .
229 W. Univ. Ave. 372-0440. Convenient to Metcalf .
'63 Evinrude IS HP motor $32500 price. $690.BAIRD'S Agents Key Punch Operators room, attractive living room 3 BEDROOM house for sale. Home Buyer. 372-7169.
Total Retail List . $762,95 etc. If you are 17 to 35. high all centrally heated and air con Bishop Parochial Schools. $80 at all times. Near grammar .'
24" GRILLS ditioned. Consult. _Mo. V.A. 4% percent. FR 4-2775. high school and shopping center. NO CLOSING COSTS
Sports Center Special 1 .. $675.00 MARINE CENTER school graduate (or senior), get
Hood-Spit and Motor. facts on our short training pro- FOROYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. FR 2-5122 613 N.W. 12th Ave.

133 Hunter Boat $295.f) 601 S. Main FR 34531 $10.99 gram and placement service. No 376-1236 DUPLEX 3 BR
LINES 14- Murray Tilt Trailer ? $142.95 Goodyear Service Stores obligation. Send your name. $1,500 home Ig. corner Trade lot. $12,750. Perfect for large young family.
equity. for housein
'62 Evinrude 10 H.P. motor $225.00 12' Plywood fishing boats. 725 N. Main 372-3537 age. address and education to: 35 Houses for Sale G'vllle. area. R. Balyeat, Nearly new 4-bedroom rambler.
Airlines T r abilng Division Atlantic Established yard. Huge utility ,
$49.50 2 story duplex NEAR THE UNIVERSITY 1804 Louvre Dr. Jax.
Sport Center Special . $' 5.00 THE TACKLE BOX School. Box 378-M c-o on corner lot. 2 bed- I room. Payments only $70.90 per
The Heart Of East Gainesville"' FLYING INSTRUCTIONSIf Gainesville Sun. A HOME for Florida. Lg. open rooms bi each apartment. Ktt- FOR Sale' by owner 2 BR.. bath : month plus low taxes and Insurance.
EASY TERMS ON CERAL Ch-."- with Charlie living area with walnut paneling chen equipment Included. ONLY concrete block home. on Ig Pay only $375 down.
CHARGE 21791. built-in planters. U. ft. 8X800 DOWN corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW Total price Just $12,966.82.
I want to afford THE RUMORThat sliding glass doors opening onto 55th Terr. FR 6-2179.
enclosed covered patio. 3 BR -
10 little more than gas and I WESTWOODLovely 3 bedroom HUGH EDWARDS, INC :
CENTER 2 baths central airconditionIng
have moved outS 2 bath BY OWNER 3 BR. screened porch,
"Where BOAT ACCESSORIESTOPS oil. Inquire Immediately. Opento wo and heating eat-In kitchen masonry home with famIly NE 16th Ave and 15th St. 372-1551
Quality Sells Itself" ,
carport Ig. shaded comer lot.
room. central heating
limited number only. Flight of town is label Let us with built-in dishwasherand system .
20 N.W. 14th Ave. Instructions available. Meeting Ip.m. built-in oven and range, $10.250 $69 per mo. .1001 NW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath Florida
FR 25011 or FR 6-6893 Friday, March 20th and help you with your tax disposal. Close to schools. utility room carport and spacious 24th Ave. FR 27882.FOR room large utility room. 2 AND SIDE CURTAINS $22, 00. 922 NW 36th Terrace.
DAYS Mon. .Thru FrL 54 Sat. M and lot. carport. Lot 100 175
p.m. return bookkeeping corner NO QUALIFY. x N. W. lo
March 27th at 1860 N.W. 44th
p.m. Custom made to fit your boat. Week days after 3. FR 4-4945. ING N E C E SSARYI OWNER sale. $250 down take up pay. cation. near elementary school.:
L 8. S Auto Trim Ave.. Gainesville. or come anytime problems. ment. $62.70 Mo. Balance t1f
OFFERI 6-368.
14 Plywood Artwood Boat (try 603 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 24641. at your convenience. W. B. MONROE 1 BEDROOM home, air conditioned 600. 3 BR. 1 bath Masonry. 451* _

It for fishing comfort) \V Bottom I W. C. MARTIN wall to wall -carpeting $300 DOWN AND $85. PER MONTH S.W. 47th Way. On Archer FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR,
and H" Sides. With 14 H.P. throughout the home. Draperies. will this Road. Vi mile west of Interstate 2 bath dishwasher, fc disposal.
buy attractive 3 be'S.room
of Classifications to choose I 216 S.E. 1st St. Situated on large wooded lot.
New Scott outboard motor. Take SWIMMING POOLS List home with tile 75. Bud Robinson. FR 2. Small down payment mortgage.
ONLY it price $359.BAIRD'S from TeL FR 2.0634. Sale price S14J50. $1X00 down. bath, masonry oak floors. carport utility ,,". 2915 NE 13th Dr. 376-1583 Sat.
call 27-1161. Weekdays after 5 Sun. After ) weekdays.A .
Skiing Swimming-Diving. room and fenced backyard.NO
601 S. Main St. FR 2-8531. RELAX Fishing Equipment. P-m Anytime on RED TAPEI JUST MA K E OWNER offers spacious nearly TWO bedroom frame house In .
Safety Items. DOWN PAYMENT AND MOVE new 4 Br. home In desirable beautiful country surroundings
S2 IS Foot Aluminum Commander Enjoy) a clean and healthy pool. Golfing Equipment. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY HAZEL HEIGHTSSee RIGHT INI I' N.W. Features galore complete 18 miles west of G'ville lust off .'
: boat. For fresh or salt water. Master Pool Service Inc. Tennis Equipment. our 4-bedroom and 3-bed I kitchen tg. lot. central *lr Newberry Road. Will discuss .
18 H.P. Used) Johnson Outboard Supplies & Monthly cleaning Baseball Equipment. room 2-batti CCB homes with JOHN I & feat screened porch. $31.500 reasonable offer. Celt 372-4415._

Motor.BAIRD'S service. Where to Fish. I For top quality, workmanship built-in electric stove and oven. 529 NW 58th St. FR 6-1569. BY owner 2 bedroom, comerhouse.
MARINE CENTER FR 2-5363 4-0060 2-3171 Plus many many more. call Central heat, city utilities. Available June. 3304
601 S. Main St. FR 2-8531 372-6142 Wired for television and tele MERRILL SKYLINE HEIGHTS N. W. 3rd St Phone FR 2-C783. -
I phone. Large yards completely 3 BR, 2 bath home family room.
a special flatcharge GAINESVILU grassed. Hazel Heights Is In LR & DR central heating & 11 ROOM house 1''' bath, 7 fIreplaces -

UPHOLSTERY he city limits. Equipped wIth REALTORMULTIPLE AC. 4 blocks to elementary & jr. on'J Wk. lot. across ._
service for noncommercial MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the Uea N.W. llrb St.Cket sewer lines close to bus sto. high schools 1 block to nvry from Civic Center Mclntosh* .
SItTING school & 300 ctuO. 52.01 8
low down payment, conventional ery Main St. Mr. Herman> SI2.500.
Pevtse Owner loans. Located on Northwest Phone 372-1494 down (including all costs). ap- .
users only. Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 Free Estimates-nor: vp adeltvory. 39th Ave., West of 13th ASSOCIATESMARCELLA pro. $140 per mo. 1019 NW 36th, I ANGLE WOOD by owner, 3 BR, 2 ::
5 balls Price 117,800.
St. Shown by appointment PARDt Or. own by appointment on $800 down.

Phone FR 2-3824. W. H. BUCKHANNAN..--. __' Iy. FR 462S. -Call 372-2727.- .








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! m : mmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmS 35 Houses fOr'SaI.FORDYCE. 35' Mourn For 'S T. \ 42 Farms '&' Acreage 45 Furnished 'Aprs. p

D i 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 54 Business Rentals 61 Wanted to Buy e

BY THE OWNER in Idylewllde 2Bit. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE EFFICIENCY. water turn. 3505 1 aI

CCB house. tile bath family RURAL PROPERTIES NW 17th St. $35 per mo Call 3 BEDROOM living room, dining WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located ELECTRIC or gas ceramic kiln.
room. Call 3724001 after McKinney Green. Inc. 3723617. room. Tile bath. screened porch. at 620 S. MAin St. Call Contact Allen Edgar 3725395. or

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE A SMALL POND 5:30 P.M. ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR Convenient to shopping center. ,JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR after 6 P. M. 312.1763-
1 IB MesMnaai U.$. Hwy. 441 Micanopy fla.FORDYCE EFFICIENCY apt. living room.I Water furnished. Avalia b I 2-1494. 5
IC&rd.tTknki Sl Wasted to BIT affords the perfect view for this NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 Ph. 466-3>20 Murphey bed. dinette kitchen now. $85. Phone FR 6-3070. WANT TO BUY'pair of mattresses S ,

Ii\ S Last Fen* 53 Macklaery A Teals charming 3 bedroom home in and 4 bedroom. 2 bath CCB I and bath. Centrally located. OFFICE. space for rent. Univ. and box springs twin size. FR 0 i
the northwest section of Gslnesvilie. home. City water lights and I ply Arlington Hotel. Ave. a, Main St. 2nd floor 20c J
<4 Fereaalt>e4 ""Ie.. BBlMlBg Materials 6-5907 after 4 p-rru, ot FR 2-1441, e
Travel lafeniailas) M n........ GeeJa ,Large living room with. sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone I I Investment acreage close to Medical 2 BR. living rnx. kitchen a. 'P-I 49 Rooms For Rent per sq. foot. John Merrill Real ext. 38. I.
I fireplace spacious kitchen format FR 23826.
Center In
southwest. 73 372-1494.
U .
S Special KaUeeairiartsta AaUfmesM Floridaroom adults only. no pets. Phone C f
room. acre parcel approximately 660 Camping Equipment Wanted
MUc. Far Sato 2-4110. reasonable rent. 434
I and studio. Do plan to see FIRST TIMEADVERTISED x 1420 for $5.500. BeautIful ro'l- NICE room. close In. Private entrance AIR CONDITIONED
I Baby Sitters. CUU Carerimers SI Tra4ttat FaetaSSArUcUe this home by consulting I ing hills. over 100 acres. perfect 2nd St. all channel antenna. Off NEARLY new modern office or Phone FR 2-3307 5 I
i T. Ga Ami Wasted ,FORDYCE ASSOCIATES I for horses and cattle. $375.. 5 ROOM rum. apt. Clean & comfortable street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd location at 3733 West Univ. Ave

...'ftIap T. ..* 70 Pad Baafe Oil. Mariaa A Weeds 376JI36.22nd :3 BR pre-owned home. completely : an acre.FORDYCE. water turn. $75 per Place. FR 22582 Ph. FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty. 64 Household Good
1113 N- Main St.
& ASSOCIATES. INC. rronth. Adults onlv. No pets.
1 71 Camp B.... Flak reconditioned. Fla. rm. re- A COMFORTABLE
AuToMOTIVEo.Au. n 6 West Avenue Can be at 225 SW 2nd St. front room. 3
N.W.. 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath home finished Ideal University seen
..... Balea-ftCBtala n Office E,a1pae7S >, located In the J. J. Flnley parque floors. location. 376-1236 Phone 376-4037. windows. off street parking gentleman 56 Business Opportunities T-A-G APPLIANCES :
An excellent value at -
Mulcal MerekaaJUeREAL only. Call FR 65953. Tested and Guaranteed
11 Makte flees far Bate School area Interesting kitchen a
13750. FHA $550 down Includes STOP LOOKING Sub-let Apr. 15- 42 Refrigerators from $39
n-Traeka far Sato separate dining room. paneled upS .
43 Colored QUIET. desirable. In private home.
closing costs. Property furn..
Tracks Wasted living room and den all May 1, 2 BR. completely Ranges from $39 up .
air cond. apt. T-V antenna IncLtt Convenient to University and ESTABLISHED grocery store real 17 Washers
ESTATE FOR SALE air condit- from $19 uo
heated and
II Traders *Track HeaUUSTTralter centrally
town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. estate. stock and fixtures. Excellent .
% blks. from Married a
XeatalsSlMatererelei ioned. Consult FORDYCE ASSOCIATES HUGH EDWARDS INC. HOMES FOR SALE campus. Dryers from $49 up
1 Scaaters4ABteseeUa 23 Lets far Sale INC, 376-1236.- NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.. 372-1551. 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & couple pfd. $100 per mo. Call FR 6-5348. 6-2100. opportunity reasonably 2 Food-Freezers from 199 up
l 54 Watertraat Pra.ert7 SE 7th Ave. Some no down payment. 376-3364. COMFORTABLE priced. Worth Investigating and 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
I $ Repairs YOUNG EXECUTIVES 3 LG. BR. 2 bath. panelled LR. room close-In investing. Robert C. Smith. 10 TV Sets
.. ...... aa Reuse fwe ateaa34Cattae Some small down pay FURNISHED for rent with maid service of from $35 up
.De. far. atM win appreciate the value In this fireplace attached garage. HW meAt. Monthly payment $57 to apt use pnone. Realtor Micanopy. Ph. 466-3120. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
Bwa, CarsEDUCATIONAL Far Bale home. Center hallwayand living room. kitchen. bedroom. reasonable. 622 NE 2nd St.
: 17 Zeal Estate Esckaae4Xa a beautiful plan accentuates floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. $65. Also homes' built on your tile bath & air condition. Tel. Phone 376-1423. BARGE CANAL-boatyard .& Marina. 419 NW sth AvePh. 372-5303
NW near Stephen Foster. S1450Q, lot for no down payment.Call Sell trade.
Baal Estate Wasted this delightful home. ,Living FR 29569.DELIGHTFUL. I or Bldg. 50 x REPOSSESSED Furniture 3
$450 dp. FR 2-4851. TOMMY RIDGELL NICELY furnished 230. Boat lift. In a, outside stor rooms
St Oat af Tav Frav ert7' rooms convenIent
room with fireplace light and I living room dinette bedroom..
&.... lastnetiea Builder Phone FR 2-4125 .
U A surroundings.Furnished.
4S B....... to town & Univ. Prefer age. 329 River St. Palatka FIst
Preperttas Florida bed FOR SALE BY BR 17 pieces. Price was $444JS. Nowl
; U Msila. Daaatnc airy room large OWNER. 4 2 2 large rooms. Private businessmen. I SW 10th St.
I tO Waste*-Instraetieai 41 BesldeaUal iBeasma rooms and excellent storage are bath. Ig. Fla. Rm. Ig. utility bath and entrance. Cou Phone FR 6-5981. EXTRA MONEY $280.00 Payments $13.00 monthly
f 43 Farm a> ersag. only some of the many features. area Separate living Rm. dining. pie. First floor. 708 E. Univ. S2SS5 down payment. McDanlell's. -

( EMPLOYMENT 43 Catered Praperty -.Rentals Consult FORDYCE fc ASSOCIATES and kitchen. Wall to wall carpetIn Ave ROOMS for men. Weekly maid Here Is an opportunity to be In a \ Gville Shopping Center.
C.. Catered Property Sates INC. 3761236.
living room. Glass sliding service. Linens and refrigerator steady high profit business of
Wasted Kale .
II Wark SMALL with kitchen
REDWOOD door leading to large 16' by 24' furn. room FURNISHED apartment. Near furnished. 3721185. your own. Operate full or part 65 Antiques
II Werk Wasted Female RENTALS shutters and a modem touch. patio. Fenced hi back yard carport privileges. Prefer marrl e d business center. Water Furn time servicing accounts for firm
14 Sales Help, Wsaie couple. or 2 men. 3727654. 602 ished. FR 2-1823.
$11100 per month Including tax. and storage area. 1325 NE $60. Phone or SUMMER trimester girl student. whose p r oducts are nationally
U Help-Mate Feaiala 44 Catlacet Far Beat SE 14th Terrace. 2-3794. $125. Accepted students advertised. NO
given Absolutely SELL
I es and Insurance will purchase 12th Terr. $19,500.WESTWOOD ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call
U Mate Bel* Wasted 41 FaraUke* A>... this brick home after a low down priority for full year accomoda- ING. Fully refundable deposit of 372-6310. .

I DraasaUaII 44 Cafaralsaca1 pts. payment. Built-in oven and surface LITTLEWOOD 44 Cottages for Rent tions. Phone 3764787. $497 required. Reply Box 380-M ...
I Feaiate Hat* Wasted 47 Haaiea far Beat Farm. unit In kitchen and many Walking distance to schools. 3 46 Unfurnished Aprs. c/o Gainesville Sun. WALNUT bookcase. :. "
BR. 2 baths home in Skyline FURNISHED room with private 42by 84. .
45 Haaict far Beat Uafarm.4S ertrr features. ..
FARMS & LIVESTOCK Ba..a far Beat Heights. Study. hardwood floors. FURNISHED 3 rooms & bath. 3 bath. Central heat. tel. 8gar- OTHER business forces me to two drawer base six shelves. .. at

:. rum Etmtf meat M Hatel BaaaiSSI FORDYCE built-in range & oven. Cent miles from courthouse. For married FIVE rooms and bath. downtownarea. age. Call FR 43112.STUDENTfurnished sell grocery store this week. original glass. Call 3729574. ...

I 27 Feed A Fertiliser lilac. Restate heat. Shaded back yard. Call couple or single person. Water furnished. S60 month. Doing. good business. all colored FOR SALE Epworth organ. French ..

21 Uveateck 8>p Ha2S Its Wasted Ta Real 3764662. $55 per month. Inquire 31 N. No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 2-1633. room. $28 per month air single.cooled$45 67231. sm.after down 7 p-irt payment.FR 2-0641.FR Reglency chair; oak hall tree. ..

I Laoaieaplnr Tap 811 U Baarderi Wasted I ASSOCIATES INC NEW Cement block home. completely Main or call FR 28404. 3 Bedroom unfurnished duplex. double. Cheaper by the Semes- Call 472-4724 5 P.M. to f P.M. .

M Pets A Supplies U Office Desk Space I REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS furnished; On Lake Sus I SMALL furnished cottage & trailer I Living room. bath and kitchen. ter. For information phone 372- I ..

U-UTtsUek WaaWFINANCIAL M Baslaess Btatals I MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS an. 25 miles from Gainesville. for rent. Ideal for working couple. S75 per month. 4Vj miles from 0481 after 9 p.m. ONLY. Merchandise 66 Misc. For SaleDOWLINGS -

f Grace S. Fordyce Mary Moelter' Low down,payment. Easy monthly Moore's trailer court. 2330 E. downtown. Call FR 2341 until ,
SERVICE E. W. Moeller, Harvey Bent on terms. For more Information Univ. Ave 376-1164. 5 p.m. After 5. and Saturday FR MEN WOMEN Rooms and r
I SIt West Avenue apartments. near Campus. Day. UPHOLSTERY
M Basinets OppertanlUee tt Special Berrlcea emil -3724289 after 5pm. 22648.
37e-12M Week Month. FR 6-2937 or FR Chairs. low as $8. No money
57 M eaev ta Lean 53 Haaia I.pren..t.U 45 Furnished Apts. 6-1082. 61 Wanted to Buy down low as $5 per month.

aa Mertf,.. Sadie A TY lurks 37 R.r'Eat.t. ExchangedFOR 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Free estimates pickup and delivery

M Meaty Wasted 55 Aapllaaee A FBraltara PARRISHPRESENTS NICE. quiet ,room, carport & telephone WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture service. All work guaran

-.--.---.--..__________w__ SPACIOUS down stairs 2 beoroom or kitchen privilege. S'O stoves. refrigerators teed. Phone 376-77S6.
z I-- sale or trade for farm or furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd I weekly. FR 6-1961. clothes. radios TV. etc. Call
LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom
, 1 I acreage small house of 2 Br. St. $70 month. Phone FR a- I' FR 23937. 9 CASE Coke dry box with lift
"35 Houses for S.?. 35 Houses for Se" & bath with green aluminum sidings 5270. houses. month or year. Mathew-I PRIVATE bath and entrance. doors on top. Just like new. Cost
like new. Near N.W. 39th son Manor. Call 475-2981. large shaded lawn. 1 block from WANT to buy U.s. 8foreIgn $486-firt $200 gets It. 2 basoline

FLORIDA part 3 BR. 2 Bath*, Ave. & 19th St. If Interested. FURNISHED 3 bedroom. bath. 3 BEDROOM furnfshed suburban bus 376-4342 line., Near University. Ph. coins. old at new. Rebel Stamp Toro golf carts good for Ig.

INTERESTED In a REAL buy? See brick house on 1acre lot call FR 23251 After 6 p.m. Water furnished large yard. For home. Plenty of room. close to & Coin Shop. 809 W. Univ. Ave., manufacturing plant or lumber
2227 NW tth Place. 3 BR, 2baths. $200 down. $105 per month. WESTWOOD AREA Outstanding working couple. N.W. 31st Ave. school. Available April 1st. $120 Gainesville Fla. yard transportation or for golf
Ig. playroom separate FR 62395.WESTMORELAND. contemporary 4 bedroom 3 B R. 2 bath. built-in kitchen. In and 9ih Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th 51-A Wonted To Rent course use. Cost on these were
month. Call FR 2-4957. U J.
-dining room. double enclosed home. Carpeted living room. modern need of home in Gainesville.Will Terrace. Call FR 64817. per WANT TO BUY camping equip $1.325 ea. Sell one for $500 one
6th St.
2505 N.W.
garage built-In kitchen carpet 3 BR 2 beth. kitchen. Solar designed for consider equal trade or Moratto I ment. Phone 3764736. for $300. Phone 372-0961.
a. drapery Included. wooded Ig. kitchen. built-In rang at summer and winter comfort. Central something smaller. Call 6223322 2-BEDRooM furnished garage LAKE WINNOTT 1 BR house. 3 or more bedrooms, 1 or more
lot. 123.900. Financing can be oven separate dining room. heating and air conditioning. evenings & weekends. 620 Fisher apartment; 405 NW 10th $t. bathroom unfurnished house. Call WANTED an old shed to be con- GIRLS heavy bicycle 26" for $20.
Suitable 1 or couple mo. .
arranged. Ig living room. oak parquet of course. Dr.. Ocala Phone FR 65924.EAST FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. weekdays verted Into a tree house. Call Call FR 6-2444 or FR 6-8870.
floors double carport. Lights included. Good water. C. or all day weekends. Toby. GR 5-5043.: Melrose.
Ig. corner lot. $1,500 for equity Horwitz. 4 ml. So. of Melrose CU. FT. Phltco refrigerator reasonably
and assume VA loan. No closing LITTLEWOOD AREA Modern 38 Real 1 Estate Wanted SIDE on Rt. 21. I I PHYSICIAN'S family of three desires WANTED one second-hand roadster clean. $50. Phone 376-
J. W.Kirkpatrick costs. Monthly payments of :3 bedroom. 2 bath masonry home 3 Bedroom. 2 bath pony cart with harness. Please 4382 after 5 P.M. or sea at 1111
$12522 Include taxes & Insur In tip top condition. Priced under GARDENAPARTMENTS 3 BR. house. air conditioned. completely home. Unfurnished. FR 23021. contact Kathy Butler. FR 24425.1RVIC NE 20th PI.

ance. See at 807 NW 40th Driveor 115,000. Immediate possession WANT TO BUY furnished. available April
call FR 6-1760. too. 1st through Sept 15th. $140

2 or 3 bedroom home with per month. FR 6-2923. -
$57 month
CORNER LOT. near SChools. 3 FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom. Vt family room and 2 baths. Kitchen per up
2 BR. furnished house for rent.
EASY commuting distance of bedroom. 2 bath, central heat. bath masonry home on nice. must be equipped. Central Gainesville's Finest Uj baths. Fenced In back yard. SEHome ]ESsmess

Gainesville. Pleasant three bed REASONABLE family room. 906 N.E. 20th Ave. quiet dead-end street. Two air heat preferred. Must be priced Furnished or unfurnished 3166 NW 10th St. FR 27798.
P RICE. 3 bedrooms
room home. In Immaculate condition conditioning units. Very modernkltch.n. right with reasonable down pay. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
large screen porch. fire-
with 12'acres.. J22iOO .. ment. Write to Box 365-A NEATLY furnished 3 bedr oOm
ment. 309 NE 9th
place. $350 down and $,".6t per house. Archer Road. $45. PhoneFR
and owners will carry the mort Gainesville Sun. 608.
month. FINLEY AREA 3 bedroom J-9915 after 1?,
gage. Lovely
ONLY $15,00000 for this lovely' SMALL FAMILY HOME. convenIent 2 bath centrally heated 1 BEDROOM air conditioned .
location. central heat 2 bedroom 39 Out of Town Property furnished 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. And Bu
three bedroom, two bath homeIn and air conditioned home on one apartment. New ::
to the NW section. Large family payments $67 per month. of the nicest lots In Florida Apartment 111. 1216 SW. 2nd :.

t room beautiful lot and paved ParkS 6 ACRE wooded Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. S115.
tot 200 fr. ft.
the luture ALACHUA REALTY on 1 block from Occupancy FOR RENT 3 BR. built-in .
ateeet are |lust some of I AlA. 35 mL. N. of DaytonaBeach campus. 2 bam
NEW WESTSIDE residential near Marmeland. Call by February 25. kitchen corner lot. 2 blks. from ADVERTISE IV THE Mortgage Broker
LAKE ROSA Comfortable modarn ASSOCIATESMember Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 BulldozingSMALL I
subdivision soon openIng. Acre 3723243 after 5 P.M. WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. or SERVICE
I masonry three bedroom. Multiple Listing NE 15th Terr. $125 month.
Arle lots. paved streets outside city 2 girls $15 per week to share per : GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
round lake home. Just T. Smith Broker
year NEW home In Call 372-5738.
limits. Mawe tell you more county. 2 Br. home with : and conventional loans. Low
f reduced to 111.000.00 now vacant Mabel L. Gore. Associate .
near Manatee Jr. bulldozer. dump
College. 20 30
and ready for your occupancy. 435 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-244S about this restricted area. screened In pool convenient x to Call 485-2735 after. 5 p.m. Mon. RENT or SALE extra Ig. house trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223
thru Fri. W. Univ. Ave. 3723393.FORDYCE
Sarasota & Bradenton. Would or anytime week-ends. 4 BR. 2 baths. near grade 8- soil. Phone FR 27846.
HAVE YOU SEEN RIDGEWOOD? RANCH ETTE homesltes too. Approximately high school. bus line. 1810 NW
CHECK consider trade for property in EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. and Associates. Inc.
This be.utlful new sub division 10 acres each. Located Gainesville area. Ph. FR 2-4096 All vtil. 6th St. Can be zoned for busI- BULLDOZERS a. Drag line. Backhoe Conventional and F.H.A. loans
except for
lust east of Westwood School offers on Newberry Road. Just for Information. & gas cooking ness. Price $10,500. FR 6-5472 wheel tractors motor with low rates and long term
lovely. lots all Improved treasonable THESEEXCELLENT 1500 down. S years on balance. heating Green furn.Inc. FR$60 mo. McKinney for appt. Lot size 75x84x150. grader. Free estimates W. G. loans our specialty. Quick courteous -
price 23617. (Buck) Johnson FR 6-6219. confidential service. Call

40 Business Properties DUPLEx.. clean. modern 2 Br. MODERN 3 bedroom house carport DOsYepairs 376-1236 or come by 926 West
J. W. KIRKPATRICK. not over 2 children. No .
M. M. private yard 2O60 N.W. 34th Ave. Carpentry University Avenue. Grace For.dyne.
Realtor dogs. $40 month. Next to Phillips Realtor
Member of Multiple Listing 3659 N.W. 16th AVE. OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N.I $32 mo. Phone evenings 376- Uesed Cars. Alachua 4621703.

It N. Main St. Phone 3724404 NEW 4-2 Mi A. lot. $25,000 Main St. Formerly occupied 7883- GRADY CABINET WORKS
3669 NW. 16th AVE. AVAILABLE April 1st. Universityand PAINTINGPAINTING
ASSOCIATES: PARRISHAND Associates Discount. Call 3727470or SUMMER special. 1 & 2 Bedroom Custom built cabinets and mold-
NEW 32a A. lot 23.500 FinleyArea.. 3 bedroom.
Ploys Mathlesen Irene BunnellCapt. 372-4065. Ings refinishing and
v apartments.
well furnished. quiet spray
3525 N.W. 7th PLACE living room. dining room. kit- Also Screens repaired
l. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. painting
: 3-2 Ocala Blk. $19,100 ASSOCIATES. INC FOR SALE OR LEASE 16 ACRES. location couples only. no pets. chen equipped. $80 month. FR window glass replaced. Phone
1533 E. University Avenue
J 4147 NW. 36th St. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. with I acres zoned business 500 $100 per ma. U J. Moratto. 2505 6-2693- Phone 372-8313 FR 61283.EXPERT .
McKINNEY 3-2. V* A. lot $19.750 Wayne Hill Helen Graham ft. hwy. frontage. 3 bedroom NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957.
3 BR. masonry home with gas painting. Interior. exterior
2141 N.W. 49th TERR. furnished house. INTERESTED?
2 GREEN 322 A. lot $18,800 Carolyn Gardenhlra Mary Parrish Call 2-4957. SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat water. range $85 per mOo John Merrill. CosmeticsAn no lob too small. Quick serv
If NE First 3725375 aerial
St. Tel. air conditioner furlI .
\ Realtor 3721494.
ice. Reasonable call
607 N.W. 19th AVE. Air rates. Mr.
Suitable single or couple only. Conditioning HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea
DEATON 3-2 Unique $17,500 I Gammon.
42 Farms & No
TO INSPECT INSIDE CALL YOUNGAMERICA Acreage I pets. $75. Avail. Apr. 1. 406 FORDYCE "new you" at MERLE NOR. 372-5829
REALTORS NE 6th St. Several lovely homes availableat MAN COSMETICS STUDIO.

.1 RETREAT FROM THE HEAT 1238 SW 2nd Ave. 5 student rmS. this time.FORDYCE "ART BALL Air conditioning I Learn professional make-up
UNIVERSITYREALTY To country living In Los Trancos upstairs. Live in apt. below. ASSOCIATES INC. (Hot Air-Hot water) heating. and secrets by trained beauty ex Remodeling
926 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 refrigeration. Ph. 372-1683. 15 perts. 513 W. Univ Ave. FR
i Large Modern Home Woods. 2.4 Acres for only $365 Cover lease & util. with Income.
Yaars Experience.: 2-3126. NEED A NEW Florida room. carport .
down. Paved road Ford. Box 207. Yalaha.
I UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove
This 3 B.R. 2 bath HOME has HOMESPRESENTS school busses. utilities. Drive patio screened-In porch
more than 1,900 sq. ft. of floor west on Rd.. turn FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean. & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. ServiceFRED FASCINATING profession. Eager etc.? Call now and get It done
space In main part of house 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 SR 241. Newberry Watch for the right freshly painted. Orkln treated Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5 30 Appraisal to learn If you qualify you for the summer months. Call
Central heat Oak strip floors W. )\. Munroe. Broker right. sign on monthly. Water furn. Phone P.M. for appt. may earn $40-60 per week while 372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free

Double carport Price $24.50!* Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank NEW BRICK 376-5683. In training for advancement to estimates.
"Selling Florida Since 1906 2 BR. house partially furnIshed. supervisory capacity. For appt.
Good financing Call FR 2- Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Douglas B. ARNOLD .
li 3617. Jr. MODELSOPEN Ralph Realtor PRIVATE 1st floor efficiency. 2rm. fenced yard. screened porches. REALTOR call 3761480. EmRaysDEPENDABILITY
FOSSEY bath. utilities furn Off close In garage for more Information REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL IS THE
Neat and Clean-Dial 22511 to sea 10 a.m. Til Dark 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 street parking no pets. 15 SW call FR 2-1578. SERVICE4. 'FIRE EXTINGUISHERS WORD. ,BUILDING RE. -
: I Investors Duplex this 3 bedroom home In beautiful Member Multiple Listing I 2nd PI.SUBLET. 1219 W. UN IV. AVE. PH. 372-352 MODELING P.A I N TIN 0
FOR rent
unfurnished 1 sIde of
Looking for a property with an fenced back yard. Located be- 108 ACRES .1 Apr. 13Sept.. 13. 1 BR. duplex house. Has 2 SR. livingrm. co. 3727948 OR 376-1838 NOW.
} Income? Let us show you this tween University and new Country Fireplaces 2.78 acre tobacco allotment. air-cond. furn. apt. utensils in kit & bath $75 per mo...Call Appliance Repairs Sales and ServiceAll
duplex In excellent residential Club. Hardwood floors with Screened porches cluded. New bldg. near Univ. FR 2341 until 5 p.m. after 5 of Fire Extinguishers'
t paved road. old house In questionable EMRAYSDEPENDABILITY
Custom kitchen cabinets
area with an Income potentialof some carpeting. Florida room. $120 mo. Phone 3727349. & Sun. FR 22648.
Pick and delivery serviceC.
$160.00 per month. Located lust Oversized bathrooms condition near Santa A-l HANDYMAN SHOP up Is the word.
separate workshop and storage
3 blocks from new Federal Build room. Priced at 14000. Plus many other custom Fa and LaCrosse. Price 16750. HOUSE TRAILER for rent suit- 3 BR home $90 per month. 2 BR First In Air Conditioning and R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 Building. Remodeling Paint. .
ing and downtown Gainesville. features 29 per cent Down and 10 yearsat able for single male student. home $60 per mo. Partly furnished Appliance Repairs. FR 6-0267. Gainesville Fla ing. Free Estimates. Dial 372-

We have another duplex In Northwest Extra Special. Ta see Is to believe 6 per cent Int. Ph. FR 6-2472- Outside bath. electricity a. water 2 BR home $60 per mo; Fur 7948 or 376-1838 Now.

with monthly Income of $175. that this modern home exists In VA & FHATERMS Warner W. Weseman-Realtor-1113 turn. $32. Call 376-7925. nished duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per Parker Appli. Serv. Mortgage BrokerFHA

On. apartment is furnished and our community. Close to University N. Main St. mo. Call FR 6-7466 Upholstery

building Is In excellent condition. and outside city limits. ... ACRES. CLEAN 2 BR trailer on nice lot Expert MaJor| Appliance Serv. and conventional at lowest .,
with substantial the fun beautifully wooded on bus line $65 per mo. Can be UNFURNISHED 2 BR house. ice. Prompt. Efficient a
Both are low priced Designed and built for home current rates. Terms to 25 UPHOLSTER your furniture al
site. N.W. 39th Ave.
near seen by calling 372-7018. fenced back yard. 2120 NW 7th
financing available to quani loving family with enclosed pool Milihopper Rd. Intersection. Courteous 371-6224 years. Will gladly discuss at no reasonable prkes. Call Sally.
distance $V
i fled buyer. Call 372-3617. and outdoor grill. Drapes.. car Walking L Jr. High Schools.to Shopping elementary& 900. terms. FR 6-6448. SPACIOUS two bedroom apartment St. Phone 372-8932 or 372-6179. obligation Call tomorrow.J. Experienced FR 6-9888
and bar stools Included. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor
peting W.
Auto Equipment
nicely furnished. quiet UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house.
Must Sell Excellent financing available. Churches.YOUNG ACREAGE FOR SALE neighborhood $90 per mo. Call with stove refrIgerator.. 8. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS

FR 6-7142 after 6 P.M. fenced back yard. 2119 NW '7th
This spacious home must be Dial FR 22511 to see this 3 bedroom 107 Acres
4 lakes. I house
\ rm. Terrace. Call 372-8932 or FR exchanged; Repair kits for REALTOR I do sewing of all
4 2 baths large 2 bath home In desirableN.E.
sold. B.R. pan- CLEAN 1
( with Ig. sleeping porch BR. Utilities furn. except 2-6179.
Walker Jacks. authorized kinds .
Factory FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Dressmaking. Mrs. W.
and location on extra large lot.
Fla. Living
elled room. room AMERICA 10 Acres on Willlston Cut-Oft electricity. Fla. Pest Control
Walker Hydraulic Jack C. Asbell 17th Tar.race.
Dining room 2 fireplaces Included are built-in range and 10 acres-on NW 39th Ave. turn. Nice location $60 mo. 424 FOUR Bedroom unfurnished house. Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE 3436. N.W.
Screened tile porch. This home oven dishwasher disposal and large clean $90 121' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 372.0635.Sewing
320 Acres near Archer $100 NE 6th St. FR 23974. yard. per month. SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S.
will ult you If you have a large 2 room air conditioner. FHA HOMESNW per acre Phone FR 6-7142 after 6 P.M. Main FR 51497 MORTGAGE MONEY
g family and need lots of room -I financed and ready to go. 460 Acres near Campville FURNISHED apt. clean and rea 5V4 per cent Interest. Terms to Machine Repair. :.
sonable. Apply 826 NW 1st PI. FOR RENT unfurnished 2 Br
I Located In the preferred $240 per acre 25 .
I I west within 2 blocks of J. DAN BYRD 34th & 7th Avenue SO Acres NW 39th Ave. area 2 RM. furnished apt. for rent. brick hOuse. blinds. stove & Auto Glass years.BUY BUILD REFINANCE CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER.
F J. FInley school. Will consider a Phone 3727070TWO $360 per acre heater furn. Close-in. Come by Call VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve.

reasonable offer. Owner leaving I ASSOCIATESINC. 30 Acres near NW 39th Ave. $45 .per water mo. &Will electricity accept children furnished & see. 404 SW 3rd Ave. or call AUTO GLASS is our only busi 825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 376-1075. We repair all

\ town. It would pay you to Investigate 3 bedroom houses. Price reduced $450 per acre Also trailer space for FR 2-8080. $85 per mo ness. Immediate installation; Dan Byrd I Mak... Work: fully ou"ra"tHd.
Call 312.3617.ASSOCIATES 20 Ac.es on Archer Rd. $650 free Si delivery. Add
for quick sale leaving I rent $15 per mo. Call <472-2271. 2 BR house for rent. 6 miles I
I Jack DeYot Broker town. Phone FR 2-3051. I per acre Newberry. Fla. north of Gainesville on the Wal. beauty & value to your car. Sun Want Ads WINDOW CLEANING ;
Associates: 17 Acres on NW 39th Ave. do Rd. 376-1502. MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO.
I. Fred Guy Virginia PO" \ Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway FINLEY AREA 4 BR. 2 bath $1,200 per acre. I 1 BEDROOM apartment upstairs. I 323 NW. 6th St. FR 6-2558. II WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned I
:01. J. W. Davis H. J. wnt.,, I Christine, Stone CCB home. Ig. wooded lot spacious Electricity and water furnished. 2 BR. partially furnished house. and waxed. houses washed. IS j jI
Jayne Butterworth I I FR 22511 825 N.W. 13th Street Fla. rm. fireplace disposal Call W. H. Buckhannan with I $55 a month. 504 N. E. 4th 1220 N. W. 21st Ave. Call 372- I ADVERTISE LN THE Get Results I yrs. experience. Free estimates.

Multiple Listing Member Multiple Listing FM-TV rotor. phone 376-0436. John Merrill Realtor 3721494 ; Avenue. Call FR 2-6556. 8653. SERVICE DIRECTORY i Phone. FR 25955. ."
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65 Mfse .For Sale.. 66 Misc Son s.,.. 66 Misc. For Sale 65MIeForS I II Shadow Lawn Estates HOMES

Fi 12' 14' boat or utility trailer $25. FOR SALE GE Hotpoint 1 ton air conditioner. BICYCLE good condItion Phone I I Custom-fcaflt homes that took Built to your plans and specification
I SUN WANT ADS 11,000 BTU. 110 Volt. $100. ctKtom-buin. U yon are tired *. Built
Also Kenmore electric dryer in Pansies In Bloom! FR 2-2573. 325 N W. 7th Ter. of homes with that anywhere In
Phone FR 2-3911. sub-dtvl- Alachua County.TOMMY .
good condition. $ Ph. 481-2342. $1.00 per doz. Phone 3724121 ion look. Me

E FOLD-A-WAY bed. $12 Ig. mirror 19" ZENITH portable T.V.In New --LOOK- DINETTE set $28. Bedroom furniture f. D. Oliver, BUr.yaw RIDGED
good 1964 MODERN HOME $75. Chest $22. dresser $24
Quick Results! $12. 3-corner cabinet $7; 2 whatnots condition. $40. 18" Reel type Fully Automatic Zig Zag Gas stove. like new condition.FR FK 2-0866 BUILDERS
it\ Bring $1.50. Phone 64169.. power FR 6-8300.lawn mower S2S. C a II sewing everything machine$700 mo.does full 60410. West tke GlcB se KW 8 rtafs 39th A.teUne., past*. Call FR 2.4125

ELECTRIC range $40 bench saw baL due $88.00"BRAND u... See sIgn .* left.
'1 $50 jointer, motor, scout uniforms CUT 8. pattern glass. Antique .
I $5 rush squares. cotton dining room set and chest of
, i drawers. New set of Birch NEW"
rugs, table lamps. FR 6-4996. UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG McCOY'S
wood: kitchen built Ins. Many
t Seml .
r Automatlc
a other Items. 3-T
s FOR SALE riding lawn mower oShop. H'way
t elec. starter. $60; bicycle $10; 100. I mile S. Starke. everything. 6.00 a monthor I WHAT'SBACK
; y Y Phone 376.7326.FRIGIDAIRE E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
i 15 FIBER glass boat, motor &.
.. Ironer, heavy duty trailer. $425.00. Saw mandrel Sewing Machine Service Co. OFFICE BLDG. JR.
good condition, cost $200, Sell with 20" blade & 4V% hp gas 115 W. Univ. Ave. For i le. size 24x32. Has to ,
I $50. Phone 462-1661. motor. 7W table saw. Spray 3761075UP Homes. Lots. Income. Bus
!be moved from present location.
paint outfit. mess
Racing Go Cart and Lake Property.
FOR SALE one complete Cub with J-cyL engine. 3TShop. Hway TO 20 PER CENT OFF television Can be used as small Farms and Acreage.
1 f fI Scout uniform with Cub.Scout T-. 100. 8 mL S. Starke. and appliances. If we bom*. Price S4250.00 Can Ger- E. a "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
I -- shirt. Call Bobby FR 20673. don't have It. we'll get It. okl or V. ,Q. McCoy FRx361. 13* N. MAIN ST. of the
ff YOUTH bed complete with link Wheeler's Discount Store be- Office, corner N. Main FR 1-2032 Broker Fa M544
f 3 ADDING machine $39; Typewriters spring innerspring mattress. tween Melrose and Keystone. Iud 23rd BITe
$10-25 3 speed record player $9; $20. Can FR 2-7076. Route 21. 475-2401. '
Ice cream churn $4; ping PGIVJ GROWINGDEMAND
table, etc. $17; 45 RPM records
1 50c a dozen. Inter-com $19; fans.
Gay"y"w books, picture frames ft household
rummage. Brant's. 513 NW
} 8th Ave.

MY mommy has six. size 14 "A"
J 9 v line maternity dresses she wore for

last Spring, also several ma-
; If your mommy -
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needs them have her call
i' BUTLERLocation
I 65907.
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: : whirl after cleaning carpets with ;>
4. f"
I / Blue Lustre. Rent electric .," BROS.
.' 'es. -- ..-.,. "" 'i :::.. j. J# : .!.,J 'I!.:-/V'-A shampooer $1. McDaniell Furniture t-
: 'q.1-f't+ /m\ :f;; .::'wi+ 1fI.t"7 "*+frr: .(.:;:! Co. Gainesville Shopping
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.; .;..- ? -.,, 7 .;.H '>k,. m" %:m'ith; < j ji Center.CLOSE HOMES?
Xlj ": //i: : :L1i OUT SALEOn
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10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366

I This lovely home located at 750 Northwest 34th Street was purchased MOVING sacrifice '59 GE range

I Lieutentant Colonel and Mrs. Clifford D. Olesen. Colonel 30", good cond. Studio couch and
recently by
6 9 x 12 wool rug, formica top '
: Olsen is serving in the United States Air Force and stationed at Waco, table, 6 chairs, child's war d-
i robe make offer. FR 2-1344.
I Texas. Upon Colonel Olesen's retirement in July they will be moving ""__ '__. QualityWhen

into their new home. ,McKinney-Green-Deaton Realtors, member of

I1 J. 1 Multiple.. Listing handled the sale of this property. I NorwoodHope i -- LOCATION It Comes To

1 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sal 66 Misc. For Sal = & QUALITYWe
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2 CHAIRS; easy chair, circular FORMAL wedding gown & veil, Have Only
FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant ; We Trade Homes
I formica counter and 26 stools, wrought iron chair. 2 gray & size 7. Orig. cost $150, will sell c
I } equipment. Complete fountain, black formica top end tables. for half price. Phone 376-7894. or Property I
Call FR 64662.STEREOAmplifier THE CREAM
I and short order equipment. 52"Call ,
KENMORE electric 40-
29207. Mr. and professional -
FR 2-075 or
i Page. turn table. 376-7491. wide, auto. oven & warming IIIIIIIIIIIIImlllmlRllllllIIRlIIIIIIIIlIIIJ/IIIIIIIII/
i '" compartment. $25. Phone 376- 5 g %
GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance 12 ga. shotgun new Rem. mod. 7818 __i The following are ready for ==
I 1100 with "Bgrade
old costly to !
for your -
grain wood in stock & forearm. STEEL SHELTER. Factory made. j
electric I I water heater.
; .4 operate boalf Matching set of interchangeablebarrels. Approved by Civil Defense FHA E_ jI
water at your
i Hot 26" cyl. choke & 28" state & city. Close-out price. 3707 NW 21st PI. _
; 4 present cost with our LP gas. full choke. Both barrels have FR 6-2377 anytime. 5 i 4 BR, 2 bath $800 dn. $101E i I
Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer vent ribs & have Ivory front I| per mo. P+ a
I .. Road. FR 6-5110. sights & .metal I middle sights. RCA T-V portable with stand. I I
i ..4 DUO-Therm oil heater with fan Engraving on receiver. Gun is Less than 2 yrs. old all bad =i 1021 NW 40th Dr. i=
I : electric range with rotisserie.I like new. Orig. cost $281, will tubes replaced. Excellent con- 28; 3 BR. 1V4 bath, $400 dn. $99.50 !
I Also old doors and windows $2-S3 skeet sacrifice match for which$210. Also throws auto sin- dition. Phone 3762810. i per mo. { -Community for Active People!

a each. Ph. mornings FR 2-1917. gles, d o u bles & triples. Teach COLLAPSIBLE CAMPER. Good I
4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. =
.: your boy (or yourself) to shoot cond., foam mattresses. Fair PALM VIEW
I WILL swap unc. coins or mint the right way. Sacrifice at $25 price. 1 man erect In 1 min. s 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. |
I/' stamps for cut glass and old Both gun & skeet mach. together easy. See today 1526 NE 12th 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $48 5 ESTATES

I : picture frames. Phone 374-1938. P.M.$220.& all Call day FR Sat.6-9938 a. Sun.after 6 Terr. 5 per mo. I If you like to mix comfortable Florida the family at the Community Center NW 39th Terr. &

:: TRADE-IN BRAND NEW 1964 TAPE cordio RECORDER Special by Wilcox-Bay for sale, Re-59 1303 & 313 SE 38th St. living with a stimulating outdoor life, from the Olympic-size pool to a Little NW 16th Ave.

.. REPOSSESSION SALE HOME model excellent cond $40. Ex- 28 304 & 314 SE 39th St. then Highland Court Manor Is for you! League baseball diamond. But the nicest partis $16,000 to $20,950
cellent for parties speeches high i 3 BR. 1 bath $500
dn. $44
I that membership is free with
2 Atlas portables. $72. Williams purchase
: school student. Gary
Automatic sewing machines, buttonholes I per mo. The reason? A combination i of efficiently
1 Kenmore Aut. ZZ $87.
stitches Etc.
fancy H.C.M.
1 New Home Port. $44. designed reasonably priced homes and the an
Full size head. DINETTE SET. solid maple. IIIIIIIIIIIIIII == ,
1 Elna Aut. ZZ. Sf0.e
2 Singer Port. $18. Only $88 drop leaf ,with glass top. 4 chairs I exclusive resident-restricted Swim Club Why not find out this afternoon how you FERNWOOD
815 W. Untv. Ave. 376-1075 with foam chusions. V price. The following are under con @
I 1 Singer Consol' $48. SEWING MACHINE $75. 376-3520. 5 struction and will be ready ;= and Community Center. con join the "active ones" at Highland MANOR
C 1 Necchl Supernova $84. _
; : 1 Plaff Port. $62. SERVICE CO. LESS THAN WHOLESALENEW. for occupancy soon. There's Court Manor? Sales office and model home NW 39th St. &
= = something for member of
WAR surplus mine detector, excellent ./ used and rebuilt electricand 3225 NW 29th Aye.C every open from 1:30 tq 6 p.m. 13th PI.
New Cabinets optional SIt up.
manual adding machines BR. 2 bath, $850 dn. $112
condition I used by $12,250 to $16,000
815 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075 standard typewriters and port-
hunters mo.
S : plumbers & treasure per
ables. Check writers of all types.
7 P.M.
I $50. Call 376-5347 after
GRANDFATHER type clocks $30. We buy used equipment of all i NW e
i 3224 29th Ave.
Misc. furniture, electric meat 21 CU. FT. refrigerator freezer types. Call FR 22105 or FR
slicer $25. Power mower $15. combination. (12 ft. refr. 11 ft. 2-0963 day or night.WATCH 3 BR 2 bath, $750 dn. $102
} Doors, nails. 318 SE 2nd St. freezer) 4 yrs. old top con d. = per mo 89 From A Wide Selection of Beautifully WESTMORLAND
$225. Call 372.1991.ENCYCLOPEDIA .
SINGER portable sewing machine i ESTATES
3236 NW 29th Ave.

,I I $35 son. cash. FR 21557. Mr. Emer edition. 24-volumes Britanica.with 6 Year 1958 FOR i 3 BR, 2 bath, $700 dn. $98 _-1i Designed Models from 12,500 to $17,250 Addition No. 2,
books. Atlas bookcase Best of NW 39th Dr. &
fI I ANTIQUE brass piona lamp, telephone fer. Phone FR 21986. ANNOUNCEMENTCooperative
I box, large carved buffet apartments to _i 3301 & 3311 NW 8th Ave. **
I mahagony sewing cabinet BURGLAR proof, A-l fire rr> be built in Gainesville. For i NW 30th Ave. $30,000
I t record cabinet, solid walnut Ing. lewelry safe. Sacrifice to Information call FR 6-2921 i 4 BR, 2 bath $650 dn $91 a $20,000 to
For eppt.
e single bed. 2 commodes. Western price of $100.
t e saddle and bridle. Also odds call 372-0481. or : i j per mo.
P. O. Box 13956
f and ends. FR 6-1283 Treasure E
Gainesville. Fla. 3236 & 3224
Chest at Fairbanks. Turn left
; at Gulf Station. FOR SALE NEW HOME University Park NW 30th Ave. 1 $100 Down V.A. MONTHLY FREEMEMBERSHIP All City Services
I __ 3 BR. 2 bath, $600 dn. $86 =
',- ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna No Down Payment
__ per mo. | ( Includes Closing) PAYMENTS
a Double stack complete. Nothing Apts.
else to buy. $15. Brants. 3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths, cen-
I 1. 513 NW. 8th Avenue. tral heat General Elec. kit- g 3330 & 3320 I MINIMUM AS LOW AS in exclusive Monthly Payment
I chen. N. E. 17th Ter. Payments i NW 30th Ave. 1 From $74.38
of USED Chain Saws $50 New
up. $115 per mo.
i 9 4 hp saws 8995. We repair NEW CONCEPTIN 3 BR 1 bath, $550 dn $79.50 = DOWN F.H.A. 73.59 SWIM CLUB I
1 all chain saws & lawn mowers. FR 2-9569 per mo. sI
I Chain saw rentals. McCulloch
dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Min. Down-FHA
63411. McCOY'SMacoma 1. Are present management I FOR RENT I Nothing Down VA
expenses too high
WROUGHT iron & glass tables & Homes 2. Is your present space too I| 124 SE 7th St. Ii
chairs, 1 yr. old $57. See at small?
Gatehouse Restaurant evenings 3. Are your secretarial services i 3 BR, 1 Bath 1
a Call 6-5843. Inc.For inadequate? 1 Year Lease, $100 per Mo. OFFICE

USED Easy spinner-type washIng Sale. very attractive 3- This new concept will bring == Sales Office and Model Home SALES
machine. Very good condi bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617 added profits to your present IlllllllllllllllUnmlllllllllllllll, NW 39th Terr. &
h tion. $40 or best offer. Call 6-5907 E. University Ave.: walking business. Our new modern facilities = = Open Today, 1:30 to 6 p.m.
I afted 6pm. distance to Lake Forest will provide secretarial e ALL OUR HOMES ARE i2 NW 16th Ave.;
i Schools. Price $12,500. $500 service, phone service, central I OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- N.E. 23rd Bird. & 11th Ter. Tel. FR 2-9545
THE BEST costs less. Heat water down and $79.50 per month. : heat and air conditioning, and 5' JOY SEEING ANYTIME IFE I t rffc r Phone 372-3471 or
;' i for less with Philgas from Will Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. I morel! -Rentals from $55 per I YOU WILL JUST CALL. Nights and HolidaysFR
gas. Inc. 37i>-5392t Day FR 6-7290 nights FR month Up. Call Les Jackson, 5 1123 S.E. 4th STREET .
t GE filter flow, used deluxe washer 65015. Office corner N. Main FR 64461. or see at 2910 NW i FR 6-5301 or FR 67989mllllHlllllllll e BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS 69048Month's
I $35. Phone 372-4935. I bought ltd 23rd Blvd. 13th St.
I a Kenmore. DI !

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r E.rsr sr. f/ IUe I Information *, ,- ,';; .", :_ kind to"rent rs day". All. renters will be given special- consideration' and someone -

( 372.3294. ''t-/ ; will win a months free rent .( limit $200)) Stop by the Hugh Edwards office

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66 MIsc .For Sale. 72 Offic. Equipment 77 Mobil Homes for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
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r" ::--LIKE NSW 1964 model G.E. stereo TWO becfc-oom house trailer, $900 --_
.Ii' : console. $100. Phone FR 2M46.i GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office one bedroom house trailer $750. CHEVROLET. Impala I960, auto 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon, Put Your Car In Tune With Our
I -. supply dealer Chesnufs Can be ranted. Phone 374234 trans, radio 1 heater. Orlg. Air conditioned auto. trans..
: .,. "_ CROSBY FIBERGLASS Office Equipment Co. Invites you Monday to Friday t to S. owner. SI/150. 337 Marion Ave radio & heater three seats. Opening Specials
l"I boat with SO hp. Evlnrude mo- to com In and shop, or call for I Wllllston. 3253301.CHEVROLET white side walls 4.000 miles SWING INTO SPRING SERVICE SPECIAL
1P tor. both In excellent condition. free delivery. Chesnufs Office SPECIAL less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash
-: Good, buy at $1.100. May be Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. 10x30 Mobile home and 50x100 lot. 1954. 4 dr. This car take up payments. Call 372-
' .. Ieen at Gator Marine. Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.TAX 1 mile S. of Pales Prairie. All is going for only $I a' week. 8171 5 to 372-5738 after S
I.. State Mobile Homes. Call Bill 3723749. H & HMotors. P.M. 59 RAMBLER Custom
Clean & Deluxe. AT.
DELTA 10 Inch table taw and TIME. Adding machines and Adjust Spark Plugs ,
J I.. molder.! Sacrifice. Phone 466I' '61, 45* x 10J BR. Richardson.Like 1957 CADILLAC Sedan deVille 4- S Check & Adjust Points R&H . .
3130. calculators. New and used. Parkers new S2.700 or best offer. dr. hardtop fully equipped Including TUNE . . . . $795

I' Complete Office Outfitters.The CHEVY 1955 Bel Air, like new Test Coil Condenser
I\ Call FR *-2 70. factory air. cream puff.
1 PAIR officer's dress riding only authorized Olivetti condition. 4-dr. radio & heater, $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see. I Set Ignition Timing 58 RAMBLER. .Std R&H . $7.00 Wk.
: boots size 8-D. I pr. officers Underwood Agent In Gainesville.Ph. 10x45, 1958 2 BR. ArcherRd. standard shift. S450. FR 2-7255. .1.. .
,I I. field riding boots size S-D. 1 372-2555. 601 W. Univ. Ave. Village. Lot 10-F. '40 V.W. convertible New top; new Adjust CarburetorS 57 MERCURY AT. PS, PB, R&H $8.00 Wk.
.. target shooting coat. "Aristocrat" CADILLAC 192 convertible; fuR tag; new floor mats. A-l throughOut Service Air Cleaner
I .. .'size, 42. All excellent condition, 73 Musical Merchandise 1954 30 x r Vagabond trailer power aV air. $500 tor my equity, $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4 UP I Test Battery & Clean 58 FORD, Std R&H . . $8.00 Wk.
I. _phone FR 14220. reasonable price. Located Progress assume balance less than JX- p.m. Terminals !
: : ANTIQUE heavily carved walnut Mobil Home Park on 000. 3465 NW 1st Court. FR e-802 IMPALA convertible. Excellent f= Inspect Ignition Wiring 58 FORD 4dr. HT. AT. R&H. PS $8.00 Wk.

.. library table from the estate of ORGAN SALEOf Hwy 441. 442-9660. CORVAIR *62 Monza 2 dr. 4 condition. 1951 Chevy good con
Dorothy Dlx $100 or best offer. Christmas Left overs. All SHOP FIRST speed AT, R&H. w-w tires dition. 376-3112 after 6. .6-Cylinder $6.00 8-Cylinder $9.20 I 56 OLDSMOBILE, HT. AT. R&H. PS,
i" FR 4-4454. new organs. Savings up to 30 clean 14,000 ml. S1495. High allowance PB
.. per cent. Earl's Piano Co. THEN discover why so many drivea on your old car. FR IMPALA 1960 4-door sedan. Power $7.00 Wk.
I I. FLOOR.,samples, repossessed. 1 702 W. Univ. Ave. 373-2223 little and save a lot. LARGEST 4-4009. brakes power steering, auto (parts extra)
Firestone 12 h.p. outboard motor Display with SMALLEST over- matic transmission. Radio and I 56 CHEVY, V-8 AT. R&H $7.00 Wk.
} S196.95; 1 Philco 12.3 cu. ft. refrigerator. ORGAN used. Hammond spi- head. 15' to 5V long. 1, 2 or 3 CORVAIR Monza. '43. equipped heater. FR 2-3807. or FR 4-2696.
, -00_ $179.95; I :; :"* refrigerator $135. 1, Philco port. etc. wall tires. .,0 'T.V with stand. $15 12-42- gain $795. Gridley Music SEEThe Assume payments small equi V4 Chevrolet Impala 2 dr. hardtop. Stt: Drain and Refill Radiator A GOOD SELECTION OF
standard shift. & OTHER
t. pIece drill sets. $12.95 er. FireStone Co. FR 25353.FOR Fabulous EASURAMA and ty. Will consider older car for H. WW for sale. S2200 black.owed.R$84 7 COOLING Inspect Radiator fir CARS
equity. Call at
Stores. 304 W. Univ. Ave. LEISURAMA 24- wide and 17' owner 372-441
SALE 120 bass accordion B wide. Total cost of our con ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. monthly, will accept clean 1957 Pressure Cap
J : WANT to get stung on a rebuilt flat & E flat clarinets. Phone tracts delivered and set up are car for. equity with clear title. 11 SYSTEM Test Thermostat BILL HOLDER
washer Call FR 6-0267. 372-2715. less. AVOID future Heartaches CORVAIR. 1963 2-dr. auto trans. Call 374-4819. CHECKUP j Check Water Pump Motors
t I A.) HANDYMAN SHOP get the REAL FACTS. heater & tinted glass. $100 cash 1961 English Ford. radio & neater,
HI-FI cabinet containing 1. I" & BRAD and DAD Larsen and assume payments. Call INCLUDES # Check Fan Belt
First In Appliance Repairs
: tires $595. 372-5431
._ 2. 4" speakers tlO also 1 14
Like to work and you'll benefit. FR 2-7587 After 4 P. M.
.. MOVING must sell. LR.. DR.. BR.. watt amp. with Inputs for magnetic LAKE GENEVA 409 ENGINE. 4 on the floor, buck 4106 NW 6th St. FR 6-8465
furniture. Elec. water heater & & crystal phono. & for an DODGE '56, 2-Tone blue and et seats. super sport convertible, I $2.25 (parts extra) I
I I" oak office desk. Misc. Items. FM tuner or tap recorder SIS. MOBILE HOME SALES white 4-dr. R&H AT. W-sw.ont 1963 IMPALA CHEVRO LET.
FR. 4-4009. I 1 Mile S.E. of Keystone Heightson owner. Must see & drive to
I : Phone FR 64142. appreciate. Will trade for older car or cash
FLOOR model speaker cabinet route 100. Open evenings and FR 2-9772. S450. Inquire at cross roads In
I : MEW remote cont. console T.V containing 1I'_ & 2-4" speakers Sunday. Archer for residence of Tommie -
f' S23S.OO wit $10. also 1 high-fidelity 14 DESOTO 1957, hardtop radio Pate. Performance Test
New West. port. If T-V 1129.95 watt HeathRlt with Inputsfor COLLAPSIBLE CAMPER. Good heater automatic power steer. -
q wit both magnetic & crystal condo Foam mattresses. Fair Ing and brakes 58.000 miles. 1962 TR-4, one owner, 23-
.- New..Jtereo console 119.95 w/t phono & for an FM tuner or easy.price. 1 Set man today erect 1526 in NE I min.12th Private owner 3747491.FORD. 000 miles. $1675 cash. $2.25 BUY SATISFACTION
.. New U- port. T.V 99.95 w/t tape recorder. $15. FR t4009. Terr. 1963. Fast Back big 2-2949. Today Tomorrow
Call FR I
engine. $350 equity for $1150.
Air IF
FOR SALE Trailer on 100 x ITT And take up payments. Phone
FENCING. 148- of wire and chemically 1963 VW deluxe station wagon. Radio
treated post. Small household Ar- ---.ive lot. 1 mile outside City limits. FR3-32fafter. heater, split-front seat 14.- ) I 63 COMET Vilfaaer. radio heater, luggage rack.
2-107S after 5:30 or
t Items. Cafe curtains. Throw --a.- weekends Phone FR FORD. 1954 Courier station wagon 000 mile. excellent condition. t i Condition Evacuate Factory air conditioned . . . $2195
4 rugs. FR 2-5494. for sale cheap. In good con Curtains and portable campingbed Charge System
included. FR 2-5077.
dition. Phone 376-3645
9 HOTPOINT DISHWASHER With Homes for Sale 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE Check-Up Leak Test 62 FORD
77 Mobile Fairlane 500
: meat cutting board. $55. Phone HILLMAN Husky Station Wagon. 1963 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B. 2-dr automatic, radio, heater.
FR 21150.KENMORE. 1959. $250. Phone 372-5704. P.W. Radio and heater. $400 down Factory air conditioned . . . . . $1595
OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- and take over payments. FR $7.20pans
I : automatic washer good Unit to save a tot. Below mar type truck. Has been serviced LANCER 41. mod-770 4 Dr. s-stick 2-5626. After 6 P.M. si
f r. condition. $50. Call after 4 p.m ket clean. Lake Geneva Trail completely en monthly sched new tires. 39.000 mU BaL S9M. ( extra) 61 RAMBLER
FR 2-5469. er Sales. Rt. 100. SE Keystone ule. $700. FR 24461. Mr. Balwln 376-4404. MUST sell. excellent '57 Chrysler radio heater, factory air con-
I .. Hts.. Fla. MERCURY, 1956 4 dr. hardtop Saratoga. 4-dr. sedan. P. S. P. ditioned . . . . . . .. . $1995
FEDDERS. 1 hp alr-cond. $65 CHEVY 56. U ton pick-up, new B. auto. Trans. Radio. heater,
Peters baby stroller SlOt Babee paint new tag, very good condition loaded with extras for SI a week. S495 or make offer. 464-3437.
tenda table $15: Little Brown 40MODELS I $545. See at Orange Hilt Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors. Hawes-Powers Motor Co. 60 FORD . $695 59 PLYM .
.. $595
I Ice chest $15. FR 2-2248. Shell Serv. Stat. lust So. of the PLYMOUTH 1955. 2 dr. station 85-1 Automobiles Wanted

MAKE AN OFFER ON DISPLAY TC ':' f"' county Mcintosh.GE line. on 441. Ph. 591-2811 wagon drive.,$130.radio Phone heater 372-S714.& over. 204 N. Main St. FR 2-2561 59 FORD . $S9S 59 BUICK $1295

:i SO Vacuum cleaners In good wc- FROM LOWEST PRilt, WANTED, 1950 thru 1954 Fords
I Ing order. No reasonable otier SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. I 59. Vt ton pick up r PLYMOUTH 1952 radio heater, and Chevrolets. See at Herndon
: refused. Example: GE VacuudiSold MART body low mileage good tires good gas mileage. Service Station. 914 S. E. 4th
for $75 now $10. TRAILER _condo FR 2-6107. Neat as a pin. S195. Call FR Street. Crane
I( .. THE KIRBY CO. Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 6-4351 evenings. LincolnMercury"It's
.. 712 N. Main FR 6-7110 or 4-1117 OPEN WEEKDAYS 80 Tractors fir Truck Rentals PONTIAC. 1943 air condltoned. 87 Automobiles Won tar

; ALL channel T.V antenna complete UNTIL 9 p.m. radio & heater, power steering Easy to Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury"
$lSs clean double bed Sly; SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn & brakes. Phone 3725457. ,

I $22 refrigerator platform$22 rocker apt. $8 Gav; buffet stoW EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA Alls.the 625 USA.NW 8th from Ave.United FR 6-W35.Rent. PONTIAC. 1955, two tone paint :i COMPACT.pay cash.from Please private call owner.will FR Check Arden Streit's 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-3531
loaded with extras for $8 a
$29 china cabinet $9; cedar 2-0013.. between 1-3 p.m.
t week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & HMotors.
wardrobe 129 Chest of draw /. WYATT- 83 Motorcycles & Scooters LASSITER MASON'PAINT
; $8; 4 x t linoleum $3.50 trench
I" doors $12 used furniture bout RAMBLER[ '51. 4-dr. HT heater,
t.. and sold. Brant's 513 NW
Ave. Trailer SalesHome good, new paint, asking Interior. Ph. 376-7940 after 4
f.. 17" TABLE model T-V; four speed of $75. Phone 376-5838 after 7 P.M. p.m. JOB

.. portable phonograph. Both need, Pacemaker Mobile Homes 1957 ALLSTATE scooter In good SPRITE 1961 excellent mechanically -
very minor reoalrs. Moving.I chassis clean Toneau
Shasta and Alrstream running condition. Needs little
I _sell' cheap. 376-0266. Travel Trailers body repair. $65. Call FR 66014. cover, side windows good top.
Ocala's First Mobile Home Clean car reasonable price. Wl- Spring Special B&GMOTOR
70 Boats-Marine E4utp.I Dealer Since 1948 1962 50 cc DUCATI Good condi ser. FR 4-3211. extension 5629
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. tion. $95. Call FR 2-0659. after after 5 p.m. & weekends FR
t C lEFT. open
I I": .. fiberglass, lights.bOat.10 I complete S gal. tanks.controls Ocala. Fla. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS T R 3. 1957, black good tires 63 BUICK . . . . . . .$3395
.. 40 h.p. Johnson tilt trailer skis. '57 VICTOR 49'xS'j 20xT alum. mechanically good, new top. radio $3995HAWES I LeSabre 4-dr. air conditioned, automatic, radio, heater, power j
I ski ropes. belt life preservers awning; air conditioner washer. & heater. Low priced. FR ] steering. Extra nice. .
Excellent condo 372-7132 or see 4-0525 all weekend & after 5
\ & ladder. $1.100. Phone 372-5738. Lot 45 Paradise Trailer Park SPRING Your car's AUTO pep &TUNE-UP power show P. M. week days. 62 PONTIAC . . . . . $2995 CO.

: 17 FT. Span American Tilt trailer.with MotorIn Uhp after S P.M. Weekdays. up with a tune-up at BROWN'SSERVICE VOLVO PV 544 1961. good condition Grand Prix Sport coupe, loaded Including air.

.-. excellent Mercury..condition. Boat has NOW SHOWING CENTER. Guaranteed clean radio & heater. 62 RAMBLER . . . . . $10954dr.
Ride 1964 MOBILE HOMES recapping & wheel alignment. S1025 FR 3127255.VOLKSWAGEN. .
Bimini top cruise tanks. 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310. Classic, standard shift.
guide steering amp. and water 1963. AM-FM ra-
i I. pressure gauge. Marine horns your Plans.budget.Terms Drive tailored a little to meet and 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE dio. Seat belts. White wall tires. 62 CHEVROLET . . . . . $2195 .
railing and compass. WILL DEAL. save a lot at ;I Like new. S1.695. Call 372-4698. POWERSBody Convertible, standard shift, radio, heater. -
FR 4-2085. Boat can be seen at ---- -
.. 318 NW 13th St. CONNOLLYMobile BUICK '61 special 4 dr. sedan, W.V. 1961, will trade older car for. 61 CORVAIR . . . . . . $1195
Home Sales. Inc. stand. trans., extra clean $1195. equity and take over payments.Call ,
I I 17* FIBERGLASS Cobla cruiser. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 High allowance on your o I d FR 2-9324 or GR 5-2833; 700 4-dr., one owner automatic transmission radio, heater. -t
I U HP Homellte motor. Murray Phone 422-8146 Cs,. FR 4-4009. ask tor George. 60 CHEVROLET . . . . . $1495 .

J trailer. completely FR equipped.23742. 8 Closed Sundays CADILLAC Sedan 1954; Above BRING out the best In your car. 611 SW 3rd St. Impala 4-dr. hardtop. On owner, automatic, radio, heater.
months old. $1795. Lakes for sale excellent &
58 GREAT average fully equipped. everything Superior Auto painting I
14' Regal Royal ovemlghter with condition. Phone 372-4400 works Including air conditioning. work. Fast dependable service PLENTY OF '58 fir '59's CHEVROLETSAND
head and trailer. $550 Small after 4 P.M.McMURRAY $300.00. FR 2-1370 after free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S FR 2-0538 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM
) fishing boat needs minor repair Mobile Home Sales. 5:30. BODY WORKS, 2031 NW 6th St. I 63 OLDS, 88 sedan, factory air, cruise con-

I : $50. FR 21130.WANTED 1-10 wide 1 or 2 BR. used lake CHEVROLET, 1962 Greenbrier 9 FR 6-9707. _ trot, electric windows . . . $2995
or house trailers from $1.295. 1 passenger station wagon. Radio ARDEN STREIT MotorsNW
j : office Trailer for rent or sale. heater 4 speed trans., deluxe 53 BUICK. Electra -225, Htop sedan, factory
I 3 mU So. of Starke on 301. 964- trim. $1,795. FR 2-5547
( to purchase, 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. CHEVROLET: mi. Good condition. DODGE DART sedanIncludes air, white, full power . . . $3595

from private party lot Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices. Phone FR 2-0711 or 27315. 16th Ave. fir Main St. Ph. FR 2-0486 63 MONZA, bucket seats, auto. trans., white

for Apartment. Economlul. SAVE BANK$1000-$15000 FINANCINGNEW CHEVY Impala '61 sports cou red interior . . . . . $1995
pe. 112 NE 20th St. FR 62298. *i /
: 376-4167 low down & sm. mo. pay ( Heater $ QQ/TOO 63 FALCON station radio heater
ments. CHEVROLET 1958 wagon 4 dr. wagon, ,
j Town & Country Trailer Sales I You can buy this for only $I SPECIAL AT MUUV5YEAR standard shift 28,000 miles . $1895
.. 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 22290"ATTENTION" a week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H
Motors. 62 CADLLAC! Fleetwood. factory air
I OR 50OOO MllEWARRANTYPooleGable fully
equipped, local one owner. LOW: : nileage. En-

Motors NEW 1964 GMC 1 joy owning the best . . . $4295

1 Now Open to The Public PICKUP TRUCKSAS I 62 CADILLAC, Sedan de Ville. factory air,

NEW and REPOSSESSED (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) Our best seller. Universally admired & accepted -

SALE 119, S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343 . . . . . . $3995

: 'SEWING MACHINE Ib LOW 175 62 OLDS 98 htop sports sedan, factory air
J AS fully equipped . . . . $2895
62 OLDS, station wagon, power steering &
: home 64 model for ANDPer brakes, low mileage. Excellent
E fully automatic zlg zag AUTOMATIC Shopping condo $2595

= .. does everything $7. "mo. 33 Month title 62 BONNEVILLE, PONTIAC, htop sedan.
full balance due $88.00. 6. tax.
ZIG ZAG 5 Factory air full Beautiful
: .. power. green with
the Best a used car? life insurance financing charges.NO matching solid vinyl interior . $2695
: Makes buttonholes sews
"A REAL BUY" on buttons, monograms, GIMMICKS Can be bought at these 61 CADILLAC, convertible, factory air, black

:__. '64 White zlg zag makes applique, or makes all terms! 2-dozen in stock to choose from. leather interior. One owner . . $3195

buttonholes. fancy stitches fancy stitches. Sold for Start here: 61 OLDS 98 htop coupe. Factory air. fully
etc. Full bal. $46. Small bal. Tropical Pontiac
equipped white.
$249.50 new. 43 VW sedan. turquoise Low sparkling Exceptional. $2195

I of $71.00 cash or pay- 63 RamblerClassic mileage .............. S154J GMC Truck Center 61 F.85 OLDS, deluxe sedan. Factory air,
AUTOMATIC ments. 4-dr '660'. automatic 6J VW sedan excellent coo-
air conditioned heater power dltlon .................. S1J9S 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 power steering. Economy performance &
ZIGZAG steering, like new In and out. 41 VW sedan sunroof, radio quality . . . . . $1595
'64 model does everyNEW HOME $2395 & other accessories .... S1I4S 61 OLDS, 88 htop sedan. Power steering &
31 VW
sedan thoroughly reConditioned -
thin Has drop In cams ........:. SUM brakes. Sharp . . . . $1995
for fancy stitches. $5.00 37 VW sedan. Runs and looks
I a month full balance due ELECTRICPORTABLE 63 Rambler good .. ....... tits CORVAIR, sedan, radio heater auto,

$52.00. klr Classic 'MO station wagon. 6J vw KARMANN GHIA con. I trans . . . . . . $1095
vertlble,. red with whit.no
utomatic heater. Individual terlor n.H............. SltfS 61 FORD, station wagon. Clean. V-8 auto
reclining seats. Very low
very 61 VW KARMANN CHIA 11 trans . . . .
"BRAND NEW"UNIVERSAL mileage. NEWI . . $1495
whitewall tires.White
coupe radio
'64 model with all ot- $2495 with red Interior S14tS 61 FORD, Galaxie Victoria htop sedan, factory -
tachments. 2-tone green. 62 PORSCHE: Super/90 coupe, SPRINGI
$6.00 a mo. Full balance white with red Interior. Blau- air, V-8. power steering . $1295
ZIG ZAGSemiautomatic punkt radio headrest M9S 61 PLYMOUTH station 6 cylinder
due $52.00. 62 RAMBLERCustom 60 FALCON, 2-door, looks and I wagon,
does ev- 4-dr. Sedan. automatic drives like new .._..... S79S radio, heater auto trans. good condi-

erything. $6.00 a month. radio, heater steering, air Individual conditioned -- CAMPING..*.....TRAILER............ complete SS S- tion . . . . . . $1095
Small balance due $40. power 62 VW Station wagon. very 60 CADILLAC Sedan de Ville
reclining seats. A beautiful factory air
carl dean ......._. .... SITtS SPECIALS ,
ALL ACCOUNTS HANDLED LOCALLY 61 VW. station wagon. low low mileage. Outstanding condition $2795
$1695 mileage __....... .. ..... S139SS
GUARANTEEDBY 60 CADILLAC! sedan air full
SERVICED and FULLY VW. Station wagon. fully factory power.

YOUR HOME TOWN DEALER reconditioned ... ., $991 Platinum . . . . . $2695
Nice Selection VW pickup
62 RAMBLER trucks. 60 OLDS, 88 convertible, white . $1595

SEWING MACHINE American adlo. heater 4-dr, an station extra wagon nice 63 DODGE Polara 4-dr. hardtop. Torque- 60 OLDS 98 htop sedan, factory air $1695

suyl Finish here: ( Flite power steering and brakes. R&H 60 OLDS Super 88 sedan very nice $1495

SERVICE CO. $1295 {fj whitewalls. White, all vinyl 60 BUICK Invicta, htop sedan, midnight blue.

WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE MILLER-BROWN :- low $2288 Very smooth . . . . . $1395
815 :: interior mileage . .
Phone 376-1075 Ask for Credit Manager 62 FORD 60 CHEV station wagon, 6 with standard

\ Late model Fairlan 500 V-a 1330 E. Univ. Ave. FR 2-3582 shift . . . . . . $1295
ATTN: Dealers place bids as usual mine automatic transude- 62 DODGE Lancer Coupe, Torque$1388 60 CHEV Impala, sedan, factory air, power

lion beater.power 2.000 steering honest ,mile radio. Flite radio heater steering & brakes . . . . $1495

I $1695 i 60 FORD, Sunliner, convertible. Light blue

I.I 61 PLYMOUTH. Fury Sedan, Torque- white top, V8, power steering. Good solid

"Now' Open To The Public'REPOSSESSED 61 VALIANT4dr FRESH SHIPMENTOF Flite, radio factory air powersteering I car . . . . . . $1295

Sedan automatic transmission very clean . . $1288 60 MERCURY Montclair htop cpe. Power

SEWING heater, clean premium NEW 1964 I steering, solid vinyl upholstery. Sharp $1295

S elr. 59 CADILLAC, Sedan de' Ville. Factory: air.

MACHINE SALE $995 61 FORD V-8, Fairlane 500, R&H, $988 Sharp . . . . . . $2095

>> RAMBLERSArriving. std. transmission one-owner I 59 OLDS, Super 88 htop: sedan, factory air.

; I "LOOK" SINGER 60 Chevrolet Brilliant red over white . . $1195

AUTOMATIC passenger. station, wagon automatic 61 DODGE "6" Sedan. I 59 BUICK, LeSabre sedan, factory air, power
radio heater low mileage
WMt Automatic 1963 Zlg Torque$988
Zag. Like new. Does every SLANT NEEDLE Nkel Flite heater . I steering. Price slashed to . . $1095
bai.thing.due S7.10$64. a month. Full ZIG ZAG $1395 Weekly! 59 CHEV Impala htop sedan V8 from $1095

makes buttons.buttonholes yams weaves taws monograms on I .. 57 CADILLAC, Fleetwood AC . $895
or makes all fancy 60 DODGE 9-passenger sta. wagon, 56 de VAle AC $445
Cpe. .
"A REAL BUY" stitches. Sold for $249.50 new. Wide Selection of 6' and V-8's in all series. $988
std. trans. R&H. roof rack .
Small bal. of 7400. Cash or | 4-dr.. radio heater automatic 55 CADILLAC, sedan . . ... $200

1>M Kenmore ZIg Zag. Sews _payments._ _ _ green with transmission.matching Interior.S Tutone. GET OUR DEAL 58 OLDS 98 conv.. good looking . $695
on buttons. makes buttonholes of models. Pricedto
OLDS selection
new tires. Extra nice car. 60 RAMBLER, Sedan clean one- 52-58 good
fancy stitches. S4.00' a I
month. Full baU due S4a.AUTOMATIC S995 owner . . : $788 i sell . . . . . . . .
_ ELEC. PORTABLE BUILT CA'UTO 57 BUICK Super htop sedan. Very low mile

1M3 model like new. with an I 59 FORD age . . . . . . $495
attachments. Two-tone green. Country Squirt t- lssenoer 60 COMET, Sedan, clean one- Big V-8.
Impala htop
58 coupe.
S4.00 a month. Full bat Out station wagon. radio heater. $788 power-
ZIG I ZAG sss. automatic transmission DowersteerIog MEET OUR QUOTA owner . . . . I glide. Excellent . . . . $745
and brakes. Factory
1964 model does everything.Has air conditioning. During the Month .f Merck, Ridflwey Motors
drop In for fancy
stiTches. 15.00 cm- .. Full UNIVERSAL $895 Is offering! the HIGHEST TRADE-IN AI.I ...- 60 FALCON, Sedan, two-tone

b.LCUI$33. ZIGZAG .ac. ever! nice . . . . : $688 B
I M.OTOI to;
Semi.automatic. Does every. I I
; thing. U.OO a month. Small RIDGWAYMOTOR
bal. due S41.M. for Rambler's
Watch your favorite magazines


1132 S. Main St.

: The Credit Adjusters FR 2.8433 RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. ( Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) I I NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd St.

J CALL FR 2-2051 USED. CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St.

ATTN.j Dealers place kUs .. usual DOWN PAYMENT 514 N. Main St. Tel. 372-4951 I TELEPHONE FR 67515r
CARS. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 II I


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Tropical Pontiac We are doubling our size. Right now we're remodeling, tearing down and getting -
ready to pave the entire lot. This means we got to have room, so .
we got to move these cars. Some prices are cut to wholesale. and others be

63 PONTIAC $2995Catalina low. IfYou, don't like these low prices, then make us an offer!

2-dr. hardtop coupe, factory air conditioned OVER 60 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!
power steering power brakes automatic transmission
5 'OOOMIL radio heater. Solid white with red interior.1-Owner.
23.000 actual miles. Sharp! 1 63 NEW YORKER, PS, PB, R&H, A/Cond., Automatic, new tires .... $3695 :

E 63 NEWPORT, 4-dr Hardtop, PS, PB, R&H A/cond Automatic ............ $2945 :.
62 FORD . . $12954dr. ,.
WARRANTYfULLY 63 NEWPORT, 2-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, A/Cond Automatic ........ $3095
<< 1t 1-Owner. Galaxie.white radio with interior.heater 30,000 actual miles. 63 PLYMOUTH, Fury 4dr. hardtop, ((2)) PS, PB, R&H, AT, A/cond. S2845 ..

Sy. 63 RAMBLER, American 4-dr., Automatic, heater, 9,000 miles ............ $1395

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

IL 59 CHEVROLET ......... .......... $595 63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr., hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic, Air/Cond .... $4895 .
Parkwood station wagon V-8 engine tutone green i 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.PS, radio, heater, V-200 ........ $1895

62 Austin Healey. $1095 62 RAMBLER, 4- Jr., automatic, radio, heater, real nice car ................ $1245
61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr., station wagon, PS, PB, R&H, Air/cond ......... $1395
Sprite transmission.convertible 1. Owner low mileage 4-speed 61' OPEL, 2-dr. wagon, radio, heater, a real clean car ........ ................ $845

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

61 FORD . $1395Ranch 60 DODGE, 4-dr., PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air cond, a nice car .................... $795
60 DODGE, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater 6-cyIinder ............................ $650 :
wagon factory air condition radio heater ................ :
E with V-8 engine automatic transmission white with 60 OLDSMOBILE, 2-dr. automatic, power brakes, heater $1095 .
red interior. 36,000 actual miles. 1-Owner. 60 CORVAIR4dr. automatic, radio, heater, '700', real nice .................... $795

59 CHEVY, 4-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, AT, air cond V-8 engine .... $935 :
N wyMt 58 BUICK, 4-dr sedan, PS, PB, R&H, AT, Air cond, clean ........................ $695 :
SAT. 'TIL 6 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H automatic, Air cond ............ $1295 :

A Sunday.representative will be here to serve you after church on 59 ENGLISH FORD, station wagon, radio, heater, a nice buy! ................ $395 :
Come Bud Thompson by and meet Buford these Brunson 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 ::

60 PONTIAC . $1295 57 DODGE, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater, runs good ............................ $160 :
53 CADILLAC, convertible, radio, heater, automatic ............................ $125 ".
1595 DELIVERED automatic 9-passenger transmission station wagon radio equipped heater with power V-8 steeringand engine 53 PLYMOUTH, this old car drives and runs real good ........................ $100 .:.

EQUIPPED GAINESVILLENO IN brakes. 53 WILLYS, here is real good economical transportation ........................ $100 :
radio heater better hurry-on this one ........ $175 a'
I SPECIAL OF THE WEEKEND 56 OLDS, 4-dr., automatic, ,.

1000 other. .economy for get-up-and-go car can compare. .with for roominess the SIMCA, 63 FORD ................. ............. $1595 GW Warranty GW WarrantyFrank Mw-
handling ease,comfort...low in cost and long in gas ,Vi Ton Pickup radio heater. 1Owner. M
mileage. AND it's backed by CHRYSLER'S war 6,621 actual miles. Mac Wilbur Sligh
Pete McCuIIough,
ranty, the longest and strongest in automotive history Gray, Compton, ,:
!Want to try a SIMCA...we have one waitingfor 59 Karmann Ghia $895 -
THE KEY AND DRIVE IT YOURSELF Convertible radio heater 4-speed transmission white Hawes-Powers Motor Co.
wall tires. Black with white top.TROPICAL ?

PONTIAC Plymouth Valiant Chrysler. Simca Sales and Service

Simca Valiant Plymouth Chrysler Sales and Service "We will not be undersold or out-traded"
"We will not be undersold or out-traded" ,
312 K. Main Street Phone FR 6-3400
204 N. Main St. FR 2-2561 220 N.W. '8th AVE. FR 2-2583



We're Loaded With Good TRADE INS! SAVE UP TO $40000 I IS5

Wagon, Blue with blue Interior, ..
Black witA white interior i Straight ihltt f cylinder dart White with gray Interior V" Fawn with red interior stan- V4, automatic trans. redo,
tyL automatic little rough. _
speed with heater. late
m m e automatic trans radio" ..
blue. heater. dab trans. radio a heater heater a power steering. I

$88 $1488 $188 $388 $1588 $1288

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Convertible red with red In- Gal.xle hardtop solid blade n. Green with matchlg Werlor.speed
/- transmission radio a tenor. V-I., automatic radio f M. automatic:. 2-tone blue iest ra es Green with matching Interior terlor. V-I. AUtOmatk tr.ns.. f cylinder. r dlo I a heifer. Lxa :
heater heater power .teerlng a radio a helter. standardIsayrw f quince radio, air conditioning S. power va clean car.
brakes. Like new steering.
$2788 $2888 $788 $1988 $1988 $1488


Inttro r..creme SUper wlttl Sp orts.matchIng V-I.- Convertible. white wIth red 2 dr.. prey with matching b. Blue with Blue interior. 4- sedan. V-I. automatic trans- Grey interior. v-s. 1 speed trans.
: radio a heater air Interior V-I. automatic: radio .
Cond.. power windows. LUte i heater power steering. terlor. mission. radio i heater air dr. standard trans. radIO i terlot' speed. radio i helter. radio a heater heater. One owner.
cond. a
$2588 $2188 $188 $1888 $1388 $1288 $2688 $588
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2-dr, hardtop white with red 1K ton truck. Cabin chassis f terlor.Newport V-I.grey automatic with matching radio In-S White with turquoise. interior, white, V.a. AutoStation beige extra impala dean white 1.with dr..blue V"interior, Automatching, Wagon two-tone Interior green 1 dr.. with V...
Green and .
bucket Ieilts. f cyL excellent ro vy auto:"t K standardand.. matt air conditioning .
f autom.tlC trans. radio.
1nt 1or.
Interior. heater and air
:. heater a air cond. peed axle new tints cond. power trans. heater power steering matk trans. rldia.. heater and cylinder. r ::uans.. power steerkg he.ter. ,
i brakes. air conditton & brakes.
$2288 $588 $1988 $1788 $1188 $388 $2788 $1888
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radio White with matching Interior Convertible bract wfttI red InBlack wIftI lI\ltchlng Marion, Gran with matching Interior,
Hardtop V-I. automltic. .
GW V-I. automatic. radio a heater. .. andarct trans.. ndIo 1 dr. sedan f cyllder, aoh. Dea I Others
a heater blade a whit.. Va automatIC trans.. haterS T heater. 2 door sedan radio a heater. tOft\ltIC trans. helter.

Warranty $488 $188 $988 $488 $1588; $1288 Turn Down



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,I FEDERAL QUALITY a Come on out and see howL j PAYMORE
1 Mi.N.on 441 P,the No. 1 Major League I
at CALL City 3725113WE Limit Sign ?, >v"-..Dealer, "Gainesville Auto 62 FORD4dr
TRADE Soles," will hundreds
b save you -
I FOR ANYTHINGFOR <'"1 Galaxie, V-8 engine,
;y r ". of dollars on the I transmission,
1)quality select automobiles' radio, heater. Finished in attractive .
., white and blue.
i ; ;of your choice. All models
THE CORRECT ., Reduced for this sale to only:
/ J (- drastically reduced due to .
TIME '.; -f. ,ate';!i our volume and buying! ?
w 62 CHEVROLET4dr.
FR 2-1411 power. On the spot financing \,
\ Courtesy Of -Your Credit Is This car is fully epuip-
I University Chevrolet JOHN HIPP Good With Us. Here are sr: ped including, V-8 engine,
A.,.. .automatic: transmisson? power
N.Mai St.at
some examples. \1. steering and power brakes.
:" PLUS Factory air Conditioning. $ j: We
Y. Sharp tutone blue and white 1645 at Barkley Motors believe we can give you more car at

GAINESVILLEAUTO |'63 y\$1595 .t 4JJ;.!(f. finish.keep cool Summer and comfortable is coming so in 4' a better trade with good terms for less money! Come out

SALES .- :. this car. For this sale only:
2-dr. sedan, radio & heater, whitewalls. ..::1.: today or tomorrow for proof!
1007 N. Main St. : 61 FORD .il
Phone FR 2.6313 .
Northcentral Florida' | 63 FORD $1995 ._ 2-dr, Equipped with V-8 Impala 4-dr. sedan A/C.
A3 rtJCU
. Independent Loroest Dealer Fairlane 500, 4-dr., V-8, automatic, radio & heater. :-s engine,Ford-O-A/otic radio, heater.transmission This J OO InCY Automatic radio, heater . . $2745
.. car is finished in tutone _
'61 FORD$1595 .. see white this and one blue.to You appreciate must$1 04 5 .: 63 T-BIRD cN.reT& equipped_ . :. $3995
it! this .
Galaxie convertibe, radio & heater, Compare price anywhere -
EASTERBARGAINS auto. power steer. e 2-dr. hardtop, PS, PB.
I and you will buy here ;tat 63 PONT
f Shaw & Keeter: .f A/C, Auto WWT like new $2995
61 DODGE $1095
1O alaxie l i 500 2-dr. hardtop.
59 RamblerStation I 4-dr., auto., radio &heater. J Oo FORD PS, Auto, R & H, WWT .. .. $2395

57 Wagon.Chevy |' $1595Futura AO Sting Ray, 340 engine,
Wagon, V-8, automatic: OO 2-tops. in floor, R & H, WWT $3995

radio, 55 heater.Ford Sport Coupe, radio & heater. i\ UClf Impala l Sports Coupe, PS, AT

. Radio, heater. OO WflCY R & H. Sharp . . . -- .. .. $2595
57 Chevy4dr. 63 FORD e $2895Galaxie I

matic.. Radio 6-cyl.Auto- auto., radio 500.&4-dr.heater.hardtop, bucket seats, PS & PB, SAVE UP TO OZ Z.O CHEV 2-dr.Fully equipped Impala Super incl. air sport.. .. .. .. .. $2495

53 ChevyStd. tO /"Af4dr.., completely! equipped.i 15,000 actual
trans.56 Chevy 63 Pontiac $3595Bonneville OZ V.AU miles. Check with original owner : $3695

Bei-Air, 4-dr. 4-dr. hardtop, auto., factory air, PS, PB, $300 Con.. auto
or Buy any car from these this lot get a set clear plasticor I -
woven seof covers FREEon 59 Pontiac $1395Bonneville radio
any car you own.A I 62 VALIANThtffi; .: $1295
ALSO 4-dr. hardtop, auto., PS & PB, radio & I _
mi CHRYSLER. '300'. 4lr. heater. 61 OLDSMOBILEF85 2-dr., v-a PS
hardtop. with air eond- power I engine auto -
steering and One-owner.brakes radio$100 62 CHEV R. & H. Clean, . . $1499
and below healer boon nlue.SIXTH. [ 62 Mercury $1795 4-dr, Fully. equipped including, I
automatic transmission, radio, heater 62 SUNBEAM Alpine
ST. Meteor 4-dr. sedan auto., radio & heater. PS & PB. extra ;,. $1795
PLUS Factory air conditioning. A beau- I
Mtrs. '63 FALCON $1595 tiful bronze and white finish: If you want 1595hurry. Impala R & ". auto.
2031 N.W.6-4664 6th St. to get on the sale of sales, you better 62 CHEV power Stir? .. . .'. .. .. $2095
FR 2-dr., deluxe, heater, standard trans. Reduced to:

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

2-dr., 6,000 miles, heater, standard trans.
4-dr, Bel-Air, 6-cylinder engine,

'55 FORD.$3952dr. glide in attractive transmission tutone, radio blue., heater.Yes, power$119 1 5 OPEN TODAY-

I ., Custom, automatic, radio & heater, V8.FORD. right! Reduced to: ,
To '
'56 $300Victoria. 2-6 p.m.

ReachPeople V-8. standard trans., radio & heater. 60 RAMBLER4dr
with radio, heater A I Monxa 4-dr' 4-speed-T4
63 CHEVY $2895Impala neat,solid equipped white finish. Here is comfort $94! 62 CORVAIR radio heater . . ... ..... $1695
4-dr. hardtop, V-8, PS. automatic, radio & and good economy. Come see and SAVE! I "

Ready b heater. 61 BUICK pTpB.eRTHr:. .. .. .. . $1895

MOST DEALERS, PAY OLDSMOBILE Rampside pickup truck,
\ 59 61 CORVAIR real sharp .. !. .. $1099
auto PS,
'88' 4-dr, fully equipped including auto- 61 OLDS IZZSsm H :. .. $2195
Buy WE SELL THEM FOR! matic transmission, power steering, I
brakes, radio, heater. Solid white I '700', 4-dr. 'low mileage. '
ish. This car reduced for this sale fin$995 61 CORVAIR I Clean . .: . . .. ... $1195

Use '62 TMBIRD2dr. $3195 only: 2-dr. hardtop PS, RC H,

hardtop loaded factory air.Corvafr 61 MERC_ Auto Air Cond. .. .. ... .. tJ.169S
4-dr.. radio, heater.
Person 61 $1295 61 FALCON A real good buy! .. .. .. .... .. $1195
Monza coupe, 4-speed, radio & heater. wagon, automatic transmission, 4.dr. wagon. Auto. power steering
To heater, Yes its air conditioned, and ready 61 MERC PB. Air R & H .. . .. . $1795
60 FALCON $795 to go! Finished in an attractive green. $94

Person 2-dr. deluxe, automatic, radio & heater, whitewalls. and yellow. Save a lot of money here! 61 1 FORD 2-dr.radio Golaxie heater .auto. .Air. .cond.. _.. .. .. .. $1795

'63 FORD $2695Galaxie

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

, '60 FORD $1295 51FORD $145

Galaxie 4-dr. hardtop, "Loaded," factory air. 12-MONTH

62 CHEVY $1595BelAir E LOW DOWN

2-dr., "6", standard trans., heater. PAYMENT
4 4 v Lancer 2-dr. hardtop auto
64 FORD $3195 WARBA] 61 DODGE radio, heater .. ..:. .' .:.... .... $1195
Galaxie 500 2-dr. hardtop, V-8 Crusematic PS,
radio & heater. Alpine, extra clean.
Lines 60 SUNBEAM Come lee this one ..... .. .. $1299

'60 FORD $1095Ranch I Spider. This car is pretty clean '

10 Wagon power steering & brakes, automatic, 58 DODGE4dr I, 60 FIAT '.M ready to go .. . .. .. .. $1 095
radio; & heater.
i Karmann Ghia. Save Jots of
Station wagon, automatic I II 60 VW money on this one .. .. .. $1395
'( 59 Cadillac $2095Fleetwood mission, heater. Sharp solid black trans$345
Days Your chance for a real good I 4-dr. Sedan, Air cond., power
4-dr., loaded including factory air. duced to 60 MERC steering and brakes. Auto .. .. ,,. .- $1395
"Many More To Choose From" I
Impala 4-dr.. auto power steering
S200 60 HEY R & H, Clean ._ . ._ _. ._ $1 595

SELL AGAIN 59 (HEY radio Station, heater wagon,_auto_ __ .. .... .. .. .. ... $745'

(NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED Station Wagon, V-S.engine, radio, 4-dr., auto, radio
I heater. A sharp tutone blue and white $345 60 BUICK heater PS, PB .. .. .. .. . .. .. $1 095
GAINESVILLEAUTO finish. Yours for this sale only at: t
1 .. i I 2-dr., radio heater.
57 FORD No better price anywhere .__ .. ....... $495

I 55 FORD Convertible .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $495 .


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Defense Education Act, only ida, Tennessee, Louisiana and
five years old, has already Georgia have all initiated state II
College Is Costly: Students Know It! permitted loans to some 500000 ,- supported loan programs. Acti-

1 students.At vity by Southern legislatures to I
expand student aid is
By WINFRED L. GODWIN doubles the financial outlay to Many of these are boys and ed by the student and with the I the University of Arkansas -ing. But it should be noted I
girls from,the South,where family student's financial needs. for example, more than
Director, Southern Regional send a son to college in the1930's I that while state-backed
income levels are lower 1,300 students have received $1 Schol-I
" Education Board when the parents of mostof State governments generally million in loans from this arship and loan
than elsewhere and where colleges program
the South have than dou-
today's youth were in_ school. have fewer have confined their scholarship already. more !
The "affluent" college student !
bled in the
to specialized fields, State loan past four years,
than institutions programs plans are growing
student aid funds -
as he is often called, is "When we compare these outside the region. such as medicine and teach- rapidly. Since 1961, Virginia, such programs in all other i For a Limited Time!
more fancy than fact. The college -costs with today's annual med- ing. But Louisiana, Maryland, South Carolina, Arkansas, Flor states quadrupled.
student today still needsa !ian family income of $6,000, its Scholarships are the most Oklahoma, Tennessee and Vir- ----
helping hand-with money in evident how substantial an traditional form of aid in meet- ginia have state supported'

it. In fact, he needs it more outlay college education now ing the cost of college. The numbers scholarship programs of a more HALF-PRICE

than ever, with college costs represents for American families -i and amounts of scholar- general nature for able s t u-
rising to new highs and more ," Commissioner Keppel con- ships awarded directly by in- dents. I I
youth from all income backgrounds tinued. stitutions vary widely, althoughthe Loan have

considering college."Today's largest scholarship resources -more rapidly programs than scholarhipsin grown SALE !
Talent is not enough to gain are concentrated in a relatively -
not lack- recent The National
youth are years.
college admission. A recent survey small number of institu-,
Ing in the virtues that prompted achievementand f
of aptitude, tions.
their elders to 'work their I step
family income of some I Some 500 Southern high MORTGAGE MONEY Famous .
way through college U. S. schools 5/ % INTEREST .ys
440,000 students in 1,300 school graduates annually are ? stoop
around the nation revealed now winning scholarships stretch TUSSY
tion Francis Keppel recently i.
again the firm relationship be- through the national competition CALL
said "but they are presentedwith tween college attendance and of the National Merit Scholarship DAN BYRD
a problem of meeting family income. I Corporation. Awards I 825 N.W. 13th STREETPH. DEODORANTS
costs that makes the task a FR 2-2511
with the institution select-
good deal more formidable. to More than 100,000 U. S. high vary a "

school graduates "with high :
It currently costs an average aptitudes and interest in col l tssYt
$1,500 a.year-over countryto lege" fail to continue their edu- :

attend a statesupportedschool cation each ,year-strictly for Jtrcissi.5 ROll-ON
; over $2,000 for a private financial reasons.
institution. That more than DEODOAAiCt
Don't Let ) '
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Board of AdjustmentCity : '.
of Gainesville.lorldaUtlliti ATTENTION! This HappenTo : :.
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Thursday,April 1.196*-8:00 P.M. YOU I i-..., ",.>:
1. A request by Doris.J. Davis for a '
variance to locate a house trailer in an Cocktail LoungesBars the Legsize \ ,: ;,.
R-lC zone. Section 24. Article IV, Ordinance ..... -
1090, on lot S of Seminole i Height I Hotels File For Your seamless with .:... ..--. ..
Subdivision (lot located on Eastside I .
of Northwest 9th Terrace 42.4' MOTELSRESTAURANTS CREAM
feet South of the North end of the street the action strip fussy
North of 31st Avenue).
2. A request by R. E. Page to construct -ONfjj'
a garage accessory building witha HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONAND The panel of stretch I CRfA lJfuDonAN:
rear yard variance from 71/ feet to'3 TAVERNSFor STICK
feet and an interior side yard variance nylon and Lycra*
from 7'feet to 2 feet Section 2.2. Article "
VI, Ordinance 1090. at 430 Northeast All Your Glassware spandex absorbs all ; reg. $1.00
9th Avenue In an R-lc zone. SAVE UP TO $250 ; >' ,3
3. A request by Milton J. Scripture fora strain, keeps stockings
special exception to locate a semIpublic NEEDS CALL ,
use (a church). Section 3, Mrticle BEFORE APRIL 1st smooth. Refreshing zt, = .
XIII, Ordinance 1090 on the block .._
bounded by Northeast 15th Street 26th SPENCECHEMICAL shades of spring. 3 t .
Avenue. 14th Street, and 24th Avenue, in with
Brev (for
an R-lb zone. Legsizes:
/. A request by E. E. Holloway fore SUPPLY CO. small
special exception to. permit group J. PIERCE SMITH slender or $
Sousing Section 27, Article IV, Ordinance for'' The
1090 on the East side of Northwest FR 2-2186 legs), :Modite ( more you buy,
6th Street, South of 14th Ave-
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