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

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88th Year; No. 224 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1964 .



-Grand Jury to Probe Election

II"i Race RiotingFlares McKINNEY Johnson Duncan Orders

By JEAN CARVER, Sun Staff Writer !
A grand jury investigation of reported violations in
JEAN CARVER War last week's city election was ordered this morning by I
Sun Staff Writer Big State Attorney T. E. (Ted) Duncan.

New Mayor Howard McKinney Duncan instructed Circuit Clerk J. B. Carmichael to ,
JacksonvilleJACKSONVILLE initiated his first City Commis- subpoena records from Registration Supervisor Mrs. Alma i
sion session last night with a- Urges Reason, Bethea's office, calling for a list
I Negro five-point statement outlining Not of books, records and docu
" youths estimated at more than 1,000 set fire today to a the goals of his administration. :_> AggressionWASHINGTON ments kept by the registrationoffice

car in which two news photographers and a newsman went AP) -President for the City of Gaines- .
He said the commission's biggest

to investigate continuing racial violence. task is safe and wise hand Johnson said today a gen- ville. rjr
\u'-s Hal Valentine, Associated Press photographer from Mi- ling of the $6 million capital "' v.4fYi.AJ.. eral war would be impossible in Mrs. Bethea refused commentto
I ami, Bart Parket, photographer this nuclear age, and that na- reporters late this morning.She Cry,
for the Jacksonville Journal improvements program. tions must follow "reasoned issued a brief statement,

. and Florida Times-Union, and McKinney said the "anti ua agreement instead of ready ag noting she would not comment I

I George Harmon, assistanteditor ted and conflicting" city char ):\. gression" in dealing with global further until she could discuss a: o I I
of the Journal, reported Burns Galls ter needs revision, noting he A'f.P:: problems. the matter with County Attorney
:. they were able to get out of the will soon announce a citizens Departing from his preparedtext Wayne Carlisle."I .
car and escape. committee to the charter in labor
study addressing a con- welcome the investigation,"
Harmon said several Negroes Violence'Political' and recommend changes. vention, Johnson said some people Mrs. Bethea said. "Other than
threw rocks and missiles at "This is a time for working, fa often urge him to send in that I have no comment to

them as they ran from the area not fighting." McKinney said troops when an internationalcrisis make. I certainly welcome I

I of New Station High School The campaign is behind us. flares. whatever may develop in get. ,
northwest of the downtown sec- We will have our differences "There may have been a ting the public informed about ;

tion.Valentine By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS but in open, candid and a genMcKINNEY time that the commander in the responsibilities of the super- LIF4
Parket and Harmon Gubernatorial candidate Hay tlemanly fashion." chief could order soldiers to visor. ;
returned to the rental car don Burns, Mayor of racially- The new mayor praised Bryon Winn, his predecessor, for his march," at the first sign of a Duncan issued this statement I
;', agency to report the incident, torn Jacksonville, has chargedthe leadership as mayor, particularly in the filed of race relations.He crisis, he said. announcing the investigation
I that his administration will the law main- But, he said, "The world has : I
got a new car and went back to violent demonstrations were pledged uphold "We have had reported to REISCHAUER
tain order and individual freedoms. changed and so has the methodof
: the troubled area. politically motived by candi- preserve this office alleged violations of I
dates opposing him in the McKinney called a reorganization meeting of the Bi-Racial dealing with disruptions of
f The late morning gathering governor's'race. the election laws in the recent
Committee for this afternoon.He peace. u.s.
S was a repetition of Monday city election, and we are begin- Envoy
asked all members of the committee to continue Mentioning some current
: adding :
'i ; when crowds of Negro youths At least one death has been ning an investigation of these I
himself and vice-mayor Ed Turlington to the original list. world trouble spots, Johnson II
banded together through several attributed to the rioting wellas in
4 as reports an effort to deter I
said he
McKinney cited a lack of communications between the mem- hoped some agreementcan To
the several JapanIs
sections of and serious
: city trou- injuries. mine if there is substantial
I be worked out with Panama any
bers of the last commission as "one of its major failings. -
ble mushroomed; throughout the Burns said the disturbances"are evidence of such violations.
: The
.over the Panama Canal dis
I He said he would schedule informal discussion sessions, opento
day.There obviously politically moti- the press and public, so commissioners could discuss their pute, and is hopeful that civil results of this investigation will StabbedTOKYO
were bottle throwingsand vated by other candidates for. views. strife on the island of Cyprus be submitted to a grand jury.
beatings and finally gunfire governor.? could soon be ended by The first step of the investigaion -
He called for increased work by commission committees and agree- (AP) A
s in which mentally
a Negro woman was
Fred 0. Dickinson of West assigned members of the commission to these five standing com- ment.In has been to subpoena all
t killed and three men were Palm Beach said that "the people mittees: Cuba, he said, a crisis was the relevant books and records deranged Japanese youth scaleda

wounded. of Jacksonville need leader- Finance-Jim Richardson, chairman, and Alan Sutherland averted 'when the water to the of the Supervisor of Registration six-foot wall at the U.s. Em- I

r, A gun fired from a passing shipnot rabble rousing, at this Real est McKinney, chairman, and Winn. __ Guantanamo naval base was for examination and bassy today and plunged a I
I car brought death to Johnnie time." cut off by Fidel Castro's re- study by this office." knife into the
1 Mae Chappell, 36, mother of Public works and transportation Winn, chairman, and Ed. Tur thigh of U.S. Am- i
"I feel Mayor Burns has donean lington. gime. He explained that Mrs. Bethea bassador Edwin 0. Reischauer '
several children. She was shot outrageous disservice to the Personnel-Turlington, chairman, and McKinney. This was done he said, "Not had been to his office at the as the diplomat was coming outa
as she walked along U.S. 1
*. northwest of the ,limits. city andall, Florida by injecting Public utilities-Sutherland, chairman, and Richardson. by a battalion of Marines bayonets court house this morning but door.
politics a a time when miseryand Instead we sent a sin- maintained that beyond his for
Two white men and 'a Negro gle admiral to cut it off." Reischauer, 53, underwent
fear are rampant in his over mal statement, "there will be no
; man were shot and wounded, city," Dickinson added. By cutting off the water line comment from my office about surgery and doctors said that
none seriously. into the U.S. Naval Base, John- this investigation." barring complications the 3%-
I The shootings and at least 10 Reaffirm SewerAssessment inch deep wound inflicted
son said, "A source of danger He did note that the investigation by a
fire bombings came while a parade six-inch blade should be healedin
City had been removed. The naval
ReadyTo is concerned with the
of young Negroes went before only two weeks.
I is now being supplied with records, no the outcome of lastTuesday's
City Judge John Santora water by tankers. An embassy attache said the

I and, in most cases, headed for Act On PolicyCity Speaking of Viet Nam, John Duncan said city election.his office began ambassador is "in good shape.He .
fines and terms will be all "
$25 seven-day a4 son said divergent voices urge right.
1 the city prison farm. TI various courses such as broadening receiving complaints about The ambassador himself dictated -
Virtually all the 140 defend- Bond Sale Commissioners last night ably require consideration by the war against Commu the election last Thursday.See a statement from his bed
stood by their policy of full sew- the commission ( ELECTION on Page 2))
ants, arrested during a day i -, as an adjustment nist guerrillas, more appease- deploring "the sad fact that
hit and-run demonstrations and er assessments in the West board.In there are unfortunate
; ment or even retreat.
1 Urged to act
defiance of police orders to disperse immediately Gainesville Sewer Project, de other action last night Util- Missile ShotIs anced persons in all the world."
t were charged with unlawful finance necessary, ,the City Commission spite of petition from Wesmore- ities Director John Kelly' told (See JOHNSON on Page 2)) The assailant, Norikazu Shio-
; assembly. committee was scheduled land subdivision residents protesting the commission that two years tani, 19, was captured immedi-
meet this
More than 80 juveniles also morning to consider double payment. negotiations with WestinghouseCorp. Asks FailureCAPE ately after the attack by quick-
the StrongerU.
sale of the
were taken into custody. Those million city's $6 Richard'Hiers presented the was concluded recently thinking John Ferchak, 39, an
whose parents came for them '-capital"* improvementsbonds. petition, noting that property with an offer of a $70,227 settle- S. Protest KENNEDY, Fla. AP) official in the embassy's commercial
were handed over. owners originally paid for installing ment in anti > trust action by The second stage of a two-stage section. He pushed Shi-
The place where the violence Mayor Howard McKinney told the subdivision sewer the city against the corpora- WASHINGTON (AP) -Rep. Thor-Delata missile failed to otani to the floor and forced the

first flared is an ancient two- the committee the commissionwas system termed unusable for the tion.Kelly Edward Gurney, R-Fla., says ignite today, ruining the second knife from his hand.
I story wooden building in a Ne ready to meet on immediate city's sewer project in west said the negotiations revolved the Johnson administration flight test of an Asset research Police said Shiotanl was mentally
t gro section which houses a campaign notice if they felt the sale shouldbe Gainesville."We around the 1961 conviction should protest more strongly the vehicle. The flight was designedto deranged and had no pol-

,l sub-headquarters of Mayor arranged as quickly as poss- have already paid for of Westinghouse, and sev- shooting down of an Air Force test techniques for ma- itical motive for attacking the
Haydon Burns. He is one of ible.Finance one sewer system and now eral other large corporations of plane over East Germany. neuverable astronaut vehiclesof popular, Japanese-speaking dip
six Democrats seeking the nomination Officer Oar e n c e we're being asked to pay for a antitrust violations by the US. Calling handling of the last the future. lomat, who was appointed by
r j' for governor in May. O'Neill and City Attorney Osee second system at the full priceof Dept: of Justice. 0 month's plane incident a "fla- The rocket knifed upwardsat President Kennedy in 1961.
A fire there Monday night was Fagan advised the commissionlast three dollars a foot," he City purchases from West. grant appeasement," Gurney 7:15 ajn. EST) and officials Japan expressed its dismayover
i the result of rags piled at the night that the present bond noted. inghouse from 1956 to 1959 were said "our planes are being shot said the thor-delta performedwell the incident. Premier Ha-

,I rear of the building and ignited, market has dipped, creating an Members of the commission involved in the settlement, down on a regular basis. We during the burning time of yato Ikeda cabled regrets to
firemen said. Damage was estimated unstable sale condition. noted that the situation was thoroughly which was taken under advise- apologize, then call it a closed the first stage. A few minutes President Johnson.See .
t. at $200. Sunday night, O'Neill said the financial ad- aired last summer, resulting (See SEWER on Page 2) issue.. later, they announced that the ( JAPAN on Page 2)
"' three kerosene filled bottles visor from Pierce, Wulbern and in a recommendationfrom

'I were smashed against the build- Murphey Corp., advised the the city attorney based on

ing but flames only scorched commission to delay authorizing consulting engineering studies ; '
the structure. the sale set for April 15 for a that the property owners be as- Air Crash Inquiry ,I Iki1Ied
: Negroes were aroused againstthe week so that market can be sessed on the basis of benefits Opens ,

mayor by a message he delivered studied. received from the sewer tie-in.
on television and radio Commissioner Jim Richardson The property owners were told
I Saturday night pledging to halt chairman of the finance to present any new evidence By.HAROLD RUMMEL 10 persons last month. tives will have a chance to question The hearing was scheduled to
selective sit-in demonstrationsat committee, advised the commis- about their assessments to City Son Staff Writer The probe was set to start at the witnesses. open this afternoon with a general .

downtown restaurants and sion to consider an immediatesale Manager Bill Green. Federal flying officials went 1:30 p.m. in the East Courtroomof The FAA and airline groupsare statement on the crash by
hotels which have not inte- if a review shows that the Green said he has received into closed session here this the Courthouse.It's included in the hearing be- McWhorter. He also was slated

grated.See market is likely .to continue several complaints about incor- morning to prepare for a public conducted by the Civil cause they're parties to the ac- to submit all exhibits turned up t
( JAX on Page 2)) dropping. rect assessments that will prob- probe of the plane crash that Aeronautics Board. cident FAA as an i n vestiga- .during, his investigation for the i ifficlal
tive regulative a g e n and r..mrtf.
cy ---- -----
"We want to find the exact
South Central as owner of the Those scheduled
to testify include
II!r Serious9 After cause prevent of the future crash tragedies and try," to a ill-fated plane.Listening Ronald L. Lake, Gaines-

MacArthur Surgery spokesman said. to all the questionsand ville manager for South Central

Officials connected with the answers will be a four-man ; University Air Service representatives
board of inquiry.The Mrs. JoAnn H. Ro-
I WASHINGTON (AP) General ing was detected and four hours hearing nearly fill the space in Honorable Chan Gurney, a well Furnie S. Bryant and Jim-
of the Army Douglas Mac- later surgery was begun.At front of the bar in the East former and D.
t General Has OperationAfter U. S. Senator nowa my Kelly; Sperry employes
Arthur was reported in serious the 'outset it Courtroom. There are CAB men, Sanford
} was dis member of the Civil Aeronau- E. Ritch Jr. and Rich-
JI condition today. covered that the bleeding was Federal Aviation Agency representatives tics Board, is chairman of the ard J. Schiffli;
The 84-year-old general un- Internal Bleedingthe from ruptured veins in the and South Central inquiry group and will presideover South Central pilot Thomas F.

derwent emergency surgery esophagus, the tube which car- Airlines men. the bearing. Dobbs; the airline's chief pilot
Monday night at Walter Reed ries food from the throat to the During the course of the bearing Sitting with Gurney will be John B. Fincher; South Cen-
Hospital.This MacArthur's family was at emergency operation.But stomach. Bleeding there is con- which is expected to last Leon H. Tanguay, director of (See CRASH on Page Z)
forenoon Walter Reed the hospital- in the general's doctors reported shortly nected sometimes with an en- three days, each group will havea the CAB's Bureau of Safety;
spokesmen passed on this report suite. afterward that he was holdingup largement of the spleen, and chance: to question more than Charles L. King, an attorney in i
I from Brig. Gen. Henry S. The general has an openingin well. that abdominal organ was re 20 witnesses. the CAB's office of general WHERETO
Murphy, hospital commandant: his windpipe to aid in breath- The, six-hour emergency oper- moved. A tube was passed into Each witness is knowledgeablein counsel, and Claude M. Schon- !
"He (MacArthur) Is cognizantof ing, and a tube through his ation was performed Monday at the esophagus to control bleed, some way about the South berger of the CAB's Hearingand i
his surroundings. He is talk- ,esophagus to' retard bleeding Walter Reed Army Medical Cen ing in that area. Central crash at municipal air- Reports Division in the Bureau FIND IT ;
Ing. But he is seriously Ill." there. ter where the general had been The spleen is not necessary to1 of Safety. .

The general remains in the o Col. Edward Ji: Costello, chief making a satisfactory recovery life, but if diseased can threaten port.Eye witnesses were to testi- The four-man technical panelis Comics ..... . 10
recovery room where "all facilities of information activities, said from a March 6 gall bladder life. It produces white blood fy first today. made up of John L. McWhor- Classified . 11.13 ""
for intense care are "as of now his postoperative operation. His progress had cells: stores red blood cells and They'll be questioned first'bya ter, the CAB's i n v e stigator in Entertainment 5 ".
available," the hospital spokesman recovery has been good." been so good that early dis appears to have some' role' in four-man technical panel from charge of the crash here, and Obituaries . 2
said. Asked what this MacArthur, who is 84, received charge was contemplated.At the body's disease fighting the CAB's Safety Investigation three others who worked here. Opinion Page . 4
meant, he agreed that it was 16 pints of blood in trans- 6 a.m. Monday, the hospital mPl'h"niflTl Division. The others are Jess R. Crook- Sports . . 8,9

where life-supporting equipmentwas fusions in connection:,with in- reported,, severe upper The two chief surgeons were, When the panel finishes,-FAA shanks, John H. King and Women's . 5
,immediately available. ternal bleeding which required gastro intestinal hemorrhag- (See MACARTHUR oa Page 2) and South Central representa Francis Mosher Jr. i I

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-[L O'Neill Play Violence in Jax Tax Return \

, : Holy Week r : Weather Roundup Speeded Up i

' : Slated By Income tax refunds are ret *
'I : MassesSclieluled turning sooner this year thaa

t. .. 1: Adds Fuel to Campaign last, according to Laurie W.

UF GroupUniversity Tomlinson, district director of
: internal revene.
, .. of Florida's Florida Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack ion appearance at Tampa that lead me to make," he said. "To The speedy returns are attributable .

( The Holy Week schedules.'at ZONES will Eugene-sonville cancelled most of his the citizens were interested in do so, however, might easily in- to a move advanced au.
:i Players governorship the Jacksonville situation. tensions in Jacksonvilleand
campaigning crease .
St. Patrick's Catholic Church BCDEFG-Partly tomatic data processing
: O'Neill's "The Great God system
( Tuesday to stay in his city and About half the callers all Florida."
telephone over
I 704 NE First St., and at the cloudy and mild through Jrown" in Norman Hall Auditorium and pre-addressed incometax
I"* 2 St. Augustine Chapel the Catholic Wednesday. Low tonight in m March 25 through 28. keep an exe on racial troubles. to his question-answer program Fred Karl of Daytona Beach forms being used this
4\ Other candidates for the asked of the Gov. Farris in
questions urged Bryant
I student center at 1738 60s, high Wednesday around a' i O'Neil's play is a powerful year.
80. East and uuIsU\ same office, however, were 'Jacksonville situation."I a telegram to help settle the Tomlinson said
t. :W. University Ave., will include south 8 to 15 and imaginative treatment of taxpayerswere
regular and special masses as mile winds. the human mind employing busy seeking the eyes and ears i suspect I could gain conflict, and he criticized Mayor assured prompt, accurate "
a of the voters. votes by making comments of Burns and Sen. John Mathews,
I of their returns if
= handling
well as confessions. which the characters they
masks in
A Mostly cloudy and mild : Fred O. Dickinson of West the inclination might also of Jacksonville for what
type ,
k my
It- : Mass will be said at St. Patrick's through Wednesday. scattered show : U disguise their true thoughts and used the pre-addressed tax
= ers and a few thundershowers. Low Palm Beach found in a televis- he called "an obvious breakdown forms.
tomorrow and Thursday tonight 52 to 62. high Wednesday 68 feelings. "
: =at 7 a.m., with a Solemn Massin to 74. H" fd Featured in Director Rich-, in communications. If the taxpayers get help in
HI Partly cloudy and mild Scott Kelly of Lakeland con-
commemoration of the start through Wednesday. Low tonight In ard Mason's production of! More About preparing their taxes, they
More AboutJax tinued to hit hard at them for
60s. high Wednesday 85. East and should furnish the ad-
:of Holy Eucharist also planned "The Great God Brown" will pre -
v southeast. 8 to U mile winds.
the increases in
-for Holy Thursday. JK Partly cloudy and mild be Mike Beistle as Billy Brown; repealing dressd form to the person aid.
: The Good will through Wednesday. Low tonightaround i tag taxes. ing them, he added.
mass on Sandra Scales as Margaret
70. high Wednesday 82. STP \ ,, ; "Florida motorists have fallen
-be a solemn liturgical function, East and southeast 10 to 18 mile Jerry Rhodes portraying Dion JapanFrom
winds. to the big
prey spenders, Carol Estates
:adoration of the cross and Holy GAINESVILLE WEATHER Anthony; and Sara Jo Edlin as
and the increase made
Communion, at 3 p.m. Scheduled Airport readings Cybel. Page
t ...._.. Low Prtcip Municipal Page 1 necessary by the extravaganceof Meeting Set
-at St. Patrick's for Holy Saturday Miami Ja.cksonvm.............. 73 68 71 57 for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Tickets can be purchased this H. F. Branch, assistant police the big spenders," he said.
the Easter Vigil, blessIng ............ Residents of Carol Estates
: are Tampa 75 64 High 74 at 3 p.m., low 56 at week from 1 to 5 p.m. at ,
Atlanta .. .... 65 45 Shiotani is myopic-or near chief, said groups of Negroes "I anticipate they will try to
of the Paschal Candle, baptisms -New Orleans; :::::. 67 63 5 No rain. the Information Booth across Pine Forest and Highland Courtare
: Boston _............. 47 p.m. sighted. He was described as a began congregating in down- alibi their way out of shouldering
: Solemn Mass and Holy New York .......... 53 37 29 I from the Hub, on campus, orat crusader on behalf of near town Hemming Park in mid- any responsibility for it. holding a special meeting tonight -
-Communion. Those who attend ..........
I Washington 56 35 ALMANAC the Record Bar West University at 7:30: at Metcalfe Ele-
Chicago .............. 55 48 .02 sighted women. Police said he morning Monday, and police But the record is clear.
this mass satisfy their obligation -Denver ............ 38 16 .05 Sunset today............ I:43 p.m. Ave. Reservations may be tried fire moved them along several times and the mentary School.
to attend Sunday mass. Ft. Worth ....... 70 60 Sunrise tomorrow ....... 6:27 am. of Florida to set to a building at "Big spenders pres-
Los ....... ....... made. University The meeting has been calledto
Angeles 53 42 1.00. but without arrests. administration
Moonset 5.15 making ent
t tomorrow a.m. the U.S. Embassy earlier this any cooperatedto
Holy Saturday will also be a Seattle' .. ........... 51 :34LEDiR Full Moon .. ....... March 27 students are admitted free. plans to fight the
: day of fast and partial abstinence The star. Regulus. seen near the year in order to call attentionto When the number grew to pressure the legislators into map proposed
: KC1 TIDES Moon tonight. Is 84 light years from High school students 55 cents; re-zoning of property ad-
his it. I stood
crusade. He was releasedat about 350, Branch said officers passing
until midnight. Wednesday-High at 12:57 p.m. Low at the Earth or nearly 10 times as far admission 80 cents.
St. Patrick's will hear con 6:32 am. and 6:" p.m. away as Sirius. general the time for lack of evidence, warned them to leave or be ar firm against it and will fight jacent to the residential areas
sold at the
Tickets will be either
fessions Wednesday at 7 pm, but admitted the arson attempt rested. Those who didn't leave for repeal of the increase as for a shopping center or
and Saturday from 4 to 5 p.m. More About during questioning today, police were taken into custody, he governor.". a multiple housing unit.
John Mathews Attorney Richard Wilson, whois
said. campaigningat
and 7 to 8 p.m.
I There will be no confessions at MacArthur Overtime said.Reischauer was given blood I Some of those who left congre- Crestview, said that he representing the protest

either St. Patricks or the St. transfusions to compensate for gated again at a Negro housing didn't think much of the talk group, said, "The Plan Board

I I Augustine Chapel on Holy Thurs- heavy loss of blood. It was i development several blocks of Northwest Florida becominga has ignored the rights and reQuests

day or Good Friday. From Page 1 Parkers feared for a time that a miss away, but the group was broken part of Alabama. of the people and have

.4 : Masses at the St. Augustine ing tip from the knife blade up with more arrests. ,done as they pleased instead."

Chapel will be held at 6:30 ajn. Lt. Gen. Leonard D. Heaton,i there were. fears that Mac- might be lodged in his thigh, II Then groups of Negroes start- More About
Dr. McNicoll
;and 5 p.m. tomorrow and Thurs- the Army's surgeon general,I Arthur, who holds the five-star Save $$$$ but Xrays did not show it. ed going through Negro schools,

day and on Good Friday at 5, and Lt. Col Thomas J. WhelanJr. rank of general of the Army, 1 The action by Ferchak may gaining in size, Branch said. Gets Peru Post

! p.m. will be a solemn liturgical I They were the chief surgeons was suffering from cancer. His Overtime parkers downtownare I have saved the ambassador's I The largest number of arrests CrashFrom

function, adoration of the cross also in the March operation in face was yellowed by jandiceand saving about $350 a week life. came at that stage. Dr. Robert E. McNicoll, 3805
and Holy Communion. There will his tall]] frame was gaunt SW 2nd Ave., has been appointed
which the gall bladder, packed courtesy of the city's trial courtesy Page 1
be no exercises at the student with gall stones, was removed. because of loss of weight. parking director of the Peruvian-North-
I center. on Holy Saturday. Before the earlier operation I Extensive exploration of the City Manager Bill Green told @bttuaritLOUISE tral Pres. Sam Coester; FAA American Cultural Institute in

Confession will be heard to- i abdominal area showed no signof the City Commission last night I inspectors Roger R. Jones, TomE. Cuzco, Peru, effective April 1.

morrow at 5 p.m. the disease and it was reported during the first two weeks of Mobley Jr., Constant V. Lub- Dr. McNicoll, who left
More AboutJohnson I itch, Sherman Tinkham and Gainesville March 21 for Peru,
that no further surgery was the trial program, 1,518 courtesy WILLIAMS CHARLES BUCHWALD I
contemplated.In tickets I Charles M. Carrier, all of St. was formerly general editor of
issued for
were a5minute Funeral for
services Charles
SchoolsTo of Inter-Aemirc
I Funeral services for Mrs. Lou- Petersburg
a tracheotomy an incisionis margin of overt i m e Max Buchwald, 54, of 329 SE
Studies, which he had edited
ise N. Williams, 77, who died William H. Conrad, presidentof
I made in the throat near the parking downtown.The 70th St., will be held in Williams- since 1959.
Sunday at her home in Jacksonville Airline Inc. in Miami
base of the neck and the patient program is designed to Thomas at 2 Training -
Chapel Wednesday
\ Close this afternoon in Oak He will be joined by Mrs. Mc
1'1 I were Henry C. Faller, chief of
k From Page 1 obtains air through that open- encourage downtown shoppingand Vale Cemetery near Williston.Mrs. p.m. He died Monday. Rev. Lon- the FAA's engineering and manufacturing Nicoll and their three childrenat

I City and county publuic schoo Johnson said "We stand readyto ing. draw attention to the city'soffstreet Will iams' survivors include I lie Dobbs will conduct the serv- district office in Miami the end of the school year.
parking areas.
I will be closed March 27 help the Vietnamese pre a daughter, Mrs. David ; -- -
II Friday ,I IceS.Burial
More About During the two week period,
will be at the Ever Woodirful relief from
their .
and Monday, March 30. serve independence 108 on-street violation tickets Stryker of Gainesville. Robert F. LeSuer, an FAA test

.J j P. K. Yonge will be closed ,and keep them from being" engulfed were written and there were I' green: Richard Cemetery.Pearson Pallbearersare Linn pilot; Ben H. Brauchler of B & I lASTHMAattacks
Good but will by Communism. Election EUGENE ADKINS B Aircraft in Fort Lauderdale,
only Friday, recess 92 offlstreet tickets. Davis Alex James I ind paraqrims
Johnson, speaking before the and A. L. Matthews
i I for a "students' Spring holiday Green said reaction to the an author- USEDr.Cvld's
Eugene Adkins, 59, of 730 NW 'Zorn. Raymond Crews and Clayton -
B i din i and Construction
u g ized inspector for the Associated STUB Umbra
April 6-10, according to far communica.tions
I program as as 10th
Ave., died yesterday at the Minier.
Trades of the AFL- From 1 Asthmatic
Department Aviation Cifiritttt ir Cenpund
Page Enterprises in Miami.
J. B. Hannum, principal. The CIO said: to his office have been University of Slorida Hospital Surviving relatives include: -- ..J
school's faculty will be attend- The state attorney said it "right nil."
"We are the most powerful after a short illness. Mrs. Loretta M. Buchwald, wife;
ing the national tea c her's would be premature to estimate Before the program was be- Mrs. Anna Wolters Buchwald,
I nation in the world and we can Funeral will
(ASCD) convention in Miami afford to be patient. ." how long it would take his staffto gun, the city issued between be announced arrangements later by Williams- St. Charles, IlL, mother; Bar SHOES by AdamsFirst
the week. investigate the complaints.He 600 and 800 violation tickets
I But, he added, power brings a Thomas Funeral Home. bara June Davis, Starke; Sharon -
St. Patrick's Catholic School obligation "And the people of said the grand jury will be week. Diane Davis, Gainesville; in Quality, first in style

will close at noon on Holy Thursday -the world expect more from the empaneled with the new court ROBERTIASON Harold Davis, Gainesville; Robert -

I March 26, and reconvene strongest nation on earth than term in April. More,! About Service for Robert C. Mason, Buchwald, Tampa, chil- lowest in prices $4.95-$10.95

: Tuesday, March 31. just a show of brute force." II Records subpoenaed from the 57, who died of a heart at- dren; Mrs. Emma Slaten, St.

No special Easter programs On the domestic front, John- ,registration office include: tack at his home yesterday, Charles, Ill., Mrs. Alice Pearce COMMUNITY SHOE

.; are planned by public or parochial -son asked the building' trades A list of the names and addresses SewerFrom will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Geneva, Ill., sisters. SHOP

., schools except egg hunts for unions to help vanquish unemployment -' of all deputy supervisors the Williams Thomas Chapel.

.1 elementary school children on poverty and "their and registration officers appointed Mason, who lived at 3300 LULA HUTTO S o .

\t L" Holy Thursday. I ancient ally]] -discrimination." by Mrs. Bethea within Page IiI NW 18th Ave., was a retired STARKE Lula Ritter Hut. Men'sWomen's HOSIERYin

the last 10 months. bookkeeper and a lifelong resident -to, 81, died in Bradford County
/: Important Announcement The oath of office taken by I ment by the city commission of Gainesville. He was a Hospital Monday night after a latest colors and shades at low, low prices
l .I ,last
each deputy supervisor and reg- .
member of the First Baptist short illness.
STORES istration officer. I Kelly noted that the corpora- in .
\ to LIQUOR Church. She was born Orangeburg,;

The registration rolls for all !tion officials were completely The service will be officiatedby S. C., and had lived here for i We repair, re-tan dye and polish all shoes ,

RECENTLY FLORIDA LAW HELD A BAR OWNER Gainesville precincts. cooperative in the negotiationsand the Rev. Fred Laughon. Burial -40 years. She' was a member of

LIABLE TO THE TUNE OF $15,000 WHERE DRINKS All memorandum hlips for registering the city has maintained a will be in Evergreen Ceme. the First Methodist Church. 735 N.W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-9354

SERVED A YOUNG MAN SHORTLY BEFORE AN for the March 17 city "wonderful relationship" with Survivors include four daugh-
ACCIDENT. This can be covered by "Dram ShopLiability" election.All the firm for years. Survivors include his wife ters, Mrs. Edna Wells, Mrs. -

t which we are able to provide. Standard memorandum slips for re- He recommended acceptingthe Gertrude Prince Mason and one Carolyn Redgrave and Mrs. .

I liability does not cover such a loss. pertaining to the county registration corporation's terms, with nephew, John R. Mason. Shellie Gerle, all of Starke, Feel Like
to be issued in three
books which includes the payment Pallbearers are Angus Merr-!and Mrs. Garnita Parker, Cocoa
city precinct registrations.Any credit memos between now and ; two sons, liver P.,
itt; Holt Howard, Bert Ames
Haythorne Insurance Agency copies or duplicates of 1966.In other action the commission H. H. Parrish, Cecil Gracy, Starke, and Tillman, Jackson. a
any of the lists, documents or Malcolm L. Fordham and H. ville; a sister, Mrs. Mabel Bro-
J 107 N. Main St. FR 2-1433 reappointed Harold Bedellto brother i TexasMillionaire
books kept or maintained by the Wayne Hill.FRED. gna, Charleston, S. C.; a
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDASHOP Supervisor of Registration. the Plan Board, approved four E. P. Ritter, Hamlet, N.C.;
i zoning changes and denied a six grandchildren and two
I I beer license request to a nonconforming DAVIDSON
Gainesville Sun II great grandchildren.
I I grocery store in a CHIEFLAND Fred T. Davidson Funeral services will be in YOU CAN

Published evenings except I I residential area. 71, a prominent Chief- the Starke First Method is t
Saturday and Sunday morn- land resident and former Levy Church at 2 p.m. Thursday with t

QUALITY ings by Company the Gainesville at 101 Publishing SE- Latin Lecture County commissioner, died unexpectedly -the pastor, Rev. John Brab-- !F61L SAVE up to

I Shop Service 2nd Place. Gainesville Florida at his home last ham, officiating. Burial will be )
and entered as second class night. in Crosby Lake Cemetery. De-
matter at the Post Office at At UF TodayDr. $250 by
Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION He was a native of Andrews Witt C. Jones is in charge.

t; Shop Tech TVMAGNAVOX RATES BY Victor Alba, the well- S. C., and had spent ..S- filing

CARRIER OR MAIL known Spanish author and editor most of'his life in Chiefland' EDITH PARKE your

will present a lecture on I He was a Mason and a Shriner MELROSE Mrs. Edith
1 Week .45
3 Mot. $5.85 "Contemporary Problems of and served Levy County as Dawson Parke, Lake Santa Fe,

: All mail subscriptions must Latin America" at the University -'a county commissioner for 12 died Monday after an extended HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONBefore

be paid in advance. of Florida today at 8 p.m. years. illness.
; I STEREQ TELEVISION COLOR TVx in Room 403 of the Main Li Survivors include his widow Born in Streeter, Illinois, she
Member of Audit Bureau of resident for the
122 N.W. 16th Are. Phone FR 2-0433 ,I Circulation. brary.Dr. i Clero, of Chiefland; a son, F was a Melrose. April 1st
/ Alba is the editor of the T. Davidson Jr. of Chiefland; last 12 years.
All material contained herein Is influential bi Services will be in Aurora, With J. PIERCE SMITH Tax Assessor
the property of the Gainesville monthly magazine -two daughters, Mrs. J. W. Geiger County
Publishing Company (c) 1964. Reproduction "Panoramas", published in I1L, with burial in SpringLake
: I In whole or in part Is Jacksonville, and Mrs. Nathan -
I strictly forbidden without the written Mexico City. Dr. Alba is the Turner, Tampa; two sis Cemetery in Aurora.
permission of the publisher. include a sister,
author of numerous books on Survivors
ters Mrs. Essa Gould Dade
L YOU'RE Latin ,America "A I G. Junkins of Aurora Attention Growers
t INVITED I including City, and Mrs. Leila Walker, Mrs. Hoyt :
TO ATTEND I History of Communism in Lat Jacksonville; and six gr ndchil-I and several nieces and ne

A FREE DINNER! in America," and""Militarismin dren. phews. AN ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO tI
Latin America. Funeral Home

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ANNUAL MEETING of Your C. P. Dressier various evening,classes Dr. Alba and will visit address with Funeral in charge Chapel of arrangements.of Chiefland is I t PHONE FR 2-1449 just east of the city limits on the north side of High

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i ill .. One Act of Compassion on; Calvary ENJOY. FLORIDA LIVING IN A

r, The time arrived for the nailIng FLORIDA Swimming Pool
L I I any of the Apostles except John towers of the .palace of Herodto
) of Christ's body to the
I f 1 cross on Calvary. This act of The Last Hours of had recovered sufficiently from the right. by Rivers Construction
i''r- I the executioners is described in Jesus I their fright to watch even from Out beyond, where the hill I Co.
I a distance we do not know. Per-
all its cruelty in the second sloped southward, and there-. A
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"The Last Hours of Jesus." where he had eaten the Last FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
; crippled whom Christ had helped -
Supper with his Apostles. Out t
giving mute testimony now
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against the blue sky, was the! Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
I. Once Calvary had been selected Jesus was crucified facing the Mount of Olives. I NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING
for the crucifixion of Je- road which led from the I
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Last Words" and their. WITH
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other two up the slopes of the ... ; srO. before him were the highway, Last.KISER'S

I'\, hillock and selected the spot '' the moat and city wall, and,
at which each of the crosses rising beyond it, the west hill Office Equipment About 75% of all electrical appliances are bought
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work of crucifixion began, occurred 1
one of the few incidentsof
compassion and of human

decency during the Passion of Gzt" A 3i ,j4'J' : : :
Christ. St. Mark informs us
that "they gave him wine to : .

drink mixed with myrrh; but
he did not take it." ((15:23): ) ". The four soldiers appointed to the task proceeded with the work of attach-
1 1 j This mixture of wine and ing Christ to the cross." (Reproduction from an old etching.)

myrrh was well known and
" liked by the ancients. They with its victim nailed to it had ing on a cross the King of the Apostles John and James. (If

I thought that it had a narcotic to be raised and attached to the Jews. this is true, St. John was the

, effect, capable of dulling the upright of the cross. The chief priests decided that nephew of the Mother of Jesus.) : .. ?
; senses and thus lessening pain. Present also were Mary hk.h
Unless it done this
was carefully, was more than they couldor
The custom of giving such a the crucified would be torn loose should bear and organizeda Magdalen and Mary of Cleo-
I drink to those condemned to phas, who was probably the one
and the nailing have to delegation of their number to
1 die was Jewish, not Roman. It referred to also as the motherof
be done over. Two soldiers return to the praetorium and
had its in the James the Less and of Jos-
probably origin
. grasped the ends of the beam petition Pilate to change the
Book of Proverbs: "Give strong and a third probably took holdof inscription to read: "He said, eph.That
drink to them that sad and .
are Jesus by the waist, and all I am the King of the Jews. is all the information we
wine to them that are grievedin .: uJ'e.;
lifted together until. he was on have about the friends Jesus .,: KiX.inX:v:' ;
mind. Let them drink and Pilate made short shrift of ry,, .
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his feet. saw before him as he looked \ 'y.x' a'.k R 'C. a ?\ 'a .
forget their want and remem- them. With an imperious wave
ber their sorrow no more." Jesus was then made to stand of his hand, he dismissed them down from the cross. Whether

,' ((31:6-7)) I with his back to the upright of with the laconic remark: "WhatI WATCH OUT FOR 4
There can be little doubt that, the cross. The two soldiers who have written, I have written."
I it was the women whom Christ had held the crossbeam took
addressed as "daughters of Je I forked poles or strong pieces of Once Jesus had been elevatedon

;, rusalem" who now offered wood, placed them underneaththe the cross, he must have look- ., ..,' >: ... ,..4-.jf,.; ;' .', tt Ma.: .. .. .
: him this further mark of com- crossbeam, and pushed up- ed at the scene below and }'%s''{''aAk.a:. r .b.i. :-: : a ?: < :>i\: :":: i, }i-1.r: '> ">':' "': \> :"-1 :<:,':: : ." ,, ;

passion and d e v 0 t f ion. Not ward. As they did, a third soldier -around him. Right below him,
I ,/ being allowed to mount the little again grasped Jesus and on the crest of the hillock where Where aiv,2Rr.x.0..isaa.ww"fwx"iw''av:4vmvws.'YOrus&>.:can, ..'you ,:.see>the+wa.ri.newSkylark...s..a+.:;oaN.swwks.ai.wsvnww.Sports, Wagon? Right'here. Right now... :.

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crucifixion were going peg in the middle of the uprightand were the soldiers who had just INSPECTION
the crossbeam settled into finished the work of crucifixion.In .
I on, they passed the drink to
the soldiers, who offered it to the socket prepared for it. the little space between the ,
Jesus. Once this was done, a soldier hillock and the highway, and cZ!t 703 N. MAIN STREET GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
To show his appreciation of pressed Jesus' feet against the all about in the surrounding gar
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the drink put it to his lips, nail through each. Jesus was Some were actively hostile to
and tasted it, but refused to now nailed firmly to the woodof Jesus, especially those who had

drink it In his agony in the the cross.It listened to him willingly but felt
Garden of Gethsemani, he had is not difficult to imaginethe now that he was a deceiver. ;f
voluntarily accepted his Pas- frightful pain that the nail- t

sion and all the sufferings it ing and shaking about must Many were Indifferent but x .
t implied. have caused Jesus. Except for went along with popular senti-

., The first act of the execu- some little relief from the wooden ment and curried favor with the

t tioners was to find a spot for seat in the upright, the en- rulers by showing hostility to I

I the upright beam of each of tire weight of his body restedon Jesus. Others were there simplyout
I the three crosses. It was necessary fresh wounds in his hands of morbid curosity and had '

to fix it several feet in and feet. no doubt that all three crucifiedwere ..

I the ground so that it would not And this was only a beginningof getting what they deserved. 0 yR y ., .

.I' sway or fall under the weightof the frightful torture that was .

the crucified. to go on increasing in agony for Looking down from his cross, \ .t. ,
of the little three hours. f. .
The flat surface Jesus could ,,7f -
t see others too 4
soldiers While we think it more likely : -
; hillock was rocky, but the friends, disciples, and relatives. t.:
I had no great difficulty in that Christ was crucified in the

I finding three places where they manner we have described, this First among them was Mary;
could plant the crosses solidlyin is not altogether certain. It is the Mother of Jesus. Then there

the ground. Once they were possible that the crossbeam and was her sister, who was prob- .3 .Y !

'' set up they packed earth and upright were already fitted together ably Salome the mother of the ,: A f ,y
stones around them to give to form a cross, and that yVg fKSC w xJ
added Christ was nailed to it on the ..
them solidity. y y ..
t While this was going on, Jesus I ground in the manner ordinarily TodayIn
f was stripped of his gar pictured by artists. Once he was ,
I ments. Was he stripped entirely nailed to the cross, it was ele- ,

; naked? That question can vated into position.It HistoryBy > A
I not be answered with certain- is also possible that the :
executioners first set the entire Planningahead
is strong likelihoodthat cross firmly in the ground and

Jesus was allowed to retain then lifted Jesus up on it i in sucha Today is Tuesday, March 24, ki x w.

a loincloth of some sort way that he straddled the peg the 84th day of 1964. There are
when he was stripped of his that served as a seat in the 282 days left in the year. S
I In They then bound him
garments. interpreting ancient upright. S
texts, we must bear in securely with cords and after- Today's highlight In history: to
\, mind that in both Greek and ward nailed him to the cross. On this date in 1882, Henry 1 Ksi' y serve

Latin the word "naked" can Then they removed the cords. Wadsworth Longfellow died.
mean relative as well as com- This method of crucifixion Longfellow belongs to that golden dip %

plete n a k e dness. The word would not be difficult with a age of American poetry in : Y" ty youbetter 1

could be used for instance, of low cross, but the cross on which which Oliver Wendell Holmes, : a ifrw Y .
one clothed only in his under- Jesus died was high. James Russell Lowell, Ralph craw3.c T
garments. Furthermore, the That Christ was crucified on Waldo Emerson and others
Jews had a well developedsense a high cross (crux sublimis) appears -gave the world some of its ; zy New and improved petroleum

of modesty and an abhorrence evident from an incident most beautiful verse.
products. Better fuels for
9 .1 of public nakedness. which happened later. When On this date .

;i I It is to be noted that, con- Jesus said, "I thirst," a soldier In 1783, Spain recognized the Y business and industry. These :

trary to Roman practice, Jesus dipped a sponge into the sharp, independence of the United '< -
was clothed again after ordinary wine the soldiers were States.In are the South's 1964

,; the scourging. Since the con- drinking and put it to Jesus' 1855, Andrew Mellon -ambassador .: a, dividends from America's
cession was made then, it was mouth.To to Great Britain and :r :
\ probably made later at Cal- do this he had to use a of the kti
secretary treasurywas tI )S : most modern oil refinery- :
: vary. spear. If the cross had not been born.

Once the upright of the cross high, he could easily have done In 1915 a Turkish army was (fr-, a recently opened by Standard : .
had been set up firmly in the this with his hand. I formed to guard the Dardanelles. -
ground and the victim strippedof While Jesus was being crucified -' Oil at Pascagoula. More ..

his garments, the four exactly the same procedure -! In 1941, the Britannia, carry- I xt designed
powerful gasolines- :
soldiers appointed to the task was being followed for the ing 480 soldiers and other pas-
with the work of at- crucifixion of two robbers. All
proceeded sunk Ger- l.1 to betterPerformance
II sengers, was by a give you :
taching Christ to the cross. four Evangelists note the fact man warship. There were 77 u
The crossbeam had been that two robbers were crucified survivors.In b,, A and increaseu.
thrown on the ground near the with Jesus and add the .detail 1945, the British 2nd and yf
I I upright. Jesus was made to that Jesus' cross was erectedin the U.S. 9th armies crossed the mileage-are almost ready .
I lie down on his back so that the middle as if he were the Rhine. ?.
his shoulders rested on the greatest malefactor of the three. Ten years ago President for you to test in your car. :

middle of the beam and his As soon as Jesus had been Dwight D. Eisenhower said the You'll find them soon

i arms stretched out along it. attached firmly to the cross by files of the FBI never would be
A soldier reckoned the exact his hands and feet, a soldier released to congressional com- h. Iter wherever you see the

spot where one of Jesus' hands raised a ladder, mounted it, and mittees while he was presidentFive ..
would fit and then dug a hole nailed immediately above Je Standard Oil sign.we .
I years ago Iraq an-
in the wood with an awl so that sus' head the placard for which nounced its withdrawal from .

the nail would pierce it more Pilate had dictated the wordingand the Baghdad pact linking it ...
easily. While another held the which he had had inscribedin 4Wa' : .
with Pakistan Iran
Britain ..... feme uouer can of car
.. ,
wrist and hand of Jesus firmly Hebrew (Aramaic), Latin, and Turkey.One ""' ''. -"
against the wood he'then and Greek. I Three Ken- ,./ '.
drove a nail with quick sharp The crowd surged forward a tucky year Derby ago nominees were '. '. ..
blows of the hammer look at it STANDARDOIL
through to get a diedin "
among the 15 horses which .. .. ..
Jesus, hand and into the wood. and passers-by stopped on the a three-alarm fire at ... ,AI .,.
Then one of the soldiers pulled road to look up and read it: Churchill Downs.A .
Jesus' free arm out to its full "Jesus of Nazareth the Kingof '
length on the other side of the Jews."

beam and the same process of The Gentiles who read it must fA

nailing was repeated. have chuckled and joked among sunspot Is a great vortex of 1" '
Then began one of the most themselves at the obvious sar- gas on the sun's _surface. One a .l'.

delicate and difficult parts of casm. It was really a fine bit spot seen in 1947 measured 200 1 .
the crucifixion.: The crossbeam of irony to label this man hang-, 000 miles in diameter. \

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I! > 4 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, March 24 1954 "

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J it : %ii RICHARD WILSON him in a position to bid for son in a television interviewthat end visit wit. his ailing father, I
JOHJJ B. HARRISON. President ..d Chief the presidential nominationif he did not think Attor- former ambassador Joseph P.
( __ PBbtuhers PAT JOHNSON.COWLES.Tie Tl*President. Pre.l- SOUTHByRALPH] Cowles Washington Bureau President Johnson should be ney General Kennedy shouldbe Kennedy.TilE .

t deat>.. EsecBtiT ED EdJUu W. G. (sw>)> WASHINGTON, D. C. A incapacitated and unable to openly seeking the vice RATHER cool attitudeof
Beautiful EBER3OLE. \lt Pre lde.t ..* Ad- new Kennedy wing of the accept the nomination or l>e presidential nomination, that tr attorr- gener
t "'. University City TCrtlsinf DireeUrt BOB. TARTAG-. McGILL Democratic Party appears to the candidate in the next six Kennedy told him he was .ot this whole matter is also a
LIONE. Viet Prnideat .d Cip ml FaUtiri Prize Winnie PafcUshtr be It centers months. doing so and Mr. Johnson took matter for comment. What he
Of the AlUnU, (Ga.) CBslittMB emerging.
;:' tine H.r" around the two Kennedy Any such aim is disavowedand him at his word. But this expressed has not said is given more
.. :: THE SUN'S POLICY brothers and former staff Attorney General Kenne- attitude of the Presi- weight than what he has s. id

SmallCollege members of President JohnF. dy has made moves to call off dent has not dampened the He says he does not know
: ..,; 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Kennedy. any attempts to keep him in enthusiasts who want to push what he is going to do except
,, 2. I tpreis; the opinions of the Sun in-but only tn-editorials; .
.1; .r! 3 ;: General Robert F. the forefront of political spec- Robert F. Kennedy for the that he will probably get
3. Publish alt sides of important controversial issues. .,' Attorney after
: V Kennedy and Sen. EdwardM. ulation. vice presidency.It out as attorneygeneral
:: The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 .. Kennedy are at the heartof Lying behind all this, how- is commonly said that t the election. But this is not
Want Ads-376-4672 the Kennedy faction. For- ever, is the clear indicationthat such a campaign confronts a:.npanied by the usual flatter .
mer White House Press Secre- the Kennedy people are Johnson with offending the }' of a president so often
with the name of Kennedy or picking a expected from a loyal supporter.
ff retary Pierre Salinger, as a not entirely happy
I ) Federal Pay Increases PlightIn candidate for the Senate in accession of President John- running mate who was one of Kennedy shows the same

California, is an important ad- son because he has in so many the most controversial mem- independence of spirit in pol-

J President Johnson has not given A new bill introduced in the junct. different respects departed bers of the Kennedy adminis-. itical matters as his slain
5 the past three years, according The Kennedy ring extendsto from the tone of PresidentKennedy's tration. brother. All this contributesto
i that will a House provides no increase at all for
up hope Congress pass to a report 13 small other areas, including Iowa, administration.This the atmosphere of detach-
pay raise bill at the present session. representatives and senators but colleges have closed their where a Kennedy staff mem- is found in Mr. Johnson's SOME SAY that polls show ment from Mr. Johnson.

The House has defeated such a bill, gives substantial pay raises to a wide doors. In the same period ber, John Culver, is a candidate attitude toward the business Mr. Johnson is already so r p- There was no doubt about

I one that included a $10,000-a-year range of high-level officials, includ- three private universities, for the House, and to community and his open wooing ular politically that he need the annoyance of Mr. John

salary increase for members of Con- ing cabinet members, deputy and two rather large (Buffalo and New Hampshire, New York, of it, in his attitudes on not be influenced by those son with the New Hampshire
Houston) and a smaller one, California, Pennsylvania 1 i certain aspects of foreign policy who wish to push the attorney campaign organized by Ken-
gress-from 522,500 to $32,500. This under-secretaries, heads of principal Wichita Falls forward nedyite Paul Corbin and Gov
Midwestern at where independent moves and is his complete general as a memorial -
was a case of election year jitters, services, judges, etc. Other increasesare Texas, have been taken into have been made for Attorney departure from the more ad- to his assassinated bro John King which threatenedto

not an exercise in humility and self- stipulated for civil service and state ownership and direction. General Kennedy for vice vanced economic ideas of the ther.The show Kennedy was more
disparagement.Now postal workers. Steel another report notes president.THIS Kennedy administration. sudden resignation of popular in this state than
that 10 small colleges and Salinger to run for the Senatein President Jolinson.

professional schools have FACTION comes com THE STORIES of the disap- California was under circumstances The Kennedy people have
the President asks Congress There are difficulties in store for which increase said that Corbin cannot be controlled -
t merged in the past three yearsin pete with braintrusters writers pointment of Robert F. Ken-
to try again, even if it must excludea this bill. Many of the new salaries larger institutions. college professors and nedy with the nomination of the present speculation. that he is a maverick

pay raise for itself. We agree with would exceed those paid members of There is a steady increase in others who have withdrawnand Mr. Johnson as vice presidentare Salinger went to the Justice former emploje of the democratic -

him that "It is false economy to Congress, a fact not likely to ease public education totals. Today will withdraw in the future being revived in Washington Department to discuss his on- National Committeewho
of the students discussion. Ac- didacy with Edwin O. Guth- was hard to get along
the 40 per cent are from the Johnson admin- political
offer salaries that will attract the bill's passage. Prolonged in-fight-
in private colleges and uni istration. counts have been published by man, the attorney general's with. But it remains the fact
mediocre and repel the talented. If ing over the civil rights bill may versities. Educators estimate Careful explanations are old Kennedy friends that JohnF. press aide, a day before he that Corbin and the attorney

the federal government is to recruit prove to be another adverse factor. that by 1985 there will be only made that this is no organi- Kennedy had not expectedMr. announced he was quiting. general have had very close
and hold officials of outstanding about 20 per cent enrolled in zed faction and that there is Johnson to accept the vice Guthman denied suggestionsthat relations in the past, notwith-

competence in top policy positions, it But the pay increases are plainly such institutions. The private no rift with President Johnson. presidential nomination in Salinger wanted to rally standing Corbin's reputationas
and have 1960 but had offered it to him Kennedy support in Californiato a political troublemaker.Some .
college university Political observers think the ,
must offer comparable to that needed and President Johnson
pay says
important roles to play. The circumstances point to a different only to permit him to turn it back the attorney generalfor of the attorney gener-
received in private industry. But the that cent required for themis al's friends describe him
every small college has much to conclusion and that the down. Stories are told also the vice presidential nomination as
gap between federal and private pay included in his budget for the offer, but some of them face group will be drawn together that Robert F. Kennedy con- still dazed and grieving over
scales has been growing, rather than next fiscal year. Congress should the problem of survival. around Robert F. Kennedy's sidered the nomination of his Another topic of conversa- the murder of his brother,

lessening, and the President properly not hesitate to enact them at the SIDNEY G. TICKTON of obvious deta c h men t from brother for president to be tion was the failure of Attor- and that this accounts for
President Johnson. his happiest day at the 1960 ney General Kennedy to at- the seeming uncertainties in
: considers this a matter of serious present session.Wallace's the Fund for Advancement of This is a strange kind of convention and the nominationof tend a Democratic fund raising the situation.But .

Z concern. Education (of the Ford Foun- detachment for the effect of Johnson to be on his un- dinner last week where in any case it is clear
dation), who has made a studyin that the influence
= President Johnson spoke. This Kennedy in
1'1'1' in the happiest day.
it is to place Kennedy
this area, finds there is of bringing All this discussion has been was a gathering of the John- the Democratic Party has not
Wisconsin Bid "real cause for worry about position his own nomination for heightened by the rather dir- son faithful, but the attorney faded out and may grow from
some 500 institutions that are ect remarks of President John- general went away far a week- here on.
'l vice president. Or, it keeps
I l- This year's presidential I primariesmay It is hard for us to believe that not in the strong prestige
N such tactic will be used. A group." Mr. Tickton is opti-
a widely
: produce no stranger spectacle
mistic, but he includes a substantial
heavy vote for Wallace might an- By ln'"I<""li ON THE RIGHT =
I' than the campaign for votes being "if. If there is not BELOW OLYMPUS 1
I r noy the Democrats, but much more realistic planning, then there I f .y
waged in Wisconsin by Alabama'sGov.
: :
important, it would be a black eye will be more small colleges .
,J : George Wallace. The notion that for the entire state. closing their doors. Those that I De Gaulle .. :

: Wallace can seriously threaten Gov. are able to lay out a programto ,1.
take advantage of the tremendous < N
John Reynolds, the favorite son can- We can't imagine that many Wisconsin increase in the number -

e,\ : didate, in the Democratic presidential voters, whatever their party of young persons who al- I 1 In Mexico

: primary April 7 is sheerest fait affiliations, are eager to give aid ready are knocking on doors N

:_ tasy. Yet Reynolds himself predicts and comfort to the, Alabama ,governor for admission will survive. I
Conservative estimates in- ; By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY
: that the Alabaman may roll up 100- or to support his racist, segrega-
dicate that the number of students -
t 000 votes out of a possible 700,000 tionist views. Wallace says he will likely to be enrolled in Americans are looking rue- as there was none shown

a,, and there is at least one hint that be satisfied if he picks up 5,000 colleges and universities will y fully across the Rio Grandeat for Rome by those who en-

some Republicans may vote for votes in Wisconsin. It would be a double in the next 10 to the reception being givento joyed the pax Romanus, or

t Wallace as a means of embarrassing credit to the state if he got even 12 years, triple in 20 to --qtr Ie grand Charles. It is for Britain, by those who enjoyed -
25 years, and continue up- to her In Mexico
:1' the Democrats. fewer. inadequate compensation peace. ,
ward for substantial period
{ remind i ourselves that as we are the Colossus of the
r r thereafter barring, of
I I II course, war or some disasterof much, perhaps even more, North, the predatory vulgarians -
-I great magnitude. The num- was done for John Kennedya who took over the hem-

Voice of the People ber now enrolled is just over couple of years ago. For isphere by brute force. They .

1 four million. Kennedy the t r i umph was teach their children to hon-
O r.
JESSE HOBSON, former di- 1 personal, not national: he or the differences between

Oii The Sun's rector of the Stanford Re- was feted because of his ourselves and themselves-
===== Opinion Page 1
search Foundation, has esti- looks and
princely good manner -
Naci ia frontera
en aca
; Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters mated that by the year 2,000, and because of his wife's
I mutt be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should just 36 years from now there feminine radiance. He d't&te lado. Por mas que la
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The will be between 15 and 25 million Id+"res Al v.c"If s was genie me juzgue texano. Yo
j Sun reserves the right to reject any letter ar to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or students enrolled in insti- not mistaken for the Macho
i intent. aseguro, que soy mexi-
tutions of higher education in before the Peloponnesian the Mexicans see in de
I you'd been around cano "I was born on
Many HelpedBeautification erously presented the enor- scape Architect in Don Morgan this country. If the birth rate War the whole history of the world would have Gaulle, who has treated the
the border this side
over on
mous rocks necessary to com- the County Commission continues at about its present United States with the solemn
1 plete the final plans, and mov- asked if there were some way rate, that figure is conservative been different of it. And however much I ,
and skillsof
ed them into position'wit i h in which the services of both exhilarating am suspected of being Tex- f
EDITOR, Sun: Since there the finest matador work-
have been many questions directed heavy equipment.Then governing bodies could be "As enrollments increase," an. I can assure you, my t
to me concerning "Who ..theCounty. Commission utilized. An agreement was Mr. Tickton notes, "a great Washington Memo ing the fiercest bull. One- friends, I am truly a Mexi-
is responsible for the improve- and the Hospital reached by which the City variety of students can be ex- two three-four-five passes can" and any time we \1
ments and plantings on the Trustees, with an eye to the Parks and Playgrounds Dept. pected to knock on the doorsof with his cape, and the mat- demonstrate our fallibilities,
Alachua General Hospital future, had purchased the would provide the labor nec- colleges and universities. From the Cowles Washington Bureau ador can step up to the whether in a sports arena,
grounds and adjacent parkinglot adjoining land for use as a essary to plant and maintainthe They can't all be students with dazed bull and tweak him on or a battlefield, or at the
I would appreciate the parking lot. There were many area if the plants could College Board scores in ex- OLD HOME WEEK: Reminiscing about political conven- the nose. The crowd goes diplomatic gaming tables, the
publication of this letter to trees on this lot, and when the be purchased by the County cess of 600. They can't all be tions Rep. Mike Kirwin, D-Ohio, came up with the story of his mad! Latin American heart is glad.
clarify the situation. first plans for paving were Commission and the Gaines- persons who are expected to hotel suite in Los Angeles during the 1960 Democratic shindig.As De Gaulle is one of the
In 1959. when the new ad- submitted to the County Commission ville Garden Club, Inc., and go into graduate education or chairman of the House Democratic Campaign committee, greatest bull workers in THERE IS a sense in which
o I dition to the hospital was un- they called for the arrangements were made for the professions. Bluntly, they Mike rated a fine suite, right in front of the hotel, overlooking and history. Nobody mite knows this is an utterly obvious '!
der construction, The Gainesville complete removal of all exist the purchase of these plants. can't all be students who are Pershing: Square, a park infested by soap box orators it. how it happened that the pJ-enomenon, which would be
Garden Club. Inc., became ing trees. The Gainesville The landscape designs were intellectually oriented. A large tramps. The site was noisy, but the congressman enjoyed leader of a relatively small of no concern to the truly
Garden Club Inc. immed- drawn by :Mr. :Morgan, and kinds of when he out of work in Los Angeles, ;
a member of the Sears- number of other students Reason: In 1909, was and e t e r nally quarrelsome mature nation that knows ;
Roebuck "Hands" program. iately protested this proposal, the city' agreed to begin pav- mean to go to college, he used to sleep on a bench in Pershing Square. country in Western Europe, something about human psy-
of the for the fine old oaks on this ing the street along the side can afford to go to college, .
r By way explanation, fountainhead of rationalist political chology. No one loves the big
property had been in ex- of the parking lot. The light- and be expected to to few nights Dan Kimball,
Sears Foundation or Commu- can go NEW HISTORY: At dinner a ago manias, militarily impotent guy. The most he can hope
,nity Improvement Fund, gives istence for an estimated cen- ing installations were pur- college. If the private institu- president of Aerojet-General and once secretary of the Navy historically inglorious for is respect. Unfortunately,
the Gainesville Garden Club, tury.The. chased by the Board of Coun- tions don't provide for them, under Harry S. Truman, was seated beside A Irs. Earl Warren, during the past century, dem- we do not have that. And
Inc., $400 per year as a grant board of County Com- ty Commissioners, and installed the public institutions wilt But wife of the chief justice. He told her that in 1950, when War- ocratically ban k rupt, Com- one of the reasons why we
i to assist them in helping to missioners Sidney Martin, by the City of Gaines- private institutions can provide ren was seeking reelection as California's Republican governor munist infiltrated from top do not have it, is becausewe
E '}beautify the city of Gaines- G. M. Davis, Jack Durrance, ville. by tailoring their offer- a group of Democrats offered Kimball complete financial to bottom, torn in two by the pine for love. What laces
I ville.U Edgar Johnson and Claude The Gainesville Card e n ings to the needs of the students support for his campaign if he would run against Warren. Algerian issue, insouciant toward de Gaulle's victory in Mexico
-The new hospital groundswere Brandon, and County Health Club, Inc., would like to ex- who are coming." Kimball said he asked Mr. Truman for advice, which, was as the fate of her own is the gloomy watch up- j
in need of planting, but Orficer Dr. Edward Byrne, press its sincere thanks to the AN EDUCATED guess is follows: "Listen, Earl Warren is the most honest and the citizens in Algeria: how the on it by our State Department -
some sort of master landscape City Parks and Playgrounds fine cooperation of the pres- that the small college will best public servant in this country and you'd be doing a great leader of such a power should The fact that we care i
design was necessary Superintendent M. E. Liddon, ent Board of County Commis- cease to be as small as it now disservice if you ran against him. Besides he'd beat your tail occupy, suddenly the centerof so much adds to the prevailing -
before this could be accom- and Mrs. Flake A. Parker, sioners, who have supportedtheir is. There is a body of evidencenow off." (Mrs. Warren said she'd never heard the story, and the W 0 r 1 d's diplomaticstage. felicity in Mexico. If
plished. The Gainesville Gar- "Hands" chairman from the requests to preservesome that indicates that the Kimball said he'd never told it to Warren.) we did not care at all, if t i
den Club, Inc., contacted Dr. Garden Club toured the of the natural beautyof average college with less than instead we went about our f
John V. Watkins at the UF parking lot on a very hot and this area and offered their 1,000 students win find it in- SMOKEY SOAP: The Forrest Service normally collects THE TRICK of course, is business as leader of the i

and asked if his students in dusty day, examined each assistance in many projects; creasingly difficult to remain about $25,000 a year in royalties from concerns peddling to sass the United States, aft- Free World and desisted
ornamentalhorticultui e tree individually and selectedthe to Mr. Bill Green, City Manager solvent. By 1977, the estimated sweat shirts and teddy bears and the like with the Smokey er making very sure that long enough from worldopinion 'I'
might be interested in doing trees which were healthy and Mr. M. E. Liddon, enrollment figure for solvencyis Bear fire prevention symbol on them. This year it will collectan the United States will makeit smooching to do our proper -
such a plan as a part of their and could be preserved. Then for his sincere efforts to beau- about 1,500. additional $20,000 from a soap company that is packing its possible for you to do so. job in the West, de Gaulle j
course requirements. This f the County Commissioners directed tify Gainesville, and to the Some of the changes comingin bubble bath goo in a container shaped like Smokey Bear. De Gaulle is free to iroper- and the Mexicans could en- \
was received enthusiastically that a new paving plan "Hands" fund for their ever education, especially to the ialize in Mexico because the act their tinsel impudences ito
and a panel of judges was be drawn up to include the present help in behalf of the smaller colleges, will be in the NATIVE TONGUE: Our spy in Puerto Rico reports that United States Air Force guar their hearts' contentand
chosen to select the two best trees. 93 "sister cities" throughoutthe area of better utilization of there's a good deal of interest at present in preserving the antees the security of we could go ho humming
: plans, submitted. Prizes were Representatives of the southeastern region who existing resources. We may purity of the language, what with a large number of residents France; and Mexico is free about our business.De .
offered from the first "Hands" Gainesville Garden Club, Inc., participate in this grant expect to see, for example, returning after years in the U.s. and no longer being to whoop it up with the bull-
grant, and the two students and the Alachua General Hos- This has been a fine ex- classes offered from 8:00 ajn. able to speak acceptable Spanish. One newspaper is conduct- killer because in 1815, back Gaulle, then, has all
selected were honored al a pital Auxiliary consulted with ample of community cooper- to 10:00 p.m., five days a ing a course in Spanish, giving daily examples of proper when we were a small country the glamor of the bullkiller,
luncheon and presented with the County Commission repre- ation and concentrated efforton week, and a half day on Satur- useage. Including a recent one: "Deseo un sandwich de gaman but a great nation, we with however this ironic disadvantage -
i their prizes. sentatives to decide what sort the part of all participants, day. The school "year"' will y queso translation: I want a ham and cheese sandwich. served notice on the European which attests to
Mr. Joseph M. Crevasse Jr. of beautification could be over a period of five years... be 11-and-a-half months. Small (Note: Our spy couldn't think of a good Spanish word for powers that they were to the diminished perceptions of
our sheriff, donated his efforts done on this parking lot. No who acted not as "indivi- colleges will be using televis- sandwich either.) get out of this hemisphere: the Mexican audience. It is
to combine the best parts of one desired a flat asphalt de- duals".but as a group of ion, audio-visual devices, programmed with the result, in due course, true that the United Statescan
: both plans and the final landscape sert, and the needs of the "plain folks," doing their learning and other, and after many tribulations, be dangerous and deadly.But .
design was decided up- people who would be comingto best to add beauty as well as new teaching techniques.There IA.t. that Mexico became free. it is also true that we
: on. The plantings and the the hospital were,taken into improve areas in our fine city. will be plenty of students And remains free today-and hardly ever are. that we
plants around the new addition consideration. Drinking foun- Our grateful thanks to eachof able to pay tuition. The I.9t.P4Jtk .. R.Cht this is of course true'about have the disposition of a Fer
were supplied by Cre- tains and benches were included them. future of the small college, every nation in the world dinand. What truly sophisticated
;'asses with the assistance of in the requests. MRS. FLAKE A PARKER Tickton concludes, "depends oclc 43'i because we will it so. audience will cheer a 1
the_"Hands" fund. Mr. W. E. Then since the City of "Hands" ChIn., Gainesville on their ability to serve this VI Lu j bullfighter for outwitting, o; .
Whitehurst, of Williston, gen- Gainesville had a fine Land- Garden Club, Inc. market. But there is no gratitude, out-macho-ing Ferdinand" i
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.ll! afUtsuil1t Sun THE t The Drive Behind BobbyBy I

\ RICHARD WILSON him in a position to bid for son in a television interview end visit wit;. his ailing father
... ..
I JOHN .. UAEk'SOY. Pre.U 4Publishers
Chief the presidential nominationif that he did not think Attor- former ambassador Joseph P.
Bureau President Johnson should be General Kennedy shouldbe .
> }} eats ED JOHNSON. Tie Pre,M .t Cowles Washington ney Kennedy.THE
; tad ExeeatiTC Editor W. G. (Bill) WASHINGTON, D. C. A incapacitated and unable to openly seeking the vice RATHER cool attitudeof

w._ Beautiful I t KBEBSOLE. Viet President wad Ad- new Kennedy wing of the accept the nomination or be presidential nomination, that Uattor.. *y gener
; i i University City '1 TCHUIac Director BOB TAKTAG- RALPH lcGILLPlilhau Democratic Party appears to the candidate in the next six Kennedy told him he was ot this whole matter is also a
4 .....:_. LIOXE... Manlier.Tie Preside.a.d the AtUaU.Prix WinD Ga.)JI,c.tI..u.PmbhtberOf be emerging. It centers months. doing so and Mr. Johnson took matter for comment. What he
: around the two Kennedy Any such aim is disavowedand him at his word. But this ex- has not said is given more

.-- THE SUN'S POLICY brothers and former staff Attorney General Kenne- pressed attitude of the Presi- weight than what he has srid.

SmallCollege members of President JohnF. dy has made moves to call off dent has not dampened the He says he does not know
., I 1. the fully and impartially in the news columns.
Report news
=- Kennedy. any attempts to keep him in enthusiasts who want to push what he is going to do ex-
t 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editoriais
.. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.'s Attorney General Robert F. the forefront of political spec- Robert F. Kennedy for the cept that he will probably get
Kennedy and Sen. EdwardM. ulation. vice presidency.It out as attorney general after

: telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Kennedy are at the heartof Lying behind all this, however is commonly said that the election. But this is not

::.. Want Ads-376-4672 the Kennedy faction. For- is the clear indicationthat such a campaign confronts axwipanied by the usual flat-

: mer White House Press Secre- the Kennedy people are Johnson with offending the tery of a president so often

retary Pierre Salinger, as a not entirely happy with the name of Kennedy or picking a expected from a loyal supporter. -

: Federal Pay Increases PlightIn candidate. for the Senate in accession of President John- running mate who was one of Kennedy shows the same

California, is an important adjunct son because he has in so many the most controversial mem- independence of spirit in political -

President Johnson has not given A new bill introduced in the different respects departed' bers of the Kennedy adminis- matters as his slain
1 the past three according tration. brother. All this contributesto
years The Kennedy ring extendsto from the tone of President
; House all for
hope that Congress will pass a provides no increase at
: up to 13 small the of detach-
a report other areas, including Iowa, Kennedy's administ rat ion. atmosphere
:.=. pay raise bill at the present session. representatives and senators but colleges have closed their where a Kennedy staff mem- This is found in Mr. Johnson's SOME SAY that polls show ment from Mr. Johnson.

The House has defeated such a bill, gives substantial pay raises to a wide doors. In the same period ber, John Culver, is a candi- attitude toward the business Mr. Johnson is already so pp- There was no doubt about

..- one. that included a $10,000-a-year range of high-level officials, includ- three private universities, date for the House, and to community and his open wooing ular politically that he need the annoyance of Mr. Johnson -

.-salary.- increase for members of Congress ing cabinet members, deputy and two rather large (Buffalo and New Hampshire, New York, of it, in his attitudes on not be influenced by those with the New Hampshire

:.. to '$32,500. This under-secretaries, heads of principal Houston) and a smaller one, California, Pennsylvaniawhere certain aspects of foreign policy who wish to push the attorney campaign organized by Kenned'ite -
from $22,500
: Midwestern, at Wichita Falls, independent moves and is his complete general forward as a mem- Paul Corbin and GoV.

: was a case of election year jitters, services, judges, etc. Other increasesare Texas, have been taken into have been made for Attorney departure from the more ad- orial to his assassinated bro- John King, which threatenedto

.: not an exercise in humility and self- stipulated for civil service and state ownership and direction. General Kennedy for vice vanced economic ideas of the ther.The show Kennedy was more

: disparagement. postal workers. Steel another report notes president.THIS Kennedy administration.THE sudden resignation of popular in this state than
that 10 small colleges and Salinger to run for the Senatein President Johnson.

professional schools have FACTION com- STORIES of the disappointment California was under circumstances The Kennedy people have
There difficulties for
asks in
Now the President Congress are .store in the three which increase said that Corbin cannot be
merged past years pete with braintrusters, writers of Robert F. Ken- controlled -
to try again, even if it must exclude this bill. Many of the new salaries in larger institutions. college professors and nedy with the nomination of the present speculation. that he is a maverick

":: a pay raise for itself. We agree with would exceed those paid members of There is a steady increase in others who have withdrawnand Mr. Johnson as vice presidentare Salinger went to the Justice former employe of the democratic -

t .; him that "It is false economy to Congress, a fact not likely to ease public education totals. Today will withdraw in the future being revived in Washington Department to discuss his an- National Committeewho

.-; offer salaries that will attract the the bill's passage. Prolonged infighting 40 per cent of the students are from the Johnson admin- political discussion. Accounts didacy with Edwin 0. Guth- was hard to get along
in private colleges and uni istration. have been published by man, the attorney general's with. But it remains the fact
: and the talented. If the civil bill
mediocre repel over rights
may versities. Educators estimate Careful explanations are old Kennedy friends that JohnF. press aide, a day before he that Corbin and the attorney

.: the federal government is to recruit prove to be another adverse factor. that by 1985 there will be only made that this is no organi- Kennedy had not expectedMr. announced he was quiting. general have had very close

: and hold officials of outstanding about 20 per cent enrolled in zed faction and that there is Johnson to accept the vice Guthman denied suggestionsthat relations in the past notwith-

I competence in top policy positions, it But the pay increases are plainly such institutions. The private no rift with President Johnson. presidential nomination in Salinger wanted to rally standing Corbin's reputationas

"' must offer pay comparable to that needed and President Johnson says college and university have Political observers think the 1960, but had offered it to him Kennedy support in Californiato a political troublemaker.Some .
important rojes to play. The circumstances point to a different only to permit him to turn it back the attorney generalfor of the attorney gener-
"received in private industry. But the that every cent required for themis small college has much to conclusion and that the down. Stories are told also the vice presidential nom al's friends describe him as

I gap between federal and private pay included in his budget for the offer, but some of them face group will be drawn together that Robert F. Kennedy con- ination. still dazed and grieving over

.: scales has been growing, rather than next fiscal year. Congress should the problem of survival. around Robert F. Kennedy's sidered the nomination of his Another topic of conversa- the murder of his brother

lessening, and the President properly not hesitate to enact them at the SIDNEY TICKTON of obvious detachment from brother for president to be tion was the failure of Attor- and that this accounts for
General to at- the seeming uncertainties in
at the 1960 Kennedy
Johnson. his happiest day ney
considers this of serious session. President
matter present
a the Fund for Advancement of
tend Democratic fund rais- the situation.But .
This is a strange kind of convention and the nominationof a
concern. Education (of the Ford Foun- ing dinner last week where in it is clear
detachment, for the effect of Johnson to be on his un- any case
dation), who has made a studyin in the happiest day. President Johnson spoke. This that the Kennedy influence in
it is to place Kennedy
== this area, finds there is All this discussion has been was a gathering of the John- the Democratic Party has not
of bringing
position pressurefor
I Wallace's Wisconsin Bid "real cause for worry about his own nomination for heightened by the rather dir- son faithful, but the attorney faded out and may grow from
some 500 institutions that are went far weekK. here .
John- general a on.annual
Or it ect remarks of President away
not in the strong prestige vice president. keeps __ _. -
This year's presidential primaries It is hard for us to believe that The & u Conference ;
Mr. Tickton is D. Cnilos, president of the
: may produce no stranger spectacle such a tactic will be widely used. A mistic group., but he includes a opti-sub- Methodist Men will meet tomorrow :I "Orange State Recreation Asso-

: than the campaign for votes being heavy vote for Wallace might an- stantial "if." If there is not COLORED NEWSl 7:30 p.m. James Stew ciation" which will cover a four-

noy the Democrats, but much more realistic planning, then there art, president. Choir No. 1 will day period from Wednesday, !i
: waged in Wisconsin by Alabama'sGov. Thursday' March 25
have its on through 28 inclusivelyat
important, it would be a black eye will be more small colleges B. F. Childs, Colored
Wallace. The notion that 7:30 J. C. Rawls, presi- the University Inn Motel.
: George
closing their doors. Those that The Woman's'Society
for the entire state. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. day, 7:30: p.m.
dent Richard Parker, organist.The The
: Wallace can seriously threaten Gov. are able to lay out a programto Pleasant Methodist -I of Christian Service will ; supervisor of community I.
Joint East recreation Harold
Acosta, is ex }
take advantage of the tremendous 7:30 Mrs.
: John Reynolds, the favorite son can- "'e can't imagine that many Wisconsin increase in the num- mid-week_ Prayer Service to- meet tomorrow, p.m. with the Ministerial Alliance, tending an invitation to the public I,

: didate, in the Democratic presidential voters, whatever their partyaffiliations ber of young persons who already and the Masonic Lodge will be to lend its interest and support

: primary April 7 is sheerest fan are eager to give aid are knocking on doors BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi held at the church on Easter to this annual affair.

: tasy. Yet Reynolds himself predicts and comfort to the Alabama for admission will survive. Sunday at 5:30: a.m. The pastoris Main speakers of the conference -
governor -
members of
:': asking the will be Dr.
Conservative estimates in- 1: Roy Leilich
: that the Alabaman roll 100- to his racist
.- may up or support segrega- dicate that the number of students choirs to please serve for this of the University of Florida,
: 000 votes out of a possible 700,000, tionist views. Wallace says he will likely to be enrolled in early service. The pastor will Rudolph Matthews of Bethune

:, and there is at least one hint that be satisfied if he picks up 5,000 colleges and universities will Baptize on Easter Sunday during -Cookman College at Daytona

:_ some Republicans may vote for votes in Wisconsin. It would be a double in the next 10 to the 11 a.m. service. The Beach; and James H. Sayes of

.l : Wallace as a means of embarrassing credit to the state if he got even 12 years, triple in 20 to Spring Rally will end on Sunday, the Florida Development Com-
25 years, and continue upward 1 Viet A April 12. Have you seen your mission. Other meetings and
the Democrats. fewer. B R E Remember
captain as yet you
for a substantial period workshops will be on the agen-
thereafter barring, of are asked to report $25.00 on da.
: I disasterof this day. Rev. W. M. Ferguson,
course, war or some
great magnitude. The num- ,..qtr.tom pastor.Mt. NOTICE
Voice of the e Nebo Methodist On Sun-
ber now enrolled is just over The Southeast Division Ministers
four million. -. ii day March 29, the pastor Rev.G. and Deacons Union auxili--
-YtrPrr5i'' 't Lie5 S. Cameron, and also mem- ,
of the
JESSE HOBSON, former di- bers will conduct joint services ary Jerusalem Baptist

: On The Sun's rector of the Stanford Re- with the Church School 10:30a.m. Association with Rev. T. D. Da-
= Opinion Page=== vis, moderator will
search Foundation has esti- .; morning worship, 11:45a.m. convene at
mated that by the 2,000, and there will be an Easter -. the Mt. Olive Baptist Church
t Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
.must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should just 36 years from now, there E _- program presented, 3 p.m. with Rev. E. H. Walker, pas-
'not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The will be between 15 and 25 million The public is invited and tor, at High Springs, March 27-

.:dun...tent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or students enrolled in insti- % s: ::: &) 11 worship throughout the day.! 29.

tutions of higher education in % Rev. G. S. Cameron, pastor;I Education night will be Fri

Many IIclpcaBcautification erously presented the enor- scape Architect in Don Mor- this country. If the birth rate I. a, !' -1 ---.=:zZ Eugene Clark, reporter. 1 day at 8 p.m. The principal

mous rocks to com- the Commission of Church of speaker will be Detroit
necessary gan, County continues at about its presentrate (Jf (/rttrms Ta; +Fs Pilgrim Rest Williams
: plete the final plans, and mov- asked if there were some way that figure is conserva- "If been around before the Peloponnesian Unity No. 1- Church School, music instructor at A. L. Me-
ed them into position with in which the services of both you'd afternoon worship bane School
EDITOR. Sun: Since there tive."As War the whole history of the world would have 10 a.m.; and at Alachua.
: have been many questions directed heavy equipment.Then governing bodies could be enrollments increase," been different!" 3:30: p.m. Elder Rufus Arm-! Rev. R. Sams. president; Mrs.

to me concerning "Who .the County Commission utilized. An agreement was Mr. Tickton notes "a great strong, pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, Mildred L. Smith, reporter. J

for the and the Hospital reached by which the City variety of students can be expected reporter.Mt. .
; 'Is responsible improve-
: ments and plantings on the Trustees, with an eye to the Parks and Playgrounds Dept. to knock on the doorsof Washington Memo Herman Baptist Sun- DEALING SERVICES \

JVIachua General Hospital future had purchased the would provide the labor necessary colleges and universities. day School, 9:30 a.m. with the There will be healing services

grounds and adjacent parking adjoining land for use as a to plant and maintainthe They can't all be students with the Cowles Washington Bureau superintendent and teachers in held at the East Side Church of

: lot. I would appreciate the parking lot. There were many area if the plants could College Board scores in ex- OLD HOME From WEEK: Reminiscing about political conven- charge; there will be an Easter God in Christ. Bishop C. W.

publication of this letter to trees on this lot, and when the be purchased by the County cess of 600. They can't all be Mike Kirwin, D-Ohio, came up with the story of his program presented, 3 p.m.; ant Paul from Carolina will con-

clarify the situation.In first plans for paving were Commission and the Gaines- persons who are expected to tions, Rep. Los Angeles during the 1960 Democratic shindig.As following the program, there will duct the services.

1959, when the new ad- submitted to the County Com- ville Garden Club, Inc., and go into graduate education or hotel suite in of the House Democratic Campaign committee, be an egg hunt. The parents The public is invited. ElderJ.

dition to the hospital was under mission, they called for the arrangements were made for the professions. Bluntly, theycan't chairman rated fine suite, right in front of the hotel, overlooking and members are asked to donate C. Carter, pastor; Mrs. Eula
Mike a
,, construction The Gaines- complete removal of all existing the purchase of these plants. all be students who are park infested by soap box orators and eggs for the bint. Rev. A.,Taylor, reporter.
ville Garden Club, Inc., oecjtme trees. The Gainesville The landscape designs were intellectually oriented. A large Pershing Square but the congressman enjoyed it. L. Jordan, pastor; Mrs. E. L. "
site noisy
a member of the Sears- Garden Club, Inc., immed- drawn by :Mr. :Morgan and number of other kinds of students tramps. The was when he was out of work in Los Angeles Kimbrougn, reporter.PERSONALS MEETING PLANNEDThe
In 1909
Reason ,
Roebuck ""Hands" iately protested this proposal, the city agreed to begin pav- mean to go to college, :
program. bench in Pershing Square. StarLight Social Club will
he used to sleep on a
for the fine old oaks this ing the street along the side
: By way of explanation the on can afford to go to college, hold its March
Sears Foundation or Community property had been in existence of the parking lot. The light- and can be expected to go to nights Dan Kimball Miss Mattie Mae Jones and tonight,
NEW HISTORY: At dinner a few ago 24, at 8 p.m. at Low's Grill.
Improvement Fund, gives for an estimated cen- ing installations were pur- college. If the private institu- of the Navy Miss Ann Miller, both of Jacksonville -
and once secretary
Mrs. Jessie Caver
of Aerojet-General president;
I chased the Board of County president
the Gainesville Garden Club tury. by tions don't provide for them, seated beside Mrs. Earl Warren are guests of Miss
under S. Truman, .was Dolliree Bowens, reporter.
i The board of Com- Commissioners, and in- the public institutions will. But Harry Jones' relatives in the Univer- "
Inc., $400 per lear as a grant, County wife of the chief justice. He told her that in 1950 when War- g
to.assist... them in helping to missioners Sidney Martin, stalled by ,the City of Gaines- private institutions can provide seeking reelection as California's Republican governor sity City for two weeks. IN MEMORIAMIn l

beautify the city of Gaines- G. M. Davis, Jack Durrance, ville. by tailoring their offer- ren was of Democrats offered Kimball complete financial Mrs. Clara Young returnedto '
Mother Mrs. Annie
ville. Edgar Johnson and Claude The Gainesville Card e n ings to the needs of the students a group if he would run against Warren. Gainesville yesterday from memory -
for his campaign
S. Lee who departed this
The new hospital grounds Brandon, and County Health Club, Inc., would like to express who are coming." Kimball support said he asked Mr. Truman for advice, which was as Washington, D. C., following a life March,21, 1962.

were in need of planting, but Officer Dr. Edward Byrne its sincere thanks to the AN EDUCATED guess is follows "Listen Earl Warren is the most honest and the two-week visit with her sister, We loved but God loved
some sort of master landscape City Parks and Playgrounds fine cooperation of the pres- that the small college will best public servant in this country and you'd be doing a great Mrs. Carrie Williams, and other you best. Eula you Bell Jackson and j

design was necessary Superintendent M. E. LJddon ent Board of County Commis- cease to be as small as it now disservice if ran against him. Besides he'd beat your tail relatives. family. ;

before this could be accom- and Mrs. Flake A. Parker sioners, who have supportedtheir is. There is a body of evidencenow off." (Mrs. Warren you said she'd never heard the story, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.

plished. The Gainesville Gar- "Hands" chairman from the requests to preservesome that indicates that the Kimball said he'd never told it to Warren.) James and son, George all of NOTICE j
den Club. Inc., contacted Dr. Garden Club toured the of the natural beautyof average college with less than Atlanta Ga., whose visit here The groups of the Mt. Carmel

John V. Watkins at the UF parking lot on a very hot and this area and offered their 1,000 students will find it increasingly SMOKEV SOAP: The Forrest Service normally collects and in Jacksonville has been Baptist Church are inviting you

and asked if his students in dusty day, examined each assistance in many projects; difficult to remain about .5,000 a year in royalties from concerns peddling pleasant for the past two weeks, to celebrate with them on their

ornamentalhorticultui e tree individually and selectedthe to Mr. Bill Green, City Manager solvent By 1977, the estimated sweat shirts and teddy bears and the like with the Smokey were flown to their home yes birthday today at 8 p.m. in the

might be interested in doing trees which were healthyand and Mr. M. E. Liddon, enrollment figure for solvencyis Bear fire prevention symbol on them. This year it will collectan terday. dining room of the church. Mrs.

such a plan as a part of their could be preserved. Then for his sincere efforts to beau- about 1,500. additional $20,000 from a soap company that is packing its Miss Minnie Edwards of Esther Hamm, reporter.
course requirements. This the County Commissioners directed tify Gainesville, and to the"Hands" Some of the changes comingin ----
bubble bath goo in a container shaped Smokey Ocala, passed through Gainesville PLANS MEETING
was received enthusiastically that a new paving plan fund for their ever education, especially to the .
and a panel of judges was be drawn up to include the present help in behalf of the smaller colleges, will be in the Our Rico thatthere's yesterday en route to Jack-I The Pallbearers' Lodge No. |
i TONGUE: in Puerto reports
spy sonville.
113 will hold its at the '
93 "sister cities" throughoutthe meeting
chosen to select the two best trees. area of better utilization of
a good deal of interest at present in preserving the Charles H. Johnson, of St. at
regular meeting place today
plans submitted. Prizes were Representatives of the southeastern region who existing resources. We
may number of resi-
purity of the language, with a large passed't
offered from the first "Hands" participate in this grant for Petersburg throughhere 8 p.m.
Gainesville Garden Club, Inc., expect to see, example,
dents ''returning after years in the U.s. and no longer being yesterday en route to St.I The due are to be paid during :I,
i grant, and the two students and the Alachua General Hos- This has been a fine ex- classes offered from 8:00 a.m. is conduct 1
able to speak acceptable Spanish. One newspaper
to visit with his sister ,this
Augustine meeting.
selected were honored at a pital Auxiliary consulted with ample of community cooper- to 10:00 p.m., five days a i
in of i ,
ing a course Spanish, giving daily examples proper ----
: luncheon and presented with the County Commission representatives ation and concentrated efforton week and a half day on Satur- useage. Including a recent one: "Deseo tin sandwich de gamany Mrs. Mary Speed, and other NEWBERRY NEWS 4.

their prizes. to decide what sort the part of all participants, day. The school "year" will translation: I want a ham and cheese sandwich." relatives. CLUB SLATES MEETING J

: Mr. Joseph M. Crevasse Jr. of beautification could be over a period of five )"ears.-, be 11-and-a-half months. Small (Note queso: Our spy couldn't think of a good Spanish word for Miss Katie Mae Simmons and The Mothers' Club of the New- .

.. our sheriff donated his efforts done on this parking lot No who acted not as "indivi colleges will be using television sandwich either.) Miss Jane Williams, both of berry Elementary School will It

: to combine the best parts of ,one desired a flat asphalt desert dua1s..but as a group of audio-visual devices, programmed Deland, were sightseeing in the' meet at the school tomorrow, #

both plans and the final land- and the needs of the "plain folks," doing their learning and other, University City yesterday.Miss I March 25, at 7,30 pjn.

: scape design was decided up- people who would be comingto best to add beauty as well as new teaching techniques. ttI Esther E. Jackson of I During the meeting, Mrs. Bar

on. The plantings and the the hospital were taken into improve areas in our fine city. There will be plenty of students Tampa, will visit here on Easter I bara Jones, Girl Scout executive -

: plants around the new addition !- consideration. Drinking foun- Our grateful thanks to eachof able to pay tuition. The FYtA i .2M R.
: were supplied by Cre- tains and benches were in- them. future of the small college, I I} All mothers, who are members -

:. vasses with the assistance of cluded in the requests. MRS. FLAKE A PARKER Tickton concludes, "dependson Ja.el cJil SPECIAL NOTICE of the club and interestedin

the "Hands" fund. Mr. W. E. Then since the City of "Hands" Chm., Gainesville their ability to serve this t e,,. The C o m m u city Recreation I I working with Girl Scouts are

Whitehurst, of Williston, gen- Gainesville had a fine Land- Garden Club, Inc. marker Center is playing host to the 14th I asked to be present.

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,Tuesday March 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun

I\, "Careers Home In home economics EC.i Students Hold 'Career Day'- III omen 0 f f n flflD Reception Fetes :. .

\ are unlimited," Mrs. 'Charlotte y Bridal CoupleHonoring

Lattimer, Pinellas County home I

r demonstration agent of Largo,! ,

> told_ 150 high school homemaking: : .f YcLL1! : THE Miss Kelsey Van pink and white were use
students and home economists .. minuy f YItuth Dame of Thomasville, Ga., and about the house with an t
attending "Career Day" Satur: : our cIiir&r1f?' her fiance, Justin E. Harlow rangement of iris, roses a

day. The event, sponsored by ';: >r F IH, Mrs. Charles H. Gillilandand carnations centering the ser

the Central Florida Home Economics ;: t Weimcr Womtn's Editor I Mrs. J. Graham Haile entertained ing table.
J''a. flna. .. with informal
Association, took place ,->v' ; :' an reception Those serving punch we
at Gainesville High School. ; :' i.P < j Sunday at the latter's Mrs. '
I L. G. Mrs.I
) "Home economics prepares :Z; ;; '- i1eparrL' OwensRowe home. Walter Herbert, Mrs. Willia
More than 75 called
you for a homemaking as wellas guests T. Arnett and Mrs. A. Frai
business or profession," Mrs. during the afternoon. Green.
Lattimer said. 1 fqdGt 'eei rri>t.4" if fc'I ,. Mrs. Ronnie Kirkland, sisterof

Home economics is the most ; Mr. Harlow, and his aunt, Miss Beverly Haile, Mi
3 m ; b Nuptial Plans Set Miss Dorothy Raye, greeted'Marion and Miss Patty Gil
flexible of all professions, she! ? !
said. "No other program on the: I : .ii: guests, who were introduced to .land, daughters of the hostes
es, assisted in the courtesies.
the receiving line by the two
college level be of such
can @J Yf Miss Karen Mama Owens wards and Miss Carolyn John- hostesses.In I. Corsages of orchids from t
benefit to the wife, mother, and IJ'
homemaker." i .. : $ daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Karl sbn and Miss L Y n n Mauldin, the line were the affianced gardens of Mrs. Robert Kar
,. : <'::2 lQ6 1 ; <} Rhyden Owens, and Robert Roger I were presented to the brid
The speaker predicted that 15 .11. J. ,.:<-.. both of Stuart. couple, Mrs. Justin Edwards
cent of the Career /. ;a.f .t. 1- :' Rowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Jr., mother of the !elect, Mrs. Harlow, and Mr
Day audience -,
per Edward Roger Rowe Jr., have Bill Rowe, brother of the Van Dame.
would be married by the '; ; L___ ?rn bridegroom-elect; and Mr. and
time Women "; ; announced plans for their nuptials -bridegroom, will serve as best Mrs. Ronald Beach Van Dameof The hostess' gift to the ho

spend they were 25 twenty-one.of married jI '., to' ,!'YMo; ji which will take place Friday -man with Karl Owens Jr., Bill Thomasville, parents of the oree was a hamper, filled wi

life working to years help their fami-! .;. < :,;::, .._-fi. t.. ::sJ .. ."s'> evening.The Barclay, Dell Jernigan, Barton bride-to-be. various articles of kitcht

lies, she pointed out. I Miss Brenda Parham, student at Santa Fe High School, left was winner of wedding will be solemnized Thrasher and Jim Cornelius as Spring flowers in shades of equipment.

Mrs. Lattimer described home the poster contest during* "Career Day' sponsored by the Central Florida at 7 p.m. in the First ushers.A .

economics careers in research,I: Home Economics Association Saturday at Gainesville High School. Inspecting Presbyterian Church with Dr. reception will follow the I

teaching, extension, merchandising the poster with the winner are Mrs. Charlotte Lattimer, Home Demonstration U. S. Gordon, pastor, officiat- ceremony with Mr. and M r s.1

and retailing, child de-, Agent of Pinellas County, center, guest speaker, and Mrs. Josephine Mc- ing. Owens as hosts in the Fellow

velopment and guidance, jour: Swine. Alachua County Home Demonstration Agent, right, program chairman. Nuptial music will be given ship Hall of the church.

nalism food and nutrition and
business., I by Miss Dale Midgette, soloist, All friends of the two familiesare

Ennis 'handled and Mrs. Harriet and Willis Bodine organist. invited to attend the wed- .. '"
Sharon Gainesville
Mrs. Dorothy Cake, president] ner, acknowledgements Hennessey prepared and ;
of the CHEA and chairman of High School; Sandy Bonds, Nan- announcements. the refreshments for a midmorning The bride will have her sister- ding reception.

the planning committee for Career -,cy Hunsucker, Linda Willits, Mrs. Marian McClane and "Sunshine Break." in-law Mrs. Karl R. Owens Jr. Following the rehearsal Thurs-

Day, introduced Mrs. Lat-'Nancy Willits Claudia Hughes, as matron of honor and a cou- day, Mr. and Mrs. Rowe will

timer. Mrs. Elsie Dolin, Mrs. Hawthorne High School. Beckenbach Home sin, Miss LaRoyce McCollum, entertain with a dinner honor-
Howard Giles, Mrs. Marian Mc-' Linda Proctor of G.H.S. was as maid of honor.Bridesmaids ing Miss Owens and their son

Clane, Mrs. Anna Elliot, Mrs.1 commentator. in the Holiday Inn at 7 p.m. Take our up low to 96 discount months to prkt p.yat
will be Miss Jane
Jane Assisting Mrs. Giles were Mrs. Furniture Manufacturers Sample
Mrs. Elizabeth
Ahrano Segrest, Miss ,Linda Warringtonand Marie Hammer, Mrs. W. G. Scene of Two PartiesThe Ann Baughan Miss Sandra Ed-.; Thursday afternoon, the 13th House.St.South Main St. at South'
bridesmaids' luncheon is sched-
Blue and Mrs. Keith Butson.
Miss Sharon O'Steen servedon
the The stage setting for the show home of Mrs. J. R. Beck calling during the afternoon.Mrs. BSPhi uled at 12:30 p.m. with Mrs.
committee.Mrs. I
featured a garden with white enbach was the scene of two social Beckenbach and Mrs. W. I Meeting Denver Baughan and Mrs. Louse .

Giles was chairman of iron table and chairs, with events recently when members Midgette as hostesses at
T. Manley greeted guests and Members of Xi Phi Chapter,
the fashion show "Prelude to
and of the Executive Board of the Midgette home, 1017 NW
magnolia boughs spring
Spring" which featured church! the UF Agricultural Club served -Mrs. M. 0. Watkins, Mrs. L. A. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will Eleventh Avenue.
flowers used as a background.
and after five wear, street and Students Assist as hostesses.A Hetrick, and Mrs. John W. Sites hold election of officers Tuesday -
school clothes, lingerie at 8 p.m. in the Guaranty
sportswear, -
and sleepwear from Belk. Mrs. Kelsey Ingle and P. K. tea was given Thursday for poured. Federal Savings and Loan Build- Select new
Yonge homemaking students members of the club with 75 'Ag Dames were guests at a your ,
Lindsey Inc., Cherry's, J. C.!handled the registration. Mrs. coffee that night during the sec. ing. SPRING FABRICS a

Penny Co., Ruddy, Inc., andWilson's. Elizabeth Martin and Hawthorne ond party. Mrs. A. H. Krezdorn Preceding the business session at a

I High School students furnished Church presided at the silver coffee a program on fashions will SINGER
Models Listed I name tags. service. be presented by Mrs. Sheramy

Models were: Alice Witt Judy Mrs. Forest Hillyard, Mrs. The Beck enbach home was Rudderman.

Hill Robin Russell Jean Hodge Anna Elliot, Miss Jane Segrest CirclesTODAY decorated with orchid plants in

Connie Tanner and Peggy Hunt, and homemaking students served the living room and in the din-

Newberry High School; Pam as hostesses for the day. Programs ing room. An arrangement of I

Jones, Joney Douglas, Shirley were done by Mrs. Eliza Highlands yellow iris and white chrysan-; End your Easter hunt in colorful style. In Flings! No shoes are more newsy, more.cof6rf! I;more fittingfor

Parham Sanchez, and Mary Martha Avant,Jeffords Brenda, beth Following Ahrano.registration, Mrs. Presbyterian Church themums graced the buffet. setting off fresh spring fashions than these. Shiny heels. Open heels. Sling heels. Patents in brightsand

Santa Fe High School; Ann Cake opened the program and 8 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. Jerry Other with board members assist-for black. Designs to put you on your toes. Simulated alligator smartly stacked in go-with-everything

Warrington Sue Baker, Jane Mrs. J. Hillis Miller gave the Sheffield, 1040 NE 9th Street; the ing two events arrangements were Mrs. D. F.I. bone. Flatties in classic cut for comfortable footing. You name it. Kinney's has it. In Flings for the

Everett, Janis Lofton, Catherine invocation. Mrs. Hillyard made Circle 5, Mrs. Jack Austin, Rothwell; Mrs. C. B. Hall, and young 'n smart.. From a mere $4.99 to $6.99.
McCIaine, Sandra Stallings, the Recognition of Homemakersof
1218 NW 44th Avenue. Mrs. R. C. Smith Jr.
P. K. Yonge. Tomorrow. Mrs. JosephineH. '.

: Also Joy Roberts, Clara Mil- McSwine, Alachua County 'nq

ler Connie Branch, Sandie Bon- Home Demonstration Agent, ForHALFPRICE.a Limited Time! Fresh new colors 'spring from

I' Calendar Of Events ,

I -.. .t. .. j.. -'... --, .
TODAY, March 24 Wright, 404 NW 23rd Street. >
,: 4
Cosmos Grub, 10 a.m., All .
Jasmine Garden Circle, 8 Day Sewing and Covered Dish, SALE .
p. m., Mrs. Charles Morris,
i Luncheon, Mrs. Susan Cren-
704 SW 2nd Avenue.
shaw, 707 NW 24th Avenue.
Great Books Discuss i Ion
Junior Welfare League, 8
Group 8 p.m., Gainesville Pu- Famous
p. m., Community Room Y:
blic Library.
Guarantee Federal Savingsand .
Covered-Dish and Installation ik
Supper -
Loan Association. .
of Officers, Anna
University City Bridge __
Miller Circle 7 Elks' _
p.m., Sv7"X; "r
Club 7:30 p.m. Weed Hall, 7 41/
Lodge West University Ave-
107 NW 15 Terrace.

1, nue.Tuesday Un::+rjity Women's Club,
Evening Supper :
Newcomers Bridge, 8 p. m.,
Club of Gainesville, 6 p. m., f. 7 .r l ;
University Women's :
1404 West University Avenue. :
house. DEODORAITS'r1
Altrusa Club 7 Holiday :
Inn. Chapter AF, PEO, 10 a.m., ; y :Y .>k !lriaiY
I Mrs. Paige Pinnell, 325 NW ., : 4 ..r
Merrysteppers, 8 p.m., Re- 6 99 ; ; ''rl y:l : ? .. ..% ,
21st Street. Luncheon fol- :, 'iv'r'' AN:r.
creation Center. '%}f r. !:': .l; .. J l r .9:I'w 7% .,,,'.:%,'.
/y /r. :
lows, Mrs. James Norman. y r; ..
; : ; :
Forest Woodmen
Supreme r..r./ wWrr
y :
co-hostess. i ,
.;: v./7::% s.a: r arC.r.
Circle 7:30 Odd y
p.m., .
Chapter 10:30: .4. 'S: f
Fellows Hall.American !,r
Mrs. A. Frank Green 423 ) % vcjr J.'ra.. r
I a.m., ,
y'S ..
Gir. ..
Association of UnIversity ? l :r y'rr w" lr : yy
I NW 21st Sheet.THURSDAY i } N.yr. '
: Women, Evening In- :ij' :;

terest Group, 8 p.m., Mrs. March 26 .. y
John Van Dyke Saunders, 108 My... v'T'....:". %: /
< NW 22nd Drive.WEDNESDAY Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. T't t CREAM :
2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, 'Juss 1 :.d : 5

p March 25 740 SE 2nd Avenue. : ROLL-ON ..

fF Gainesville Bridge Club, Gainesville Garden Club CkE&1: nrDU'OnJti.tf.f.f. STICK

Circles: ,_' ... } ..ffl,
v.KY.r ,1f.1
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. 9:30: a.m., Begonia, Mrs. C. ,;1.reg.. $1.00fjjy /i i ,% l4/R 4'r d:4y..rv/./ ,., : "'i' d'% d'lduv'lN//.l<..i,./: v 9
Medical '
University i XV4: '
H. Janes, 1635 NW 16th Ave- W
8 Dr. and Mrs. Ernest :
nue, Daisy, Mrs. Fred B. Ar-

nold, 2741 SW 7th Place; 'a / /.r// .
/ f
Daylily, Mrs. H. H. Graham, /r
1922 SW 8th Drive; Dianthus,
BridesBook Mrs. J. L. Kirkland Sr., 818 :. .: :? r, ; j k 4yvYk /hal fr'tE'v.

1- NW 19th Avenue; Gardenia, The more you buy, :

I Mrs. David Cofrin, 4810 NW

8th Avenue; Hibiscus Mrs. the bigger your savings!
Charles 2225 NW : /
Simpson, ; 1g / ifr/: r,

6th Place; Cream smoothes on, absorbs quickly to .;:;d! iSSy.iJiy'J/: I'fi /,/ ,+
THURSDAY, March 26 9:45 a. m., Lotus, Mrs.
check and ban underarm odor.
Bridesmaids' luncheon, honoring Ralph Thomas, 1326 NW 11th perspiration
'' 5w:
I Road Magnolia, Mrs. R. M. >/ % ,.
Miss Karen Owens, fiancee ; Roll-On covers quickly, completely to s 2
of Robert E. Rowe, Lawson, 315 NE 8th Ave.;

12:30 p. m., Mrs. Denver 10 a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs. check perspiration and ban underarm odor. :/ / ,

Baughan and Mrs. Louise Grant Edson, 2212 NW 15th
f Midgette at the latter's home, Avenue; Stick is fortified with Hexachlorophene to .
4 ,99
1017 NW Eleventh Avenue. 1:30 p.m., Camellia Mrs. kill odor-causing bacteria. i y

Rehearsal for Owens-Rowe Alfred Reed, 1120 SW 9th <.. ; ;
wedding, 4 p.m. First Pres- Road; SAVE $3.00 ON 6-PACK CREAM DEODORANT

byterian Church followed by 2 p.m., Founders, Mrs. Tussy deodorants are really effective, yet
rehearsal dinner at the Hol- Charles K. Hammon, 309 NW

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6' :: Gainesville Sun Tuesday, March 24, 1964

Civil Pancake 4 To stimulate sales, weekly If you are looking for a nice
Day April .
high sellers are being given healthy pet for your littla"Mary"
I Baker Probe ( prizes for their sales. Rains- check "Pets" in to I

... ; DyingWASHINGTON 'Fight' Is Opens Boys' dub WeekA his berger efforts got a last baseball week. glove Other for number day's Classified.of cute kittens There and are pup a

I awards included a basketball, bi py's who want a home.
' (AP) The tax returns visited the committee Quite Tame I ties packed program of activi- 4. Other details of the week's cycle, bicycle accessories and
is planned by the Boys' Club program still aren't available.
Baker sets.
Bobby probe mayflnally staff and abandoned the gym
Refuse to aNew during its week April 5-11. More than 500 tickets to
beading into eclipse. Democrats He told pan-
legation. newsmen
WASHINGTON AP Other sellers
( ) Spec- high in order,
have mowed down Republican -, later the word "forgery" had Most of the Boys' Club Week! cake day were sold last week
: tators come and go, but the vis- were Kim Simpson, Don Pelt,
1 '' demands for additional Witnesses been "an unfortunate choice of activities will be aimed at the first seven days that the
itors' galleries are rarely more, acquainting -'tokens Chuck Anderson, David Smith,
major witnesses and an accountant words" in the statementhe the were available.
sworn than half-filled as the Senate's community with Buddy French, Tom Singleton, -I
has abandoned his had given the senators. civil rights debate drones on. the purposes and programing of Club member Todd Rainsberger -Keith Craig, Byron Lichter, Toy
charge of income tax forgery. Milton L. Hauft, an accountant seldom' the Club here.Speakers led the sales with 80 tickets. Bass and Keith
On the Senate floor Simpson.
All that was involved, Hauft t I
The-:Democrats on the SenateRules who charged last week that Johnny Go C e k was second
than half dozen of the
said minor dis more a
was a "very will'visit all local
Committee overpoweredthe to provide the basis for 60.
a reportto
crepancy" which resulted in 100 members sit around at any civic clubs.
. GOP minority Monday and the Senate. Baker collecting an additional time to listen to the long and And the doors of the club will Mike Kreshka, director of the
refused call White House aide Jordan called the committeeto club
to often said the boys are shooting
income tax legalistic speeches. be
$11.25 in a $4,420.20 open throughout the week to
i. Walter Jenkins, Democratic another closed door meeting for a sale goal of 2,500 tickets.SUBURBIA .
refund for 1961. Hauft said he What exchanges there have parents and other visitors. A
fund raiser Matt and today to consider
McCloskey one by one
had talked with Edward Bennett been between proponents and special open house will concludethe
,I others to testify. witnesses the Republicans want Williams, Baker's counsel, and opponents of the House-passed seven day program. : fiJ decrees,
Chairman B. Everett Jordan, called before the inquiry ends. .
had been given a copy of the civil rights bill are couched in The week's program will get
D-N.C., said their testimony I Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa., predicted -, MANNEQUIN agrees:
original returns he preparedand such gentlemanly language and under way with the annual c0m- DRIVE IN
would be irrelevant to conference that
or repetitive a news + rnorure
I signed for Baker. tones it's sometimes munity-wide Pancake
of what has been heard al- "the result will be the same i Day. That At
I He said that as he under hard to tell they are fighting at day falls this year on the eve variationson
ready in its investigation of whitewash. TONITE 7:30 Spring plays
I stands it, Baker later thought of of the Boys' Club Week, April Only
I Baker, former secretary to the "And from the same bucket," alLAs
i Senate's Democratic majority. He said the Republicans, out another deduction, rewrote the a spectacular, the civil THE JOYOUS STORY a single color theme.Fashion .
I tax return and that someone .
i I. The committee is exploring numbered 6 to 3 on the commit. signed Hauft's name to it but rights debate would't last longon OF THE REFUSES
; whether conflict of interest was tee, had been "chopped down" roadway. With all the parliamentary CATHOLIC Nuns pays homage to ombre shadings In Jubilee
evidently had made no effort to Sea otters live in
devices Southern pods, or
t involved as Baker, while a $19- Scott added in bitter tones. opponents patent..with three tones blended for one wonderful -
make the handwriting resemble herds. Active AID THE
have in store the mainly by day, 'E
I 600 a Senate official, ac- in Monday's voting and bethought
year effect! What
combination with whichto
Hauft's. a happy
they sleep in beds
; cumulated a fortune he estimat- the Democrats still I troversy is due for a long run kelp, some- BAPTISTCOUKTRYBOYI L
I in the Senate. times with chin on chest and a underscore your Spring finery I
ed in excess of $2 million. The were "honing the ax. Hauft said he would havesigned'
f, Democrats contend they have someone had forged his signa- the new figures had he. Those senators who do sit paw over each eye.
heard enough evidence already ture on some of Baker's income I,been asked to do so. around and listen to the debateare Beige Ombre
! for the most part, at their VISITWEEKI Jubilee Patent

duty posts. Both sides have I- O AmericanaJubilee

: GainesvillePhone lined up team captains who. WACHEELAST I patent
Approve CyprusUN
I take turns watching out for I :
Rates their interests. I ( S\\
I It's not like the old days when ,4 I Ii i

i: MediatorBy senators, filibustering against]I i

Seen Low civil rights, talked about every \ '
thing under the sun, including 2 DAYS ',\.::':VI- j :...;.;..c.Jt':

Gainesville telephone rates MICHAEL GOLDSMITH Trade and Development Confer their. favorite recipes. I 1:43, 4:12, 6:41, I f'
t t compare favorably with both the ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER ence. The speeches so far have 9:10 pof&ISHOIIEIIIN

; Florida and national averages, Lt. Gen. Prem been germane to the issue. But A BOLD: I I NEW LOOK IN SUSPENSE! I
acording to a report just re- GENEVA (AP) The Greek Singh Gyani, they have, in many cases, em I
leased by the Public Utilities and Turkish governments today Indian commander of the U.N. braced long quotations from the '
Commission.The approved the nomination of peace force being formed in Cy,Supreme Court on constitutional HOMEa carNELSONS
former Finnish Premier SakariS. prus sat in on the conference' 0
questions, which, however enlightening -
report shows the state'sbusiness
rates ranking 42nd Tuomioja as U.N. mediatorfor with the 52-year-old Finnish 'dip they may be for con- ( 1d.1leit
the Cyprus dispute. lomat and economic expert. Tu i
among the states. gressmen dull fare for STARTS
omioja is now ambassador to ({}Jtrtlfo.e
Home rates are 44th in the There as no official word Sweden. tourists. THURSDAY "'''''ct_ \
tt7 from the feuding Greek and Occasionally a senator will sit isw sionrr; I Iri.
U.S.The report shows Gainesville Turkish Cypriot communities,I' Thant has proposed several]I at his desk signing his mail as WALT DISNEY .f uCoFeature I&e1d'
persons to mediate the feud between the talk He
rates ranking both higher and.which also must concur along goes on. may read deasttf In UMT" v* *
t lower than state and national with Britain before U.N. Secre- the Greek and Turkish a newspaper or maybe nod, At 9:44
averages depending on the tary-General U Thant can make I Cypriot communities on the briefly.
eastern Mediterranean The bulk of the members i The pasta of Phaefa.
category.The the appointment. who at the same moment etntnced! btf loa I
average private line in None has proved acceptable to show up only when a quorumof I aod her destruction $15.00
the U.S. costs a subscriber $4.18a However, the Greek Cypriot all the factions and countries in- 51 senators is demanded. TECHNICOLOR
month. The Florida averageis president of Cyprus, Arch- volved in the Cyprus dispute. Once the quorum call is an- MELINA ANTHONY
$3.35. Gainesville's is $4.25. bishop Makarios, told a news- Archbishop Makarios, the swered, practically all of the I RAP '
But. the average metropolitanrate paper interviewer earlier that Greek Cypriot president of Cy- senators speed back to their LAST .UALLQNE

.in Florida, is $4.75, 50 cents Tuomioja might prove accept- prus, told an interviewer froma offices. TIMES TATE II JULES.M .. I B-L SHOE DEPT. .

higher than Gainesville. able. Finnish newspaper on Sunday I DAS8IN'S..a...,
" Four party subscribers in Greece and Turkey communicated -that Features at 3:00 6:00 9:00 I i
Tuomioja might be accept- EndedPARIS
t Florida pay an average of $1,60, their approval of the Finn able for the mediator's post. Trip I II feHAEDRA.

'Gainesville $2.20 and in the through their delegates to the On Cyprus, seven Greeks and (AP) President II I /3
U.N. Trade and
U.s Development
$2.87.Gainesville's Conference here. two Turks held hostage by the Charles de Gaulle returned to ,M.
business rates two sides in the Turkish AND I l
, are lower than both Florida and Thant asked the Cyprus government of community Paris today from his trip to
Louroujina were freed Mexico and the French West ,
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Time Running "' Hoping

For Boxing IndustryBy j Fast Start !

t. ,-W. B. RAGSDALE Hart's comments were In a suspicion," Hart said, "that !' r; I days with a bad back,. I

prepared statement as his Sen- sport is controlled by ; persistent ailment.
J and that the
ate Antitrust and Monopoly subcommittee manipulators i appearance of the 6-foot,
Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., the and I
opening who go into ring
into al- opened three days of the kIiocks'are the ones ; i veteran against the f
an investigation the first j
was since he
kged shady deals in boxing, bearings on circumstances surrounding profit least from the gate JE : 1 for them in their World 1

warned today "time is runningout the controversial tech- ceipts." 1 I sweep of the Yankees

for the boxing. industry un- nical knockout Feb. 25 by which Promotion Fee faIl. He had five hits, in-

less something is done" to end Cassius Clay won the heavy Hart said the first a home run, for a .385 1H
weight title from Sonny LIston. the hearings' will be a $ and knocked In three
"general public disrespect and H
in the Series.
distrust" ""There has been a growing promotional fee paid Clay ,
fore the title bout by showing was almost as
I' nental Promotions Inc., in as the Dodgers' four-

Listen is a stockholder, for rout. During the regular
exclusive right to Skowron batted .203, hit Tuesday, March 24, 1964

UCLA Five Clay's next fight and to pick homers and drove in 19
opponent.This all carer lows. He played
?* being used as a
$50,000 promotional hitter much of the time.
I has figured in efforts by injuries had ham-

Impressed Tflssman: president of Jhe him in previous years,.
Boxing Association, to take difficulties interferred

)i heavyweight title away I his playing in 1963. His
Clay. was punctuated by a
I T.assman scheduled to |1 flight to his New Jer
l His New
UF's Sloan before the subcommittee home in the middle of Job
i day, wants to take away the .training. Legal action
tle temporarily and return
five months if Clay has a settle for some good, Of
i Gator basketball coach Norman Sloan, just returned from factory expanation for the batting action this UmpiringST.

I his annual trip to the national junior college and NCAA cage motional fee from

I events, admits to being much impressed with the UCLA quintet tal Promotions and his other baseball PETERSBURG (AP) For adhesions you're supposedto
the honors in the latter event. behavior improves. develop-
that won i Danny McDevitt, former pitcher
I throw
mammoth Frank How and for tendonitis
Sloan said he also was impressed with the manner In which The New York and Monday night he wants with the Los Angeles Dodgersand you're supposed to rest. Theredidn't
state athletic commissions New York Yankees, had
a Los Angeles Dodgers'
said they will continue to and start just walked off the field after seem to be any way out.
nize Clay as champion. want to play," said How umpiring the second game of: So I came down here and wentto
Tassman is taking a poll who previously had talked his new career. Al Sommers' umpiring school

the WBA's 20-member "I'm ready to go' Now McDevitt stood in the -and it's been a revelation.
I committee to declare the to Vero Beach, Fla." shadows of Al Lang Field, his
II vacant.Lassman. Not So Good II thumb in the air, showing how "I've played baseball for 12
is expected to ( Umbricht's situation is.he gesticulates before a mirrorat years," he continued, "and now
I dorse strongly the proposal good. Houston's right- home to get the feel of authority -I know I didn't know half the

fore the Senate pitcher, it was disclosed, in his calls. rules. I'll bet 90 per cent of the
set up a federal czar'over been hospitalized since "I've never been a real aggressive -players don't really know the
n ing when he appears 16. No one would say personality," he said, rules. Then you have to learn
Duke defeated Michigan In the semi-final game last Friday Hart is taking over with is wrong with Umbricht, "And when you're umpiring authority and how to position
night. hearings where the late you've got to give an appear
underwent a cancer op- yourself and the rest
Estes Kefauver, D-Tenn., ance of strength. You have to
The Gator coach agreed that Kentucky, a team similar to off as subcommittee made a year ago. look like you're convinced you've! "When I used to pitch, I al-
the an amazing come-
have been the opponent to give
ULIn personnel, might
called the play right so no one ways felt umpires should have
first though, compiling a 2.61
Uclans trouble. But the Wildcats never made it past
to their
run average in 76 in- has any doubts. pay way into the ball
round at Minneapolis: Develop Voice park," he laughed. "Now I know

Sloan reported that a special Southeastern Conference SEC exhibition action, Pitts- "And you have to develop it's no easy job. But I've got to
coaches' meeting at Kansas City during the NCAA event turn- trounced the New York your voice to make it sound likeit admit I like umpiring better
ed out to be nothing more than a "nice luncheon." : 9 2, Houston bombed has authority," he continued. than I thought I would. I'm still
Gains 11-2, San Francisco de- "You've got to work on developing working in the same game."

All Boston 7-4, Cincinnati the muscles in your larynx.
Thefre Happy Kansas City 11-3, the 1[ didn't even know I had some I UF Golfers
: White Sox knocked off of the muscles I'm using. 1
Previously, the Atlanta Journal reported that Kentucky SplitBy 9-2, the New York "So you have to work in frontof
coach Adolph Rupp was upset over the new conference basketball "
mirror McDevitt
nipped Minnesota 7-6, a ex-
'slate which has his 'Cats playing six of seven SEC gameson Take TwoVictories
; edged the Chicago plained, "and you get to see
the road in stretch next season. THE ASSOCIATED
one 6-5 and Milwaukee beat yourself how things look. I've

f Rupp, incidentally, admitted his 'Cats had underestimated Southeastern Conference ; 4-3. been coming along and I've gota
at ball teams split with their job fa the Florida State
first-round foe Ohio University in Mideast regional play ,
Minneapolis. But Rupp said SEC cage prestige still is high, conference foes Monday, A League."
noting Kentucky. beat Duke during the regular season and that ning two and losing two. H'7. McDevitt, now 31, originallycame golf team rackedup
Vanderbilt and Tennessee also toppled highly-regarded oppo- Auburn belted Northeast Exhibition up in the Yankee organization a 15-ll win over South
nents. siana 11-3 and Mississippi but did most of his pitching Carolina at the University Golf
blanked .Nicholls State 1-0, Baseball for the Dodgers before returning and Country Club yesterday faa
t And while still with basketball, has anyone noticed that the Florida State shut out to the Yankees and then full six-man match and top.

Olympic cage tryouts next week corraled about 40 of the na Tech 5-0 and Northern winding up his major league career -ped Lynchburg, Va., College,
tion's top basketball players and omitted Danny Schultz of overwhelmed Tulane 15-6. 11.Yesterday's Kansas City Results 3 with Minnesota and Kansas 172-2, in a four-man match.
Tennessee? That's the neatest trick of teh year. clashes opened two-game 11, St. Louis 2 City.In. The UF golfers were to takeon
Auburn pushed across six 4 7,,Detroit Los Angeles 3 (N) 3 his first major league start Georgia Tech today in varsity
Can there be 40 players better than Schultz? in the second inning to wrap (A()N 9), 7 Philadelphia,Minnesota 2 6 in 1957 McDevitt defeated Cincinnati and freshman competition,

its fifth victory in a row. 9, New York (A) I 7-2. He figures his umpiring starting at 11 a m.
6. Chicago (N) 5
the RunThe undefeated Tigers pounded
Caught on 5. Boston 1Temorrow career actually started In
Northeast Louisiana pitchers 's Games then. yesterday's match with
vs. New York (A) South Carolina, Laurie Hammer
13 hits. -
local cage season officially winds up tomorrow night vs. Detroit "Hurt Arm""I
with the annual Gainesville Tipoff Club banquet. Many sur- Five Hitter ((N N)) vs.vs.Milwaukee Philadelphia hurt my arm," he said, and,in No.his 1 UF player, remain-
prises are on tap for the event. Sophomore righthander vs.Kansas Baltimore "but I was afraid to tell anyone college career as he
vs. City posted a two under
Carroll pitched a five-hitter I par to
(N) vs. San Francsco and it got worse. Last year
Gator alumni here last weekend for the annual Orange and Mississippi State. The (A) vs.(A)Minnesota vs. Cleveland. 1 had adhesions and tendonitis. win three points from I his Gamecock .
Blue game,were highly impressed with the new lineup of the run was batted in by foe.
Gator coaching staff. Newcomers Ed Kensler, Billy Kinard Nichols' sacrifice fly in The results:
and Fred Pancoast have fitted into the UF setup In fine eighth inning.
UF-South Carolina-Hammer
fashion.If Team Wins
Georgia Tech's opening ((70)) 3, Seawell ((80) 0; Vic
Jimmy Kynes, bidding for attorney general in the upcomIng ball game 'of the season was Newton ((78)) 0, Brown ((73)) 3;
election, is a winner, the Tallahassee political scene is like- unhappy one for the Richard Leckey ((72)) 3, Clary
ly to be football-flavored in the big way. Spotted at Kynes' get- Jackets.struck FSU pitcher and Cliff Event ((76) 0; Murray Gay ((78)) %, Simons
out 13
together here last wedDed were such former Gator gridders new Pro-Lady ((76)) 2%; 0. A. Kincaid
as Jim Roundtree, Don Deal, Frank Lorenzo, Fat Johnson; only five hits.Northern ((76)) Vt, Thornton (75) %; Lloyd
Fred Montdeosca and Red Mitchum, all on the Kynes' "team"in I I Watts ((76) 3,' Snead ((81)) 0.
three Tulane pitchers for 15 ( He dropped a 20-foot ed a team that carded 64 for a.
the political race. making them good for 15 first time and a three- high finish. I Hammer Newton 2V4, Sea-

MItchum incidentally, was honored by getting a plaque for Al Otto powered two homers : the second time. Seventeen teams took part in well-Brown %; Leckey- Gay,
being the "Gator player to show the most improvement since Northern Illinois.No .- I Markham team posted a the pro-lady event which is a' 1%, Clary-Simons 1%; Kincaid-
graduation." Conference games are I: 61 for the winning score. prelude to the 36-hole women's Watts 1%, Thornton-Snead 1%.
schedule today. The same all are from Pa tourney today and tomorrow. I UF Lynchburg-Gerald Green
are in action with the I Defending Champ ((79)) 3, Johnson ((84)) 0; Charles
GHS TravelsTo of Wittenberg at Vanderbilt honors went to host Mrs. William Meyers of Or- Gans (74) 3, Fore (79) 0; Bob
Tennessee at Maryville. i' ; Stephenson who led mond Beach is defending champion Ubby ((82)) 2H, Deal ((86)) %;

I : with scores of 62. in the women's tourney.! Ronald Crown ((73)) 3, Stocks

Jack team amateurs includ She had an 82-83-165 to win' ((86) 0.

PalatkaPALATKA Brokas, Eileen Lee last year and posted an 87 yes Green-Gans 3, Johnson-Fore

CUe Ketch, all of Key terday.A 0; Libby-Crown 3, Deal-Stocks
1 His second team had large field of women from 0.
Gainesville High Tonight's game is the first of, 31v fq M4s7Z Christoffers, Louise Logs- Gainesville, 0 c a 1 a, Palatka,
School I carries a'1-3 baseball record -a pair this week for GHS. On, 3 AIYPl.ANdc ? Mary Taggert. Starke, Jacksonville and other

into action at Azalea Park Friday night the 'Canes win host' Chaff of Jacksonville Na- will compete today and tomorrow Larry Cartee and Paul Smith,

here tonight against ,defendingstate Ocala at Harris Field in Gaines- Station and Homer for honors in the woman's sophomore members of Mississippi
Class A champion Palatka. ville. A of Starke led teams that event. State's basketball team,
,: / with 63s. Wood also pac- Pro-lady results come from Kentucky.
The Braves, having a remark A
Palatka has played only one
able athletic year in all sports,
to date -
game losing 12-0 to De- yF
will Charlie
use southpaw
Land. But the Braves came WNP
Payne against the 'Canes.
straight from the state high

Coach Wesley Dicks is undecIded school basketball meet into baseball -

on a mound choice for 'and had only one day of a

GHS in the contest. practice ers.The for many of the play I *

150 Pros Palatka lineup has seven I I :
of the starters who helped win
the state title last year. New-

In Azalea comers are Raymond Lewis, second i' I
base; and Jim Corwin,
third base. wiMr
field of 150 professionals was Other starters win be Kenny
Emerson, catcher; Bobby Ste-
completed Monday for the $20000 =
vens, first base; Jimmy Miller, t
Azalea Open Golf Tournament shortstop; Terry Freeman, leftfield e = me I
when 88 of 139 hopefuls ; Bill Perry, center field; 'j A P. K. Yonge Track Squad
made. it in nonexempt qualify. and Mickey Hall,.right field. 111-i

!DI. For GHS, Ricky Guenther will I' : / ( ; : 1it row '(L-R) Tommy Stalnaker, V. G. Hodsdon, Bob McGraw, Billy Can

Sixty-two pros were exempt catch, Ed Pavelka first base; /& Tim Sterling, Steve McGuire, John Marvel, Jimmy Thompson, Don Luca.
from-qualifying. Those entering Brian Hipp, second base; Pete ;s7 .e G :; row (L-R) Coly Going, Charles Ray, John Wells, Jodie Munden, Whit
Monday included 1955 winner Roberts, shortstop; Steve Leg- J Jott Danny Trujillo, Frank Jones, James Stacey Bill Hiers, Walker
Billy Maxwell of Odessa, Tex., gett, third base; Jack Eckdahl, Third row (L-R) Coach Bill McGill, Ronnie Greer, Covey Johnston
Bill, Collins of Myersdale, Pa., left field; Jim Culpepper, center Eggert, Richard Hinton, Tom New berry, Ronnie Koru Marell Tyre, Bill

Joe Campbell of Anderson Ind. field; and Lee Summerlin. right! Barry'. Baumstein.. Johnny Wershow, Bobby Hines and Harold Trujillo.
aad Den Refrain. field. tphoto .y sac Htetoal

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Gainenil!. Sun Tuesday, March N, '1964 '


; Murtaugh Luck May Be Changing. .for the Good


I\\ I : Ntl1J Dark w1mr "In many respects last year was one of my best, I allowed Donn Clendenon, the big first baseman. He had to replace the free and easy motion again.
than do hita "The Deacon looks great," Murtaugh of his deeply religious
I fewer hits and my ratio of strikeouts to walks was better homer-happy Stuart and about all he contrived to was say
J t J ByARTHURDALEYFORT ever before. I had to pitch well because we didn't get too many lot of empty air. He tied Pancho Herrera's unenviable Na- pitcher. "He does something to this ball club and his

\ j .-. MYERS -.Danny Murtaugh still has the rather disconcerting runs. If I had pitched poorly would have been in trouble. tional League record of 136 strikeouts. presence boosts our,morale. It also improves our language be-
{1, appearance of a Leprechaun who chews tobacco. "Pitchers always look back and see where they could have cause no one will'swear In front of him -: except me. I guessI

,-' He was a managerial marvel in 1960 when the Little Men improved their records with just a little more luck. I lost a 1-0 Helpful CatcherActually just don't know any better."

fit: rallied round him to whisper words of wisdom into the ears game to Juan Marichal of the Giants. I lost a 1-0 game to I
i! which sprout from his map-of-Ireland face. That's when he led Warren Spahn of the Braves on Lee Maye's home run. The he should have broken it but at the end of the seasona Wave Seeks

F.'t .:: the Pirates Into a pennant and world series victory. But the worst of all, I guess, was when George Altman of the Cards hita helpful catcher muffed a foul third strike. The reprieved

I f. ;; elves have done mighty little whispering since, bad cess tot homer off me with two.out in the ninth to win a 1-0 game for Clendenon thereupon singled to avoid a record he never wanted. See this man .

*. them. It was the banshees who took over. Curt Simmons. "When I took over for Stuart," said Clendenon, "I got the 3rd when yavinsure '

'f.;I Early in the exhibition season, though, Murtaugh received "I had two more toughies with Marichal, both of us going silly idea I had to hit as many homers as he did. I was charg- StraightVs. .
I' t :; a message that would seem to have come all the way from a scoreless for seven innings. The Pirates lost one in the 10th and ing the ball and that's not me. I'm not a pull hitter. I'ma '

\ I !.' peat bog. The thought reached him just as he looked over Rex won the other in the ninth. But I had been removed for a pinch spray hitter. I hit .302 that way the year,before and_I intendto Williston your

i I! Johnston, a muscular rookie who had learned the art of switch hitter in each and therefore was not involved in either. be a .300 hitter again." car or home

{' hitting the year before and learned it wellt" "If our team had done even half way decent in September, it The Pirates are buoyed by the presumable return to formof

j" I just want you to bat right handed from now on, son," would have been a solid year of accomplishment for us all." Vernon Law, the hero of the 1960 pennant drive. He was out P.third K. Yonge was to go aftera

I said Danny. "I already have too many left handed hitters. If One Pirate who had to carry an extra heavy burden was for most of last year with an injury but is now throwing with a today when straight it met baseball Williston victory at

\ you belt a couple righty I'll know I'm back on the track."
1 the Blue Wave diamond at 4pm.
I "Yes, sir," said Johnston. That day he hit two right handed .

screamers for home runs. Red AuerbachWould '"

Coach Wilbur Hoskins' nine

Turn in Luck has beaten Santa Fe and Orange

Park in two games to
Danny has been preening over his masterminding ever RatherBe ..... date. Williston will be making
since, although the only significance anyone could read into its debut today.
this isolated incident is that it may have marked a turn In the
Murtaugh luck. It was all bad last year. The trade the Pirates Rob Hansen will start on the

made blew up In their faces. They let go of Dick Groat and TeacherBy J mound for PKY. It will be his

Dick Stuart among others and the operatives who were sup- a -/l.. first. hill attempt.

posed to fill their jobs didn't So the Bucs finished eighth. Other Starters

I "I expected to start slow last season," said Murtaugh, reflectively BOB HOOBING So Auerbach turned to the .1 ;.': Other PKY starters will be

i spraying the dugout steps with tobacco juice, "and BOSTON (AP-Like to be the I game[ he played at George :it., :;,:.. Bill Enneking, catcher; Tom ; !...
j then pick up speed from the halfway mark on. We did but then 'most successful coach in professional -Washington University.It's j Hansen, first base; Ronnie "' "' .

I J ,| we became unglued in September. There was one stretch basketball history? t 1'1ti.j' ,I-_ Rodgers, second base; George --, :..

when we lost 21 of 24." I Arnold (Red) Auerbach-self- no accident the two longest ..I';J\. ) (; : t\.\: olley,. shartstop; Danny Dennison He may save
"I admit our deals looked bad," conceded Joe Brown, the I assured of the label- winning streaks in the NBA17 ti'd ft. third base; Robert
owner .
] .general manager who made them, "But it is not realistic to I would rather be schoolteacher. games each at Washingtonin ;':-c_. _c<_:. ', -.:.: c \ Stearns, left field; Tommy Stal- you big money. '
a :
judge a deal basis 1946 and with the Celtics in ._. ... ) \ I; naker center
I on a one-year rstill think these will payoff ; Driven by a fierce desire for ,o.;: .. ..' : field; and Cy
in the long run. 959-were put together underAuerbach's Lott, right field.
.@ -,, ; .
success, the cigarsmoking whip .. -
"The only short-range trade I ever made was when I got hand behind Boston's six Na- direction. -'.d,_-: ._.'-.".d.d-- '_ >, For Williston, either Jerry Gfi)

Vinegar Bend Mizell to win the 1960 pennant for us. He did what 'tional Basketball Association DemandingAt :" .. _... .-... Hobby or Ronnie Stevens will
j he was supposed to do with 13 victories. That made it a good I ',c:!"' ___ pitch. Danny Stevens will be
47 he still demands
t I deal for us. It also was a good deal for the Cardinals who got unflinching the catcher, Bruce Mitchell,

} J Julian Javier in exchange. They still are profiting by it." I The Will and pride obedience, teamwork from, hustle his- first base; Francis Crawford, KirkpatrickEdmonson
second base; Bobo Griffith
I &
t Friend Shaken To Win layers. shortstop; Billy Reese, third

I The payoff, in part, has been base; Mike Hollingshead, left
f Among those to be shaken by the September collapse was i (First In a Series) eight straight Eastern Division field; Mike Mikell, center INSURANCE INC.

i Bob Friend, one of baseball's finest craftsmen. titles. The Celtics recently field; and. Robert Philp 0 t t, 31 N. Main 372-8438

11 "I came into that last month with 16 victories said Murtaugh's wrapped up the latest crown .. __ right field. .
t is thingsto ''
best friend. championships many d : ::'''' ''d '
"I felt certain at least reasonably certain with younger Cincinnati pushing 1 "" imBKwaHBS H
that I'd reach 20. But I many people. He is calleda ,
,ff t stopped at 17. hard from behind. Giant ?
dictator, tactical genius, ref- Dragon

eree-baiter, frustrated actor. Although champion maker
'jj' Herb Smith But a teacher? Never.That's Bill Russell has been the Most No, it's an 11-pound bass lying on the ground with the luxury of leisure

Tops Valuable Player choice of his its mouth propped open and decorated with a battle-
how little is known I
l 1 fellow NBA athletes several scarred Rapala. This is a bass which L. L. Petty _
about the whose 18 NBA
man times[ there are no superstarswith recently took from Johnson Lake. 1
h seasons, nearly 1,400 games and gaudy on the Cel- (Photo by Eddie Davis) rH
t League With 643 over 890 victories are all-time averages
records. tics. Only one Boston player, '
John Havlicek, currently is in "
I "Love Teaching""I 76ers Task
the league's top 10 scorers.' : S'aM
Building Kite's 214 was high single! love teaching," Red confesses -
"What do I care about statistics -
game while Hurricanes totaled from under the fading, { !
cial League at Palm Lanes and points? You give me Div 'th't ,
3062 on 1048-1027-987. The 1048 receding fringe of hair. "If the
last night with a 643 series. the championships and you can
was best salaries had been somewherenear a
Smith posted games of 185-248- comparable I never would have the All Star teams," Auer- Stop Big k y JR'a 4 M 'i..a n

210-643. Splits were made by Szafran,I have left the classroom." bach says. c. r ,+,
r 3-7-10 and 57.
Elmer Broadwell of Wise's The tough taskmaster was By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Robertson also had 16 assists #

{ Drug Store had 607 on 205-185- Harvey Thomas' 591 on 225- waiving a piece of chalk insteadof Starke TestsAugustine The Philadelphia 76ers get an- and helped shut off the 76ers offense

217 and Frank Palka, Bank of 177-189 led the Mixed League at the tightly-rolled programnow when- I'other crack at stopping Oscar at a critical stage.

Hawthorne, totaled 605 on 224- Palm Lanes. Rich Stolarski had his trademark Robertson tonight as they meet
1 World War H broke out
172-209. 557 and Bob Glafcke had 522. that St. the Cincinnati Royals in the sec- ) -
"I made $1,900 year, .5'-
Nita Thomas paced the women ond of the Eastern Division +
Smith's 248
W2_. L Auerbach says. Some of the
m Eleanore Todaro had ST. AUGUSTINE Starke's semifinal in the National
while working
game Georgie Cataus students picked up $2,700 -
? >. WHPwaSfey Jusick 432. unbeaten baseball team will Basketball Association.The "-5
Boxwell Electric had
and part time in the shipyards. FISHINGFrom
Mary Lee's Beauty Salon had for fourth
a straight
Jim Yeckring, Boxwell, 235. When I returned after the war
76ers have to win
2183 set and
a a 759 high game. and its first in Slorida Star Conference -
2959 SeriesMcCoys Sarah Wintermade the 5-7 split I: was offered step-up raises for play when it meets the Royals will be in a posi-

had a 2959 set on and Corrie Hayes the :5-8-10. the time I was away and a bo- St. Augustine this afternoon. tion to close the best-of-five

953-996-1008 and Wise's hit a nus. It came to $2,900. Game time series on their home court Steinhatchee Fla. t t94a
was set at 3:30: a
1064 high game. "I just couldn't make a go of Wednesday night.
BotvlijigResults it." a. Y
Ray Allen led the Twilight p.m.The Tornadoes of Bradford When the teams met in the on

League at Palm Lanes with a Co. have topped Macclenny, first of the playoff series Sun J

572 set. John Manara had a Roger Craig Green Cove Springs and San- day night, Robertson showed The WINNER'

237 high game. ta Fe to date. why he was voted the NBA's
: Splits were made by Jim INDUSTRIAL most valuable player. He scored

Bockler, Milton St Peter and Gainesville Shop. Center W 24 14 L Head Coach John Manning probably -31 points in leading the Royalsto 65 Feet Long
I i Pat Dooley, all 5-7s; Gary Hart McKinney Green Insurance 26 14 Kept will use Mark Hamilton on a 127-102 victory and a 1-0 18 Feet Wide

i I and Don Mason, 510. G'vliie Pepper Sun Printing Co. 24 24 16 K the mound against the Yellow lead in the series. Coast Guard Inspected AMBASSADOR8 I
George Rafferty of Pyrofax Plggle Park Restaurant 23 17 jackets.
Blrdsey Feed Mills 21 1Servlcemaster Despite WoesST. Lounge room & I
Seek ThirdIn
; Gas paced the Sunday Mixed 20 20 choiceI
Allstate Insurance 17 23 Other Tornado starters loom Snack bar -your outstanding
League at Palm Lanes with a.. Paul's Auto Salvage 16 24 the Western Division semi-
179210199588. Bob Brown of Florida Pest Control 15 25 PETERSBURG, Fla. as Don Falcon, shortstop; Leaves Taylor's Dockat
Wonderhouse Restaurant 15 25B&G (;AP-Roger Craig, baseball's Gary Cole, left field; Greg Red final playoffs, the St. Lou- 7:30 a.m.
E Busch Bavarian had 552. Bea Motors 13 27 in 100% cotton Supimae"Extraspecial"
Bank RESULTS biggest loser for the last two dish, center field; Wayne Mc- is Hawks try to make it three Returns 5 to 6 p.m.
Purdy, University City G'vliie Shop. Cent. 4, Paul's Auto 0; straight against the Los Ange-
had a 469 and Ruth Cappe Pepper 3. B g G 1; Fla. Pest. 3. PIg- years, was telling about a heck- Leod, third base; Emmett Ak-
ole Park 1; Allstate 3. Blrdsey 1; ler. ridge, second base; Dwight Elder -les Lakers Wednesday in Los Is the word for extra-long-staple
Bureau, 454. Brown had G'vliie Sun 3. Servlcemaster 1; McKIn-
I a 229 high game. ney-Green 2. Wonderhouse 2. "It was at a banquet this win- catcher; Lamar Williams, Angeles.The $5.00 per person SUPIMA cotton. And In these handsome Manhattan

699 Game FLORIDA NATIONAL BANKW ter," the St Louis right-bander right field; Mike Frick, first i Hawks outscored the Lak $1.00 for Rod & Reel *'' sport shirts, this luxury fabric adds

I University City Bank had a Deposits 47Vi 36V L said. "This guy got up and he ers 34-23 in the last quarter of extra pleasure to every leisure hour. Choose

1963 set, a 699 single game high. Withdrawals Forgers 66 t\Vt 38 43V* was riding me pretty good. base.Two Softball their game Sunday night and them In striking prints and colors. Wear themin

Splits were made by Marion Returns 58 46 Heck, I'm not ashamed of the won 106-90 for a commanding Trips open to individualsSat. greater pride and comfort Get them now,
Sliver Dollars 55 4 IBid
Tomlinson, 3-7-10; Della Crowe, Pennies 54V4 49V* way I pitched and .I couldn't 2-0 lead in their best-of-five set ., Sun. and HolidaysFor while selections
5-7-9; Betty Haley, 5-7; George Cashiers Dividends 50 44V* 54 57V4 stand this guy taking me apartSo Games SlatedCEDAR For the 76ers, the task will be our are complete. $pOO

v Cappe, 6-7; Ted Arnold and Jim Lucky Pennies 46 58 I just got up and said: to hold Robertson down. from

King, 5-lOs. Bowling Debits Bills 39 41 45 63 'You know, I'm the only KEY A pair of Charter Mon., Tues.,
Millionaires 38 66 two-time 20-game loser who gota Western Division softball gamesin They tried speed and they Wed., Thurs. & Fri.
Nachtrieb led the tried size without much
Harvey Withdrawals 4, Lucky Pennies 0* Returns raise both years.' the Riverland Conference are Sunday Sdw4
Sperry Second Shift League at 4. Bad Pennies 0; Dividends 4, I success.
"That him down.
Millionaires 0; Bowling Bills 4, Cashiers I quieted on tap today.At I
Palm Lanes with a 183-181-170 0; Deposits 3. Silver Dollars
I; Craig uses the story to illus- 1:30 p.m. Bell meets Ced- Coach Dolph Schayes used
Fogers 3. Debits 1.
-534. L. Hesch had 529 and
A. I trate how he kept his head whilehe ar Key and following the guards Paul Neumann Hal Phone:- Cross City
Kesling 519. Hesch had a 205 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN'S 225 W. Univ. Ave.
HANDICAP was pitching for the New game, Bronson goes against the Greer, Al Bianchi 'and Larry
best HY 8-3423 LOT
game. Team III 61 W 27 L York Mets. In 1962 Craig had a Sharks in the second half of Costello, and forwards Chet Wai- .

'. Splitters rolled a 1530 series C&B Federal Photo Bake Supply Shop 49V 51 38V 37 10-24 record. Then things got! the twin bill. ker and Dave Gambee on. him. .J tI
and a 535 high game. Splits Southeastern Transformer 44 44 worse. Last season he was 5-22, --- -- -

were made by J. Juespert, 5- Citizen's Champion Bank Compressor 37 20V* 51 47V* tying a National League record I I''

.. 10; Kesling, 57.9; J. Van Leer, RESULTS by losing 18 games in a row and
57; and P. Achtelik, 5-9.10. Team III 4. Federal Bake Shop 0; C4B tying a major league record by BRAKES EXPERT SERVICE SPECIALS
Kelly Hite of Hurricanes had Photo 0;SUpply Citizen's 4. Southeastern Bank 4. Champion Transformer losing five 1-0 games.

a 561 on 201-214-146 in.the General Compressor 0. He came to the Cardinals in a $ 119

: Electric loop at Palm I POLICE BENEVOLENT ASS.... trade for outfielder George Alt A FRONT END
; Lanes. Bill Monahan, Yankees, I. W L man. 3\f _
Holy Rollers 34 10V "Sure I took it home with
i rolled 526; Ace Szafran, Injun- Alley Cats :31 14 We'll remove front $ L50 2JrWe'll
I ears, 520; Sandy Santerfiet, Hurricanes Wildcats Fireballs 23 2SV* 22 14V me, said Craig. "A lot of ball wheels, adjust brakes, repack v :
: 515; John Keefe, Half- 1 Lucky: Strikers 21 24 players exaggerate and they tell i front wheel bear

Pints, 515. Hotshots Rebels 1 21* 24 24 you nothing bothers them. I'm ings, check grease seals, w
Blue Devils If 24Blacklacks married, and if I couldn't discuss add fluid and road test. align front end,
It 27 it with wife who couldI
Aces my ,
14 31 correct camber caster
Rebs Look RESULTS discuss it with? and check
Lucky Strikers 3. Rebels 0; Alley Cats I toe-in shocks
2. Wildcats Fireballs 3. Blue Devils "But there were good mo- I 6 MONTHS TO PAY exhaust system and
0; Hotshots 3. Blackjacks 0; Holy Rott ments too he said.
ers 3. Aces 0.ROYAL. 'Til never "TRY USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN ON SERVICE WORK grease seals.Change. I
For FirstLAKE forget my: girl-Sherri, she's 11
POULTRYW L ...; jumping down and grabbingme KINGEDWARD"

CITY Santa Fe's Sharpshooters Fantastic Four 35 39 21 17 and kissing me the night 1 :

Rebels make a third try to wina Rallies Four Four 32 30 24 14 broke my 18-game losing America L rgst Stlling Cigar USED TIRES Overs -
baseball game today when Thunderblrds 2* 27 streak.
Strikes 1 New
Spares 25 31
meet Lake City at 4 Iscontlnued.
they pjn. Toppers 24 34 _
Lucky Strikers 13 43 EVERY
The Rebels have bowed to P.
K. Yonge of Gainesville and Fantastic Four RESULTS 3. Sharpshooters ii. STEREO and HI-FI REAL BARGAINS FOR SECOND CARS & SPARES. Factory Blemish ;
Wacky Four 3. Strikes fc Spares 1
Starke in previous encounters. Toppers 2. Rolling Four 2j Thunderbirds .
Starting for the Rebs were to REBEL 3. Lucky COIN Strikers 4. STAMP 1. COFFEE SERVICE HEADQUARTERSALL $388 UP TO TIRES .
4 be Richard Johnson LEAGUE UP No Trade Needed '
shortstop; W L MAKES 30% DISCOUNT TIRES!
4 Warren Buck, third base; Jerry Silver Dollars 54 3]

... Blanton, center field; Bud Rivi--Coins Non Cent 53 54 35 34 ALL WORK GUARANTEEDBlack's :

ere, catcher; Greg Blount, pItcher Half Cants 44V* 43V* I II
or right field; John Bar. Triangles Buffaloes 3S 44 53 44 I
.,. Three Centers 34 94 Audio Service GOOD1'iEAR5ERVICEI
ron, first base; Fred Clark, Penny P.ncher. *
second base; Randy Holloway, RESULTS I
.. left field; and Jimmy Emerson, Triangles Cents X Coins 4. Penny 1) Non Pinchers Cents 3., Three Half 229 W. Unir. Ave. Phone 372-WHO MAIN ST.
right field. Center U Buffaloes X, Silver Dollars ;I 725 N. PHONE 372-3537.. :

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( DickinsonSets


\ Pace In WORT

>> Dollars Race I REVIEW V

J. ,

'' o. Dickinson of West Palm '
1'1 I Beach continued to pace the Late Morning

(I II governorship field Monday in Readers' Request I
S-w- ? money received and invested, in N. Y. Listing I
i.4 ;" I his campaign for Florida's top

1Ii-- political office. AllisChal 17i IntNick 741'
!1 1I _-- However, his new report and Alcoa 15 '. IntPap 32*; I Ire(The requested following specifically market by quotations readers
--- that of Miami Mayor Robert I of trie Sun financial page. The quotations STOCK LISTINTGS
AmAir 48 4 Jones&L 753a I I Ire furnished by Pierce Wul-
King High were held by Secretary I Service
: up bern. Murphey Investment
1 1II : of State Tom Adams on\ AmBrk 55U Ken'cott 83 I j I I ".re.) '.

grounds they did not show the AmBdPar 378 Lig&My 73H| i:Contl Ins 2.20 ..- 584 Redwing Carriers '_ l1
AmCan 42 Loch'd 37AmCyan *. N. Y. STOCK
complete ,addresses of all
con- :Contrl Dat 80 RIC Group 9!
II i tributors. 63Vi Mag'vox 39s EXCHANGE ** Sperry R. Wts ._ 8
: Corn Pdts 1.50 j '
i1 2:2 Dickinson's report showed AmMot 16? MplsHon 124 I :' ? S"ntex ._ ._ ._ 8911
that he spent $56,877 last week AT&T 139 MM&M 65% Delta Air 1.60 ": Tampa Elec 26
AmTob 308 Mohasco 12i ,Abbott Lab 2.40 H33 Det Steel .60
for a campaign total of $211,069, I i 447' Tech Measur 22 .
land that he received $41,994 in Ampx Cp 16 8 Mons'to 71? ;j j Allied Cern 1.80 56 Emerson El 1.00 2.. 11fA Wts ..... ._ 22
contributions for a total of $284- Anaconda MontWd 36 8'I Amerada Pt 2.00 76 Fair Camra .50g .,V'-4 Va1spar .._ '_.. .. 71
754. Armour 505i NatDair 6338J:iArn Elc Pow 1.16b 414 Jim Walter ._ JJtJ

T ii|I Adams rejected the financial I Babcock 604 NatDist 2M :1 lAmer Enka 1.40a 63** 1 Finanl Fed ..._. .-... 44 OVER THE COUNTER

; \reports of five candidates last B&O 405. N.AmAv 53 j Amer Home 1.44a 67 Fst Chartr 1.97f 91 Alien Land ..... ._. '. 7
I week Dickinson's but not I BethStl 38 Penney 52 Amer M Fdy .90 17 ,FlaECst.._ 20 Amer Fidel Life 24'sAmer
,:High's among them and the Boeing 438 PaRR 3158 Armco Stl 3.00 ._ 72" .FoodFair.90 55I Heritage .- 2111
candidates promptly met the Borden 74 4 PepCola 48 Atch Topka 1.20a 28 I FMC Corp 1.00 33i Arner Nat Ins '- 204
secretary of state's objections. Brunswk 1034 PhillPet 483s Bauch Lomb 1.20 33 i Gen Tele .88 .- ;' Amer Pion.r ute .-_ 5 3
Adams said that the state finan- CaterTr 603. RCA 36 4 Baxter Lab .36 25!,4 Ga Pacifi l.OOb 29 IT8; Anheuser Busch 4j'.

Georgia Visits Florida cial reporting law on can. Celanese 67 RepStl 45 / Beckman In. .._ 58 Getty Oil .lOg .- 533'* Anodyne ._. ._ '_ 4s4
didates' spending and gifts Chrysler 46Ti Revlon 375s:Beech LF S 1.10 48 Grace Co l.OOb -. :, Citizens Bank _.. 36
t Georgia's Gov. Carl E. Sanders (center), whose state last year wa embroiled must be obeyed.The CornEd 48 ReyTob 40as!Bristol My .80 > ..- 63 ,Heine Curt .80 ..- ,.tj Conn Lt & Pow ._ 37
financial ContCan 453i StReg P 343s Brown Shoe 3.40 88 54 IBM 5.00 ... 13s
with Florida over the labeling of poul try products, poses with another type reports showed Cowles Mag & PB _
of Florida poultry wild turkey gobblers killed yesterday on the Dixie Lily that Scott Kelly of Lakeland was DowChe 70 ii Seaboard 48 I Brunswick ._ 10 :Int Min C 1.80a "JL Dun & Bral1st .._ 6P.
I i.t Ranch and Hunting Preserve near Williston. With Sanders are his hosts, Char- running second to Dickinson in duPont: 258 4 Sears 106 I Cambell S. 2.40 117 ''Tnt" Tele 1.00 ]J}'4,8 I Firs West Fine.... 183
collected and EAL 3538 Sinclair 45',4 I.Carter Pdt l.OOa 64 I .U ogg BOa ..- g IH.Fla. .
les 'ebb (left) and Cecil Webb, officials of the Dixie Lily Milling Co. (Sun money spent. Florida Gas _
photo by Tommy Lewis) Kelly reported that during the E.Kodak 128 Socony 72 ;Case J. I. _- 10 .Lehman Cp 1.34e 6-j. I' Nat' Bank ._ 60tj
past week he received $28,741for Firestone 43Ti SouthnC 548 I Cessna Air 1.00 _" 27 Litton In 1.98f 20 v. Fla. Tel .._ ._ 24
his campaign, bringing the FlaPw 47 Vs Sperry 18Ti Ches Ohio 4.00 704Coas Lone S Cm 1.00 39' "Forrest Labs ._ ._
Melrose School total to $210,954, and that he FlaP&L 76 StBrand 75S8 I S Gas 37 Marsh Fld 1.60 ....- 18 Founders Life 9'2
>Ii j Keeps ; spent $38,248 for a total of $156- Ford 55! I StO NJ 84I CBS 1.80b 43 Martin M 1.00 ...- -.. 3" Franklin Life ._ 56'
McG Hill .60a ...... ._ _
061. FrmstDa 10 Studebak 8 Comb Eng 1.20 28
I Great AIDer ,..... .._ 15Groller
Haydon Burns of Jacksonville Frept Sul 35% Swift 46U! Cone Mills .80 15 Mead Corp 1.70 ....- 14 8 __.___ 4414

\JI Board Votes No Action'By listed spending of $13,214 and a FruehTr 3138 Texaco 743s I Contl Airl .40 254 Merck 2.00a)() ... Gulf ute ..... _... 55
NatI! Airl ,80 .__ ... :
GenDyn 29 Thiokol 16
total of $109,148, and contributions 1 314 Hen Jones _.. ,_ 15
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of $257976 and a total of t GenEl 86% U Carb 120 TODAY'S DOW JONES 50 Home Insurance 644
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Nia M Pow 2.00
I GenFds 90 UnitAirc 46 Prev. Close

Components 1st Hr Jax 1\Iinit l\Ikts 6'
( SAM McGARVEY We will help build it. We want|the Board members Dr. Roy $164,492. GenMills 39 UnFrt 23I I Norfolk W 6.00 ...... 126 "
; Sun Staff Writer I to offer the best education at Campbell, Ben Beasley Quincy John Mathews Jr. of Jackson l No Ind P S 1.48 ._ 57U Kennasaw Life '_ '. 13S.
I GenMtrs 81 US Steel 58 813.60 I Indust. I Up LifeofFla._... SLoes
Masters and George Miller un-ville reported spending $15,109 No Nat Gas 1.80 ._... 527.
the lowest cost for the entir 45 *
PALATKA Before Goodyr UnivMat 12 i
a largej 191.88 ..._ 17 .
I Rails Company
I I Up 0.15
animously. last week in his campaign, Olin Math 1.20 ...... ._...
the lowest cost for the entire 52
I delegation of Melrose residents,!I II Greyhnd WestgEl 36 Iilgo Electron 13'.
bringing the campaign total to I 138.26'I Util I 0.36 Owens II G 2.50 ..._ 964 '
I the Putnam County Board of county. We can all get togetherand Following the vote, Warren GulfOil 53 WinnDix 30 IMort. Guaranty Ins _
work for better school in, of Grandin $85,556, and that he took in l 282.82 Stocks Pac G&E 1.00 ...... __ 31 *
Public Instruction voted yesterday a Brantley said, IntHarv 11 2V olwth 73'Hairrassed'Pop I I Up 0.03 9 Pacific SW Air _._ 4ttz
I $25.239 for a total of $130,171. Pac 2.40 ._ !
to take no action moving Melrose. "We've presented here a solid 4,960,000 I Volume I 1,320,000 Lting M9 Schlitz Brewing '. 48t.'
Pac T&T 1.20
I the top three grades of the Mel- The decision front. We had more than 200 74 Secur. Life & Tr. 51h
\ rose School to Palatka.In about 75 Melrose resi- present at a recent PTA meeting AppealsNEW Pan Amer A 1.20 30 Southern Nitro ...._ 18'Travelers
Parke Dav 1.00 _
but there's been FEED GRAIN
apparently Ins 50
announcing the decision, dents who had crowded into Pennzoil 2.00 747 '
Board Chairman Kelly Smith the hearing room to protestthe a misunderstanding about this IBERIA, La. (AP) -j i with orders to stay there until i DEADLINE Perkin El __ W* MUTUAL FUNDS "

J said: "We will take no action moving of their high school. whole matter. We thank every- A father convicted of slugging''his haircut satisfied school au i' Pfizer .80a 47'7 I INVESTMENT CO.
i on the proposal at this time. But as it turned out, the ques-:I one for attending and let's now a high school principal over thorities. I IS FRIDAY Phelps DG 3.00 ..- 683 r

I We know Melrose is growingand tion was decided in their favor show by a hand vote our deter- the question of approved hair- I I 'Polaroid .20 .._ _. mi \Affiliated Fund ...... 8.51
that the prospects are early in the meeting and every mination to build a bigger and cuts planned two appeals to- The question of how long is a !I W. H. (Pete) Simmons 'Pub Sv E G 2.60 764 Capital Life & Gr. 9.93

good for a bigger school ere.ViuuDixic one in attendance was satis- better school at Melrose." day one to the State District haircut has been simmering for I I county ASCS office manager Pure Oil 1.60 *;*'. Divers Growth ._ 9.78
fied. A round of applause followed Court and the other to sympa. some time. To the rule that pupils Rayonier 1.00 35T Dividend Shares 3.70

One Melrose person broughtup this statement and was repeated thetic parents. cannot have long hair parents ,I that, today Friday reminded is the last farmers Rexall .50b -- 4- Drejfus ..... ..... 20.28
:i \ Hits the question of why the vo- when Dr. James R. Neale, George Mouton, a service station claimed an attempt was I.I they can sign for the 1964 day Reyn Metl .50 __ 39 1 Fidelity Capit _. 11.34
ag course will be dropped at: one of the Melrose committee, operator, was convicted being made to have everyone, Feed Grain up Rich Merr 1.00 48 !Fidelity Fund ...._ 17.50
i New Sales Melrose.High, but Smith replied asked the group to show their Monday of slugging John Mc- wear a crew cut. I Program.He RCCoIaI.20...._ 55 I Fidelity Trend ._ '_ 18.82

; High that the topic was not for dis"cussion II appreciation to the Board for Graw, principal of the New; Mouton asked all persons : reported that as of yesterday Roy Dutch 1.73g ... 42'. Fund'tal Invest 10.71
tJ JACKSONVILLE WinnDixie at that meeting. Another keeping their school intact. Iberia High School, on March who backed his ideas on the 297 farms in Alachua' Searle Gd .90 _'- 564 !Income of Boston ._ 8.29
Stores, Inc. recorded a sales person asked why Melrose Gilbert Reed president of the 17. matter to appear before the County have been signed up Singer 2.00 .._ __ 100*. Incorporated Inc 9.73
increase of 5.04 per cent for the had lost their music teacher andit Melrose PTA, also thanked the Mouton was annoyed becausehis Iberia Parish (County) School for the program which pays Smith Kin 1.20a 68 i"Keystone K-2 ._ ._ 5.62
4-week period ended March 7 was explained to the apparent Board, and then added, "From i son, Glenn, 15, has been 1 Board next month to thresh out farmers for diverting a Sou Cal Ed 1.C3 __ 32 ''Keystone S-3 __ '_ 16.90
compared with the corresponding ,satisfaction of the questioner. now. on we're going to try to sent home earlier in the day the matter. percentage of their feed St Oil Cal 2.00 _. 615 Keystone S-4 ..._. 4.73
period a year ago. In opening the meeting, a Put- help you instead of tearing you grain base acreage to approved St Oil Ind 2.00b 62'. Life Investors ..... ._ 19.91 j
nam school department officialat down." conservation practices. Sterl Drug .65 _..__ 30 Life Stock Fund .__ 7.74

Sales volume totaled $69,210- Melrose, listed attendance One skeptic in the group apparently NAACP Sues To Halt I Texas Util 1.20 ._.. S37. Mass. Inv Trust 16.?fI
170 compared with $65,888.374 Textron 1.40 _......__ 43 :Mass Inv. Growth -._ 8.63
figures and then the wanted further
during the same period in 1963, costs gave of switchingthe approximate ance on the matter. He asked assure Simmons also remind e d Tidewater ...,.. .._ 384 Pioneer Fund ..... ..?_ 9.73:
an increase of $3,321,796. I program participants that Trans W A...... .._ 40 Puritan Fund ...... ._ 9.51
high school to Palatka. He %Vill we be notified of I in State ParksThe
any Segregation livestock must be removed
Union Pac 1.60a .._ 39 Putnam Growth ._ 9.*'
Sales for the 36-week period' estimated school that out of 87 eligiblefor ,change of mind" on the part of I from designated diverted ac- Und Air L J.50b __._ 603 TV&Elec..............-- 8.17
ended March 7 totaled $600.261-1 high only 61 would I the Board? I TALLAHASSEE (AP) -A suit, suit was filed Monday i I reage on April 30; and that Upjohn 1.00 554 I,'Value Line Inc ._. 5.49

912 compared with $572,806,317for !actually attend. ar4 that the Smith reassured him on behalf has been filed in U. S. District ,find charged that the State j;, the cover on diverted acreage War Lamb .70 ...._ ..__ 27'i Wellington Fund ._ .. 14.90

the corresponding period net cost to Putnam County of the present Board. Court by the National Associa- Board of Parks violated the 14th!i must be permanent Worthintn 1.50 ._ 423i ;|Purchases ...............__. 425.503
2 last year, an increase of $27- would be from $3,574 to $11,638, Other members of the Mel- : grass cover legumes or volunteer Xerox ._,. ...... _. 904 (Short Sales _....__. 2,751
455,595 or 4.79 percent. depending on the number of stu. rose committee who attendedwere tion for the Advancement of Colored Amendment of the U. S. Constitution -I native grasses (Cn 0 tweeds Zenith 1.20a ._ 83a [Other Saes! ...._.._ 435,718
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., which dents in attendance. Mrs. Margaret Gaboardi. People seeking an order by operating its parks under ). I Ii Total Sales ......
number of On presentation of all the Omar Huff barring racial discrimination in a policy of racial Also extra or extrasb I. 438,472
operates a supermarkets Mrs. Jack Miller segrega. Advances .......__ 524i
in this has total facts involved Smith said he and Wilbur state parks. tion. No date for Annual rate plus stock dividend -
area now a Johntry. I I was set a hear- i i Declines _._.__ 578
''I of 623 retail stores and 8 wholesale ;would then entertain a motion Following the meeting. Dr. ,, JFK Coins Unchanged .___ 251

units throughout the South I from the Board to keep the Neale gave this reaction, "Were i ing.Robert Saunders of Tampa, Ie Declared or paid so far this Total Issues .._...._ 1,353
compared wih 605 retail and 8{'Melrose: High School intact. delighted by what has happened i year New 1963-64: Highs _
; 93
I Florida field secretary for the On lfarketWASHINGTOl .
wholesale units a year ago. tThe action was approved by here today." I f Paid in stock in 1963 estimated -New 1963-64 Lows ........ 42
NAACP, contended in the suit]I
Cabinet Okays cash value on ex-divi
that two faculty members of: CAP) Mil- dend or ex-distribution dateg N Y S E Most Active Stocks

: ._ Florida A & M University, Dr. lions of half-dollars bearing the Paid last year Comp. VoL Close Changes
State FacilitiesFor I
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH 311 200 Leh Val '
Clarence Owens and W. O. Mack likeness of John F. Kennedy go Ind 3 up
were denied admission last May i into circulation today through II AMERICANSTOCK 110 400 Chrysler 45!. up 'i
Race Meet to Killearn Gardens near Tallahassee the: Treasury in Washington and 80 400 Te Gif Sulph 25 up 14
because they were ne banks across the nation. I EXCHANGE 76 600 Cont Airline 25 up I1.!
Social Security Quiz TALLAHASSEE (AP) The groes. Twenty-six million of the new 60 800 Xerox 904 up 1*.
Florida Cabinet granted in- I half dollars are available for Aerojet-Gen 36*i I 59 200 RCA 36 up U
tegrationists groups today the The suit also charged that the distribution and about 65 million Analex Corp 30! 52 900 Pan Amer 747. up 4

By Sylvia Porter 'k./ use of state property for their park board denied Negroes the more will be circulated be- Aqua Chem 17 45 600 Ford Motor 55 off 14
.. I I proposed statewide meeting' use of parks on an equal basis fore the end of the year. Unless Aurora Plastics ._ 31 42 300 Braniff 20 up '.
)here Friday to express support with whites; that nine of the 56 Congress changes the law the Barnes Engineer .-_ 23 40 000 Gen Motors 81*. off tt
A staggering total of 16 million ]payment. I A. They stay in her Social Security for the so-called civil rights bill parks were exclusively for Ne- mint will turn them out for 25 Butler Shoe ._ 8 38 300 Unit Air Line 60H up" 1
questions came in to Social Q. Are ministers and clergymen -I I account. If she has worked -!1 I in Congress. groes and that there were signs years or longer. Cinerama ._ 14 36 900 U S Indust 11U up '4
Security offices across the nation covered by Social Security? at least one-fourth of the time, ,posted designating separation of The 50-cent piece will replace Chromaloy 26 34 100 Studebaker 7T. unch
last year ranging from A. No unless they file a I[since Dec. 31, 1950, or since her I[ A state-owned recreation park,'the races in 10 other facilities. the Benjamin Franklin half -I Computer Sci 16 33 100 Penn RR 31 off '.
"Can my cat get a Social Security -'waiver certificate with Internal I![21st birthday if it fell after that''Centennial i Field, two blocks dollar, which was minted from Cutter Labs 377i 32 100 Vulcan! Mat 14*. up 4
card?" (no) to, "Send me Revenue within two years after i!idate, she is eligible for insur- from the Capitol building, will UF Twilight April 1948 until the end of last Data Control ._ 8 Amer Stk Excb Active Stocks
everything on Social Security." they become ordained or li-jance.i; I be used for the main meeting year. The first coins in the new Fulton Inds __ 4'. !Volume Close Change
(The data would fill a couple of censed. They then must .report.: under the Cabinet's authoriza-' Concert SetA series were struck Feb. 11 Gen Develop 11 70 300 TWA -wts22U up I3.
railroad cars.) earnings as a self-employed per-'i Q. What if a worker becomes|I|t tion. at the Denver and Philadelphiamints. Mackey Airlines 7 [37 500 Hazel Bishop 9 up

What, I asked the Social Security son, even though they may be i!([disabled A. If he before worked retirement at least age five?I II !I t The state officials also agreed I twilight concert combining The Kennedy coin was Mead Johnson ._ 21 ((34 500 Teleregister 10 up, *.

office in Washington were'employed by their church. i j(I out of the 10 before he became ; that a maximum of 300 marchers :the talents of the University of'authorized by a law enacted Pac NW Tel -_ 22 !128 600 Syntex Corp 89 up 43.
the 10 questions pinpointing! Q. Can a divorced wife getwife's years -t could the south 1 IFlorida Gator Band and the last Dec. 30.Kennedy's. Philips EIre 47 !26 800 Northeast Air 4 unch
'[ disabled and if he falls gather on
the least-known and mostmisj! benefits when her ex-hus- within Social Security's definition lawn of the main Capitol building 1 1 Choral Union will be held tomorrow -. likeness taken; I NEW YORK TIMES! MARKETVER GEi MAR. 23 !
understood details of the whole 1 band retires? I 6:45 the(from the presidential medalis'on
of "disabled" he qualifies for brief closing activities.- at p.m. on I Ie) New Ytrfc THTM
system? Herewith the answers: A. No. And if the divorce takes'* Plaza of the Americas. the face of the coin and the
|for monthly payments both for 1 '
Q. Just who is not covered by)place after she has begun receiving j.i It said that the marchers Richard W. Bowles will conduct -. familiar eagle, holding olive High Low Close Net Chg.
himself and for his dependents!! I 25 Rails 133.60 132.40 132.84 Off .29
Social Security today? j benefits she must notify |: should time their activities to' and Dr. Elwood Keister will branch and arrows in its talons ;
A. Self employed doctors!the Social Security Administration |!who qualify. 'I; not interfere with the flow of t direct the choral group. is on the back. I 25 Industrials 817.76 808.97 814.43 Up .21 j
Q. How does Social Security 50 Stocks 475.68 470.68 473.63 Off .04
:I I and I
(about 150.000)), federal civilian to stop payments. state employes that the I
employes ((2,500.000)) covered by*r Q. Can a divorced wife get'!define! "disabled"? I I groups must post a deposit of I ,
the federal staff retirement sys-|survivors benefits in the event J A. Your illness or injury -, $200 to assured cleanup of theI Hearing Set For
tern. an uncounted number of:of her ex-husband's death? physical( or mental must be'I grounds used by the demonstra- STOCK
parents \vho help their children A. Yes if she has been receiving -so severe that you cannot "en-! tors. | FLASHES I
with domestic work. Parents actually at least half of her sup-,>gage in any substantial gainful]j.I MARKETNEW
employed by their children port from her ex-husband under';activity" and it must be expected -jI|! March to Sea State Nixon' Rift
in a regular business, however .:court order or divorce agree- to continue indefinitely.]I I I YORK AP) The!!f I U. S. Steel advanced to
are covered. t iment. But she is eligible only No temporary illness, however I I j ,stock market was irregular in:,,584: on 1,500 shares: CIT Financial .
LA PAZ, Bolivia, (AP-1
Q. To what extent are houseIhold ',[for monthly mothers' benefits severe, is covered. If the disability -II About 30,000 Bolivians led by ST. PETERSBURG (AP) ,- A also ruled the slate could not be moderately active trading at;{, up H at 36 on 1,700
employes and baby sitters!and only if she has in her care only prevents you from doing President Victor Paz Estens- hearing has been set for Thurs- on the ballot "unpledged_" the opening today. .;shares.
covered? (|children of her divorced hus- regular work but not some, soro took part in a "march to I day on a suit to force Secretaryof I I As an alternate to Nixon's Changes of most key stocks I i Sperry Rand opened unenanged -
A. They are covered if they I band who are unmarried and,other kind of work, you do not! the sea" Monday to publicizethis State Tom Adams to put a name on the ballot, the suit asks were small. I ed at 18?4 on 4.000 shares.
earn at least $50 from the same!'under 18. ,I qualify. ( landlocked nation's demandfor !slate pledged to former Vice that members be allowed to remain Opening blocks included Chrysler .::, New York Central recovered
employer in any given calendar Q. Can a woman collect benefits Q. What if a "disabled" worker a on the Pacific. President Richard M. Nixon on.: as unpledged.Two J up 4 at 46-. on 6,000] at 324 on 2,000 shares.
quarter or about $4 a week.| both as a worker and a wife? wants to try working again?I port the May 26 Republican preferential slates seek Florida's 34 shares; Radio Corp., unchanged I Kennecott added U at 83*. on
This includes maids, cleaning A. No. She collects only the A. Everybody who applies for' Bolivia wants a port from primary ballot in Florida. votes at the national conventionin at 36H on 3,000; and American 1,500 shares. Montgomery Ward
women, baby sitters, cooks, gardeners benefits based on her work unless disability benfits is referred to Chile, which took Bolivia's sea- Anthony S. Battaglia, GOP San Francisco in July. Tobacco, off at 30 on and Eastman Kodak each lost
handymen.The her benefits as a wife, basedon a State Vocational Rehabilitation -: coast after a war in 1879. Chile national committeeman from One is beaded by Rep. William 2,00. 4.
employer must report her husband's earnings, agency for counseling and' has rejected the Bolivian demand Florida, filed the suit in Pinel- C. Cramer and pledged to General Electric lost % at 8fiU Pennsylvania Railroad fell H
wages over $50 to the District would be higher. In that case training. If a worker does go' and diplomatic relations las County Circuit Court Monday Sen. Barry Goldwater R-Ariz. :on 2,000 shares. to SUi' on 4.000 shares. EasternAir
Director of Internal Revenue .the difference is automatically back to work despite a severe' between the two countries are. Judge G. Richard Leaven- The other is headed by' Tom Among fractional losers were: Lines and United Air Lines
within a month of the end of j!added to her monthly check. handicap, either through the broken.An good set the hearing date. Fairfield Brown, state GOP"Royal Dutch, off U at 42 on lost st each. Boeing was un-
e.rh ouarter and pay taxes of f Q. What happens to her Social 'vocational agency or on his own, j I Battaglia heads the slate chairman, and William D. Paw I'3,000 shares; American Tele-changed. .
3H per cent of the wages earn:|!Security benefits if a woman ijhe I continues to get Social Se- 80-pound adult sea otter t which Adams ruled off the bal-ley of Miami. It is committed,phone, off *. at 139 on 2,500; Yesterday the Associated
ed. The employe is responsible:stops: working before retirement;'curity benefits for 12 months I may eat 15 pounds of fresh food' lot after Nixon requested that| to Goldwater but is on the ballot I and Westinghouse Electric, ,off t{Press average of 60 stocks dip.
for a matching 3H per cent'I age? (after' be begins work. daily. (his name be withdrawn. Adams I as '-unpledged." I!l Ii. at 36 on 1,500. Iped .5 to 301.1. 1

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What't your problem? For.a |tnal I # ({ 1 1 Q l

'., reply writ*- to .u.,. Box 3365.I Love I I '1i i

: .v.ry Hills Calif.. 90%1%. and or lL11 11
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: Abigail Van -'- / __ I

: DEAR ABBY: Our baby is only three months old. My hus tors say not longer. I don' HA5ARRNED WIGGLE DEBUTAMTESSOUR. GKNTLlMMU-fXtfTSLAP \ DONTHAVEHERON7HE&ACKT&tT
band's family is quite wealthy and they have spent a lot on just kill them. I know they -YOU'RE .HIPSJ7-/WD J DOMT HWEDOMTPKXTOUR W1 FUN
.gifts for her. I must admit there is a great deal our baby I want to spare them all I can. !; 7MUCHRN5TEETHr >C AMD FER OOtfTWMNIN m RASSLEHERf DOES WE?

Wouldn't have if it weren't for them. On the other hand my are broken. My husband says /lERFACE.?

parents barely make ends meet, and, though they would love my mother right away. What
.Ho buy things for our baby, they can't afford to. Ours is the A f '

inly grandchild on both sides, and both sets of garndparents J t
ire wild about her. But we don't want her to grow up thinking DEAR HEARTBROKEN: ;
that because all the presents come from one set of grandpar- your mother. You need the

1 fcnts the other set doesn't love her as much. What can we do you. Heartaches shared are e v

bout this? Or should we just keep quiet and teach our child DEAR ABBY: My husband
(hat love means more than presents? the female intelligence.

NEW PARENTS thing stupid, he will say, _
DEAR PARENTS: The affection of very young children is He claims that the reason \ I
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easily bought with gifts. It takes a mature mind to reason that men in the professions is

"love" means more than presents. Your husband should explain ity is inferior to a man's. He I'LLPlflYYE CALEB JEST FELL OUT I'LL BE GO AHEAD AN
this to his generous pareats. They'll understand. he gets. I am tired of MAKES ONE MORE GAME OFTH'HAYLOFT AN' ( RIGHTTHAR, QUIT WINNERS,
DEAR ABBY: Two weeks ago we took our beautiful littleOyearold quake on women. I'd like to ii-' NOTHIN
daughter to a doctor and he said she had leukemia. that would shut him up once 1 I isor
:We didn't want to believe him so we took her to another doc- 1 i

;tor, and he said the same thing. Abby, our world has fallen DEAR MERE: Ask him 11,
apart Our daughter may live a year, maybe less, but the doc bachelor..Like his father! y J1Vl .

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defying one of the most the modern American ideal of than the world's most deliberative f SR, MARRIAGE!

fixed prejudices of American po masculinity honed sharp on body.
litics. lettuce leaves and yogurtA The trend in presidents also LA5ACNA

Salinger is overweight- some check of the rolls shows that reflects the deepening national PIZZA I

call him fat and the great there hasn't been a fat man elected -neurosis over waistlines. Therehasn't L' rII
sociological question raised by: to the Senate in the last been a really fat president -
I since Taft. Even
his candidacy is whether this ten years. In fact, with such Hardingand VEAt SCA1 1 7*
country is ready to elect a fat I svelte figures as George Sma- Hoover, though athletic by _: (
the standard of their times
man to high office. The weight thers, Gale McGee, Mike Mans were
chart of the present Senate is field,,Birch Bayh, Thomas McIntyre probably not fibrous enough to .
not encouraging. The handfulof Everett Saltonstall, Her- pass muster under today's presidential li ''IIIIII I I DON'T BU1LDMa NOT I.1 W1LI.\ AFFIRMATIVE, MRS.YEER IS A BJT'HEZ CND P V F t U FLY
waistline standards. UP,CCL. LAREE'DO? I NICE NtAN NOW -< DEDICATED
corpulent members are all man Talmadge, John Tower, S5 PALOMINO/ CANYON..50M6 NICc" ?AME.' / TO TH5 BUSINESS ARY/..SHE CAME CUT TO HFR FLOCK N MAY SNOW
1 acteristic of every candidatenow THE PLAN ME 11 5EYr, EZAIUW HSBAND THE BUSH!
HIPS 606SAC seeking the Republican nomination THE FCKE6NSERVICE.\ ti .
CROSSWORD I ) PUZZLE ALEC RUE nma and the leanest of all, .' tsi:

Iv : IS SORTS Henry Cabot Lodge, has won the '
ACROSS 28.Utmost EXTRA T 0 M test held. r- I
only voting yet Amongthe --d :
1.Scraps hyperbole G 0 M E D I A half dozen men most often a Y w (
5.MlMsH 29.Hdr POSTERN GAL L discussed as Democratic vice 1,4 4a
$.Simpleton: 30.Fine linen AMT 1 T E N A B L E t .
presidential only A '
33.Cubic meter
slang Hubert Humphrey looks as
36.Cow's cry37.Rellrre :
:11.Origin though he could use a bit of ww S
o V E R L A Y |W A K E
:;12.Crown 38.Treeless S. trimming and even this is il t r-
IS.Consume Amer. plains lusory.
14.Roman 42.Make acelebrity What is involved here is the
:: road of SOLUTION OP YISTERDAY'5 PUZZLE Image of the man we trust. In i -
-15.Andent 45.Ill-nature the long tranquillity before '
v Jewish 46.Medieval 51.Plant 7.Orbital GOLLY SARSS.' CANT Y3U EAT TaAT'SBETTE.
World War I, girth was an hon- '
,'. ascetics shield DOWN point THS WAV YOU TEAR ( : ITQUIETERALWAYS ?/ .
orable of
symbol success, good
17.More pliant 47.Craggy hill 1.Cheese 8.Evergreen INTO THAT COSOP
judgment and dedication to the C02N.V S
19.Son of Bela. 48.Atop 2.Jot shrub r ti;
9. sound dollar: Cleveland, McKin- i ; yFa (1f
20.Hebrew dry 49.Roman 3.Digits Enzyme
T. R. and Taft with watch
measure bronze Walkout 10.1 do ley, e
,1.Calyx leaf 50.Call for 5. Severe 16.Since chains drawn tight across expansive -
24.Purgative help 6.Existed 18.Take nourishment corporations, were men 1 -
you could trust to keep Old a

1 J 1 1 is. 1 t T.-Baba Glory flying and hold the free- ((4rff. .
23.YarniiHIngredient silver rabble in its place.It 1l
1!. It i3 is probably significant that
IS"- "4.Donkey the rise of the thin man has coincided 0 0 0':
I. I n
47 with the deepening sense
6. I
/ I' I.: I' // 'f/ Wdghty of national insecurity. Perhapswe t
need a/man who looks as if
2t t 7-- n 1.J dwellers "
= 31.Extinct bird he could move quickly at the F FELT IT i PONT BELIEVE rr- BE REASONABLE.50KA.1 ITS B M\I POWT CARE
1. IS 16 J1 / 'l/ tJ 32.Genus ofbumblebees sound of footsteps behind him ; G TO BE REAL WHY HERB? WOULD BE BEST FOR THERE'S ANOTHERREASON.ANP FIVE YEARS.! PONT START PRAOONG ABOUT WYSELP
in the dark.Whatever ME !F HE I NQV5 ..WHY WILL USA AND FOR YOU I INTEND
= : 34.Jap.cola the explanation, the PN16HTER HE BEUPSET? IT IS'
35.Blue pendls national resistance to the expanding ,!
ii- H u ,
; 39.Whistle waistline has reached

if/ 'lJ1; JI ... 4n / :tt.Agare alarming proportions. Every aR_
41.Deliver all the mil I
day, over country,
4J 4' 44 42.Old jarmeasure lions of men are lacing into :

.. 47 .., 43.. Frozen prune whip and skim milk on r
dessertS the theory that their wives will 3

h: = P 44.Menagei*. cease to love them and their
bosses cease to trust them if
krsme43snisi.AN.wsl.Nwa they yield to the natural expansion .

1 of middle-age. f I
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Tuesday, March 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun H

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: 35 Houses. for Sole

....... ik Printed Pattern -.
\iiCellyBawago. &' "'!!tc SECRETARY wanted experien NO qualifying FHA financing. 4
; "I'U'I I :. cad in using IBM typewriter WANT-AD RATESPH. BR.. 2 baths. low down pay
I equipment. Must be able to ment. 3009 NE 12th St. 372-450.
use shorthand efficiently. Experience -
,-4 absolutely necessary. 372-8441 HAZEL HEIGHTSSee
Write box 374-A Gainesville Sun.
1 In our bedroom and 3-bed-
County Again Things'I EARN up to $SO a week. Full or & for room. 2-bath CCB homes with
LW "" -time. No soliciting or collecting built-in electric stove and oven.
car neccessary. Call FR .- Classified Central heat city utilities..
1961. Wired for television and tele

*' Democratic gubernatorial up at the Gainesville shopping BEAUTY, IS. YOUR BUSINESS. I phone.grassed.Large Hazel yards Heights completely Is In

:A.candidate Scott Kelly will make plaza at 7 with stops slated for woman Immediate to service openings excellent for mature rur.al tie sewer city lines limits.close Equipped to bus stop with

his second swing through Alach- territory. Pleasant dignified Toes thru Fri. J p.m. Day before publication low down payment, conven
Alachua and Newberry In be- work. No experience needed papers- .. I tional loans. Located on North-
I Ua County this afternoon with we will train you to show Avon For ads to go In Sun. paper-12oo am. Sat. west :39th Ave.. West of 13th
tween. Cosmetics. Call Mrs. Burns. I For ads to go in Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. St. Shown by appolntmaftt.

r, stops scheduled for High : FR 20471.SECRETARY.. honI Fit 2-3126.
(Minimum ad 4 lines)
'" ? Springs, Alachua, Newberry and The local UF chapter'of Phi 4 ry Receptionist for
: 4:: dental Office. write box 382AIn FAMILY RATES $250
Tau will bold reception + I DOWN
Gainesville. Kappa a care of Gainesville Sun. givIng -

\ at 8:30 at the j. /. name. age. typing ability .. ............... 34cm. iuRJrm 12th house located on
beginning : 1 Insertion Terr. $55
Kelly will be accompanied by p.m. sI.' bookkeeping experience. Dental .. 3 Insertions .::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::............... 22c line per month.

The Rebels Gospel quartet. chapter bouse, 1237 SW 2nd not office experience helpful but e Insertions .............................................. 1** I1ne NEW 3BR 1 BATH HOMES

Ave. for Kelly.A b. necessary. 12 insertions ............. .. .114 "" IMP down US month located
;;I-i ; on
I md..bi.; lines l x
According to local campaign ., CHRISTIAN white woman as attendant : Total charge multiplying SE 45th Terr.
In church nursery. ed x number of Insertions.
chairman Bob Saunders, Kelly's motorcade ,will depart Kelly : \f' Part-time. Call 374-0182 or 372- = Call FR 2-2372 or FR 2-S,33.

bandwagon will kick- ff with an headquarters at 13th and W. Uni- 0144. 3 BR. CCB house paved St. built.

in the at at 2:30 for High JJ,'. : WANTED: Reliable white house- S Five letter words per line I" oven. nICe nelghborh o e d.
appearance city park versity : p.m. v keeper and babysitter 4 daysa iOO $IG
mOo 1621
I week. Phone ,R 22940 after SE asm AV./VR
and wind 2-1901.
High at 3
Springs Springs. rrg
p.m. 4 p.m. Must have references & Same as 2 lines
i 4lt transportation.MAID 8 Pt. ordinary type SALE: Neat clean a BR Ira me

4 living in Stephen Foster home,1". Mlcano' | py. Large wood.
Area, part-time afternoons references 12 1 Pt.Same as 3 lines fd Callevenlngs down 544 monthly.
Give 1r health card. Call and type 374-34M.
( Anthropologist to leave your name and addres N. E. SECTION. For "''e byo_
I II" \ t phone number at 372-6363 & 4 lines er. 2 bedroom. large paneled
You I eVi' someone will contact you. th 1 18 Pt.ordinary type Florida room. built-in luted-'
rooms and dining room. Large

i U Talk at UF on Thursday 12 Male Help Wonted ers.I.ndscaped FHA lot.113.000.2 .Ir S400 condition-down

1ii : II 24 Pt Same .s 5 lines 115 per montt ..F or .pPOIntment
L# '. ordinary type call Fit 24429. 151S N. E. .th
I Noted ant h r opologist Leslie d I WANTED at once experienced TV Terr.ce.
and Phonograph repair man.
I .White will speak on the University Salary open. Reply to Box 373-A HOUSES Bam, FOR SALE: m-3-
Gainesville Sun. The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one central heat with i fire-
Thursday Incorrect insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement place. NW 41th Ttrracf- Price
of Florida Ii $15,900.
campus t ; SALESMAN wanted: Attractive to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied -
.. ; proposition to Insurance In CHEAPER THAN RENT I Bit
at 8:15: p.m. in the Law i salesman by the item the advertisement. No adjustment will l-bath. SE
'i- 4 or real estate salesman. be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of Terr. .$?.5OQ.
School Auditorium.Dr. Call 374-3507 for appointment. the advertisement. 2-BR Payments $&5 per mo.
l-bath. SE 44th Terr. $4,500.
j. 9O9$4ZES Automobile m e c h ante wanted. $** per mOon
White, currently presidentof s* Salary and commission. *14 S. I The Gainesvill.unreservasthe privilege of revising or re- And also same trade-in. Housel.

the American Anthropological (4 9-li E. 4th. St. Al Herndon Service lecting any advertisement which It deem obfecttonal I and to FR 6.7444.
Association Is a controversial change the classification of any advertisement from that or- NEED SPACE? 3 bedroom home
!, 11tMiag11r&tisHighwaist MAN. for establishedcity dered to conform to the policy of the paper. Plenty of stora e. quiet neighborhood. "-

figure among anthropologists Y route. Experience desirable Ph. FR. ;::2. NW 2nd Ave.
but not necessary. Transportation
over the question of free 'u r n I shed. Hendrlx

will. He believes man does not Empire dress pet Furniture Co.
I fashion of (union who like to l STORYRED
make significant choices which 1 j)4. look up to the minute Easy-.ew in SALES REPRESENTATIVE 12 Mole Help Wanted 28 Livestock 6r Supplies
4 flowery or checked cotton. If youlike *
change the course of his civilization outline neck with rick rack. This is an opportunity for a CAREER OPPORTUNITYIF REGISTERED three year old BRICK
I No Longer Printed Pattern 901t: Jr. Miss young man 2+35. married. with you are presently employed In Hereford bull. Good breeding.
Sizes t. 11. 13. 15 17. Size 13 college background to affiliate the debit insurance business as Reasonable Phone FR 63371.
takes 3 yards 35-Inch fabric. with a national organization asa an agent or supervisor. and you Fireplace-atrip oak floors-
His talk, "Anthropology and Thirty-five cents In coins for this sales representative. The open- are not satisfied with your opportunity 30 PETS fr SUPPLIES very large kitchen with built
pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern Ing Is In Gainesville and InVolves to advance and make in appliances. Year screened
the Science of Culture is -
sponsored for first-class mailing and contacts with companies money while doing so. you should porch can be converted into
by the University's Pub- special handling. Send to Marian with no door to door house solicitation. investigate this ad. EASTER bunny rabbits for sale. PIe room-rear patio for prlvCV -
Martin. Gainesville Sun. Pattern This Is high caliber If you have a successful record $1.50 to 200. Mr. B. T. Tillls 3 very large bedrooms. J
lic Functions and Lectures Committee Dept. 232 West 18th St.. New York selling and is a permanent good with present company. and your Jr. Rochelle. Fla. 374-0705. baths. Floored upstairs and
11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME salaried position. A car is fur personal character and repu- ; dU0 convert Into 4th and
and the of GERMAN shepherd AKC
Department and 5th
nished with fringe bedroom
expenses Investigation or
will stand rigid
ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and tation registered. Bred for Temperment as
benefits offered. Interviews by neede4. LIKE NEW'inside
be given an
Anthropology.Dr. STYLE. NUMBER. appt. only. Please call 374-12S4 you make and Quality see at 3501 LIKE OLD yard and -
to landscap.
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS unlimited opportunity N. W. llth Terr. or Phone FR
WHITE for appt.. or submit resume toP.O. h>g. Frankly we wonder
with onejofFlorida's FHA
White, chairman of the READY choose it from 250 design Box 314. Blue Cross-Blue money and most advance.progressive combination 6-230. did not make a mistake when

Department of Anthropology at going to the University of Mich. MER Ideas Pattern In new Catalog SPRING-SUM-lust out Shield opportunity Gainesville.employer. An equal Life Insurance Co. Call FOR sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male they Iv 117..soo.valued with tills lust property at on-
I, Dresses sportswear coats morel! Mr. Matthews, Hotel ThemesMon. and female' $50 for both. Call 11,000. down
r 4 the University of Michigan, took igan. Send SOl now. EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHER or Tues. for personal Interview FR 4-453 may Including drive closing past 434 costs.NE You lath
his Ph. D. from the University He is the author of several P, O ,Box In 9W confidence.Gainesville or HEALTHY puppies. Collie. Beagle Ave. for an Idea of the value'
Opening available at Sparry Basenfi mixtures 112 each. then call FR 4-2472 for an t>
J of Chicago in 1927. He taught at books and
monographs on an- Typing and dictation skills Neess.ry. Female Call .FR 21917.SEALPOINT polntment to see Inside (It looks
the University of Buffalo before thropology. Need Starting salary based on 13-Help Malt or even better).
DialCLASSIFIED experience. Submit resume In Siamese kittens i Warner w. Weseman-Realtor
confidence, or telephone 372-0411 weeks old $20 ea. Phone 376- 1113 N. Main St.
Exp. secretaries salary open _'033
Ext. 225 for appointment. T
Cashler-hostMs attractive 3 BEDROOM block house for sale.
J EQUAL PLOYER. OPPORTUNITY EM- White housekeeper $25 wk. 31 LOTS FOR SALE 2 B.ths.- Would like $500 equity
Bookkeeper salary open and take up payments. Call FR
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical Exp. waitress salary comm. 4-4730.
Ii With TheI mechanics'- 100 x 100 LOT. trees ready to
condition 21 to 35. ; Exp.
must be bondable. High school Store trainee hi chl. grad. build NW sect on paved St. In FOR Sale by owner. t BR. bath
376-4672 education preferred. Apply 204 Off. trainee hi schl. grad. city limits. Restricted. Reason- concrete block home on Ig
.1 SW 5th St.SALESMAN. Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. able. Phone FR 3-OM2 before I corner lot. NW section. 1730 Nw
Auto salesman. Exp. AM. or after 5 P.M. 55th Terr. FR 6-2179.
for sales and service. Short order grill man -
Married man preferred. Salary, Insurance trainee $100 wk. FOR SALE 1 acre land Rainbow FOR sale or rent. 3 Br. house
Levy Co. Lakes Estates selling for $125 mOo rent. or $200 down.
Announcements and commission. Apply Manager Route EMPLOY. AGY. $2.45. Will sell for $2,000 cashor 2924 NE 12th St. Fri. & Sat. 12-
I Singer Company. 216 West Unl- CONNELL 120 SE 1st Ave. $900 and take over p a yjnents 4 p.m. Sun. 12-2 pjn.
verslty Ave.
Boys Phone 372-4445
; Phone 374-1234 IDYLWILD. 13500. 3 BR, 2 bath
ROUTE SALESMAN experienced} MAN or woman for part time fenced back yard dbl. carport
3 LOST FOUND cigar and candy preferred. established collection work. Must have 34 Waterfront Property hardwood floors. 3821 SW 20th
I route; Gainesville or credit experience. Apply In per- St. FR 20001 after 3 p.m.
1 male lemon pointer bird dog Palatka area. Cash bond requir son. J. M. Fields Credit Dept.
--I 1 female setter I lemon color. ed. Must live in territory work LAKE LOTS FOR SALE FOR only $450 down. $91.27 per
1 Reward offered. Call 472-7377. ed. Apply Lewis Candy & Tobacco STENOGRAPHERS SECRETAR.IES. month payments, you can quality -
Junior Club Ed ned for Club CLERK-TYPISTS CASE 30 minutes from Gainesville. for 4 BR. 2 bath home. ISO
Deputys Boys' members. In. Co, 314 W. South St.. Or- 25-35. 3-5 NW 31th Terr. Will
BOOKKEEPERS paint Inside
4 Personalized Services Fla.APPRENTICE. IERS. Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom -
MacClellan announced that a formation concerning B o y s' Or Use lando. years office experience.mortgage legal I lake. Good beach front &to outside see call completely.372-0411. For appt.
banking covered
for photographylaboratory. moss trees.
Junior Deputy Drill team has Club Week will be mailed out Mlmimum to loan automotive finance, or related -
LEARN TO DRIVE Special attention salary FOR Sate' or trade. New 4 BR.
been organized with Cadet Capt to each Boys' Club member. All to nervous or elderly. train. Write I letter application experience. Call Monday 372377 Call WALTER STUBBS INC. home located In Westmoreland
School. FR Box 381-A.. Gainesville Sun. for appt. 10-12 P.M. 374-534
Easy Way Driving Estates. On city sewers, paved
tain, Ronald King of the University boys should plan to be at the 2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. -MAN 21 years or over to work through PERSONNEL Friday. CENTER St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family

t of Florida Air Force Boys' Club every day during IN GAINESVILLE. It's with our manager in the area 102 NW 2nd Avenue WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Rm. I living Rm., dining area.
OOI'S PHARMACY of Central Florida. Car required. Reg. Broker. specallzlng In Central heat, built-in kitchen In-
1 ROTC instructing. The group this week. 11* Central Plaza Out Monday A. M. to Friday Help Wanted LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- eluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
p. M. each week. $103.00per 14- AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose walk' to schools close to
enjoyed a picnic March 14 (next to Wlnn-Dlxle)
Choir An Boys' Club mem- For prescriptions & cosmetics week salary with added GR 52911.BEAUTIFUL. U of P & medical center FHA

which was the first of several ben> Interested in joining theJoys' I.D.L. DRUGSTORE weekly incentive pay. Permanent FULLER BRUSH dealership average lot on the Suwannee $22.700. Down payment 1700.
position. Write Mr. H. F. weekly. Phone 3727117. Immediate occupancy. Drive by
4 such outings planned this sea- Club Choir McCulla. O. Box Tampa River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- 1027
should reportto P. 11171 4160. NW 40th Drive. Call Butler
6 SPECIAL NOTICES Florida. Include in letter
a Brothers, 372545 dally 37404
son. the Boys' Club immediately complete name address. telephone 16-Work Wanted Female CLEARED. fenced 0x200 lot on night.

( after school for SACRIFICE equity In like new number. and age. and clear. sand bottom lake 25 '
on Mondays
Science Program Dr. Rob 1964 model white automatic ZigZag date you would be available to EXPERIENCED Medical TechnI- miles from town. $1.000 cash. GLADYSSMITH
audition with Roy Wolfe, Choir sewing machine in Console start training (with pay) and cian desires position with prIvate Phone 374-2342.
ert Hoffman, Instructor for the cabinet. Does everything. Reasonfor work if accepted. Interview will practicing doctor or laoo- Newberry Road: Quality home
Telescope Builders Club and Director. selling. leaving town April be arranged with you In the ratory. Phone 62741. LAKE WINNOTT 2 Bedrooms full complete In every detail. Excellent
1st. Assume payments. $6.25 per near future. mod. bath year-round cottagefor I construction. Large lot with
the Gainesville Engineers Club, Indian dubs The Apacheand month. Balance $63. Phone 376 ROUTE salesman for established Sr Instructions sale or lease by owner. many trees and Illru l. Three
2351. after ':30 p.m. route. No experience. Will 18 Schools Terms. GR 5-2242. Melrose. bedrooms. two tile baths. Extra
sponsors of the Electronic and Seminole Indian Clubs enjoyed train. Familiar with Ocala I. large Florida Room. Carpeted

J Electricity class has been Invited a trip to the Museum last DRIVER wanted to drive couple to surroundings. Salary & comm. FORDYCETHIS living room with fireplace. Complete
1 Lesson FreeHarvey's 2 bedroom
I Chicago or Minneapolis April Ute Apply at 131* S. Main St. 5.00 1st home with 144'lake built-in kitchen. Hardwood
b by the National Boys' week. Barry Stearns invites all Wm. Well. FR 2-7<<0. 1216 JW P. M. to S.OO P.M. Real Estate frontage is the only, one of floors. 2Vj" well. The Owner has
2nd Ave., Apt. 29. Its kind. Spacious kitchen. dining reduced the price and wants to
t ,Clubs of America to display boys interested in Indian Loreto DELIVERY SHIPPING .. RECEIVING LICENSE COURSE room combination Florida SELL. Call 3725393 for an appointment -
\ DUE to divorce I have a like : Old established firm HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE room attractive living room to see this fine bargain .
their program content at the join one of the two clubs Sell Fast new 1944 model 1 Zig Zag. Automatic wants man to train in wholesale 21S W. Univ.! Ave. FR 6-3507. all centrally heated and air con- in a home.
sewing machine that electronic supply with future 377-3777 ditioned. Consult.
.. 1964 convention in Washington, which meet each Saturday at does everything. We would like In sales. With largest distributor FORDYCE *. ASSOCIATES, INC. Black Acres: Contemporary homo

; D.C. in May. 2:00: and 3:00.: some one to take up payments in Its field in the South. 22 Special Service 374-1234 built to last. Excellent In all de
_of_$400 per mo. Ph. 372-2051. Must be bondable age 21 to tails. Easy to heat and cool.
Club Week Club New Staff Member Mike 35 and have driver's license. Apply FOR SALE have a few lots left Large living area with fireplaceand
Boys' S Baly Sitters Child Car 1012 S. Main St. "LIKE NEW That's what you'll on Beautiful Lake Santa Fe. oe I secluded gar
i: Week is April 5-11 this yeu and Gibson has been added to the with NORTH AMERICANVAN say about clothes cleaned at Don't miss getting the finest den. B e a u If:1 kitchen with
I AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 property in this neck of the breakfast room. Three extra
many special events are plan- Boys' Club staff as physical as- TINY TOT LINES hr. service free pickup and woods.' Priced reasonable. G. large bedrooms two tile baths.
OFFERS LIBERAL delivery} AIR-WAY costs less P. Rlppey' M lwe, GR 5-5571 Good financing either conventional -
[ Mike is a student at PLAY SCHOOL MILEAGE PLAN TOT S.E. 14th St FR 5-5165._ or FHA. Let us show you
Gainesville High School and a FOR VAN DRIVERSIF 35 Houses for Sale this modern home today. Phone
Visit and for you own or plan to buy a late
Snow Rain us see yourself. 26 Farm Equipment 3725393 for an appointment.
I I member of the Purple Hurriane's Personto 24 SE *th St. FR 4-7806. model tractor are over 25 years
old and in good 1I..lth. NEW 3 bedroom CCB M.W5 GLADYS SMITH REALTOR
Football team. Mike will PLANNED program awaits your chances are you can quality for TANDEM Ford disc harrow $125. $450 down $45 month. Phone
pre-school youngster at JACK North American's "New Products for 3 point Day 495-2441. Night FR 4-1311.
offer classes in Reversible
trampoline physical ASSOCIATES:
NURSERY SCHOOL. Driver Program" Cab over -
WindsHit discs
'! hitch $65. Ford bedding
High fitness, tumbling, and Music programs. educational tractors are preferred be- $?5, cut-off saw $35 FR 6-6650. A HOME for Florida. Lg. open Caroline Ben Griffin Noyes Florence Dan Sheldon Bums I
fflm-strlps. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-Frl.; cause of length restrictions. living area with walnut paneling -
wrestling in addition to informal 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. YOU will be compensated on a fr Fertilizer built-in planters. 24 ft. 122 W. University 372-5393
liberal mileage basis that Is paid 27 Feed sliding glass doors opening onto FOR sale or rent beautiful rural
West activities such as kickball, CHILD CARE $* per week. Babysitting promptly at the end of each enclosed covered patio. 3 BR. home furnished. Out of toll
40c an hour. Anytime. haul. In addition. you will receive 2 baths central airconditioning Accessto
and air world for scenic beauty.
volleyball, _Phone 372-7601. two weeks training with DAIRY: FERTILIZER MOO per and heating. eat-In kitchen Santa Fa lake. A hearts desire
ifle. pay. free uniforms free licenses yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 3745555 with built-in stove dishwasherand G. P. Rippey.
for living.
WILL BABYSIT In my home any. .
and free van maintenance. disposal. Close to schools.
By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS Photography Contest Win PersonWANT time. any age child. Pnone You'll be given plenty of work $22,000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. Melrose. Fla. Ph. 475-5571.
1 1I 376-8147. 1409 N.E. Ith Ave. with no selling required. 28 Livestock & Supplies Week days after 5. FR **. CHOICE WESTMORELANDESTATE
) nation ners of the local competition of ENJOY the benefits of being In
half of the
The western
DAY care for children In home.
my 3 BR. 1 bath. 3 blocks Littlewood -
I business for yourself Call reflnancable
the National Clubs FOR sale by owner
Boys' of NW section. All V
day or day. school. Stove refrlg. carpet
I was pounded with snow, rain, Big yard playground equipment.FR Personnel Department. 21V-742 CHESTNUT mare medium. spirited $500 down $*5 mo. No 4 BR. 3/level.. 2000 sq. ft. plus
America Photography Contest 5451 or write North American riding horse. good with cat- double garage central heat t air-
winds mud slides and closing cost, $12,100 total. FR
) strong Van Lines. Department f. Fort tie $200. Chestnut gelding 2 yr. conditioning. You must see the
will be announced March 31. The 2-4060. 521 NW 34th Terr.
spiraling temperatures today as BROOKER Wayne Indiana. old needs more training $110. extras. For appointment cell
top twenty-four pictures will be ALACHUA ROUTE for establishedroute. Or will exchange for gentle riding NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 FR 2.1300.
a storm moved northeast across BABY-sIttlng In private home. man Mustbe horse suitable for childrenSee bath. Central heat central air
the Dakotas.In sent to New York for judging in with fenced back yard. Loving married.. 21 to Apply 35 1147 yrs. S. Main.Am.ric.n after 4 P.M. or anytime cond. Northwest. SH.OOO. Call BY OWNER at 105 3-bedroom SE 2lth, 7-batH Place.
care. Reasonable rates 4421577 Weekends. Ph. FR 2-1067 376227.FMV home
the National Bakery
Competition. Boys location. LaCress. Fla. Fenced In back yard. Central

the eastern half, relativelymild will be competing for an all COMPETENT mother will care heat.down Available no closing April cost.23.$82 SMO per

temperatures and predom- expense paid trip to' the New for school.children.Reasonable.Days or after In my IN THE mo. Phone 372-4527.

inantly clear skies prevailed. York World's Fair. ADS home. 909 S. E. 1st Ave. FR 4WILL 113 NW 25th St. Near campus. *
I central heat. $450
""'1. BR den
The storm contained winds IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY down' 180 mo. to FHA qualified,

which gusted up to 50 miles per UDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA. my home keep for pre-school working child mother.In Buyer. 312-n6f.
2910 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 376-9IU. ANGLE WOOD by owner 3 BR 2
hour in some areas, reducing RE: ESTATE OF bath. Price $17400. $100 down.
.ames Wesley Willingham RELIABLE sitter wishes to care
to less than mile. Call 3722727.
visibility one Deceased. for infants or small children in

A blizzard raged over the Red To All Creditors and Persons Having her home. Reasonable. call FR
f Claims or Demands Against Said Estate 4-3897 FRED
River Valley, drifting snow in : SUN
You and each of you are hereby notified Employment
the eastern Dakotas and west-
and required to present any claims 4LINES NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
ern Minnesota. and demands which you or either of ARNOLD
you. may have against the estate of
1 James Wesley Willingham. deceased. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED
Cold wave warnings were in ate of said County. to the County Judgeof BOATS ft MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION

Alachua County. Florida at his office _ _ BOATS MOTORS REALTORECONOMY
effect for Minnesota northernand
in the court house of said County BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn WHO WOULD LIKE THE TOtn _ _ _
western Iowa and eastern at Gainesville. Florida within six calendar up to $5 per hour demonstrating HUNTER Fiberglass Fishing
months from the time of the first famous Studio Girt Boat Introduced by FRANK IS Aluminum Lone Star Com TRANSISTOR RADIOS
and south central Nebraska. publication of this notice. Each claimor Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. PHILPOTT mander Boat. Combined with a From $12. 5 to SWM.
demand shall be In writing. and shall Phone 374-4334 after 4. 14 HUNTER Boat .. 1295.00 Barrentlne Trailer and II H.P. AM-FM Shortwave
1 Temperatures plummeted far state the place of residence and post 14 MURRAY Tilt Trailer 142.95 (Used) Johnson outboard motor. Black's Audio 2 bedrooms 1 bath concrete
below zero in Montana. Lewis- office address of the claimant and WOMAN to care for 2 children Inchild'i '43 EVINRUDE 11 HP motor (Fully guaranteed). Take H 22* W. Univ. Ave. 3724440. block home with Urge screened

shall be sworn to by the claimant. his 10 home S days wk. $25 ....._.......... MM.00 price. $699. porch. Northwest location. $1.000
t town reported the mercury at agent his attorney and any such claimor Ph. 372-3711._ TotaIRetaiIUst ...--. 1762.95 24" GRILLS down and $45 per month. Full

-18 and dropping. Cutbank re demand not so filed shall be void. WANTED responsible maid for SPORTS CENTER SPECIAL BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Hood-Spit and Motor. price $9,000
Caroline H. Willingham permanent lob. child care. and .' '" MISos 401 S. Main FR 2-U31 Slttf
; ported14, Great Falls11 As executrix of the Last Will and DAYS general house work. Hrs. 11 ajn. 133 HUNTER Boat :::::: 5290.00 Goodyear Service Store HARDTOFIND '
Testament of James Wesley Willing- to 7 p.m. 4 days weekly. C ajn. 14 MURRAY Tttt Trailer 1142.t5 725 N. Main 373-3537
and Billings -4. ham deceasedFirst to noon. 2 days. References and 42 EVINRUDE 19 H.P. motorSPORT""CENTE'R""SPC Ir Plywood fishing boats. SpIlt level with only S450 down
: publication March 17. 19" transportation required. Call S22S,0I $4.JO and $93J2 a month payment. IncludeS -
(3147) 3:17. 24. 4.7 ALEASV THE TACKLE BOX dishwasher and disposal.
Sheridan, Wyo., was3 and FR 47470.THE. **... S.5tS.OO The Heart Of East Gainesville FLYING INSTRUCTIONS Three bedrooms and two baths

Dickinson, N.D.1.. "TERMS6R CENTRAL Check with Charlie and an easy walk to school.QUALITY .
Another storm gained momentum -IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY ONLY RUMOR FRANK 'HILPOTT"S _ If you want to fly. and can at-
FLORIDA.IN ford little more than gas and

I over the Nevada-Utah area RE: Estate ofWILLIAM That we Kay mov.al out SPORTS CINTW Itself BOAT ACCESSORIES oil. Inquire Immediately. Flight Ope 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry

I and heavy snows were forecast Deceased. G. COWPE THWAITE. S2 of tows It fatal Let us "Where 20 M.W.Quality 14th Sells Ave. _ _ Instructions to limited number available.onry.Meeting I home with screened neighborhood.porch and

I for the area. Livestock owners NOTICE TO CREDITORS kelp you with your tail FR 2-5011 or FR 4-4W3 W TOPS AND SIDE CURTAINS p..... Friday March JOth '44ttAve and terrace.Large built-in Excellent: kitchen central
( in Minnesota Nebraska All creditors of the Estate of WIL.LlAM rotwa anal t4kk*piftf Mon. Thru FrL M PJn. Sat. Custom made to fit your boat. March 37th at 1140 come N.W. anythne '. heat. Situated on attractive landscaped
Wyoming, G. Gainesville\ or
COWPERTHWAITE Deceased.are D.m L & S Auto Trim lot on paved street.
.... convenience.
i Colorado, Montana and the herety notified and required to file MONROEW. 14- Plywood Artwood Boat (try 403 N.W. Ith Ave. FR 2461. at your S19.000.

any claim or demands which they may W. B. It for fishing comfort) W" Bo _ _. -
; Dakotas were warned to protect have against said Estate In the OffIceof C. MARTIN torn and H- Sides. With 14 H.P. Ust of Classifications to chOoSeIt ELEGANCEWall
I their animals. the County Judge of Alachua County. 216 S.E. lit St. New Scott outboard motor. Take SWIMMING POOLS fromBAIRD'S

Florida. In the Courthouse at Gaines TeL FR 2-0634 price SSS*. _ _ _ _ to watt carpeting In large
ville. Florida. wiThin/ six (,) calendar MARINE CENTER Skiing Swimming-Diving. living and dining rooms. Efficient
Flagstaff, Ariz., reported 31 monttu from the daft of the first publication Main SL FR 24S31. RELAX Fishing\ Equipment. kitchen with stainless" steel sinks
_ of this notice. Each claim or demand flat. 401 Safety Items. dishwasher, bullWn range and
inches of new snow, bringing must be In writing and must a special charge isFeot Aluminum Commander I EnJo'f. clean and healthy, pool. Golfing Equipment. oven. Beautiful wooded toC*Under
the accumulation to 14 inches. I. state the place of residence and post FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY teat Far trash ar salt water. Master Pool Service 1"TeMiJ Equipment., $ 00.
office Address of the claimant and must service for noncommercial II H.P. (Used) Johnson CKrtBAmD'S Supplies & Monthly cleaning Baseball EQUIIImenf.boIrd .
Torrential downpours create be sworn to by the claimant his agent. Motor. service. 'Where to Fish.
or his attorney or tt will become void For lop quality workmanship MARINE CENTER FR 2-5363 4-0040 2-3171 Plus many many more.
in the Glendale ARNOLDRALTY
havoc -
more according to law. users only. call Fit J.l531 I
area of Los Angeles, which was June t. Cowperfhwalte as Executrix 372-6142<< 601 So MaIn
of the Estate of: WILLIAM COMPANY
; hit with destructive brush fires G. COWPERTHWAITE Deceased.W. GAINESVILLE ad in the Multiple Listing Member

last week. A four-foot wall of C. O'Neal UPHOLSTERY ,MR. MERCHANT: To place your 121' W. Unhf. Ave. 373-3J2S
Gray Chandler. O'Neal. C.rllsle.. ISM M.W. 13m St. Associates: Pete Siea
mud loosed by the rainfall oozed Avera Chat parts**. Omar PHONE 372-8441 Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason "
I Attorneys for Executrix Pre Estimates-PICK vpIvory. aa* Fun in th into fashionable homes and P.0.8044 Charlie May Bl*. K.lkmlll

blocked highways. Gainesville(3144) 3:10 Florida 17. 24. 31


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35 Houses for Sole 40 Business Properties 44 Cottages for Rent 45 Furnished Apts. .
:1 i 35 Homes for Sole! 35 Houses for Sale 1 I I C. "CURLY"KUEHN
I .

: f BY THE OWNER In Idylewilde 2 OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. j FURNISHED 3 JR.
3 BR. screened porch.
BY OWNER NEW HOuSE. 3 bedrooms. 2 miles from i I ,
tile family
BR CCB house Main St. Formerly !
occupied by
[ lot.
srladed corner .
1 carport Ig. baths c e n t r al heat. C.C.B.Bulltm room. Call 372-8001 after ried couple Lots Income. Bas
: Associates Discount. Call 373-7470 :
$10,250 $4* per mo. 1001 NW SHOO.
hen. Save
kite 5:30 P.M. $55 per and Lake Property
: ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE ::E I IJ 24th Ave. FR 2-7882. Call for appointment. FR a-4774 or 372-4045. I Main or call t! and Acreage.:

I. Mai.tI. or FR 2-3126. 4 BEDROOMS 2 baths central "CURLYKUEHN.. Jr
2 Card .1 ThankS C1 ,...t,. t.I a.. j INTERESTED in a REAL buy See heat. located in NE section. Also 42 Farms & Acreage SMALL I 131 N. MAIN ST.
2 L.a' A 1'.... .: 1Ia'larr A y..Is I It 2227 NW 'th Place. 3 BR. 2 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On have pool privileges.- 374-1135. for rent. Ideal I C-S032 Broker FR M344
Acre lots. Go out NW 14th Avenue Moore's ,
U BaU4Ing thlnl.1s baths'Ig.. playroom. separate|
Fer..Uud lenterl to 43rd St. Intersection. turn HOUSE. Sunday. If.
II D.. .. enclosed OPEN Apr. 4i ACRES Univ. Ave.
511.f&tlS G..4. dining room. double beautifully wooded !
Traul 1 right ga approximately I. mile. Cherokee model I. designed 8. engineered
.Uu. fI AaUq..iFI.rlatl garage, built-in kitchen carpet home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near ------ -
4 Subl see sign on left. by U. S. Steel Corp..
.1 Kiae. F. 8al. & drapery included. wooded I Millhopper Rd. intersection. $9- 45 i
I 2 T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDERFR Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3
n Tradtag P.it.S lot. $23. CIO. Financing can be 900. terms. FR 66448.
SUt..r.. (bud Cars air I
Ilia', i 4-3448. BR. 2 bath. cond brickveneer. -
Piau' T. G. Lad q ArI1eIr. W..te. 2 car garage. 1801 NW -- --
'1ltl.,. T. Ie. .t F_ I Oil ao W..eI. arranged.DUPLEX- 34tn Ave. Alachua Homes. Inc. RETREAT FROM THE HEATTo SPACIOUS McCOY'SSPECIAL
': B.." Maria..E..t j7w.Kirkpatrick Phone 3720421.IMMEDIATE. country living in Los Trances furnished : I'
Ca., H. ...It -'- -.-- Woods. 2.4 Acres for only SItS St. $70
AUTOMOTIVE '3. OffiCiU E'.I.e.. down. Paved road frontage 5270.
:s Alrpla.., l'alu-a..Ial. ':S M..lcal Mnc..ell. school busses. utilities. Drive i i, -- ---- -- '
I )I. C. R..... f.r Sa I. 2 story duplex NEAR THE UNIVERSITY '
west Newberry Rd. turn right
on corner lot. 2 bed-
o a 'Jr.ck. f.r 1.1. rooms in each apartment. Kit SR 241, Watch for the Sigrt on OFFICE BLDG.

: Tr.ck. W..ted 1 Track aIali REAL ESTATE FOR SALE chen equipment included. ONLY EASY commuting distance of OccupancyMOVE right. sale size :24x32. Has to
Tretrn $2.$00 DOWN! Gainesville. Pleasant tttree bed- "Selling Florida Since 1906"Ralph moved from present loia

:: Trailer Rat&IS a 8e..ttS S3 L.ts f.r Sal. room home. in immaculate INTO YOUR OWN Realtor I Can be used as smalt
1t.reyte. U Watatfr.s' pT.1y WESTWOOD -Lovely 3 bedroom. condition with 12'/j acres. S22- MODERN HOME ON FOSSEY : '. Price i50.00 can Ger--
ac A.t.mSblt aeal. 15 R..ul Fer Sala 2 bath masonry home with family 500 and oners will carry 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-135 I I SS7 per or V. Q. McCoy. FR
U Aata..n., f.F late 3. (..It.n F.. 8al.S1 room. central heating system the mortgage. RENTAL BASIS BEFORE Member Multiple Listing I. i Office corner N. MainJ3rd
I' Swap Ca. Jhal E.tat. Libaag.d: built-in oven and range. ONLY 15000.00 tor this lovely YOUR LOAN CLOSES. Blvd.

31 ani E.tat. Waited utility room carport and three bedroom two bath home Priced from $12,700 to $11,000 FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE'.I 1 Furnished .
EDUCATNAL .t i.e. cious corner lot. NO in' the NW section. Large family NO MONEY DOWN VA RURAL PROPERTIES Lovely 1 and -
II SChSII a IastrictLsa :: Bui.es. .:: $rertTIt ING N E C E SSARYI QUALIFy-I room. beautiful lot and pay only $100 closing I,.I ment. 30 NE ;;:: ;: IIII

MUlc. DaSetaS dl Resi..tial ...... WANTS AM OFFER! paved street are lust some Best terms FHA ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR '; 9603.I .
:. Wa.ted-IA'lr.cU" 41 Firria Acna. of the features. Free lifetime Swim Club Mem U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. I I I -- I
43 Cs1.rsd Pr..rty R.ntals $300 DOWN AND $&5. PER MONTH LAKE ROSA Comfortable modern bership. Walk to Schools. Ph. 464-3120 I1 BEDROOM I j I Norwood ti
will buy this attractive 3 bedroom .
-------1 furnished
three bedroom.
EMPLOYMENT 43-I C&.r.d Pr.prty masonry HUGH.EDWARDS 1
masonry home with tilebath. round lake home. I I Apartment ) I
Mali year Just
n Wark Waited FORDYCEInvestment .
oak floors carport. utility -
II Wart Waited 1'.1. RENTALS reduced to $11,00000 now INC. close to Med- Ave. Colonial 1 Hope
room and fenced backyard.NO acreage j 1 block I f
vacant and for
11 Sales Help Wa.td RED TAPEI JUST MAKE ready your ical Center in southwest 20 I
IS Delp-3f.I. .1'' 1'.1. 41 ( aUlu Fer Rut DOWN PAYMENT AND MOVE occupancy. N.E. 16th Ave. & .15th St. acre parcel approximately 460''I| pancy by 1 "H" Inc.
j 11 Male Help Wanted U 1irilhd ApIs.DraatL RIGHT IN! HAVE YOU SEEN RIDGEWOOD? 372-1551 x 1.320 for $5.500. Beautiful roll WANTED 1
.1 r.allIr.blt..d .At.. This beautiful new subdivision ing hills over 100 acres per 2 girls $15 i Trade Homes
11 Fe..I. Help Wasted n R.u,. f., Real I'ar.. just east of Westwood School. fect for horses and cattle $375.an 2 Br. home I
: offers lovely' lots. all improved
II R..ar. f.. Real U..ra. JOHN IARRISHPRESENTS acre.FORDYCE. Call 485-2735 5 or Property
FARMS Ci LIVESTOCK 41 ..... f.r a..t at reasonableprices. S. ASSOCIATES. INC. i thru Fri. i
:1 J&r. EUtpMaI 50 Hate ....s MERRILL 926 West University Avenue
:7 Peed a Fertillarr 51 Mhe. aulal. 376-1236 SUMMER
:. Lhnt.ck a S.ppJlu $IA Wasted T. Itu't Realtor apartments I I following are ready for
Tap S.u St II.irder. Waited REALTORMULTIPLE t location.
: Laidseapini Member of Multiple Listing Colored i \.
SO Pals a 8.pplirs 33 0111. D..k 8pats 31 N. Main St. Phone 372-8404 43 Property !, $100 per mo.
SI I..... .. LISTING
Waited B. .tala
Phone 372-Uf4 VVESTWOOD AREA Outstanding NW 21st PI. .
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Flaye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell contemporary 4 bedroom HOMES FOR SALE: '!12 Br. ;..; ; !!! BR. 2 bath MOO dn. $107 :
SERVICE A. W. Reece USN. Ret.
FINANCIAL PARDIW. Capt. home. Carpeted living room mod 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE urn St. & :' 36th Ave. $ mo.
SI Baauell o".rt..Uju, !I Sp.ttaI Servicas H. BUCKHANNAN ern kitchen. Solar designed for SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- j I 24224.
.. ..... 21 15a. lpr.eea4a CORNER LOT near schools. 1 'I
11 M..ev summer and winter' comfort. Central ment. Some small down pay- NW 40th Dr.

SA M.rta.u Wasted 24 3 Rsdi.Appll3ars A TV a }erIrs. McKINNEY family bedroom.room.2 bath t04,N.central E. 20th heat.Ave. heating and air conditioning men?. Monthly payment $57 to ,I;I EFFICIENCY couple or 1 Vi bath, $400 dn. $".59
51 of course. $45. Also homes built on your
REASONABLE PRICE 3 bedrooms No mo.
'I pets. 703
lot for down
no payment.
large screen porch. fireplace
I per & 4617 SE Itl PI.
DEATON month. 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry homein Builder Phone FR 2-4125 All util.!
35 Houses For Sole! r 35 Houses for Sole SMALL FAMILY HOME. convenient tip> top condition. Priced under & heating !! $ fr 4608 Sf Zild P1. _

I I REALTORS location. central heat 2 bedroom 15000. Immediate\ possession ney Green 1! BR. 1 bam 1500 dn. $61
payments $67 per month. too. mo.
I B R. 2'i baths. 25x25 family I, IF you plan to build and would I i 1238 SW 2nd !

room. Ig.central living heat rm.' & air enclosed cond. like a custom built home by experienced Large Modern Home ALACHUA REALTY FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom. J'a WHAT'S : Cover upstairs.lease I & 313 SE 38th St.
garage builders that have
bah home nice.
let beautifully landscaped. 3468nw the tune to discuss plans withyou I This 3 B.R. I bath HOME has ASSOCIATES quiet masonry dead-end street. on Two air I Ford, Box & 3 USE 39th St.
12th Ave. Call FR 24511 for call 372-2527 ask for Gene more than 1,900 sq. ft. of floor BR. 1 bath. $SO0 dn. M
!I in main of house Member: Multiple! Listing conditioning units. Very modem i FIRST floor m*. _
appointment.KW Paramore. part -
___ We have availableour space Arie T. Smith. Broker kitchen.. BACKof
80 plans to choose $ron I Central heat Oak: strip floors
SECTION for sale or rent 3 Complete Double carport Price $24,500 Mabel U Gore Associate monthly. ll1llIllldlllllllDlJllllJ
financing can be explained -
435 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-2441 FINLEY AREA Lovely 3 bedroom
I |
bath. CCB 374-58SX
and 4 bedroom 2 to you right in your own Good financing Call FR 2 I
.0 riome. City water. lights andS I home. For appointment call. 3617. I ---- 2 bath. centrally heated the following are under con:
sewers. Shown by appointment. THE JAMES CO. II I and air conditioned home on one PRIVATE 1st and will be ready
I ; CHECK of the nicest lots in Florida rm. bath
Phone FR 2-3824. I I ; occupancy soon.
-- Of Gainesville Inc. : I Investors DuplexLooking Park. I street kin :
Builders of Klngsberry Homes :2nd PI.SPACIOUS.
FIRST TIME Ph. 372-2527 nit,, 372-7401. for a property with an GROWINGDEMAND I NW 29th Au.
ADVERTISED -.- .-. -- income? Let us show you tnis THESEEXCELLENT NEW WESTSIDE residenti.1subdivision I i BR 2 bath $150 dn Sill
duplex In excellent residentialarea soon opening. Acre I ment nicely' i mo.
!lit pre-owned' home completely FREE with an income potentialof LOCATIONS lots paved streets, outside city I I ne' hborhood,

I reconditioned. Fla. rm.' refinished $160.00 per month. Located lust 365 limits. May .e tell you more I FR 4-7142 NW 29th Avi.
SWIM NW. 16th AVE.
about this restricted
blocks from Federal Building -
3 new
ideal lo
parque floors Fabulous Carol Estates Recreation and downtown Glin@'sville. NEW 42a A. lot, 25.000 CLEAN JBR. BR 2 bath, $730 dn. $102
excellent value at
An .
includes with all new Hugh Edwards We have another duplex In Northwest :3469 NW. 16th AVE. RANCHETTE homesites too. Approximately I cepf mo
13750. FHA $550 down '
NEW 3-2 Va A. lot $23,500
Homes.HUGH 10 Located I furn. Nice
with monthly' income of $175. acres each. for
closing' costs.
EDWARDS One apartment is furnished and 3525 3-2 NW. 7th PLACE on Newberry Road. Just _.NE 6th St. : NW 29th Ave.
Ocala Bile. l,100
HUGH EDWARDS. INC. building Is in excellent condition. 4147 N.W. 34th St. $500 down $ years 01 balance. 2 RW.-- ----- j BR 2 bath $700 dn. $11

N?: 14th Ave. I 15th St. 372-1551. Inc. Both financing are lew priced available with to substantial quafi-- 3-2 Is A. lot $19.750 l BUTLERBROS. I $45 per mo.
-- 2141 N.W. 49th TERR. t d.-en water
'I LG. BR. 2 bath panelled LR. 3721551OVER tied buyer. Call 372-3617. 3-2 h A. lot $18,800 M. M. 1 nished. Also : & 3311

fireplace attached garage HW 407 NW. 19th AVE. i I rent $15 per ; 30th Ave.
l floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. I 1.400 Ft. plus carport and Must Sell 3-2 Unique $17300 j" Newfcerry I BR. 2 bath Se50 dn Sfl l

NW near Stephen Foster. $14,500 i porch. 3 BR. and study. l-'i This spacious home' must be TO INSPECT INSIDE CALL I- BEDROOM- mo.
$459 d.p. FR 28851. : bath attic fan built in drawers." !
sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large pan- Electricity
FOR- SALE BY OWNER. 4 BR 2. vanity.. and storage galore! 80x140 cited Fla. room. Living room and UNIVERSITYREALTY I ed. $55 a "' fr 3224

tath. Ig. Fla. Rm. l Ig. utility Convenient Parochial Schools.to Metc.tfBishop S80 Dining room 2 fireolacesScreened AND ASSOCIATES. INC HOMES? Avenue. Call 30th Av..
tile pOrch. This home
II') area. Separate living Rm. dining BR 2 bam 1600 dn. $M
Mo. V.A. 4* percent. FR 4-277S. Wayne Hill Helen Graham EFFICIENCY
will suit if have a large .
find kitchen. Wall to wall carpetIn you you NW 17th St. mo.
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living room. Glass sliding family and need lots of room Carolyn Cardenhir Mary Parrish I.
:3 BR home air conditioned wall 1' NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 Locationand McKinney :
door leading to large 14 by 24' : ttdwi In inthe2 preferred Northwest I 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W.
patio. Fenced in back yard, car. to wall carpeting through out blocks of J. M. Munroe Broker & 3320
port and storage area. 1325 NE i The home. Draperies. Situatedon J. Finley school. Will consider a Assoc: SC.. McLaughlin Frank YOUNG"AMERICA : 30th Au.
12th T p'rr. $19.500.TvESTWOOD large wooded lot. Sale reasonabe:' offer. Owner leaving Roby. Roy AAcCann T. C. Doug BR, I bath. 1559 dn $7f M
Built to I
I price $16.850 $1.000 down call town. It would pay you to investigate las. Jr. your :
374-1148 weekdays after S pm. T Call 3723617.ASSOCIATES fications. I mo.
UTTLEWOOD ---- -- -- --- I
j Walking distance to schools. 3 I anytime on weekends.BY Neat and Clean-Dial 2-2511 to see Alachua! LAHD'E. .
PR. 2 baths home in Skyline ----- ------ this 3 bedroom horre in beauti- 1 I

Heights. StUdY. hardwood floors OWNER, 3 BR, } bath dishwasher > J. Fred Guy Virginia Po *,r ful Idylwild! on large lot with HOMESPRESENTS. FOR RENT124SE7thSt.
bullt-tn> range & even. Cent. I swimming\ pool privi Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire fenced back: yard. Located be- ,
heat. Shaded b.ckIud.. Call leges. Small down payment VA j i Jayne Butterworth tween University and new Country It Comes To
374 0842. mortgage. Phone 374-1583. 1 Multiple Listing Club. Hardwood floors with Call .

some carpeting. Florida room. NEW BRICK LOCATION j I IJ 3BRlBath
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separate workshop and storage
Year Lese $100 Mo.
room. Priced at $14.000. J per

I : SERVICESHome Extra Special. To see is to believe OPEN MODELS 10 am. Til Dark & QUALITYWe FOR SALE I / !
that this modern' home exists in No
our community. Close to Uni- FEATURES : Have Only ; OUR HOMES ARE
versity and outside city limits. I FOR YOU TO EN
Designed and built for the fun Fireplaces 3 bedrooms SEEING ANYTIME IF
loving family with enclosed pool Screened porches THE CREAM tral heat. WILL JUST CALL
and outdoor grill. Drapes carpeting custom kitchen cabinets I I chen. 1123 S.E. 4th STREET
I And Business and bar stools included._ Oversized bathrooms j e-5301 or FR7 l* I
Excellent financing available. Plus features' many other custom : FR ,

Dial FR 2-2511 to see this 3 bed- VA & FHA 1 -- --
Mortgage Broker room, 2 bath home in desirab'e!
N.E. location lot. I
I Bulldozing on extra large
1ERV1CE DIRECTOBY 'j j Included are built-in rang. and
FORDYCE and Associates. Inc.. even dishwasher. disposal and TERMS I
I Conventional and F.H.A. leans 2 room air conditioner. FHA :
SMALL bulldozer leader dump with low rates and long term financed and ready to go. I Walking distance to elementaryi. ,
\ trucks, fill dirt. lime reck. Top I leans our specialty. Quick courteous Jr. High Schools Shopping t I
soli. Phone FR 2-7844. >
confidential service. Call
BULLDOZERS 1. Dragline, Back 374-123 or come by 926 West DAN BYRD j Churches.YOUNG I i

hoe. wheel tractors. motor I,I University Avenue. Grace For- ASSOCIATESINC.I i '.
dvce. Realtor -
grader. Free estimates. W. G. PALM VIEW -
(Buck) Johnson FR 6-e21. AMERICA


CarpentryGRAOY I Also Screens repaired Walter Stoddard Associates E. :E. Holloway HOMESNW NW 39th Terr. &

window glass replaced.! Phone Christine Stone NW 16th Ave. :'i
FR41283.. FR J-2511 825 N.W. 13th Street
CABINET WORKS I 34th & 7th Avenue
1------ t Member Multiple ListingIFORDYCE $16,000 to $20,950' \
Custom built cabinets and moldIngs '
EXPERT painting interior exterior Phone 372-7070

painting.refinishing and spray I no fob too small. Quick serv: ___ n __ __. -
ice. Reasonable rates call Mr.
1533 E. University Avenue I Gammon. 4

Phone 37J-8313 I 372-5829 CAREFUL r FERN WOOD \

Air Conditioning I Remodeling affords the perfect View for this I -: '
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charming 3 bedroom home in Protect NW39thSt. &
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea NEED A NEW Florida room. car- the northwest section of Gaines yourinvestment ;
BALL" Air "new you" at MERLE NOR. port. Patio screened-in porch ville. Large living room with 13th PI.
(Hot Air-Hot water) heating and MAN COSMETICS STUDIO I etc.? Call new and get it done fireplace spacious kitchen.Floridaroom for.enal $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
Learn professional dining room.
make-up '
refrigeration. Pit. :372-1685. 15 for tIre summer months. Call "f'
Years Experience. secrets by trained beauty 1'-1 312aftf'r 5 P.M. for free and studio. Do plan to see Don't buy a new 3 or 4 bed-
perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR estimates. this home by consulting room. One Bam house. Hugh
23126. -- FORDYCE 8. ASSOCIATES.INS. Edwards Inc. recognize tt-.e Na-, ;
Appraisal Service 1 EMRAYSDEPENDABILITY 374-1234. ttcnal Trend away from tne one i .
FASCINATING profession. Eagerto bath home in 1963. Hugh Ed-
learn? If you qualify you | Building. Remodeling is the Paint word. I 22nd STREETNW. wards 10 longer builds I barn ESTATES
may earn $40-40 per week while :I .
ing. Free Estimates. Dial 372- .. 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath homelocated homes. {,
FRED B. ARNOLD In training for advancement to 7V48 or 37 -l(3t Now 1 in the J. J. Finley : Addition No.2' .
REALTOR supervisory capacity. For appt. School area interesting kitchen They are obsolete! quality are stressed in
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL can 3741480 NW 39th Dr. &
Choose modern Hugh Edwards
separate dining room palled ; Court Manor homes
SERVICE I Upholstery .' living room and den all TWO BATH home. You'll NW 8th Ave.
\ I31. W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS centrally heated and air condit enjoy your two bath more and & Pierson. That's
UPHOLSTER your furniture at ioned. Consult FORDYCE .. ASSOCIATES get wore resale for your $20,000 to $30,000 are there's on

Appliance Repairs FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER I I reasonable: prices. Call Sally. INC.. 376-1236. home. Homes priced from $1X- I for you.
CO. _perienced FR 69181SewingAlterations a50.j -
t sensibly-designed
Sales and Service EXECUTIVESwill
A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP All types of Fire Extinguishers appreciate YOUNG tfe value in this j I, VA. no money down paonly' i : choose the bedroom-
First in Air Conditioning and $100 of closing cost. FHA $500I
Pick UP and delivery service lovely home. Center hallwayand All City Services that's iust right
Appliance Repairs. FR 4-0247. C. R. Thomas Ph. ::17'-"" I' down no closing
SEAMSTRESS I do wino of all a beautiful plan accenruat-I WARDS r -and your pocket-
I Parker : Gainesville.! Fla kinds a. Dressmaking. Mrs. W. I es this delightful home. Living HUGH ( of the nicest things
AppU-- I I C. Asbeil.! 343 N.W 17th Ter- j room with fireplace light and

Expert Major Appliance Servke. Mortgage Broker I I| race. 372- 6SS.t ,F airy Florida room, large bedrooms 1 INC. Monthly Payment I i monthly payment

Prompt. Efficient I J : and excellent storage are .. : be no more then
t 1 N E. 16th A e. and 15th St. From $74.38 '
Courteous 377- JJ4 Sewing Machine 1..lrt I only some of the many features.Consult 7'2-1551! r rent'
FHA and conventional at toest FORDYCE 8. ASSOCI-
I currant rates. Terma to 25.: ATES. INC. 374-1234. I : our selection of

: Auto Equipment : years. Will. Call gladly tomorrow.J. discuss. at noobligation. CALL-SEWING CO. 115 MACHINE VI. University SERVICE -I I 37 Real Estate Exchanged ? No obligation, of

Ave. 376-1075. We repair all REDWOOD I
HYDRAULIC JACKS reouilt 1.1 W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor. t Make, Work fully guaranteed shutters and a modern touch. FOR sale! or trade for farm or J Min. DownFHA
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2 84
exchanged: Repair kits for i $13500 per month including taxes acreage, small house of ? Br. I Down VA I
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized : FRED B. ARNOLD i WINDOW ,CLEANING and insurance will purchase a. bath with green aluminum sidings Nothing -
: Walker Hydraulic Jack REALTOR | this brick home after a tow down like new. Near N.W. 39th t
p Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE I FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS WINDOWS cleaned: floors' cleaned 1 < payment. Built-in oven and sur- Ave. I. 1th St. If, interested
SERVICE 8. SUPPLY 1314 50'' 't I I and waxed. houses washed. 1C 1 face unit in kitc"en.nd many call FlIP J-3251 After a pm. I f ,
I Mart; FR4 T 121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522. | yrs. experience. Free estimates. extra features.

j I Phone FR 1.5.S. f 31 Real Estate Wanted SALES OFFICE '
Auto Glass
5'4 per cent interest. Terms to Yard Work FORDYCEASSOCIATES. ; NW 39th Terr. fir ;
2S years.BUY '
WANT TO BUY NW 16th Ave.
AuTO &L>Si ia our only busi BUILD REFINANCECall I ,

ness. Immediate" Installation; :, YARD _or... heaging easing and' INC I 2 or 3 bedroom home Kitch-I Tel. FR 2-9545 or !
free pickup & delivery. Add
825 NW 13. St. Ph. FR t-2511 trimming. Specializing in lawn' > family room and 2 baths. I
beauty' 8. valta to car.tItAULDINS and
AUTO GLASS your CO. Dan Byrd i cutting. Charles Worsham FR MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS I en must be equipped. Central. Nights HolidaysFR

4-164 anytime.._ 1 Grace S. Fordyce Mary Moeller heat preferred. Must be priced 6-9048 !
323 N.W. ath St. FR a-2558. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA I Sales Phone 372-3471
and conventional loans. Law FOR expert maintenance serviceI E. W. Moeller. Harvey Benton I right with reasonable down pay
ADVERTISE IN THE rates. Terms to 25 years., 1223 I for your lawns and. gardens I 24 West University Avenue ment. Write to Box 13 .A.1 I
SERVICE DIRECTORY W. Univ. Ave. 322-S3fX please can 3740107.I 374-1234 Gainesville Sun.
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House for Rent "Fur*. 66 Miic For Sal. 66 MIIC .For Sat* 77 Mobil Homes, for Salt AUTOMOBILES, for SALE -

Merchandise NOW SHOWING "
9 BEDROOM furnished suburban CLOSE OUT SALEOn KENMORE electric range MY" W64 MOBILE HOMES IMPALA convertible. Excellent I TIME .
erne. Plenty of room.' close to Wallpaper. tic a Ron wide auto. even warming 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor condition. 1M1 Cnevy. good con AUTO SALES
school. Available April 1st. $120 compartment. $25. Phone 3747818 Plans. Terms tailored to meet dition. 374-31U after 4. I
HARPER PAINT CO. FR 2-1411 1007 N. Main St.
per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. your budget. Drive a little and
Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. 61 Wanted to Buy 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 save a lot at IMPALA 1960 4-door sedan. Power Phone FR 2-6313
FOLD-A-WAY bed $12 Ig. mirror CONNOLLYMobile brakes power steering automatic Courtesy Of
MOVING sacrifice '5* GE range $12 3 omer cabinet $7; 2 what- Home Sales Inc. transmission. Radio and ; Northcentral FIOrIcIG'SLargest
30", good cond. Studio couch nets $1.50. Phone 6-4169. heater. FR 2-3807. or FR -249& L University Chevrolet
V; Miles North U. S. 441
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. WE BUY and sen M kinds of furniture. f x 12 wool rug formica top Phone C2M164 MILLERJ.V) N. Main St. at 16th Ave. Independent Dealer
stoves. refrigerators.clothes. table. 6 chairs child's war d- ELECTRIC range $40. bench saw Closed 1961 English Ford radio I healer,
:- ... radios TV etc. Can robe. make offer. FR 2-1344.: $50. (Jointer. motor. scout uniforms Sundays new tires "' 5. 372-4483. M BROWN
FOR RENT OR SALE 3 bedroom. FR 23937. -
95 rush squares cotton = ,
1 bath CCB house. chain link FOR SALE rugs. table lamps. FR 6-4996. 40MODELS 409 ENGINE. 4 on the.floor bucket 1030 E. Unir. -
a fence. 200t NE 16th Ter. Call WANT to buy U.S. & foreign Pansies In Bloom seats super sport convertible. FR 2-3582
.- FR.2293. coins. old & new. Rebel Stamp $1.00 per doL Phone 372-0621 FOR ,SALE riding lawn mower. 1943 IMPALA CHEVRO LET. ,
.. & Coin Shop, 809 W. Unlv. Ave., elec. starter. $40; bicycle $10; Will trade for older car or cash NEW 1964 GMC I
Of 2 BR. 1 Bath unfurn. at 1421 GaInesville Fla. If ZENITH portable T.V.In good Phone 3767326.FRIGIDAIRE ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE S4SO. Inquire at cross roads in
N. W. IJtn St. $80 mo. Call University condition. S40. II" Reel type FROM LOWEST PRICES Archer for residence of Tommie
Realty. 372-4351. WANTED an old shed to be converted power lawn mower, $25. Call ironer. heavy duty. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. Pate. PICKUP TRUCKSAS "
Into a tree house. Call FR 4-4300. good condition cost $200, Sell TRAILER MARTHwy.
: 2 BR house. fenced yard 1217 NW Toby. GR 5-5343: Melrose. $ Phone 442-1441. 1962 TR-4, one owner, 23-
_30th Avenue. Phone 374-2927. CUT <> pattern glass. Antique 17. Phone 328-1050
... WANTED one second-hand roadster dining room set and chest of MY mommy has six size 14 "A" OPEN 000 miles. $1675 cash. I
4 RM. frame house at 1120 S. E. pony cart with harness. Please drawers. New set of Birch line maternity dresses she wore WEEKDAYS Call FR 2-2949. I LOW
21st Ave. Lg. shady yard. $42JO contact Kathy Butler. FR 2-4425. wood kitchen built Ins. Many last Spring also several maternity UNTIL 9 p.m. $17 5 Down
per mo. Call FR 2-4136. oilier Items. :3-T-Shop, rfway patterns. If your mom- SUNPAYS 1 TO 6 1943 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B. AS
1 ELECTRIC or gas ceramic kiln. 100. I'mUe S. Starke. my needs them have her callGERTS EAST FLORIDA P.W. Radio/ and heater. $400 down
FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath. built-in PALATKA.
Contact Allen 3725395.
Edgar or -5907.. and take over payments. FR I I
kitchen. corner lot. 2 blks. from after 6 P. M. 372-1763. IF FIBER glass boat motor J. 2-5424. After 4 P.M. AND
Metcalfe School & |f.. high. 1943 trailer. $425.00. Saw mandrel a gay glrt-ready for a
.. NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. Camping Equipment Wonted with 20* blade. 8. 4V* hp gas whirl after cleaning carpets with WYAI I- MUST selL excellent '57 Chrysler
Call 372-5738. motor. 7VV table saw. Spray Blue Lustre. Saratoga. 4-dr. sedan. P. S. P.
: I Phone FR 2-3307 electric Per Month including tax title,
paint outfit. Racing Go Cart -
shampooer si. McDanleR Furni B. auto. Trans. Radio. heater, I 5633
MODERN 3 bedroom house. carport with 2-cyL engine. :3-T-Shop Hway
WANTED: water cooler. must be ture Co. Gainesville Shopping Trailer Sales S495 or make offer. 464-3437.
not over 2 children. No priced reasonable and In 100. 1 ml. S. Starke. Center. life insurance, financing charges.
Phillips /. I good '
dogs. $40 month. Next to ORIGINAL owner will sell 43

Uesed Cars. Alachua 442-1703. ext.working 20. 1-5 condition.weekdays.Call 3724441 YOUTH spring bed Innerspring complete with mattress.link FORMICA: showcase with regis- HomeofPacemaker Mobile Homes VW MIcrobus (station wagon). t e Best NO GIMMICKS Can be bought at these
ter In good condition througho u t.
1 a BR. masonry home with gas WANTED-- 20- gallon aquariumwith $20. Call FR 2707'GE new well WS.*Call sliding 376-f33S doors between like Shasta and Airstream For cash only. Call 374-0547. or terms I 2.dozen in stock to choose from.
range $85 per mo. John Merrill. Travel TrillersOcsl.'s see at (31 N. W. 20th Terr.
or without pump. filter S a.m. & 3
Hotpolnt 1 ton air conditioner. pjn.
Realtor 3721196.FORDYCE First Mobile Horn
etc. Reply Nik Gravensteln 101 11,000 BTU. 110 Volt. $100. Dealer I Tropical PontiacGMC
HOMART Since 1948 I
NW 44th St., or phone FR 2- Phone FR 2-3911. stage let pump.
1923 Sliver
3584. like new. pressure tank pipes Springs Blvd.
Several lovely homes available "LOOK" & fittings. Call 495-2256 after 6 Phone 429-1358 I I Truck Center

at this time.FORDYCE 64 Household Goods New 1964 MODERN HOME p.m. Ocala. Fia. 63 Rambler I
ASSOCIATES INC. 220 N.W. 8th Ave.
Fully Automatic Zig Zag FEDDERS. 1 SPECIAL10x50 FR 2-3582 f I'
924 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1234 sewing machine does hp air-cond. $65; Classic 4-dr '660, automatic 11= '
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested $700 mo. full Peter's baby stroller $10; Babes Mobile home and 50x100 lot. air' conditioned heater power I
I UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove and Guaranteed bal. due $8800 tenda table $15; Little Brown 1 mile S. of Raines Prairie. All steering like new In and out.
, & refrigerator. 2414 E. Unlv 42 Refrigerators from $39 op Ice chest $15. FR 22248. State Mobile Homes. Spring Special
after 5.35P.M. $2395
Ave. Phone FR e-5709
9 Ranges from $39 up "BRAND NEW" MAKE AN OFFER '61, 45* x 10' 2 BR. Richardson.
for appt. 17 Washers from $19 UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG
up Uke
new $2,700 or best offer.
:- 3- BR home $90 per month. 2 BR a Dryers from $49 up Semi-Automatic does 50 big Vacuum order. cleaners No in good wak Call FR 4-2970. BUY SATISFACTIONTODAY
.. home $40 furnish 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up everything. $400 a month reasonable otter
per mo. Partly 2 Dishwashers from $49 up or $4000 CASH. refused. Example: GE Vacuum FOR SALE Trailer on 100 x ITT 62 RAMBLERAmbassador
ed 2 BR home $40 Furnished $3995HAWES.
per mo- 10 TV Sets from $35 up Sold for $75 now $10. lot. 1 mile outside City limits.
duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Sewing Machine tf>lce Co. THE KIRBY CO. Phone FR 2-1075 after 5:30 or 400 wide bucket
mo. Call FR 4-7444. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 I 115 W. Unlv. Ave. 712 N. Main FR 4-T110 or 6-1117 weekends seats. Automatic transmission TOMORROW
radio heater AIR CONDITIONED -
UNFURNISHED 2 BR house. 374-1075 BABY bed stroller
REPOSSESSED Furniture 3 rooms. car bed. Excellent
78 TRUCKS SALE power power
fenced back yard 2120 NW 7th living room dinette bedroom. UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF television quality & condition. 1115 steering, brakes like
_St. Phone 372-8932 or 372- 119. 17 pieces. Price was $444.75. Nowl and appliances. If we NW 36th Ave. new. power 63 METEOR . $2395 61 MERCURY $1395

UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. $28000. Payments $13.00 monthly don't have It, well get It. LOVELY mink cape collar make 157 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- 63 STUDEBAKER $1995 RAMBLER
$2295 61
$2885 down payment. McDan- Wheeler's Discount Store between $1395
with stove & refrigerator. & offer. 62 am. washer runs per. type truck. Has been serviced -
fenced back yard 2119 NW Tth lell's G'vllle Shopping Center. Melrose and Keystone. fectly $40. baby bathlnett, excellent completely on monthly sched 62 CORVAIR $1395
Terrace. Call 3724932 or FR Route 21. 475-2401. cond. $10 FR 2-1783. ule. 700. FR 2-S46U 60 COMET . $1045
2-6179. FALCON $1395
Curved sectional sofa. BICYCLE good condition. Phone J U I C ER, all metal I. excellent CHEVY 56. 44 ton pick-tip new 62 RAMBLERWr. 60 MERCURY $1295
FOUR Bedroom unfurnished house. was $19995. Now I13US2 FR 22573. 325 N. W. 7th Ter. cond. Used 1 yr. Orig. price JIll Int. new tag very good con 4-dr. Sedan. automatic 62 COMET . $1495
large clean yard. $90 per month. pc. Danish sofa and chair. Was 138. Will sell for $65. See at dition $545. See at Orange H'l
furniture air conditioned 59 BUICK . $1295
DINETTE set $2S. Bedroom Shop radio i heater
Phone FR 4-7142 after 4 P.M. $4995. Now $4995-Danish Reclining 935 NE 3rd Ave. or call FR 6- Shell Serv. Stat. lust So. of the Individual 62 STUDEBAKER $1295
$24 steering.
Chairs Were $9995 Now $75. Chest" $22. dresser 3404 after 7 power
county line 441. Ph.
p.m. on 591-2311
FOR RENT unfurnished 2 Br 169.95-2 PC. Ltvingroom Suite. Gas stove. Like new condition.FR Mcintosh. 611 SW 3rd St. reclining seats. A beautiful 62 VW . . $1395 59 CADILLAC $2195
rock house. blinds. stove. & Was $12995 Now $89.95-Southern 6-0410. BABY bed mattress good condition carlOPEN
.;. ,, heater turn. Close-In. Come by Cross Sleeper Sofa wassm.5. 15. Call FR 2-2)72. DODGE 59. Vi ton pick UP V $1695 61 CHEVY . $1395 59 DODGE . $795
& 404 SW 3rd Ave. or c.1IF Now SI49.95-7 PC. DIn- THE BEST costs less. Heat water body. low mileage excellent FR 2-0538
R 2-8080.53 per mo. ette sets. Were $895. Now 59. for less with Philgas from Full- CAMPING trailer and equipment; cefvf FR M107 61 COMET . $1195 59 FORD . $495
95-3 pc. Maple Bedroom Suite. gas. Inc. 374-5392. radial arm saw; HO train outfit

2 BR house for rent. 4 miles. Was $12995 Now $9995-3 pc. WANT to get stung on a rebuilt ; record player; tape recorder 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 8-8 61 COMET . $1195 59 STUDEBAKER $545
the Wal miscellaneous pieces of furniture -
north of on Walnut
do Rd. 376-1502. $$12995 Now Bedroom$9995.Suite.Fr. Prov.Was washer Call FR 4-0247. B-flat clarinet; trumpet; FINE CARS Meet our salesmen: Carl 61 COMET . $1195 56 FORD . $495

3 BEDROOM. living room. dining Triple Dresser Base. Now $8595 First A-1 In HANDYMAN Appliance Repairs SHOP equipment several cameras riding and mower.darkroom set of RENT a truck one-way anywhere FAIR, PRICES Elmer Davenoort.Miller P., Clint G. Holder.Fleming 61 FORD . $1595 56 MERCURY NEAT
Solid Oak 4 poster bed was Sl9,- : In the USA. from United Rent.I .
p Convenient room. Tile bath.to shopping screened center.porch. 95. Now $ -Solid Oak Panel 2 CHAIRS; easy chair' circular golf clubs. :3-blcycles. See John Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. COURTEOUSSALESMEN and Albert Plant. 61 FALCON $995 THUNDERBIRD $2495
.. Teter Alachua, late afternoonand I
Water furnished. Avalla b I S Bed. Was $3995 Now SU.'S3 wrought Iron chair. 2 gray &; -
now. $85. Phone FR ..3070.t sets of Hotel Bedding. Was 79. black formica top end tables. evenings. I 83 Motorcycles & Scooters I
95 a set. Now $49.95 a set. .See Call FR 49642.BBAND 61 VALIANT4dr
GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance -
,UNFURNISHED. 1 side of duplex these now .at McDanlell Furniture for your old. costly to Sedan. automatic transmission Crane Lincoln Mercury
NEW 1964
Gainesville Cen
kit. & bath 4Vi Shopping
3 Br. living rm.
operate electric water heater.
157 ALLSTATE scooter In good heater clean. premium
ter. _
ml. from downtown. $75 per MODERN HOME Hot water at about half your running condition. Needs little
mo. Call FR 22648 after 5 or present cost with our LP gas. body repair. $65. Call FR 4-6014. car. "''t'l Easy to Trade With Crane Lincoln Mercury"
Sat 8 Sun. 65 Antique Automatic sewing machines but- Ask us. PROPANE, SW Archer thes. qualities are $995

2 Bedroom house. plus deni stove tonholes. fancy stitches Etc. Road. FR 6-5110. 1962 50 cc DUCATI. Good condi standard at:

furnished. $125 month. 26 S.W. ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call Full size head. tion. $95. Call FR 2-0659. after 516 S. Main St. FR 23631Put
Smith 372-4310. Only $88 TRADEINREPOSSESSION 4 )..
24th St. Call Gladys 60 Chevrolet
Realtor. 372-5393. 115 W. Unlv. Ave. 374-1075 SALE B&GMOTOR
WALNUT bookcase. 42" by ...". SEWING MACHINE 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 9-passenger station wagon, automatic
two drawer base. six shelves. radio heater. low mileage
Rent SERVICE CO: 2 Atlas portables $72.
Rooms For
original glass Call 372-9574
1 Kenmore Aut. ZZ $87. SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP CO. Nlcel

I I 66 Misc. For Sale WAR surplus condition mine I detector.used excellent by- 1 New Home Port. $44. Your car's pep aV power show $1395 Your Car In Tune With Our
I 1 Etna Aut. ZZ. $90.. with _
NICE room. close In. Private en-1 I up a tune-up at BROWN'SSERVICE
plumbers & treasure hunters Authorized Cadillac, I
2 Singer Port. $18.
Off CENTER. Guaranteed
trance all channel antenna. $50. Call 374-5347 after 7 P.M. 1 Singer Consol $48. Oldsmobile Dealer SWING INTO SPRING
street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd DOWUNG'5 UPHOLSTERY recapping a. wheel alignment. SERVICE SPECIAL
Place. FR 22582. Chairs low as SS. No money ENCYCLOPEDIA Britannlca. 1958 1 NecchL Supernova $84. __809 N. Main. FR 6-4310. 59 PONTIAC
down low as $5 per month. edition. 24-volumes with 6 year I Piaff Port. $62. New Cars: I Catalina Station wagon radio
NICELY furnished rooms. convenient Free estimates pickup and delivery books. Atlas bookcase. Best of- 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 115 S.E. 2nd St. heater. automatic transmission,
fl to town & Unlv. Prefer service. All work guaran- fer. Phone FR 21986. New Cabinets optional $19 up.
Interior. Clean &
all vinyl .
businessmen. I SW 10th St. teed. Phone 374-77M. 115 W. Unlv. Ave. 374-1075 FR 6-7515 Adjust Spark Plugs
Phone FR 4-5981. BURGLAR Proof A-I fire rr* CADILLAC. 1957. 2 dr hardtop $895 -" Check & Adjust Points
I I f CASE Coke dry box with tin Ing. lewelry safe. Sacrifice 12 GA. shotgun new Rem. mod. extra clean. $700. Call 3763325.CHEVROLET Used Cars: TUNE Test Coil & Condenser
ROOMS for men. Weekly maid doors on top. Just like new. Cost price of 100. For appt. to see 1100 with "B- grade fiddle back N.W. 13th St. I
service. Linens and refrigerator $4e -flrst $200 gets It. 2 basollne call 372C4S1.FORMAL grain wood In stock & forearm. 1962 Greenbrier 2001 'al Set Ignition Timing
furnished. 372-1185. Toro golf carts good for Ig. Matching set of Interchangeable passenger station wagon. Radio. FR 6-7515 59 FORD Adjust Carburetor
wedding veil. heater. 4 speed trans., deluxe
barrels. 26" cyl. choke &
FURNISHED room with private manufacturing plant or lumber size 7. Orlg. cost $150 will sell 28" full choke. Both barrels trim. $1,775. FR J-5547 Country Squire -passenger Service Air Cleaner

bath. Central heat. tel. *> gar yard course transportation use. Cost on or these tor were golf for half price. Phone 37<-7W4. have vent ribs & have Ivory CHEVY Impala '61 sports cou station wagon radio heater. UP 41 Test Battery & Clean

age. Call FR 6SIlLSTUDENTfurnished front sights & metal middle 112 NE 20th automatic transmission, power Terminals
$1,325 ea. Sell one for $500 one ii.14' boat or utility trailer $25. pe. St. FR 6-2298.
air cooled for $300. Phone 372l61.GIRL'S Also Kenmore electric dryer In sights. Engraving on receiver. CHEVROLET Ford steering and brakes. I Inspect Ignition Wiring8Cylinder
I' 4812342.Want Gun Is like new. Orlg. cost $281 1958 wagon 4 dr. conditioning.
room. $28 per month single, US' heavy bicycle 26" for $20. good condition. $40. Ph. will sacrifice for $210. Call FR You can buy this for only $8 Falcon
double. Cheaper by the Semes Call FR 6-2444 or FR 6-8870. 6-9938 after 6 P.M. & all day a week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H $895No 6-Cylinder $6.00 $9.20
ter. For Information phone 372- Sat. & Sun. Motors. Fairlane
1141 after 9 pm. ONLY. e CU. FT. Philco refrigerator. reasonably ( extra)
clean. 150. Phone 376- MOVING this week several useful I CHEVY 55. R & H, standard parts
MEN WOMEN Rooms and 4332 after 5 P.M. or see at 1113 Items of furniture antiques shift. good condition $225. See T-Bird Down Payment
apartments near Campus. Day. NE 20th PI. and clothing for sale. Good condition to appreciate at 3205 NW 10th -
Week. Month. FR 4-2937 or FR low prices. Call for list St. Call FR 2-6804 anytime. Ford 57 FORD wagon $395 ; ''''
S 4-1082. FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant FR 2-1987. 'f. Inspect Hoses and Clamps
formica counter and 26 stools CHEVROLET 1956. 4 dr. This car Trucks 57 PLYMOUTH $395 \ Drain and Refill Radiator
NICE. quiet room. carport & telephone equipment. Complete fountain. 1964 SILVERTONE 23" T-V ra Is going for only $8 a week. 57 CHEVY. wagon $595 ___
or kitchen privilege. $10 and short order equipment. 52" dio & stereo combination. A Call Bill 372-3749. H t H Used $595 COOLING .. Inspect Radiator &
weekly. FR 4-1941. Call FR 2-075 or 2-9207. Mr. beautiful piece of furniture and Motors. 59 wag. Pressure CapS
Page. In excellent condition. Original 55 CHEVY. 4-dr $295 SYSTEM -
Test Thermostat
QUIET desirable. In private home. To cost $425, sacrifice $275. $50 CHEVY. 1953 excellent con d.. Cars 59 OPEL. Sedan $395 t CHECK-UP fl
Convenient to University and DUO-Therm ell heater with fan. cash or old T-V and as- new brake system. new seat choose from. Check Water Pump
town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. electric range with rotisserie. sume payments of $14 per mo. covers good tires. an exceptional Many more to I INCLUDES Check Fan Belt
Call.. FR 6-5368. 62100. Also old doors and windows. $2-$3 For appt. call 3723562 days. car. For a good buy call Get i
each. Ph. mornings FR 2-1917. 376-9938 after 4 P.M. all day PERFORMANCESHAW .

COMFORTABLE maid service. use room of close-In.phone. WILL swap unc. coins or mint ReachPeople 70 Beats-Marina f4y1p. Sat. & Sun. AT RIDGWAYMOTOR I $2.25 (parts extra) I

reasonable. 622 N E 2nd St. II stamps for cut glass and old Chevy 1955 Belalr V-a. hardtop. "-
Phone 3761423.A picture frames. Phone 376-138. auto. trans. radio & heater.
18 FT. open-cock pit, offshore,, Excellent. Price $495. Phone & CO.
COMFORTABLE front room. 3 GRANDFATHER type clocks $30. fiberglass boat complete controls 372-2056.
windowS. off street parking gentleman Misc. furniture electric meat lights. 10 9 gal. tanks Performance Test
> only. Call FR 4-S9S3. slicer $25. Power mower $15. 40 h-p. Johnson. tilt trailer. skis. CHEVY 1957 station wagon V-8 KEETER. 1132 S. Main St.
Doors nails. 318 SE 2nd St. excellent cond.. new tires.
ski ropes, belt life preservers
51-A Wonted To Rent & ladder. $1,100. Phone 372-5738. Phone 372-4623. or FR 4-6556. 230 W. UniversityFR FR 2-8433 $2.25

SINGER portable sewing machine CORVAIR Monza, '63, equipped 2-0503
> $35 cash. FR 2-1557. Mr. Emer ReadyTo 17 FT. Span American with 15 I
with sidewall
radio heater. white if
3 or more bedrooms 1 or more son. hp Mercury. Tilt trailer. MotorIn tires. 8,000 actual miles.
bathroom unfurnished house. Call excellent condition. Boat has
FR 29500 after 4:30 p.m. weekdays ANTIQUE brass plona lamp telephone -:. Bimlnl top. cruise tanks Ride Assume payments small equI- Evacuate
ty. Will consider older car for II S
box. large carved buffet -
or all day weekends. : guide steering amp. and water I
equity. Call owner at 372-8441
I mahagony sewing cabinet. Marine horns, ) O Charge System
pressure gauge. ext. 33, 8-5 weekdays.CORVAIR.
solid walnut
PHYSICIAN'S family of three desires record cabinet. Ch ec k-
3 Bedroom. 2 bath single bed. 2 commodes. Western railing FR 4-2085. compass.Boat can be seen at 1963 2-dr. auto trans FORD -. : Leak Test
home Unfurnished FR 23021 saddle and bridle. Also odds 311 NW 13th St. heater & tinted glass. $100 cash (2)) ENGLISH
and ends. FR 6-1283. Treasure and assume payments. Call $7.20
54 Business Rentals Chest at Fairbanks. Turn left Buy 17" FIBERGLASS Cobia cruiser. FR 2-7587 after 6 P. M. s

at Gulf Station. 55 HP Homeilte motor. Murray (parts extra)
DODGE blue
56, 2-Tone and
trailer completely equipped. t
WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna months old. $1795. FR 2-3742. white 4dr. R&H. AT. W-sw one DEMONSTRATORSImmediate
at 620 S. Main St. Call Double stack complete. Nothing owner. Must see & drive to appreciate.
JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR else to buy. $15. Brants. 16" FIBERGLASS Sea-breeze, 35 FR 2-9772.
513 N.W. 8th Avenue. hp Evlnrude elec. Seminole BF Hawes-Powers Motor Co.
2-1494. Use FORD GALAXIE automatic transmission
_____ trailer. 9 mos. old. $1000 2010N.
OFFICE space for rent. Unlv. I USED Chain Saws $50 wp. New W. 13th St. power steering $750.
Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c 4 hp saws $8*.'5. We repairall Can be seen at 521 SE Uth Delivery
chain saws 8. lawn mowers. Terr. or call 3727874. 204 N. Main St. FR 2-2561
per sq. foot. John Merrill Real- Chain saw rentals. McCulloch 72 Office EquipmentGAiNESVILLE'S
tors., 372.1 U. 44 FORD 5 passenger business
Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton I PersonTo
dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR coupe red & white leather Interior -
largest volume office body solid. '53 flathead.
Immediate Savings
NEARLY new modern office or 4-3411. I supply dealer Chesnut's new WW tires radio & heater. *
location at 3733 West Unlv. Ave. WROUGHT Iron & glass tables & I Office Equipment Co. Invites you Call 372-7736 days or after 8
Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty. chairs 1 yr. old $57. See at to come In and shop or call for P.M. 3764002.
1113 N. Main St. Gatehouse Restaurant eveningsCall free delivery. Chesnut's Office
65843.ANTIQUE Equipment Co. 106 W. Unlv. FORD. 1963. Fast Back big Performance 11
3 STORES FOR RENT on South Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. engine. $350 equity for $1150. *
Main. Phone FR 6-4786 or 4- heavily carved walnut And take up payments. Phone SPRING

; 7278. library table from the estate of Person TAX TIME. Adding machines and FR 4-3829 after 4.
Dorothy Dix $100 or best offer. calculators. New and used. P.rk.e" HILLMAN Husky Station Wagon That Lasts
56 Business Opportunities FR 6-4454. Complete Office Outfitters.The .
1959. Phone 3725706.
only authorized Olivetti -
ESTABLISHED FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 Underwood Agent In Gainesville.Ph. LANCER 61; mod-770 4 Dr. s-stlck
grocery store real
l estate stock. and fixtures. Excellent Firestone 12 h.p. outboard motor 372-2555. 601 W. Univ. Ave. new tires 39.000 ml. Bal. $960.
", opportunity. $196.5; 1 Philco 12.3 CUe ft. re Mr. Balwin 3764404. CRANE MOTOR CO."It's
reasonably frigerator. $179.95; 8 cu. ft. Philco .
priced. Worth Investigating and refrigerator $135 1 Philco port. 73 Musical Merchandise MERCURY. 1956 4 dr. hardtop. SPECIALS
Investing. Robert C. Smith. loaded with extras for $8 a week. "
T.V with stand. $195 12-G- to Trade With Crone Motor Co.
Realtor Mlcanopy. Ph. 4463120.OTHER
piece drill sets. $125 ea. Fire- Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors.

!I business forces me to stone Stores. 304 W. Unlv. Ave. ORGAN SALEOf PLYMOUTH 1955 2 dr. stattonwagon 516 S. Main St. FR 6-2425
sell grocery store this week. Christmas Left overs. All radio heater & over-
Doing good business all colored FOR SALE one complete Cub new organs. Savings up to 30 drive. $130. Phone 372-8716.
sm. down payment. FR Scout uniform with Cub Scout T- Ads per cent. Earls Piano Co. .. .
_4-7231, after 7 pm. FR 2-0441. shirt. Call Bobby FR 2-0673. 702 W. Unlv. Ave. 372-2222 PONTIAC. 1955, two tone paint -
loaded with extras for $8 a 63 DODGE Polara 4-dr. hardtop. Torque-
ORGAN used. Hammond spinet week. Call Bill 172-3749. H & H

"ATTENTION"Now with tone cabinet. Bargain Motors.T DART sedanIncludes Flite, power steering and brakes, R&H

$795. Gridley Music R 3. 1957. black good tires. DODGE whitewalls. White, all vinyl

Open to The Public ? Co. FR 2-5353. mechanically& heater.good Low new priced.top FR radio interior, low mileage . $2288

NEW and REPOSSESSED 4. HI-FI cabinet containing 1. 8" 8. 4-0525 all weekend & after S "
2. 4" speakers $10 also 1 14 P. It\. week days. ( Heater) $199500SPECIAL

MACHINE SALE watt amp. with inputs for magnetic VOLKSWAGEN. 1963. AM-FM ra 62 DODGE Lancer Coupe
SEWING crystal phono. & for an dio. Seat belts. White wall tires. AT Torque$1388
FM tuner or tape recorder $15.
Flire radio heater
FR. 44009.FLOOR Like new. 1695. Call 372-6698. .

"LOOK NEW" SINGER W.V. 1961 will trade older car for 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
Lines model speaker cabinet equity and take over payments.Call .

Modem home '64 model containing 1-I" a. 3 4" speak 14 FR 2-9324 or GR 5-233; 61 PLYMOUTH, Fury Sedan Torque-
I ers $10. also 1 high-fidelity ask for George. Poole-Gable Motors

fully automatic zig AUTOMATIC wan HeathRIt amp. with inputs Flire, radio, factory air, powersteering
I I does everything $7. mo. for both magnetic t cryst.1JIhonO BRING out the best In your car. $1288
full balance due $88.00. & for an FM tuner or Superior Auto painting & body (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) very clean ,
ZIG ZAG tape recorder $15 FR 44009. work. Fast dependable service;
amplifier. with tremolo. free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S 119 S.L 1st Ave. 3724343RAMBLERS
"A 'REAL BUY" Makes buttonholes sews Two Instrument Imput. $35.Imputs.Phone 1 microphone FR FR 4-9707. 61 FORD V-8 Fairlane 500, R&H

'64 White zig zag makes on buttons monograms, J-3962 __ 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon. std. transmission, one-owner $988
makes all
buttonholes applique, or Air conditioned. auto. trans.
fancy stitches fancy stitches. Sold fort radio 8> heater three seets. I
etc. Full bat $46. Days Automotive
white side walls. 4.000 miles
$249.50 new. Small bol. less than S mos. old. $100 cash. 61 DODGE, "6" Sedan,
$71.00 cash or pay- take up payments. Call 372- Torque$988
Homes for Sale
AUTOMATICof 77 Mobil 1171 a to 372-S738 after S FJtte, heater .'_ _
A P.M.
I I sa GREAT Lakes for sale excellent
ZIGZAG $200I condition. Phone 312-6<<)Q 1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVIII 4-

J '64 model does everyNEW HOMEELECTRIC after 6 P.M. dr. hardtop factory fully air. equipped cream puff.bvclurflna Wide Selection of 6ancl V-8's in all sers.I 60 DODGE 9-panenger sta. wagon, $988

thina. Has droo in cams OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive I $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see. std. trans., R&H, roof rack .
for little to save a lot. Below market
fancy stitches. $5.00 '
clean. Lake Geneva Trailer 40 V.W. convertible New top; new
r a month, full balance due Sales. Rt. 100. SE Keystone tag; new floor,mats. A-1 throughout -
$52.00. Htv. Fla. $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4 I 60 RAMBLER Sedan clean
'i p.m. WE HAVE MET OUR QUOTA one$788
PO'R ;,
= WE BUY I owner . . .
I The first 20 days of March. 10 Days left. RMgway

"BRAND NEW" '64 model with: oil at USED MOBILE HOMES.Top MOBILE HOMES I Motors is offottefl the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allowances J

UNIVER5AL tachments. 2-tone green. dollar paid. phone 374-0571. FEDERAL QUALITY "erlBEFORE 60 COMET, Sedan, clean

I $6.00 a mo. Full balance AIR conditioned. W x 10 mobile 1 Mi. N. om 441 __: one$788:
ZIG ZAGSemiautomatic home. Set up whit W" x 10" awning owner . . _
due $52.00. and. yr- TV antenna en at City Limit Siga
does ev- shady lot In Hickory Mitt. Ready CALL 3725113WE YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL

erything. $6.00 a month. tor SX250.excellent Call FR Florida*-4S4 after- living.4.30PM. TRADE ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN 60 FALCON, Sedan, two-tone,
Small balance due $10. $688POOLEGABLE

BUILT CAR nice .,. . . . .
1-1t wide. 1 or 2 BR, used lake

SERVICED and FULLY GUARANTEED or house trailer from $1.2S. 1 Watch favorite magazines for Rambler's
office Trailer for rent or Ml*. BUY YOUR your

; BY YOUR HOME TOWN DEALER 3 mL So. of Starfca on 301. M- MOBILE HOME Million Surprise Party Coupons!
,. eSTU Greene Oaks RSS64Ura'*. ., $3 USED CARS
-, From the. WORLD'S

CO. NEW ments.low down FINANCING-I ..... mo.- ,pay Homes Southern Brokers Mobil Inc.) 'RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. '( Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)

f Town & Country Trailer Sales
SI5 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE 3Wa SW Archer Rd. FR 2-8M 2200 Sooth Dixie Highway '514 N. Main St. Tel. 3724951o7.

Phone 376-1075 Ask for Credit Manager Ph. 629-4111
frailer SWQ
TWO bedxem 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
one bedroom house trailer STSOu Oasis FIrU .
ATTN Dealer. place bio a* usual Can be rented. Phone 374-C34 I

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. 14 Golnesrllle Sun Tuesday, March. 24, 1964,

I Peter Lorre Bands Rock of StabilityLONDON
PKY Gain Superior RatingsP. I

1 SEE (AP) British
by Dies at 59HOLLYWOOD bosses were urged Monday to

P .. Yonge's senior and junior zey, Barbara Russell and Kathy bers and Marline Layfield and Junior high winners were hire women 60 and over for

(AP) Peter high school bands'' received Sites; clarinet quartet, Bob Mul- for Linda Lastinger ,and Sandy Claire Johnson, clarinet; Todd their office staffs."Compared .

I the SUN Lorre, whose soft-boiled egg superior ratings in weekend dis- lin, Anne Esry, Martine Layfieldand Sadler.A Landsman, baritone and Patricia with the dizzying

I trict competition here Eil Marshall; saxaphone Wershow, trumpet, all suPer.
eyes and whiny voice made him twirling ensemble with Cynthia procession of young girls passing -
i. one of the movies' most popular The high school band was quartet, Yvonne Booth, George Babers Martine' Layfield ior scores. through secretarial and typing
U heavies is dead victim of judged superior in concert,sight Davis, Alice Orton and Lewis Ensembles rated superiorwere
a and
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP ,ADMITTED Janice Stone, Shirley Ann Beaz- posts, a fit capable
stroke.. reading and marching. Fabrick and a drum duet with lie Susan Erb Joan Hindman a clarinet quartet, Claire woman of 60 is a very rock cf
Involved in accidents reported Mrs. Ora Lawson, Mrs. Helen ,
went to the Kim Richardson and Jack
to Gainesville Police duringthe Corbin, Mrs. Margaret Par- The body of the 59-year-old Superior rating Buns. Robin Richards, Linda Lasting Johnson, Judy Whiddon, Sally stability," said a report from
band in concert
last 24 hours: rish, Tammy;Lee Durden, Mrs. Hungarian actor was found be- junior high Two 'twirling duets received er, Sandy Sadler and Carol Tay- Adams and Mary Schwab; sax- the National Corporation for

Freeman DeSota Hunter, Box Harriett Read, all of Gaines side his bed Monday by a competition and excellent for superior ratings for Cynthia Ba- lor also r e c e i ved a superiorscore. aphone quartet Cindy Baum Care of Old People.CREVASSE .

housekeeper who came to clean sight reading.P. stein, Pam Coggins, Ricky Ste-
161, and Kenneth Leibman, 2042 ville;. Horace G. Cruse, Bell; .
host for the
K Yonge was '
his He had suffered phens and Lewis Fabrick and
apartment. Defector's a
NE 9th Ter., at N. Main Street Mrs. Virginia Greenlee, Wil-
from high blood pressure for district meeting.In Excellent ratings went to a twirling duet, Cindy Baumstein, Orchids
and 23rd Boulevard at 9:41 p.m. liston; Herbert Wirrick, New-
years. solo competition: the high Home :Burns clarinet quartet by Elizabeth and Mary Vogh.Ensembles .
yesterday. berry; Robert Jackson, New-
Since 1927 Lorre had chilled school winners were Pharlee Solley, Judy Lee, Barbara fl.For
Mary Jane Wise, Miami, and berry Mrs. Alice Rogers, Wil- receiving excellent
Benjamin F. Morris, Otter liston;' Esther Jones, Alachua. movie audiences the world over Decker, alto sax; Dickie Hord, OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) Hoffman and Pam F easier; scores were a clarinet quartet, Her e

Creek, at the Archer Road and as a master portrayer of the timpani; Barbara Russell flute; Otho G. Bell, who defected to flute trio; Linda Lastinger, Ca- Margaret Stryker, Betty Janes,

Center Drive at 12:59 p.m. yes- DISCHARGEDStanley psycopathic killer. Off screen, Cathe Rising, flute and Francisco Red China during the Korean rol Taylor and Susan Erb and a Diana Holliman and Cheryl Wal- FLORIST

terday. Hutch in he was gentle, witty, wellreadand Pareja, flute, all rated super- War,and then returned to the trumpet trio, Doug Kinzey, lace; flute quartet Lindsay
Ray son, 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd.
Peter H. dareD, 1228 SW 14th William L. Williamson: Mrs. the most gregarious and fun ior.Excellent United States, lost his home and Barry Baumstein and Larry Mickler, Sally Wilkowski, Joyce Phone FR 6.2514

Ave., and Jessie McMillon, 2408 Effie Mae Wright, Mrs. Agnes! loving of men. solo ratings went to everything in it in a fire Monday. Hale.If Moore and Judy Taylor.

NW 48th Ter., at W. University Dougherty, Mrs. Bozena Brown Actor Vincent Price, who co- Trahtham Whitley, alto sax and

Avenue and 13th Street at 8:25a.m. and son,' Mrs. Mary E. Kemp: starred with Boris Karloff andLorre Genie White, piano. Bell's wife and three of their your romance has lead to
in "Comedy of Errors," Ensembles with superior rat- marital results and you need a
yesterday. and son, Mrs. Mildred McCain four children were' in the home
called Loire's death a tragedy. ings were a flute trio, Doug Kin- budget boost for the trouseau
Willie Griffin, 3406 SW Archer and son, Mrs. Ha Hampson, Mrs.i but escaped unhurt or honeymoon, Classified Ads

Road, struck but didn't seriously Mary Elizabeth Browder and Fire Chief Robert Thomas of will go over BIG with you! You j

injure pedestrian Larry Dubose, daughter, Mrs. Clara Baylor,: Fund Raising DivisionIs East Olympia estimated the get cash for those no longer NEEDMONEY I
7th Place who Mrs. Robert E. Green Mrs.
10, 536 SW four-room house was worth needed items furnishings, L

walked in front of his car at 531 Judy Adams and son, Mrs., Established at UF about $5,000 and said the Bells sports equipment, or maybe

SW 4th Ave. at 7:54 a.m. yes- Elaine Allen, William Keene had no insurance. The chief just your little black book. Just 1

terday. Mrs.Bertha Christine Washington Nattiel and and son,: Establishment of a Division of support from private sources '.said the cause of the fire was dial 372-8441 for a helpful a d ?

Richard Harrison HJ, 822 NE .
not known. writer.
Development Services at the Un- and coordinating fund raising
23rd St., and Francis S. White,I daughter, 'Mr. Robert F. Cook,
of Florida revealed efforts by University agencies.The .
iversity -
Mrs. was
Jacqueline Crutchfield and
210 SE 50th St., at S.TL 26 and ,
E. University Avenue at 7 a.m. daughter, Mrs. Mildred Parker: here during the annual spring director of development

Tuesday. and daughter, Mrs. Martha Ja-!meeting of the University of services will also serve as secretary CHAIN LINK 1

Mrs. Linda Cal- Florida 'Alumni Association.Announcement .
Fire Calls of the University of Flor- ,
D. Maxwell Mrs. Ruth
At 8:32 p.m. yesterday, a Johns, Mrs. Isabelle McLean,I of the new ida Foundation, which was re- HURRICANE j 1

flooded heater in a house trailer Patsy Buchanan, Harris Har- function was made by Univer- cently re-organized. Dr. C 1 y de

at 2009 SE 45th Ter. vey, Abram Madden, Miss Cy- sity President J. Wayne Reitz Anderson, St. Petersburg, is

At 5:30 p.m. yesterday, a city tee Coleman. following approval by the Alumni president FENCEProtect W

trash truck in the 1200 block of Executive Council 'of a re-
Reitz said the establishmentof
SW 13th St. I March 21 quest for alumni funds to assist And

At 1:36 p.m. yesterday, a BIRTHSMr. in,the support of the operation.The the Division of Development BeautifyYour
fire behind Gainesville I of Services will round out the Uni- Home
grass and Mrs. Doyle Crown- major portion suppportfor versity's advancement FOR SPRING HOMEIMPROVEMENTS.
School. organization NOW
High the new division is from pri-
691st Radar Cross
over, Sqd., ; the other units, Divis-
ALACHUA GENERAL City, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Albert vate funds. ion, of Alumni Affairs and Di-

March 20 Norman Jr., Box 508, Sunland The will faIl .
,new operation vision of Informational Servies,
BIRTHSMr. Training Center, city, a boy; Mr.
under the direction of the Officeof having ,been in operation for a It's really very simple; you need for
and money
and Mrs. Earl Herlong, Mrs. Elmer Cassels, P. 0.
University Relations and Development number of years. home improvements we have it! No red
6 Lochloosa
a girl Mr.
Pl. and ;
4528 SE 1st a son; Mr. .
Mrs. James C. Pierce, Waldo, and Mrs. Silas E. Norman, Rt. headed by Dean Harold FREE Information & EstimatesSee tape; payments can be for 3 years. See us today .

a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. RalphP. 3, Box 185, city, a boy; Mr. and B. Crosby.Crosby and Reitz ADVERTISEMENTDoFALSE Our Quality Get Our Price If you're unable to come in phoneFR

Read, 2823 NE 14th SL, a son. Mrs. Willie J. Smith, Rt. 2, Box indicated that an announcement Before, You Decide Immediate Installation 65351.

226A, city, a boy. might be expected soon regard- TEETH NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months. To PayPHONE

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ing the appointment of a director &;

IN AND. FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, ADMITTEDMrs. of development services. Rock Slide or.Slip? Firs f
FLORIDA.IN Tammie B. Durden Barbara I 3725333SAUNDERS I
RE: Estate of FASTEETH. an implored powderzS.ti yfM&i
ALMA IMOGENE FENNELL. F. Norman; Willie Fisher, The primary functions of the apr1nk1ect on upper or lower 1 BAI ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS plates told teeth
An creditors of the Estate of ALMA James Acosta, Mrs. Susie B. new division, Reitz said, wouldbe in puce. Do false slide al1p mace or firmly rock. --- OF GAINESVILLI, FLORIDA

IMOGENE FENNEL Deceased are Smith, Mrs. Lullene L. Norman, in organizing for the solicitation No fee11Dg.PASTETB1alJkal1De CUIDD1J'. gooey.: DUtY taste Oft OIl. CO. Established 1888
hereby notified and required to file any Inoaaot -
claim or demands which they may have all of Gainesville; Clarita S. of additional financial &C1d). Does IIOUJ' Checks &&*
against said Estate In the Office of the odor breathGet PAS Tli 814 N.W. 4th St.' Member, of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
County Judge of Alachua County, Florida Crownover, Cross City; Mrs. I drug counter* ereiywber Member of Federal Reserve System

In the Courthouse at Gainesville. Bertha R. Cochran, Lochloosa,
Florida. within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publication Julius Taylor, High Springs.DISCHARGED FILE FICTITIOUS NAME
of this notice. Each claim or demand NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
must be In writing and must state the the undersigned desiring to engage In
place of residence and post office address business at Route 1, Box 304 Gainesville -
of the claimant and must be Mary G. Shultz, Virginia G. Florida, under the name of Hick.
sworn to by the claimant Ms agent or ory Hill Farm, Intend to register the ;
hammock Fred P. Bloodworth said name with the Clerk: of the Circuit '
Ms attorney or It will become void according ." ,
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Court of Alachua County, Florida. : '
to law.
Domenico Esposito, Hettie B. "MB1 : ..
/iMyrtle f. Waldo, as Admin /t/ Marlon S. Whaley
istratrix of the Estate of ALMA Johns, Mrs. Bertha Tedford, /Margaret D. Whaley ,: .:
IMOGENE FENNEL Deceased. H. G. Bates .
(3145) 3:10. 17, 24 31. Mrs. Margaret G. Sandlin and of Bates < Jones "

son, Oscar Frazier, Glenn T. Attorneys at Law ':
CALL FOR BIDS 11 West University AvenueP. :
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Brasington Mrs. Rosa Johnson, O. Box 396 i
Gainesville Florida
Sealed bids will be received by the Arthur B. Mangham, Horace G. I(3131) 3:3, 10 17, 21INCOME .j "I
Board of Public Instruction of Alachua
Cruse Sharon A. Harris John BIG"
County Florida, at the office of the ,
Superintendent of Public Instruction & McLeod, Mrs. Rosemary T.
In the School Administration Building TAX
Gainesville Florida .up to 3:00 p.m. Gouge, Leo Bessette, Mrs. Beth
.'clock, ES.T.. on April 9, 1144 at
which time and place all bids received W. Olinger, Mrs. Joyce P. Holder GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS

will be publicly opened and read : and son, Mrs.'Mary C. Guthrie -
aloud for furnishing all materials and '
labor and constructing the following and son, Mrs. Sue D. Wise
school paving prelect In Alachua and Mrs. D. Hol-
County: son, .Margaret
1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
1744 Unit -PAVING
PROJECT I ton and daughter.
Any bid received after the specified .
time and date will not be considered.
All bids must be accompanied by a -,
certified check cashier's check or bid
bond In the amount of five percent of i'
the base bid as guarantee and the bid
der. If awarded the contract will. $
within ten consecutive calendar days Trail
after written notice being given of ways
auch award. enter Into a written con
tract with the Board of Public Instruc
tion of Alachua County. Florida, In
accordance with the accepted bid and I j j'iI
give a contract surety bond satisfac treats
tory to said Board In an amount equal you
to price.one hundred percert of the contract

No bidder may withdraw his kid for a ':
period of thirty i days after the date AI
set for the opening thereof. /IOOELiw R

All work shall be dona In accordance ... ..
with ; .. : ,
plans specifications and contract companymaybe ,." :,: .. : .
documents relative thereto. Plans ape.clflcatlons .. .<.. .
and contract documents r 1 if'a ,. .
be better! 0 I. : /'
may secured at the office of the ( ) "ItJ' .
Superintendent of Public Instruction. .'

Gainesville Bidder's qualifications, Florida. must be satisfactory % /.. ,. .'0 :. .I'.'.1; I _.._'"'_ _..... -:: __ Ea' ..I i.-.1. J

structlon to of the Alachua Board of Public In- ,", '4". 0';t'. ..JIM.J&I am.MB saa tat___1 E .
County. Florida T
The Board of Public Instruction of : : "
*?' "? County. Florida reserves the I 'i < .. .. \" .
right to waive Informalities In any bid ;' h" -';
and to relect any or all bids. .. LONGONLOOKS : ;' ,. ''' '. : .--
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC .., ; ::. ', o.f'

COUNTY FLORIDA Manning *. Secretary : ; ._:. oi.'o' ';:, i--: :': :;- .
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CHANCERY. .1< ;: :- This new hi-fi console win stand; out hi your -.
E. E. SMITH and, MARTIN CHITTY, "" .' **-- home and sound: out too, witfi fad stereo .
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FRANK C. MOORE. JR.. j '. ',e ...... ''. ... ,.. family of features, and fad quality components .
Defendant. 't.. Only, from Olympic .
CHANCERY NO. 1 --t ;: }- .
TO: Frank C. Moore. Jr., : ..... AT
Residence ; A :. < c.r. 6-feet lena reelected Genuine Wakiut McDUFF
hardwoods handsomely oil-rubbed .
You are hereby notified that f 'r,
has been filed against you In the a CIrcuit suit- .. 'r :;,.. ,: '1_ .- decorator designed Danish fine furnttara YOU
Court of Florida Eighth Judici ,. ..f ..: z ... "' .,'; ':' styling space on both sides for reconii --
al Circuit. in and For Alachua '-r?./ '.::' -1 -
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County Florida, said suit entitled :; 4-speed record ._
"E. E. SMITH and MARTIN CHIT- ,; n. s:?r ; ". automatic changer }10. NAME YOU& ;
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TY. vs. FRANK C. MOORE, ( w
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The nature of this suit Is for the tore- .. a-; ,.: 1 -: y31 J ,. at; : -'Yha.tS spin spfeole OWN TERMS
closure of a mortgage on the follow. l' :. ... .
tog Lola described of unrecorded property plat tortt In: the rSr3flllk'ty Oo 1Ml 51 Cwr MoMyfcatoed i :.:> T' *.**:' :, :r r .<- rig'. "> AM/FM Stereoptex mdfe FM .** 1 .

South half (S ji) of Lot f of Section experts bend over boidcwards to answer your questions :. : ,' V..!' ,. .. ... ." solid state Automatic frequency Gcnbof _"
IS Township 10 South. Range 20 -. T :,' ki.. < ... 4' 5- -. .
comptetely.' Help select the most : f t +. I' -
courteously you .
East, more particularly described as I .' "a' 4t. .I,\q: '1' Multi-Sonic 8-s eaker sound system 5 ,-
follows: scenic routes. Smooth art fNeIJ detail so you enjoy a _. .., "- .1 two 12" woofers two coaDuolly-mountad : .; ,f' '
Commence at the ""'" ot.
of Lott of Section Southeast is Township corner heppy trip on America's most modem buses. 's ,:,r: : .N' :7.-. ,:".."'J. -.; ""s. .-' ... high frequency speakers 1rnDneed-rcJ1Qe -
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South Range 20 East thence ran S ': too -s

ends North Westdegrees 00 minutes. 10 sea of 'lK. -; >S .: r
said toe 330.62 feet.Ethence ft "
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degrees 45 minutes S* sea
ends West 411.n feet to the point If. 'i; 'tj.; %-' ONLY $298 ': .
ef beginning thence run South 1 degrees "" : ,.. .. : ;: r ., .
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feet, thence run South It degrees w_ ._ + :$' ; ;* 'f. '> .
4S minutes 51 seconds East 100 feet ., *,-r$> 't ,
to me point of begbmbtg.' AH I' 15 : '4. : .i: c- d"l
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Township 10 South, Range 20 East .. ;:>-- OIyJP. l' \ .
Alachua County Florida.; .
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ALSO: A strip Gf land f".1 1. "
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and South by 100 feet East and FROM GAINESVILLE I-W. ; ; ', .

West above lying described Immediately property South. sublect ef Ito ST. PETIItSSURG ........ .... $4.20 jQ rrtrat.trllararallt ts t: :..:
a permanent public easement for 4 Vi hours-5 trips daily -
road rlght-oKway across the same. FT. MYERS . .. .... ...... $6.45 _.'___"'._MWUft = ,:.
You are required to file your an- Thru service via SarasotaWASHINGTON. .;":. .: r "-
ewe.to the
of said Court Complaint and to serve with a the copy Clerk of . . ... $13.70F
same on Plaintiffs or Plaintiffs' atorneys. ster Thru service-short route

whose names and address NEW YORK . .. . .. .. $31.05
appear below not later than Ap-
ru fth. 144. Herein fall not or a De Thru service-short routeTRAILWAYS

ed cree BOATED against Pro. this B.you.Confesso CARMICHAEL 4th day will of March be enter.A.D.J. 527'W. Unlr., Ave.BUS Platte TERMINAL'312.6327TRAILWAYS CORNER N. MAIN : ST. & 12fh AVE.

Clerk of the Above Entitled

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BY Emily Deputy Waterhous i Free Parking Phone-.3761296r

Attorneys for Plaintiffs
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