Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00076
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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 23, 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
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: One of the most significant contributions of recent years toward '. .r.. .

the understanding of Christ's Passion and Death is "The: : Last Hours of Jesus," a book by on
Ralph Gorman, 'of the Passlonist Fathers ''a'' congregation of: priests,. dedicated to the SETTING FOR DEATH Al-\ -th- ,
: Passion of Christ. A long-time scholar and'professor of Sacred'Scripture, Father Gor- talk
man gathered much of the material for his book during three years of study in the ..

Holy Land. He is editor of The Sign national Catholic monthly. This series, starting (on
with the arrival ,of Christ on Calvary is excerpted from-the book to-give. greater meaning By RALPH GORMAN, C..P., by insulted Jesus on the cross.. fldrifl

to the events commemorated in Holy Week.) A The; Gospels inform us that : A Small Hill (Matt 27:39; Mark 15:29) U
) < Jesus was crucified at a\ place : : U a traveler standing in the
called Calvary in Hebrew,' ." V courtyard outside the entranceto

Golgotha. Both words. have exactly the Church of the Holy :
L : : the same meaning: the Shaped Like a Skullman Sepulchre in Jerusalem could !i3'g.

skull. close his eyes and then open 'rt-
; ;; The Gospels refer to the locality them to- see Calvary as it was
I l WMly as "place," never 'as a body, such as .head, to the area immediately sur- at the time of Christ, he wouldbe

x mount or,mountain. The name shoulder, belly, etc. In fact, rounding it.Calvary looking on a scene which it
Calvary or Golgotha referredto the area where Calvary is'situated is not difficult to reconstruct.He Ue
: an area' wider than the spot is still called at timesras was only a slight elevation would be standing on or near ho
< where the cross of Christ ,was or head. ,- probably no more than the Jerusalem Jaffa highway.In
: raised, as St. John tells us'that about 15 feet above the ground back of him would be a into-
"in the place where he was crucified The hill in this region was the ,along its sides. The top of this ditch protecting the wall and *
0 + S there was a garden and northern part of the north-south. little hillock was wide enoughfor above the ditch the east-west he
: hill on which the western partof the crucifixion of three men part of the second wall.A .
r L in the garden a new tomb.. chas
r.2. ((19:41) the city was built. At -the and elevated enough to exhibit hundred yards to his right,
point with which we are 'concerned them to the public without causing the wall and ditch turned north,
z" w''" w. r In'aU likelihood Calvary'wasthe the hill sloped graduallyin inconvenience to the exe and a few yards beyond the 31.ie J.
I name of the area just beyond -
direction. cutioners.
af the angle where the walls a southeasterly : angle were a gate and a tower.

r met and just outside the gate About 100 yards before the The Gospels do not provide us Looking directly in front of him, ne
e? a @ through which Christ had. walls, a little rocky promontory, with the exact localization of which would be to the north, s.
passed. a hillock of no great dimensions, Calvary. They do tell us thatit our traveler would see, a littleto
t-M" R Why was the place called "the jutted out toward the east. This was outside the walls of the his right, a round, skullshaped lied
Skull" 'projection was roughly shapedlike city, and they imply that it was promontory, rather flat on ,

The place got its name be- a skull and gave its name near a highway, as the passers (See THE LAST on Page 5) d,

cause this .area or some par- 3,
ticular feature of it resembleda

: 4- Eaw ... w : Land skull., place Even names today in are the often Holy The Last Hours of Jesus (n t-,

: The Skull (Reproduced from an.old German etching). derived from parts of the hu- ise

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I Russians NeedSir' Johnson Soviet to Release I

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and 'Madam'

ii '_. .K'"I K o 3 Yf JBfan fflrft QltatfH bowl in his hand. But the lady UAW 2 American Fliers.Ruby's

By HENRY TANNER looked the other way. And there .
f was no word in the Russian, or
wI MOSCOW Soviet comrades at least the Soviet Russian lan- Talk Stresses

may soon be addressing each guage, which' would have per-
other as "sir" or "madam." Public Welfare
mitted him to attract her attention .
Restoration of the two pre- If he had known her first ;. 'No Deal9Was -

revolutionary forms of address name or patronymic, he could ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) Second
has been discussed for the past have said to her: "Nina Ivanovna -President Johnson called fora

several weeks in NedeIya, the would you care for some "warm hearted war" today Made
weekly supplement of the gov- salad?" But be had not caught for the well-being of the Amer- ,
I ernment newspaper Izvestia. the lady's name. ican people.
HARRAREducator The magazine received hun- He could have said "would The President spoke in his .Attorney ResignsDALLAS Rusk Says

dreds of letters after printingan you like some salad, comrade first address to the big labor

article'suggesting that the (tovarish)?" But this would organization, at the annual con- (AP)- Houston At defense of the killer President WASHINGTON (AP-The) So-
words "sudar" (sir) and "sudarynya" have sounded solemn ,and offi. ,vention of the United Auto torney Foreman said to :""of viet Union has agreed to return **
Percy _
(madam), be reintroduced ., ._John F. Kennedy's ac-
two American fliers shot down
Workers-Union. in the*Atkntic day he was pulling'out '
into the spoken language. ,"C tIz tf (grazhdanka) take* No .cused assassin. over East Germany March 10.
*" City' Convention:HalL This will Jack Ruby case because of disagreements ,""
To Give TJFAddress They had been dropped after some salad," would lack be the setting for Johnson's with members ofRuby's He had ,said he would meet Their fellow crewman was re
the revolution along with other warmth, he felt."Devushka" leased Saturday.The .
words that had been used by expected nomination for, the family. Foreman took again .today with Ruby, 52-
(roughly, girl)
I the from Melvin Belli chief announcement that the
presidency by Democratic over as
the lower classes in year-old night club
'was the only alternative and he operatorwho
party next August. defense counsel for the slayerof two were to be freed was made
high and mighty.The rejected it ,for fear ''she'might Three thousand delegatesand Lee Harvey. Oswald late last was found guilty of mur- Sunday by Secretary of State

Dr.,J. George Harrar, noted the letter overwhelming writers;, agreed majority with of turn the mother and say of: "You five."know I am perhaps 9,000 guests gave week. der with malice and given the Dean Rusk on the CBS radio-tel-
educator and president the ; the chief executive a rousing death penalty on, March 15 for evision program "Face the
the suggestion, according to the "Tovarish," he wrote, "of Foreman said the disagree- "
Foundation will Nation. He got the word by
I Rockefeller welcome and broke into his ad- the slaying of Oswald.
magazine.It course is a wonderul word an ment was over his relations
,) speak at the University of Flor- dress with loud and telephone from Soviet Ambassador -
ida's commencement exercises all started when Vladimir old Russian and unifying word frequent with the press. But Foreman told newsmenat Anatoly F. Dobrynin just
t Soloukhin, a writer was kept ., .but to offer a salad.;...?" applause.One the courthouse he was bow- before going on the air.
April 19. of the loudest outbursts He said Eva Grant, one ofRuby's
by language difficulties from offering He justified his suggestion to out
ceremonies will ing read them a letterhe "I would hope the matter will
The Sunday salad to the sat came when he assured the con- sisters, advised him to
lady back sudar and
bring sudarynyaby said he had written "
be taken off
Ruby, now the books
total of graduateswho ,
honor a limit his discussions with
:E- vention that "we are going to news-
their work -- "i'tler.} He decided recalling that other revolu- telling him of his decision. Rusk said. The secretary did
have completed
to write article pass the civil rights bill if it men to "no comment. Fore-
Florida an tionary titles that had once implied not when the fliers wouldbe
at the University of said he that say
differences of takes all summer. man thought was Telling of his disagreementwith
class and
freed, only that short-
since May 1963. The Universitynow ... ii | ill salad The convention has wrong. Mrs. Grant, Foreman said "they
-- mi i i s with the rank, also had been revised._ ,adopted a ly will be back in this :*
formal country.
only one resolution he felt Ruby had been tried and
'backing the bilL
mencement each year. The 61-year-old, oot-4 law- The airmen are Capts. DavidI.
program convicted
media before
The President was not mak- met with Ruby Sunday for Holland 35 of Holland
The total represents 2,403 undergraduates yer his trial in court. He said he ,
and 874 graduate ing a political speech labeledas the first time since agreeinglast and Melvin J. Kessler, 31, of
such. But the talk had political Thursday to take over the thought it necessary to keep Philadelphia. The third mem-
the public informed of
Dogtona OrderlyBut overtones.His develop- ber of the Lt. Harold
Dr. Harrar, who has received ments in the case. crew, W.
many honors from the United party and he, himself, Welch, 24, of Detroit, was freed
States and foreign governments are counting on heavy labor Pair Killed Two members of Ruby's or- by Soviet authorities Saturday.

served on the faculty of the backing. iginal defense team-Joe Tona- The Americans were aboard a
University of Minnesota, Wash- Arrests Climb Johnson lauded the UAW as In hill of Jasper Tex., and Phil reconnaissance plane shot down
ington State College and the "a clean, honest and progres- HelpingStuck Burleson of Dallas worked by Soviet fighters in East Ger-
University of Puerto Rico. He sive union led by President with Foreman after Ruby dis- man airspace. The three para-
has been with the Rockefeller DAYTONA BEACH (AP) weather gets bad," said a Fort Reuther 'and his fellow officials Auto missed Belli a week ago. chuted to safety.
Foundation since 1943 and served Swarms of college students- Lauderdale businessman. It was all elected democratically Rusk said there were no deal
as the director for agriculture sporting sweatshirts from Mich- unusually chilly, in the 60s, by your votes." Foreman had a long session ings with the East Germans in
before becoming vice pres- igan to Alabama-kept rolling Sunday and a stiff northeasterly He said that whatever the ST. AUGUSTINE (AP-Two with the other two lawyers Sun- getting the fliers released. He.

ident of the Foundation in 1959. into this beach community today breeze kept most of the visitorsout challenges or the complexitiesor Maryland men were killed when day and afterward cautiously denied that the plane was on a. .
He has been trustee and president hungry for Easter fun of the ocean during the day. the crises confronting the they tried to help pull a car out showed optimism, saying: spying mission.

since 1961. away from home. Nonetheless, thousands of stu- nation, it never stands' straighter of the sand along State Road "I certainly hope to reverse The Russians have been insist-
A member of numerous An estimated 20,000 to 50,000 dents turned up at Fort Lauder- or stronger in the world than ALA early today. the sentence. But it would be ing that the fate of the Americans -

boards and committees dealing youthful vacationers were in dale's'six mile.beach, and thouS- does the individual at home. He Coroner Marvin Grier said presumptuous for me to makea was a matter to be settled

with humanitarian and scientific motels and hotels between Day- ands more bunched up at Day said that militarily this nationis the dead men were Allen E. prediction. I am no miracle by the United States and East

problems, Dr. Harrar holds tona Beach and Fort Lauder- tona. strong and no country is Wright, 26, of Hyattsville. Md.. 'man. I have no script and no Germany. Washingon has refused -
dale, 200 miles to the south. Traffic slowed to 'crawl in of to deal with the East Ger-
membership in top flight profes- a stronger.This and R. 0. Fronk, about 32, of. bag tricks.
(See IIARRAR on Page 2) Ninety five,were arrested in both cities, located along busy led Johnson to the pointof EdmonstonMcL ) man government contendingthe
Beach for of- highway U.S. 1. Daytona Beach Soviet Union is still the occupation -
Daytona Sunday declaring that times
now the Thieves Take
police transformed two streets Three other persons were hurt authority in East Ger
fenses ranging from drunkenness .
at home require "a warm heart-
in the collision three
Apartment to Uttering the beach with into one way thoroughfares. involving many.
ed war for the well-being of the
cars. Church The Russians "are simply ra
beer cans. This brought to about Entertainment was provided at home." Money
Zoning RequestDue 300 the number arrested in four through Daytona and Lauder- people This brought a burst_ of Grier said Wright and Fronk leasing" the men, Rusk said.
days. Several dozen were picked dale chambers of commerce. A ap- had stopped their car on the Thieves abscounded with the "The Soviets came to their own
DelayA up in Fort Lauderdale for "heUo" booth to register students plause. road and were attempting to Sunday morning' collection at conclusion these men should be!
There was another when link it bychain with the car that released." -
"mostly minor offenses." opens at Lauderdale to- St Patrick's Catholic Churchan -
Miami developer's contro- ? Johnson assured the UAW that was stuck along the ocean beach estimated The secretary sidestepped;
day, and the ,first musical program $300 to $500. ..
versial for Generally, police agreed there "we are going to the med-. ,
zoning request a at pass : highway between St. Augustineand however a question as to whether -*
proposed garden apartmenttype was little trouble But the major Daytona Sunday night Jacksonville Beach. They did it even before serv- the United States had estab-
studentswas brought out 1,300 collegians. (See JOHNSON en Page 2)) ices had ended.
onslaught of arriving
project will not be con- Another car occupied by two lished the principle that the incident
sidered by the Gainesville City yet to be felt Navy officers came along and Father 'T. R. Gross, pastor, was a Soviet responsibility. -
Commission tonight Daytona Beach Police Capt GHS Band Is Declared crashed into both the other vehicles reported the theft to police .

Planning,, Director David W. C. Han canceled days off Grier said. shortly after noon yesterday.He At a news conference Saturday ,
Godschalk said this morningthe and put his men on 12 hour : The two Navy officers, identi- said the money was taken President Johnson declined
application would be on round the clock shifts. Fort La- 'SDperior'in 1 L9 AreasSaturday ,fied as Ens. John W. Gould, 23, between 10:30 and 11 a.m. yes- comment on Welch's release ;*f
next week's agenda. derdale took similar action. ; of Newburgh, N.Y., and Rich- terday from an anteroom of the and did not discuss the plane .
1 He explained the request for Police made frequent' identification -. ard R. Pace, 23, of Champaign., church at 704 NE 1st St. incident
R-2 residential low density zoning checks. Much .of .the ,The Gainesville High School were Mike; GambaH EL, were hospitalized.
for property on N.E. 16th blame for past riots was laid on band 'rated""superior" on 19 trombone! ; Danny Bowl, Charlotte Oswald of Jackson-
Ave. between N.E. 9th and tough high school kids, local of the 25 :solos and ensembles trumpet; Ed Hill, ,trumpet; ville also was taken, to a hospital 20 Witnesses Expected
12th Streets is still being processed hoodlums and adult'servicemen it:entered in the district. Dale Todd trombone; ,Sharon, I

and recommendations posing,as students. band competition here Sat- English French horn; Mary For
Plane Crash
from the City Plan Board are "It's these people, the fringe urday., Derrick,' flute; Margaret New- Inquiry.
still being prepared. groups w: want to cull out," Six others'' rated "excellent" berry, flute;, Sharon Kuitert
The 'proposed rezoning has said Hall. And the overall band was clarinet;' Roger Brill alto sax-;; WHERETO More than 20 persons are ex- ington, the hearings may last .
been the center of attention at There have been the, usual judged superior in every category aphone; and Verna McKinney, pected to testify during a Civil as long as three days. There's
plan board meetings where ,cries' of "dullsville" by those "- art,. sight read baton twirling. FIND IT Aeronautics Board inquiry tomorrow little chance of them being com-

large numbers of Carol Es- toted off to jay.Most of the sun- ing and ,marching, according to ""Excellent" soloists were .*. into the plane crash pleted tomorrow.

tates residents asked for details burned wearers of sneakers and Director Bardwell M. Donald Diane Cook flute;, Jack Sax- .'Comics :. . 10 that was fatal to 10 persons During the public inquiry, the
of the project bikinis with here last month.- CAB will listen to testimony
agreed Nancy trombone and
,ton ; Jan Pur Classified. . .1M3
son.The ,
Four zoning matters and an Rhodes;,20-year-old-at Bradford band's showing qualifiesit vis, baton. Entertainment 5 The hearing will start at 1:30 from any and an persons who
appointment to the plan board Junior College who said "it's to enter the North Florida 2 p.m. in the East Courtroom of. saw or know anything about the
Ensembles rated Obituaries . .
are, Included on tonight's ,city, simply refreshing to be away band meet May 7-9 in .Tallahassee. superior: e. 4 the Courthouse. crash of the ill-fated South Cen
-Flute trio .
: Marilyn Opinion Page
Ahrano Board member Chan Gurneywill tral Airlines at Municipal
agenda.The from 'college rules' for awhile. It'll be competing against .6 plane
Diane Cook and AnnDon21dson. Sports . .7
commission meets at We don't want trouble for any- an bands in North .Florida---- .at" Mary Women's . 3 preside. Airport in early February. }
7:30 at the Utilities opera- one." that contest According to word received The plane crashed on ,takeoff,
tft* Center S55 s.E. 5th Ave. "The trouble will start if the Superior sobs j judged here (See BAND) on Page 2)) here this morning from Wash killing all 10 persons aboard. '

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2 Gainesville Sun Monday, March 23, 1964 -> r .' '

: : ;Weather Roundup: President's State Institution Sun I II

i1tJ Have-Not Nation *
u : Published evenings except I I 'Jr l'
r- Top Team | Saturday and Sunday. morn "
ings by the Gainesville Publishing

I Meet the Haves Reforms' LaudedTALLAHASSEE 2nd Place Company Gainesville at ,101 Florida SE ,'
; Is RestlessBy '
and entered as second class <
matter at the Post Office at
1 uf API The Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
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GENEVA (AP) -For years,1'is a report by Raul Prebisch of ZON WASHINGTON After Florida Legislative Council, research HE WANTSHIGHER RATES BY
r the slogan of men who want:to Argentina, a U.N. economistand A Temperatures near the normal four arm of the Legislature, CARRIER OR MAIL .
) months .
low of 47 to 57. normal high of ef to \ some rumblings of w.lWeek.45 <
help the poor nations get richer the conference's secretary- hailed its studies and recommendations -
midweek. :
73. Slow warming trend to stress and
has been: "Trade, not aid." general. His recommendations- Precipitation generally light In scat.tered L \ in the more change are auible as major reasons TAX 3 Mo*. $5.85 -a
team President
Starting today, the have-not nations regarded as visionary by manyin showers. \ F top for the progress made in reforming a
Johnson inherited from the late AU mail subscriptions mu't :
f are putting that slogan to the industrialized nations-include wanner BCD through- Partly Tuesday.cloudy Low and a tonight little John F. Kennedy. state institutions. LANSING, Mich. (AP) A be paid in advance.

the test-.and the West is divided special preference for the around 50. high Tuesday 75. Easterly citizen appeared Friday be.
Plump Pierre The council issued mimeo Audit Bureau of
theunderdeveloped StolSmIidwMds. press secretary a fore the Member of
on how to meet it. manufactured products of Lansing Tax Boardof
,countries E F Clear to pertly cloudy and a Salinger quit on Thursday 'to graphed history! of state instita- Review to Circulation. i
The arena for this confrontation little, wanner tonlgV and Tuesday. ltest his charm on California ions ranging from prisons to "my
between the haves and the agreements to stabilize commodity Low tonight 50 to 55. high Tuesday taxes are too low. The AH material contained herein Is {
) 80. ,Easterly 5 to 15 mile ,winds. voters, in quest'of a UJS. Senate -hospitals for use by legislators the property of the Gainesville -
have-nots is a massive and perhaps prices which account for shocked board adjourned fora Publishing Company (c) 1IM. Reproduction
= Clear end seat. He was the fourth of In who?. or'In part Is ..
GJK to partly cloudy "
unwieldy meeting of 122 80 per cent of the havenpt'ctrade ; a lime warmer tonight and Tues- Kennedy's first-stringers to In the preamble, the. council coffee break. strictly forbidden without the written .. ,

countries organized by the Unit- lowering tariff barriersand day. Low tonight In'Ms. High Tuesday can 1a said during the Tint half of the The board currently is permission of the publisher. 'aI '
10., Easterly S ,to 15. mile winds. leave theWbite House. ".! .,
ed Nations as the Conference on a new system of finance tinder 09 On the current century,.a period of erratic hearing'.complaints from local "..
which Vie rich nations which HI Clear to partly cloudy and a same day, a reportwas citizens in recent adjustment .
Trade and Development. llttte warmer through Tuesday. Low "i aired that of growth for the state'F1or.ida's a I
U.N. Secretary-General U gain from low raw material tonight 55 to .O, high Tuesday S2. .4 institutions 'did not keep of property valuations. : <<
Dean Rusk .
Easterly 5 to'15 mile winds. planned resign :
Thant starts it off with an address prices would pay them extra to in November. It in- pace with the::changing times. n j
finance development.The GAINESVILLE 'WEATHER was Leroy Neal, a worker at the "
to the 1,500 delegates TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE ; i
crys- stantly denied by all concerned.Salinger's "Consequently by the"end of .
countries'share Fisher
U[ talizing the demands of of underdeveloped Body plant of General
many Hi* LewPrecla. Municipal Airport readings departure, appar. this period much of the physical
; them for a larger share of world of world trade has TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERB Motors, complained his $too
Hit .. Preclp.acksonvllle hours to 8 ently a most, amicable leave- ,of the institutions ii1I'i
for 24 a.m. plant was
dropped steadily in the past decade 62. assessment increase wasn'thigh
trade. Delegates already have .......... 43
from 30 to 20 per cent between Miami ..............72 58 today: High 68 at 4 p.m., taking, could well be an omen overcrowded and dilapidated enough. Some of his : :
to president a
u agreed as Tampa ... el 53 of further if forth .
of representative of the underdeveloped 1950 and 1960. Atlanta, .::::.::: : 0 .38 low 42 at 5-6 a.m. No rain. changes, only .and the administrative- procedures neighbors, he said, have been :,
this New Orleans ........ 58 4S simple reason that an election -were badly in need of reform -
The road to reversing given tax increases
: ranging
6d( countries, Abdel Monem 37 30
onyorii" :::::::: 50 38 coo KEY TIDES year is a restless time for ," the council said.
studded with New 'from
4 th Al Kaissouni of the United Arab trend is political .. 11,000 to $1,800 :
Chicago ........... 37 33 politicians.Yet .

t raif Republic obstacles.One Denver.Kanw. City.....,........*...... 55 45 .23 44 II-Tuesday-High'". Low et 5:45 at 12:30 ajn. p.m.end 'and:Oi 11:33 p.m. ,the White House resignations -I Florida has made more prog

The key conference document of the first Is membership Ft. Worth ......... efv '52 *. have been remarkably few ress and reform in state Institutions -
I ....... the complete set-
in the conference itself. The Los Angeles SS' 4* 4) separation by
i! or Africans may try to oust South Seattle ..;.;....... a M oU.ALMANAC. to date, considering the difficulty since the 1950's than durng -ting up a central: office for the )
the entire
& preceeding.cen-
aj of adjustment since Nov. 22
Suaset today LM p.m. centers. \
/ 1* Nab YouthAs Africa because of its white supremacy Sunrise tomorrow ':21 am. for the Kennedy men who virtually tury, the council said.
policies. The Communists Moonset tomorrow 4:34 am. Other institutions included the I
Bi Full Moon March 21 idolized their slain chief. II
are pressing for the seatingof MARINE FORECAST PROMINENT STAR The year 1957 was the turning alcoholic rehabilitation program I
II M Communist China, East Germany Irlus. In the southwest ':46 p.rn. Despite the pressures of the point for Florida's Institutions. authorized in 1953 to provide
1i EAST GULF Easterly winds I to VISIBLE PLANETS
Slayer : political season, there has beenno
\ North Korea and North 15 knots through Tuesday w"h clear Jupiter sets ':01 p.m. rhat's the year most of the major treatment and rehabilitation of
to weather. Venus. high above -Jupiter authoritative. word official
J Viet Nam. partly cloudy changes were ordered. alcoholics, education of the pub-
or unofficial, from any memberof 'He, and studies to seek controls.
The one break in the Western CONNELLFOR
1 bj Of Couple Kennedy's Cabinet indicatinga The Florida corrections code
4 front against seating Communist Five-Day Forecast The Florida State Fire Collegewas
j! n departure from the team before was adopted and the division of
China has been made by set up at Ocala in 1949 to
,t 1 BATTLE MOUNTAIN, Nev. Tallahassee to 81 to the election.In corrections supervising all pris- train firemen
France' in accordance with Temperatures, will average in the area i develop methodsof lamintherace!
(AP-A youth suspected of slay southeast coast.I reply to a question at his ons was established under the
President Charles de Gaulle'srecognition one to three degrees above nor 62 along the firefighting and assisting in who have I
!11{ J eig' ing a New York couple in the of the Peking government -mal. Normal maximum and No precipitation of consequence news conference Saturday, Board of Commissioners of State determining the causes of fires. recognized Now all the you need for a

b Arizona desert has waived extradition Johnson said he has seen no Institutions.The .
The split symbolizes minimum ranges from 74 to 50 is expected. I The state took over the Rin- in the administrationof i
and will be returned to sign that supporters of the late change
J ghng Museum of Art in Sarasotain
the lack of a unified approachby division of mental health
the office have an opportunity s
r I FIn, Arizona tonight or early Tues- major Western trading nations president his administration.If are anxious. to leave was given general supervisionover 1946. to do something about. it.

day.He in meeting the demands Film Stars CalJ'tBreak all mental hospitals, Accomplishing this changewill
''I is Jim Vanderham, 22, Johnson is re-elected, each In 1927, the State Tuberculosis
a for larger markets and more changing from the previous require time, work
Cabinet officer will submit your :
scheduled for to Arizonaat a
e return stable prices put forth by the method of having each hospital Board,was created to supervise and ,
the same time as his companion pro forma resignation, leaving hospitalization and treatment of money.
s underdeveloped two-thirds of the separately responsible to the off of
It is time to get
Johnson free to form his your
Theresa Robichard 16. own
'pc the HabitBy patients. I
I world. commissioners.The .
and effective -
"apathy" organize an
,. Vanderham was tracked down administration.Only .. 1
by bloodhounds Saturday in the Atty. Gen. Robert F. division of child training I I campaign.If .
bleak, cold Nevada desert, More About BOB THOMASAP derstand the Kennedy has stated he does not schools was established to supervision : I you are ready to give your
.4 IS same thing happened -
; where he fled after police set intend to stay on after Novem- institutions for juvenile offenders i support call 376-8234 or "stop by 1
Movie.Television Writer > to people in England after .
120 S.E. 1st Ave.
r ; her> even if Johnson asks him which
roadblocks.The previously were
BandFrom HOLLYWOOD (AP) How they were warned about smoking -
Not knowing me is no ex
girl, who will be 17 Tues- to. But 'others, too, may fee separately. responsible to the
it with the American smoker it made them ,
i goes ; just more I make
as will myself j
i day, remained in the camper they will have discharged-by commissioners.The cuse
I' 10 weeks after the and to smoke.
SurgeonGeneral's nervous eager available to speak with
] truck which officers say was. 1 then their obligation to help you
(, stolen after the February knife Page report? Tony Randall: "Smoking is Johnson.preserve the continuityof I division of'child training individually or in groups. ,

If you judged from a cross- not a problem with me. I gave schools was established in 1957 Across From GreyhoundBus My Promises are: :

1. ? slaying of John and Mildred Ber- -Flute quartet: Karby Kerr, section of Hollywood smokers, it t up after I got out of the government. ,to supervise Sunland training Station 1. Courteous, efficient service i
II There have been visible
tella of Sherrill N.Y. some S.W. 4th Avenue
Thonda Smith Derrick
Mary not much change has been Army. My problem is gettingmy strains, and centers. Then, in 1961, the Legis- to all citizens and governmental -
The bodies of the many occasional
: vacationingNew and Margaret Newbury. wrought To number of movie wife to quit. I have told her behind-scenes skirm- lature created a separate division Call 3723376DAY agencies. ,

\ York couple were found -Clarinet quartet: Carolyn personalities> I put the question -she can smoke only in the bath- of Sunland training centers 2. Close Co-operation with
ishing policy. Some Kennedy NIGHT
over -
Junction Ariz. or
near Apache Walters Gail Howard
Tyler, : How are you coming along room at home. So now she'g es and the 1963 Legislature made business men and law enforce ,
They had been slashed and [ men are closer to the center .
Wallace and Franklin.
t.I stabbed to death.Lt. Bobby with your anti-smoking resolutions -to ,the bathroom much more of power than they were before ment officials in reducing the

.I.t -Clarinet quartet; Sharon if any? frequently than a normal human At No Place in of worthless checks. '
Joe Love of the Maricopa Kuitert, Pat Giffin, Julie Ten I ; some have moved away AVERAGE AMERICAN INCOME problem
.t 1 I Here are their replies: would'go.'One day she got madat from North Central Floridacan 3. The use of all available i
the inner
orbit or influ "
Ariz. sheriffs office .
I County, Eyck and Marilyn Bolton. I .
David Janssen: "I quit smoking me and said, 'I'm going to you find so many facilities in making our juvenile .
said Vanderham was charged -Coronet trio: Richard Hart, "
\ once and gained 25 pounds smoke in your bathroom! I Income of American and correction
,f with murder. Miss Robichard Kelly Hewett, and Mike Bus- Secretary of Defense Robert The average Used Typewriters (M) prevention
I don't know what caused it, a Donald O'Connor: "I was going A Adding Machines (44)
S. McNamara families rose to $7,140 in second to none.
will be turned to enjoys even program
over juvenile kind. (10)
Cask Registers
\ I officials in Phoenix, he said. Coronet trio: Ed Hill, Ray change of metabolism or Increase to quit, but then I had a television greater favor, if possible, than 1962 from $6,920 in 1961. In 1947it 4. Continuous efforts to improve '
of Idon't show do. I afraid I -
to Reconditioned
appetite. Anyway, was Typewriters
detention facilities for our
he did under Kennedy he is the was 430.
Vanderham told
and girl Sisler and Bob, Stahman. want..to,risk that again." if I gave up smoking. might Cabinet While They $1Q50 and mentally ill dli- ,
: strong man. increase juveniles -
An to
officers lefFFresno Cafif trio 'walk.
they :. ;, :Coronet : Mike ;; Anne Bancroft: "I find I'm throw me off timing. I'll easy way your
her home, Feb. 9, planning mar- er, Bob Selser and Bob Hilde-. than I' my" Rusk, despite last week's rumors -family income is by selling LestKISER'S zens.
smoking ever. un- next
riage. more quit Tuesday. has seemed to be farther Make a list then phone 372-8441, 5. Fair and unprejudiced disposition -

Iij':j' Nevada officers started a brand.Brass quartet: Dan Bowles, Ftter Lorre: "No, I haven'tAtlanta "in" than before; a series of things you aren't using with the Office Equipment of all matters coming

stopped at all. I figure you geas' has demanded 604 North Main Street before the court.
Miller Chris Poole and overseas flare-ups Gainesville Sun Classified Ads. county
manhunt when the slain couple'scamper Gary ,
Please! much damage driving behind Sales Service Rentals
huddle Pd. Adv.)
one foreign policy to ad. (
Austin Mike GambalLTwirling place your
was spotted near ,
a.bus as you do from smoking. after another. ,
Nev. The camper avoided a ensemble: Reeda Anne Baxter "I haven't
: quit '
j'h roadblock, then turned into the Mattair, Jan Purvis, Sandra As was inevitable, RobertKennedy's .
desert. Allen, Sandra Buckler, Cecelia Don't Help! and I know rye got to. I realizeI influence has dimin- .
don't smoke a cigarette; it
h shed of the
sharply. Secretary
Danford Pam Douglas, Gayle
The remained in the
girl vehicle smokes me.
Reeves and Verna McKinney. LOS ANGELES (AP-If you Treasury Douglas Dillon, Compact Equipment.
while Vanderham, a rifle "Excellent" ensembles: see Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartranft Sean Connery: "I gave up though deeply respected for ,
in hand fled into the desert. He
cigarettes some I've
I -Twirling duet: Pat Toole having car trouble and you ago. proven ability,'is less close,per- .
had abandoned the rifle when want to help them, don't Just been smoking five or six cigars sonally to Johnson..than he was
and Reeves.
he was tracked down Saturday. Gayle I a day and inhaling. I decided to Increases Efficiency
-Coronet trio: Richard Hart, ,mind your business and thanks,I II to ,President Kennedy.Evening .
I give them up, not because of the
Robin- anyway.
Curtis Miller and Steve
More About son. The Hartranfts, of Los Ange- report but because I wasn't feel Has #fA'

leg told their 'stalled lug up to par. You know some- Saves
-Brass sextet: Mike Walker police< car .and .
ting? I don't feel any better. Sour Ending "
Beach in a downpour Sunday. They
Bob Selser, Frank -y
HarrarFrom Rick Adams, Elton Cameronand went to a drugstore to call a Rock Hudson: "I can't quit WASHINGTON CAP) Har- ; -

Bill Selser. tow truck. smoking when I'm working. Too old J. ,Hoffman volunteer fireman
While I nervous. But I have cut down to will remember Costly Space
they were gone, a help- Saturdayas
j four or five a day when I'm not
More AboutJohnson ful motorist saw the stopped the night he:
Page 1 ". ? I triedit
car, apparently thought a driver working. Quit entirely 1. Received the James A. Sam.

was in the car (the windows : for a 'month one time and son Memorial Trophy ,for his

slonal organizations throughout were steamed), and gave it a gained i 20 pounds." leadership of Bladensburg'srescue
the world.
push. 0 squad.

He has received awards from From 1 Aided by the curve in the Hepatitis 2. Won the doorprize at the .

eleven Latin American countries Page road, the helpful motorist Scare Ending awards banquet a whisky flaskin ; 4 ..

and is an honorary professor ical assistance bill for the aged pushed the Hartranfts', right up the form of a fire extinguish :: ,; :

at several South American, and do so no matter how many to a service, station, gave it a MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP- er. .'"Iv..',,>" '

universities. The University of months it takes. hearty bump to push it over the Health officials hope to locate 3. Carried the prizes to his car

Florida gave him a certificate' curb, then drove away. the last of those exposed to parked in the firehouse lot and
The convention will map un-
The Hartranfts' smacked found that thief had unhookedhis -
for meritorious service to car here a -
agriculture hepatitis at a hospital
ion goals for this year's contract .
into severely clutch connections and
in 1950. a.concrete pillar, when University of Tennessee
bargaining. smashing the front end.Gfcftuarie. students return to :made off with the main lever
Dr. Harrar was chairman of The President's Council of medical from his transmission.i

the advisory committee for Economic Advisers had that laId classes Many today.of the students were / __ __ __ __ __ _
scientific development In Latin down so-called guidelines Calif. Students

America, National Academy of wage increases should be among about 2,000 persons exposed ,' .
annual LOUISE LAMBERTLouise to the sometimes fatal Like ScrantonSAN IE1FIJv _- _' '-
Sciences, National Research geared to a 3.2 per 4

Council, 1960-62, and was consul. productivity gain in industry as Kay Lambert infant disease when they ate in the FRANCISCO (AP) If 4 -mj
of Professor and Mrs. hospital cafeteria early last
tant on international science a whole, with a price cutback daughter of California -
activities for the National 'being made by industries with Roy E. Lambert, Route 4, Box week. Later, a kitchen employewas opinions Republican !
heeded Gov.
I found ill with the disease. collegians are ,
342, died unexpectedly yesterday -
Science Foundation for the profits outstripping productivity William Scranton of Pennsylvania
same period. increases.But at her home. The students left on a spring -

Dr. Harrar's writings cover I UAW President Walter P. Funeral services will be at holiday.last Monday and Tues should prepare to plungeinto

in Hillcrest Memorial -day. After a large-scale telephone the 1964 presidential race.
many interests. He has contributed -Reuther told a news conference graveside Scranton from dark
to three books on botany 'last Wednesday that the annual Park at 2 p.m. tomorrow. and publicity drive about came a
horse to win
II I auto industry Survivors, besides her 'par 1,000 persons were inoculated position Sunday a
and plant pathology written productivity gain in the third ballot nomination at
instead ents, include a brother Larry: Saturday in a mass immnnf -
60 technical papers in the fields is 4.9 per cent,
mock national Republican convention .
clinic. Another 200 received
of phytopathology and mycology -: of 3.2, and that the higher figure and three sisters, Leslie, Lorraine finn the California
the' globulin shots Sunday. staged by
and an of Gaines gamma
and numerous general articles -would be "a minimum economic Lynn, College Republicans.,

In national publications., goal" for his union this year. ville. The group which split last 1,
year from the more cOnservative

PlanATLANTA California Young Republicans -

KKK Maps New Segregation deadlocked on the first

two ballots among Sen. Barry Push-button telephones allow busy people to handle -

Black Muslim Goldwater, Gov. Nelson Rocke- several calls at, one 'time. These instruments speed" -'-
Ga. (AP) -A new Calvin Craig, grand dragon of tempted on 45 or 50 acres move: for to transfer .' : -- f
land with maybe a hundred ment and members of the Student ., feller and Ambassador. Henry your telephone work; make it easy you .
plan to escape integration is being the Georgia Klan, described Cabot Lodge. talk another line. '. i
while on
considered by Ku Klux Klan the coming homes. The facilities win be for i .Nonviolent Coordinating calls; let you hold you '
Muslim Malcolm X as I' .
the white Caucasian race.I Committee also were present.acknowledging "switchboards", sit conveniently .,
leaders who spoke at a mass Negro leader. He said that I Students Plan Streamlined console "I
the :. ..
Klan rally attended by Black Martin Luther King Jr., president The location has not been determined ; Craig, of Jeremiah X and I on the corner of a desk. Yet they handle Just :0'* t -

Muslims. of the Southern Christian ,I he said, but probably : aide presence, said: "I have more respect an- New Cuba TripSAN as much traffic as a regular PBXboard_ These modem .-'11 ;--'- r

Robert Shelton of Tuscaloosa,: Leadership Conference, "has will be somewhere between' for Jeremiah than I do for' FRANCISCO CAP-) consoles are the answer for many business problems. : j r -

Ala., imperial wizard of the gone as far as he can with the Birmingham and Tuscaloosa, the mayor of Atlanta. I'd rather Plans for a second trip'to Cuba with needs? / :? =

United Klans of America Inc., peaceful movement.- The Ne- have the two Negroes than two in defiance of State Department Is your equipment keeping up your ,. =
Ala.The /1
Office for : :
told The Associated Press in an groes realize that even with Klan leaders spoke to an scalawags from the mayor's .ttfice. regulations, were announced Call your Telephone Company Business a

interview Sunday night that the peace, they are not going. to get estimated 1,000 persons at the ." Sunday by the Student Committee free communications check-up. .. ( .

Man Js: considering a pilot private .. what they want" rally in downtown Atlanta. Then Tbe only incident OCCUrred .for Travel to Cuba. ... -E1 f = I I

Caucasion community. : Craig said the Klan was not targets were the civil rigbts.biD, when a white youth who acc0mpanied Chris Raisner, a San Francisco i\ .. =

"It> still In the planning' looking for trouble but would use Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. of Atlanta, two Negroes was struckin State College senior and area Southern Bell. : -:. ,.. -. -. :.

stage," he said, "and it may be what he called Jetage'reSist- Police Chief Herbert T. Jenkins the back by a robed klans- chairman of the committee, said .. < '" i

more* than a year before any. ance. "We'll fight if we're at- and' Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken- man Pollee were out in force, the Cuban Federation of University .aw1L9&4oF&le

thing'is started. Architects are tacked," he said. nedy. but devoted most of, their effortto Students offered to pay an a > : f -- "t \

working on it now." Shelton said the experimental White persons predominatedbut directing! traffic around Hurt expenses of some 500 Americansfor : :

Earlier, at a" rally in Atlanta, project "probably will be at Jeremiah.X, leader of ,tbe Park. the July trip. .

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Ii'' Mondoy, March 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun I ;

:rl/ uiomcoHOD f Junior Woman's Club Holds Annual Charity Dance I I AfC\ r Action South forlal;

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\ TODAY, March 23 4 -An
4 Buffet honoring : i b wa Mrs
supper 1ft. ford,
'It Miss Sarah D. Orton, fiancee k I : l lie

;1 of David George Decker, ......
;l 6:30 p.m., Mrs. David S. Anthony 1 ..y 'iw. ,
i I Twelfth Road. MV1 'ord,
1503 NW ) M "
-I!I THURSDAY, March. 26Bridesmaids' : .- ",""'4. 4' -< I ,..._........L., -"". ....- *ffin gs,,
luncheon, honoring -
| Miss Karen Owens, fiancee Hula dancers were in the spotlight when husbands of the Junior Woman's Dancing in old-fashioned bathing suits to the tune, "By The Sea," at the I V eat-
of Robert E. Rowe Club members presented their version of the hula. Pictured from left to Junior Woman's Club Charity Cabaret "Neptune's Kingdom," were Mrs. Gerald ives

/ 12:30 p. m., Mrs. Denver right are Gene Craig, Dan Hester, Jimmy Dukes, and Earl Russell. McCoy, Mrs. George Fletcher, Mrs. Asa Cox and Mrs. Allen Ross. D. -.

Baughan and Mrs. Louise By LOIS WEBBA Walker, Jim Wharton, L. T. o are

'I Midgette 1017 NW at Eleventh the latter's Avenue.home UDC Chapter Holds large whale, guarding the Jury, Jim Bishop and Alray I Calendar Of Events 1 I II .. rfrs.at

J) Rehearsal for Owens-Rowe entrance to the Moose Club, was Howard, with Mrs. Asa J. Cox, -
symbolic of the Junior Woman's Mrs. Howard Mrs. Gerald McCoy egetral
J wedding, 4 pjn. First Pres- Reactivation MeetingKirby & :
Club annual charity cabaret Sat- ;
,. byterian Church followed by i urday and Mrs. Earl E. Russell house. 75YY :
)I rehearsal dinner at the Hol- bringing the same dance "up to I TODAY, March 23 University City BridgeClub
Smith Chapter of guests were Mrs. Louis Thig- "whale of lot of
,,1 I iday Inn, 7 p.m., Mr. and a money"was date. 7:30 p.m., Universityof .
t Mrs. E. R. Rowe Jr., parents the United Daughters of the pen, Jacksonville, and her sister raised for the club's many S 0 r optimist Club, Dinner Florida Faculty Club Always preferred the "

,,1! of the bridegroom, asr Confederacy met at the Park Mrs. Claudia M. Ray of projects with more than 400 Included in the 1964 dance meeting, 6:30: p.m. PrimroseInn West Newberry Road. high-heeled pump here "n' dit
: !
Beach. members and in a gleaming Patentlite -
Pompano guests dancing to
hosts. Lane Cafeteria recently for in- numbers, emphasizing a sea Gainesville '"
Bridge version for Easter and all
music of Roddy Wood chock theme were Mrs. Bill T. De- Alpha Gamma Delta Alum through Summer '64. Cres- '"'""
and activation 7:30 RecreationCenter.
stallation r e ,
The program included slidesof and II. p.m.
FRIDAY March 27 his band. .
meeting. Kirby Smith is the the historical places in Moss, Mrs. John R. Webb, Mrs: nae Club, 8 p. m., Mrs. cent and triangle cutouts .-. .:
i of Miss Karen Marti at the
pretty provide -
Wedding The interior of the hall vamp
was McCoy, Mrs. Byron R. Martin, George Dreblowe. 1335 NE
daughter'of Dr. third oldest chapter in Florida. Gainesville and of the Battleof University of Florida air-cooling. White, or bone. .
decorated as an underwater;
ti I Mrs. C. Allen Ross, Mrs. SteveF. 7th Street. .
!I and Mrs. Karl Rhyden Ow- The officers for the ensuing Olustee Centennial February scenewith the stage resemblingan Schnell, Mrs. J. D. Hester, Shakespeare Anniversary USE CENTRAL CHARGE
ens, and Robert Roger Rowe A. H.' Mil- 22. island. Large fish nets were Gainesville Woman's Club Lecture Series, 8 p.m., Mc-
year will be: Mrs. and Mrs. Earl E. Russell, ap- :
'1I lj. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward ler, president;; Mrs. F. W. Mrs. A. P. Spencer, memberof hung from the ceiling with fish, pearing in old-fashioned bathing Division of Drama"Reading Carty Auditorium, Dr., Irving RAR'CRESTAURATEURS :
c,4' Roger Rowe Jr., 7 pjn., First Franks, vice president; Miss the local group, is a "Real shells, starfish and miniature in the Round", 8 p.m. Club- Ribnee of Tulane University. :

'U Presbyterian Church. Reception Gertrude Arrington, secretary; Daughter" and holds a life paper boats used in all decora- .., ... ... .. ,t
I following at Fellowship
\* Mrs. G. M. Strickland, treas- membership in UDC. suits.Church -
"I 2 Hall of the church. urer; Mrs. George E. Evans, Mrs. William T. Zeanah president Shoe Store '

l'!j SATURDAY, March 28 registrar; Mrs. E. W. Garris, Mrs. Mattie Mae Beasley and and Mrs. E. Alray Howard We're 47 YEARS NEW, IVy our DISCOUNT HOUSE .

Luncheon honoring Miss chaplain and Mrs. Mabel Mc- Mrs. Mattie Turbeville will be president-elect of the club, Hotel I China And Glassware 21 W. University Ave. .......
:f Anne Purvis, bride-elect of Mullin, historian. in charge of the scrapbook. cabaret chairman were in Company Open Fri. Evenings 'TI 9
., Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. InvItation charge of the event. CirclesTODAY 640 W. BAY ST, P.O. BOX 4313, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a:rr4W
The chapter'extends an
W. Lester,
of Jacksonville, 12:30: p. m., Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Sam mistress
.& District Director, to all members of the ."..
Miss Sherry Sanders and Jacksonville, of ceremonies, introduced the
in Gaines-
UDC residing .
now .
installed the officers gavea "
il Miss Pam Sanders, Gaines floor show numbers which
werea ....
UDC. Other ville or Alachua County. Highlands ,
... ville Golf and Country Club. talk concerning combination of new and old
Presbyterian Church
acts some repeated from the ,.

One of f Ten cabaret of 1959. 10 a.m., Circles 1 and 2, SPRING '.......
I You Could Be Mrs. Walter B. Parrish sang, Mrs. Cliff Walden, 1446 NE : : ; .."""

"Some of These Days" in the 22nd Avenue. I -..
I style of Sophie Tucker and Marvin .
Gresham, Sam Hollowayand 8 p.m., Circle 4, Mrs. Louise I i .4r '"
Street' '-

Y 'Best- Dressed on Main Andrew Tommy Hicks Sisters.impersonatedthe Street.Masterson, 1305 NE 12th .'... I'

selected as the which you may have already Mrs. William J. Fraser repeated ...-
of The one TUESDAYy
A chance to become one ....
her act of 1959
"Best Dressed Main Street, purchased or can buy. any singing
the "Ten Best Dressed Women Al Jolson's "Suwannee" and Highlands ,..,
U.S.A." U.S.A. Woman," will be flownto where in this city, or which,
Main Street
of the weekof Mrs. John R. Webb presented a Presbyterian Church ? r ......
York during
will be given to a woman in New if you like, you can make "beatnik" number. _..,
1 this city. A national search is April 27th, with the prizewinner's yourself. The maximum cost 8 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. Jerry .
women's editor or Husbands of members danc- .
underway, in which theIr commentator as escort, to for the wardrobe including a ing the'French can-can in color- Sheffield, 1040 NE 9th Street; .Oft..

4 Gainesville Sun is participat- visit the New York World's dress, coat, hat shoes, hand- ful costumes included Harry Circle 5, Mrs. Jack Austin, .-..... (

ing.Max Fair and other noted land- bag and other accessories, Green, B. C. Pafford, Benny I 1218 NW 44th Avenue. .t...
Hess, nationally-known marks. She will stay at one of whether ready to-wear or .

lieves Allentown it's, time Pa. that retailer someone be- New York's plush hotels; see made must not exceed $250. PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG I:1 SPECIAL PURCHASE-SPECIAL PRICE .,.. :

honored the fashionable women the latest Broadway plays Then you have a full length I: -_..:

t who throughout don't spend the thousands country of, and ties.meet a host of celebri- photograph yourself taken or in snapshot this new of I ROOM SIZE.& OVER SIZE LUXURIOUS RUGS ..acs

( dollars for clothes but who Then she will be driven by Spring wardrobe, and you =
are still stylish. chauffeured limousine to Al- complete in 100 words or less /ff Here is your opportunity to carpet your home at a price far less than you ....w

There are many "Best Dressed" lentown, Pa., one of the Na- the sentence: "I BELIEVEMY : would, expect for this quality ALL WOOLS ALL NYLONS ALL .. :'
each but every tion's All American cities, many extra good choiceof
I polls year .BECAUSE." List colors and patterns in sizes 1 1-2x11 to 12x21. .._
socialItes the famous Hess's department -
I one is confined to to visit I _...
included in the
the items
members of the Interna- store where she will j
I tional; Jet Set or glamorous receive a FREE Summer or wardrobe, cost of each made.That's and. WASHER SALE! I COME IN LOOK EM OVER BUY NOW AND SAVE
whether purchased or
motion picture stars. This is Fall war drobe. Before going LISTED BELOW ARE JUST A FEW FROM
the first time that a search home she will also visit -

of this kind is being made Philadelphia to see the Liberty Send the list, eassay, and I
t with The Gainesville Sun offering Bell and other National. photograph or snapshot of 3 SPECIAL. PRICE GROUPS

I you this opportunity ex- Shrines. yourself to the Gainesville Sun

I .clusively. woman single or care of the Women's Depart-
before April 1, 12x11-Royal-Rayon & Wool --we
ment. Do
,I Each of the "Ten Best married 21' years or older, so ., ....
12x12 Gold All
Dressed" will receive the coveted who is an American citizen 1964. Rayon-Foam Backed.
:i I Hess Fashion Trophy. and a resident: of this area, Don't delay. Do it today. $ 12x13-Turquoise-All Nylon12x14SandalwoodAll 1104

j Nylon .,. ,. .
Then the "best of the Ten" may enter. It is very easy. 55GROUP .
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I I N eIJ l WITH' 12x18-Green-100% Rayon ..?.. ..

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Please print or type: 88 12x19-Black & White Tweed-Rayon- .._.-
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My Spring wardrobe, which did not cost over $250 for all 12x20-Brown Wool-Gofd Wool -.,-
Items, was purchased by me in its entirety ( ) includedthe By William "Bill" C. Smith GROUP Purple Wool12x21RainbowGold ...
items circled which I made ( ), We all know that sunlightcan .. 4 cycles i-
Fully Automatic Lint]
faded streaks
CHECK WHICH AND BE CERTAIN TO CIRCLE THOSE drapes cause and other things left on Filter Tub .. Water Saver Giant Brown & Black Tweed ........
of Sized Tub Water
MADE) consists exposed to it. Temp. 14I
Dress (Cost: ); Coat (Cost: ); Hat (Cost ); I -
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Shoes ( : ; that the some kind of effect 12x15 Nylon-Beige Nylon .. ;
Accessories (Cost: ). results from leaving closet doors Advertised PRICE In Jacksonville! Purple Wool12x18Avocado ..
BECAUSE (complete in 100 words or less) etc This is especially true of MAYTAG $1 139GROUP Wool-Brown Wool ;:i
ocetate items. The oxides of Beige Nylon-Turquoise Wool -

nitrogen'from combustion pro- Sandalwood Wool ... I IH
duce faded streaks on the ex-
posed surfaces of fabrics.If $0095 12x21-Pumpkin Wool-Turquoise .::
you will keep closed doors Wool Sandalwood Wool ,.
dosed you will certainly delay
such fading and may avoid it I MANY OTHERS IN THIS GROUP.
entirely. :.
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II iJ I I ;wlE.:;:; ..: &fnrzutlk fe sL un THEVSOUTH OF Poverty War Helps. AllBy t f,

WALTER LIPPMANN ing how to reduce those real situation look better than
: :..; kUkrt PAT COWLES. Vice Prat- The world does ,move and causes. it is. There are contained in ,
''I .cab ED JOHNSON. Tic 'ft..Utnt there is no betterproof of it the 9 million families over 5 '
:: CxMBtlv: : W. G. JIm) than this THE OFFICIAL foundationof
.::? Florida's Beautiful Mi EilUri war on poverty million consisting of more
l11 ? EBEK80LE. Vc. PrcsUcat M. At- which President the "war" IS
Kennedy designed Chapter I than 17 million persons who
University City'
'f" '; :. Tie PMiUeat &*4 Ctre-.l PmliUcr Prte fttmBtef P.IUeber and President John- of the "Annual Report of the have a total income per family '
, u.. 1I"&I.r.f Of U. AtI .U, (Ga.) CeqUt1lUea son has begun to wage.A Council of Economic Ad- of less than $2000.

generation"ago it would visers" which was transmittedto There are also the lonely

,f ; : ... SHE SUN'S POLICY SouthernStudent's have been taken for granted the Congress in Januarylast. individuals more than 5 I 1\

I that a war on poverty meant million of them with in-
,;. -' ... 1. Report the news fully al._ impartially in the news columns. taking money from t h e"haves" The first question of course, comes of less than $1500a
":I J;I t '. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials and turning it over is to define what is meant by
j .. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial .issues. to the "have-nots." For until poverty. The answer is boundto The next step is to investi-

'I = ,. :: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 recently it was always as- be some kind of rough sta- gate the reasons why these 9
sumed that there was only so tistical standard. But as nobody be needed for housing rentor
Want Ads 376-4672 million families
It I : are poor. The
PleaIn much pie, and the social ques- is proposing to use these mortgage payments, utili- modern studies of poverty
\ : -- tion was how to divide it. figures ,to hand out money to ties and heat. This leaves have demonstrated I think
But in! this generation one individuals, an estimate of $1200. That is less than $25 a that
beyond dispute the
;:1! any country with a rep- might say in the past 30 average need for an average week for the whole family for greatest of all causes of pov-
: Liquor 'Price Fixing' recentative form of government years a revolutionary idea family will do.'for 'an under- everything else for clothing erty is a lack of education.The .
..t the right to vote is has taken hold in the ad- standing of the size of the transportation, recreation,
I next greatest cause is
i Now come Alachua County's liquor of minors. fundamental. Without it, all vanced countries of the world. problem.The medical care, insurance. which
discrimination makesa
''t i : dealers a group of people to whom other rights are eroded and, The size of the pie to be divid- official measure which Though $3000 a year would non-white family two-and-

il i the State of Florida has granted theprivilege ((3)) Making sure that local finally lost. With it, the dem- ed can be increased by invention has been adopted is to regardas be affluence in village in one-half times as likely to be
liquor and tyrant alike organization, capital poor a family of four whose India, it is harsh poverty to
agogue are
;, __. of selling whiskey. dealers: keep clean and moral prem- confounded. The ballot bringsall investment and fiscal policy, total income from all sourcesis the United States. poor as a white family.
ises. other within and then a whole society not less than $3000 a year. Another great cause of pov-
rights reach. There are 47 million famil-
;Il, They organized last week. just one part of it, will grow This is not enough money to erty is poor: health. Anotheris
J richer. ies in the United States and the absence of a full-time
I .a'i .. This is the prelude to a let- maintain a decent standard of
i (4) Keeping out the cutrates.Mr. ter from a young man in living for the family. If the at least 9 million of these wage-earner, due to the age of
k j They rallied around the wonder- Mississippi who last year THIS REVOLUTIONARYidea family spends 70 cents a day families nearly one-fifth of the parents or to the fact that

=:: ful key to group prosperity-"price Hintermister's goals was a freshman at the University which has been discov- per person it will spend a them, consisting of 30 million the family is broken.

II I t =' fixing." are more of Mis s issippi. He ered, tested and demonstratedin little over $1000 a year on food. persons are poor. These being the main causes
i high-minded than the high-handed was spiritually bruisedby this century is at work in That leaves $2000.It of poverty it is evident thatit

J} =- The key was molded at the first purposes stated by the men behind his experience. The departure every industrial society regardless is estimated that $800 will THE FIGURES make the is possible to reduce them ,

:::- the session that elected him presi- of more than 50 mem- of its basic doctrineand granting that they cannot '
wj meeting of the embryonic Alachua dent. But even as "goal number bers of the faculty and the ideology. It !is transforming all be eliminated by Improving -
i County Retail Liquor Dealers Asso- four police state atmosphere in- not only capitalism as it BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi the schools and the
) price-fixing should be elimi-
II; ciation last Wednesday. Declared organizer sofar as academic freedomwas was known a generation ago, public health facilities by '

''t t -- Stephen Wandzioch dittoed nated. and is, concerned shook but it is transforming also socialism combatting racial discrimination -

: :- by Nathan Pozin "The best goal of and communism as and where necessary, by

i this will be to the To include it anywhere in the him."A well.The public relief.
organization keep
parties of
l If j. cut-rate dealers out." reasons for the Alachua County Retail hoped," he wrote "that Western Europe for example .r i1 U Ur TT CAN BE said that all of

,. -- Liquor Dealers Association's when Governor Barnett departed have abandoned the the poor are not deserving

,t -- Now Alachua County is new to existence would jeopardize every there would be im- Marxist conception of the poor which can ,also be said

1I I : this liquor business. She's been dry other goal of the group. The "cut- provement in the capitol anda class struggle and there is ; of at least as many of the
1 il rates" are almost certain to Mississipian could begin to every reason to think that in non-poor. But it cannot be
I since pre-World War I days. She appearin hope and hold up his head. In the Soviet Union the Marxist argued that all 'the children

i 1 : voted only last September to be Gainesville in spite of whateverthe our (student) talks we all Leninism is giving way to the who are condemned to go to

'' : ''- otherwise. Then for almost seven Association has planned. agreed that Mississippi modern idea of an affluent our worst schools are receiv-

\'I' : months we waited while the Bever- could make a beginning in welfare state. And althoughthe ing all the education they are
And voting rights. There is no social less developed countriesare capable of absorbing.The .
the Wednesday night Mr.
: age Department tested group of Pozin
: mixing in a voting as yet unable to apply r truth is that we oughtto
\\1 1 : 120 eager applicants. Tuesday, the aptly, though unwittingly, said what
booth. Here, we believed, the the idea it is recognized by y spend more on the schoolsin
Department handed down the names would happen to the association if new governor could take a the leaders of all the more en- \ neighborhoods where the t

"f: of the 31 winners all supposedly the cut-rate dealers become estab- stand. He could say to the lightened ones. families are very poor be-

'i ; ; tried and true and select. lished in Gainesville: people that the state would The Kennedy Johnson cause the schools must playa
: protect and facilitate the campaign against poverty op- major role in overcomingthe
;right to register and vote. erates in this historical handicaps of living in.
J II : : From those 31 sprang the Ala "It won't be worth the powder it con- slum. I
text. The basic assumption is congested .
"But the letter
chua County Retail Liquor Dealer's would take to blow it to hell." ,
,'I : : 1 "there has been no such re that the American economycan There is no reason to doubt :

I:' Association. sponse. At Hattiesburg there readily produce the I //4 that if we take the measures

\: We take exception strongly with were helmeted police about means to reduce poverty- to counteract the causes of I,

t : We have high hopes for the Asso those who would make keeping out the courthouse when a cam- which was estimated as the poverty we shall in some de- '
lot of one-third of the nation
ciation. paign was on. The registrarstook
.1 : the cut-rates the "best goal" of the as much as two hours when Franklin Roosevelt took gree reduce it. The effort will .\

association. And we take exception with each applicant. This office and is now down to one- payoff well not only for the

t I It could be a vital combatant to with even those who would make it meant that no more than fifth. The real problem is to poor but for all of us. For

\ : -' the special problems that Gainesville' "goal number four." four or five could be regis- analyze correctly the causes "I 1 don't mind demonstrations you deny these kids there is nothing) good for a

liquor dealers will have to fight. The tered in a day. This was a of the poverty that remains an outlet for their natural aggressions, and you got nation as to become interested
slow down, compared with and to learn by experiment- real trouble." in doing good works.
; : liquor dealers are crammed into a The
Gainesville,Sun has
a great the time used to register
: relatively small 'with about 15 :
area ,- interest in the Liquor Association'sproceedings. white applicants.

: 000 University of Florida students, We assumed the com- WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST

., many of them under-age and with a munity mature "THERE HAS been a silence -
was enough to cast
yen for firewater. We have high at the state capitol.
:e hopes for this dealers association.But off its cloak of hypocrisy; when it Meanwhile, the mayor of
became an issue a year ago.Ve Jackson has notified the state The Love Affair Is OverWas

strongly supported the sale of liquor, and the nation that he will
they seemed dashed when a position which was endorsed by the regard even peaceful demonstrations

Mssrs. Wandzioch and Pozin stated voters in September.But as unlawful. The gfoui fork i mttttt Pierre Salinger didn't leave en and Kenny O'Donnell who never a leader there or
: the "best goal to keep the cut- police are being armed to a the White' House because talked less about loyalty than in the House and even when
1 :; :: rate dealers out." degree that is frighten!n g. By JAMES RESTON President Johnson didn't like anybody else but stuck he was president, he retained -
"endorsed by the voters" reminds The spectacle of "Thompson'stank WASHINGTON Both the
him or didn't want him. Actually around anyway. an Inordinate respect for
i .. us that the sale of liquor is a ,' an armored car stocked period of mourning for Pres- this amiable conspirator It is hard to say at this the committee chairmen and s s
Then a ray of support for our with tear buckshotand ident Kennedy and of exper-
1 regulated business conducted at the gas had more power under point whether the new men other elders of the Congress.
r hope glimmered through the sha. rifle and pistol imentation for President
suffrance of the ammu- Johnson than he had under on the Johnson team are When they growled he pausi
: dow cast by the original organizers electorate. nition, is not a reassuring Johnson are over Washington Kennedy. He simply decidedto better than the Kennedymen. ed and often retreated. t

; : of the Association. John Hintermis- sight. There is talk of con- is now a little like a girl do what he wanted to do They are simply dif-

: : ter, the man elected president of the This makes it entirely unlike any structing tention camps.concentration or de- boy settling friend.down The with mad the and old without any false sentimen- ferent, as different as Ken- President back row Johnson man In the was Sen-nota

: ; J'roupVednesday night stood up other business in the community.It's wonderful infatuation with tality. nedy and Johnson them- aze. He ran the place. He
"We know" the student the handsome The way he left Washington selves. BUT Moyers, Walter knew the elders
: : Thursday and took sharp exception young stranger intimatelyand
Jack Valenti andSalinger's
illustrates the real-
wrote, "that this summer new
with the this that from Boston ,1s. over -, even now feels rather
goals of his Wandziochand
organization. the He knew replacement, Geor
;= several hundred students somehow she always knewit ity of town. uneasy with them unless theyare
Pozin and perhaps a few silent from other colleges and universities wouldn't last so she is that if he told President ge Reedy are all close to growling. This is an
:: The Association needs a new "best others forgot when they declared the are coming to Mis- adjusting to reality. Johnson he was going to run the President personally. important change.

:: goal" Mr. Hintermister told The "best goal" of the liquor dealers is to sissippi as volunteers to as Everything is less romantic for the Senate in California, They are not decorative or
sist !in this would confront the White brilliant but competent, dependable -
organizing voter
HE IS NOT Inclined to
..._ Sun. keep out cut-raters. The real goal of and more practical part regret and above all loy- so
House with both a political ,
.-- the liquor dealers is to serve the public groups. and part relief; beer in California al. retreat. Kennedy put his ar-
"We would like to publicizethe instead of champagne; not complication guments clearly and forciblyto
: And he said it: from which they have the and the loss of
1 fact that we believe the fancy but plain and in many a press sec- the congressional leaders,
.. privilege of operating. Members of governor publicly should wel- ways more natural and, retary in Washington.SO IT IS NOT clear who but there was usually some-

ft." (1) Establishing rules for self-po1 the Liquor Association are about to come them and say that the hopefully, more durable. among the new ones will say"no" thing detached and even don-

1 : licing with standards higher than err by forgetting one vital fact: state of Mississippi will protect HE DIDN'T consult to President Johnson nish about his willingness to
them while here. the President on the move a necessary but perilous assignment
mere legal requirements. THE NOSTALGIC pretenseof grant,the merit in the otherfellow's
: for fear Johnson would
try or bring to the
"We don't dare argument.
our months of
: the first three
What the people have given the to block it, but waited untila White House those useful
local media to publicize this. administrationis
ii .-::: ((2)) Keeping liquor from the hands people can take back. Our parents would be ha- the vanishing.Johnson Most peole have few days before the dead- commodities of vivid language President Johnson grants

rassed and would line before filing in Califor- a sense of history, and nothing in an, argument, not
we subject
e. .. .- stopped talking as if Ken nia and told the President above all, a sense of humor, even equal time. He is not
to trotiDJ at tile unI-
nedy were Lincoln and John- what he to do. but Johnson himself
Ii was going will pro- detached or objective but
versity. But we do ask that
Jim The
son were Farley. This eliminates the three vide many other attributes.He highly subjective: Ask not
the of
Voice our state do
governor elaborate effort to that
I ;: of the People this. We do not want the Boston loves Austin prove and vice S's from the old White House is effective' precisely what you have done for Lyn-
becuase be Is don Johnson but what
summer to be one of violence versa is less, apparent. People staff Sorensen, Schlesinger so determined you
and shame. We ask Gov- here are planning their and Salinger and leaves even r humorless, particularlyin have done for him lately.

I ernor Johnson to assure the lives on the assumption that K e n n e d y's foreign affairs his dealings with the Con- This may not be the most
p L On The Sun's Opinion Page state and the nation that the the Johnson administrationis chief of staff, Bundy a Re- gress. attractive quality of the new

-, citizens of this state can at going to be around for publican, and, ironically, the John F. Kennedy was a administration but it works.

: _ufkiJ.l; !! .eomm.nh..d be., the.' WMt"Sun reeele".* .**'.ore... Name welcome. will'I.. -k the. withheld Voic.! o'I If the r'lIu..teel.**U e.lullla.A!Utter Utters should least be allowed to vote." for quite a while. Irish Mafia Larry O'Bri- back row man in the Senate. The amiable qualities of the

: net exceed 500 words sad must *. written human spirit are not alwaysthe
on enly one side of the .,
.. o .r. Poetry cannot be used. The
; Sue THE plea is
: I..t..t.r..rY" the ri.ht ** reject "r letter .h.rt. "' without fc"il". the writer' .....1... or a most effective in politics.Kennedy's .

::- Backward Move dren regardless of the parents' come a sycophant to a higher fundamental That the Negro one. eventuallywill POTOMAC FEVER being praised qualities by many are men now

vote is sure. The Con- who voted against him and
wishes. When elected officials official.
Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau
Z At Melrose High become so arrogant and high- stitution guarantees it. The By Johnson's qualities are now
oI handed it is time to vote them This vo-ag teacher teachesnot courts and the federal govern- being condemned by a lot of
EDITOR Sun: At this time, out of office just as they only agriculture but shop ment are equally bound. So, Barry Goldwater pleads for more campaign contributions. Times change legislators who are voting
when school were math, woodworking blacksmithing for that swiftly. Barry is now the pocket of poverty candidate.
; :.. boards all over voted in. It is considered matter are all state with him.
I; the welding and general courts and --
country are building new legislatures as
opinion that the voters of -
schools with frantic haste, repairing. This vo-ag teacherI well as all governors.In LBJ says he's glad the Irish have taken over the government. The Irish It all depends on the test
: we have a school board in new nam County should vote of in a have found to be a fine the past two years, in 11 aren't unhappy with Johnson as boss either. Looking at the head-lines, they The lovers of style are not

Putnam County that is unique. Instruction Superintendent and whole Public neighbor a good Christian and Southern states, an approximate say this is no time to take the job aw ay from a Protestant. too happy with the new ad-
-!Yi a new as a teacher I can only ministration, but the loversof
say 265,000 have --
That school
board is
school board to
going protect their that :'my son has benefitted its Baker. It's felt substance are not com
Z to down-grade the Melrose children's interest. been qualified as voters. In Internal Revenue probes employes for links with Bobby
.* High School by eliminating greatly from his guidance. To' Texas, the organized effort Baker was so patriotic, he anticipated national policy with a do-it-yourself tax plaining.
Vocational agriculture is list- lose this teacher will be unfor-
produced also a substantial cut.
V the 10th 11th and 12th grades, .
ed being offered in
*-* hear. only tunate but not unusual at all increase in Mexican American --
-' -we fc two schools in Putnam Countyas in Melrose.It voters in addition to new A New York radio station now accepts whisky commercials.' We're in a A parking apace is an unfill-

ZZ At present there are 19 compared to seven schools seems to me that to get white and Negro registrants.The bind. First the TV commercials drive us to drink_-and then' the radio hooks, able opening in an unending
:.. schools in this county and only offering this course in an a- along in the Melrose schoola Negro will always make us. line of cars near an unapproachable
five of these schools
are high joining county. Now the
= teacher 'must become up a small percentage of -- fire plug on the
*- ;! intends schools. Now the school board ag class is being dropped from completely submissive to the the total vote. But that even Polls show President Johnson is far ahead of any Republican; candidate. other'side of a one-way street

: to cut this number to Melrose High leaving only one omnipotent diety who presides this number should find obstacles :Matter of fact, it's hard to name anybody these days who Isn't f raheadof .(Leliort)l.
r> only four high schools in the school in Putnam County of- there.A in the .
in candidate. ..
whole way, as any .
county. fering this course. few years ago at a ,PTA Mississippi and other South- -- ? ? ,
=fc This school board is alleged I believe the vo-ag classis meeting I asked a question.The ern localities, is a denial of People hope Republicans win their fight to continue the Bobby Baker probe. Time is that vast expanse

-'to have said that they will de- being dropped to get rid of principal jumped to his m fundamental, con '. social It's inspiring to read about a man with a real gift for making. friends. and between> pay days. (Marshall.

-cidt what is best for our chil the present vo-ag teacher, who (VOICE continued on Page S) right. making, it pay off., town Times Republican. ,t

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,4 Gainesville Sun Monday, March 23, 1964
'I NOTICE I:dist Church; Southwest section

l. J CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS The 5th Sunday services and'Gene Mills Shop; and Southeast

,i r also Easter program will beheld section, Mount Mortal

1 jointly at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
V r B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor I Primitive Baptist Church with There will be registration

f datotrilkFlorida's: .wt s< SPRING CARNIVAL SET During this meeting, the dues Rev. H. Kinsey, pastor and held on both Mondays and
president' Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. it
1\ are to be paid.
i T' 8:30: p.m. Transportation
\ A&M University 14th annual be provided.
Spring Sports Carnival will IN HOSPITALJoe LACROSSE NEWS and
JOHN =. HARBISON. TittUtmt >M PATIENT Please come out regis
r.'U aberi PAT COWLES. Vic Fred feature an Olympic flair witha Warren, of Mims, well TOTE OF THANKS ter if you are not a Iready reg.
dent ED JOHNSON Vie President parade of athletes, citrus Mrs. Doris Reed wishes to
| queens known here and large scale istered. Albert_ Daniels, reporter.
,II Beautiful t { ; sad ExeemiiT Editors W. G. (sill and the symbolic torch. ,The grower, is to undergo sur- thank the members of the .
r EBEKSOLE. Vie President and AT *- Choirs' Union for their daia-
carnival will be held here March
D.C. hospital
in a Washington, -
wilt DirecUn
.1 1 University City' 27-28 with tions and others for acts of
Vic President a4 ClremU- er competition being > it was reported here. MRS. DOLUE FORD
.a I offered in track and field kindness shown during her ill-
I I'I'l' U. ) golf, Final rites for Mrs. Dollies
ness. Mrs. Doris Reed.
baseball, and tennis.
Ford of 714 N.W. 7th Ave., who
.\ THE SUN'S POLICY Bob Hayes, the talented sprinter -IMPROVING died March 19 at Alachua Gen--
; who holds world records for Mrs. Alberta Tillman, a mem- SOMEWHAT IMPROVED
1. Report the news fully and i impartially In the news columns. the 60 and 70 yard dashes indoors ber of Mt Pleasant Methodist Joe Gaset, of Jacksonville, Hospital following a

"I -' 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-- ditorials and the 100 yard dash out- Church, who is ill, was reportedas :well known here, an employee illness, will be conducted

i 14. .f.:., 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. doors, will be making his only improving at her home. of Dr. L. B. Childs, who is ailing Tuesday at. 2 p.m. from the

; -. ,h The Sun's telephones: All Department] -372-8441 appearance here this season. He Mr. Freeman, who was a patient in the Brewster Hospital, Mt. Herman Baptist Church
with the Rev. F. W. Williams
to in the Vetreans Hospitalat somewhat im-
was reported as
is scheduled to run the 100 and
1 .. Want Ads-376-4672 Interment will follow -
.n: 200-yard()( dashes. Lake City, was reported as proved. officiating.
h Some 15 teams have indicated much improved at his home in the Pine Grove Ceme-

\ ....-.. .! that they will participate in the NOTICE tery.Mrs.
two-day carnival. Southern Uni- Times, of NW 10th St., a Ford is survived by nine

:! .: Liquor 'Price Fixin gov-rep- .versity of Baton Rouge, La., is patient in the Veterans Hospitalat Union The Ministers No. 2, auxiliary and Deacons of the children, Eddie Lee Ford, Mrs.

..l .. .& '-' is the defending FAMU Relays Lake City, was reported as Sussie Elliott, Abraham Ford,
Association will meetat
balanced improving and is now visitingat Roosevelt Ford Miss Lillie i
of minors. champion. Strongly
Alachua County's liquor all
: Now come the Shiloh Missionary Baptist
from Texas his home for several weeks. Ford Odis Ford Pete Ford,
J.. whom and teams are expected ,
dealers, a group of people to Church with Rev. N. A.
Southern University, Houston, Willie Ford, Theodore Ford,
'l the State of Florida has granted the (3) Making sure that local liquor dem- and FAMU. Jackson, pastor, at High. one brother, Bubber Killings,
{ are PERSONALSMiss Springs, March 2729.
l privilege of selling whiskey. dealers keep clean and moral prem- brings "We have the best balanced Roberta Parks, a teacher one sister, Mrs. Cora Griffin,

Ik 4 ises. team in years," said Dick Hill in the Ft. Lauderdale Public DRIVE BEGINSThe 25 p ran dchildren, 6 great-
organized last week. of Florida A&M. The Rattler, --..-v51->-enf Other relativesand
They arrived here
School System,
.l voters' drive
a let thinclads won the Florida Athletic friends.
a (4) Keeping out the cutrates.Mr. in Club Invitational Meet at Saturday to spend the Easter begins today at 6:30 p.m. All
the wonder- holiday with her relatives and I The familmy and friends are
They rallied around year the University of Miami, March persons who are not re-s-
I friends in Gainesville.Miss ,to meet at the home of Mrs.
ful key to group prosperity-"price Uni- 14. They competed in the Texas tered and desire to be registered -
1s : Hintermister's goals are more Mary H. Stevens and :Ford, 714 N.W. 7th Ave., at
He Southern University Relays at can do so. There will be
I t :ti fixing. high-minded than the high-handed Houston Saturday, March 21. Miss Mary H. Thomas, both of, free transportation providedat 1:15 p.m. to form the cortegeto

1 purposes stated by the men behindthe Stillman, FAMU and Southernwill Orlando, were guests here yes-: the following places: South- the church.
I ". The key was molded at the first session that elected him presi- mem- play a round robin baseball terday. west section, Mt. Carmel Bap- Hughes & Chestnut Funeral

( meeting of the embryonic Alachua dent. But the tourney Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Helen Edwards returned tion, Bartley Temple Metho- I Home in charge.
even as "goal number Atlanta
County Retail Liquor Dealers Asso- in- Golf and tennis will begin Fri- here yesterday from
four, price-fixing should be elimi Ga., where she was called
) ciation last Wednesday. Declared or- nated. shook day and continue through Sat- because of the illness of her By Interlandi I

ganizer Stephen Wandzioch, dittoed urday. daughter, Mrs. Helen M. Mack, BELOW OLYMPUS
The drawings for the
by Nathan Pozin, "The best goal of whose condition was reported
: To include it anywhere in the Relays will be held Friday night.
this organization will be to keep the had The trials and some final events somewhat improved. 11
reasons for the Alachua County Re- Thelma Watts and
( "that Mrs. son,
cut-rate dealers out. will be held Saturday morning
tail Liquor Dealers Association's de- Jim of Miami, whose visit
beginning at 9 o'clock. The finals
M existence would jeopardize every im will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday for here for the past two weeks
Now Alachua County is new to
has been flew
other and track and field events. yes-
goal of the The "cut-
: this liquor business. She's been dry group. to terday to their home.
The relays will with
since pre-World War I days. She rates" are almost certain to appearin In Hayes, FAMU's Olympic hope- Mrs. Jane Williams returnedto

}I ,,: voted only last September to be Gainesville, in spite of whateverthe ( ) all ful, Carrying the flag. He will be Gainesville yesterday from

':; .. otherwise. Then for almost seven Association has planned. followed by an honor guard, the Detroit, Mich., following a two-

::: months we waited while the Beverage in ROTC band, and the participantsfrom Mrs.week Sarah visit with Hall her, and daughter other,

1 :: Department tested the group of And Wednesday night, Mr. Pozin no so- the various schools. relatives.
voting The games will commence following -
:: 120 eager applicants. Tuesday, the aptly, though unwittingly, said what the a salute to the queens, Miss Helen Johnson, of

:: Department handed down the names would happen to the association if a an address by Dean W. H. Shir- Ocala, passed through Gaines-

=: of the 31 winners, all supposedly the cut-rate dealers become estab- the ley, introduction of track digni- ville yesterday visit en route with to Tal-her
lahavee to
lished in Gainesville would taries, and the playing of the
: tried and true and select.
Blocker and
the National Anthem. aunt, .Mrs. Jennie ,
1 ._ .L vote. NOTICEAll other relatives.

:: From those 31 sprang the Ala- "It won't be worth the powder it persons who are taking James Williams, of St. Petersburg 1

;: chua County Retail Liquor Dealer's would take to blow it to hell." letter, part in the Easter program are passed through the

:: Association.We re asked to meet at the Friendship University City yesterday en
Church at 7:30 route to Jacksonville.
We take exception strongly with about Baptist today
: p.m. and also Thursday at 7:30
I 1: have high hopes for the Asso- those who would make keeping out cam- p.m. SLATES PROGRAMThe

I ....- ciation. the cut-rates the "best goal" of the hours Undenominational Choirs

association. And we take exception This SLATES MEETINGThe Union will present a program,

: It could be a vital combatant to with even those who would make it than Pallbearers' Lodge No. entitled "Choirs in Parade" at

:: the special problems that Gainesville "goal number four." regis- 113 will hold its meeting tomor- the New Salem Baptist Church "I don't mind demonstrations you deny these kidsan
f row at 8 p.m. at the regular j today at 8 p.m. outlet for their natural and
:: liquor dealers will have to fight. The a aggressions, you got
The is invited.
meeting place. public "
real trouble.
:: liquor dealers are crammed into a The Gainesville Sun has a great } with ,

:: relatively small area with about 15- interest in the Liquor Association'sproceedings. 5)E

:. 000 University of Florida students, We assumed the com- WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST

:: many of them under-age and with aI' munity was mature enough to cast a si-

: for firewater. We have high .
yen off its cloak of
hypocrisy when it

; :..-- hopes for this dealers association. became an issue a year ago. We state of The Love Affair Is Over

strongly supported the sale of liquor, will
I\ :: But they seemed dashed when
i a position which was endorsed by the

I :: Mssrs. Wandzioch and Pozin stated voters in September. The 2ta ftorlt wimts Pierre Salinger didn't leave en and Kenny O'Donnell, who Was never a leader there or

-:;: the "best goal to keep the cut- to a JAMES RESTON the White House because talked less about loyalty than in the House and even when

;rrate dealers out. n g. By President Johnson didn't like anybody else but stuck he was president, he retained -
p*"" But "endorsed by the voters" reminds WASHINGTON Both the him or didn't want him. Ac- around anyway.It an inordinate respect for

I I'I : us that the sale of liquor is a stock- period of mourning for Pres- tually, this amiable conspirator is hard to say at this the committee chairmen and
!iJ. Then a ray of support for our ident Kennedy and of exper-
regulated business, conducted at the had more power under point whether the new men other elders of the Congress.
: imentation for President
I t( HU.: hope glimmered through the shadow suffrance of the electorate. Johnson than he had under on the Johnson team are When they growled he paus-
3: cast by the original organizers Johnson are over. Washington Kennedy. He simply decidedto better than the Kennedy ed and often retreated.
V is little like girl
( of the Association. John Hintermis- con- now a a do what he wanted to do men. They are simply different
de settling down with the old President Johnson nota
or was
This makes it entirely unlike any without false sentimen- as different as Kennedy -
ter the elected of the any
II :: man president boy friend. The mad and back row man in the Sen-
tality. and Johnson them
other business in the .
:2jroup: Wednesday night, stood up community.It's w o n d erful infatuation with aze. He ran the place.; He
1\i The he left selves. Bill Moyers, Walter
d' Washington -
Thursday and took sharp exception the handsome young stranger illustrates way the new real- Jenkins, Jack Valenti, andSalinger's knew the elders intimatelyand

::: with the goals of his organization. this that :Mssrs. Wandziochand from Boston is over ity of the town. He knew replacement, Geor- even now feels rather
-- somehow she knewit
.. always uneasy with them unless they
: Pozin and perhaps a few silent uni- wouldn't last so she is that if he told President ge Reedy, are all close to are growling. This is an

::: The Association needs a new "best others forgot when they declared the Mis- adjusting to reality. Johnson he was going to run the President personally. important change.HE .

1 ZL; goal," Mr. Hintermister told TheT "best goal" of the liquor dealers is to to as- Everything is less romanticand for the Senate in California, They are not decorative or
this would confront the White brilliant, but competent, de-
Sun.n keep out cut-raters. The real goal of reg- more practical, part re- House with both a political pendable and above all, loy- IS NOT so inclined to
the liquor dealers is to serve the pub- gret and part relief; beer in Californiaand al. retreat. Kennedy put his arguments -
*- instead of not complication and
champagne clearly
And he lic from which they have the ; forciblyto
said it: gotten the the loss of a press sec-
fancy but plain, and in many the congressional leaders,
I .-.. privilege of operating. Members of wel- ways more natural and, retary in Washington.SO IT IS NOT clear who but there was usually some-

p(1)( ) Establishing rules for self-po- the Liquor Association are about to the hopefully, more durable. among the new ones will say"no" thing detached and even don-
HE DIDN'T consult
5" ]licing with standards higher than err by forgetting one vital fact: pro- to President Johnson nish about his willingness to
the President on the move a but perilous as-
THE pretenseof grant merit the otherfellow's
i -- mere legal requirements. for fear Johnson would try signment or bring to the
our the first three months of argument.
What the people have given, the this. the Johnson administrationis to block it, but waited untila White House those useful

'>_ ((2)) Keeping liquor from the hands people can take back. ha- vanishing. Most peole have few days before the dead- commodities of vivid language President Johnson grants

r.r sub- stopped talking as if Kennedy line before filing in Califor a sense of history, and nothing in an argument, not
uni- Lincoln and John- nia and told the President above all, a sense of humor, even equal time. He is not
I that were Jim The what he was going to do. but Johnson himself will provide detached or objective but
4.y son were Farley.
do elaborate effort to prove that This eliminates the three many other attributes.He highly subjective: Ask not

Voice of the People the Boston loves Austin and vice S's from the old White House is effective precisely what you have done for Lyn-
becuase he is don Johnson but what
vio- versa is less apparent. People staff Sorensen, Schlesinger so determined, you
Gov- here are planning their and Salinger and leaves even humorless, particularlyin have done for him lately.

the lives on the assumption that Ken n e d y's foreign affairs his dealings with the Con- This may not be the most
; Sun's Opinion Page; the the Johnson administrationis chief of staff Bundy, a Re- gress. attractive quality of the new

can at going to be around for publican, and, ironically, the John F. Kennedy was a administration but it works.
.;: Opinions and comments of Sun readers art w.kom. in the Voict of the People column. ." for quite a while. Irish Mafia Carry O'Bri back row man in tile Senate. The amiable qualities of the
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter i
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. is human spirit are not alwaysthe
..: Sun Intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning a most effective in politics.Kennedy's .

qualities are now

:=Back ward Move dren regardless of the parents' come a sycophant a Con- POTOMAC FEVERBy being praised by many men

wishes. When elected officials official Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau who voted against him andJohnson's
? At 1 Melrose High become so arrogant and high- This vo-ag teacher qualities are now
i r- handed it is time to vote them not govern- being condemned by a lot of
: only agriculture So Barry Goldwater pleads for more mpaign contributions. Times change
EDITOR, Sun: At this time, out of office legislators who are voting
just as they were
::when school boards all over voted in. It is my considered smithing, woodworking, welding and, state swiftly. Barry is now the pocket of poverty candidate. with him.
the as --
country are building new
opinion the
schools with frantic baste, voters of Put- repairing. This vo-ag LBJ says he's glad the Irish have taken over the government. The Irish It all depends on the test

T;"'we have a school board in nam County should vote in a I have found to be a in 11 aren't unhappy with Johnson as boss ei there Looking at the headlines, they The lovers of style are not
new Superintendent
i =Putnam County that is unique. Instruction and whole of Public neighbor, a good Christian : say this is no time to take the job away from a Protestant. too happy with the new ad
a new as a teacher, I can only have ministration, but the loversof
I --
That school board is going school board
to their
; protect that my son has Revenue its for felt substance are not complaining -
J:>(to down-grade the Melrose children's interest. In Internal probes employes links with Bobby Baker. It's
:=High School by eliminatingthe greatly from his guidance. effort Baker was so patriotic, he anticipated national policy with a do-it-yourself tax .
agriculture is list- lose this teacher will be
.- 10th, 11th and 12th grades, ed as being offered in only tunate but not unusual at Ameri- cut. -- !

vwe. hear.Z" two schools in Putnam Countyas in Melrose.It to new A New York radio station now accepts whisky commercials. We're in a A parking space is an unfiD- I

At present there are 19schools compared to seven schools seems to me that to. bind.. First the TV commercials drive us to drink-and then the radio hooksus. able opening in an unending I
i! -& in this county and only offering this course in an a- along in the Melrose make line of cars near an unapproachable
:;:Tive of these schools
are high joining county. Now the vo- a teacher must of -- fire plug on the

Jr IChools. Now the school board ag class is being dropped from completely submissive to even Polls show President Johnson is far ahead of any Republican candidate. other side of a one-way street

;:intends to cut this number tomanly Melrose High leaving only one omnipotent diety who ob- Matter of fact, it's hard to name anybody these days who isn't far ahead of (Leisure) .
four high schools in the .
: : in Putnam County offering there.A as in any Republican candidate.

3rhole county. this course.I few years ago, at a South. -- .

.es* This school board is alleged believe the vo-ag classis meeting I asked a of People hope Republicans win their fi ght to continue the Bobby Baker probe. Time is that vast expanse

-. have said that they will de- being dropped to get rid of The principal jumped to social It's inspiring to read about a man with a real gift for making friends and between pay days. (Marshall-

We what is best for our d iil4 the present vo-ag teacher, who (VOICE continued on Page ) making it pay off. town Times Republican.)

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l" 1 Monday, March 23, 1964 Gainesville. .. Sun 5

n t I ; Voice More About nails were used, the sufferingsof
l c; I f:> !t f

I If.:f.V-.' \ <. C'HORDS the victim were more in-

: VOICE, Continued from page f The Last Hours of Jesus tense but briefer. In either

I; is too'manly and decent to be- case the victim could live for

: feet and started shouting and J :.,a considerable length of time,

waving his arms like an excited j And Discords I 6- From Page 11 even for das.It .

little school girl. was a painful death, involving .

'. 'He never,p did directly answer i I i! BY VERE RICHARDS top, which jutted out from th learned it from the Persians,'' tells us that "the soldiers, out: scourging and carry-

t ,my question. '' i main part of the hill beyond am l and the Romans from the Car of rage and hatred, amused ing the cross and then the Ions;:
J'V I would rather see our school gave the name Calvary, or Skull,I thaginians. themselves by nailing their prisoners hours nailed to the cross, suffering -

t -. lose a hundred such principals Sunday evening, March 15, chant. It is of course embellished : I heard the music in the small to the area.Beyond At the time of Christ, crucifixion in different postures; and! from the wounds of the

I J[. than one teacher like our voi the choir of the First Presbyterian but the solid solemnity cf Sentenary Methodist Churchon this hillock, a little t'(I was a common form of so great was their number that: nails, weakness, thirst, suffo-

fl' ag teacher.: Church under the direc the chant has served his pur- the Hawthorne Road. The the left, he would see the open o punishment throughout the Roman -space could not be found for cation, heat and cold, constriction -

u I\ i As a result of this letter I tion of Willis Bodine directorof pose well and becomes a pae- choir is small, too, but there tag of a tomb that had been cu Empire. Condemned criminals crosses nor crosses for the I of the muscles, and the

expect my son's marks to go music, presented a contem an of praise while not removing -I was a devoted sincerity about in the solid rock of the hill. Thi I dying on a cross werea bodies." gradual drop by-drop loss of

J ',:. down sharply, but this letter porary choral work, "Sym a step from its religious their singing of "Peace Be area was the site of Christ's era. familiar sight in every province Originally both the Greek and blood. Many ancients consid-

1.-\ had to be written. phony of Psalms," by Igor element. It is a wonderful pieceof Still" that made me feel it too cifixion, burial and resurrection., where Roman justice was Latin words for cross meant ered crucifixion the most

.... WALTER WILSON SR. Stravinsky.The writing and well worked out was a real tribute to God, It would seem that to the Persians ,, administered. simply a stake or pole. In fact, shameful and the most painful

i Melrose text was made up of ver I in its presentation, ending in the source of all beauty. The is due the credit or discredit Crucifixion was unknown to at times the victim was suspended form of death.TOMORROW .

I' '.' ses from Psalms 39, 40, and a deep and impressive rever- director, Bob Moore, sang the for the invention 01 r Jewish penal law, although attunes on a single stake or even on : The execution

t :: Transit Strike 150, and the.: composer's rich ence at the end. There was a last verse as a solo, with fine crucifixion. It was used by Alex,o the body of the one executed .. a living tree. This upright stake gets under way.INCOME.

I melodies, with the unusual in large evening audience to hearit. tone color, and understanding ander the Great and by his sue. was hung on a tree, in gave its name to the entire instrument

!! : -TOKYO (APJ) The 17,000 tervals and the background of: In the morning, Sunday, feeling. cessors,the Diadochi, but neve. which case he was considered of torture, which consisted TAX

f member Tokyo traffic labor almost oriental color madesetting a in Greece itself. The Syrian*:I to be cursed: "For he is accursed of an upright stake to

t union staged a three-hour strike that was fresh and im- :also used it. The CarthaginiaxzAccidents *; of God that hangeth on which was attached a cross GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS

i today immobilizing Tokyo's city: \.e. (c) New York Times a tree." (Deut. 21:23): )) beam.

J'| run streetcars, buses and sub The treatment of the 39rt I Bridge By I This may help to explain why The height of the cross varied -t i

ways and holding up an esti Psalm was such that one hal ALAN TRUSCOTT : Jesus' enemies were so insistent considerably. There was, 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924

mated 300,000 commuters. a feeling of an unusual depthof I I that Pilate should crucify him. i the low cross (crux humilis)

H entreaty of a really great The choice between playing NORTH (D) Fatal to 8 They felt that they could nip in and the high cross (crux subli-!

!. NOTICK OF INTENTION need and a strong underlyingfaith for a drop or taking a finesse J 8632K953 the bud any movement in ,his mis), and both were used fre
TO Pursuant REGISTER to' Section FICTITIOUS 865$ "W' NAME Florid that "I might recover my may be very close mathemati.i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I favor by arguing that, having,quently.On -

Statutes notice is hereby given thai strength." The modern harmonies ,cally when an even number of + A Q J Traffic accidents took at least: hung on the tree of the cross,:I

b, tne doing undersigned business under, Chester the firm M. name Paulson off < added to the emotional -:cards is missing. The following I 4-A2 eight lives in Florida over the! Christ was accursed of God. (Cf. the crucified the low cross the feet of
were just
Gainesville Upholstery I Repair Games drive. The choir work layout is typical: WEST EAST weekend. Gal. 3:13)) NOW! PAUL NEWMAN
yule Alachua f County. Florida intend! the ground. and often as partof
to register Mid fictitious name under i ed this all out very well witBodine's With four cards missing, the' KJVQ10874 Sally May Simmons, 55, and, Among the Romans, crucifixion his he
the provisions!/ ? the aforesaid Statute. Bonnie 47 both ol : punishment was exposed -
Dated at Gainesville. Florida, this. guiding hand strong obvious play is to cash the ace, sK76 Treadway, was originally a punish- thus to the attacks of

j' Jth day. of Chester Parch.M.A.D.Paulson 1964. and sure. I II and king, in the hope that' the I. 1098532 Port Salerno, were killed Saturday ment inflicted on slaves and was dogs and wild beasts. On the

The 40th Psalm began with be- 4109653 4QJ874 when two cars collided or I even called the supplicium servile -
(3141) 3.' U 23. 20I .. !queen will fall. Other things high cross the feet of the victim -

I' I IN THE -t-----CIRCUIT, COURT OF THE a delightful pastoral.. scene by ,,ing equal, this is the right per- SOUTH .State Road 5 near Stuart. the slave punishment. At were about a yard above

I FIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND the flutes and other woodwindwith 'centage play. To cash the ace 4AQJ109754A Joe Milley, 50, of Tampa was: Rome, the place where slaves the .ground. The high I
,, I 1US7- Stravinsky's unusual flute' 'and later finesse the jack is not J 6 2 killed Saturday night when he were crucified became a veritable was used for those who ,
DOYLE AtCHIE LINDERMAN. intervals helping. When the doub- 4 4 was struck by a car while push, forest of crosses. were
Plaintiff. quite so wise, because a to be displayed prominently to

I VI.JOHNNIE '('BROWN LINDERMAN.DIVORCE voices came in, they carriedthe leton queen on the right is fractionally l K ing his bicycle along a Tampa Gradually crucifixion becamethe the public, either as an added I;

J _Defendant.NtTICE joy of the picture still fur- more likely than North-South were ; street. punishment not only of punishment or as a deterrent,
TO DEFEND ther with a fine lift on the pas- The bidding: VUJnerabIe.l Eddie Thomas, 68, died Friday i, ------.U
; TO: JOHNNIE BROWN LINDERMANRoije small singleton on the right. !I slaves but of others guilty of to others.

I 3. Box. North 153WMverville Carolina sage "He put a new song in But the mathematics are so'I North East night after he was struck by a major crimes such as desertion, Sometimes the crucified STARTS THURSDAY!

YOU AIE HEREBY notified that I i my mouth." ; close that the situation is vir-,, N.T. 3N.T.5 64 car at a Pompany intersection. treason, rebellion, highway robbery was WALT DISNEY'S"A
J filed against -- -- Paul Nerbonne 41 of attached to the cross by nails
Complaint I hat been you I -'-- '- i Eugene ,
In the ve-styled!: Court wherein the The 150th Psalm with its splendid tually a guess. Other things or piracy. sometimes by When
Plaintiff seeks I divorce and you are clarer would be the victim of West Palm Beach was fatally injured ._ropes. _
has been __ ..
required t) serve a copy of your Answer tribute of praise I however, are not always equal.! I i FidaY'fuific accident During the siege of Jerusalemin I -- -
v ether pleading to the Comptalnlen favored by our writers in many When there are other consider! an internal block and would be the year 70 A.D., the Romanscrucified 1 Gracious Host

N. LONG the ]'IaIntiff'C at P. O. Box attorney.504 Gainesville WILLIAM fine and triumphant works, the I ations, they may often favor the! unable to score a trick withdummy's Robert on State Carswell Route 704.Holloway as many as five hun' I Presents TONIGHT'S DINNER SPECIAL

er Florida.pleadirp Jnd in file the oHice the original of the Clerk Answer ef one by Cesar Franck, for ex finesse. If the suit shown is fifth card. 30 and James O. Coker, 38, dred captives a day. Josephus! I
the CIre it Court of Alachua County ample. Stravinsky as interpret trumps, the second-round finesse When only two cards are LARGE PORTION
Florida *> or before the 3rd day oft were injured fatally in a traffic
April. A. p. W4. at Gainesville Florida ed by Bodine and the choir i can have two advantages: If!I missing similar considerations SSC

t If you wiH fal fc to* do taken so, _a a Decree inst you Pro for Confessor the has built a temple of praise in!it loses the declarer remains,apply: The play for the drop accident Steven near Wayne Lake Forcer City., 22, of i; SUBURBIA I !i7hB57BedICKEN

b relief demanded In the Complaint. the: form of something at the well stocked with trumps for I is right in theory, but the finesse DRIVE IN THEATRt I
died in
ORDERED at GaInes Jacksonville a hospital
ville Floi$da this llth day of March heart of church music, the. ,ruffing purposes; and some i i is often right in practice there of injuries sufferedin ; I TOMORROW'S

I t 1 A. D. ltdt 4 CARMICHAEL -- NOTICE OF INTENTION. .-TO I careful preparation may force I i as in the deal shown to- : a Sunday traffic accident Saturdaynear II' At Complete Luncheon

f$e'k cf the above-styled Court REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME the right-hand opponent to makea I I TONITE 7:30 Only BIGGEST VALUE IN GAINESVILLE
f : Emily Waterhouse Pursuant to Section 84SW Florida return if he has the I!day.The St. Augustine. .
Deputy Clerk Statutes notice Is hereby given that j helpful bidding proceeded with .
(SEAL the! undersigned JULIAN N. MURRAY, I THEJOYOUSSTO&Y Individual Baked
(3184) 3.2 30; 4:', 13 doing business under the firm name queen. [the animation one might expect: Blame Hole a
Greater Gainesville Guide 1511 NW Ills I More rarely, there are reasons from four bridge playing kan- OFTHE REFUGEE .:; 't! MEATLOAF
1 I. NOTICE S HEREBY GIVEN THAT St.. Gainesville Alachua County. Florida I[
UNDER 1HE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER Intends to register said fictitious for playing for the drop.I garoos, and the six-level was CATHOLIC Nuns 5&
fit 21 SICTION II OF THE CODE OF name under the provisions of the aforesaid cards shown it" Forreck .
.. THE CITE OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Statue. With the spot reached on the first round. AND THE Mushroom Gravy

TH FOLLOWING ABANDONED Dated at Gainesville Florida this would be clearly wrong to finesse -North and South were using! Whipped Potatoes __ _
I JBtft day of March. A hole in the road and a;
SALE. AID SOLD TO THE HIGHEST Julian N. Murray in a no-trump contract if:,the weak no trump at all vul, :. Pineapple Slow Spanish Onions Served''
FOR CASH AT 12:00: NOON high seated manhole got together -i COUNTRY.BOY S Hot Roll &
THI TV-FIRST DAY OF MARCH ((31'?) 323. 304I.: dummy has no side entry., nerabilities. This practice is: .- -. Butter I Free Wild Yaur Salad

A.O.. 1S64 AT THE CITY POICE DE- INTHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. If the finesse succeeded, de- condemned theorists! yesterday to wreck a: --
ALACHUA COUNTY I by some I Hot Coffee or Iced Tea
1 PARTME? car and hurt three
,I GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. FLORIDA.In I the that it is bound persons,I
STREET. I on ground Your Second Cup of Coffee or
Re: Estate afWILLIAM none of them seriously.
: No.1. ley's (child's), Murray red J. CINSKIS.Deceased. I ,to be costly in the long run,I I Iced Tea Is Always FREE
i The accident was on NW 29th ; 1
t **nal no'1261474No Liz GetsMobbed but its practitioners seem to do
Z. B ys. Schwinn. blue, serial no. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR I Avenue about 250 feet west of F
( FINAL DISCHARGE pretty well with it in the short
6.1Q.43. $V's. Western Flyer red and ADMINISTRATOR I ] 21st Terrace.
hite. selal no. 71J04 'TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: run.
j' No.4. Sty's Dunelt, black serial no. Notice Is.hereby given that I have; : City police investigated.They .
Administrator I East was expecting an -!
S 4S754 J filed my final returns as opening said a car driven by
j No S. lay's, no name, black serialno. of the estate of WILLIAM J. CINSKIS. i bid of one spade or one
K207f deceased: that I have filed my Petition : Mrs. Elinor Stambak, 2129 NW CAFETERIA
"I', No. 4. Bly's. no name, black serial no for Final Discharge and that I will BOSTON (AP-A) press agent,'heart from North, over which! 28th Place hit the hole in the =-

47357 J I apply to the Honorable H. County H. McDonald., Fieri- for Elizabeth complained'I he planned to bid two : ,. .... .....\. frl Lunch 11:30 a.ne. to 2:05 p.m. .
I No.7. *>v',. NormAn. red. serial no County: Judge of Alachua Taylor no- road. The car's front end drop.. < :...<" .,
for Dinner 4:30
1W4. 8:05
'I 2240 No. I. n T I II 1rs. J. C. Higgins. red serial da.aoproval on the of 27th the same day of and April.for final dis- today that the actress was injured trump, the "unusual no-trump,", ped and struck the top of the j '':y.4 ::::""" I'I 1212 North p.m.Main to Street p.m. HiltiI

no. 1126 1 charge: as Administrator\ of the'estate ; by an unruly mob of showing minor-suit length. His manhole which above the
'I No. .. toy's. Robin Hood. red and of, WILLIAM J. CINSKIS. deceased. rose I ;sJdiiv I I GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
white seHal' no. 3830 WH March JO 196. Ercell L. Lindsey estate Administrator youths who stormed Logan International -: hand and the vulnerability road's surface. Air Conditioned

t No. 10 |ovs. no name red and white. of WILLIAM of" the J. CINS- Airport and a Boston -seemed suitable for a save. But Mrs. Stambak, and Emily I Open Doily & Sunday
M serial nol 27911' I,
-No. II. ovs Dunelt. black serial not KIS. deceased I hotel for a look at her and over one no-trump he refused, Stambak, 3, and Rena Stam-, poitier I Free Parking
Ercell L. Lindsey I: Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491
I R6021 No. II. !Ioys. Dunelt. 'red serial 0 no.J. EMORY CROSS Law her actor husband, Richard. to be silenced and bid threeno bak, 6, suffered minor injuries.i; ISOMLINELs27ieb I j 58c SPECIALS Daily-- Mon. thru Sat.

o 1031203 Attorney at Street Burton. trump, which was certainly Damge to the car was estimated I
'toy's Bendix sliver, serial no. lid North Main
No. II
\j F3.46911 I I Gainesville Florida Administrator Discussing a jam at the She- unusual in the general sense at $300. II I It-t _

j I'H No. 14. oy'.ItOflam.. red and white. Attorney for 30 4 '. 13 in which the of the word. i.'I' i. -=
Canal nej m/i NMI (31W. 3:23. ; : raton Plaza Hotel Police recommended that an

;I((1" no.No. Ct IS.t2l" ,.s. Schwinn. maroon serial' [IN THE ALACHUA COURT OF COUNTY.THE COUNTY FLORIDA Burtons were jostled- as they South issued a slam invita engineering study be made of;:''I'' 1m A Tot., VS'DNIV ([/f' 7tl1o.!
\, LAWN MDWERsEversharft JUDGE. their through the tion to five the road conditions with : POITlCI o
: IN PROBATE. pushed way by jumping spades an
I 1SW37* Model 4 BH Serial l no. IN CD RE.HINES.Estate also of known as EDDIE lobby Sunday, John Springersaid and West showed that he under eye toward making them more.i. IM3ltrrttii::*< ;UffJ.( ,,71 A'7Ii 'GZ
1 No.AUOAAOBHESr 1. 1953 Oldsmobile J-dr, gry and Hines. and EDO HINES. Deceased.Having Mrs. Burton required the stood his partner's bid by try safe. i!i i
and Persons -
Ruuaift! U"T
j black. ID No. 537A17J4 :Claims To All or Demands Against Said Es-! attentions of a doctor after the ing six clubs. Either East or ....
white and
No. 2. 1953 Plymouth sedan Co-Feature At 9:44
1374OOS incident. West could have saved in sev ReNamed
ereen ID No. 'YOU of are hereby notified
I and each you ..
ID No. The tl Pluedra.
2-dr. passion
No.3. 1955 Oldsnjcbil claims: -I
I S57L650* ,. and required which to present or any either of "She wrenched her back and en clubs, but after the biddinghad Eo A toe same moment MfanceJ bar IMaadkerdestructM o
demands you. To Stale Post 'yIINITa'
No.No. 4.M1UC124055 19 M Ford,//Convertible, blue ID vou traY have against the estate said of arm," he said, "and was almostin been crowded so dramatically
deceased late of
\w No. 5. mi Pontlac sedan. blue and County ED HINES., to the County Judge of Alachua a state of collapse." it seemed quite possible TALLAHASSEE Paul J. --
whit., ID No. P6TS15I4Wllllanf Florida at his office In the that North and South were in MELINA ANTHONY* I
County. has been
0. Joiner Norfleet of Newberry ARKET
such IAF
court house of said County at GaInesvltte. "I've never seen an un- I MERCOURI PERKINS
Chief //ef Police the contract.
Florida. within she calendar '* he wrong recommissioned as a memberof
I controlled reception com
(3UI 323. 30 ,
the time of the first publication .
IN THE CIR/UIT COURT. FOURTEENTH months from of this notice. Each claim or plained. "The Burtons wantedto East could have made a the Alachua County Recreation VALLONE > ,i.

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE demand shall place be of In residence writing. and and shall post say hello to their fans, but Lightner slam double to ask for: and Water Conservation and :JULES

BAY STATE COUNTYI OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR state office the address of the the claimant!claimant and his under these conditions itfa') the unusual lead of a heart, but 'Control Authority. DASSDTS.PHAEDRA._ .< I

NELLIE MAN EL. shall be sworn to by he did want to his of Norfleet's
agent or attorney and any such claimor impossible." not use possible Announcement .
prntlff. demand not so filed shall be void. trump trick for ruffing. reappointment was made by
vs. Carro Bouie As adm.nlstra-: JACKSON'S NEW LOW Everyday PRICES
PAT J. MAVDEL.Oefendant. iris of the Estate of ED Hotel manager Nyboe, After a heart lead, the con Secretary of State Tom Adams.

NOTICE OF LIEN First publication HINES.March deceased 73. ""' who ran interference for the tract would have been easy to ... PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR GAINESVILLE STORES
FORECLOSURE SALE In (3112) 323. 30; 4:'. 13 couple to get them inside the make. A diamond lead would .'.. Isaa1..
bit accordance .
NOTICE 4 hereby given ." 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave.
wlln Order and Decree heretofore THE COURT OF THE COUNTY' hotel, described the experience ."
IN have South trouble but "
entcopd in the Circuit Court of JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA -' I've been I given ." ed..1 tI' 3725 W. University Ave. 3809 E. University Ave.
"the worst thing
tne Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of the IN PROBATE. as after the club lead, the con
State of Ftorida.. In and for Bay County.In IN RE. Estate of through in my life." Ktt4! Tried Z809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Boulevard
should have been
the etave style cause therein pending : Alberta M. Wlllingham deceased. I tract a cer
on th* 25th day of January. 19"' ceased.To By the time they reached the tainty. ...,,; ...,. 4105 NW 13th St.
Order and Decree HavInqClaims .
; .
and Supplemental All Creditors and Persons .
,." the entered undersigned 01 the ,1Sh as day Special of March Master 19"being ,- er Demands Against Said Es-:|:elevator Burton was in a rage!f South worked out a neat plan, e.:. . ... COME EARLY and --

appointed by said; Order will offer t late You: and each ef you are hereby notified -!and his'wife near hysterics.The I He would enter dummy with! 214 NW 13th FR 6.6472 : SEE CARTOONS ALL BRANDS-KING SIZEFILTERREGULARSCigarettes
for sale and sell to the highest and best and required to present any claims' Burtons arrived here with:,the heart king cash the club
bidder for cash at the North front door and demands which you or either of I.
.f the Alachua County Courthouse in you. may have against the estate of the company of Shakespearean ace, throwing his singleton diamond I '
Gainesville, Florida. between the legalhours WILLINGHAM. deceased, $269GRADE
of',sale to-wit: 11.00 ajn. to 2:00 ALBERTA late of said M.County to the County Judge: players who will present "Hamlet" and take a spade finesse Carton
.. the 4th day of April. lt"-. the at his office -
p.m. of Alachu County. Theater If this lost return West
following described real property located In the court house ef said Countyat at the Shubert any by ----- ..
In High Springs. Alachua County Gainesville, Atachua County Florida opening Tuesday. would give South his 12th trick.
Florida. ,to-wt: within six calendar months from the ii A LARGE FRESH FLORIDA
Begin' at the Northeast Corner of time of the first publication of this no Unfortunately for South'sscheme i
Block .24 In G. E. Fester's Addition Each claim or demand shall be
tice. I the heart king was
to the Town\ now City of Htgl in writing and shall state the place of EGGS
$pring Florida. and run Westerly residence and post office address of the ruffed and a trump was re Dozen In Carton 49
lorg the South line e( North 1st claimant and shall be sworn to by the I f which stretches from SPRINGIS
Avenue iO teet to point of beginning claimant his ,agent his attorney and Nubia : turned. He still had a chance ; -:. .

of run tract Southerly of land Ki teet.here parallel described with: any such claim. or demand not so filed i i:!Egypt into Sudan, was once defined -. of taking his 12th trick by ; 10-ox. 6 BOTTLE CARTON -
shall be
West 1st Street; run Westerly 25 void.W. Joseph Willingrtam As administrator as "that part of the Nile guessing the location of the diamond 1 HERE.
'e''. parallel with'North lot Avenue of the Estate of inhabitants .
I and run Northerly 100 feet.. parallel ALBERTA M. WILLINGHAM Valley where the king, but not unnaturally -I 39*

with Avenue West thence 1st Street run Easterly to North along 1st Lazonby. Dell.deceased: Graham WillcoKS. speak Nubian." he played East for it and Pepsi-Cola

the South line 01 North. 1st Avenueto Barber was down one.South's .
point of beginning P. O. BOX 123 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE _
the indebtedness of Pat J. plan was right but BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
to satisfy Gainesville. Florida By virtue of a Final Judgement and
MandeU II.h: defendant, mentioned, ui First publication March tt. 144. Distress Warrant issued out of the Courtof his execution was wrong. He ;k and you'd like to '
L a : ,,"Un.. 30 4 '. 13 Alachua County
: : : Record in and for _
I ;,;.;kh..AS.-bH "K-.rded' Alachua Florida. in The case of Curtis E. New- should have crossed to dummy make some spring
official record I took 144 at page I ALACHUA County, Florida. V 6 79
County Mattie Myles dated the
some versus Bottle Carton
p 26. In Probate. I 17th day of March. W4. levied with the diamond ace, home improvements. .

t the Sad existing property first; she mertgage be sold subject held by to MAY In re:A.Estate MOORE of Deceased.To !.upon the following 1 riWn.O cashed the club ace, and then see our loon department .,

,High Springs Bank. dated July 31. ,,.,. All Creditors and Persons Having to 1 wit Platform: Rocker taken a trump finesse. Twelve .y.- today it's : GENESSEE or CARLING
and recoreed in AUcfiua. \ County official Claims or Demands Against Said Estate
5, Record Book 151. P4je 23. which the : 0 And 1 Record feat I as Player Sheriff ef Alachua County tricks would then have been a easier than you
successful purchaser j must assume. In i You and each of you are hereby notified Florida will en Thursday the 2nd day think! If you can not
addition to the amatnt of the bid the and required to present any claims 'of April. 19"' between the hours of I certainty. BEER 2Quats 79
highest and best / bidder shall be which you. or either ef you may have I 11:00 *m. and 2:00 p.m. in front of theNortl'l corrtein..CaII
to deposj and pay to theo against the estate ef MAY A. MOORE.I Gainesville
required door of the Courthouse. I
'Special Master a Special Master's fee deceased late ef said County te the Alachua County. Florida offer for LAST TWO DAYS :. FR 6-5351.!
.f S100.00 and cls4 the costs incurredby County Judge ef Alactuia County Florida 1 sale said property end sell the same BLUE RIBBONBEER
in publishing lee at his office in the court house
Special Miller
the bidder for cash to satisfy
to the highest
at Gainesville.. Florida,' At 3:00 6:00 9:00
Notice of Foreclosure Sale. of County said execution and costs. The propert'having
Slid asia! shall subiect te confirmation within six calendar months from the I been levied upon by me and will .
by the C*>rt end deed to the time of the first publication of this be sold as the property of the defendant. I.. Office Opens 2:30 6 Can.99ft
successful purchar will not be Issued notice. Each claim or demand shall be Mattie Myles.J. Pkg.
until after conHrretlon of sale has In writing. and shall state the place M. Crevasse. Jr.. :.-i-. '
entered. I( of residence and post office address of Florida 7.-
teen ;Sheriff Atachua County
The Special Waster's Deed to the the claimant and shall be sworn to by, 'By Novalene M. Hoon D. $. TAT I' .,. LARGE GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS
claimant. his I'Ils
successful when eteoredahall We agent attorney
(31 U)
contain p.Jrclaser provision: and any swell claim or demand not so
filed shall be void.
"The of America has 10
.. the right of redemption of this property -.. Glenn D. Moore. Jr. I lb.
for and f irIng period of oneyear As executor or the Last Will I
from the* date ef this deed as and Testament of May A.i
.. by fltte 21. Section 2410 Moore deceased
U.S. Code." I Clayton, Amcw. Duncan & Johnston I NfY'"'' RUr.. FOREMOST FAVORITE Vz Gallon Carton
r WITNESS my hand end seal this Ifth 224 South Main Street
,day of Mercl'l. .u., Gainesville Florida .....-.-a-I.at.Jt.,. .
-v//Clinton Foster Attorneys for Executor I CREAM 49
Af Special Master First publication March tth, 1M4. 3 First Run Hits! ICE
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.1I i ;UCLA Proved It Gators to AppearOn

I ? Regional TV

t.: 4:

I i Was No. 1 Team : 7 .i 4 a;; In Fall With SMUNEW I

, ,- ; YORK (AP) Nine college legiate Athletic Association.

!! ._ football teams will will be ,!
; Single
ia. appearon games seen na-
""t f I'Blue' eFlustered television twice each, while tionally on eight of the Satur

I four others will be seen for the days and Thanksgiving. Four

: first time during the 1964 season. games each will be 'shown regionally

r I :-- By Olympics Trials : ._ _-, .,* Florida's Gators will make a on the other five Satur

\ .,. regional appearance on televis- days.

:Zone PressKANSAS .. ion in their opening game Scheduled for two appearances,
,, :iJrI. against Southern Methodist on the most allowed are Pittsburgh
: CITY (AP-UCLA's \ ? .
Next for Sept 19. The is to be UCLA
swiftr: quick gang of ball pirates CagersBy : fic game Navy, Minnesota, Syracuse -

\ are-NCAA champions and ; played at Florida Field. Southern California, Air

i' un&ue in the modern era of ,...' ...__. Only other appearances by Force, Michigan and Michigan
J'I college basketball because TED MEIER That means there's a big show ;:';Jii ".. Southeastern Conference teams State. The UCLA-PW game will

L They did what :saidcouldn't Associated Press Sports Writer coming up April 2-4 with the ., : I'H. will be in the Tennessee at LSU open the schedule Sept. 12.

many The college basketball season Olympic tryouts at St John's Oct. 24 Auburn
t. be done-win without a game on vs. Colorado State, Iowa State,
isn.t over yet.Ordinarily University in New York. Alabama at Ala.
starter taller than 6-foot-5 and : Birmingham, Mississippi State and Texas
with their two best it would have end- Eight teams, composed of the : on Nov. 26; and the MississippiState Tech will be seen for the first

4 the backline. scorers ont ed Saturday with UCLA's run- leading NCAA and NAIA college : at Mississippi game on time on television. The NCAA

1: They are the only team away 98-83 victory over Duke players, AAU and armed t Dec. 5.The stipulates that four new teams
for the national championshipand forces players will competefor must be included
schedule announced Sun- each
to take record
I ever into the NCAA a title perfect and Bradley's 86-54 romp over the 12 berths on the basketball Most Improved Gridders day calls for televised games on There also must be four teams I

sun rank distinct game New Mexico in the NIT final, team that will represent the 13 Saturdays and Thanksgiving. which haven't appeared in the "

Mest coaches a and underdog.writers but this is an Olympic year U.S. at the Tokyo games in Japan Tackle Larry Gagner, left; and fullback Steve Heidt, right, received plaques The 1964 season is the first of previous five years. Six teams

i picked Duke, with two 6-10 players remember? in October. Saturday night from Coach Ray Graves, center, as most improved UF players two covered in the National come under this category in the

=. but UCLA ripped them Among 36 Named during spring grid drills. Gagner is from Daytona Beach and Heidt from Albany Broadcasting Co.'s $13 million 1964 program including Auburn

apart; 98-83 before a record Walt Hazzard and Gail Good- Ga. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). contract with the National Col. Cornell Holy Cross, Kansas 0

rich, who led UCLA through an State._ -North V W*-. Carolina Mate! and fl
MQpJcipal Auditorium crowd of rr (Jept 1f :t%? unbeaten season with 30 straight I Texas Christian.The .

10,864 Saturday nightUnquestionably .'i-: {;}j .t.!; t21ijV' ; victories the 36 Casper TopsNicklaus schedule with South "
yr; }. ., are among Tech Be ContenderIn n games
the underdog Yi.;J 1-;. :: ;: .t. ti players from the NCAA namedfor May Sept.caps:17-UCLA at !Pittsburgh
role rankled the Bruins. << /
1 proud Sept. 19 Regional-Navy at Prm State
iilfr Ibu3R'u8 fr the trouts.
: Olympic
/ fenny Washington, a 6-foot-3 .i' .:.V'i ;.i.); t ..., :<..<..J:: In SOUTHERN METHODIST AT FLORIDA
:f. :GL".i. Others include Came Russell Kansas State at Wisconsin; Statford vs.
( Jumping jack who came off the . Washington State at Spokane.
; -f< ; *" : =
'\\\>' >': .if""$', yl. of Michigan, which took third SEC Baseball RaceBy Sept. 26-Nebraska at Mlnnestta.
beach with 26 points and 12 re- ; >> :! U. j&6'i,t?;.4d'f,/ place in the NCAA championship Doral Event Cross Oct. ARKANSAS 3. Regional-AT Syracuse TEXAS at CHRISTIAN Holy
ds for UCLA it this
: boa( put ,, 'y'o.;: :: r.q :.pt ): !,'.' tourney by beating Kansas ; Washington at lowe CoMrade______n
State at Air

I way CMaybe! : this doesn't sound i ,.;:.....0i.;..ft.'t}. .U4. &$$. ,..1.r' Kansas State 100-90 State; Willie Jeff Mullins Murrell of of MIAMI Fla. (AP) Plump MIKE BARROM one basketball game during Mississippi, only other SEC Dallas.Oct. 10-OKLAHOMA Force. VS. TEXAS at
i' ,
., right, but we wanted to prove ;;./"< 4 / ; W\y..h ,;. .4:;; Billy Casper is the latest tournament 'those seasons, are 5-1 over-all. team not yet in action, opensits State.Oct. 17-Southern California at Ohio
... Duke of Associated Press Writer
.. Billy Cunningham Sports
... ,
W -were No. 1. We didn't like '.f.-w-'i "t. : *' \\.1t;a winner, but 1964 looks I I Tulane beat Louisiana State season Friday, playing hostto Oct. 24. Regional-Dartmouth It Ha,.

I being everyone's underdogs. We ';J-1t'NI': I:' "'" I{:, f:: +i-: >.t North' New Carolina York University Barry Kramerof and like the first year in a decade I Georgia Tech missed out on !twice Saturday, 3-0 and 3-1, the Illinois Western. Verdi STATE TENNESSEE Minnesota at AT Michigan LOUISIANA) Iowa

o were ready, weren't we" W' i b when no great stars will emergeto the football and basketball first time the Greenies had defeated STANDINGS State Oct. at Missouri.
Bill Bradley of Princeton. 31. Regional-Pittsburgh at Syracuse
All-America Walt Hazzard, 1 ..., dominate the professionalgolf championships during its last LSU twice in a baseball Ellt' Dlvlslo"W } SOUTH CAROLINA AT NORTH
*:! t *{ :
f the- great passer who directed ranks. year in the southeastern conference season at Baton Rouge.In FLORIDA 4 0 1.000 Arizona at Air Force.
thet:blistering Bruins, fouled out .J,2'silJi'1: ; r't Mel Counts of Oregon State, When Casper collected his but the Yellow Jackets Auburn 2 1 1.000 Nov. 7-Illinois at Michigan.
{ tj .* .t.\tj; Jim Barnes of Texas Western, other Conference Kentucky 1 1 .500 Nov. 14-Michigan state at Notre
late in the game with the vic- J $7,500} first prize after fightingoff still have a chance to win the games Georgia 1 3 .no Dame.
:": ". tory clinched and walked up .. ".1" a challenge by Jack Nick- baseball title. Georgla Tech 0 0 .000 ton; DUKE AT NORTH CAROLINAiMichigan
t ; :;.t11 Colorado, Wayne Estes of 27-3 Auburn shut
ai Georgia out
and down behind the UCLA laus on the last to win the Vanderbilt 0 A .000 State at Illinois UClA at
Utah State Les Hunter of Chi- Wutel1l Divslee{ Southern California.
: 1 1Jt Tech leaving the SEC June Vanderbilt 5-0 and Alabama beat
bench crowing "We can't beat $50,000 Doral Open Sunday he wLPd. Nov. 26. Th.nksglvlng-AUIUR' VS.
t'A.rJ7 '' cago Loyola Bud Koper of 30, its season todayat Mississippi State 74. Florida Tulane 2 S 1.000 ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM ALA
''' opens
'em don't read thepapers" : ;' became the 11th winner in
you i m' Oklahoma City, Doug Moon of Florida State. Coach Jim State defeated Tennessee 15-7 in Miss. State 1 1 .500 phla.
f q :::: : (:t'k t{-:f !. Utah, Butch Komives of Bowling tournaments this year. Luck admits his team isn't in i a non-conference game. I Mississippi .. I .000 Dec. s-MISSISSIPPI VS. MI1SI3IPPI
Johnny Wooden, the veteran .. > LSU I .000 STATE at Oxford. Miss.
fi shot final found
., 70
'a-.1 .t+1' Y':; & :< \: ; Green and Gary Bradds of Casper! a_ the best nf shape:: ,_ since:: trip !:: '-' Ii;,
insisted it 3' --- ---
UCLA coach was no )"t) ; p
A for a 277 total. Nicklaus had a !
Ohio State and Sloan of
Garry ond baseman didn't see the
surprise the Bruins outrebounded ; 278. Rex Baxter had 71 for 279
: Evansville, the NCAA small college : during practice all last
Duke 5144. Monday. 23 6 ; and third place. Tied for fourth shortstop I

"I've said all along quicknessis M : W ; champs. i week.
$; Bradds selected The As- with 281s were Sam Snead witha
"'''' 11llanatee- .. / by
as important as height in re- sociated Press as the college final day 71 and Jack Rule i "Between final exams and the ,

bounding. We are quick and we basketball player of the Jr. with a 72. rainy weather, not more than 10
can jump. This club has great Tops said Saturday however, he During a 14-tournament span of our squad was able to work

courage and it came as closeto planned to decline the invitation reaching back into last year together" Luck said. "Not once

its potential as any I've because it would interfere with there have been 14 separate all week did second baseman
I UF Freshmen H
coached, Wooden said.UCLA's his studies. winners. Doug Cook and shortstop Bucky PLYMOUTH WINS

dreaded zone press More Stars With Sunday's victory, Casper Beaver get free together." :
I Duke the At-
harassed forcing In Two Games rocketed from 43rd to fifth placein i iAT'
lantic Coast champs to give up Fred Hetzel of Davidson Ron the money-winning. list_ with But despite the problems Luck

the ball 29 times on errors. BRADENTON Manatee Junior Bonham of Cincinnati Joe Caldwell a total of $10,112. In eight earlier -figures his team may be the

: Most of the time Hazzard, Gail College shut out Florida's of Arizona State, Ol- tournaments he had cashed best Tech has had in three

Goodrich and the others simply freshman baseball team 3-0 Sat- lie Johnson of San Francisco, only $2,612 in pay checks. years. "We certainly are deeperin .I

stole it. A 16-point streak late urday for a sweep of the two- Bennie Lenox of Texas A&M Nicklaus winner of one tournament -! pitching and our defense appears RIVERSIDE ;

Ih 4Jie first half erased a 30-27 game series with the.Baby Ga- Manny Newsome- of Western this strengthened," he said.
Duk \edge and gave UCLA a On Manatee Michigan Steve Thomas of year, up Tech finished next to last in the 1
Friday, won,
for second to
$4,000 place stay I I,
43-30 biSQi.' Xavier, Ohio, and John Thompson seven-team Eastern Divisionlast
Is. HazzanlNas'\ voted the tour- of Providence also were on top of the money list with year. BEATS FORD AND CHEVROLET IN :

nament's most outstanding play- Sterling pitching made the named along with Dave Stall- $17,500.

> er. On the all-tourney team difference as the UF yearlingsgot worth of Wichita Paul Silas of Two strokes behind Casper Auburn last year's SEC 9 OUT OF 10 TESTS OF SHOWROOM
going to the 18th, Nicklaus champion, is off to a good start
and Willie Jones CARS"Test
F with him were Goodrich, a 27- only one hit in each game. Creighton of
dropped his second shot 20 feet again this year with a 2-0 confer-
man in the title game; Villanova.The Trick, U..JL--Repirt 44
The twin losses the from the hit his
dropped pin. Casper sec- ence record. But the Tigers
Duke's Jeff Mullins, top scorerof : will be divided in
IF freshmen to a 5-6 recordfor players ond into a sand trap at the edgeof pear to be in for plenty of P. 4S
the tourney with 115 points in .Red White and Blue teams for
the season. The Baby Gators the green and blasted out to petition from the Florida
four Kansas State's WIl- this week before
games; return to action Wednesday and I practice games 18 feet. tors who have posted a 4-0
lie Murrell No. 2 scorer on 101 the trek to New York.
Thursday in a two-game series By sinking his putt for a birdie -mark. The two teams are lead-
Bill Bun-
and Michigan's The Red of
points; team composed
with the Florida State freshmenat !' while Casper was twoputting ing the Eastern Division.
tin No. 3 scorer with 93. Bradley, Komives Jones, Es-
Nicklaus could
Perry Field in Gainesville. for a bogey,
Michigan beat Kansas State tes, Mullins, Silas, Russell have forced an 18-hole playoff.But Surprise leader in the western

100-90 for third place on I Friday. Game Stallworth and Counts, will playon the ball missed the cup division is Tulane, with a 2-0
Buntin's 33. UF Frosh 000000000-0 Thursday in Los Angeles by two inches and rolled three SEC record. The Greenies, who

against UCLA. only one football game and
Manatee 210 003 30x 9Orr feet past. won
The White and Blue teams
and Collins Lawler and
will play at Cincinnati Thurs-

Results Moxley. day. On Saturday, UCLA will ATCLARKE'S--

NIGHT OWL W L Saturday Game play another group at Evansville -

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i.Horses: i! On WBA Stripping Votes i iClay's Colts' Rookie Proves Big Headache.. to Mets f

i"II TitleBy By MURRAY CHASS gave him a rare 1,000 batting gers won 60.Cincinnati tory over Philadelphia. 1 more 4-3 with its A team and.-
I For ? Associated Press Sports WriterThe average for 1963. The Los Angeles
Derby whipped Kansas Dodgers splita dropping a 13-2 contest to Milwaukee .
TED MEIER New York Mets may file Elsewhere in exhibition action City behind Marty Keough's pair of games, nipping Bait' with its B squad.

Associated Press an unfair child labor charge the Los Angeles Angels third home run in as many
Sports Writer "
against the Houston Colts if and the Chicago Cubs halted games and the three-hit
I By ORLO ROBERTSON At this stage, with America'smost move John Paciorek continues
of the World Boxing Association young San Francisco's winning ways. ing of Joey Jay and John Tsi- .
Associated Press Sports Writer colorful horse race nearlysix harassing them.If The divided their touris.
Giants squad Washington received HIGH SCHOOL
strip Clay of his
Although Hill Rise and Northern weeks the field fig-
away the Met and Jost a to the An- five innings of hitless
that doesn't work, game pitching
heavyweight title lead to ,
Dancer stick out like a dia ures to include all of the 2-year- may a AT HOME
I I have gels 3-0 and a B game to the from Claude Osteen in its 3-1
-whose youngsters
"big, big own
mond on a dime store counter, old standouts of 1962 with the mess. ; In your spare Time and Receive
the long range forecast is for exception of champion HurryTo Ed Lassman, president of the been unfair to them for two .Cubs 149. triumph against Minnesota. ?e a Diploma. If you have left school

15 3-year-olds to start in the 90th Market, who is sidelined WBA, said in Miami, Fla. Sun- years-probably would contribute St. Louis won its eighth game Cleveland scored two un- \1. write how! for free booklet Nib you"

1 running of the+ Kentucky Derby with a quarter crack. day that Clay's personal actions to Paciorek's unemployment in nine starts, beating the Chi- earned runs on Roman Mejias' I

"' at Churchill Downs May 2.I' Hill Rise, the El Peco Ranch's has made him a "detriment to compensation if the Colts prom- cago White Sox 7-5 on two un- three-base error and edged Bos- AMERICAN SCHOOL, N.E. FLORIDA OFFICE Phone

winner of the Santa Anita Der- the boxing world" and that he ise to fire him. !earned runs in the ninth inning. ton 5-4. Manny Mota's inside- SaM P. O.me BOX yw 16661.free Nigh JACKSONVILLE ScftMi Boekltt. 16, FLA. 725-3938

by, is the choice with Wind- was polling the WBA's 20-mem- The Mets received their sec- Detroit's Hank Aguirre and the-park home run climaxed a Atfdr Name ,
t I Oscar Voted fields Farm's Northern Dancer, ber executive committee to declare ond look at the 19-year-old outfielder Dick Egan held the New. York three -run eighth inning rally till .............................................. stale ,. ..............
victor in the Flamingo at Hia- the title vacant. Sunday and didn't like Yankees to three hits.as the Ti,which gave Pittsburgh a 7-4 vie-

I MVP for Pro leah Park and -pointing for the Lassman said that only 11 what they saw. Nor did they I-- .
I t i April 4 running of the Florida votes were needed and that he like what he did to them.
Derby at Gulfstream Park, not expected to announce a "favor- BRAKES
The rookie from Detroit belt- EXPERT SERVICE SPECIALS : ,
! 'Basketball far behind in the future book able vote" Friday.The ed bases-loaded triple in theIrst
odds. champ himself-or Muhammad
1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Others All as he prefers to be inning, igniting the Colts to $ i9

Oscar Robertson celebrated Other likely starters include calledcountered with the as- a 5-0 victory in the first exhi- ] FRONT END '

being named the most valuable Calumet's pair of Ky. Pioneer sertion that "they re going to bition game ever between the .,

player in the National Basket- and Kentucky Jug, the Lucien cause a big, big mess all around two victims of National League We'll remove front i, $ 50 *L

ball Association by leading the Laurin trained trio of Reginald the world." expansion. wheels, adjust brakes, repack 6
Webster's National and Lassman's action, front wheel bear
Cincinnati Royals to a 127-102 Traffic virtually on Damage Done
and Mrs. Laurin's Repeating the eve of Tuesday's opening ofa ings, check grease seals, j
victory the 'L
over Philadelphia76ers fared
Senate New York pitchers add fluid and road test. We'll
Sunday.The Chieftain from Raymond boxing probe in Wash- Paci- ofign end ,
Guest's Powhatan Stable, Har- ington, surprised puglistic cir somewhat better against correct camber, coster '
I triumph gave Royals bor View Farm's Roman Brother cles almost as much as Clay did orek in his' next three appearances and toe-in, check shocks, / ..
1-0() lead
a in the
best-of-five but the dam- 6 MONTHS TO PAY -
at the plate, exhaust
I Eastern and Mrs. Marion R. Frank- in dethroning champion Sonny; system and
If' offs. Division semifinal play- el's Bupers. Liston in their title bout Feb. 25 age already had been done. USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN ON SERVICE WORK grease seals.Change. .

at Miami Beach. Liston failed to Casey Stengel's pitchers were
In the Western Division semi- The other starters could come '
come out for the seventh round, unable to get him out the first
final playoffs the St. Louis from a group that includes !
t. Hawks whipped the Los Angeles Quadrangle, Mr. Brick, Alphabet claiming an injured shoulder. time they saw him. That was USED TIRESEVERY Overs t ..
Clay, who has acknowledged last year in the last game of the
Wil Red The
Lakers ,
'I I 106-90 a commanding
: that he is
a member of the season. New Discontinued .
2-0 lead in their best-of-five set. Scoundrel, Whit's Pride and a
f Black Muslims, a Negro supremacy 6foot2CJO.pound ONE INSPECTED BY OUR TIRE EXPERTS-
The number who'll be in the Brace a
Hawks had beaten the Lak
I ers 115-104 in their first just so their owners can group, claims he is righty, socked three singles and REAL BARGAINS FOR SECOND CARS & SPARES. Factory BlemishUP
game "the saviour of and is
I say they had a horse in the was walked twice in five timesat
Saturday night. Kentucky Derby. not a "poor example for the bat. He scored four runs and 88 TO TIRES!
I It was a close at Cincin- $3
game youth of the world" as Lassman
the Colts UP No Trade Needed
Chieftain put in his bid with knocked in three as
nati until' Robertson led 13-
a contends."I % DISCOUNT TIRES!
, ;
a IVi length triumph over Na- won 134. That performance t..
{ point burst in the second period don't drink, I don't smoke," .
I that broke a 44-44 tie. Oscar finished tional in the seven furlongs of he said at his New York hotel ."

( with 31 points, 10 of which last Saturday's $83,000 Gover- "I've never been caught steal-
nor's Gold at Bowie. Chief- UF-Georgier
came in 'the burst that put the Cup Ing. I don't run around with]
tain previously had broken GOOD/YEARSERVICE :
Royals ahead to stay. Jerry Lu- women and I don't carry
in two clashes with Northern Box Score
eas added 25 for the Royals. Dancer in Florida. Bupers was pistols. ..,
Hal Greer and Kerr "I've never been in kind
Johnny fourth and Traffic sixth in the any Georgia Ib r h FlorWt rk r kPlckett. 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 3723537Teenagers ..
each scored 21 points for the of trouble. I'm an Olympic gold cf 302 Creese. 2b 322
Cup, which was run in snow and Thompson If 4 0 0 Duncan, If 422 p-
76ers, who entertain the Royals medal winner for this countryand Snipes, C 100 Trammel!, cf 1 01 ,.. .
rain.Of I won the heavyweight title Reid. 3b 4 0 0 A. Elliott. Cf 3 0 0Mlnlck -.
at Philadelphia in the second 1
course there are still 2b 300 Porter e 502 ... -
game of the series Tuesday. fair and clean. Stellles. ft 3 O' Mtoomry. 3b 4 01 .
numerous races that could Mann ss 300 Blomgren rf :300
Should the WBA declare the dal/
Richie Guerin, traded to the Ib 200 Shannon Ib 3 01 ,
make trainers and owners decide title it Carlton Ib 100 Morerort M :3 0 0
Hawks by the New York Knicks heavyweight vacant, Gray c 200 Eggarf, P 4 0 1 .. .
against sending their would be unprecedented. In 1959 Waldrop. e 100 retail.... JJ 4 IIFlveash
in the led St. Lou-
early season,
101 .....
charges to Kentucky for the p
Is with 22 points as the Hawks :!the WBA, then known as the !. p 200 ...
Run for the Roses. They includethe 'National Boxing Association Tdals .... 3113 .
overcame an early 12-3 Laker A-flies for Trammell! In 4th
Fountain of Youth
at Gulf' 'I lifted Sugar Ray Robinson's grounded out for Gray in tth .
stream Wednesday the grounded out for Thompson In flit
middleweight title, but that was ... 0000000000Florid'
The Lakers who must win Georgia .H. ...
shore at Aqueduct Friday and because Robinson did not defend .... 20020000x4E ::1.
three straight to survive the series then such major events as the : N 'I: Trammell.! Porter 2. ...
within a stated time.Bucliliolz Montgc :>A: Georgia 24-12 Florida -
which resumes Wednesday Florida Derby, Wood Memorialat I II 27Morerort to Montgomery. -
Reid to *. :k to Futch. LOB: Georgia
r In Los Angeles, stayed in contention -, Aqueduct, California Derbyat Best I 3; Florida 12. 2B: Porter. Fiveash. 38: V.
until the Hawks outscored -, Golden Gate Fields, the Ches- I Pickert Eggart. SB Crease, 2. Duncan. co-

them 34-23 in the last' apeake at Laurel and the Blue In Track Meet I E9flart- ? ? r T bb sa ,
FIveash (L) 0-1 3 7 4 4 5
quarter. Elgin Baylor led the Grass at Keeneland 10 days before Bagby .......".-__-__.. :2 0 0 2 1
Lakers with 20. the Derby. Buchholz won a city-wide WP Egglrt Flvus"(W) 3-0 Bigby......v.,;: ,Flvus"II 0 .1 U A: .,'.......
I. :
Robertson received 60 of a possible Big Victory junior high track meet at P. Bans .. Belbeck. T: 217. A: SM.
K. track last week
Yonge by
85 first place votes and NIM
While Chieftain was moving scoring 74% points. In Training
compiled record total of 362 .
a into the Kentucky Derby picture Westwood was runnerup with .....-
points on a 5-3-1 basis in the last Saturday Gun 'Bow: Puerto Rico (AP)
was 43V4 points, PKY finished third SAN JUAN, ...
MVP ballotting by NBA players strengthening his bid for handi- !with 37- and Howard Bishop -Challenger Kenny Lane of '.. ," .:- .1' -e...... .
who were not allowed to vote cap division recognition with I Mich. arrived Sun-
a was fourth with 34. Muskegon, ...
for their teammates.Big 13'4 length triumph in the There will be another track day to open training for his M.11 w

Bill Russell of the championship $116,000 Gulfstream Park Hand- meet at the PKY oval on Ap- lightweight title bout with champion ..,.....
Boston Celtics, who, icap. ril 2. I Carlos Ortiz on April 11.

won the last three years, fin- I ......
ished third with 167 points com

pared with 215 for runner-up ( ...... .

Wilt Chamberlain of the Western .. ,.
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'' i news from Washington: I

t" STOCK Late Morning I.. i: Johnson told members of

1 i.; FLASHES .. ALACHUA, GENERAL son; David : I the AFL-CIO Building and Con '

Il MARKET N. Y. Listing HOSPITAL Town. j i struction Trades Department
; r March 19, 1964 j I I today that he favors legislation
\ YORK (AP) exchanged at 32i on 2,500 shares. i I'
*to insure labor
BIRTHSMr. fringe benefits
Willie Knight
AllisChal 175 GulfOil 53L. _
:stock market was steady inf! Standard Oil (New Jersey) j'I
t Alcoa 753 IntHarv 71'4 & Mrs. Gerald Offenhauer -Sumner, Mrs. Lee as part of federal constructionwork.
"Ynoderately active trading ateased; 'a to 844 on 1,000 shares. : .
\It .the opening today. American Airlines gained J AmAir 46 IntNick 7.B'AmBrk 308-A Flavet I, a son; Mr. Judith Crane ,
Johnson, who is scheduled
5t 32'' Mrs. Sally ; : to
1 H: Most key stocks showed nar-at.! 46?i on 1,700 shares. South-,I AmBdPar 35! Lig&\I IntPap: 7t 2 & Mrs. Thomas Ferguson, 920 N Mrs. Mary I [address the legislative ccn.er.ence .
TOW changes. (ern Pacific l lost ss at 40 on 1,000 1 1t 23rd Blvd. MR. &
!i' AmCan 42 2 Loch'd 37 a son; Mrs. Mrs. Ravenne for the labor group Tues-

t .,..Opening blocks included: Gen-'!'shares. II |i ii Am'an 64'4 Lorillard ..UAm Nathaniel Batie, Micanopy, a Alice Roundtree, ]: day, said in an advance message :- I
eral Electric, *. at 87?, on Commonwealth Edison edged '
up I lot 16s Mag'vox 39s'i son Mr. & Mrs. Duna- 'Outlaw, Russell : "I can assure you that
i ,'3,400 shares; Republic Steel, offup! i at 49*4 on 1,800 shares. ; Percy
I AT&T 138i MplsHon 1261 gin, 288-15 Corry Village, a son. Myrtle Joann Cox i] "this bill providing for fringe:
, ll, at 45U on 2,000and Sperry I Opening on 3,000 shares Penn- John benefits as part of the prevail
AmTob 29s l\IM&1 66 8: Dudley,
I Rand, off % at 18i on 5,000. 1 Jsylvania Railroad dipped Vz to ADMITTED |I ;:ing on federal
AmpxCp 26 Mon5'to 707.; Pearl B. Haufler, : wage conjstruction -
...On transactions of 1,5OO. Xerox gained *z at 89 on Anaconda 48 1\IontWd 31 I Mrs. Betty Dunagin, Lila S. ham Lila I !! I work has the continu-
shares, United Air Lines was{2,000 shares. I '
Armour 5O2 NatDair 67 8 Guertin Philip Winefordner, Winefordner. ling support of this administration.
\ (unchanged at 59%: General DyNew York Central lost *s at1: "
ACL 72 NatDist 2S Tammy Con n ella, Catharine ;lans Tammy I .
namics was off 1 at 293i; and 327 on 1,800 shraes.
2 : 8&0 41 N.AmAv 53'iBethStl Neylans, Mrs. Susie P. Camp !Alexander
.Stlidebaker was unchanged at: Brunswick was unchanged at I I'
: 31 Penney 51 bell Mrs. Jewell! McPherson, ACCIDENT: MEMENTOS A collection
I : of
ilO'i! shares.
.:'n.. on 1,400 ; Boeing 43 PRR 31 4 Miss Clytee Joan Coleman, Mrs.I Involved in ]!: : and mementos of the
1 the Associated Press ;, Prollloted papers
Ford dipped H to 5614 on 3,000 Friday
Borden 731'2 48t : Glenda Herlong, all of Gainesville to and
-sh (average of 60 stocks declined V t' PepCola \ city police late President John F. Kennedy -
r, res. Brunswk 1Oi Phil1Pet 48 ; Mrs. Bernie E. Batie, Mi- office during the : | will go on exhibit in 23
:. International was un-I to 301.7. M. product I
Paper Philip Lally engineering
CaterTr 598 RCA 36 canopy; Stanley R. Hutchinson, Elinor Stanbak, : 'I American cities.
i Celanese 657. RepStl 45 21 manager at the j Chiefland; Ernest (Tommy) Al- Place, struck a I New Yorkers will see it first
Chrysler 447 Revlon 38 Sperry plant here since 1957, I len, Old Town; Mrs. Betty Ann 2100 block of NW !'it will there May 29

' fDixie Oratory CocaCola 122 ReyTob 40 l has been promoted and to man-Advanced Home, Alachua; Miss Doris De- at 7:15 pm. i i j which would open have been Ken-,
of Research
CornEd 49 StRegP 3.B41 ager DevIces.County. ; !laino. Cedar Key; Miss Virginia Michaelen Mylet (i :ned "s' 47th birthday. The schedule -

I ConEd 85 4 Seaboard 48 81 I Hammock, Dunnellon; Mrs. St., and Joan for other cities has not been

i ContCan 451,2 Sears 106I [Patsy Ellen Buchanan, Bron- Broward Hall, at [I :completed.RED .
Stalls Bill DowChe 70 Sinclair 453i If -------
Rights f Team
duPont 258 Socony 7238
EAL 35 SouthnC 5H i I I County Pro BID: Ernesto (Che)

:?WASHINGTON AP) The jvote by midweek on bringing) E. Kodak 129 Sperr'R 18 In Land Guvara,, Cuban told Americans minister of Sunday industries
Seriate civil rights battle moves the bill to the floor. : Firestone 43 StBrand 76 I II

:3ato its 13th day today with I I A steady stream of Dixie oratory -: Fla P&L 761'2 StO NJ 8B Charles E. Whitney and Marilyn r Robert S. I via ABC's radio-television

headers asking 12-hour dailySSsions with more on tap, raises\ Ford 557 a Studebak 7% Meet S. Whitney to Don A. Peterson -I Gerard to You ,, j program "Issues and Answers"'that

in hopes of getting a':doubts that Democratic leader, Frmst Da 10 Swift 4578' Judge lot 13, block 8, Ridge- Homes of \' : his relations countrwould like to
------- i Mike: Mansfield's timetable cant Frept SuI 36 Texaco 74%I. view, $5,400.Henderson. 'Woodland Terrace I i: resume with the Unit-
t be kept. FruehTr 31 Thiokol l6i Alachua County will be rep! Rankin Inc. to Lincoln Estates ,: !ed States on "the basis of principles -

p GenDyn 29 U.Carb 120% resented in the state land judge: Ezra E. Smith and Rosa Lea Smith and Ida :Mae !,' and total equality."
fTrial Opens Sen. Richard B. Russell,} '
GenEl 8i% UnitAirc 46 ing contest by a team from the Smith, lots 291 and 293, South. Estates $ 1 Cuba looks forward. be said,
Lincoln ,
D-Ga., floor general for the 191 j i| Ito
GenFds 90 Un Fruit 23: Santa Fe Senior Chapter, Future side Terrace, $600. Hugh C. i expanded trade with France,
llT.301 Southerners fighting the meas-( Gen\liUs 40% US Steel 58%' Farmers of America anda j, William M. Poteat and Free- les Walter ,i I IBritain and Japan to hclo <-if-
pii ure, made no objection this) ,,
Gen Urs 8H. UnivMat 12%! 4-H Club team comprised of I da L. Poteat to Harold A. McDonald P. Medcalf, lot I set the loss of commerce with
weekend when the assistant :
.Democratic leader, Hubert H. Goodrich 58 WestgEI 36:Itop scorers in the recent coun- lot 8, Carol Estates:'tates South $ i i the United States.
Land Worth Goodyr 46 WinnDix 301. 1 ty r land judging event. Terrace, $11,900.Henrietta ;
Humphrey of Minnesota, floor: Tommy Ridgell
Greyhnd 52% Woolwth 7" F. Cannon to Edwin i NO APOLOGY: Secretary of
I.*! 'I Imanager for the legislation,': 81! The FFA team, which :Ridgell to Nathan
j .
placed ; there
I,H. Turlington part of lot 29, 'State Dean Rusk says is
The first in a series of tnover asked unanimous consent to I(I first in the FFA division of the' and Henrine ''' .
: : Hudson Tract, $4,000. no need to apoloeize to s n JiL< the value of land be-bring the Senate in two hours Two Cigai'eti1ac1iities !|i county event and, therefore,Mackey Ridgell's Plat, $ i|I '
: Linnie L. Parker to Erwin i ,Wayne Morse. D-Ore., and Ernest
in taken bthe State Road I earlier than usual. George H. ;,
won the right to compete in the .
Daphine D-Alaska.
i II Lee Gammel Sr. and Gruening.
rpartment to four-lane U.S.! Plans the Senate' state contest, is composed of lia L. Kelley to :
are keep : j ; Patricia Gammel, property in I Ii he never called them quit-
301 began in Circuit Court here in session until 10 p.m. each, I Russell Taylor, Bill Shaw, ley, a one Reydolds.'F;: '
i section 20, township 9, range 20,I property in ] :tens for differing with him on
this morning. night. Johnny Emerson and Carlton' I[[
Broken Into $1,600.. 10, range 22, $5,100.George !' !foreign policy.
; Three Waldo property owners. In the first two weeks of the, I Deloach. II Palm View Estates Inc. to i ii H. : The secretary said his Salt

I jire involved in the present(civil rights fight the Senate met Police and sheriff's deputiesare Taylor was high individual I Eugene W. Brockenbrough and lia L. Kelley and |!: i 5 Lake City speech last Thurs-

condemnation trial.They're I lat 11 a.m., an hour early, and; investigating two breakinsin scorer in FFA competition. Sara i M. Brockenbrough, lot 56, ;ley to Julia M. I' :day was not aimed at the senators
I' William B. Monroe,I kept grinding until well!(' ( j but views in
away ; cigaret machines that happened -: I Palm View Estates, $17,300. ,in section 31, I I at expressed
I, Catherine Turbeville and Tho-I past the dinner hour. Last! over the weekend. Ronnie Prentice of Bland was., Nolan M. Hag o n and Ana :22, 52000. I mail received at the State De-
mas J. Barnes. An appraiser(,Thursday, when a Democratic!| I high individual scorer in coun-'!Martha Hagon to Damaris H. Clara B. .partment.
I f T6r the State Road Department( dinner with Presi-''': ty 4-H competition. He was se- .
fund-raising One was at McDowell's Phil- :(Rutledge, property in lot 1 ,: and !:. On Friday Morse told the
began testifying on the worth!'dent Johnson as chief speaker j lips 66 station at U.S. 441 and lected for the 4-H team that,(I block 5, Olmsted's survey of Douglas lot 10 and part of ''Senate and Gruening agreed

oT the Monroe property this was held, the Senate quit early.I j IS.R., 331. I will go to the state contest,'!Alachua, $6,000. 1 t Forest Park, $ j: j with him in a second specch-

"nwrning. Hope for a brief Easter re-: 1: along with Reggie Brown of Hugh C. Edwards and Nesa- i Fir Shades Inc. ; that the country "can well afford
"lie was set to continue this It was discovered Sunday afternoon Orange Heights, and Harold
i cess, possibly from Friday I dale Inc. to W. Joseph Willing; Yaufman and to get along" without
Ofternoon. : and Steve Platt both
through Monday may speed I I Trujillo 1 ham, property in block 15, Bai- man, lot 4, : Rusk. Morse accused the secretary -
County Attorney Wayne Car-(calling up the bill. I Deputies said it apparently of Gainesville. ley Estates, $40,000. 1 or, $14,300. '! of using "McCarthy

title said another suit involving Even after the measure happened sometime Saturday; The state land judging contest -,: Robert S. Schenck and Ella' Gum Shades Inc. 1 i smear tactics" against op-
U.S. 301 right of way will the unlimited !night or early Sunday morning.I will be held in Mariannaon Schenck Burton tes lot 34 jponents' of his policies. Gruen-
Breaches. floors, Mae to Tuten:]. II
I t3eTn land in next downtown week. Waldo.It inv.......M..| "p --L! 'he! .. 'possible on a'I The cig 'ret machine, which April 3. More than 30 coun-I and Shirley Tuten, lots I, 2, 3j or, $14.000. I. : ing agreed and requested an

"Still other suits have been,pi-oziisr-.uv"- -iI: :. WayneMorse I stands outside. has been broken ties are expected to participatein 4,5, 6, 7,8, 9, 10, block F, East.! Floy E. Bar t i apology..
;: D-Ore., to send it to the'[into three times in the last two;I the state contest, with the s Waldo, $3,500. Barton to Miller ,
I Hed on other land along theSflr r .
winning FFA and 4-H teams I
i (Judiciary Committee for hear.months. -- ------------ -- 'I 1 1i
route between the Bradford J.C. NIAY
a.- I going on to international competition -
I ings. There could be unlimited I The other break-in was in the
.. flfld Marion County lines. All''debate too, on amendments, machine at the Sandwich Inn!, this summer in Oklahoma -i Gov. Wallace May i [WJIIJ\NCIE<
of them will go to trial for a City. '
substitutes or other actions. All ,i in the 100 block of NE 16th I, .
value determination here during -this talk could be cut off, how- Street. I I The Alachua County 4-H team i iI Rusinsis

the next several weeks. lever. if leaders muster the two- Investigators hadn't determined -I is coached by Asst. C o u n ty i I Sizeable Wisconsin I 1. Au"H.
The trials are set to deter-
thirds majority required for clo- yet this morning what was Agent A. T. Andrews. Agricul-i '
mine the value of land parcels Iture. taken. I ture teachers Don McCormick 11 11I ; ; ; .", .
L wlv'J1 the property owner and : I I and Kenneth Lee are coaches I WASHINGTON: (AP) Sen.,would be a blot lif.

t the State Road Department for the Santa Fe FFA team. I William Proxmire, D-Wis., said;of the state of '-'k '

;. can't agree on a price. I Alachua County produced the:today Gov. George C. Wallace!Gov. Wallace is 2I,41.

...State. law provides for a Circuit Supreme Court j':state champion 4-H land judg- of Alabama may roll up a feated." : -. 1st Strut
Court jury to decide the 'ing teams in 1961 and 1962 and 372-1449
sizeable in the Wisconsin
i vote
t price. had the runner-up team last 1 It is Nelson's '

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; I already has been taken but I It Rules for Castro The Santa Fe Chapter had j where he is contesting with ed as to the "

the state championship FFA Gov. John of Wis
litigation .of a price hasn't been: W. Reynolds House passed :
: completed. Construction crews ,team last year. I consin.In 'Engineering
f : ire.at work from the Bradford I, WASHINGTON (AP) Fidel j The Supreme Court decision which presently & Decor.
I- County line to near the south Castro won a major victory in does not end the litigation in: fact, Proxmire said, "He'Senate. '
I the U.S. Supreme Court !this HawthorneFish could win it."
today. which
city limits of Waldo. particular case may even "Actually," !\ LOUNGES
r I The 'high court ruled 8-1 that i become a precedent for others
Sen. Gaylord Nelson, D-Wis., civil rights bill
U.S. courts are without powerto j involving millions of dollars. ; PACKAGE STORES
Archer Store Fry said he wouldn't hazard a effect whatsoever
pass on his expropriation of !
I If : The high court said that the Your Architect!
property in Cuba owned by,U.S. District Court in New York I' guess as to the outcome be- Wisconsin is Financing

f rBroken Into ;'I Americans. {may still rule on questions that I HAWTHORNE The Hawthorne tween Wallace and Reynolds, Proxmire said I

; I i Justice John M. Harlan delivered -\jmay be raised as to any possible Band Boosters will sponsor running as a favorite son committed is an excellent : CO.

ARCHER, A break-in yes-I the majorit decision.I breach of contract and on a 1 a fish fry Thursday to raise II to President Johnson. has had to make

at Bishop's Drug StoreaPed I|Justice Byron R. White wrotea (question of "theory of conver-!money for new uniforms for the, and unpopular

the thieves some mall:! dissenting opinion.The ision" as affected by New York high school band. !I, 'However," Nelson state's chief I
]l'ae and an estimated $26 case involved efforts by law. Serving of the fish supper will. --- -- -- --I he said, could St. Jacksonville

;"I'th of goods. I i'the Castro government to recover What the Supreme Court did be from 5-7 p.m. on the school!::LIfi1.U? are looking for test vote against Ext. 35
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.:a.e intrusion discovered 1H1
was $175.250 proceeds from,do is this: It said lower courts I,grounds. Tickets are $1.25 for lie uuiv' pel iui )inu June:
t ht: 7:30 last night by Mrs.'''sale of a cargo of sugar were wrong in ruling that seizure -i adults and 75 cents for "Mary" check "Pets" in to-

I l. Bishop. 1':shipped to this country by a Cuban of property in Cuba belonging -(They may be obtained Children'l day's Classified. There are a The Stores Listed Below Have

f l.t puties who went to the i i, manufacturer whose propi -f to Americans was in vi-Booster member or any band1 number of cute kittens and pup-
L -t't i'ie found the rear door win-i i icrty was seized. lolation of international law and'I member. j I py's who want a home.

) J p broken and the screen shovi -I Most 'of the capital stock of!I that therefore the Castro gov-, --- - More Easter Cards Than (Kffy'& /"

2-put. Burglars had, reached1TJjTSugh 'the manufacturer is owned by lernmenl could not be said to I

and unlocked the door,::residents of the United States.,.have title to the sugar.YOU'RE .
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_Monday. _, March 23_, 1964 Galnmllb Sun 9
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V ; I TFOULED Wet Snow '.

1 :i Dateline I Yonge : Rebel ROBBERYLONDON UP Troubles

. i; GHS E I Chatter Rap UpI (AP-Two) "

payroll bandits lost a haul of West States

I ) .y By I 17,000 Friday because they

By SUSAN LAN ..1 IMILY CAUTHEN I forgot where they parked SALT LAKE CITY, Utah

: MARY WATSON JAYHllYnm III their get-away car. (AP-A) wet spring snowstorm

: f I.' ..I Fabulous extracurricular ac- While father dribbled the ball The bandits knocked down sloshed its way east today after
I \ High honors for their recently zan, Al Jones, Wally Rhines, two men grabbed the !
Spring is here, and so, naturally -bands presented a concert for tivities have taken place at feebly down the court, cheer- pay dumping a foot of snow on'Salt
,: issued cards saw 31 David Westfall, Marilyn Ahrano roll and turned the
, report are spring sports! The students and parents.It's Santa ,Fe lately. To name a leading mothers leaped into the wrong Lake City, hampering motoristsand
students with 4.0 (straight A) and Mike May. the time
Grassplot baseball season opened Tuesdayof that time of year again few, baseball started, Senior air and led cheers. The busi- way. By they realized endangering livestock herds
The Hurricane Herald's -
Seniors registering on their mistake
\ ; averages. last week when P. K. defeated when the fourth graders present Play cast members began nessmen of High Springs are and turned throughout the Rocky Mountain
this list Sandra Allen, Beni Award from the month of I Mick the
"I Santa Fe with a score of 52. their annual circus, completewith practice on Act II of "Onionsin to be given credit for playing states.
Hargrove, Wally Rhines, Denny February went to Anchor Club. P. K. met Orange Park Friday trained lions. This Tuesday the Stew" the Band pre best, for somehow, through the knocked down had re Moisture also struck a damaging -
Dennison Fred Henderson, The month of March award covered. IB the
: night for their, second game. there will be two performancesat pared for District Contest, and riot, they won. ensuing struggle blow at the Los Angeles
Mike Bruce Stechmiller promises to be a difficult one the bandits
May, dropped their
9:45 and 12:45. David Conger organizations sponsored The second game was more area. A steady downpour Son-
and to judge last weekend, members The track team too is off to money- loot made
: Randy Wyatt. and Bill Hodges are the ring raising entertainments. active, being played by all senior as they their es day night washed glaciers of,
of service clubs
; Among the Juniors are Margaret were on i a good start this season. The masters who will, preside over boys who had not played cape. mud down hillsides swept by
weeding, mowing and "Blue" second in Last Saturday the Santa Fe
campus big placed a
Bob Mizell brush fires week
Hampton, the spectacular.Big basketball this year and the a ago.
edging their respective plots. at the Senior Chorus, with their director
Steve Nadeau, David Zimpfer, track meet Wednesday news at P. K. is the closed alumni. And last, the evening The Rocky Mountain storm
The school show decided schools Mr. Ray Lunceford,
grounds track. Other ,
Tom Alison, Sandie Bonner, University circuit television hook up with ended with the '63-64 basket- left snow in uneven amounts.
Johanne Eichelsderfer, J udy improvement with this sort participating in the meet were the Education College. This operation traveled to Jacksonville to ball seniors against the '6162team. PeopleIn Salt Lake City received the
of being expended. The Lake Weir and Florida in the District Chorus
\ Gabbert, Beverly George, Sally energy Perry, is to be completed by compete Most of the members of greatest amount of moisture
latest Herald featured a picture Contest. The was accompanied -
Goodwin, Danny Honze, Stefan High. July 1st. A cable will connect group the latter group are now at- the NewsBy from any one storm since July
the music intern
Lupkiewicz, Mary Anne Murphy, page. of SafetyaroundSchool. We enjoyed both the junior Norman Hall and P.K. for pur- Mr. Randall by Dampier. tending college, many of themon 1962, but only three inches..of

Judy Nesler, Karen Rosenbarger and senior bands Saturday whenP. poses of classroom observation. athletic scholarships. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS snow fell 20 miles south at

Dan Tucker and Boyd Alpha Tri-Hi-Y has a most in- K. hosted a District band UNDERTOW: Jim Doak andV. The ratings, given by three Refreshments were donated MIAMI, Fla. (AP) RichardM. Provo, Utah. Billings, Mont.,

Welsch. And in the Sophomoreclass teresting project: they have contest Twenty bands from G. Hodsdon leaving their judges, were based on sight- and sold to the trowds who Nixon predicts that President -got; seven inches within 12

are Cathy Ayers, Nancy adopted a 6-year-old Korean or- the area attended the contest initials to posterity....... Thereis reading, capability, performance gathered to view this spectacular Johnson will pick Atty. hours.

Baxter, Peter Enwall, Lucy phan girl. The Club began the which included the concert, a new odor around school not and general appearance. event sponsored annuallyby Gen. Robert F. Kennedy to run. Stockmen's warnings were Issued -

Goddard, Porter Home and project during the first semester -sight readnig, solo and ensem- coming from the Home EC. girls Those who sang solos and the Athletic Boosters Club. for vice president on the Democratic for Wyoming, Montanaand

Becky Warden. of school, and donates $60 ble, and marching contest. It cooking.... Lots of luck to Joe rated excellent were Jim For- Proceeds are to be used for ticket next November.The the Dakotas as the storm

Didja-ever notice how often for the child's welfare for a per- was the second time for the Reaines on finding a slide rule ester (tenor), Joanna Gonzales -new f 0 0 t ball uniforms and former Republican vice moved east, but the Weather

; many of the above namu are iod of six months. 'Cane-gratu- band to wear their new uni- tie clasp... Happy Birthday to (alto), and Karen Gonzales track equipment.The president said in a taped radio' Bureau said it was losing its

in print for extra-curricular activities -lations to all of you for your forms. They made their debut Jean Webb... Don and John, a (soprana). Grades of excellentwere Annual Staff held their interview in Miami (on WLBW) punch> as it neared the Plains,

as well as their acad- generosity. God will love you last Tuesday when the new vaudeville act also awarded to the Mad- yearly "Wing Ding" Friday that the political odds favor the bringing( only clouds and light
for it.We. rical Group, Girls Sextet I,
emic ones? Must be that men- night Complete with hayridesand late President John F. Kenne- precipitation.The .
can now announce the re and Girls Sextet II. other carnival like activities Los Angeles mudsldes!
tal alertness doesn't confine one dy's brother as Johnson's running -
to just book-larnin. One of sults of contests associated with The SATB (full) Chorus and the funds will help finance mate. brought crews from the Glendale -

these 6 weeks, I hope this whole Forestry Day, March 6. FFA Buchholz the SSA (girls) Chorus both received the student yearbooks. The next most likely candidate Burbank and Los Angeles

column will contain nothing but members placing in the competition superior. This qualifies During the evening, a 'Mr. Nixon said, would be Sen. fire departments to the hardesthit

names of G.H.S. straight A were notably Tom Cas- Buzzes Santa Fe, for the first time in Rebel Red' and a 'Mr. Rebel Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota. areas. Mud caved in garage

students! tell and Mike Runnels who won its short history, for State Contest Gray' were crowned and received doors, moved parked cars and

1st place in the logsawingevent. The event is to be held their trophies.The covered sidewalks.In .

The YMCA Youth Legislaturewas Then Mike Runnels and V next week-end March 16-18 in boys were selected by PERTH Austrial AP New Mexico and the Texas -
held in Tallahassee March ( ) -
Jeff Tanksley whipped all comers By Daytona Beach. their classmates of the junior Panhandle, the problemwasn't
I'm bit said
12-14, and G.H.S. had eight a sore, skydiver
in the log-rolling contest. Tuesday night Rebel Gym and senior high respectively. Jennifer Oliver after the main mud but dust, whippedup
representatives on this politicalscene. We're a conflict kept us I rrJj MARY ANN RIDGELLand
sorry was the scene of three rather Anyone who wished to vote of her failedto by 50-mile-an-hour winds onthe
Sherry Coker and Gale from being in this audience.One BARTON DOUGLAS each canopy parachute
donated She
different basketball games. simply money, southern fringes of
in a jump from
for Beta Tri-Hi-Y Ca- open 5,700
Calaway ,
of these fine rainy days, I cent representing one vote. mountain storm. Presidio, Tex.,
rolyn Fogle and Sally Goodwinfor The honor students at Buch- ,Salisbury, Tom Soxman, Nancy Game one was appropriately feet over Perth, Australia.At .
FFA to doa
maybe we can get II made lastyear's
titled "The Old Folks Game, Awards were by reported severe dust stoqns
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y did us all repeat performance on the lolz who are on the straight A- ,Stapleton, Judy Thigpin, Donna "I 2,000 feet, the 21-year-old
Alachua, vs. High Springs. winners. I and a high of 92 degrees Spn-
school teacher
Sandra Thomas. Arvida released her
proud from the girls clubs. Pat school grounds. honor roll for this past six-weeks Thomas,
it the hottest
day, making spotin
O'Neal was speaker of the Saturday, March 14, at the are seventh grade Kim Vick--Wasdin Linda Wilkinson, Linda .. reserve canopy, which helped the nation.

fl House of Representatives, and George Washington Hotel in ers: eighth grade, Susan Hen- Boyles, and Carolyn Younge- slow her fall. She was released The dust turned skies brown in
David Smith house Kay Nocks, and Mary blood. from a hospital after treatmentfor
was reporter I Jacksonville, we had 20 G.H.S. nessey most of New Mexico. Several
for the session. Representing Pal nour; ninth graders. Cathy cuts, bruises and shock.
students attending the Annual Our congratulations go to scheduled airline flights were
Gamma were Wayne Hardwickand state national Alvarez, Melvin Caswell, Alicia -
Regional Thespian these people.A .
delayed at Albuquerque. ,
HornetHeckles MOBILE, Ala. (AP) The
Bob Watson. Much thanksare Society Conference in Jackson- Ceballos, Beverlie Hartwell, .
dance was held last Satur- nation's new first lady of youth
extended to Mrs. Mary ville. Brice Hope, and Debbie Tay-

Bryan and Mrs. Florence Cline, senting Theatre-hopefuls G.H.S. included repre-Jim lor.Students day night in the auditorium at is Linda Felber, an 18-year-old More Chicken
school. D.Jays for this dance blonde from Colfax ,
green-eyed '
who the A
sponsors for the G.H.S. group. Rhines Al Jones are on -
Moxley, Wally '
and B honor roll are seventh were Dutch Shaffer and Randy Wash. She says she never .
Gainesville High School host David Edwards, Roger Brill, In the Soup-
Williams. It was sponsored by wants to lose her "individual
grade, Catherine Conner, Mel-
ed the Regional Science Fair in RicMrd Smith, David Westfall,
the Student Council. The theme identity" the title she
Donnie Eliades
inda Drake, ,
the Teaching Auditorium a elTJohnson, Reedd Mattair, WASHINGTON CAr) The
Anice Flanagan, Jo Ann Har- was Spring Frolic. won in Mobile, Ala., as Amer-
week ago in a very we&plan- Phillis Perry, Irene Dowd, Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
dee, Curt Holder, Karen Me- Last Tuesday afternoon some By JOHN WATERS and MABELLE GLASS ca's Junior Miss of 1964.
ned operation. Region IV students Nancy Guy, Sharon Gallagher, Butcher Workmen spoke up to*
Elwain, Sheila Norris, Lucille eighth grade girls played other I The teen queen a school
from G.H.S. with praise Ann Weimer, Judie Barry and I day for more chicken in chicken -
the P.A.
in system
Rodgers[ Melvin Scott, Sharon eighth grade girls from P. K. The big thing at HHS this breakdown paper editor, "A" student and
worthy exhibits were Bud Kerry Ann Brown. Mrs. 'Mary soup. .
Strickland, Kathleen Trueet, Yonge, Howard Bishop, and past week was the annual athletic -added to the fun. some-time car hop at a drivein -
Brown, Richard Smith, Dale Elliott, sponsor of Thespian, also When the housewife serves
Westwood in in the The softball team is beginningto won a $6,000 scholarshipwith
and Kay Vickers. basketball held
Brabham, Pat O'Neal, Tony Ba- attended. banquet, Friday prepared chicken soup shehouldn't
Eighth graders, Mike Blizio- P. K. Yonge gym. Also on Wed- work out everyday, getting her title.WASHINGTON.
( night in the high school: cafeteria have to "turn to a
tes, Judy Coursey, Ronnie Crow- nesday afternoon some ninth ready for the coming season.
der, Debbie Fogal, and Jeanne grade girls from Buchholz play- and sponsored by the The band is having their fish (AP) President microscope" to find the chickenin
it the AFL-CIO union told
Kinser; ninth graders, Eldon ed against P. K. Yonge, Howard Hawthorne Lions Club. fry Thursday at the school Johnson appeared unhappy hear an
Agriculture Department
Arndt Bourgeois and Westwood also in from 7 to 9. The proceeds will that several news photographers -
I Gayle Beggs, Kay -Bishop, I ,
The boys receiving sweatersfor ing. ..
Bishop David Heron, Evin Jones, basketball. All of these games go towards the purchase of new were on hand when
The union protested that some
Lynda Kastor, Randy McDavid, that were played were well athletic achievement were band> uniforms. be and his wife attended Sunday sold in dehydrated form

Susan Myers, Joan Philman, played. I can say this from experience Dexter Bender Pat Baker, vesper services at St. soups
contain less than 1 cent of
- ; Bulletin I Carrie Sue Pierson, Linda Reynolds -, that they were also Danny Brown and John Robinson. Vic DamoneIn John's Episcopal Church in poultry meat. The per union sayschicken

Cissy Roundtree, Frankie fun. They all played football Washington. or turkey should

I and Bender- Brown- and Robinson 'Flying' "Please, boys, don't," he told contain at least 2 per soup cent pout
I them. "Let us come to churchin
By GARY MARTINMr. Westwood played basketball. private. try meat on a ready to serve
WhispersBy basis.>
Lettering in football and Auto WreckBISHOP -

Henderly, our tennis sembly. The chorus presented LONDON (AP) The British '
coach, has reported the results -several numbers and Mr. Hendrix Lyla Brogdon and Krezdorn, chairman; Clean up basketball were Andy Calif. (AP) Offi- Song Writers Guild announcedin Nixon on Tour
Pam Whitlow -C a r o 1 Hanna, chairman; Donald Gilland, Roger Glass,
of the Howard Bishop-i was on hand again for I cers say singer Vic Daone recovering London that its 1964 award

Westwood match. Bishop play another talk. Last week we listed all of Publicity B. J. Cross, chair. Larry Reeves and football Dickie Hughes. t with his wife today for outstanding contributions to NEW YORK AP) Former

ers were John Hendrix, Steve The workers have begun work the students making straightA's man. Lettering in only ,after a spectacular auto accident British popular and light music Vice President Richard M. Nix-

Hall, Bill Gaston and Steed!on our outside theatre. Trees I this six weeks but due There was a TWIRP dance were Robinson Virgil Steve Daugherty Manchester, Lucky I must have been flying will go to John Lennon and on left Sunday night on a bus -

j Rountree. Mr. Henderly was have been removed, and cement last Saturday night sponsoredby Gilland. when his sports car left the! Paul McCartney for their songs ness trip which will take him

1 pleased with our team's pro- added. The benches have to the deadline of this articlewe the Student Council.. Bill (manager) in and basketball George only road, fell into a shallow canyort- 'She Loves You," "I Want to around the world in three

1 gress. I ben moved to make way for were not able to list these Marr was there spinning the Lettering Frankie Atkinson and An- and hit a tree. Hold Your Hand" and "All My weeks.

The ninth grade has elected our new library. Bids have ninth graders who made top tunes all night long from were drew BlackwellThe After seeing the car jammed Loving." Nixon said he will take "a

class officers and sponsors. been called for, so the buildingon straight A's: Marti Banks, Abby -7 until 10:30.: The meaning of among the trees, patrolmanAlan As if you didn't knowLen- .holiday from politics," but "will

J, All the races' were very close. the library should begin Ash, Edith Danford, Susan this type of dance is that everything cheerleaders, Corky Jones K. Stoll said Damone non and McCartney are two of I.attempt to see how our foreign,

Those who came out on the soon. We might add that we Degenhardt, Carl Home, Jeanne is backwards, the Susan Godwin, Betty Godwin "must have flown it in; you the four Beatles. policy is operating." '

top were: .president Glenn are just "jumping for joy" be- Rousseau, Steve Shrader, girls ask the boys, the girls Shirly Bell, Nancy Hun- can't drive in there." .

Brasington; vice president cause soon we can begin a and Lynn Tyner. take the boys, and the girls sucker and Treasa Lashly received The car, an Italian-made Ferrari ROME (AP) Sophia Loren

-0' Carolyn Emo; secretary weekly report on the library as letters. Members of the worth about $15,000, was and Marcello Mastroianni will
for the admission.
\ Mary Haemmerlie; treasurer we did the Ag builldng. The i The home economics classes pay There boys girls basketball team receiving demolished. Damone had bought star in a new motion picture JOIN

Reba Stone. The "w Inn ing" benches should all be in place have chosen committee' chair- was a large turnoutof letters were Betty Godwin, it only five hours before the accident -whose title, "Marriage Italian
students and
teachers were Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. by March 26, the time of our men and members for their, all had fun. we know they Brenda Pollard, Judy Widener, Sunday.A Style," undoubtedly stems from

Jones, Mrs. Hanna, Mrs. Mc- Easter Assembly. All of our fashion show which will be Pam Huggins, Claudia Hughes, doctor said the 35-year-old the success of a previous Mas IHEHIUM

Mullen and Mrs. Potter. readers should attend this as- given for 8th grade girls on This week the Westwood girls Sandra Bonds and Linda Wheeler. singer suffered abrasions, lacerations troianni comedy hit-"Divorce

March 12 was seventh grade sembly.The April 1. The overall general participated in a Sports Dayat on his left cheek and Italian Style."

assembly day. Along with Mr. Ag building, about whichwe chairman is Marina Lee. Thereare P. K. Yonge. Many games! cheerleaders behind one ear, severe bruises Producer Carlo Ponti and

Hendrix's talk, Rex Lowe, John have said so much, has 15 committees of which of basketball were played. The junior serv- and a slight concussion.His American Embassy PicturesCo.

Mitchell and Julie Larson performed been completed. Last week, an there is a chairman for each Monday, the seventh grade, ed the meal, and the Cliett guest wife, Judy, 27, suffered a announced in Rome that

% March 13, the next open house was enjoyed by the and about five other members.The captained by Candy Kuhr and speakers University were of Florida Gary football, concussion, bruises and slight the film will go before the

day,_came the eight grade as- faculty. They were. also givena -. committees and chairmen Patty Potter, went to the event. player, and Bill Koss, Univer- cuts. Damone was expected to cameras about April 1.
tour of the building ana experimental -:are as follows: the be released from a hospital here
Tuesday, eighth grade, captained sity of Florida basketball player. -
plots. It makes by Margaret Rogers and of ceremonieswas today, but his wife would re Volcano ActiveSAN
Noted Theme Cyn- The master
LawyerDies main longer said Dr. Roy
i Bishop very proud to have one ,
Garrett back with
thia Bledsoe, chairman; Pro- Sandy came Mr. John Taylor.
of the best Ag buildings and Christ Reib, Jo Pon- many wins. The ninth grade Hartwig. JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) J-
in Poverty facilities in this area. zio Make-up Modeling Ca- went on Wednesday, captainedby The seventh grade presenteda Patrolmen said the Damoneswere -Volcanic ash covered streets :

L The Bishop "All A" honor thy; Waldrop, chairman; Music Tizzy Hamilton and Gloria play for the school assemblylast southbound on U.s. 395 at, and buildings of this Central ........ ..,.. 'JIV
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) roll consisted of Mary Haem- Tuesday under the direction an elevation of 8,000 feet, about, American capital city Sunday
Jean Pullen chairman Nar- Williamson. We would like to
William Scott Stewart, famed merlie, John Hendrix, Linda of Mr. Fry. The play in- 50 miles north of Bishop, in the: as nearby Iram volcano came YOUR IIDoIJI.DUARD
Smith chair- thank P. K. Yonge for the hospitality
rators Patsy -
Chicago lawyer known as the Moore, Marsha Carlisle, Dale cluded an imitation skit of the heart of the High Sierra, when I to life again. .
'man Wardrobe Abby Ash, that was given to all
"hanging prosecutor" before he Henderly, Nicci McKay and ; Beatles, a "Cassius Clay vs. the car skidded along an embankment -. Loud underground rumblings
resigned and became a defense Patricia Mooneyham. chairman Carroll: Invitations chairman -Chairs-i players. Sonny Liston" boxing match, for about 140 feet I were reported from Rancho Re-< :

attorney who numbered mob HIGHLIGHTS: For those who chairman; and a skit imitating a TV pro' crossed the highway and I dondo and other towns near the

sters among his clients, has are running for public office, Jeanne Rousseau Susan Keel, chair-; Hafle. gram. The program was very plunged 50 feet into a shallow,, volcano, which has been on a C..B, 1 it ... 117th 1.1.fa ....- '..
Ushers Ethiopian Emperor
died in poverty and obscurity. we would like to add a little humorous and an unexpected forested canyon. _. months-long rampage. 6-6608 :
man; Lighting Linda Bell, Selassie, whose titles include
Death came on March 8 in a advice. Glenn Bras i n gton'sspeech :
that of Lion of Judah "
chairman; Typists Judy Conquering -
modest rented white house in consisted of, "Vote for Hooker, chairman; Decorationsand keeps pet lions, cheetahsand the ONE place to call for
Miami Beach and because I want to be
North was me
pre :
Props Lindee Rowe, leopards in his imperial :
caused by a cerebral hemor- sident! He made it. Bishophas chairman: Stage Crew Vicki palace.

rhage. He was 74. already experienced the MONEYHire's

There was no funeral no problem of who should succeedthe High School "Dropouts"Lose I II I 4

flowers no mourners. president in case he should .

I His body was taken to the become disabled. We extendour mirntyrcu YOU CAN .: : j

University of Miami Medical best wishes to Glem for a 25 to 50 ner weekNew .
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School in accordance with Stewart's quick recovery at Alachua Gen- I- wt:; ItauI UP TO' : !
York N.Y (Special)-Recent This preparation can be completed SAVE
wish. eral Hospital. Government reports show as quickly as your spare 1 ;;
that persons without a High time permits. i
Hsrs'sagoldslspp&tUitYtIEetCkOUblIfast -
School Diploma earn $25-$50 less The State diploma issued when $250 /

WE BOUGHT BY THE TRUCKLOADSO per week than High School Grad you pass the High School Equiva- : tatef BeneficW fioldci Auksruqcekbrati.s.CaUupsrcoaeIafofthscuhYsi .... _
WE COULD OFFER THESE PRICESAn uates. A High School Diplomahas lecy Exams receives general .-' .. '

actually been estimated to be acceptance in business and Civil : watt MW tt clue BB lett-mr bffls or by filing *|
worth $250,000 during a person'slifetime. .Service as the equivalent of''a ;
Annual Operation regular 4 year High School Diploma. fir ay i td rtasM. Wa .lie to say "Ytr

I Income Tax File Cabinet Sale To help overcome the tremen- Men and women who for if :
These Prices good only thru March dous "Dropout" problem States lock a High School Diploma are your .
I from coast to coast now offer a being urged to follow the thousands BENEFICIALFINANCE 1 I

$4995 $3995 Special High School Equivalency I of "Dropouts" who hove
reduced from !
2 DRAWERS Diploma. This diploma is being already bettered themselves by SYSTEMLoans I HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
made available to the 62,000,000 getting a high school education.An .
$5995 to $4'995 adults who never finished High informative Home Study :
4 DRAWERS reduced from School. School Booklet is being offered UP to $600 on Furniture.Car or Note i -

The Board of Regents of the free of charge to serious minded Beneficial Finance Co.of Gainesville i BEFORE APRIL 1st
: State,of New York has charteredthe persons who need a High School .?
KIS R'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT Notional School of Home Diploma. Requests should be 301 N.MAIN ST.(Opp.Masonic Home)GAINESVILLEPhone ,

Study. This school now offers a !mailed to the National School of :376-2676 Ask for the YES MANager with J. Pierce Smith .j
: new location 604 North Main St. home study course that helps"DrOpouts" !Home Study, Dept. GS3, 34 CWI CVCWNGS Y ApolNTMwTN4oNg roe HOURS J

I FR 2-9607 prepare to pass the Peachtree N.W.. Rm. 701, Atlanta e''t9C.nJi EFIClA1.fI lAMa ca.
Equivalency Diploma Exams. Ga.


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.. dD i/OV HEAR Ir'jil.I OBNDR&WT5HE& MEANT i lJ. ;E5RcI S m\4\ 6TAi6tCll MAYBE WHEN I MEET :l

'. 'I i 1) ,1 SAID, '6000 tttt'6H ME"6000 l9i6'JNAYdt THOC6HT: SOMEONE( FROM THE TO LOOK THE OTHER (WAC) (..
I. w'-- What's your problem For a genera r) -f 5HE WA5 88N6 SARCASTiC_ SCHOOL BOARD&JAS USTEN1N&.

reply, write to Abby Box 3365 :x sjz
::: Measure CTI it
A '. Beverly Hills Calif., 90212. aid Wrong % r7n
.. include a self-addressed stamped en
velope. Abby answers all mail' r L1iiONE

t' Abigail Van Buren sN v 323WUZ.
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I *bEAR ABBY: I am a 17-year-old girl who has been going when he died of electric shock at his job. If people only knew CREEPY. NATuRAL'FGRANLIVIN SANG WlDGE I JUSTTHE )> HOfWBLEMONTHS

with a 19-y ear-old college sophomore since September.: He is how lucky they were to have each other! ARISTOCRAT 70 LIVE: COMIN' tJp > CLOCK, HERE? N LUXURY. ITS IN // MAIAAMf Ir30Tiwmmy9LOOD
only 5 ft. 4, and I am 5 ft. 3 in flats. My problem is that he HEARTBROKEN IN BATAVIA, N. y, OUR StDOD I !
:35as asked me to go to the Junior Senior Prom with him. I (3- u rr ,

t. -know I have gone out on dates with him to many other things, DEAR ABBY: My son has been married approximately six y ., i vl NGuI }
"But I don't want to be escorted to this important affair by a boy years, and so far all they have been able to raise are dogs. ::

who is so short. I'm afraid we will look like a couple of midgets They seem very satisfied, and there is never any mention of

"I' walking in. I don't know how to refuse him without hurt- their having children. They nave two Boston bulls at present

ing his feelings. Can you help me? and they treat them like babies. Should I ask my daughter- = !I
I WISH HE WERE TALLER in-law if that's the best she can do?

...DEAR WISH: Since you found this boy tall enough to dateon DISGUSTED MOTHERINLAWDEAR <

other occasions, there is no way to refuse his prom invitation Ile

\\ hurting his feelings. If his size bothers you, quit DISGUSTED: Ask your son. But don't be surprisedif I Ic ) I caw

dating him entirely, and let him find a girl who measures a he tells you he'll "do better" when he's doggone good and ... 3.23
I man from his eyebrows up! ready. - -


: -boy friend had a fight because they didn't know who should SALEM, N. C.: She'll probably deliver the baby before he JUGHAID FLING1N' Jr "'+! -, VE SQUAWLIN' AT

"hang}! up the telephone first. Maybe this will help. My boy delivers the ring. Send me your name and address and I'll '= PINE BURRS AT VEAQ'IN ABOUT? BESSIE JUNE

t. :friend and I count one-two-three, together, and then we both send you a list of homes for unwed mothers in your area. ? ul ri 1 = rkb
,hang up. N. L. --c cIIC i
DEAR ABBY: How true it is that kissing someone who I 1o
: :DEAR ABBY: Could you please give the names of some has no teeth is nothing. I am the one without teeth (occasionally 00

LONELY HEARTS CLUBS? I am sure there must be some ) and my husband tells me that kissing me when I do not J t iYEz

/If' ,good ones. have my dentures in is like drinking flat beer.

: are, they are like eggs.
I .Veu never know you\e got a bad one until it's too late. DEAR ABBY: What is your opinion of a man who comes :J

I *-* a into someone's home and sits the entire evening in the companyof I =

DEAR ABBY: The item in your column, "Confidential to men and women without removing his hat? Thank you.D. ) -
... Buffalo Bill: Do not resent growing old. Itis a privilege McC. '

tl .denied to many" hit me hard, Abby. I am 26-year-old widow DEAR D.: He has either no manners, no hair, or a new OKAY? ANYTHING YOU HEYH.SFI YE5SHE'S5o AND ARE 1K> J

k ,\flth two small children, 6 and 8. My husband was 27 years old hat. WE CANY SPARE LIZZ SAY ONLY TRACY.3 Yl soHOURS THE MOON AWAY IS SHE ME KISSED! HER NEW OVER NAPPY NAPPY! SHES

ar..o--.... Stars 10:45 O World of Numbers THIS GIRLYOU BROUGHT p'b.
( 9:30 O Hollywood and the !I and Forms NER HERE. YOU TAKE HER 1 slJ31r ,/COUPE. r

Stars. 11:00 O CD (Color) Concentration BACK.r i s s'S
O Andy Griffith I i I I c cQ :

ae 10:00 O O Sing Along-Songs; O Price Is Right I cu I

O What in the World? 11:30 O CD Missing Links <

I 10:30 D Pre-Fight Special I CJ Pete And Gladys I :; LC
11:00 O O News, Weather, O New Horizons

Sports 12:00 O CD Your First i -, .4
CD (Color) News, Impression I a7t sQ

Weather, Sports O Love Of Life I I

O High School Chemistry
11:25 Q Movie"Sullivan's I N
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I Travels - -- -- 9.
MONDAY EVENING 12:30 O CD Truth Or .
O Sing Hi, Sing Lo
(1041)} ) In order to make]
( :?5:3)>0 O Best of Groucho { CD Movie an authentic film about ConsequencesO 1 ,. > : YEA ITSURGENTTHAT LIEUTENANTTHI515REX MORGANYE5..BUT) WHATS MORE UWPORWNT...,
O Surfside Mystery: "The Court Martial of Search For Tomorro 15 IT TRUE THAT YOU FOUND' SIX A HOW DID HOW DID NERO KNOW? IT i+
I i poverty, a Hollywood director : FOLLOWING I SPEAK WITH THE ENVELOPES OF /VU
12:45 O Guiding Light KNOW IT WAS H E WHO TOLD ME!
5: 23 O Moments In
;; Sports- Billy Mitchell. I decides to exper- | CONVERSATION LIEUTENANT NOVK'g HEROIN IN 'T2 l 5 V DOCTOR
'_5:;30 O New scope Daytona, 7:15 O Friendly Giant ience it first hand. Joel O Visiting Spanish I 1 WITH NERO, At CROYDfN'5 1 i k
-*.... Beach : 7:30 O Movie Neighbors :ZCi REX MORGAN APARTMENT? 11 11i / .
McCrea Veronica Lake kALLSUEiJTENANT
-::5x5; D (Color) Local News, | (Color) Monday Night atj Robert Warwick. ;. 12:55 O CD News < .k
%' 1:00 O News
? Sports Weather the Movies: "The Rac-
11:30 O CD Johnny Carson O
"',:0&-- 0 News, Spts., Weather ; ers." (1955)) Bus driver TUESDAY O Midday s t
0 Sunshine Almanac Gino Borgesa crashes his CD Local News 1
f 6:00 Q Slimnastics
I MS O Local News I II homemade racing car to 1:05 CD Match Game
O Sunrise Semester _. 1r
'.6/30 Q CD NewsChetHuntleyDavid I avoid hitting a dog, and I 1:15 O Focus ,
6:15 Sunshine
Q Almanac '
I Brinkley ; the pet's grateful owner'.16:30 Q World CivilizationO O Elementary Spanish 1 tiYr 3-i s;TOd' ,
1I'.P. O News-Walter | stakes him to another car,I 1:30 O Science >< r
I Pastor's j t
..- Cronkite t and another chance. The a As The World Turns
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( 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac
!I'i shot CD Ernie Ford 4WHAT
racing scenes were on
'i O Operation Alphabet : 6:40 CD Living Words I ; :
w. 2:00
} European Grand Prix cir- O CD Let's Make A
,7:00 Q Zane Gre>-Western I I.a. 6:45: CD Hi, Neighbor
"The Hanging Tree." A cuits. 6:50 O Farm and Home Deal O password ,III{ I II l r ll''jli.C CO VVEU-.WHAT YOU KNOWABOUTTHAI" III Illy i

.'Ucattle. rancher unwittingly O What's New 7:00 O CD TodayO 2:25 O CD News ? HMM MThj
1/ hires two ranch hands who News. Weather roNTTELli
?? 8:00 O I've Got A Secret
O CD Doctors
,. wanted criminals. Iyr
f are 7:05: O Ranger Hal i
O High School
., O House 's
I .- Matt: Robert Ryan. Mar- 7:50 O News Party s .
\ tha: Cloris Leachman. Basketball 3:00 O CD Loretta Young jY
O Rawhide 8:30 O LucyComedy"Lucy :'I 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo O To Tell the Truth
I Goes into Politics"; 9:00 O Divorce Court >
Patricia Barry in "Inci- 3:25 O News y Lou.cs
dent of the Married Widow with Viv, in a generous attempt O Bachelor Father 3:30 O Edge Of Night

I L ," a rerun. In town to help Mr. Mooneyin CD Romper Room (color) 3:30 CD You Don't Say J

for supplies, Rowdy, Wish-i, his campaign for city 9:30:: CD Jack La Lanne 4:00 O Match Game .v 0T Y
bone and Mushy run into* comptroller. Viv: Vivian O People Are Funny O Secret Storm -ti

I a saloon hostess named' Vance. Mooney: Gale Gor 10:00 Q Say When (D Popeye's Pals

1 : T Abigail, who claims to be\ don. Major MacFarland: O News 4:25 e News i 2

Favor's widow. Favor : J. Pat O'Malley. Q Science Around YonD 4:30 O Burns And Allen 3 Z3IS

:.: Eric Fleming. Rowdy: '. O Sir Kenneth Clark ( Waldo Norris (Color) O Woody Woodpecker
;. Clint Eastwood Wishbone: 9:00 O Danny Thomas 110:25 O CD News CD Movie\
Paul Brinegar Mushy !I O U. of Fla. Swim Meet 110:30 O CD Word For Word "The Girl From Jones NO-.I! THINK THIS THAT CAUSE OF COURSE NOT!--THE.
James Murdock. CD Hollywood and the) O I Love "

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,......."WASHINGTON -The Internal income taxes. The IRS will pay:of informers said that people Being a tax informer does
Revenue Service doesn't like to up to 10 per cent of the money!tend to turn in tax dodgers more .have its hazards. For one thing

talk about it, but it still encoorages to collect through an informer.:for revenge than for monetary the IRS usually checks out the AtaY I3 uxeTAT1
CCtGLti9'ON, eeL.CAWOtf A' I DICN'r' h DAD Tl4i2E = r
people to inform on A spokesman at the IRS in rewards. Rejected sweethearts, return of the informer before I HAv; NoM Paz WOMAN K HE'P ST WHE 4 -A' MES.YEERWox'T ONE THINS WHICH WcZ 'J5'L
those.who are cheating on their charge of the care and feeding embittered wives, and heart- they check into the person that $.YEER, M.gE Z'5AY L'NC"cz EMOTIONAL- I ASKED N W5rZAN ;;YEN TE1ME waI.a: PeZSl'APEZZ. .THE casr
2 :K 5 K KAat.Y m A P2, FESS AFTER ) Z 5HE Too IiADH95EAXCS W4ERE J4i:4 & bZl I'S...JWA/13 5TA27
PAGE RICER broken secretaries are among I}has been informed upon. Last,Z S 'riE WAY 5o': A'.1vAR- yEAal tie r BEENFJfJticC : ESED g.zII CA',1FA hK

I ::1l' lI I : I ', i FEL011 I ROt1ER the main sources of information -!year an informer from New 10 rltaiz t BYF.X. MVA'.c' A'i0 A.Fsr rxaE ...
,. ACIDS SEDATEACROSS for taxswindling cases. And:i York state complained to Sen. .... J ... a _ E 'a:yf
31 Fflromery; TAN USED M I I many a man has lived to regret Keating that he hadn't been paid IZ, 3 AFRICA -- : I -s sS : k

1.Haunches colloq S t1 E ERE R. P E. R N the tax secrets he whispered for turning in a tax dodger. 1

: ;L J'mduluD1 32.Opposition* W A l.. E S into his loved one's ear. I When Sen. Keating checked into,,1 4 1''I
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::--1I'dght 1st -LRT It s_ Relatives also happen to make.the case he discovered that the' : I rt
:: Algongnkt S3.Maintain worthy informers. The 1 rE
S T R A L spokesman informer hadn't filed his own

.. Indian able GAS. L AMP E. M E said somewhat regretfully, tax return for three 'ears. r 1 :
22.sauce:.herring 35. Dominion. E T U D E tV1E S "I have seen mothers turn in Unfortunately, the rewards; > n 1I' / JFIt

r 12.Wish 38.37.bist Cora L E Mort 5 I S' G Ii 3 sons, daughters turn in fathers, paid by the Internal Revenue

.undone 40.Thin pike S -T A E H A H D and brothers turn in brothers." Service are taxable as regular'E-4 .
crispcracker f YY 1
2J: admus' If a son turns in a mother I income. Not long ago an informer -, en. -
Daughter Temporary, (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle) it's known as matritaxcide andif who was paid $69,000 for put

.4t:- Cruz cover49.Paciac 55. Kind of 7.Broom an offspring turns in a father; ting the finger on a tax dodger iYV h, ?'O tP tom' T00IF
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SUS L4 D A C :
t l 5': Separate gypsumDOWN 8.Title it's called patritaxcide. It goes demanded a spread of the money Le ;,L'5 OtiovtrtFl
17;Surplus Island 9.Insect without saying that in-laws! are over a three-year period. TheIRS
t ,J.tp.lalc! bird 50.Coniferous 10.Lettuce always trying to help the Inter- refused to pay it to him 'r fAA'i;+2
':O.Astronaut' L Possess: aifr) 70 CRY 3
16.Tie end nal Revenue Service, as a patri- that way, so he took the case
_: >ord St.S. Zealand 2.Holly I hJM
18. otic
-Andent 3.Saueyi.Ckarrtr Century duty.Bookkeepers. to court. The judge ruled in
Tine "
--'Asiatic coon. 52.So belt 23.21.Crumb flatfish former friends,I favor of the IRS, so the poor < ( +

T i, 53.Swamp 5.ItaL >!Dl4.Sicl: and ex-partners are another fellow had to take the mone y ,.,
j S 6)Cu m 5 4.Corded mune 25. Drink source of information for the all at once. r 12J2544cs4 ;z

gate cloth 6.Evict 2 6.Equivalence tax people, but they're not the The IRS also refuses to pay

?i,Unit only ones. i out a reward to an informer .
t? Z 3 'f s' 1 101 (. 28. rt 3 .3 .
Depot: Many tips come from jealous unless it collects the mone yr.1

H. it 13 abbr. people who claim their neighbors from the tax dodger. And it t r
.29.Masonic.: >V1
are living above their isn't enough to finger someone.
doorkeeper 5
rt 15It
r 30. Bird's hll means. A new mink coat is like You have to produce evidencethat -

Il 18 "l./: U ./ Unused a red flag to a neighboring i I is not available to the revenue ...
,... rho ///) 36. Cheekbone housewife, and if some poor oaf people.But U_A'AID ; POE5MTREJAEM&ER :TWE KI WA51lEiE- H.Ias DON'T THIUK
I I Be REAL 501AfTH, -4.TAU.Y
'If. "' 1'/ "//. ZI ::"', Zt 25. 2f es 39.' Roue. buys a Lincoln Continental the I tax informing has its ad- A FTEK 1 HAPPY ABOUT SUINg OUR ) WHICH .'SHE owiy \KNOW WHAT PJPKTnocnKS. SHE USA FATHER KIt1.Efl: HER
Abroad IRS is bound to hear about it. vantages. You can make your MSmNo f PAU6HTEJ.sou..aUT' \OJM'H / WORRIES KEMEMSEK5 LJ TAKING U HAP PONE:
ltl 11 ft 19 30 JJ L'SA! | LOOK: DEPRE55ED
..w.: to-t V (2.Notoriety "Of course a lot of the tips, own hours and even do it i in pt AT THE MEHcR5f TH) 6UN OUT Of HER
43.Adds to a HAND:
.{.. JJ 34 44.Separation the spokesman said "are basedon your spare time. You can avengea NO',1'1TALate ,
,, envy, but occasionally we wrong and help the government -
'S 3 37 DRIVES
-.. Vh.Remote find someone who has been at the same time. II f CKWEU

;.. : /; v/:.. 3 >> W 40 41 If t 43 44 1-16.Content monkeying around." you're lucky, you can even send NIiM '! ?' 1 tZ. 2, ,
: :/h r/.h / v."b.s It is interesting to note that the person you don't like tc] l '. iI
... of" 47 4* 0 49 17. Seabird when -a neighbor turns in a ::::: sh

.... r.o- 31 %'I sz 48.One of he neighbor, he rarely demands jaiLAs for tax dodgers, we have I r' .1

Caroline any money. The satisfaction ol f only one word of advice. "Pro Y ,

i 51 Sf 55 Islaadsarlose23toiu seeing someone get caughl t: mire her anything, but don'l

,"n. seems to be enough of a rewardfor I tell her where you plan to gel #x :

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55 Homes for Sol. -
12. Mole ,Help W..... 35 Houses for Sal I.

FOR $450 down. $91.27 per
: .' man wanted. Good physical -
::', WANT-AD RATES month payments. you can qualify BY OWNER 3 BR screened porch
condition 21
to 35. Married; !, for 4 BR 2 bath home 1804
Printed Pattern carport Ig. shaded comer lot.
must be bondable. ,High school
Will Inside
.. .1 NW 38th Terr. paint
$10,250 $69 per mo. J001 NW
education preferred. Apply 204 '
< outside For .
"' PH. 372-8441 ... completely. appt.to 24th Ave. FR 2-7882. '
... ':' SW 5th St. see call 372-0481. .

SALESMAN for sales and service. CORNER LOT near'''scnools, 3
Things Married man preferred. Salary forClassified FOR Sale or tied,. New 4 BR. bedroom 2 bath, central heat
and commission- Apply Manager. home located In Westmoreland family room. *M N.B 10th Ave.
Estates. On city sewers pavedSt REASONABLE RICE.I: bedrooms
J".r Singer Company Ave. 216 West University -, OnlyDEADLINES 2 Ig. bath Rms. to. family ; large screen porch. fireplace

Rm. 4. living Rnw dining\ area. lj'S $350 down and $64.69. per
ROUTE SALESMAN. experienced; Central heat, built-in kitchen InclUding month.
cigar and candy preferred established GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards SMALL FAMILY HOME COIVSn.lent

I ,," .....; 5 : :-:-'. route; Gainesville or walk to schools close to location central..... 2 bedroom
;: Palatka area. Cash bond required. Tues. thru FrL papers-S p.m.. Day before publication U of F & medical center FHA payments $47 per month.
FrF DialCLASSIFIED Must live In territory work- For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 am. Sat. $22,700. Down payment $1.700. -
ed. Apply Lewis Candy 4. Tobacco For ads to go to Men. paper-I pjn. Sat. Immediate occupancy. Drive .by ALACHUA REALTY
.' '- Co. 314 W' South St., Or- 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler

lando. Fla. (Minimum ad 4 lines) Brothers. 372-9545 dally. 3769048night. ASSOCIATESMember
"!. Multiple Listing
WHITE 16 to 18 to make public 3 ftR. 2V baths. 15x35 tam" Mabel U Gore. AuoeWe

I ; survey, no experience necessary. 1 Insertion ......................-.......................... s.: line room. 19.central living heat rm.aV air enclosed condo 435 M.E. 1st St. Phone 376.1441
Must have neat lIne garage
appearance. $1.25 Insertions **?
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per hour to start. Apply Hotel 17c 'line Lot beautifully landscaped. 3468 CHECK
4 Insertions
NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4518 for
Thomas ask for Mr. McCormick. Me line
12 Insertions -
,0 between 3:30 and 5:00 PJM. Mon- Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat. earn. appointment._ THESEEXCELLENT
ed x number of Insertions. 4 BEDROOMS. 2 baths central 34

APPRENTICE for photography heat. located In NE section. Also : LOCATIONS:
laboratory. Mlmlmum salary to have pool privileges. 376-1835.

train.381Gainesville Write letter applicationBox Sun. I Five letter words per line IF you plan to build and would $ 3659 N.W. Uth AVE.**

like a custom built home by experienced ; NEW 4-2 V* A. lot, $23.000
CAREER OPPORTUNITYIF builders that have t 3669 N.W. 16ttl AVE.

you are presently employed In Same as 2 lines the time to discuss plans with 4 NEW 3-1 W A. lot $2X500
the debit Insurance business as 8 Pt. ordinary type you. call 372-2527 ask for Gene 3525 N.W. 7th PLACE
an agent or supervisor and you Paramore. We have availableour 3-2 Ocala Btk. $19,100
are not satisfied with your opportunity 1 7 Pt. Sam as 3 lines 80 plans to choose from. 8,8uit 4147 N.W. 36th St-----
376-4672 to advance and make ordinary type Complete financing can be explained 3-2 Vi A. lot Sit.750
money while doing so you should to you right In your own 2141 ".W. 49th TERR
Investigate this ad. Same II 4 lines* home. For appointment call. 3-2 V* A. lot $11,800 .
1 8 rt.ordinary type THE JAMES CO. 407 N.W. 19th AVE.
You If you have a successful record I 3-2 Unique $17.500
with end Of Gainesville Inc.
present company. your TO
personal character and reputation Builders of Klngsberry Homes
will stand rigid Investigation Ph. 372-2527. Bites 372-7401..
you will be given an 24 D4 Same q 5 lines UNIVERSITYREALTY
unlimited opportunity to make I L. ordinary type GLADYS SMITH

money and advance with one of

"'. Florida's most progressive combination Newberry Road Quality home '
Life Insurance Co. Call complete In detaiL Excel-
"' e"tMri\ The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more then one every lot with
Mr. Matthew. tent CMuftrocttort. V. r?
1113 N. Main St. Ph.373-1351
Incorrect insertion, will It be In rtvertisement I
nor for error
liable any
Interview. Three
Men. or Tues. for personal many trees and snruo*
II W. Hi. Munroe, Broker
) In confidence or write \ to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied bedrooms two tile baths. Extra I Assoc: S. E. McLaughnn Frank
by the Item to the advertisement. No adlustment will
P.O. Box 219. Gainesville. large Florida Room. Carpeted
Roby Roy McCann T. C. Doug
be made on errors that do not effect the value
materially ofthe
living room with fireplace. Complete las .
Jr. ,
MAN 21 years or over to work advertisement.The built-in kitchen. Hardwood 11

\ with our manager In the area. floors. 2W well. The Owner has tS% C I Neat and Clean-Dial 2-2511: to see
of .Central Florida. Car requlred. reduced the price and wants to I t1IX -' this :3 bedroom home in beautiful -
Out Monday A. M. to Fri Gainesville Sun reserves the privileGe of revising or re SELL. Call 372-5393 tor an appointment Idylwlld on large lot with
day P. M. each week. $105.09 fecting any advertisement which It deems objections and to to see this fine bargain fenced back yard. Located between
4 Personalized Service per week salary with added change the classification of any advertisement from that ordered In a home. 9082 University and new Country
weekly Incentive pay. Permanent F.- to conform to the policy of the paper. Club. Hardwood floors with
Write Mr. H.
position. Black: Acres: Contemporary home 14244In some carpeting. florIda room,
McCuila. P. O. Box 18171 Tarn- last. Excellent In all de separate
built workshop and storage
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention In letter
Florida. Include a
pa. to heat and cool. Priced
tails. Easy room. at 14000.
to nervous or elderly. complete name address. telephone _IIIIIIIIII"- HI! I M11U
with fireplaceand T
Easy Way Driving School. FR number. and age and Large living area Extra
secluded Special. To U
overlooking a gar- see to believe
2-7002. Lie by State of Fie. would be available to 30'PETS & SUPPLIESFOR
date you 35 Houses for Sale with
(with ) and den. BeautIful 1 kitchen For sunshine days, choose this that this modern home exists In
start training pay
IN GAINESVILLE. Ifs breakfast room. Three extra our community. Cta* to University -
Interview will scooped style with a soft. Inverted
GDI'S PHARMACY work H accepted.with In thene.r sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 large bedrooms two tile baths. pleat skirt. Turn It Into a suit and outside .city limits."
No Longer 114 Central Plaza be arranged you and female $50 for both. Call bath Central heat. central air Good financing either conventional simply by adding the demHIt Designed and built for the fun
(next to Wlnn-Dlxle) future. FR 44539HEALTHY condo Northwest. 19000. Call or FHA. Let us show you lacket. loving family wtn'enclosed! pool
For prescriptions & cosmetics ROUTE salesman for estaWlsh- 376-2927. this modem home today. Phone Printed Pattern Sizes and outdoor grtIL Dtapes carpeting .
9082 Half
ed route. No experience. Will puppies. Collie. Beagle., 372-5393 for an appointment. : and bar stools/ Included.
i I.D.L. DRUGSTORE train. Familiar with Ocala & Basenll mixtures $12 each. NO qualifying. FHA financing. 4 14116'A, ISVi, 20w. 22V*. 27*. Excellent financing available.
BR, 2 baths. low down Size 16V* dress requires S yards
surroundings. Salary 81 comm. Call FR 2-1987. pay. GLADYS SMITH REALTOR
<6< SPECIAL NOTICES Apply at 1319 S. Main St. 5:00P. ment. 3009 NE 12th St. 3724590. MULTIPLE LISTINGASSOCIATES 35-Inch. Dial FR 2-2511 to see this 3 bed
M. to 1:00 P.M. FOUR lovely young cats need good room. 2 bath home In desirableN.E.
SACRIFICE equity In like home, one calico. Tel. FR 2.11& : FIFTY CENTS In coins for this location on extra large lot.
SHIPPING & RE- Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon 15 cents for each
DEtiVERY after 5 p.m. $250 DOWN pattern-add Included are built-in and
1964 model
automatic Zig Florence Burns
CEIVING: Old established firm Caroline Noyes pattern for first-class mailingand
2 BR frame house located oyen dishwasher. disposal and
Zag sewing machine In Console wants man to train In wholesale FOR sale purebred Beagle pups".nd NW 12th Terr. $55 month. 1228 W. University_372-5393 special handling. Send to 2 room air conditioner. FH'
cabinet. Does everything. Reasonfor electronic supply with future cross-bred. Cheap price. spacious Marian Martin Gainesville Sun financed and
selling leaving town April distributor James Kennel. Phone 4734958 FOR 232 West St., J2.Go.
In s With largest Pattern Dept., 18th
1st. Assume payments. $6.25 per to es.lt field I in the, South. Keystone Heights. NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm.Estates. New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly -
month. Balance $63. Phone 376- Must be bondable. age 21 to $500 down. $65 month, located on to school. Littlewood NAME ADDRESS with ZONE, DAN EC&DASSOCIATES
2351. after 4:30 pm.FOR 35 and have driver's license. Apply SEALPOINT Siamese kittens. I SE 45th Terr. $24400. Reasonable down pay- SIZE and STYLE NUMBER.
1012 S. Main St. weeks old $20 _.. Phone 374 m nt. no NW 37 ttI Terr. Phone (

SALE 3T x0'' pool ID"Schwefn 9t>33. Cal) FR 2-2378 or FR 3-533 7'1.sm.__ Your fret pattern It ready

wtlHt.metal glrrs bicycle ilkte. 10 training m/fes( 13-Help MJ). or Fen.je> 33 LOTS FOR SALE 3 BR. 1 bath, 3.Wodts Little- FOR home sa\e furnished.or iwrt t Out*.\rt\t\of)\ t\ln\this -In
out on fAllhopper Rd. Julie Zhn- wood Khool. Stove rttrtg. carpet beauty. Accessto Catalog lust out Dresses. Usectatea
$500 down $95 world for Wilier Sfoddard. E. E. Hollow.
merman. mo. No
100 x00 'LOT trees_ ready to Santa Fe lake. A heart'ssire d9' sportswear, coats morel Send
Need Exp. secretaries salary open closing cost. $12,800 total. FR Christine Stone
DRIVER wanted to drive couple to Cashler-nostMs. attractive build, NW sect. on paved St. in 2-6060. 528 NW :34th Terr. for living. G. P. RIppey, 50 cents now. FR 2-2511 825 N.W. 13th Street

I Chicago or Minneapolis April tit. White housekeeper, $25 wk. city limits. Restricted. Reason Melrose Fla. Ph 475-5571. Member Multiple LiltingFORDYCE
Wm. Well FR 2-7440. 1216 SW Bookkeeper salary open able. Phone FR 2-0982 before S 1 BR. CCB house paved St. built- WESTMORELANDESTATE
2nd Ave.. Apt. 29. Exp. Waltrev salary *, comm. A-M.-or after 5 P.M._ 'in oven. nice nelghborn o 0 d. CHOICE 35 Houses for Sole
$500 down 8> $80 mo. 1621
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly Exp. trainee. .hi .schl. flrad. FOR SALE 1 acre land Rainbow SE 25th Ave. FR 2-1901. FOR sale by owner. reflnancable OVER MOO Ft. plus carport andporch.
Dex-A-Det! ). New name. same trainee. hi schl. grad. Lakes Estates, selling for 4 BR. :3/Ievel 2000 sq. ft. plus :3 BR. and study.V*
f Off. $2,495. Will sell for $2.000 cashor SALE: Neat clean 2 BR frame double garage central heat & air.
only Me. Canova's Drug Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. home in the bath. attic fan. built In drawers. A SMALL POND
Store. 37 N. Main St. Auto salesman. ExPo $900 and take over p a y. lot. $60 Mlcanopy.down $60 Large wooded conditioning. You must see call vanity and storage galore 80xI40. > affords the perfect view for this
ments Phone monthly. For appointment
372-4645. extras.
to Short order grill man Call evenings 376-3485. : Convenient to Mefcalf charming 3 bedroom' home In
DUE divorce I have
a like Insurance trainee $100 wk. FR 2-1300.__ Bishop Parochial Schools. sag the northwest section of Gaines
new 1964 model Zlg Z.,., Auto- Route salesman. Levy Co. 34 Waterfront Property N. E. SECTION. For sale by own- BY OWNER. 3-bedroom. 2-bath Mo. V.A. 4% percent. FR 4-2775. ville. Large living room with
matic sewing machine: that CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. er. 2 bedroom, large paneled home at 1605 SE 28th Place. fireplace spacious fcUchen formal -
does everything. We would like 120 SE 1st Ave. Florida room, bullt-lns In bedrooms Fenced In back yard. Central dining room Florida I
some one to take up payments Phone 3744234 LAKE LOTS FOR SALE and dining room. Large heat. Available April 25. $300 DUPLEX room and studio. Do plan to see

-_of 6.00 per me. Pf'I,. 372-205l. MAN or woman for part-time landscaped lot. 2 air condition down. no closing cost. $82 per this home by consulting
collection work. Must have 30 minutes from Gainesville. era. FHA $13,000. $400 down 3724527. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.INS..
8 Bi:'y Sitt.,.. Child Cars credit experience. Apply In per- Pall Uti Road. Clear sand bottom S75 per month. For appointmentcall mo. Phone 2 story duplex NEAR THE UNIVERSITY 376-1236.
son. J. M. Fields Credit Dept. lake. Good beach front FR 2-8629 1515 N. E. 6th ACROSS from Univ. Hospital on on comer lot. 2 bedrooms -
moss covered trees. Terrace. S.W, 13th St. split level 3-2. to each apartment. KItchen 22ncJ STREETN.W.
TINY TOT equipment Included. ONLY
Wanted HOUSES FOR SALE Lv. Rm.. On. Rmden with 2 $2400 DOWNI ., 4 BEDROOM 2,bath home
14 Sales Help : 3-BR 2- level
bath on lower
Call &
I PLAY SCHOOL WALTER STUBBS. INC. Bath central heat with fire bedrooms located In the J. J. Finley
376-5394 place. NW 47th Terrace. Price which can be rented. WESTWOODLovety 3 bedroom School area Interesting kitchen
Visit us and see' for yourserf. FULLER BRUSH dealership aver. $15,900. KITTIE FEIBER with fam 'separate dining room. pan
_24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. age $100 weekly. Phone 372-7117. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR Wilbur Bishop. Realtor' FR 6-5011 tybe room enrrrarome: system eled living room and den all
Or Use Reg. Broker. specallzing to 1-bath SE 46th Terr. $9,300. Nights. weekends FR 4-7108_ built-in oven and range. centrally heated*and air conditioned.
PLANNED program awaits your MAN wanted to supply Rawlelgh LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. Payments $65 per mo. 3 utility room carport and spa. Consult FORDYCE 8b ASSOCIATES -
pre-school youngster at JACK Products to consumers In W. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose 2-BR i-fcath. SE 46th Terr. S&500. 113 NW 25th St. Near campus.$450 clous comer lot. NO QUALIFY.ING INC., 376-1234.
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. Alachua Co. or part Gaines GR 22981.OEAUTIFUL. $45 per me. BR den. central heat. N E C E SSARYI OWNER
Music programs educational ville. Good time to start. No And also some trade-to Houses. down. $80 mOo to FHA qualified WANTS AN OFFERI YOUNG EXECUTIVESwill
film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrL capital required. Write R. w- lot on the Suwannee Call FR 4.7466. Buyer. 3727169.ANGLEW000 ,
appreciate thevalue In
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. leigh FAC320415. Memphis, River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- $300 DOWN AND $85. PER MONTHwill
BR.2bath. lovely home. Center
Tenn. 4160. NEED SPACE? 3 bedroom home, owner :3 hallwayand
CHILD CARE $8 $800 down. buy this attractive 3 bedroom a beautiful plan accentuates
per week. Babysitting plenty of storage quiet neigh Price $ 7,800. with
home tile
40c an hour. CLEARED fenced 90x200 lot borhood. 2626 NW masonry this. delightful home. Living
Anytime. on 2nd Ave. Call 3722727.
Female bath. oak floors utility -
Wanted carport.
16-Work room fireplace, light and
Phone 3727601.' clear, sand bottom lake 25 Ph. FR 2-0992.
miles from town. $1,000 cash. room and fenced backyard. airy Florida room large bedrooms
WILL BABYSIT In my home any. EXPERIENCED Medical Technician __Phone 376-2342. NO RED TAPEf JUST MAKE end excellent forage are
time any age child. Phone desires position with private STORY FRED DOWN PAYMENT AND MOVE only some of the many features.
I _376-8147. 1409 N.E. 8th Ave. practicing doctor or laoo- LAKE WINNOTT 2 Bedrooms full RIGHT INI Consult FORDYCE 4t ASSOCIATES .
t mod. bath. year-round cottagefor INC., 376-1234.
t DAY care for children In my home. ratory. Phone 4-2741. sale or lease by owner. RED BRICK
NW section. .All day or day. Terms. GR 5-2262. Melrose. ARNOLD JOHN REDWOOD

J Big yard playground equipment. 17 Work Wanted Male shutters and a modem touch.
__ FR 2-9741. FORDYCETHIS Flr.place-strllt oak floors-
2 bedroom home with 144' very large kitchen with built MERRILL $135.00 per month Including taxes -
WORTHINGTON BROOKER BOY wants lob after school. 15 lake frontage Is the only one of In appliances, rear screened REALTORECONOMY and Insurance wlU purchase
ALACHUABABY.slttlng years of age. If Interested please Its kind. Spacious kitchen dinIng porch can be converted IntoFla. REALTOR this brick home after a low down
In private home. call FR 2-7874.. room combination. Florida room--rear patio for privacy payment. Built-in oven and surface
with fenced back yard. Loving LISTING unit In kitchen and many
room attractive living room 3 very large bedrooms 2 MULTIPLE
care. Reasonable rates 462- all centrally heated and air con baths. Floored upstairs end Phone 372-1494 extra features.
1577 location. LaCross. Fla. 1 a Schools & Instructions ditloned. Consult. ready to convert into 4th and 1 bath concrete ASSOCIATESMARCELLA

COMPETENT mother will care FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC 5th bedroom or play room as 2 block bedrooms home with large screened PARDIW.
376-1236 -
for children. Days or after Northwest location. $1.000
1 Lesson Free LIKE OLD and porch.
school. Reasonable. In my st yard landseap-: down and $65 per month. Full

-home.. 909 S. -E. 1st Ave. FR 44481. Harvey's Real Estate 35 Houses for Sal. did Ing. not Frankly make we a wonder mistake If when FHA price $9,000.HARD. INTERESTED In a REAL buy? See INC.

LICENSE COURSE they valued this property at only 2227 NW *th Place- ;3 BR 2 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS

Sell Fast WILL keep pre-school child In HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE NEw 3 bedroom. CCB, $8,95 $17400. with lust $1,000, down TO FIND baths, Ig. playroom. separate MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS
home for Ave. FR dining room. double enclosed Grace S. Fordyce Mary Moeiler
my working mother. 218 W. Univ. 4-3507. $450 down. $45 month. Phone Including closing costs. You
__9JO N. E. 13th St. Ph. 376818.Employment 372-3727. Day 495-2441. Night FR 4-4311. may drive past 636 NE 10th Split level with only $450 down garage built-in kitchen carpet E. W. Moeiler Harvey Benton
I Ave. for an Idea of the value, and 893J2 a month payment. Includes 4t drapery Included. wooded 924 West University Avenue
A HOME for Florida. Lg. open then call FR 4-2472 for an appointment dishwasher and disposal. lot. $23,900., Financing can be 376-1234
Opportunity living area with walnut paneling to see Inside (It looks Three bedrooms and two baths arranged.

with : built-in planters 24 ft. even better). and an easy walk to schooLQUALITY
Airlines are hlringl 1U60 new sliding glass doors opening' onto Warner W. Weseman-Realtor McKINNEY PARRISHPRESENTS
II FEMALE HELP WANTED employees In last three years. enclosed covered patio. 3 BR 1113 N. Main St.
Thousands more will be needed 2 baths central alrcondltlootog GREEN
In demand Men and Womenfor and heating eat-in kitchen 3 BEDROOM block house for sale..
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS Station Agents. Ticket with built-in stove dishwasher 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry DEATON
Agents Hostesses. Reservation and take payments. Cell FR home with screened porch and
and disposal. Close to schools.S22XXX up
Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating licatlonlsts. Passenger terrace. Excellent. neighborhood.Large .
). 922 NW 36th Terrace. ..
Personto famous Studio Girt built-in kitchen central
Agents. Key Punch Operators -
Week days after 5. FR 6-4945. 64930.NEW
\ Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. etc. If you are 17 to 35 high HOMES neat. Situated on attractive land. WESTWOOD AREA 'Outstand
Phone 376-4334 after 6. school graduate: (or senior). get 3 BEDROOM home. air conditioned seeped: lot en paved street. ing contemporary 4 bedroom

WOMAN to care for 2 children In facts on our short trainIng pro- wall to wall, carpeting ,Priced from $12,700 to $ 1,000 "',000. Large Modern HomeThis home. Carpeted living room, modern

} child's home 5 days wk. $ gram and placement service. No throughout the home. Draperies. NO MONEY DOWN VA :3 B.R. 2 bath HOME has kitchen. Solar designed for
Ph. 372-3711. obligation. Send your name. Situated on large wooded lot. pay only $100 closing ELEGANCE more than 1,900 sq. ft. of floor summer and winter com/ort. Central
tot 'Sale price $14,850. $1,000 down. Best terms FHA heating and air conditioning,
.Iegr ::: space In main part of house -
t WANTED responsible maid for ':ilndT"s Atlantic call 376-1168. Weekdays after Ip.m. Free lifetime Swim Club Mem wan to wall carpeting In large Central heat Oak strip floors of course. .*
permanent lob. child care. and School. Box J7SV*..' CoO Anytime on weekends. bership. Walk to Schools. living and during rooms. Efficient Double carport Price $24.50 .
I general house work. Hrs. 11 ..m. Gainesville Sun. HUGH EDWARDS kitchen with stainless. steel sinks Good financing Call FR 2- LITTLEWOOD AREA Modem
to 7 p.m. 4 days weekly. 9 '.m. EARN HAZEL HEIGHTSSee dishwasher, bullt-to range and 3417. 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry homes
i to noon. 2 days. References and LEARN speedwrlt- INC. even. Beautiful wooded tot. Under tip top conditlcnprlcad under
transportation required. Call Secretarial courses. our 4-bedroom and 2-bed- $40,000. $15,000. I Immediate possession: ,
Classes now
FR 57470.SECRETARY. Ing. shorthand. room 2-bath CCB homes with Investors DuplexLooking "', .
too. r
PersonWANT forming. Howell's Business College built-in electric stove and oven. N.E. 16th Av. & 15th Street

\ wanted. evperlen ,_218_W._Univ._Ave.__ Central heat city utilities. 372.1551 for a property with an
ced In using IBM typewriter Wired for television and telephone ARNOLDREALTY Income? Let us show you thjs FINLEY .- bedroom 3Vt
I equipment. Must be able to 22 Special Services Large yards completely 3 BEDROOM house for sale. Home duplex In excellent residentialarea bath masonry home on nice
\ use shorthand efficiently. Ex. grassed. Hazel Heights .Is In at all times. Near grammar with an Income potentialof quiet dead-end street. Two air
perience absolutely necessary. the city limits. Equipped with high school and shopping center. COMPANYMultiple $140.M per month. Located lust conditioning untts.--Very modem
Write box 376-" Gainesville Sun. "LIKE NEW Than what you'll sewer lines close to bus stop. FR 2-5122. 613 N.W. 12th Ave. Listing Member :3 blocks from new Federal BuildIng kitchen.
; say about: clothes cleaned at low down payment conventional 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 and downtown Gainesville.We ---
1 LADY to make door to door AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 loans. Located on North FOR Sale by owner 2 BR.. bath Associates: Pete Slag have another duplex In Northwest FINLEY AREA tovely 3 bedroom
survey In Gainesville. Must be hr. service; free pickup and west 39th Ave.. West of 13th concrete block home on Ig Jane Caldwell Wayne Muon with monthly Income of $175. 2 bath centrally heated
neat and have pleasant personal delivery AIR-WAY costs lessj50 St. Shown by appointment, corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge One apartment .Is furnished and Wand air condltionse'.Heme on one
ity. Call FR 2-1447 Tuesday 11 ? S.E. 14th St. FR 5-5165. phone FR 2-3824. 55th Terr. FR 4-2179. Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman building .Is In excellent condttleri. of the nicest. tots" tn Florida
to 12 A. A. Both are low priced with substantial Park.

financing available to .,.n- .
26 Firm Equipment
EARN up to $50 a week. Full er .
Call 372-3417.
part-time. No soliciting or collect. fled buyer.. NEW WESTSIDBresidential

ADS Ing 1968. car neccessary. Call FR 5. TANDEM Ford disc harrow $12Jj FUN Must Sell subdivision tots paved soon street opening., outside Acre city

Reversible blade for 3 Point limits. May we .tett you more
CLERK for seafood market. $40 hitch $65. Ford bedding discs This specious home) must be bout this. restricted area.
I week 422 NW 8th Ave. !2s, cut-off saw $35 FR 6-4A50_ aold. 4 B.R. S baths a Urge pan-
elled Fla. room. Living room and
WANTED housekeeper for elderly 27 Feed & Fertiliser TSG Dining room -, X flreoiaces proximately RANCHETTH 19 homes acreseach.}}** too. Ap-Located
couple $15 per week' and room Screened tile porch. This home Just
a. board. Waldo 468-1752. Mr. ] wDI suit you If you have a large on HewWrxItoaL
Blrt. Box 4. Hampton. Fla. DRY: FERTILIZER woo per family end need lots of room $500 down I yarson; balance.
Located In the preferred Northwest -
$1.25 bag. Phone 3765555 -
yard. per
WANTED woman to do general I within 2 blocks of J.
housework cook and drive car. j. Finley school. Will consider M. M
2943 NW 6th St. ;;
T 28 Livestock & Supplies > reasonable offer. Owner leaving ,

WAITRESS. experienced. all shifts, NORTHCENTRAL; town. It would Call pay 372.3417.ASSOCIATES you. to Investigate -
opening new Steak Room. Apply PARRfSH
University Inn In person. CHESTNUT mare medIum. spirited

RECEPTIONIST for dental office riding horse. good with cat. BOATS. 6 MOTORS J. Fred Guy Virginia Por ASSOCIATED

LINES with some dental assistance. tie.old $200.needs Chestnut more training gelding 2$180.yr. BOATS A MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION CoL J. W.Jayne Davis Butterworth H. J. Wlltsh f MEMBER AND MULTIPLE !LISTING INC

Prefer someone with bookkeepingand Or. will exchange for gentle riding WHO WOULD LIKE THE 70th Multiple Listing H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham
clerical knowledge. & wnwIng horse suitable for children Hunter Fiberglass Fishing Coat IS Aluminum Lone Star Commander TRANSISTOR RADIOS Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrtsh
to work. Write Box 377-A. See after 6 P.M. or anytime Introduced by Frank Phllpottf Boat. Combined wIth aBarrenttoe From 112.95 to $89.95.AMFM a AND 4 Bedroom homes. On 19 NE First St. Tel.372-5375
Gainesville Sun.
C/o giving quail.fications. weekends. Ph. FR 24047 Trailer and II H.P. SIIortWtve Acre lots. Go out NW I4tn Avenue

age fc marital status. 14 Hunter Beat ,..........$29100 (Used) Johnson outboard motor. Black's AVf4A to 43rd St. Intersection turn
BEAUTY IS YOUR BUSINESS. REGISTERED three year old 14' Murray Tilt Trailer .. $142.95 (Fully guaranteed). Take It 229 W. Univ. we.10.-_ -...*.. right go approximately 1 mile YOUNGAMERICA
To"DAYS Immediate opening for mature Hereford bulL Good breeding. '43 Evinrude 18 HP motor $32500 price. $699.BAIRLVS. see sigft on left.

woman to service excellent rural Reasonable Phone FR 4-3371. Total Retail Ust ...... $742.95 24" GRILLS T. ,D. ZETROUER. BUILDER )
territory. Pleasant dignified Sports Center Special ..... $675.00 MARINE CENTER Hood-Spit and Motor. FR6.3$1$. ;
work. No experience needed 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
401 S. Main, FR 2-8531 $10.99
we will train you .to show Avon 133 Hunter Boat ....... $295-M HOMESPRESENTS
Goodyear Service Stores W.Kirkpatrick
Cosmetics. Call Mrs. Burns GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC reg 14 Murray TUt Trailer .. $142.95 721 N. Main' 373-3537 J. .
FR 2C421.SECRETARY..- Istered. Pedigreed X-ray parents. '42 Evinrude 10 H.P. motor.$225.00 12" Plywood fishing' boats. -
Guaranteed. FR 6-2380. 3501 NW $49 JO -
Receptionist for 18th Ter. Sport Center Special ..... $595.00 THE TACKLE BOX NEW BRICKMODELS
office write box 38J-A '
dental The Heart Of East Gainesville"' FLYING INSTRUCTIONS

In care of Gainesville Sun qtv- EASY TERMS ON CEARAL Check with Charlie _ _
Th Ing name. age. typing ability, CHARGE FR Mm. EASY corn wtJng distance 01 ;

ONLY bookkeeping office experience experience.helpful Dental but THE RUMOR FRANK PHILPOTTS _ _ _ If yew little went more to fly.than and gas can and afford GatnewU'home PlNIIftt In Immacuae three bedroom OPEN 10 a.m.'Hi Dark

Mt vecssv SPORTS CENTER Inquire Open condition. with 1M acres. $22,- FEATURES <
Hut kav sieved .vt ACCESSORIES oil Immediately..
we Where Quality Sell. .....,* BOAT to limited number only. Flight fOO and owners will carry ;
52 12 Mate Help Wonte of tw. ts false! Let us 20 N.W. 14th Ave. Instructions available. Meeting 1NttA the mortgage. Fireplaces" --

kelp yell with your fox FR 2-5011 or FR 4-6893 AND SIDE CURTAINS sun. Friday. March 20tti an* ONLY MA.* for this lovelYNurse Screened porchea

return and beokkaeptasproblems. Thru FrL *-4 pjn. Set. 9-4 Custom TOPS made to fit your boat. March 27th at 1840 N.W.. 44tti bedroom two bath home famIlY Oversized Custom Utchaoy. bepoms cabinet

WANTED at once experienced TV pjn. L & S Auto Trim Ave. Gainesville or come anytime In tile NW section. Large tot and Plus many:other customs
end Pohongraph repair man. Sib Ave. FR 2-8441. at your COIWe eftCa. room beautiful features > \
W. B. MONROEW. 14 Plywood Artwood Boat (try 403 N.W. lust some >
Salary open. Reply to Box 37>A MARTIN It for fishing' comfort) W Bottom _ _ .peved street features.are
C of the
Gainesville Sun. VA&JEBATERMS
With 14
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216 S.E. lit ST. Scott outboard motor. Take SWIMMING POOLS LIst tramBAIRD'S LAKE ROSA masonry- three bedroom.

TaLFR, 2-0634 it price $559. 0 'en-er ound lake home. Just
MARINE CENTER SUtng IwtmmJno. IvJIII. reduced $e i8.x.Bo now
Main St. FR 2-8531.. RELAX Fishing Equipment.\ for
401 S. Vacant and reedy your distance to 'elementary
S special flatcharge MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR'North Safety occupancy.HAVI &JHIgh SchooU J&hcpping 4,
IS Foot Aluminum Commander tnoy| a dean and neaJthy pool. OoHIng Equipment. YOU SUN RIDGEWOODT
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY boat. For fresh or salt water. Master Peel. Service inc. Tennis Equipment. subdivision Churches. ,7
for Cantral Florida Department II HP. (Used) Johnson Out. Monthly cleaning Baseball. Equipment TIlls beautiful new
service non-com- Supplies eV of Westwood School
east YOUH<
store has opening for experienced board Motor. Where to Flab.BAIRD'S .. lust S
K workmanship .mea. .ffers lovely lots. all Improved -
Men's and Boy's wear For top quality
MARINE CENTER IIR 2-53 ... wm Plus. many many more.MR at reasonableprices.
: Merciol $400 to $608 cat .
users only. Buyer. Salary per
month, ptus Bonus. Apply In 372-6142 401 i. Main St. FR 3-8531 _ _ ... AMERIEAHOMES

I1 person or writing giving com KIRKPATRICKRealtor
', plots resume to Wilson Depart- GAINESVILLE J. W.
-i.o.... "' "tent Store Inc. Gainesville. UPHOLSTERY MERCHANT: To place your ad ,in the Member of Muttiple Usttog
Wi....W. 13tt St.cent .
.. t. Pastes, Owaer He MIS'&IATI Pncn .m-lolC4 oJ" NW 34th & 7th Avenue
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: ? .' : -- SALESMAN preposition te wanted Insurance: Attractive salesman .. Free Iltmnt's-PIc. *' .a*. as* Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372- P55 Math...... INN: aunnen Phone 372':7070
delivery. USN. Rat.
or real estate salesmen. Capt. A. W. ItMClt.

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45 Furnished Apts. 49 Rooms for Rent 66 Misc .For Sale. 66 Misc. For Sale 65 Misc .For Sale.
42 Farms & Acreage

I CLASSIFICATION INDEX I .4 ACRES beautifully wooded EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. NICELY' furnished rooms convenIent DUO-Therm en heater with fan THE BEST costs less. Heat water FOR SALE one complete Cub
home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near All util. except gas for cooking to town ft Univ. Prefer electric range with rotisserie. for less with Phllgas from Full- Scout uniform with Cub>Scout T- .

Mitlhopper Rd. Intersection. $9.-. ft heating turn. $60 mo. McKinney businessmen. 8 SW 10th St. Also old doors and windows, $2-$3 gas. Inc. 376-5392. shirt. Call Bobby FR 2-0673. Homes, Lots. Income. Business .

900. terms. FR 6-6448. Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. Phone FR 6-5981. each. Ph. mornings FR 2-1917. and Lake Property.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE WANT to get stung on a rebuilt CLOSE OUT SALE Farms and Acreage. .

1 IB Mcmorum RETREAT FROM THE HEATTo 1238 SW 2nd Ave. S student rms. ROOMS for men. Weekly maid WILL swap unc coins or mint washer? Call FR 6- 267. On Wallpaper. ted a Roll E. C. --CURLY KUEHX. Jr.U .

I Cu,".! naauI n Wasted to Bay country living In Los Trances: upstairs. Live in apt. below. : :Mum- refrigerator stamps for cut glass and old A-l HANDYMAN SHOP HARPER PAINT CO. ( N. MAIN ST. (
Led." PsR.. a Machinery .* 'Teela Woods. 2.4 Acres for only $345 Cover lease & util. with Income. I picture frames. Phone 376-1938. First In Appliance Repairs 10 S.W. FR C-2032 Broker FR 1-1544
7th St. 372-4366
4 Fen.*&1ie4 Scrrieec U BuildIng Materials down. Paved road frontage Ford, Box 201. Yalaha. trimester
I Tra..) bfermailoB M HoisehoU Gds school busses. utilities. Drive girl student GRANDFATHER type Clocks $30. FENCING. 168 of wire. and chemically -
.U.. fS Antilles FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean $125. Accepted students given treated Small house MOVING sacrifice range
Special N s west on Newberry Rd.. turn right Misc. furniture, electric meat post. 'i'tudCfoE .
for full 30"
priority accomode- good cond. couch.
FUrUU M Mi... F.r BaU freshly painted. Orkln treated year I. hold items. Cafe curtains. Throw
7 the slicer $25.
SR 241, Watch for sign on tions. Phone 376-4)787.) Power mower SIS. .8 x 12 wool rug, formica top
5 Ball, EltUra. ChM Care $7 Trading ...ta right. monthly. Water turn. Phone Doors nails. 311 SE 2nd St. rugs. FR 2-5494. table 6 chairs child's war d-

t Places T* G. An* CS Article Waate "Selling Florida Since 1906" 376-5883. FURNISHED room with private HOTPOINT DISHWASHER With robe make offer. FR 21344.
'T. ... It razz Ott .* W.... SINGER
Things Ralph Realtor bath. Central heat tel. ft gar- portable sewing machine
PRIVATE 1st floor efficiency 2 meat cutting board. 855. Phone MeCOY'SSPECIAL
71 Beata Camp .-Hot Maria.. EIp. FOSSEY rm. bath. utilities furn. Off age. Call FR 65112.STUDENT.fUfllShed I S3S cash. FR 2-1557. Mr. Emer FR 2-1150. FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVEIt 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 street parking, no pets. 15 SW son. Pansies In Bloom
u Office air
le-KeUu Eimlpmert cooled 2 CHAIRS easy chair, circular $1.00
AlryUn Member Multiple Listing 2nd P1.SPACIOUS. per doz. Phone 372-0821
77 MobUe Hme fr JUtoIt 7> Muical Merchandise room. $28 per month single $45 ANTIQUE brass plona lamp telephone wrought Iron chair. 2 gray 81
Track tor Sa" FARMS RANCHES CREAGE two bedroom apartment double. Cheaper by the Semester. box, large carved buffet black formica top end tables. 19" ZENITH portable T.V.In good
19 Tracks Wanted RURAL PROPERTIES nicely furnished quiet For information phone 372- mahagony sewing cabinet Call FR 04662.BBAND condition. $40. 18- Reel type SMALL OFFICE BLDG.For .
II TrMtors .*'Track KenUlsS3 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE neighborhood. $90 per mOo Call 0481 after 9 p.m. ONLY. record cabinet, solid walnut power lawn mower, $25. C. 11 sale six 24x32 Hs to
Trailer BenUls ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. FR 6-7142 after 6 P.M. MEN WOMEN Rooms and single bed 2 commodes. Western NEW FR U3OO. be moved from present loca

U M.Uu7 AetemabUe Bepalre8S M Waterfront PropertySS Ph. """ -3120 CLEAN 1 BR. Utilities turn except Week. Month. FR 6-2937 or FR and ends. FR 6-1283 Treasure CUT & pattern glass. Antique .borne. Price $1250.00 Can Cer-

AmUvkIlS (.r Bile Houses For BaleII FORDYCEInvestment electricity. Fla. Pest Control 6-1082. I Chest at Fairbanks. Turn left Automatic sewing machines, buttonholes dining room set. and chest of old or V. Q. McCoy. FR
turn. Nice location $60 mo. 424 : fancy stitches Etc. drawers. New set of Birch N. Main
CetUf For Sala at Gulf Station. 1-3361. Office. corner
M SEDUCATIONAL..,.. an acreage close to MedIcal NE 6th St. FR 2-3974. I Full sue head. wood kitchen built Ins.
37 Real EsUte Exckaaced NICE quiet room, carport ft tele- Many and 23rd Blvd.
38 Real Eitato Wanted Center In southwest, 20 FURNISHED apt. clean and rea phone. or kitchen privilege. $10 ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Only $88 other items. 3-T-Shop H'way

3> Out .( 'Town Property acre parcel approximately 660x sonable. Apply 826 NW 1st PI. weekly. FR 6-1961. Double stack complete. Nothing S15 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 __100, 1 mile S. Starke.
IB Se...." iMtncurais 40 Easiness 1420 for $5,500. Beautiful roilIng else to buy. $15. Brants. SEWING MACHINE '
Properties hills over 100 acres per. PRIVATE bath and entrance 513 15 FIBER glass boat motor &
Mu {.. Da&etaif.M 41 Residential 2 RM. furnished apt. for rent, N.W. 8th Avenue.
WMtcA iMtracUM Income fect for horses and cattle. $375. $45 mo. Will accept children large shaded lawn. 1 block from SERVICE CO. trailer. $425.00. Saw mandrel
4J Farms Acreage per USED Chain Saws $50 New with 20" Wade & 4V*
bus line. Near University. Ph. up. hp gas
water ft
43 Colored Property Rentals ORoVcE & ASSOCIATES. INC. nished. Also trailer electricity for 376-4362. 4 hp saws $89.95. We repair WAR surplus mine detector excellent motor. 7W table saw. Spray Norwood
. EMPLOYMENT 49-1 Colored Property Sales 926 West University Avenue space all chain saws ft lawn mowers. condition used by paint outfit. Racing Go Cart
11 W..fc. WBte4 Mate rent $15 per moo Call 472-2271, plumbers & treasure hunters with
374-1236 Chain saw rentals. McCulloch 2-cyl. engine. 3-T-Shop. Hway
Wonted To Rent
1C We. ..Waate. Fe..Je RENTALS Newberry 51-A Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton $50. Call 376-5367 after 7 P.M. 100, t mt. S. Starke. Hope

14 Stl* .Help Wute 43 Colored Property 1 BEDROOM apartment upstairs. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR
15 Hel...M&le .r Feattle 44 Cottages For Beat Electricity and water furnish 3 or more bedrooms. 1 or more 6-3411. ENCYCLOPEDIA edition. 24-vtlumes BrItannica with 6 1958 YOUTH bed complete with link "H" Inc.
U Mate.Help WantedDnauue 43 Famished Apt.. ed. $55 a month. 504 N. E. 4th bathroom unfurnished house. Call year spring Innersprlng mattress. i
HOMES FOR SALE WROUGHT Iron ft glass tables ft books. Atlas bookcase Best of $20. Call FR 2-7076.
Avenue. Call FR 2-6556. _
4< Coraralsbed Apis. & FR 2-9500 after 4:30 pjn. weekdays fer. Phone FR 2-1986. We Trade Homes
SE 14th St.
2 & 3 Bedrooms. chairs 1 yr. old $57. See at
U reiMle Help 47 Bo.... for Rent Fare. down or all day weekends.PHYSICIAN'S GE Hotpolnt 1 ton air conditioner.
SE 7th Ave. Some no pay EFFICIENCY water furn. 3505 Gatehouse Restaurant evenings -
48 Rouses for Rent Unf an. ment. Some small down pay.melt. NW 17th St. $35 per mo. Call Call 6-5843. BURGLAR proof, A-l fire re> 11.000 BTU. 110 Volt. $100 or Propertymllmllfllflll1l11l1mlllu.al"1nI
of three I
family desires I
FARMST& LIVESTOCK 41 Reoms for Beat i Monthly payment $57 to McKinney Green Inc. 372-3617. 3 Bedroom 2 bath ing lewelry safe. Sacrlfke Phone FR 2-3981.
I' r-.E.tp..a 60 Betel Rooms $65. Also homes built on your home. Unfurnished. FR 2-3021. LIKE NEW 1964 model G.E. stereo price of si 00. For appt. to see
n Fee*.* Fertilizer 51 Vise. Rental lot for no down payment. EFFICIENCY apt living room console $100. Phone FR 2-8886. call 3720481.FORMAL "LOOK- : |
2ft Lliesick .* BippllesS 81A Wanted To Rent Call TOMMY RIDGELL Murphey bed. dinette. kitchen New 1964 MODERN HOME
S Laa4acaplnf Top Bed 52 Boarders Wanted g Builder Phone FR 2-4125 and bath. Centrally located.: Apply 54 Business Rentals ANTIQUE heavily carved walnut size 7. wedding gown & veil Fully Automatic Zig Zag The following are ready for
Orig. cost will sell
sewing machine does B
Arlington Hotel. library table front the estate of
M Pete ..A Supplies 53 Office Desk Space ; for half price. Phone 376-7894. $7.00 occupancy. IS!
SI LtTtiieek "...tit'INA.NCIAL 81 Business Rental : 44 Cottages for Rent 5 ROOM furn. apt. Clean & Dorothy Dlx, $100 or best offer. everything mo. full
comfortable bal. due $88.00"BRAND
WAREHOUSE for rent. Located
water turn. $75 space FR 6-4454. KENMORE electric ,range. 40" 3707 NW 21st PI.S .
per -
620 Main St. Call
at S.
SERVICE month. Adults only. No pets. FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 wide, auto oven & warming a NEW i 4 BR 2 bath $800 dn. S107 i ii
Realtor. FR
FURNISHED 3 rooms & bath. 3 JOHN MERRILL.
compartment. $25. Phone
M ..Inei. Oppertenltles- 23 Special Service miles from courthouse. For mar- Can be seen at 225 SW 2nd St. 2-1494. Firestone 12 h.p. outboard motor 7811RCA UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG i per mo. j ji
87 M BCT to Lea 23 Berne Imprevem Phone 376-4037. $196.95; 1 Phltco 12.3 cu. ft. refrigerator Semi-Automatic does
couple or single person.
U M.rtf arcs 2i Radio .* TT Service 46.5- per month. Inquire 31 N. STOP LOOKING Sul>let Apr. 15- OFFICE space for rent. Univ. $179.95; 8 cu. ft. Philco T-V portable with stand. everything. $6.00 a monthor i 1021 NW 40th Dr.
M Money Wanted :S Appliance Furniture 1- Main or call FR 2-8404. May 1, 2 BR. completely turn., Ave. ft Main St. 2nd floor Real 20c refrigerator $135; 1 Philco port. Less than 2 yrs. old..11 bad $40.00 CASH. E! 3 BR. 1V4 bath. $400 dn. $".50

air cond. apt. T-V antenna incl. per sq. foot. John Merrill T-V with stand, $195; 12-42- tubes .replaced. Excellent con 88| per mo.
""'''''- n IIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIm hll.'i tors. 372-1494. Machine Service
Sewing Co.
SMALL furnished cottage & trailerfor 1 blks. from campus. Married piece drill sets. $12.95 ea. Firestone dition. Phone 376-2810.

rent. Ideal for working couple. couple pfd. $100 per moo AIR' CONDITIONED Stores 304 W. Univ. Ave.WHAT'S 12 14' boat trailer 815 W. Univ. Ave. i 4527 & 4617 SE lit PL
or 25.
For Scale 35 Houses for Sal! Moore's trailer court, 2330 E. 3761075UP
35 Houses 376-3364.
I Univ. Ave. 3764144. NEARLY new modem office or Also Kenmore electric dryer In I 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1..

I FURNISHED apt. for rent 'with location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. _good condition, $40. Ph. 4812362. TO 20 PER CENT OFF television 82 i 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn. 868

NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 BY THE OWNER In Idylewilde 2 living room kitchen, bedroom Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty, and appliances. If we | per mo.-
and 4 bedroom 2 bath CCB BR CCB house tile bath famIly 45 Furnished Apts. tile bath ft air condition. Tel. 1113 N. Main St. FOLD-A-WAY bed $12 Ig. mirror don't have It, we'll get It.

hom City water lights and room. Call 372-8001 after FR 29569.DELIGHTFUL. $12 3-corner cabinet $7; 2 Whatnots Wheelers Discount Store between 303 & 313 SE 38th St.
5-30 P.M. $1.50. Phone 6-4169.
sewers. Shown by appointment. 56 Business Opportunities Melrose and Keystone.
Phone FR 2-3826. SPACIOUS down stairs 2 tearoom surroundings. Route 21. 475-2401. I 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
37 Real Estate ExchangedFOR furnished apartment. 70S N.E. 2nd Furnished. 2 large rooms. PrIvate ELECTRIC. range $40 bench saw 00 i 3 BR. 1 bath (500 dn. $64 =
FIRST TIMEADVERTISED St. $70 month. Phone FR 6- bath and entrance. Cou- ESTABLISHED grocery store, real BACKof $50 lolnter motor scout uniforms BICYCLE good condition. Phone 82 i per mo.
5270. ple. First floor. 708 E. Univ. estate stock and fixtures. Excelled SS, rush squares, cotton FR 2-2573. 325 N. W. 7th Ter.
sale or trade for farm or Ave. opportunity reasonably rugs. table lamps. FR 64996.
acreage: small house of 2 Br. FURNISHED 3 bedroom, bath. Worth and DINETTE set $28. Bedroom furniture i !

3 BR pre-owned home completely & bath with green aluminum sidings Water furnished, large yard. For 'FURNISHED apartment. Near priced.investing. Robert Investigating C. Smith, the FOR SALE riding lawn mower $75. Chest $22 dresser $24 The following: are under con

reconditioned. Fla. im refinished like new. Near N.W. 39th working couple. N.W. 31st Ave. business center. Water Furn- Realtor. Mlcanopy. Ph. .""".3120- elec.'. starter $40 bicycle: $10; Gas stove. Like new condition.FR struction and will be ready 1
parque floors. Ideal lo Ave. & 19th St. If Interested, and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th ished. $60. Phone FR 2-1823, or _.Phone 376-7326.' 6-0410. == for occupancy soon.
cation. An excellent value at call FR 2-3251 After 6 p.m. Terrace. Call FR 6-4817. 2-3794. OTHER business forces me to FRIGIDAIRE 52
S13J50. FHA $550 down Includes sell grocery store this week. GROWINGDEMAND Ironer heavy duty. i
closing costs. 3 BR, 2 bath, built-in kitchen. In 2-BEDROOM furnished garage 46 Unfurnished Aprs. Doing good business. all colored good condition, cost $200. Sell McCOY'S 3225 NW 29th Ave.
need of home In Gainesville. I apartment 405 NW 10th St. sm. down payment. FR $50. Phone 4621661. 4 BR, 2 bath $850 dn. $112 -

HUGH EDWARDS, INC. Will consider equal trade or Phone FR 65924.EAST 6-7731 after 7 p.m.. FR 2-0641. ADDING machine $39 Typewriters Macoma Homes I i per mo.

NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551. something smaller. Call 622-3322 FIVE rooms and bath downtownarea. $10-25; 3 speed record player $9; !
& 3224 NW 29th Ave.
evenings weekends. 620 FisherDr. SIDE
Water furnished. $60 month. Merchandise Ice cream churn $4; ping pong Inc.For
3 LG. BR. 2 bath panelled LR. ., Ocala. No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 2-1633. table etc. $17; 45 RPM records 52 i I BR, 2 bath, $750 dn. $102

fireplace. attached garage, HW GARDENAPARTMENTS SOc a dozen. Inter-corn $19; fans. Sale very attractive 3- i per mo
floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. 38 Real Estate Wanted 3 Bedroom unfurnished duplex. 61 Wanted to Buy for books picture frames & household bedroom. 1-bath home. 4S17 HH

NW near Stephen Foster. $14,500. S75 Living room month.bath ffi and miles kitchen.from rummage. Brant's. 513 NW E. University Ave.; walking 3236 NW 29th Ave.
distance to Lake
$459 d.p. FR 2-8851. $57 month downtown. Call FR 2-3419 until WE BUY and sell all kinds of fur 8th Ave. Forest 02 i 3 BR, 2 bath, $700 dn. $91
WANT TO BUY per up Schools. O- $500
FOR SALE BY OWNER, 4 BR 2 Gainesville's Finest 5 p.m. After 5, and Saturday FR niture stoves. refrigerators BUTLERBROS. MY mommy has six. size 14 "A" down :r1n.S:12: per month. i per mo.
2 or 3 bedroom home with clothes radios TV, etc. Call
bath. Ig. ,Fla. Rm. Ig. utility 2-2648. line maternity dresses she wore Can Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. I 6
area. Separate living Rm. dining family room and 2 baths. Kitchen Furnished or unfurnished FR 2-3937. last Spring also several maternity Day FR 6-7290. nights FR 3301 & 3311

and kitchen. Wall to wall carpetIn must be equipped. Central Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart 47 Houses for Rent Furn. WANT to buy U.S. ft foreign patterns. If your mommy 5-5015. Office corner N. Main NW 30th Ave. ;

living room. Glass sliding heat right preferred.with reasonable Must down be priced ment. ,,309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- coins old & new. Rebel Stamp needs them have her call ind 23rd Blvd. i.4 BR, 2 bath, $450 dn $91

door leading to large 16' by 24' ment. Write to Box 365-A pay., 9608. LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom ft Coin Shop 809 W. Univ. Ave., 65907. per mOo a

patio. Fenced In back yard car Gainesville Sun. 1 BEDROOM air conditioned houses month or year. Mathew- Gainesville Fla. GERTS a gay girl-ready for awhirl
port, and storage area. 1325 NE furnished apartment. New son Manor. Call 475-2981. after 3236 & 3224 I
12th Terr. $19.500.WESTWOOD WANT TO BUY camping equip.. HOMES? carpets with Shadow Lawn Estates
Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd
39 Out of Town Property Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban men?. Phone 376-6736. Blue Lustre. Rent electric Custom-baHt homes that look H NW 30th Aye
LITTLEWOOD 1 block from campus. Occu- home. Plenty of room. close to shampooer $1. McDanlell FurnIture custom-built. If you are tiredof 3 BR, 2 bath $400 dn. $84per
WANTED.. old shed to be Co. 0:::
Walking distance to schools. S school. Available April 1st. $120 Gainesville Shopping homes with that subdivision mo.
6 ACRE wooded lot 200 fro ft. pancy by February 25- Into house. Call I
on a tree Center.
BR 2 baths home In Skyline per month. Call FR 2-4957 U J. Locationand look see
Heights. Study. hardwood floors, A1A 35 ml. N. of DaytonaBeach WANTED 1 girl $10 per week or Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. Toby. GR 5-5043 Melrose. F. D. Oliver Bldr. H 3330 & 3320 I
built-in & Cent. near Marlneland. Call3n3243' ,
range oven. .2. gIrls $15 per .week, to -share
heat. Shaded back yard. Call after 5 P.M. 2 Br. home with young divorcee. WANTED one second-hand roadster HOMESBuilt Ph. FR -0884. NW 30th Ave.
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
cart with harness. Please West NW
pony on 39th Ave. past
374-0642. .. Call 485-2735 after S p.m. Mon. to your plans and speci 3 BR, 1 bath, $550 dn $79.50
contact Kathy Butler, FR 2-4425. the Glen Springs Interseo
40 Business Properties thru FrU or week-ends. per mo.
anytime fications. Built
anywhere In I
NEW Cement block home. completely UOB. Se. alga cc left. I
furnished; On Lake Susan SUMMER special 1 & 2 Bedroom FOR RENT OR SALE 3 bedroom, ELECTRIC or gas ceramic kiln. QualityWhen Alachua County.TOMMY I_

25 miles from Gainesville.Low OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. apartments well furnished. quiet 1 bath CCB house. chain link Contact Allen Edgar 372-5395. or RIDGELLBUILDERS

down payment. Easy monthly Main St. Formerly occupied: by location couples only no pets. fence. 2008 NE 16th Ter. Call after 6 P. M. 372-1763. FOR RENT "I

terms. 'For more information Associates Discount. Call 372-7470 $100 per mOo L. J. Moratto. 2505 FR 6-2293. Camping Equipment Wanted It Comes To I I
call 372-828 after, S p.m. or 372-4065. NW 4th St. Phone 2-4957. WATCH FOR
Call FR
FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath, built-in Phone FR 2-3307 2-4125 IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT 124 SE 7th St.
kitchen corner lot 2 blks. from
Metcalfe School ft |Ir. high. 1943 LOCATION 52 3BRlBath
NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. 64 Household Goods Cooperative apartments to g 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo.

Call 372-5738. fir QUALITY FOR' SALE'NEW HOME be built In Gainesville. For
SERVICESHome T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Information call FR 62921or 111I Imn! I "m
MODERN 3 bedroom house. carport No Down write:
and Guaranteed Payment
not over 2 children. No 42 Refrigerators from $39 up We Have Only P. O. Box 13956 I ALL OUR HOMES ARE
$40 month. Next to PhillIps
dogs. 9 Ranges from $39 up 3 bedrooms. 2 tile baths cen Gainesville Fla. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
Uesed Cars. Alachua 462-1703.
tral heat General Elec. kit.
17 Washers from $19 up SEEING ANYTIME IF
3 BR, masonry home with gas 8 Dryers from $49 up ,THE CREAM chen. N. E. 17th Ter. Pay University Park YOU WILL JUST CALL.

And Business range $85 per mo. John Merrill, 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up ments $115 per mo. I 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR
Realtor 372-1494. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up Apts. 4-5301 or FR e-7W
FR % 9569I
10 TV Sets from $35 up 7 -


ADVERTISE IN THE Mortgage Broker- Several lovely homes availableat 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 ( I

BulldozingSMALL this time.FORDYCE .

GLADYS Smith Realtor, FHA ASSOCIATES INC. living room. dinette ft bedroom,
926 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 t.
17 Price was $444.75. Nowl
and conventional loans. Low pieces.
bulldozer, loader dump rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove $280.00. Payments $13.00 monthly, ( )
trucks fill lime
dirt rock. TopSOIL W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. ft refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. $28.85 down payment. McDan- (3)
Phone FR
27846. ,
lell's G'ville Shopping Center.
Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30
FORDYCE and Associates. Inc.,
BULLDOZERS ft P.M. for .4i
Dragline, Backhoe Conventional and F.H.A. loans ..appt.S
wheel tractors motor with low rates and long term 65 Antique .
grader. Free estimates. W. G. BR. house partially furnished .
(Buck) Johnson. FR 6-6219. loans, our confidential specialty.service.Quick, courteous Call- fenced yard screened porches., PALM VIEW ,, .C.
close In for Information
garage more -I
376-1236 or come by 926 West ANTIQUE 'organ for sale. Call ESTATES .
call FR 2-1578.
CarpentryGRADY University Avenue. Grace For- 372-6310. .

tSycf, Realtor. FOR rent unfurnished 1 side of I .." NW 39th Terr. & f.tl
WALNUT bookcase, 42" by .
CABINET WORKS PAINTINGPAiNTiNG duplex rm.. kit house.ft bath.Has$75 2 per_ BR mo.living Call two drawer base six shelves., NW 16th Ave. ,, : fOtl
Custom built cabinets and mold- original glass. Call 372-9574.
Ings refinishing and FR 2-3419 until -5 p.m. after 5 $16,000 to $20,950
painting. spray Also Screens repaired ft Sun. FR 2-2648. FOR SALE Epworth organ. French I ,0

1533 E. University Avenue window glass replaced. Phone Reglency chair oak ball tree.Call ,
3 BR home $90 per month 2 BR
Phone 372-8313 .FR 61283.EXPERT 472-4724 5 P.M. to 9 P.M.!
home $60 per mo. Partly furnished ; .
painting. Interior exterior .. 2 BR home $60 per mo.; Furnished 66 Misc. For Sal I.DOWLING'S FERNWOOD t1V Budget ., {
Cosmetics no Job too small. Quick serv- duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per ft--
AIr Conditioning: ke. Reasonable rates call Mr. mo. Call FR 67466. MANOR 1'0 fan'\\\Y
it _
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea Gammon. UPHOLSTERYChairs
"new you" at MERLE NOR. 372-5829 UNFURNISHED 2 BR house low as $8. No money, NW39thSt. & our.
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. fenced back yard, 2120 NW 7th down, low as $5 per month. PI. To 51tt _
ART BAtt- Air conditioningHot Learn professional make-up St. Phone 372-8932 or, 372-6179. Free estimates pickup and delivery : -- : -
( Air-Hot: water) heating, and secrets by trained beauty ex RemodelingNEED service. All work guaran $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. 15 perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house teed. Phone 376-7786. :
Years Experience.Appraisal with stove ft refrigerator &
A NEW Florida room carport -
fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th 9 CASE Coke dry box with lift I
patio, screened-in porch
Senric FASCINATING profession. Eager etc.? Call now and get It done 2-6179.Terrace. Call 372-8932 or FR doors on top. Just like new. Cost I .. ,,",
to learn If you qualify you for the summer months. Call S486-fIrst $200 gets It. 2 basolin:
may earn $4040 per week while 372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free FOUR Bedroom unfurnished house. Toro golf carts good for 1;.
In training for advancement to manufacturing plant or lumberyard
estimates. large clean yard $90 month. ESTATES
per ; ,
paD .. ARNOLD supervisory capacity. For appt.c.II transportation or for 0011
Phone FR 6-7142 after 4 P.M.
ftEALTOR 376-1480. Em RaysDEPENDABILITY course use. Cost on these wen I Addition No. Z

REAL KSTATC APPRAISAL IS THE FOR RENT unfurnished 2 Br $1,325 ea. Sell one for $500 om I NW 39th Dr. & Variety and quality ore stressed in
-4CRVICB FIRE EXTINGUISHERS_ WO R D. BUILDING RE. rode house blinds, stove ft for $300. Phone 372-0961. all Highland Court Manor homes
flit W.. UWV. AVE. PH. MODELINGPAINTINGFREE heater rum. Close-in. Come by NW 8th Ave.
V2-3S22. FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER ESTIMATES. DIAL ft see. 404 SW 3rd Ave. or call GIRL'S heavy bicycle 26for $20 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson. That'swfiy

Appliance' Repairs CO. 377-7948 OR 376-1838 NOW. FR 2-8080. $85 per mo. Call FR 6-2444 or FR 6-8870. ; $zoooo to $30,000 chances are there's on

AH types Sales of and Fire Service Extinguishers EMRAYSDEPENDABILITY 2 BR house for rent 4 miles icUr.. Philco refrigerator, re* U C H.C.M. home for you.
sonably clean. $50. Phone 376 U 5 ave
north of Gainesville the Wal From over 20 sensiblydesignedmodels
Pick and on .
up delivery service
A-I is the word.
4382 after 5 P.M. or see at 1113 I
do Rd. 376-1502.
C. R. Thomas Ph. 376789 choose the bedroom-
First to-Air Conditioning and Building. Remodeling Paint- I NE 20th PLRSALE you
Appliance-Repairs.; FR 6-0267. Gainesville Fla. Ing. Free Estimates. Dial 3727948 2 BR. partially furnished house. All City Services bath combination that's just right
or 376-1838 Now. 1220 N. W. 21St Ave. Call 3728451 CHEAP, Restauraniformica for your'family-and pocket

Porker-Appli. Serv. Mortgage BrokerFHA equipment.counter Complete and 26 fountain stools ',' book. (One of the nicest your things

Expert ffialor Appliance Serv Upholstery 3 BEDROOM living room. dining and short order equipment. 52 .. .. is that the monthly payment
ice. Prompt Efficient t and conventional at lowest room. Tile bath. screened porch. Call FR 2- 759 or 2-9207. Mr. Monthly Payment .
'Courteous3714334. current rates. Terms to 25 UPHOLSTER your furniture at I ,Convenient to shopping center. Page. From $74.38 probably will be no more thon
years. Will gladly discuss at no reasonable prices. Call Sally. Water furnished. A vail a b I e : your present rent).
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Ex erieftced. FR 6-9888 ; now. $85 Phone FR 6-3070. GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance Why not jnspect selection of
Auto Equipment W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor, for your old. costly tc>> our
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2494 operate -electric water heater. models today? No obligation, of
SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS 49 Rooms For Rent
Hot water at about half youi course.
present cost with our gas. -
exchanged; Repair km for -.
I do sewing of all
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized AND CONVENTIONALLOANS kinds ft Dressmaking. Mrs. W. NICE room. dose In. Private en- Ask Road.us.FR PROPANE 65110. SW Archei: Nothing Down YA Choose From A Wide Selection of Beautifully
Walker Hydraulic Jack
C. Asbell. 3436 N.W. 17th Ter trance, all channel antenna. Off
Service Agent., HULL'S BRAKE 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 race. 372-C655. street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd
SERVICE MainFR ft.1497 SUPPLY 1314 $. MORTGAGE MONEY Place. FR 22582.A TRADEINREPOSSESSION SALE- Designed Models from $12,500 to $17,250

SVt per cent interest. Terms to Sewing Machine Repairs COMFORTABLE front room. 3 OFFICE
Auto Gloss 25 years. windows off street parking gentleman 2 Atlas portables $72.

BUY BUILD REFINANCECall CALI VICE-SEWING CO. 815 MACHINE W. University SER. only. Call FR 6-5953. 1 Kenmore.,AuC ZZ $87. NW 39th Terr. &

AUTO CLASS is our only Thuil- K5 NW 13 St. PIFR' 2-2511 Ave. 376-1075. We repair all QUIET desirable. In private home. 1 1 New Etna Home Aut. ZZ..S90.Port. $46. NW 16th Ave. KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON
Immediate Installation
ness. ; Dan Makes. Work fully guaranteed. Convenient to University And .
free pickup It delivery. Addbeauty town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. 2 Singer Port. $18. Tel. FR 2-9545 or
ft' value to your car. WINDOW CLEANING Call FR 6-5368. 6-2100. 1 Singer, Consol $48. Builders and DevelopersSoles
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. Sun Want Ads 1 Necchl: Supernova $84. Nights and HolidaysFR

m N.W.4 4th St. FR 4-tSM. WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned COMFORTABLE room. close-In 1 Plaff Port. $62. 6-9048
and waxed, nouses washed 10 maid service. use of phone Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace-Phone 372.3471

ADVERTISE IN THE Get Results yrs. experience. Free estimates. reasonable. 622 NE 2nd St. New Cabinets optional $19 up
SERVICE DIRECTORY Phone FR 2-5955. Phone 37-1423. 115 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075


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<66< MIsc .For Sat. 77 Mobil Home for Sal, 83 Motorcycles & Scooters. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE '- .,_ _ =- -

FEDDERS.Peter's 1 hp Ilr-cond. US; 40MODELS 1961 VESPA motor scooter, mechanically BRING out the best In your car. vOLKsiA TIME I -- -=-=- .".
brty stroller $10 Babct good new paint asking Superior Aute painting & body SALES I-
sends table $is, Little Brown S75. Phone 374-583 after 7 P.M. work. Fast dependable service; NV1964GMCPiCKUP
!cdt.$1S._ FR 2.2241. free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S FR 2-1411 1007 N. Male St. aa
ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE 157 ALLSTATE scooter. In good Phone FR 2.6313 9.
MAKE WORKS. 2C31 NW 6th St .
AN OFFER FROM LOWEST PRICES.' running condition. Needs lUlls FR 4787. Courtesy Of TRUCKSAS .
50 Vacuum cleaners In good w\X SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. body repair. tAS. Call FR <-COl4.1WJ Northcentra Florida'sLorgtst ..

5rfd retted.Infl order.for $75 Example,No reasonable: GE. Vacuum otter TRAILER MARTHwy. .50 StS.cc Call DUCATI FR 2-065 Good. condtkM. after- 143 Air CHEVY conditioned II Station auto. Wagon trans.. : M I LLER.V) :-N.Uahrcnity MaIR St. at Chevrolet 16thAv.. ,Independent Dealer AS ,i )

Ky$1 17. Phone :321-1050 < '.m. radio & heater three seats $1 .
712 MTHE. CO. OPEN WEEKDAYS white side walls 4,000 miles BROWN 7 5 ..
FR 4-7110 or 6-1117 UNTIL 9 p.m. 34 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS less than 3 mo*, old. S100 cash. AS Down a.
1030 E.
( ALL channel T.V antenna take up payments. Call 372- Umr. a" I
complete -
SIS SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 1111 I to 5-072-5731. after 5 FR 2.3582
refrigerator SATISFACTION
SM $22 apt. Gav stoV: Your car's pep & power show AND
; platform
rocker S8 buffet
$29; china ; up with a. tune-up at BROWN'S 1fS7 CADILLAC. Sedan deVlUe 4-

l wardrobe $2t cabinet Chest of Ifl drawrs cedar WYATT- SERVICE recapping CENTER.& wheel Guaranteed alignment. dr. hardtop factory fully air, equipped cream puff.!Including 5633 Per Month including tax title; ,
$S; 4 f
x linoleum $3.50; french S7JS. 372-0411 for .... I I TODAY 1
doors nti used furniture bout/lt __ao* N. Main. FR 4-O10 appt. to Ford TOMORROW life insurance, financing charges. "
and I
old. Brant's 51) NW Ith
Ave. Trailer Sales 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE tO V.W. convertible New top; new .FalconS .
tag; new floor mats. A-1 throughout I 63 METEOR . $2395 MERCURY NO GIMMICKS Can be bought at these I
BABY bed. stroller; car bed. Excellent Home of $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4 I terms! 2.doxen in stock to choose from. tofo
CHEVROLET. 1962 Greenbrier. f Fairlane I II
I quality I. condition. 1115 Homes P-m. I 63 STUDEBAKER $1995
NW Mm Ave. Shasta and Airstream passenger station wagon. Radio I 61 RAMBLER $1395
Travel Trailers heater 4 speed trans.. deluxe IMPALA onvertlble. Excellent I T-Bird 62 CORVAIR $1395 Tropical Pontiac .
4 70 Boats-MariMt Eajwl. Ocata's First Mobile Home _trim. $1.7t5. FR J-SS47 condition. 1951 CheVY. good con-"I' I 60 COMET . $1045 I
Dealer Since 194 CHEVROLET 1941. Good condition. ditton. 376-3112 after .. } Ford 62 FALCON eo. $1395 .
I' lEFT.I 1923 Sliver Soring Blvd. Phone FR 24711 or 27315. 60 MERCURY $1295 GMC Truck Center .. '"-
open-cockplU offshore Phone 429-1351 IMPALA. 1960 4-door sedan. Power Trucks 62 COMET eo. $1495 eo ..; ?
fiberglass boat. complete controls Ocala Fla. CHEVY Impala '61 sports cou brakes, power steering, automatic I 59 BUICK 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 roil
I lights. 10 & S gal. tanks. pe. 112 NE 20th St. 'FR 6-229L transmission. Radio and Used 62 STUDEBAKER $1295 eo $1295 III!:: ...
\ 40 h.p. Johnson tilt trailer. skis NOW SHOWING heater. FR 2-3807. or FR _.! .
ski ropes, belt. life preservers 1964 MOBILE HOMES CHEVROLET 1f5< wagon 4 dr. 62 VW eo. $$1395 59 CADILLAC eo $2195 -r- -
ladder. 11.1 00. Phone 372-5738 2 and 3 bedrooms. ell Floor You can buy this for only S9 PRIVATE OWNER has 6-2696.1 Cars 61 CHEVY _- .
i7FT. Plans. Terms tailored to meet a week. Call Bill. 371-374. H & H Chevrolet Impala 2 dr. $1395 59 DODGE eo. $795 ... .
Span American with ISlip your budget. Drive a little and Motors. V-a standard shiff. black, Get TOTAL 61 COMET $1195 .. .. .
Mercury. Tilt trailer. MotorIn eve a lot at H, WW for sale. 12500 owed $84 eo. 59 FORD eo. eo $495 I.
excellent condition. Boat has CONNOLLYMobil. CHEVROLET. I'M 4 dr. This car monthly. will accept clean 1957 PERFORMANCESHAW <61< COMET $1f9$ 59 .... ..
Bimini top cruise tanks. Ride Home Inc. Is going for only St a week. car for equity with clear title. I I eo. STUDEBAKER $545 .. .
guide steering, amp. and water : Sales Call BIN 372-3749. H It HMotors. Call 374-U19. AT 61 COMET . $1195 "
S Miles North on U. So 441 56 FORD . $495
pressure Marine horns.
gauge. Phone 6221ueClosed ....
railing and compass. WILL DEAL. Sundays 1961 English Ford radio & heater 6KEETER 61 FORD eo. $1595 56 MERCURY NEAT SPRING
CHEVY 1U5 Bel Air like new
FR -Joes. Boat can be .seen at new tires S595. 372-54S3. J
condition. 4-dr., radio & heater 61 FALCON .
311 NW 13th Sf, McMURRAY Mobile Home Sales. $995 THUNDERBIRD $2495
409 ENGINE 4 on the floor buck
1-10 wide. 1 or 2 BR, used lake standard shift. S4SO. FR 27255CORVAIR -'It.;
lr FIBERGLASS Cobla cruiser. et seats. super sport convertible f ..a -
or house trailers from $1.295. 1 ,
Monza 63
55 HP Homellte motor. Murray office Trailer for rent or sale. radio heater white sideWall Will trade for older car or cash, 230 W. UniversityFR Crane -' -.
trailer I Lincoln I _.
completely equipped. ...
3 mL So. of Starke on :301. tires. 1,000 actual miles. S450. Inquire at cross roads In Mercury"It's :i
months old. $175. FR 2-3747. 2-0503 .... .-
.. 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. Assume payments small equity Archer for residence of Tommie -
j- Will consider older car for Pate. -.4 t
Regal Royal ovemighter with Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices. SPECIALS .. .
Easy Trade
to With.
head and trailer. SSM Small equity. Call owner at 3724441 Crane Lincoln Mercury" --
SAVE ...
fishing boat. needs minor repair BANK$100041000 FINANCINGNEW _xt. 33 S-5 weekdays 1962 TR-4, one owner, 23- I -..

I__S5Q. FR iiiso I low down A am.. mOo pay CORVAIR 1963 2-dr. auto. trans. 000 miles. $167) cash. 516 S. Main :1h:, Pt .
ments. neater & tinted glass. SlOG cash Call FR 2-2949. St. FR 2-3631 .: I..
72 Office Equipment Town & Country Trailer Sales and assume payments. Call
3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2290 FR 2-7587 after 6 P. M 1963 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S.: P/B.
GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of- P.W. Radio and heater. $400 down
flee supply dealer Chesnufs TWO bedroom house trailer $900. DODGE 'M 2-Ton blue and and take over payments. FR 63 DODGE Polara 4-dr. hardtop. Torque- a.
whit 4-dr. R&H. AT. W-sw.ooe .ta.
to Office come Equipment In and shop Co. Invites or call you for one bedroom be rented.house Phone trailer 376-1234 1750.Can : owner. .Must see a> drIve to appreciate. 25626. After 6 P.M. LJL Put Your Car In Tune With, Our Flite, power steering and brakes, R&H, : .T !
free delivery. Chesnurs Office Monday to Friday 9 to 5. FR 2-9772. MUST sell excellent 57 Chrysler I
whitewalls. White
II Saratoga. 4-dr. sedan.- P. 5; P. SWING INTO all vinyl
Equipment Co. 106 W. SPECIAL10x50 FORD GALAXIE automatic transmission SPRING SERVICE SPECIAL $228 Pt'
Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.- Mobile home and 50x100 lot. power steering $750. $495 B. auto.or make Trans.offer.Radio 466-3437.heater interior low mileage . $5.1,5.44a ., t. .a
}FAX 1 mile S. of Paints Prairie. All Can be seen at 521 SE 14th. .
TIME. Adding machines and Tern or call 372-7874. ; a'L.S.
calculators. New and used. Park State Mobile Homes. 85-1 Automobiles Wanted I .
er's 'Complete Office Outfitters. 61. 45 x 10 2 BR. Richardson. FORD. 196X Fast Back big Clean & Adjust Spark Plugs 62 DODGE Lancer Coupe, -.- I!
The only authorized Olivetti Like new $2,700 or best offer. engine. S350 equity for S1150. I Check & Adjust Points Torque$1388
Underwood In Gainesville.Ph. And take payments. Phone .' TUNE Flite radio heater .
Agent Call FR 6-2970. up WANTED. 19SO thru 1954 Fords Test Coil & CondenserS '-' IS
J7J-JSS5 401 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3129 after 4. J
and Chevrolets. See at Herndon
956 30 x r Vagabond trailer Station Wagon i Service Station. 916 S. E. 4th Set Ignition Timing .'S.,..
73 Musical Merchandise reasonable price. Located Progress I Street t/ieBest Adjust Carburetor ....-
1959 1250 Phone 372-5706. 61 PLYMOUTH Sedan ;I-
Mobil. Home Park on Fury Torque-
Service) Air Cleaner ...
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ORGAN SALEOf Hwy 441. 462-9660. LANCER new tires.61, mod-770 39.000 mL 4 Dr.Bal.s-Stlck$960. 87 Automobiles Winter II UP I I Test Battery & Clean Flite radio, factorysteering air, power $1288 ...... #" .

Christmas Left overs. All SHOP FIRST Mr. Balwln 374-4404. Terminals very clean . . ..t... wt
new organs. Savings up to' :30 THEN discover why so many drive MERCURY. 1956. 4 dr. hardtop. COMPACT from private owner. I Inspect Ignition Wiring ,_ _-i
little and lot. LARGEST
e save e
per cent. Earn Piano Co. loaded with extras for M a week. will pay cash. Please call FR
702 W. Univ. Ave. 372.2222 Display.. with SMALLEST, everhead. Call Bill! 3723749. H .. H Motors. 2-0011 between 1-3 pm. 6-Cylinder $6.00 8-Cyluider $9.20 I I ;,.,.
15 to 5V long. 1 2 or3 LASSITER MASON 63 Rambler I 61 FORD V-8, Fairlane 500, R&H, 'a- ...
ORGAN used. Hammond bedrooms. IV4 bath expendables PLYMOUTH 1955 2 dr. Station I $988 .,
spinet etc. wagon. radio heater & over Classic 4-dr "UV automatic (parts extra) std. transmission, one-owner -..
with tone cabinet. Bar- SEE drive. $130. Phone 37271'i i MOBILE HOMES air conditionedneater, power I I w.A. Ao.4.
gain $795. Gridley Music The Fabulous EASURAMA and PLYMOUTH. 1952. radio. neater steering like new In and out. : .a
Co. FR 2-5353. LEISURAMA 24 wide and 17 mileage. FEDERAL QUALITY $2395 61 "6" .. ".
good tires. good gas DODGE Sedan -
wide. Total cost of our con- Inspect Hoses and Clamps __wo...
S195. Call FR Torque$988
41-FI cabinet containing 1, V & tracts delivered and set up areless. Neat as a pin. I Mi. N. on 441 S Drain and Refill Radiator Flite, heater .. .
-4351 evenIngs.PONTIAC.
2. 4" speakers $10. also 1 14 AVOID future Heartaches I at City Limit Sign / COOLING \ S Inspect Radiator & L..
watt amp. with Inputs for magnetic get the REAL FACTS. 1955. two tone paint : CALL 3725113WE ,
t crystal phono t for an BRAD and DAD Larsen loaded with extras for M a i I 62 RAMBLERAmbassador 11 SYSTEM Pressure Cap '':'' '
FM tuner or tape recorder $15. Like to work and you'll benefit. week. Call Bill 172-374. H & H TRADE .H Test Thermostat 60 DODGE ,' 7
9-passenger sta. t
400. wide bucket p
FR. 4-4009. FOR ANYTHING f CHECK-UP wagon,
LAKE GENEVA Motors.RAMBLER. leal$. Automatic transmission Check Water Pump $988 ., *'-t'ra
tLOOR model speaker .cabinet MOBILE HOME SALES '58, 4-dr. HT. heater radio heater AIR CONDITIONED % INCLUDES Check Fan Belt std. trans., R&H, roof rack -.
containing 1_I" & 2-1' speakers 1 Mile S.E. of Keystone Heightson very good condition. All vinyl power steering power ---
$10 also 1 high-fidelity 14 route 100. Open evenings" and Interior. Ph. 376-7740 after 6p.m. steering power brakes like a.
watt HeathRlt amp. with' Inputsfor Sunday. BUY YOUR new. I I$2. ( I
both magnetic & crystal parts extra) I 60 RAMBLER, Sedan clean a

taos phone recorder& for an SIS.FM FR tuner 4-MfW or FOR lot. SALE 1 mile Trailer outside on City 100 x limits.ITT T mechanically- R 3. 1957 good.Mack new good top tires.radio MOBILE HOME I II $2295 I owner . . : . one$788: -

Phone FR 2-1075 after 5:30 or 4. heater. Low priced. FR From the WORLD'SLARGEST I .....
weekends. % 6-0525 all weekend 4 after 5 DEALER .
Automotive P. M. week days. J 62 RAMBLERCustom Performance Test 60 COMET Sedan clean one .
coiv Southern Mobile 4-dr. Sedan, automatic. .
77 Mobil Homes for Sal. VOLVO dillon PV clean 544, radio 1961.. a good, heater. Homes Brokers Inc: radio. power heater.steering air Individual conditioned -- $2.25 owner . . . . -- -

957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- S1025 FR 3727255.VOLKSWAGEN. 2200 South Dixie HighwayPh. reclining seats. A beautiful ( .
b GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent Air IF NECESSARY A '4
truck. Has been serviced 1963. AM-FM ra carlOPEN
type 629-4818 p
condition. Phone 372-4400 -
schedule wall tires. 60 FALCON, Sedan, two-tone,
completely on monthly dio. Seat belts. White
after 4 P.M. $1695
IBEY $700. FR 2-S461. Like new. $1.695. Call 372-6698. Ocala, FloridaPAINT -. tion S Evacuate nice . . . . . $688 .. .
THAT IMPULSE. Drive a CHEVY 56 *& ton pick-up new W.V. 1961. will trade older car for ..
little to e lot. Below market Charge System
paint, new tag. very good condition equity and take over payments.Call Check-Up -
Lake Geneva Trailer 8-8
clean. -
$545. See at Orange H'll FR 2-9324 or CR 5-2833; Leak Test
.Sales.. Rt. 100. SE KeystoneHts. Shell Serv. Stat. $lust So. of the ask for George. Meet our salesmen: Carl oQ. ...
Fla.WANTED county line on 441. Ph. 591-2811. Davenport. P. G. Holder .
Mcintosh. I JOB Elmer Miller. Clint Flem- $7.20parts POOLE-GABLE USED CARS ..'ee'6 rr

DODGE 59. Vi ton pick Up V __ ing and Albert Plant. ( extra) C3'INow.
body. low mileage. excellent I -
to purchase cond. FR 24107. I, ; )
from lot Spring Special I 61 VALIANT ( Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) ; .
private party .... .
automatic transmission Hawes-Powers ;
80 Tractors fir Truck Rentals Ur Sedan Motor Co.
for Apartment. Eco heater clean premium

nomical. 376-4167 car. 514 N. Main St. Tel. 372-4951 5I&r .
I RENT a truck one-way anywhere 95 $995 204 N. Main St. FR 2-2561
In the USA., from United Rent- 39 ..
Ails. 62S NW Bth Ave. FR 6-235. To Chevrolet i.,..

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"ATTENTION"Now I -passenger station wagon automatic -....
IJ radio heater low mileage .. .c z

Open to The Public ReachPeople HAWESPOWERS J I Nice$1395 HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.' Used Car Lot .P "'VI'\0,.

NEW and REPOSSESSED .i. .....4.


Catalina Station wagon. radio.lleat.r. .
automatic transmission,
"LOOK NEW" SINGER Body Shop III vinyl Interior.

wi Modem home '64 model ReadyTo <611< SW 3rd St. $895 WE'RE
fully automatic zig zag AUTOMATIC E.X.P.A.N.D.I.N.CiWe
does everything $7. mo. FR 2-0538
full balance due $88.00. ZIG ZAG 59 FORD
Country Squire --passenger

"A REAL BUY" Makes buttonholes sews FINE CARS station automatic wagon.transmission radIo. neater power are doubling our size. Right now we're remodeling, tearing down and get-
brakes. Factory
64 White zig zag makes on applique buttons, or monograms makes all Buy FAIR PRICES steering air conditioning. ting ready to pave the entire lot. This means we got to have room, so .

buttonholes., etc. Full fancy bal. $46.stitches fancy stitches. Sold for COURTEOUSSALESMEN $895 we got to move these cars. Some prices are cut to wholesale and others be- --- a".1
_ _ of$249.50$71.00 new.cash Small or pay- PROMPT No Down Payment low. If you don't like these low prices, then make us an offer! -


ZIGZAG 57 FORD wagon $395 FROM!
these qualities are 57 PLYMOUTH $395 OVER 60 CARS TO CHOOSE

|64 model does every'EW HOME Person standard at: 57 CHEVY wagon $595 -a'.
thing. Has drop in cams 59 RAMBLER wag. $595 ot4

for fancy stitches. $5.00a ELECTRICPORTABLE B&GMOTOR 55 CHEVY. 4-dr $295 63 NEW YORKER PS, PB, R&H, A/Cond., Automatic, new tires .... $3695 -J--......
month full balance due 59 OPEL Sedan $395

$52.00. To Many more to.choose from. 63 NEWPORT, 4-dr Hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, A/cond, Automatic ............ $2945 -., -.a'.

CO. 63 NEWPORT, 2-dr. hardtop PS, PB, R&H, A/Cond, Automatic ........ $3095 -J,
tachments.64 model 2-tone with all green.at- Person Authorized Oldsmobile Cadillac Dealer, RIDGWAYMOTOR 63' PLYMOUTH, Fury 4-dr. hardtop, ((2)) PS, PB, R&H, AT, A/cond. $2845 -...".

ZIG ZAGSemiautomatic due$6.00 552.00.erything. a mo.. Full balance New Cant CO. 63. RAMBLER, American 4-dr., Automatic, heater, 9,000 miles ............ $1395

does ev- FR 115 6-7515 S.E. lad St. 1132 S. Main St. 63 SAAB, 2-dr., 4-speed, radio, heater, like new............... ............ $1245

Small balance. $6.00 due a month.$40. WantAds Used Cam FR 2-8433 63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr., hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic, Air/Cond .... $4895

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14 Gainesville Sun Monday, March 23, 1964 ,

Reuther Blocks Ask Probe Nehru Makes Plea to Halt Rioting I II i ATTENTION! 1 II

Of Burns'
NEW DELHI, India AP) provoke new trouble between India Pakistan last December and refugees from East Pakistan are Cocktail LoungesBars
Prime Minister Nehru has and Pakistan. January and the flood of Hindu being moved to resettlementareas.
Bobby Backers MoveTAMPA urged Pakistan to join with India The 74-year-old Indian leader, refugees into India from the Hotels

.I ,Rights in measures to halt Moslem- still recovering from a mild.predominantly Moslem area, the Nanda said the governmentwas MOTELSRESTAURANTS
Hindu rioting which bas resulted stroke in January, urged imme sources said. doing everything possible to
WASHINGTON (AP) United 'convention, bringing his totalto (AP) -The NAACP in some 200 deaths in eastern diate talks between the' home The Indian government says protect Moslems and that "a
Auto Workers President 91 of the 655 required for has] called for federal investigation India. ministers of both nations as a 150,000 refugees from East .considerable number" of Moslem TAVERNSFor
Walter Reuther has blocked a nomination. Henry Cabot Lodge j of the action of Mayor Hay Nehru made the proposal in a first step in a joint effort to prevent Pakistan entered. India in the men, women and children I
move to have the union's con has' 14 votes all from New I don Burns of Jacksonville in private letter to Pakistani President further bloodshed. first 11 weeks of the year. Some had been removed to "safe All Your Glassware
vention pledge its support to Hampshire while 16 other that there wile Mohammed Ayub Khan on Ayub Khan has not yet repliedto Christians were in the exodus. areas." NEEDS CALL
Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedyfor delegates already picked are'warning Negroes Friday, informed sources dis- Nehru's overture, the sources Home Minister Gulzari Lai The bloodiest anti-Moslem rioting -
the Democratic vice presi- not committed. > on further civil rights dem- closed today. Nehru was described said.Nehru Nanda revealed in Parliamentthat in India last week took SPENCECHEMICAL
dential nomination. Goldwater's chief announced I onstrations. as greatly concernedthat described the rampages the number of dead had place in Rourkela, a steel town
Reuther quickly ruled out of rival for the nomination, New the religious disorders of Hindu mobs as a reactionto refused to In Orissa State where more SUPPLY CO.
Burns, who swore in 496 fire- risen to about 200. He
order such a motion Sunday by York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller might turn into massacres and! anti-Hindu rioting in East than 1,500 troops are on patrol
John M. McCarrell, presidentof gained final legislative :men as ,special police officers answer details questions of the,rioting explainingthat could amid an uneasy calm. At least FR 2-2186

the union's Pittsburgh, Pa., approval Saturday of his record ,Saturday night in a special tele- only incite further violence.He 53 persons were killed in Rour Deliver Within the Hour
Local 544.McCarrell's. $2.92-billion state budget vision broadcast, said: kela.
attempt came Attorneys for former White Today In History did say, however that
after the attorney general had House press secretary Pierre "Certain adults in recent days troops and police fired on mobson

accepted the UAWs "Social Salinger said they would ask have told some Negro youths 18 separate occasions, killing
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS his scientific to Afri- four persons and injuring 27. He
Justice Award" which was presented the California Supreme Courtto that their civil rights entitle By II expedition disorders IFYOOFSAMEQUAUT
posthumously to his late order the state's secretaryof them to force their presence at Today is Monday, March 23, I ca.In said in the belt were the occurr-east ,lCOM
brother President John F. Ken state to certify Salinger as certain hotels, restaurants and the 83rd day of 1964. There are. 1918, the Germans began !ing coast railroad a along which Hindu .
nedy. an eligible candidate for the other businesses. As mayor of 283 days left in the year. shelling Paris, 76 miles away.' + RE'.g ? ICES. ,

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