Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00078
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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 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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System ID: UF00079931:00078
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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County Plans Inquiry Details of Air Crash }

A capacity crowd filled ,
the east courtroom at the
Bird War OnEncephalitis courthouse 'yesterday for
I the first day of testimony

about the South Central Revealed
Airlines crash here beforea Hearing
Civil Aeronautics Boardof

It I Eddie Inquiry.Davis()Sun photo by


Wing Flaps
By MARTY SCHRAM Commission is strictly for the ;
'., ,. :
Gainesville's city commission birds-parakeets, that is. a s' v ;tihab

may be going to the dogs Possibly At
It seems that the parakeetswill .
with their recent "leash law"furor
be sort of
a squadron-a
but the Alachua County z..d.f-'y. % "P#'P '
Alachua County Air Force how} 'wsw. !' Bad Angle .
charged with the task of elim- ;

Juvenile inating mosquitos. d ie ?t1 ;' 'ay .
}qo 0 PF' 'K vy M' 'C u 2xJ HUMMELSun

M n's feathered friends St Staff Writer '

< aren't going to shoot the flies The ,
o- IsProposed wing flaps on the pas-
right out of the air. They're going t1 wttWYgNWw0.w senger-laden plane that crashed -

to trap them, one by one.It's and burned here Feb. 6 may
have been set in the wrong po
'part of an antiencephalitis sition.
campaign to prevent an
By JEAN CARVER Alachua County version of the They were turned down one .
Sun Staff Writer witness testified in Civil Aeronautics -
sleeping sickness disaster which
Alachua County should con- .rv Board hearings yester
cost the lives of several per-
sider building a cooperative ju-
in Pinellas last day.They
sons County i > P
venile detention facility with should have been up he

surrounding counties, Leesburg year. said.The
Circuit Judge W. Troy Hall told Commissioner Edgar Johnson witness was Thomas F.
the Alachua County Children's read a few excerpts from the Dobbs, ,a pilot with 11,000 hours
Committee last night. county's recent purchasing authorizations ax a +

I "U n for tunately in many at yesterday's com- (: :::
states such facilities are not mission meeting. ?64 v9 ox ; d.p,1p"2#: '

I provided until" some terrible* They included three parakeetsSee of flight experience who now
tragedy occurs he noted.
.. ). (See JUVENILE on Page 2)Registrar) ( BIRDS on Page 2)) flies the same type of plane that
crashed here;

He said he noticed that the ill-

Tells : fated plane's wing flaps were in

the wrong position soon after it.
< *; left the ground.

Under questioning, he told
hearing officers that the regu-
Duties of Office lar check list provided to'South
'Plane OverLoaded'The Central
Was Airline pilots didn't men-
tion checking to be'' sure the
Registration Supervisor ,,Mrs. ,the grand jury in April. flaps were in the right position.But .
Alma Bethea answered yester- This is Mrs. Bethea's state- it's been changed since
day's subpoena of Gainesville ment: .- pilot of a doomed airplane that crashed According to a statement taken according to investigators, the,crash.
registration records by State "As a consequence of the re- and burned here Feb. 3 was worried about his from Dobbs the day after the crash, the pilot of the-. death plane; Under fur t h er questioning,

1 ,Attorney T. E. (Ted) Duncan cent closely contested City Com- load, according to testimony this morning.. was worried. 3. Dobbs ,said "Yes" he Inadvertently -

with a prepared statement mission race it was quite natural He allegedly told a flying brother of his concern The statement said that Dobbs told the other pilot probably, has left*his own flaps in
issued at a mid-morning press that a climate was createdin loaded 'the"day the.wrong position during takefV. .w:
investigators. said. was. all right because he had flown the plane heavily *
conference.She which comments and rumors other' 'took- .
beforeand it .handled properly then. The pilotithen
said no other records have were circulated as to the'con- I John :L. McWhorter -prese ted the f information. off. I That's when he admitted to

\ t, been called for ; duct of.the election. I'm certain He brought ou t.while questioning.pilot Thomas ..-e,3f ? .- questioners that the old pre-
f' by Duncan who that,all of us recognize:,that'ui- 'F. Dobbs before Civil Aeronautics;Board of.Jl. *4Sobbs, when questioned this morning said he couldn't remem- flight check list didn't men-
announced yes- tense feelings existed on both Inquiry.' McWhorter is" a CAB Investigator ber making the specific, statement but, that he couldn't deny it.. tion the flaps.

terday that his L sides, and that the final resultsof Dobbs was piloting a South Central Airline flight He also didn't specify whether the other pilot. i was worried about "That's probably why I left
office is investi- ,this,election proved extremely that was' traveling the same route as the .jllMcWhorter over-load or balance. them down" he said.

gating reported disappointing to a large seg- fated,craft. But Dobbs' airplane was grounded at Through the hearings which began in the east courtroom of the He told yesterday of standing
t irregular i t ies ment of the voting population."I Gainesville,by mechanical trouble. courthouse yesterday investigators have asked repeated questionsSee in the Municipal Airport term-
and alleged vi- have recently been advisedby Dobbs transferred two passengers to his sister flight and helped inal building and watching the
olations of the the state attorney that he load luggage 0'11' the plane. ( CARGO on Page 2)) ill-fated South Central 'Airline

.. election laws wishes to review the records of plane taxi for a take-off.. He apparently --
in last week's. this office, to determine if there was the only man to
Mrs. Bethea
city election. were any irregularities in the MacArthurwinning Politicians Like TallyLp,, watch the takeoff closely.
Duncan said the investigation procedure used to register per-: : to :. Two other persons present in
report will be turned over to (See BETHEA on Page 2)) the terminal quoted him as
The saying, "Oh God, don't do that,

Duncan Asks for Funds Even Minus Audience(?) it'll He stall.confirmed the quote.

I Big Battle The twin -- engined Beech-

craft, he s.a. | d, was about 45
To Carry Out Investigation Following Bids to streamline i thecounty's don't' attract enough people, He, asked simply for ap itinerary feet off the" ground. i
best for candidates.
have them.
political rally system we shouldn't Suddenly the craft "p i Itched
'f State Attorney T. E. Duncan '',his own promise "to do'the were short-lived last night. A minority of voices from the Then .McKinney suggestedthat up:" He said it was climbing ata

t requested fin i a n cial aid from HEADLINE very best I can," Gen. They were proposed and ranks of the committee supported the candidates be allowed 60 ,,to 70 degree angle 'at the
Alachua County at yesterday's Douglas MacArthur was reported quickly talked down at a joint Hendry's stand. to'speak before instead of'after peak of its climb. Then it stalled -

t county commission meeting, "in PROTESTState alert today and making sat- meeting of the Democratic Ex- They talked of handsfuls of the meals. Dobbs told hearing officers.A .
order to adequately conduct my isfactory progress in recovery ecutive Committee and candi- people who often are helplessly Again there was' some minor- climb of only 30 to 40 degrees -
investigation of fraudulent reg- Attorney T. E. (Ted) from the shock of two major dates for county offices. outnumbered by mosquitoes in ity support but ultimate defeat. probably would have been
istration and illegal voting Duncan said today that "the operations in 17 days. a few of the county's small com- Claude M. 'Franks, ousted tax enough to stall the engines, he
headline in yesterday's editionof The voiced concensus was munities where rallies are held assessor who's trying to regainhis said. The 60 to 70 degree climb
charges. the Sun which stated "Grand CoL Donald A. Campbell executive against reform. each political season. job suggested that "you're was virtually certain to stall
Duncan is heading a grand Jury to probe Election" is inac- officer of Walter Reed But the only candidate to going to have some awful late them. And it apparently did,
But the voiced
I' Jury investigation of reported curate in that the state attor- Army Medical Center, said this not have been concensus speak up was Tax Collector eating." Dobbs testified.He .
violations stemming from 1 a stweek's ney's office is not investigating morning: might entirely Shellie McKinney who is run- He suggested also that empty said the airplane seemedto
city election. He has sub- the result or conduct of the re- representative.When unopposed. stomachs don't breed attentive pause for a second then it
continues ning
poenaed voting records from cent city election." "Gen. MacArthur indi- Committee memberLu "We're interested in going audiences.A slipped sharply to the left and
the office of County Registration Duncan emphasized that the to progress satisfactorily Hendry suggested eliminating everywhere the people wantus motion to talk before eatingwas went into a steep 'dive.It .
Mrs. Alma Be- state attorney's office "is not cating a better than average some of the rallies that have withdrawn. '
Supervisor ," McKinney said. ;But we looked like the pilot was
questioning the outcome of the post-operate course. He is alert drawn poor attendance in the .' All indications were that
thea. don't want to talk to just a lot trying desperately to save the
office has no funds to election neither is it challenging and conversing.! past committee head J. H. of oak trees 'and empty'benches. when the committee meets laterto craft when it disappeared from,
anybody," said Duncan. the right of any personto Under questioning, Campbellsaid Ward had a suggestion. ." draw a schedule, of rallies' view behind,the airport hangar;"
pay hold office. Such "Okay, let's let each candi- around the it will
it's obvious we'll need questionsare his language meant the 84- county, Dobbs believes. It was out of'sight
"And *
especially clerical help civil in nature and do not yearold'general of the Army date; tell us the rallies that he" include at least 15 .political. gab- his when it crashed to the
help -
come withn the scope of the duties thinks 'should be eliminated fests,
than the average runway.
in this. of the state of- was doing better he said. The suggestion failedto how -
attorney's J have That's many were requested Dobbs testified for about 90
He estimated that his' office fice." 'of patients'who elicit any replies from the WHERETO by, representatives of minutes yesterday.He .
: kind of '
would probably need to hire at "The sole and only purpose of been .through the.... same candidates who are consciousof various areas in.the county.last was halted when the" ear- I
least three individuals for a pe- this office., he stated "is in experience.The every vote. FIND IT night. Each one said it would ing recessed, to resume at 9:30 .
riod of about two weeks.A subpoenaing the books and rec- new report,followed ear- But Hendry did reply.He .- try to provide the best possible a.m. today.

commission consisting of ords of the supervisor of registration lier word from doctors that suggested that it was the ',; .,Comics .. .. .. .. .. 24 audience "and almost everyone But the pilot was on the stand .
the entire commission I was directed and conducting an over- while the outlook is' still committee's duty as coordinatorof Classified .. .. 25-27 promised "a real good,feed." long enough to insert a piece of
to study the request, but all investigation in an effort to "guarded," MacArthur was the rallies not to schedule ; Entertainment' .. 19 The_ 'feeds" are provided by
Commissioner Jack Durrance determine if the election laws better than we had any right'to them. where attendance is poor.. e.. Obituaries .. .. 25 sponsoring_ :organizations i n (See HEARING on Page. 11) 1
said: "I feel that there is no have been violated by improper hope for." "We should keep in mind that y Opinion Page .. .. 6 each community. t I
question that your request will or illegal registration or otherwise these are very busy people and Sports .. .. .. .. 13-16 Funds collected go to the or I
be honored; we just want to and if so, to attemptto "There is good reason to hope that we shouldn't take ad- Women's .. .. ._" 10 ganizations.See PIANO & STATION, \
I. study the issue and its alternatives fiz the responsibility for such progress will continue favorably vantage of them," Hendry said.
:' violations." ," they had reported earlier. "If some of these small rallies ( RA .LIf.S'on Page 2)) WAGON SOLD I IN. ..

1:1 Race Violence Unchecked in Jacksonville ,Mrs, Robert.SAME Karp AD returned just' : '! .

: a :very short note with he; remittance ..' -
notic It I
ond readS -
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;..'f', '"Sold if" .
JACKSONVILLE (AP- a block from police headquarters. Shortly after midnight police' was palled from her car and ,; once again 'from: ...
) Flames and gunfire crackled in Ten persons in a second reported. 74 cases docketed. kicked by' a' Negro. She was Classified Want Ads f NotesSuccess "
sections of this tense seaport for ArrestsContinue; story'classroom escaped injury. .pages included vandalism, treated at a hospital and re- like these prove is welt that worth-the a 4-Ime ,
the,second night, harshly punctuating Police Sgt. James Miller said ,damage to private property, leased. money od for 3 invested.FOR days I
facial violence which buckshot from a shotgun charge a disorderly conduct possession
has' killed one person and injured Amid Fires, Shooting hit his car as he was driving 4of firearms and fire bombs va-. White persons stayed out of

through a Negro section. He and prowling. Negro areas even during daylight -
a":dozen others. ... ;grancy SALE good practice piano, MI
was not hurt Weapons seized included a hours.; The Jacksonville keyboard, oak use vprtghf. also i
Fires broke out Tuesday nigh! speech that things were under white youths were charged with Motorists reported they ran derringer several pistols and Coach Co. discontinued bus St FR 4567XEconomical FORD Station. wagon. Ph. .

Jn several Negro areas. Shotgun control in Jacksonville. carrying firearms said into a hail of bricks and other rifles and a wide variety of service to Negro sections. I

charges splattered a school Heavily reinforced police details Police Chief H. V.'Branch. .Two missiles at several intersectionsin ;knives.
building and a police car. Rocks rounded up more than 100 Negroes had firebombs be.said.At predominantly Negro areas. The trouble Tuesday started The racial, explosion Monday Sun Want-Ads :

and bottles struck several autos Negroes during':the night; raising "least three,blazes) .were attributed One person was cut by flying after a false bomb threat at a' night resulted in the ,shooting Work hard at such low cost. :1

1 'g'l't least one motorist. ''the total arrests to 'nearly to'firebombs..Fir men glass ,from a shattered 'wind Negro high school. Negroes death of a Negro woman and Place family want-ad on

,jJayor+ =Haydon .Burns, cancel.. 350 since:Monday's outbreak of answered about 50 calls 40 of i shield. overturned and burned a news- the wounding of three other per- the 6 to your 12 day low rate plant'Call !

,Mg a visit to Tampa in his c m'paiin. violence climaxed weeks of an- them false alarms. At least seven persons were ,man's car and beat a magazine sons. Missiles thrown at autos us today .. .' 3728441.
for governor told his tisegregation demonstrations. A shotgun blast shattered two injured during the day and photographer.. injured a fireman, a policeman Proof of Results : '
there in a telephone More than 20 Negroes and two windows of Central Adult School night in various incidents. A white woman reported she and a white motorist oj. 1


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2 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 25, 1964

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I More About Weather .Roundup 1

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Rallies requested last nightare ar ataaa 1
in Newberry under the sponsorship about how the plane's load was
of the Eastern Star in, distributed. Few definite facts .
C D: Mostly cloudy 'p.\.t I'
LaCrosse have turned up. '
by the Home Demonstration through Thursday. Scattered ;

Club, in Micanopy by I showers mainly Thus day. But facts have been broughtout

the Eastern Star; Low tonight 60 to 65. High ; to indicate the plane was I EASTER SHOPPING !

Home.In Orange Demonstration Heights Club by the the Thursday 10 to 20 miles 75. Southerly an hour. winds E F =, over-loaded. I i

Lions Club at Waldo; the Busi- Investigators aren't sure how' :
ness and Professional Women's B: Scatter showers this after- much, however..
noon and tonight becoming more numerous -
Club at Bouleware Springs, The Thursday. Low tonight 60 to ; I
Veterans of M. High Thursday 75. Southerly .. According to a written reportof .
Foreign Wars
WInds .10 to 20 miles an hour. .

ion Gainesville in Hawthorne, the American Leg- Thursday.E F G: Widely Partly I cloudy scattered through- H a ted their as evidence investigation yesterday submit-by :
; :
The Home Demonstration 60s.showers High Thursday Thursday.M Low to 15. tonight Southeast McWhorter, the plane may have :; \-i; USE CENTRAL: !

I Club of Island Grove, in Gaines- an hour.and south wind 10 to 20 miles a--"g'" been 650 pounds have over-weight been or
ville by a Methodist Church alrasr 1 'a it could just 40 ,"', 3
.HI' : Partly cloudy through Thurs pounds over.Testimony. .,- .
group, .in Melrose by a Home day.. Law tonight 40*. High Thursday GAINESVILLE WEATHERMunicipal I '
Demonstration Club, the High 15. Southeast and south winds today indicated : : 1
10 to 20 miles an hour. :
Springs Women's Club; Airport readingsJ that if it was in fact overloaded -
J K: Partly cloudy through Thurs 24 hours to 8 ajn. today would be ,
40 pounds a
t The Alachua Lions Club, the Low tonight around 70. High j.
Negro recreation center and on 1day 20 miles an hour.TEMPERATURES High 74 at 4 p.m., low 60 at realistic amount than the reported ,

I election eve, the 'courthouse ELSEWHERE 7 ajn..Trace of rain. 650. ". ..,..:, ".. : ,. CHARGE
H L Prep. ..;;:Y.- .
square. Jacksonville ........... 74 a The twin-engined Beechcraftthat ,. :
Miami ................. 74 72 ALMANAC --
Other requests may'still be Tampa .................. 71 44 Sunset today *:44pjtu I crashed here was made to
made. Atlanta .....:.......... U 55.o.c. Sunrise tomorrow 6:26 am.. fly at a maximum weight of
New Orleans .......... 77 67 .36 Moon/Is. today 4:34 pjn.March
Boston .... 44 3t Full MoonPROMINENT 27 8,750 pounds, the written reports -
New York :::::::::::::. 52 47 STAR
More About Washington ............ 70 48 Aldebaran, -due west 1:47 p.m. I by investigators say.
Chicago ................ 53 35 .17 VISIBLE PLANETS
Investigation shows that
Kansas ............ JuPiter. sets 7:55 p-m. I
45 27
Denver .City................. if 10 J5.23 Venus,, sets :::: pjn. ;it weighed 9,402 pounds whenit
Beihea Ft. Worth ............. 77 50 Saturn rises : ajn. PAY IN
Los Angeles .......... 54 44 MARINE FORECAST crashed. AND I MAY !
Seam .CEDAR.4.......KEY..:...TIDES 50 39 20 EAST knots GULF through-Southerly Thursday.winds Scattered 15 to That would make it 652
From Thursday-High at 12:21 am. and 1:20 showers Thursday and extreme north pounds overweight.But
Page..1sons p.m. Low at 7:10 am. and WO pjn. tonight.
a document turned up by
to vote in this election. ]1 Five-Day Forecast ,the investigators casts doubt on
would like the general public to the validity of the maximum : .
know that, I welcome this review : 244 STORES WILL
Temperatures will average low 60s extreme south. Colder manufactured weight prescribedby : :
and that'"my staff and 1 1 from three degrees below nor- north Friday. Showers north the Beechcraft Company. .s.- ,
intend to provide our complete and There's a "purported supple- }
mal extreme north to three degrees Florida Thursday Fridayand '
cooperation and assistance during above normal extreme possibly south Florida Sat 'mental type certificate," ac- : ) : ,
th%course of this examina : McWhorter's .
south. Normal maxima high 70s urday. Precipitation averagingnear cording report. -
tion. I would also be pleased to north, near 80 south. Normal an inch north to less than The "purported" certificate ;..1
invite the state attorney to include half states that on Jan. 21 of this
minima 50s'north and central, one inch south portion. t.I
the records of the other year, the plane's maximum allowable .I 1
county precincts in this review, weight was increased to :
in order that the matter might More About t 9,360 pounds. .

be considered in its entirety and That would make the planeat CITY
settled once and for all. crash-time only 42 ,,
"At this, particular point, I Birdst overweight. {'. ,;-," r
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believe it is also .extremely Weight distribution also was :

portant that the.general publicbe questioned. -,- ..
aware of the basic responsl-! [ From Page 1 Investigators said there apparently of the.supervisor'of regis-
bility was no chart on the

tration. Her ONLY duty is to and abatchor, school, or gal be built at the base of 28th plane to.show how to load and
" register persons to vote,.and to balance it Load distribution
dead ends af- properly.
lon whatever Avenue where it
the or measure they
maintain .tho records of us .
accurate and come in) of gambusia min- ter coming off 34th Street. was estimated, they
office in .an .
orderly manner.. She does not nows. The commissioners also un- said.Other weight questions also i1

appoint the poll workers or in Both fowl and fish will animously agreed with commis- attracted attention. 1 ALWAYS WELCOME FULL SERVICE DANK

any way run the election itself. I become a task force of Alachua sioner Jack Durrance that the Ronald L. Lake, South Cen- '

This responsibility rests with County mosquito musketeers. proposed Phillips 66 service sta.. tral Airline's station manager ir'.IJI&ADILiiw .

the governing body of whatever I, Here's how.Encephalitisbearing. tion at Newberry Road near the in Gainesville, was questioned I -i
unit of government is holding
about how he determined the
Interstate 75 junction was a
the election. As an example, in I" mosquitos S
the get their disease not from "hardship case" and waived the weight of passengers boardingthe
\ the recent city election City line's flights out of Gaines-
Commission appointed the pre- biting humans, but from birds.So 25-foot variance requirement of ville. j
the to be the proposed site of the station
cinct workers and the city at- parakeets are plac- He said he estimated every
torney instructed them in the ed in.special "cages." The mosquito -from the county right-of-way passenger weight at 160 .ri N .
manner in which the electionwas said Johnson, will fly pounds.It .

to be held. The supervisor'soffice into the "cage" to get at the rim.The right-of-way extends far apparently was company
did not participate in the bird, and will then be trapped. ( .
policy. _
of beyond the present road, be- .. .
1 1
conduct handling
actual or
And the minnows? Gambusia But the policy of listing ev- 1 -
cause of future plans for widen- GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
in except
this election any way,
minnows are a special breed eryone as weighing 160 poundshas .,.
where a'person wished to vote ing the road. But if the station : ,
which live near the surface of been changed, witness said. -
I by absentee ballot. warm water streams and eat were placed still 25-feet further -An accurate estimate of eac.1passenger's 1116 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. :: i
"When I first ran for the officeof back, the commission felt .
mosquito larvae. will be weight now is .
supervisor of registration, I they wuld be too far from
pledged to the people that I fresh placed, selectively in county theJhighway and would operateat sought.Other deficiencies also were I Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorpciauonIT'S "
water Their
would institute possibleand areas. assignment -
every a distinct hardship. brought out.
practical means to increase : mosquito extermination. -i

voter registration and participation Commissioner Sidney Martin

i in this county. I feel thatI It; was strictly back to nature -told the group that a "dream_ DIAMOND SAVINGS TIME AT. DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF S
have fulfilled this pledge and for the commissioners'yes that is five or six years old"is :. .. Gq
1 I take pride in' the improved terday, as they also' heard :a now being realized, as a can- QUALl2"1' JEWELERS 4 .
techniques and .procedures that special "call of the wild"< al linking Melrose and Waldois +.R y-::.
have been .established in the being dredged and reopened. I ;
wild .
hogs, to be exact. .
The canal will x' 4. o.MtSr cxivTa: ao 4 ,
connect Lake d
office. I feel assured that this 0 ,
examination will reveal that all Lawrence Zetrouer, a post office Santa Fe with Lake Alto, and : ;4.ix' 'h.ft b.. .rit. !t-<. tE' { v :\ f :..t.iY'4 .1

pertinent laws have been fully employe, appeared before will open up thousands of additional 7k )i 4ttixlt.r: .: ._>-. { ;;rb: <' ,, \ t, T' -.
.. the commission and urged themto of recreational ; '* '' ; ) t: ,'''' '
complied with. acres area { .. '

More About "wild do hog something situation."about the The,Martin commission said. also approved Ii I''I'"I'\JY': J 'i': .J.. IJ :S' K"rE"/ i ;

"Hunters under
the game Dock: Tison's request for .,. ,, ........ .., ,... 'J .o1 :.. l' .
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JuvenileFrom laws which permit them to the variance requirement to be ;."'''.{''..' '<,>.,,,,.%,"'::.x:,'j'' '..".t ;'' ii't.: < i ..'., '.'.:: "'':'i""'->h":'> <>. :; .t'<...""' ,<,.i.t""*' '>>'*'1 ; ""h t"" o/ 0 .
hunt wild hogs are killing off waived for construction ><>, ; .... .-'$-'."' ''*'" -}.d.l1l':-I''B'U'it' ,; .0'y' <':OI'I'MON'O""RIHG OR BRIDAL "SET _

our deer," 'Zetrouer charged.He he plans on an old county road : :: .a'A K .a9rdG"i j','..
He commended county Page officials 1 "do asked everything the commissionersdo possible" to near way 26 state at Orange road 301 Heights.and high.. ti!); ,' 'ds<:.p'f,:}c,:TaC.a!PRICED t AT a S100)}e OR+.MORE'!:: : AND%:GET. .YOUR< ,;.,CHOICEmmmimMMM a,

for their interest in juvenile have the hunting season on Martin's motion to deny a '. ..i s t *1 .j1 $ BEAM mm.PERCOLATOR; ,-. I* 1Jt c

problems. wild hogs closed. request to construct a filling -!. t lJ.k tt: .. ,.. .
Among those attending the "The deer season has been station on US 441, one quarter I. .fo! .I A2"4..j::..:..:':.$..:""\/J' .'}' .........\,. W' ifr1r ,rK' <, .':J ,,.% x *' *1 'J'"V\fri;: fl:!'" ''' .

speech at the Primrose Inn closed," he said, "but they're mile northwest of the General '..

were members of the Board of killing our deer anyway. .un- Electric plant was passed unan-
County Commissioners. 11311:5* disguise of hog hunt- imously.He 1I

"I can never recall attendinga ing." urged that "the status I iI aII

meeting like this ,where the This killing was a shame, Ze- quo be maintained" until com- ,

county commission was" repre- trouer pointed out,.because "a plete zoning plans, are drawn __
sented 100 per'cent, Judge
Hall said. deer there Is is."the best pea picker up.Commissioner Claude Brandon

Addressing the commissioners announced that he had secure
directly, he said he felt the A committee will look Into the ed a right-of-way deed from

commission should give some alternatives.In L. W. Traxler for property] I I ,
thought to establishing joint facilities other business before the from the Santa Fe school roadto l

here. with neighboring commission the body approved the Spring Hill Cemeteryand

counties. ; ._unanimously cul-de-sac to Church.FIRST .
"Alachua is a great and '0t n
wealthy county compared 'to
surrounding counties," Hall b as
said. "You can afford the best

that all your neighbors can't." PRESBYTERIANCHURCH ACCOUNTPAYWEEKLY-
He termed the need for juvenile -

d e t e ntion facilities a -; ,
community problem requiring a MONTHLY
coordinated effort by interested Comer S.W. 2nd Are.and 3rd Street
groups. wi :

Replying,to Hall's talk, Coun- "HIS LAST WEEK"; ;
ty Commissioner Jack Durrancesaid Y=
the county board has been r_ _

concerned: over the need for ju- Wednesday'- Preparatory Services. 7:30 P.M.: .
venile facilities for some time. ,. ""* .. .. 7'f;. : ,
"We realize that the shelter ..I.* lena. Chapel ;.\ '--l /
home care 'program ,is no longer V. _
the answer Durrance said. i : k-1 i _

"This is a patchwork solution Thursday. 8.. P.M. The Lord's Supper .(Communion: .
when a county is the size of i Service) red, ti.s r',
Durrance said a plan to use Passion Music by the Full Choir Tk '

space for at juvenile Aachua,detention General facil-Hospital Public Reception of MembersIf _j. cLn1.1 --- FRY PAil] .:

ities is currently being studied. you do not have a church home in Gainesville _

He also noted being that made arrangementsare to establish you are welcome to this service. ,, 1 I STEAM & DRY IRON]] '

a p s y c hiatric service -' If .. : _' \ /

through the University of Flori- Easter Two Identical Morning Services
Sunday GAlNESWLLE Shopping Center .
da Medical Center for juvenile '

counseling. 8:30 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. I l
Hall also emphasized the importance 1222 NORTH MAIN STREET ;;
of an after care pro Evening Service 7:30 PM. OPEN 9-9 MON. THRU SAT. I I I IY f

gram for juveniles, 'especially A welcome is extended to all people.. I I EXPERT Phone WATCH FR 6-8446 REPAIRING ;t

those who schools.return from the stateindustrial

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2520 N.E. 18th Terrace
Ph. FR 6-8282 625 N.W. 8th Ave.

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Now On At One of the two officers in the Russ Metal firm, Mr. Leroy St.. Onge is shown $ and SERVICE 372-5372

LORD BRYON'S above preparing a blueprint for a commercial installation. < a Z L/ CONTRACTING. REPAIR WORK

1223 W. University Expanding. the firm payed an excess of .RYALS
Vi Block Off The Campus $60,000 into the Gainesville PLUMBING JNC.

community.There 722 MAIN STREET
Just 4% years after its be-

WESPECIALIZE ginning Russ's Sheet Metal Inc. are two main officers, FREE CUSTOMER PARKING

In Building is planning it's third expan- Leroy St. Onge and ConnieW.

Materials Tucker, one bookkeeper, one tea..
sion. service manager and ten metal LfITh] y R. ,,'fi'vea
Lumber- Hardware "0 rig in ally the firm was workers. Four of the firms employees
housed the bus station "
Plywood near were the original em-
Interior tnJ Interior said Connie W. Tkckec of
one Ptoytts't\\t't\. flit Siam ';)t.1, m.
%to Crass loo) I SINCE 1900
8 the firms two officers, "but, fj
HORNELumber in June of 1961 we built our I Leroy St. Onge and ConnieW.
present building." I Tucker both went to the AV.CN.iJf;
Co. Milwaukee School of Engineer. Mr. Connie W. Tucker, the other officer in the firm, is shown above with .

Now the .firm plans to .in- ing. St. Onge then had 14 years Clifford A. Hall, bookkeeper of Russ Metal. PHONC
2303 Ph. N.W.FR 6-4568 6th St. /t crease its space at its presentsite experience working in a com.

2520 N.E. 18th Terrace. A pany whose products he now
McCALLUM foundation has been laid for in- sells. Tucker had eight years

creased warehouse and metal experience in the engineeringfield. 40 Years Of
behind the build
shop space .
504 N.W.: 8th Arc. ing. Tucker believes it will be' LeadershipPyroFax

Locker finished within the year. All. of the 10 metal workersand
air unit installers have
Rentals "fGI'I ,According to Tucker the firm had, metal and special training .. "Quality Controlled" .
was established in Gaines- sponsored by Russ's Sheet.Metal i GAS SERVICE

Beef ForFreezers ville because, "We j just liked Inc. 6kyz\ ', 04 5x ..rYv33aMy6X" aE.)y'y A Y.a :.tl yQ. A J t t 4 CleanFast

the town so much we decidedto a b'a;;..gaft:. $ "; +',',... y, .T ., ,
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3725351BEEF PATTIE SPECIALIST "our name is Russ's Sheet manager, Ray New- y y. ,: yiw.ti ?!i'Q wJt ? _. fVROFAX GAB CORF"

Metal Inc., we actually specialize man maintains a 24 hour, 7 802 W. Univ. Ave.
in central air conditioning days a week service depart-

SURPLUS STOCK I and heating." ment. Four men in the firm tif'ua
work with him in servicingand 3 4 nosS ss 3xtt
SALE The metal works mainly con S. :.' -' For Your Complete
maintaining the air units.
NOW GOING ON sists in making the duct sys- Insurance

I 35% OFF tems for.the. centralized air "But," stressed Tucker, "our '' ".--" ..'# 'Needs

On All Albums $3.95 systems. servicing is not necessarily just s tlf' 'f.J

.. at "But," he added "we also repairing, mainly its quoting, Call
installing and checking. "p." .;;r ..... -'. ',',,' Howard Adams"Bill"
TOP TUNES make gutter and sheet metal : : : ..

I products of all types." The s e r v i ce department ., .

Record ShopI which services all air units #pT -r t'B . Campbell,
maintains vehicles for in- :.: -
1 Next To The seven i ADAM'S INSURANCE
._ Canton Restaurant stallation and service work.? it AGENCY
811 W. University Ave. >> 234 S.W. 4th Ave.
Ph. 372-2728 No Job Too The Delta Phi Epsilon soror- ) Ph. FR'6-8236 I
ity house was recently installed v 'a M "X Ywt

with central heat and air- *N't A 1"t F6 H s"
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QUALITY Large or conditioning by the firm. Park y uil.r Y'aR 44z.' : ;

SERVICE View Baptist Church also has

Since 1937 Small an air unit by Russ Sheet Met- 'It:

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And OperatedFast. The firm handles industrial, The firm sells products made k [ l"JI J fltf
.- Low-Cost Radio Dispatch commercial and residential air by General Electric and Amer- KNITTING and
50 Miles and heating contracts.A ican Furnace
Delivery Within 14 last Company among Located in the heart of the industrial center in the Northeastern section Gainesville'you will find the i NEED'LEW.ORKSUPPLIES.
THE BEST COSTS LESS man operation others.
.. year busy office and shop of the Russ metal firm. Their address is 2520 N.E. 18th Terrace.For .

376-5393 625 W. University Arc.
Ph. FR 6.6161
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NATIONALLY Harold Hawley is shown above carrying a piece. of ducting from the large One of the busiest spots in Gainesville is the shop of Russ's Sheet Metal Co.
stock that Russ Sheet Metal carries on hand at afl times. where custom fabrication is an everyday occurance.. 376-7081
IIS.wm:UNIVERSITY' Phone 372-3501 or
1010 S. Main Street

Equipment"WE Elegant OrleansInternational :
lEjoiao: .353,'OrganPJM30CO.- VITAL TO l YOU I 376-1217 FOR l ,
-:1)taiCr FAST FREE DELIVERYBILL Deep Silver 376-8215
::::.. Let Our et" MILK SHAKES. '
>< Skill Protect your Fit 6-5997 PARTY ,SET FOR A PEPPERREPRESENTATIVE I
3A1ILi'S: eye'eight for a lifetime of use CHESNUT BEAUTICIAN FRENCH FRIES I I
O. B. OGLETREE JR. Rea. $8.50 .- TO HELP YOU.
& Up "-CentralHair ( I
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,...w-u..enity e- ..: OPTICIANS ? Ig I BEAUTY SHOPS TURNER'S 218 S.E. First St. Northcentral Leading Printer Florida I I
.PJasj. .-- .22 W. University Are 3729 W. University Area 105 N.W., 13th St. FR 6-4105 1024 S. Main Street

Meaty of fLU u.un--Parkin.. I f :Phone FR 6-3516 1829 HAWTHORNE ROAD .1 311 N.W. 13th St. FR 2-8861 CLOSED MONDAYS 720 NW.3N St. Gainesville. Floriq. 4.

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ter, said the church needs to re- =VtA.w 111p I -.
evaluate itself in the light of
world change, in a speech be- I 1 f ,
fore the Kiwanis Club yester-

day.He II t .s I ..
said today we live In a
world where emphasis is on I
mass numbers rather than the
individual,where facts and data .
are stressed raSSsSn, the OOD aE5 -w r"
meaning behind them, and .:: r :' '84 4 I
where people don't have timeto
stop and ask themselves QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .,, ? %
what's this all about. PRICES GOOD THRU
"The church is having a real MARCH 28TH : .:::
wINN DIII tTORINC. ; '::2 F2
problem taking 'care of these COPYRIGHT IM4 ( '
mass numbers," Dr. Banks
stated. "We are losing the way RG. 39< FRIED FISH
religion used to enter our lives;
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of a rear view mirror reflecting "A" QUICK FROZN TURKEYDrumSTICKS ;
the past rather than the futureof
religion."- LB. 331
He said religion has taken a HEADQUARTERS
different part in our lives where 100 EXTRA STAMPS PLUMROSE D. STYLE
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: we turn to God principally when Bacon 3 CAN 2 z .
we are sick or in distress. At CANDIES .
other times, we are too busy in REG. 49< FISH FILETGrouper ____________________ i
life to take time to feel God's I .
presence. A minister today is LB 39l Brach'sREG.

often attorney looked for God.upon as defense 45*: SUNYLAND FRESH PORK Small Gov't Insp. with choice Center Slices Included

The Health Center chaplain Sausage. 39l Mellow Creme Pets '-oL29
explained that Easter, too, has Smoked HAMS
changed character. Because our 50 EXTRA STAMPS. CHOPPED SHAPED, CUBEDSteaks Jelly Bird Eggs 16-oL 29/
nation has more than one power- Lb,
ful religion, it is now inappropriate 3 Bo x TIn Fiesta Easter Eggs 8 Yi-o%. 391

national to holiday proclaim as Easter.it' was as in a : Butt Half i SHANK HALF Med. Panned Eggs 20-0.491

the olden days. Returnable Bottles-12-or.Busch Bavarian :
"We have watered down Easter !>. ern. ct 6peer 89c : p M e d. Panned Eggs 10Y2-0L 29/ "
to try and make it have plus deposit LB. 45 I. : LB.
meaning for all the religions. ," SAVE 10*: THRIFTY MAID 1 Chick & Rabbits 90. 29/
Banks stated. .
He said Easter to him sign! 20-0z.19 .. ..
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fies there .is hope for our ..w --p-""_ '-" "_'' .- --_.> .
troubled times and that the pre- SAVE 16* DEEP SOUTH PEANUT
sence of God is everywhere for 24-oz. I 1, aJAR R
those who take time to seek Him Butter 49c ,- -
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out."Religion, if it is. really. a SAVE.16': EACH KLEENEX "* k 1 ,'.X a Fx3..a FROZEN FOOD.

religion at all, is not a dull Tissue 3coum49,: -
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thing, but a high fever.
Circle K, the college branchof SAVE 4* EA. DIXIE DARLING CAKE y
Kiwanis, had two representatives 41. I 4- + ''. ... ro ALL FLAVORS MORTONCream ,
yesterday, Dan Deakin, Family
and Mike ., PiesLIBBY'S 3-9
lieutenant governor' SAVE 6*: DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN s ft Size F
Weussler. Death told about the .
first place honors Circle K received Rice 3 PKG.lB. 39x.5i 1 FRESH FROZEN FLORIDA'ORANGE
for service and member- STANDARD ; LAND 0' SUNSHINE .
ship attendance. The club also Juice .4 eo- 99x
received honorable mention for j TOMATOES i PURE BUTTER >
club and cumulative
service. Top VaheStaipsWITH 1 ., '

Rotarians Orange DelightGOOD LB. 39 ji BREADDough' .
Hear Facts
61 AT ANY WINNDFXIEHExtriToyVitaeStMps 3 "-59/

On Tax 'Cut Limit 3 with $5. order or more 1, Limit one with $5. order or more

Facts and figures concerning"the 1 ; i _-_ = _::;::" :.' _:;::v .:.:'.. ',,. : .,: ..-, :-:' -.:, ,: : ""v. ". .. .if",: _ 'y_ _' ''.'_' _, .._. _ _
largest tax cut in our na
tion's history" were presentedby WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF j :: .
John Donaldson of the Inter- Two pu,. FKOUN PILLSBURY SAVE 300 CABOT BRIQUETTES

nal ians Revenue at their Service weekly to, meeting Rotar- Chicken' Slicks L LSAVE FRESH I

yesterday. AT GOOD-ANY THRU WINN-DIXIE MARCH XBTH Charcoal 120lB. 79 .
Donaldson pointed ou the ad- 62 ,'
vantages of the new law and
ways the new law differs from 100 DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
the old one.
He said the bill reduces the ,
ability of private individuals to 50 Extra Top rave Star 39 n. -y u' .
make unlimited donations to WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHA OFTwo
charity.He Puss. FRouN TASTE 0'SEA a :f
pointed out the change in Fish Slicks SAVE 100 KRAFTMayonnaise Q .
travel expenses, saying under GOOD TNRU MARCN 29T1AT _
the new law the.cost otbusiness ANY WINN-DIXIE
travel will be fully deductible.The 63 QT. 49,
change in rate structureIs :

the one 40 of structural the most changes significant in the of SAVE 50 THRIFTY MAID 3sv ALASKA OR LARGE Pol I e B E A N S

new law, he said. 50 Extra Top Value I Stamps
"Because it is a new law, we 303
are not in a position to answer PK.. or FOUR JESSE JEWEL Cans t.
questions about it," Donaldsonsaid
Chicken or Turkey Pies
"but the President described -
strengthen economy
bring First a better BaptistTo life." !M2 Twin RoHs 6-CT. PKG. 1O5,. 1

'Recreate'Last 51 Extra Tap Maple star SAVE 100 KLEENEX JUMBO 2-PLY ASST'D COLORS 5-Lb.
SupperThe .
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First Baptist Church GOOD THRU MARCH XSTH '_._ _,, ', __:io:. : _'-" : __ '= .'_.-.-.- _. ..". '
Thursday night at 7:30 will observe -
the Lord's Supper using
the form which Christ used on 1 1 1 1
the night before his crucifixion.Dr. .
Fred T. Laughon, pastor,
will preside at a large table at 1 1
where 11 of the deacons will be HExtri Top Value Stiips 1 -
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turn will serve the congregation AT ANY WINN-DIXIE MIL ;
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Published Gainesville evenings Sun except 51 Extra. TM Vakt Stop 1 t 1 EVAP. MILK 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 COFFEE 1 1 1 COFFEE

Saturday and Sunday mom- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFONK i i Giant Box s: Save 24 1-Lb. Can 1 Save 20 1-Lb. Can
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*w** (atnrzn1Ik iun THESOUTH OF Africa's Cruel Heritage' "

3 Hem lark JEbart ignored the commonsense dutyof its freedom, most of 4his con- in South Africa't or the U.S.

JOHX L lUaJU50. Preslie t ..ea By C. L. SULZBERGER giving the Africans minimal tinent m u s t be"goverened south if they themselves' pply
---i<< Publisher FAT COWLES. Tie Prtil- NAIROBI, Kenya Africa's 'intellectual and economic strong, centralized administration. in reverse. .
..... drat ED JOHNSON. Ties PreiUemln problem is skin-deep and not opportunities to integrate This is virtually another BUT THEY also admit they
:. Florida's Beautiful Zseeatt.e E41UH W. G.wi*(BID*" just in the sense of pigmen- them into the habits of equal- way of saying that, if they can are a h e a d of the masses on
... r EBCX80UE.THUlB Director Ties BO. TAmiAGtlOXZ. By RALPH McGILL tation. The world is acutely ity. Now Africa and may- be found, benevolent despotsare this and that the masses must
.;; 'University City TU TnMtm M4 Creels PmBtocr Pris Maoist PvklUkcr familiar with the legacy of be the world must pay for the answer. be controlled while they are
; Of au AtlMU. .Ga.) C.utitmU. Such i i educated. For such
4 rte ''arise. race prejudice left by colon- this. o p n on doesn't favor purposes a
ialism and its counterpart, de the kind of pompous and in- kind of political heroworshipis
1. THE SUN'S POLICY The'Kennedy colonization. Several African FORTUNATELY there is in tolerant dictatorship exemplified useful. And they" think a

1. Report the news fully and 1 Impartially In the news columns. governments are'now making almost each new African statea by Nkrumah in Ghana. strong leader can best be
-* 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials sincere efforts to prove they handful of educated, farsighted But it does favor, where possible backed up by a kind of-voluntary
3 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. can be fairer to the white man and frequently tolerant giving critical power to one party system. Ken-
who have inher- national heroes like Kenya's ya's Tom Mboya, minister of
All 372-8441 than he was to them by creat- politicans
= The Sun's telephones: Departments- of nation build- Jomo and and J. S. Gichuru
ing the rudiments of multi- ited the task Menyatta supporting justice, ,
'a: Want Ads-376-4672 MagicNothing racial society. ing. But this layer is only skin- them with one party par- minister of finance, endorsesthe
-<< The trouble is that so far deep. If that thin skin cannot liamentary role rather than above formula on groundsthat
-- these are for the most part contain the disorder bubbling the give and take of Western "a breathing space is
Timid Action flowers in the rudiments. They are not rudi- beneath, chaos must breakout democracy. Brand new na- necessary."
= Southern Court's spring of an election year ments in the sense of multi- tions built on poverty and illi- The difficulty remains that
I as does the euphoria of specu- racialism but in the sense of Many thoughtful Africansand teracy cannot afford the luxury for some years to come strong
12 A three-judge federal court at eracy for the purpose of voting,in lation. Presently, the most society itself. The colonial European.observers are of ill-informed; delaying central administration will re-
It Jackson Hiss. has upheld sections federal elections. profilic flowering in the political powers, combining neglect convinced that, at the very debate when urgent problems ly not only on the wisdom
r garden of guesses is with deliberate policy, had least for the first generation of demand urgent solutions. but the durability of the man
::2 of the Mississippi constitution and that of the U.S. Attorney Gen- about whom.it is formed. The
The bill also requires uniform
."- implementing laws that require ap- eral, Robert F. Kennedy. For THE DANGER in this for- recent spasm of anxiety concerning
= plication of other standards for some time polls and local BELOW OLYMPUS Interlandi mula is that, even when it the aged Kenjatta
-voters. to be able to read and write voters. Equal application of all laws professionals have been say- By works, stability depends whol- merely stressed the point.

rand interpret the state constitution. has been taken for granted since ing that Mr. Kennedy is very I 1 ly upon the health of the hero- There are few African heroes
the adoption of the Fourteenth popular as a potential vice I- WELCOME ruler. The lesson was driven both prominent and un-
presidential nominee in the EASTEfcwraCST9KXTS 4 4I home last week when Ken- tarnished. Tanganyika's N>'er-
The federal Justice Department Amendment. The catch is to en-
cities and suburbs of the jatta was rumored to be ill. ere suffered loss of prestige by
-had challenged these provisions in force it. That is what the Justice. more populous East and Immediately everyone began weak behavior during his ar

=the hope of winning: a break-through Department is trying to,do in county West, but less approved in t a Iking about disaster should my's recent mutiny.' And also,
=in its agonizingly slow campaign toW after county where Negro-but not the South and in farm areas. the old man die. There are no there are few ,second level

enforce the right to vote. The department -. white-applicants for voter registration THESE SAME polls have habits of succession in states ministers of the Mboya or
to toddle.: Gichuru caliber, who realisti-
placed Ambassador Stevenson just learning
= has had to proceed against in- are made to'lnterpret complex
in second place and in Many African governmentsare cally face this evolving conti--
dividual registrars, jto county after constitutional .questions.The the same situationpopularin founded upon cabinet coalitions nent's problems,; study economic
county throughout the 'South. With the cities and'suburbs, but that stem from tri- reform and political
=only 20 attorneys in the civil rights federal courts,have been criticized less so in rural communities. ;:; bal support for respective min method.
=division, the job has proceeded atsnail's for acting too deliberately and (Senator Humphrey is a close ii "'i. isters. If the ministers start RET, WHILE they eye the
sound quarrelling for a ndancy future in terms of ,
carefully civil rights matters. third and in a straget- s c e years
= pace. on ic position.) their political argument risks they cannot be sure what tomorrow
f* -\ The special panel in Mississippi is The Kennedy-Stevenson sit- reflection in violence between itself may bring.
E The special district court panel open to this ,criticism, for :it took uation offers a lesson in prac- : their tribes. The idea of nationhood Africa's cruel heritage of
=could refer to the highest precedent pains not to go beyond the narrowest tical politics. ,Democratic ( ) is embryonic; the skin -cons ciousness is a

=for its decision. In 1915 the; U., S.. possible interpretation. It did say Party leadership in the large JUNIO \ r sIXTEp idea of tribalism dates from heavy load added to Africa's

=Supreme Court said ',that "no' time)I the Mississippi: voter requirements urban areas prefer Mr. /' primeval time. destitution and backwardness.But .
Some African leaders the most immediate problem
Kennedy for a very pragmatic 1cOLLEGE 'S are
=need be spent on ,the"validity "of::the- maybe subject to faulty administration reason. He has the name genuinely, almost poetically, is the skin deep layer
Illiteracy: test, considered alone; :sinceZ3ts >bu't it: said...they are .constitutional magic to get out' the voters. resolved to give the world a of administrative talent. If
) establishment was b"ut the exercise on their face, and "the least .His presence on the ticket lesson in multi racial toler this is not given opportunityto

= by the state of a lawful,power this court can do is avoid a doubtful would inspire workers all the .ance. They point out they thicken, Lord knows what
.- 'down to the lowest pre- II based their independence fighton may happen. It will take time
Bested in 'it/ *-** ? '-';*" :. =. -- .constitutional construction."" way
cinct level. He' would appealto "I 1 guess the/ve got to hove some way of telling ending discrimination; that and patience to shape the African
the intellectuals, as the each other apart!" they cannot denounce racism dream if time exists.
E The U. S. Constitution does give An.appeals court; may take a bolder polls show, and also to all minority -

the states the right to set voter requirements approach, and hold that the patternof groups.

for federal elections, but unequal administration of these THE KENNEDY name is AFTER UNCERTAINTY. THE WEARING-AWAY

=it also adds that "the Congress mayZiat laws has been so :flagrant and wide- magic. In addition, there is
tremendous feeling of
any time by law make or alter spread as to invalidate them. If not, a

=such regulations ,except as to the the voter-registration drive will haveto the grief assassination in the land of because John F.of The Middle Course in Viet NamBy

=places of choosing senators." The plod along with the painful old Kennedy. There is a wish -

'civil rights bill now ,before the Sen- county-by-county, case-by-case approach on the part of many thous-

r ate does alter some of these regulations to, pro unfair. applicationof ands do something of personssomehowto for the Ken- RICHARD WILSON attitude best illustrated by condition in the world, thereis are attracted to De Gaulle'svictoryles's

--. by providing that a sixth-. laws that are fair enough on their nedys and to show their loy- Chief, Cowles Washington General DcGaulle's proposals disagreement on our re- ideas.
:/.grade education is evidence of lit face. alty and alleviate some of Bureau for neutralization. sponse to it. One responseis The present effort in Viet
.. the sorrow by supporting and WASHINGTON After a MORE" ELABORATELY, to enter into an increasing Nam, therefore, is a fresh
.;' number of accommodationswith based' the convictionthat
, urging the candidacy of Robert period of uncertainty, the 'these views are rationalized start on
. -. the Communists, which Genera Khanh is the
I ,F. Kennedy.On Johnson policy on Viet Nam in the following way: The
Voicfe of St. Patrick's day,. the now appears to have settled post-war period is at an end. some other call response appeasement is to try An-to will best be hope.modified The guerilla to hold war and
the in South
traditional mold
parade into the long range
People Boston saw Senator Ted Ken which seems unavoidable un- The world is not so sharply hold the West together in a develop those areas clearedof
polarized around the main an- tight and menacing alli- Communists. Khanh him-
nedy march the full distancein der the circumstances.
tagonists, Russia and the ance while the Communist self ,is counted.on to be a peo
the midst of a snow storm.
Nothing drastic or dramatic U.S. There are now an in- world disintegrates and to pIe's leader in contrast to
On The Sun's He easily the m 0 s tpopular
.. = >Opinion Page=.=== was figure in the long is to be done. The amountof creasing number of centers of strike for a victory which will Diem ,who was remote from
new economic and military political authority ("polycentrism" hasten the disintegration.Thus the But there
people. are no
Opinions and comments of Sun r .Jm on wtkomt In the Voc! of the ...,!It column. Utter cession. All along the way aid is relatively small,
must b. signed and bear the writer's .ddr.... Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot the young and the old cheer- ) in both the Eastern if we were to follow blockades, bombing attacksof
exceed 500 wards and must be written an only I ana side of the ,.,er. Poetry cannot ba used. The ed him. Some ran out to probably below the $50 mil and Western worlds. Francein Senator Goldwater, we would supply lines or invasion of
*Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten H, without changing.the writer's mooning or.Intent. Others"call lion level Our aims in South the West and China in the strike in Viet Nam. If we northern 'territory 'under con-
.. shake his hand. -
.i ___ ... .. ed out, "God bless you, Ted- east Asia would be realizable East are examples in generaL were to follow General De sideration., Sufh acts cannotbe
: Editorial 6 'and 10)) to an amazing 225 .Atlanta's backward march dy." Children shrilled their in five or ten year per- The fragmentation of the Gaulle we would agree to considered actively until
(in precincts 13 and 28))." has r e c e i ved editorial com- iods, following the British whole Communist world is ex- neutralization.BUT Khanh has more firmly established -
::: Backwacd.Step.' The "asn sjfi" increase of ment from the Sun. Now delightThe magic of the Kennedy pattern in' Burma. tensive. If this trend can be PRESIDENT John- bases and is in a position
.. voters in precincts 13 and 28, Gainesville has moved back- ... name is strong political med- But the decisions are nevertheless encouraged the final confron- son will not do either, and to survive a counterblowif '
-t EDITOR, Sun: When I op; and in some.ojther.precincts in. ward undo,a clubbing from icine and none know this bet- very important be- tation between the East and this is probably the hardest indeed, such measuresare
ened the Sunday edilionlof the": the city, is a result of Ne- the same editorial page. ter than the professionals cause they illustrate that West can be avoided. Diver- but the wisest course. Pres- every actively considered
:Sun and read the editorial. I groes exercising their rights' "Whether Gainesville goes into who have not merely. a pres- President Johnson will not sity in the world is the safest ident Johnson is neither outside the planning agen-
.had the momentary sensation as citizens to register and vote. 1a full backward march or ident and vice president to be pulled to either extreme. source. We cannot expect to complaisant nor hot head- cies.
jof being back in MississIppi 1C: anyone: from precincts 6 =*:picks! itself up and continues elect, but also mayors, gov- One extreme is the application be the ruling force in every ed about Viet Nam. But he Viet Nam is not the only
-with the editorial'page of.theJackson and 10, voted, that would indeed forward to a time when all ernors, aldermen judges of superior force for a changing area of the world. does want victory, whereas area where the Johnson pol-
Clarion Ledger be- be a matter for investigation citizens can participate in and legislators. The profes- quick decision. The other is While there may be agree- some wise and brilliant men, icy falls between the two ex
-fore me. The Sun's editorial r precincts: 6 and.10.are. in their government and the sionals know, too that this the adoption of a complaisant ment that this is the true such as Mr. Walter Lippman, tremes. The President will
:Is of the type that ppears in"Mississippi outside of 4he city limits of affairs of their community, magic in the big vote cen- not negotiate in Panama on
papers and.utpub-: GaineSiIIe'nd had absoluteJy"nothing without fear of reprisal de- ters would more than offset the basis of any prior commit-
Ijications of H.' L. Hunt, the to do with the city pends to a great extent upon any party bolts that might THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT ments, but also he will not
John Birch Society and the election, or with the registration what the Sun does now. Is the occur in the South and farm bulldoze the Panama government -
-White Citizen's Council. I had drive conducted in Gain- Sun supporting democracy or communities. in its pre-election ex-
mot: expected to" read.its like esville. bigorty, hatred and prejudice? INDEED, THE professionals Limits on Private Clubs? tremities.
-ta the Sun. PAUL G. HAHNOverestimated
Some of the statements in believe that some of the President Johnson has stat-
--, There are several inaccur3tcies the editorial give support to dislike for the attorney gen- ed it this way: ". ..Realizingnot
and distortions in the ed- those who try to place many eral already has faded. This By DAVID LAWRENCE entitled to the fun and equal selling food for consumptionon many people want more
itorial, which demonstrate that cf.:our citizens in"a second likely is true. The office has WASHINGTON The private enjoyment of the goods, serv- the premises." war, and none of them real
:Hhe Sun acted more on rumor class category -By. the rules ProgressivenessEDITOR never had a more dedicated club in America is ices, facilities, privileges, ad- Many private clubs operate ly want more appeasement,
Shan on fact, but the'statement and ideas of our democratic harder working incum- headed for legal trouble v a n t a ges and accommodations eating pIa c e s for membersand you have to find a course
-4hat most concerns me is the society no one is,a "marginal'' Sun: Bloc, Bloc, bent, nor one more com- maybe lots of it. The "civil of any place of public guests and provide rooms that you can chart that will
Reference t o registration citizen or a "marginal voter." Who's got the Bloc? I nominate mitted to integrity and the rights" bill a Ire a dy passedby accommodation, as defined in for "lodging," as well as such preserve your dignity and
-drives that would "cram the Regardless of. race, creed, for Most Astonishing law. He is a. moral,. almost the House and awaiting action this section, without discrimi- other facilities as barbershops self-respect and still bring
=registration books_ with a wealth, knowledge or politi- Statement of the Year, Dr. puritanical man. He is a in the Senate stipulatesthat nation or segregation on the recreational rooms, massa g e about the action that is nec-
-disinterested marginal vote cal persuasion all adult U. S. Andrews' comment that we wonderful father, and- hus- in certain respects pri- ground of race, color, religion, parlors, and even swimming essary."
susceptible to the merest whis- citizens whose rights have not should consider "electing the band. Not all, but a large vate clubs will no longer be or national origin. pools. In the larger citites, SO IT SHOULD be evident ,
IJter of suggestion." been.suspended by convictionfor city tommissloners at large measure of his unpopularity private ,under the proposedlaw. And listed as places of pub- some clubs are, for all prac- that Mr. Johnson does not '
-Whatever the intention of criminal offsense have a instead of by single seats. stemmed from his supportof lic accomodation under subsection tical purposes just like ho want the diversity and pluralism !'I
:the statement, the Sun has at- right to register or not register Richardson and I pulled in civil rights and from the Not all private clubs will be B are "(1)) Any inn, tels. These are usually organized of the world to get so
mocked the recent registrationof as they choose. Regardlessof more votes than the organized need to use U. S. marshalsto affected but primarily tho s e hotel, m o tel, or other estab- by alumni of various colleges far out of hand that we can-
several hundred Negro citilens race, creed, wealth, know- bloc opposing us." protect and uphold the in- which provide lodging as well lishment located within a and universities and are not "bring about the action
: in a drive conducted at ledge, or political persuasionany I'm a blockhead who under- tegrity of the courts,.This is as restaurant service or swimming building which contains not owned by their members. that is necessary." I I.
-announced meeting places in registered citizen has a estimated the power of mon- some of the background.But pools or use of the golf more than five rooms for rent What is meant moreover, He has no doubt he says, t.
school: and churches. No oth- right to vote or not vote as he ey and overestimated the progressiveness as for what Robe K. courses to guests of membersor or hire and which is actually by the words "bona fide pri- that "for centuries to come
::rr interpretation can be made chooses. One man-one vote is of Gainesville. Kennedy will do, or may do, which allow patrons of a occipied by the proprietorof vate club," or the words "other that we will be a leading 1
-when the editorial continues: the way of our society, however Blockheads 'or not,-let's ,all none may say. The healing nearby hotel to use their faci such establishment as his establishment not open to force in molding opinion of I
Substantially supporting the unhappy it makes Hunt, cooperate to make Gaines of tune' has helped, but grief lities. residence." the public There are some the world", but we will have :
'-rumor is the lopsided number Welch, Wallace," Barnett and ville's image respected ev- still weighs heavily upon him. Read literally, the proposedlaw It has been assumed by hotels in res o rt areas which to try to lead rather than to j
-of new voters, which varied all other self-appointed "Pat- erywhere.NAME Few brothers were as close would seem to mean that, many members of both houses function as private clubs because force other nations.
::ideIy from four (in precincts riotic Real Americans." WITHHELD as he and the late Presi- while the private clubs are of Congress that private clubs they issue membershipcards When he actually applies
dent. exempted in many respects, are to be exempted, but a and require nominal his policies in,.Viet Nam, however -
SO TODAY, Robert F. the exemption does not cover careful reading of the exemption dues..A membership card en- he proposes to win
POTOMAC FEVER Kennedy almost certainly club facilities which are made ,, clause now raises'doubts. titles the bolder to send his through the"application of pa-
E has not made up his mind available to guests of mem- ( This subsection of the House friends ta the botel as guests. tience and diligence ajj if he
= By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington lJureau .. what be will do. He has bers. bill pending before the Senate 'In a "bona fide private were wearing away'the opposition
said he might like to teach Are these guests to be regarded says: club," there are often restrictions when he,.was..Democratic
= White House Press Secretary Salinger quits to run for office. In every political science at some uni- as part of the "public "(E) The provisions of this as to the use of lodgingsand leader of the UT S.
ZJmage-maker'8 life there comes a time when he asks: Image, image on the versity or college, or perhaps ?" U a member chooses, title shall not apply to a bona other facilities. The fact Senate. _,
-i'all who's the best mirage of all? continue a law career, for instance, to give a guest fide private club or other es- remains, however, that under This policy will probab
-_. or go into politics. It is likey card to an Negro, the visitor tablishment not open to the the proposed law, the courts find a more ready public ac-
= The U.S. offers to burn up some bombers if Russia will do the same. As he will not make his deds- must be furnished lodging or public e x c e pt to the extent will have to decide whetherany ceptance than the more sop5-
bong: as arson's in vogue, what about setting fire to Mao Tse-tung if Russia ion.for some weeks to come. permitted to use the golf that the facilities of such establishment private club which per- isticated ideas about the new
will pour a little lighter fluid on Castro? He is- in no hurry. And, of course or swimming pooL If are made available mits as guests persons of certain kind of diverse world whereinwe
-- course, the final decision Is any of these facilities are de- to, the customers or pa- races or creeds or national -, would rationalize defeat -
= Man's ode to Spring: Girls look better their frocks in the vernal equinox. not his, but that of President nied to him, discrimination on trons of an establishment origin to use its lodgingsor because it was illogicalto i
-_ Johnson. But one may be the basis of color can be within the scope of subsection its restaurant or its bar- continue:tryn g" rj io; J
= Barry Goldwater says if a Republican, president had,a Bobby Baker in the sure that President Johnson charged,and the club officerscan (B)." bershop or' its golf course or-: The-'President's-new_ try
Closet, he'd oPtaken ..thL'e B pii r be..place) out. No matter t the issue, also understands what Is be hauled into court But an "establishment", is swimming pool can be 'compelled -. YletNam is ouSlyTunporfcmt -
..Barry a extermmatorapproach. *-* .' meant by political magic The bill pending in the Senate defined under subsection (B) to open these facilitiesto because it could be the I'I'In
*** -- and if, by August, he considers says under Title n, Section as one '"which provides lodging guests of all other races or last"try of this kind of thing
= Things are so quiet -ea Jie W hington-Moscow: hot line, there's rumor Lady himself in need of It, he 201: to transient guests", or creeds and Irrespective of na- before we give up"or intervene *

:.-Bird,, and Mrs.-*- Khrushchev will begin using it to swap recipes.. .- rill seek it. M A) All persons shall be. one "principally engaged in tional origin. directly; \ -


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THE w Cruel Heritage

JOHN L HARRISOX President and
= Publisher PAT COWLES. Tic Presidents SOUTHBy
ED JOHNSON. Tie President Hrm fork mbnt. ignored the commonsense dutyof its freedom, most of this continent in South Africa or the U.S.

-- Florida's Beautiful aDd EBERSOLE.ExeciUt.Tie Editors' President W. G.and(BID Advertising ) ... By C. L. SULZBERGER giving the Africans mini- m u s t be goverened by south if they themselves applyin

= City' DlreeUri BOB TABTAGUniversity RALPH McGILL NAIROBI, Kenya Africa's mal intellectual and economic strong, centralized administration. reverse.
UONE. Tie President and CircnU Palitier Priz Winning Publisher problem is skin deep and not opportunities to integrate This is virtually another BUT THEY also admit they
__ Horn Manager. Of the Atlanta. (Ga.) CnsUtuti just in the sense of pigmentation them into the habits of equal- way of saying that, if they can are a h e a d of the masses on

THE SUN'S POLICY The world is acutely ity. Now Africa and may- be found, benevolent despotsare this and that the masses must
, J TheKennedy familiar with the legacy of be the world must pay for the answer. be controlled while they are
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. race prejudice left by colon- this. Such o pin i on doesn't favor educated. For such purposes a
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials ialism and its counterpart, de- the kind of pompous and in- kind of political heroworshipis
= 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. colonization. Several African FORTUNATELY there is. in tolerant dictatorship exemplified useful. And they think a

= The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 governments are now making almost each new African statea by Nkrumah in Ghana. strong leader can best be
Want Ads 376-4672 F; sincere efforts to prove they handful of educated, farsighted But it does favor, where possible backed up by a kind of voluntary -
: MagicNothing can be fairer to the white man and frequently toler- giving critical power to one party system. Ken-
than he was to them by creat- ant politicans who have inher- national heroes like Kenya's ya's Tom Mboya, minister of
ing the rudiments of multi- ited the task of nation build-' Jomo Menyatta and support- justice, and J. S. Gichuru,

Southern Court's Timid Action flowers in the racial society. ing. But this layer is only skin- ing them with one party par- minister of finance, endorsesthe
. J. spring of an election yearas The trouble is that so far deep. If that thin skin cannot liamentary rule rather than above formula on groundsthat
: does the euphoria of specu- these are for the most part contain the disorder bubbling the give and take of Western "a breathing space is
A three-judge federal court at eracy for the purpose of voting in lation. Presently, the most rudiments. They are not rudi- beneath, chaos must breakout democracy. Brand new nations necessary."

, Jackson, Miss., has upheld sectionsof federal elections. profilic flowering in the poli- ments in the sense of multi- built on poverty and illiteracy The difficulty remains that

the constitution and tical garden of guesses is racialism but in the sense of Many thoughtful Africans cannot afford the lux- for some years to come strong
Mississippi The bill also requires a uniform application that of the U.S. Attorney Gen- society itself. The colonial and European observers are ury of ill-informed, delaying central administration will rely -

: implementing laws that require of other standards for eral, Robert F. Kennedy. For powers, c o m b i ning neglect convinced that, at the very debate when urgent problems I not only on the w i s dom

.tl voters to be able to read and write some time polls and local with deliberate policy, had least for the first generation of demand urgent solutions. but the durability of the man
voters. Equal of all laws
application professionals have been say- about whom it is formed. The
: and interpret the state constitution.The has been taken for granted since ing that Mr. Kennedy is very THE DANGER in this for- recent spasm of anxiety con-

the adoption of the Fourteenth popular as a potential vice BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi mula is that, even when it cerning the aged Kenyatta

federal Justice Department Amendment. The catch is to en- presidential nominee in the works, stability depends wholly merely stressed the point.
cities and suburbs of the the health of the hero-
in upon There are few African he-
had these provisions
challenged force it. That is what the Justice
more populous East and ruler. The lesson was driven roes both prominent and un-
the hope of winning breakthroughin Department is trying to do in county West, but less approved{ in EASTER-WEEK WELCOME home last week when Ken- tarnished. Tanganyika's Nyerere -

its agonizingly slow campaign to after county where Negro-but not the South and in farm areas. STUIENTS yatta was rumored to be ill. suffered loss of prestige by

enforce the right to vote. The depart- white-applicants for voter registration THESE SAME polls have M Immediately everyone began weak behavior during his ar-

ment has had to proceed against in- are made to interpret complex placed Ambassador Stevenson t a ]king about disaster should my's recent mutiny. And also,
dividual registrars in county after constitutional questions. in second place and in V W Y / the old man die. There are no there are few second level
the same situationpopularin habits of succession in states ministers of the Mboya or
the South. With t
county throughout the cities and suburbs, but just learning to toddle. Gichuru caliber who realisti-
only 20 attorneys in the civil rights The federal courts have been criticized less so in rural communities. Many African governmentsare cally face this evolving conti-

division, the job has proceeded at for acting too deliberately and (Senator Humphrey is a close founded upon cabinet coalitions nent's problems, study economic

snail's pace. carefully on civil rights matters. third and in a sound, stragetic t that stem from tri- reform and political
position.) bal support for respective min- method.
The special panel in :Mississippi is
The Kennedy-Stevenson sit- isters. If the ministers start RET, WHILE they eye the
The special district court panel open to this criticism, for it took for future in of
uation offers a lesson in prac- AZL1s tCOL quarrelling a s c e ndancy, terms years,
could refer to the highest precedentfor pains not to go beyond, the narrowest tical politics. Democratic 1 1 their political argument risks they cannot be sure what tomorrow

its decision. In 1915 the U. S. possible interpretation. 'It did say Party leadership in the large v reflection in violence between itself may bring.

: Supreme Court said that "no time the Mississippi voter requirementsmay urban areas prefer Mr. # ?? their tribes. The idea of nationhood Africa's cruel heritage of
Kennedy for a very praginatic is embryonic; the skin consciousness is a
need be spent on the validity of the be subject to faulty administration -
reason. He has the name i idea of tribalism dates from heavy load added to Africa's
literacy test, considered alone, since but it said they are constitu- magic to get out the voters. UJUNIOR IEACHEIi STATE primeval time. destitution and backwardness.But .

: its establishment was but the exer- tional on their face, and "the least His presence on the ticket COLIEG i COllE Some African leaders are the most immediate prob-

cise by the state of a lawful power this court can do is avoid a doubtful would inspire workers all the genuinely, almost poetically, lem is the skin deep layerof
r vested in it." constitutional construction." way down to the lowest pre- resolved to give the world a administrative talent. If
cinct level. He would appealto & : t lesson in multi racial toler- this is not given opportunityto
the intellectuals, as the h ance. They point out they thicken, Lord knows what
The U. S. Constitution does'give An appeals court may take a bolder polls show, and also to all mi- es based their independence fighton may happen. It will take time

the states the right to set voter requirements approach, and hold that the patternof nority groups. "I guess they've got to hove some way of telling ending discrimination; that and patience to shape the African -

for federal elections, but unequal administration of these THE KENNEDY name is each other apart!" they cannot denounce racism dream if time exists.

it also adds that "the Congress may laws has been so flagrant and wide- magic. In addition, there is

at any time by law make or alter spread as to invalidate them. If not, a tremendous feeling of
grief in the land because of
such regulations except as to the the voter-registration drive will haveto the assassination of John F. I

places of choosing senators." The plod along with the painful old Kennedy. There is a wish -

civil rights bill now before the Sen- county-by-county, case-by-case ap- on the part of many thous- UNION MEETINGThe temese. Johns and other relatives. -
COLORED NEWS First Division Ministersand
ate does alter some of these regu- proach, to prove unfair applicationof ands of personssomehowto Deacons Union, auxiliaryto Miss Mamie Fields, of Ocala,
lations, by providing that a sixth- laws that are fair enough on their do something for the Ken- the Jerusalem Missionary passed t h rough Gainesville
nedys and to show their loy-
education is evidence of lit- face. Association with Rev. yesterday route to visit at
It grade alty and alleviate some of B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor: Baptist en
the sorrow by supporting and T. D. Davis moderator, will the Florida A. and M. Univer-
SPECIAL NOTICE Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, reporter -convene at the Emanuel Baptist sity at Tallahassee.Mrs. .
urging the candidacy of Robert
Gainesville March 27- Claronelle Smith Griffin
Church -
1' F. Kennedy. The Eighth Division Minis- 29. a teacher in the St. Pe-
On St. Patrick's day, the ters and Deacons Union, auxiliary
tersburg Public School
of System
the ,
1'n People traditional parade in South of the Jerusalem Mission- MINNIE HILL NEWS is spending the Easter holidays
Boston saw Senator Ted Ken- Baptist Association with PLANS PROGRAM PROGRAM PLANNEDThe
ary here with her mother, Mrs.
I nedy march the full distancein Rev. T. D. Davis, moderator, There will be a program presented I Mayme Smith, and other rela-
second in series of
the midst of storm. a programs -
a snow
Minnie Hill
will convene at the Johnson Cha- at the New
The Sun's entitled "Mental Retarelation"
.._ Opinion Page=== He was easily the most pel Baptist Church with Rev. Baptist Church on April 5 at 3pm. -
be held the
will at Mt.
popular figure in the long pro- W. J. Taylor, pastor, in Gaines- that will consist of preaching -
: Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cession. All along the way March 2729. singing, solos, and also Carmel Baptist Church with
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should the young and the old cheered of selections.The Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor, on William L. Jenkins, of 610
'not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The The officers are as follows: reading Tuesday March 31, at 8 p.m. S.E. 13th St., died in the Ala-
I :Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or him. Some ran out to Rev. C. Nelson, president; Rev public is invited. Rev. A. The and friends chua General Hospital Tuesday
parents are
.intent. shake his hand. Others call-
vice Rev. R. Wrighten, pastor.
Joyner, president; after illness.
: Editorial 6 and 10)) to an amazing 225 Atlanta's backward march ed "out Children, "God bless shrilled you, their Ted- Ford, treasurer; Deacon B. T. Mrs. Alice Thomas, reporter porter.invited. Mrs. Susie White, re Duncan a lingering Brothers, morticians,

(in precincts 13 and 28))." has r e c e i ved editorial com- dy. Deacon L. Wells, president of will announce funeral arrange-

:Backward Step The "amazing" increase of ment from the Sun. Now delight.The of the the Baptist Young People's Un- PLANS MEETINGThe ments later.
magic Kennedyname
voters in precincts 13 and 28, Gainesville has moved back- is strong political med- ion; Deacon Otis Lane, presi- Pallbearers Lodge, prideof DOOR RALLY PLANNEDThe I
7 EDITOR, Sun: When I op- and in some other precincts in ward under a clubbing from dent of choir; Deacon J. Alex- Gainesville, will meet Thurs-
icine and none know this bet- Floral Court Lodge No.
: the Sunday edition of the the city, is a result of Ne- the same e d i tor ial page. ter than the professionals ander, vice president of choir; day at 8 pjn. at the regular 113 will sponsor a door rally, f! > ituarics
and read the editorial. I their Whether Gainesville intoa Mrs. Lizzie Lane, secretary;
:Sun exercising
groes rightsas goes
who have not merely a pres- chorister Mrs. meeting place. Saturday, Apr. 4, at 8 p.m. at
had the momentary sensation citizens to register and vote. full backward march or ident and vice president to Mrs. Peterson, ; During this meeting, the dues the home of the president, MRS. De SUE
t :Of being back in Mississippiwith If from picks itself and Eunice pianist; and Mrs. Alice
anyone precincts 6 up continues elect, but also mayors, gov- and endowments are to be paid. Mrs. Ona M. Pyles, 614 S.W. Funeral services for Mrs. Lil-
the editorial page of the and 10 voted, that would in- forward to a time when all ernors, aldermen, j judges Thomas, reporter. Fred Alexander, president; Mrs. 3rd Street. lie Mae DeSue of Starke will
:Jackson Clarion Ledger be- deed be a matter for investi- citizens can participate in and legislators. The profes- Ella Drayton, reporter. Refreshments will be served be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at

,fore me. The Sun's editorial gation; precincts 6 and 10 are in their government and the sionals know, too that his during the rally. Mrs. P. L. New Hope Baptist Church in
.Is of the type that appears in outside of the city limits of affairs of their community magic in the big vote cen- NOTICEAll Scott, reporter. Starke with Rev. L. W. Moseley
Mississippi papers and in pub- Gainesville and had absolutely without fear of reprisal depends ters would more than offset children of the Mt. Carmel NOTICE officiating.She .
.'I lications of H. L. Hunt, the nothing to do with the city to a great extent upon any party bolts that might Church are asked to The University City TempleNo. is survived by her mother -
John Birch Society and the election, or with the registration what the Sun does now. Is the occur in the South and farm meet Baptist at the church on Fridayat 900, Daughters of-Elks, will BUSINESS MEETINGThe Mrs. Jennie Cov i n gton;
White Citizen's Council. I had drive conducted in Gain- Sun supporting democracy or communities. for Easter practice. sponsor a popularity contest at Juvenile Lodge No. 113 three brothers, Percy, Law

i not expected to read its like esville. bigorty, hatred and prejudice? INDEED, THE professionals Miss 1 p.m.Williams, chairman; Mrs. the Mason Hall on March 30 at will hold its business meeting rence and Neal Covington, all

in the Sun. Some of the statements in PAUL G. HAHNOveresthna co-chairman Mrs. 8 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at 3:30: p.m. of Starke; five sisters, Mrs.
believe that of the Affie Wright, ;
The is invited. Mrs.
There are several inaccuracies the editorial give to at the home of Mrs. O. M. Pyles, Anna Covington, Mrs. Florence
support dislike for the Esther W. Hamm, reporter.
I attorney gen- Amy Sanders, chairman; Mrs.
and distortions in the ed- 614 S. W. 3rd Street. .
those who try to place DeSue Mrs. Eula DeSue and
manyof eral has faded. This '
tedProgressiveness already D. R. Mrs. Rosa
Gladys Lloyd, : : Union
that The dues and Grand
itorial which demonstrate
our citizens in a second likely is true. The office has B. Williams, reporter. Mrs. Letha Paul, all of Starke
the Sun acted more on rumor class category. By the rules never had a more dedicated SPONSOR EGG HUNT fee are to be paid during this and Mrs. Alma Johnson of Lake-
than on fact, but the statementthat and ideas of our democratic harder working incum- meeting. Miss A. L. Simmons, land; a niece, Miss Barbara

most concerns me is the society no one is a "marginal" EDITOR, Sun: Bloc, Bloc*, bent, nor one more com- The Juvenile Lodge No. 113 NOTICEThe president; Mrs. P. L. Scott, re Hankerson, and a nephew, G.
reference to registrationdrives citizen or a "marginal voter." Who's got the Bloc? I nomi- mitted to integrity and the will sponsor its egg hunt Fri- Seventh Division Minis- porter. W. Hankerson both of Starke.
that would "cram the Regardless of race, creed nate for Most Astonishing law. He is a moral, almost day from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at ters and Deacons Union, auxi- Burial will be in the family plot
registration books with a wealth, knowledge or politi- Statement of the Year, Dr. puritanical man. He is a the home of Mrs. Amanda Scottat liary to the Jerusalem Mission- HOME MISSIONThe under the direction of Chestnutand

disinterested marginal vote cal persuasion all adult U. S. Andrews' comment that we wonderful father and hus- Arredonda. ary Baptist Association, with Home Mission of the Mt. Haile Funeral Home of
susceptible to the merest whis- citizens whose rights have not should consider "electing the band. Not all, but a large Eash member may invite a Rev. T. D. Davis moderator, Moriah Baptist Church w ill Starke.
per of suggestion." been suspended by convictionfor city commissioners at large measure of his unpopularity guest and bring two eggs. For. will convene at the St. Luke meet at the home of Mrs. Re-
Whatever the intention of criminal offsense have further information call FR 2- Baptist Church with Rev. N. A.
a instead of by single seats. stemmed from his supportof gina Tillman, of 515 S.E. 12th ULYSEES G. HUNT !
the statement, the Sun has at- right to register or not regis- Richardson and I pulled in civil rights and from the 3456.Cars Jackson, pastor at Paradise Terrace March 25 at 5 p.m. Funeral service for
tacked the recent registrationof ter as they choose. Regardlessof the will leave from the homeof March 2729. Ulysees
votes than S.
more organized need to use U. marshalsto Mrs. Veesie Dixon, president; G. Hunt of Starke will be held
several hundred Negro citizens race, creed, wealth, know- bloc opposing us." protect and uphold the in- Mrs. 0. M. Pyles, 614 SW The officers are as follows: Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor; Greater
at 11 at
in a drive conducted at ledge, or political persuasionany I'm a blockhead who under- tegrity of the courts. This is 3rd Street, at 2:30 p.m. Rev. A. Wrighten, president; Mrs. J. Gainey, reporter. Saturday a.m.
Bethel Church in Starke
,:announced meeting places in registered citizen has a estimated the power of mon- some of the background.But Refreshments will be served. Rev. McGardner, vicepresident with Baptist .
school and churches. No oth- right to vote or not vote as he ey and overestimated the progressiveness as for what Robert K. Miss A. L. Simmons president; ; W. O. Presley, recording Rev. A. Vinson officiating.He
er interpretation can be made chooses. One man- one vote is of Gainesville. Kennedy will do, or may do, Mrs. P. L. Scott, directress. secretary; Mrs. M. C. Gardner, PROGRAM SCHEDULEDThe is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Mattie W. Hunt of Starke
jn-hen the editorial continues: the way of our society, how- Blockheads or not, let's all none may say. The healingof corresponding secretary; Dea- Easter program will be i
'Substantially supporting the ever unhappy it makes Hunt, cooperate to make Gaines- time has helped, but grief con F. Nateal, treasurer; Dea- held at the Mt. Moriah Baptist and a of sister Mrs. Mattie. Outlaw I I

rumor is the lopsided number Welch, Wallace, Barnett and ville's image respected ev- still weighs heavily upon him. NEWBERRY NEWS con Willie Huffman, chairman of Church Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Pennsylvania.Burial Odfel-
will follow in
voters which varied all other APPEARThe finance committee and Deacon The public is.invitedl: Rev. L.
Tf) new self-appointed "Pat- Few brothers were as closeas SINGERS TO ; low
i from four (in precincts riotic Real Americans." erywhere.NAME WITHHELD he and the late Presi- Ray Thomas chairman of pro- A. Tillman, pastor; Mrs. J. cemetery under the direct-
from ion of and Haile Fun-
: rdelY dent. Gospelairs, singers gram committee.The Gainey reporter. Chestnut
SO TODAY, Robert F. Williston will appear in a mu- members of the Helping eral Home of Starke.
the Mt. Zora
Kennedy almost sical program at !Aid Club are: Mrs. Susie Strap-
::: POTOMAC FEVER certainlyhas Baptist Church Sunday at 3 p.m. 1 Mrs. PERSONALSMrs.
not made up his mind pier, president; Catherine Julia Mae Wallace and EDWARD ALDRIDGE
There is no
:. By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau what he will do. He has but a free-will offering will be Wrighten, vice-president; Mrs. family, all of Williston, motored Frinds of Edward Aldridgewill
Eva Presley secretary; and to learn of his deathin
said he might like to teach Palmetto and regret
I! White House Press Secretary Salinger quits to run for office. In every political science at some uni- accepted. The public is invited. Mrs. Ethel Neal, tre-urer. to ,at recently the marriage Starke last Sunday. Funeral
image-maker's life there comes a time Rev. LeRoy Thompson, pastor; Solicitors are: Fku Memorial : were present -
when he the a arrangements
asks: Image, image on versity or college, or perhaps of her son, Elihae Wallace are incompleteand
wall who's the best mirage of all? continue a law career, Robert Williams reporter.WILLISTOY College, Deacon Willie to Miss Mattie Thomas. The will be announced later by

-- or go into politics. It is likely Huffman, Johnny Lewis Sunday couple is residing at Palmetto. Chestnut and Haile Funeral
,The U.s. offers to burn up some bombers if Russia will do the same. As he will not make his decis- School and Mrs. Catherine Mr. Wallace is barber and Mrs. Home of Starke.

long as arson's in vogue, what about setting fire to Mao Tse-tung if Russia ion for some weeks to come. NEWS Wrighten. Wallace is a teacher. Mrs. Bessie -
will pour a little lighter fluid on Castro? EGG HUNT PANNEDThere
He is no hurry. And, of Mae Wesley, reporter. MRS. PETER3IAN
-- -- course, the final decision is will be an Easter egg NEWBERRY NEWS Miss Catherine Edwards and Funeral services for Mrs.
;. Man's ode to Spring: Girls ,1 look better in their frocks in the vernal equinox.I not his, but that of President hunt Saturday at 2 pjn. at the CLUB. MEETING SET Miss Helen Andrews, both o!(Ti- Lizzie Peterman of Starke will

i -- Johnson. But one may be New Hope Baptist Church at The Mothers' Club of New- tusville were guests of Miss Ed- be held Saturday at 2 pjn. at
Barry Goldwater says if a Republican president had a Bobby Baker in the sure that President Johnson Williston. berry Elementary School will wards' relatives here yester Greater Bethel Baptist Church
closet, he'd open the door and air the place out. No matter what the issue, also understands what is There will be an Easter program meet at the school today 7:30 day. e in Starke with Rev. A. Vinson

-Barry always takes exterminator.. approach. meant by political magic presented Sunday at 7 pjn. Will Martin, of Tampa, Pass- officiating.This .
-- and if, by August, he considers E>Jn. at the church. During the meeting, Mrs. Barbara ed through Gainesville yester- service is under the di-
=Things are so quiet"on;the \Vashington-Moscow hot line, there's rumor Lady himself in need of it, he Everyone is invited. Mrs. Jua- Jones Girl Scouts executive terday en route to Jacksonvilleto rection of Chestnut and Haile

bird and Mrs. Khrushchev will begin using. it to swap recipes. will seek it. nita Wallace, chairman. will organize a Girl Scouts., visit with his sister, Mrs. Al Funeral Home.
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f Fttlier,. Forgive Them. : 1t' 1 frAS-ONBROS.: -.. i(

Christ, nailed to the cross, 1 I ,
t' raised for all to
: .see,on Calvary
I almost_ immediately -: The Last Hours of :;
I l i) gan to speak His famous "Sev, I Thru RICUT RATE LIQUOR STORE '

1'I en Last Wtrds. Ralph Gorman,. I Thru APRIL 1, 64

E c.,P.,,reteals the and t
sources made a tremendous impressions I demned in his last hours o f r drists jeered at his Messianic
l meaning,of these words in thi i on all people of good will who I \
I I claims. "If he is the King of I
-excerpt from his book "The life.During .
heard it. "
Hours of Jesus." the last hours of J esw I Israel, they continued, "let

t A short time later, one of the Christ, mockeries and insult!i him come down now from the
I' "-BylRALPH GORMAN, C. P. robbers crucified alongside him were among the cruelest suffer. cross, and we will believe him.

confessed belief in him. At the ings to which he was subjected, (Matt. 27:42)) They used "King LIQUOR COSTS LESS
the three hours that
; During of Israel the traditional form
{1 moment of Christ's death others His enemies should have beer I ,
he was nailed to the cross, were converted sated with the sight of his frightful rather than "King of the Jews,"
[!> Jesus interrupted long periods partly nodoubt
because torments on the cross. The y the form used by Pilate. ,
of the marvels
I of silence by, speaking seven that occurred at that time. were not. They were so sure that Jesus 16 MILES WEST OF GAINESVILLE ON STATE ROAD 26

I known times. These as his "Seven utterances Last are t The centurion, in charge of They dared not approach the;, down could from not and the would not that come [Drive West from Gainesville on Newberry Road. Continue straight thru Newberry for 3 Vi miles on SR 26
cross they
victim to strike him
the crucifixion, declared Jesusto so they
r be struck him with the venom oj f r promised to believe in him if he
a just man. The
We are fortunate that there their .
who had tongues.As did.They
come out of
were those beneath the cross curiosity; were insincere. On the
have Jesus
41 began to beat their breasts we seen wa s
who could recall and record for asa
crucified on a hillock overlook_ following Sunday morning he
: these last words of sign pf repentance. (Luke would work the
; even
23:48): ) Later large numbers of ing a thoroughfare just t FOUR O.F.C.
'r4;; Jesus, as they were a fitting climax the became outside the city of Jerusalem miracle of his resurrection and I
people White
to his public ministry. : still would not believe
they in
. The cross was set so near
) ( 2:414:4)) among
; : IMPORTEDCanadian
All these words not him.
are contained -
Acts the road that the passersbycould ROSES
I in each of the Gospels, many priests ( 6:7) and their
Encouraged by own
speak to the crucified. Unfortunately -
Pharisees Acts Horse
( 15:5))
nor In any one of them. In fact, this is exactly what words and Christ's apparent/I Whiskey

Matthew and Mark relate' but When the four soldiers detailed many of them did. helplessness, these Jewish lead- Years Old

one word of Jesus on the cross, for the task had raised Christon These people stopped momen- ers went on to blaspheme his 3.69 Q Scotch5th

) and Luke and John each relate the cross and fixed the title tarily, probably in small groups, divine sonship. Still addressingone

: the responsibilities of the an- above his head they had ac and looked up at the three men another, they said "He ,4.99 4 fn

three. Because of this we 'can complished the most laborious hanging on their crosses. They trusted in God; let him deliver --- 5th _

: not have complete certainty part of their work. ignored the two robbers. They him now, if he wants him; for 5th u

.' about the order in which They were free now to divide were brigands who had finally he said 'I am the Son of God.' 3 For 12 Years Old .

i each of the words was uttered. among themselves whatever been caught and brought to (Matt. 27:43)) 1095 4.99t KsflrJI.
The first word of Jesus from ;items he possessed when they] justice. They were convinced that God 599 !
him for 5thSeagram's
the cross was almost certainly: stripped in preparation But Jesus of Nazareth, that had abandoned Jesus and that
the crucifixion.This .
"Father, forgive them, for they was different. He had pretended they were God's instrument in

', do not know what they are do- was,a,recognized, customof to be a prophet even the punishing him. They were

t ing." St. Luke 'alone records it the time. For this we have Messias. He had spoken of himself pleased with themselves. They I. W. HARPER CALVERT
the of the four' Gospels
((23:34): ) SIt authority as the Son of God. Only the could wait here patiently in this
is difficult to determine the and also the fact that the preceding Sunday he had been good work and later eat the I

exact time at which Christ's Emperor Hadrian found it nec- welcomed into the city with ac- Passover meal with a clear con- KY. TAVERN EXTRA

first word from the cross was essary, a hundred years later, claim and shouts of "Hosanna to science. Furthermore, Jesus 7 Crown

spoken. to regulate the custom by de- Looking up at him, they wagged would soon be dead, and their 100 Proof

'i; Some think it was while' the creeing that only items of minor their heads, to the Jews a spiritual domination over the

soldiers were nailing him to the value The fell executioners to the executioners.of Christ sign of ridicule and derision, people would be assured.St. Bottled in Bond $387 .CALVERT tssus \

cross. One reason for this is and called out to get his atten- Luke (23:36-37): ) tells us that -- .... 3.87
found the clothes he -.--
S that St. Luke relates the incident only was tion. They jeered at his help. the soldiers, too joined in mpck- I I
; immediately after stating wearing to divide, but these essness, crying, "Thou who de- ing Jesus. These Roman soldiers 5th ,11:

j that they crucified Christ An- had some value and they proceeded stroyest the temple and in three knew nothing of Jesus or his Sc..t,,. 5th __ .5th '

: other is that Our Lord uses the to distribute them. It days buildest it up again, save teaching. They musf have been t.. .:::.- :;

j present tense "what they are must have been a poignantscene theyself." (Matt 27:40)) surprised to see him mocked ti 3 For 4.99 3_ FOR. _

doing" in his prayer. Neither for Christ to look down They had heard, too, that the and ridiculed by his own people
reason is conclusive.We from the cross at the soldiers Sanhedrin (the supreme council and even by some of the most 1129

think that this first of the dividing his garments as if he and tribunal of the Jews) had eminent members of their high
were already dead.Christ's condemned him for himself court.
Seven Last Words was spoken making -
just after Jesus had been raised garments probably out to be the Son of God. So The title which they had nailed -

t on the cross and as he looked consisted of sandals, a head- ;they taunted him, saying, "If over his cross was somethingof GILBEY'S VODKA 99 ROCKING CHAIR

out over the sea of hostile faces scarf, an undershirt, a tunic thou art the Son of God come a paradox to them. Imagineeven TVARSCKI VODKABOSTON SPRING HILL

turned up at him. t which covered the body from down from the cross." (Matt. a king of the Jews in this VODKA OLD QUAKER GINHALLER'S
the neck to the ankles, a cincture -
Christ's words must have had 27:40)) sorry situation. Taking their cue HALLER'S GINHALLER'S
and an outer garment or BLEND
I an electrifying effect. These people Some mocked Christ on the from the others mocking Jesus,' 5th
mantle. The first Gospels
j had seen many' criminals cross and passed by. Others they looked up at him and taunt- BBN. ,
inform that the soldiers
crucified.'.They _had seen them us mocked and remained. Among ed him, saying, "If thou art the
: vided the and that
resist their executioners and at- garments them were the! chief priests, King of the Jews save thyself."
lots determine
tempt .to escape. They had they Scribes, and ancients, the principal They probably soon tired of OLDSUNNYBROOK
each should BOURBON
heard.them howl and scream enemies of Jesus. They this game, however, as their SMIRNOFF
St. John who eyewitness -
was an
with pain. They had ,listened to and who wrote after the had other things to do on what mockeries brought no response
Ie' them curse their tormenters and (three clari- was, in their reckoning. the eve from Jesus and unlike the Jews, SUPREME
other Evangelists,
I snarl at them i in impotent rage ties the picture for us. It was of the Passover. they had no personal animosity STRAIGHT OLD. VODKA
them. Their Passover meal shouldbe toward him.TOMORROW.
as they.spat at ;
to make fair division of
I What a different scene met ,easy ,eaten that very night. Even : The two rob- BOURBON HICKORY .
Christ's ,
all garments except
,their,eyes.on Calvary,!.Throughout ;the tunic, and this the soldiers 'now.they,should be making pre- bers crucified with Jesus-, ,- who =
i his sufferings, Jesus maintained parations.> were_ they? \. $349
I did. But when it came to the :!.
calm But they could not tear themselves $369 '
a I tunic, they were nonplussed.The ...
..On the. cross, he raised his tunic had more than usual away from Calvary.;They PresbyteriansPlan .... 5th.-U-: ,

eyes to,heaven and in a firm i value because it was a seamless remained rooted to the spot. SacramentFor "fr "_ x- 5th
addressedGod They gloated over their victoryand 3-5thsl079 ?
and self-assured tone
garment[ woven in one piece 5th
"Father., He did not enjoyed every ,evidence of
from the top. It was probably Thursday 3 FOR yy-
pray for himself; he did not ask worth more than all the rest ofthe suffering on the part of the cru ,.eouiiecro. 3 FOR :

to be.taken from the cross or to garmentstogether.. cified. The First Presbyterian CALVERT GINWALKER'S
There difference in the 1079' 1045
be delivered from his sufferings. -
The difficulty of the soldierswas Church'will observe the sacrament ...
-- mockery of the passers-by and '
He prayed to God, his Fath- ,
that it would ruin a seamless of the Lor d's Supper '
of the leaders of the Jews. The GIN
.th Cthey:; should..be forgiven ,
er, garment to cut it in parts. Thursday evening at 8 p.m. in
,and he even ,added, an One of them made a suggestionto former addressed Jesus directly. the main sanctuary of the
excuse for them, "They do not which all agreed. They would The latter spoke to one an- church. Schenley 5th 3.1935ths9,50: '
what other, but loud enough for Jesusto :
know doing.
they are
cast lots probably some formof this
For whom'did Jesus pray? He dice and the winner would hear. "He saved others," they" e r vie e the session of the c. j V MARTINS ..
said "himself he cannot
for those who ,were responsible ; save.
prayed take the tunic. Mark 15:31) church will be hosts at a din- Ancient ,
for his condemnation This they proceeded to do. St. ( admitted that ner in Fellowship Hall at 6 p.m.for v.v.o.
They apparently
; and crucifixion. Surely in the doing
John ((19:24)) recalls that in
30 people of the communicants' Old't .
I front rank of these were the this they unwittingly fulfilled he had saved others. The proof young Age SCOTCH
classes and their
chief was too great to be rejected.
leaders of the Jews a prophecy made centuries -
But now he had evidently lost parents. Following the dinner, :ThompsonCharter 8Years
,, priests, Scribes: and ancients. before concerning the Suffering -" 5th
the elders of
the church will
whatever he had Old
power possessed.
It was their duty to recognize Messias: "They dividedmy
Christ's claim to be the Messias garments among them, and His present helplessnessmade meet in the chapel to welcomethe 3.89. 5th

and Son of God, to examine his for my vesture they cast lots." him an object of derision. youths into church member- .
Having ridiculed Christ's miraculous ship, along with any others
credentials and to accept and
Ps. 21:19))
( :
him as such. Yet they powers, the Sanhe-.wishing to join the church. Oak i
1 proclaim The soldiers had finished the :;_ 3 For' 4.99

opposed Jesus throughout his 'work of crucifixion, and now ,, ;

}' public ministry. 'they took their places to guardthe EARL C.. MAYand 1149 5th
Christ's prayer must have included crucified. It would probably '

Pontius Pilate, too, as :be a long-drawn-out affair so r 3.3935ths9.95 ,.
had an unjust part inChrist's ..
he played they sat down near the crosses JACK C. MAY Guckenheimer
condemnation and exe- and proceeded to make themselves .
'cution. On three separate occas- as comfortable as poss- I Representing ; ,. ; -
ions he declared Christ innocent ible. To pass the time, they $ BLENDED -

but ,when'faced with the chatted, gambled, and passed The Equitable Life [ CROW _. _
-- threat of denunciation to the around a jug of the thin vinegary I I Assurance Society :.: w; x WH'ISKEY
Emperor, he capitulated and wine called posca, a favorite Phone FR 2-1449 1kL1 BOURBON WINES. EXTRA SPECIAL

condemned him to death. drink of soldiers. I I I 5th

Pilate acted unjustly and Today, sympathy for the condemned -

'againsthis conscience. Nevertheless is ordinary. Among the OLD 3.89 ROMA
Christ's plea of ignor- ancients it'was unusual A condemned ; 3.19

ance would apply to him, too, man was treated as if ITALIAN SWISS COLONY

as he did not recognize Jesus as he were already a corpse, no ; pAY 5th '
I the Messias and the Son of God. longer possessed of the rights W N ORE 3 For CASE 3q Quart. 9.99 3 For

He quite evidently admired Je- and feelings of a human being. 1149 950

sus and respected him; he even Executioners and spectators

had a vague superstitious fear, i felt free to add what they could GET TAYLOR CHAMPAGNE
from his wife's dream and from to the sufferings of the con-

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be the Son of God. We can be I 3 79 RUM
sure, however, that he did not INCOME TAX ter RUM' 5thSEAGRAM'S DON Q.
appreciate the a w f u 1 implica GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPEJtS te MONEY

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a a luncheon appointment. poor sight Shiotani Is near Loan to Yemen oust Britain from the Aden area J
r =:japan Premier U.S. The youth may be charged sighted. 1 just south of the little country '
Apologizes to with bodily assault or even at- MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet.on the Saudi Arabian Peninsula. I
tempted murder. Bodily,assault Egg Market ( #
Union has granted Yemen a
carries a maximum penalty of
By KENNETH'ISIm of state minister for his right thigh. His doctor said I've become mixed-blood
Japan's a 10 years in prison. There is no JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast long term loan, delayed pay- Hit Idealtememberance
--=:':'TOKYO (AP-PremierHaya- public safety, Takashi Hayaka- he was "making a smooth re child." prison maximum for attempted Florida egg market pricesto ment of earlier loans and prom-
to Ikeda makes wa, who bowed out in tradi- Reischauer was born in Japan '
a live telecast a covery. murder, but it does not carry retailers: ised free aid, a joint communique
via communications satellite to tional Japanese gesture of Embassy press attache Na- speaks Japanese fluentlyand the death sentence. said Tuesday. \ For...
the United States today to ex- atonement for the incident Tues- thaniel Thayer told newsmen he has a Japanese wife. | Extra large 45-47, mostly
press Japan's regrets for a deranged -day which shocked the nation. found the ambassador in ex- Police continued to question Police said Shiotani has a his- 47; large 42-45, mostly 43; The communique,issued after Shut-Ins
Japanese youth's knife Reischauer, 53, was reportedin cellent spirits "joking with the Norikazu Shiotani, 19, who tory of mental aberrations. He medium 37-41, mostly 38-41; talks between Yemeni President I CREVASSE'FLORIST'
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-- .win. 0. Reischauer. at Toranomon Hospital froma had received so much Japanese I bassador emerged from the em- to call the world's attentionto Poultry at farms: fryers 14; ficials, said the Soviet Union Phone FR 62514.Wed
.. .Ikeda accepted the resignation Sft-inch-deep knife wound in blood in transfusions"that I feel:bassy chancery on his way to the plight of Japanese with hens light 6-63. supported Yemen's effort to I

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t ::Gainesville Growth Brings Warning"An : Red ConfabBERLIN I Slated for Dean's PostThe Good CLEAN G6tGAINESVILLE :

(AP) The Soviet I
I defense minister,Marshal Rodi- son of a Gainesville is presently head of the Air ScI-
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Mitchell further
additional family moves Uy. schools. predictedthat
: I on Malinovsky, will lead a S0viet couple will become Dean of ence Department at the college. DIAMONDCAB
into the Gainesville area every "But, said Mitchell,"Gaines- Using Metcalf Junior High I within the next five years'
;, day," executive manager of the ville is more prolific", having 3.8 School as an example, he said, I the University of Florida student -i visit military to,East Germany delegation shortly on a, Student Affairs at the Stevens Colonel Bingham, who will
Chamber of Commerce Billy people family Institute of Technology in New
i i'J per Gainesville must build one new will increase to,
I : population the official East German news retire from the Air Force June
Mitchell told the Lions Club yes- This means that by 1980 thecity's months 1, according to
school 21 to Jersey on July
provide Across From .
every announced Greyhound
will today.
t 't day. 20,000 its staff increase to agency ADN 30, will be responsible for the
population will have for the new school age Dr. Jess H. Davis presidentof Bus StationS.W.
t This family i increase brings grown from 54,000 to 165,000, he children entering the commun- 10,000, the J. Hillis Miller Med- ADN said the delegation was, the college. Admissions Office, Office of the, .4th Avenue
\ with it an increase of one said. ity.He added that right now two ical Center will employ around coming at the invitation of the Registrar, student counseling,' Call 372-3376
--schooL.....age child,according to' "With the increase of one schools are being constructedand 1,800 and the new V.A. Hospital -East German Communist party Lt Cot William H. Bingham and student activities and wel,
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ilJOffl AE Phi Province Conclave I Brides I -

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\ THE I L Y 'S THURSDAY, March 26 : : :=:::=

Bridesmaids' luncheon, hon- .
5 % r oring Miss Karen Owens, fiancee Hostesses for the GainesvilleWoman's C. Vrelland, Mrs. Bernice Dahl ,:I
: i of Robert E. Rowe, Club Easter card par- ke, Mrs. Henry Mickle, -Mrs.- ;.
4AJ : 12:30 Mrs. Denver ty held Friday afternoon at the Phillip Loggins, Mrs. Wm. H. ,
:, Ruth Weimer . Women' Editor Baughan p. and m., Mrs. Louise Clubhouse were Mrs. John T. Buckhannan, Mrs. Eva Brown',' # )

.- I I Midgette at flatter's home, Creighton, Mrs. C. F. Shewey, Mrs. Emma Harris, Mrs: ;J.-Mi' ..J
: I 1017 NW Eleventh Avenue. Mrs. Harold Crosby, Mrs. D. R. Reed and Mrs. R. V; 'Terry.: -
Rehearsal for Owens-Rowe Sanders and Mrs. Margaret C. .
Mrs. Baxter Heads .Omer. -
wedding, 4 p.m. First Pres-
byterian Church followed by Table arrangements were I Turn hot cooked rice into a pie YI
rehearsal dinner at the Holiday made by Mrs. Shewey and Mrs. plate and sprinkle generously

UF( Women's Club Inn, 7 p.m., Mr. and Crosby. Guests were greeted by with grated cheddar cheese;
Mrs. E. R. Rowe Jr., par- the hostesses and Mrs. M. T. dust with paprika. Run under
'. ,SS S > S ents of the bridegroom, as 'Hartman Jr., first vice presi- the broiler to melt cheese. ,
4S hosts. 'dent; and Mrs. A rthur Camp- i
Mrs. John F. Baxter was el- the theme were used throughoutthe bell, social chairman.
J ected president of the Univer- clubhouse with wisteria and FRIDAY, March 27 High bridge honors were won Select your new '
sity Women's Club during the Spanish moss used to decoratethe Wedding of Miss Karen Mar- by Mrs. Fred Hull and Mrs. I

March meeting of the organization entrance.In 55 S .y na and Owens Mrs..,Karl daughter Rhyden of Ow-Dr. Grace DeP ass, Canasta, Mrs. SPRINGatFABRICS J
at the Faculty Club. the ball room, a scene Mary Montague, and Mrs. W. SINGERHoly
' ens, and Robert Roger Rowe,
Mrs. Baxter, who will suc- reminiscent of the Early South H. Miller, Bingo.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
ceed Mrs. Theodore S. with rock- Guests present were Mrs. H.
. George, was complete antique First
Roger Rowe Jr., 7 p.m.,
will be assisted by the following ing chair near the fireplace. Presbyterian Church. Recep-- _
officers for 1964-65: Floral arrangements featured tion following at FellowshipHall
Mrs. Maurice. Ahrens, first bridal wreath and azaleas.
of the church.
vice-president; Mrs. Ben Bar- Pink snapdragons were usedto Alpha Tau Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority at the University of Florida -

ger, second vice-president; Mrs. center the tea table, where was host this weekend to chapter delegates for the fifth, sixth and twelfth SATURDAY, March 28 GODAY

Hairy:.Prystowsky; third vice- Mrs. Wilse B. Webb and Mrs. Province Conclave. Pictured from left' to right are honor guests, Mrs. Louis Luncheon honoring Miss
Anne Purvis bride-elect of
president; Mrs. John W, Sites, Denver E. Baughan presided at fAT
Weinstein, National Treasurer, and Mrs. Howard Klein, National Conclave Chair- Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr.
recording secretary; Mrs. Lucius the silver services.
B. Gravely, corresponding Social Committee for the event ,man, both of Houston; and Mrs. Norman Brown, Coral Gables, Province Direc- of Jacksonville, 12:30 p. m.,

secretary, and Mrs.L. G. Gram- consisted of Mrs. Lamar Rob- tor, with Miss Sara Berman, UF Chapter Conclave Chairman. I Miss Sherry Sanders and
Miss Pam Sanders, Gaines-
ling, treasurer. erts and Mrs. W. F..Fagen.co-
ville Golf and Country Club.
Dr. Wilse B. Webb, chairmanof chairman, and Mrs. Robert '

,the Department of Psychology Beach, Mrs: George 'Corrick, Calendar Of EventsTODAY VIRGINIA BOLES : Trinity Episcopal Church
of the University of Florida Mrs. Charles Cowles, Mrs. extendsTO I 110 NE 1st STREET
was guest speaker. Dr. Hugh Davis, Mrs. Tewes Kun- 12:00 Noon Morning Prayer and Sermon
Webb, who has done extensive del,' and Mrs. Albert Stubble- 1:00 P.M. Stainers "Crucifixion"
March 25 -
Garden Club
Gainesville Cir- 7:30 p.m., Mimosa, Mrs. J. W.
research in the nature and bine.With 1 r cles: Willingham, 1214 NW 36th Ter- 2:00 P.M. Meditations and PrayersAT
causes of sleep, discussed his Mrs. Howard Miller as Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 race
findings. chairman, the program committee p.m., Holiday Inn. 9:30 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. C. EVERY ONE
The speaker was I introduced consisted of Mrs. R. E. University Medical Guild, 8 H. Janes, 1635 NW 16th Ave 8 p.m., Carnation, Mrs. R. THE CHAPEL OF THE INCARNATION
byMrs.; E. R. Woodward. Choate, Mrs. Calvin Greene, p.m., Dr. and Mrs. Ernest nue, Daisy, Mrs. Fred B. Ar- Shrum, Jr., 1303 NE 14th Ter- EASTER SPECIAL 1522 W. University Ave.
Choral Group Slogs' Mrs. Herbert Schweyer, Mrs. Wright, 404 NW 23rd Street. nold, 2741 SW 7th Place; Daylily -race; Geranium,Mrs. J. H. Hin- i 8:00 P.M. AnteCommunionand

Ih keeping with the:,Jheme, R.,.A.. ;Walker Jr., and Mrs. Cosmos Club, 10 a.m., All :Mrs. H. H. Graham, 1922 termister Sr., 2720 SW 9th Ter- COLD WAVE Litany
"Sleepy Time Down South,:' the Woodward. Day Sewing and Covered Dish, SW 18th Drive; Dianthus, Mrs.J. race; Hydrangea Mrs. Peter Meditation
Choral of the club under L. Kirkland Sr., 818 NW 19th Sirmopoulus, 536 NW 31st Ave-
Group .' Next Ji \1tY.for the club will Luncheon, Mrs. Susan Cren-
the direction of Mrs. E.. Ruffin be ,an"Arts. '' and Crafts Fair, shaw,.707:NW 24th Avenue. Avenue; Gardenia, Mrs. David nue. 750
'" Cofrin 4810 NW 8th Avenue Hibiscus THESE SERVICES SPONSORED BY
Jones, presented several select- which will be held April 13 Junior Welfare League, 8 p.m FRIDAY, March 27 f)
Mrs. Charles Simpson,
at the University Women's ClubHouse Community Room Guarantee St. Michael's Church
2225 6th Place
ions.Appointments in keeping with Association. NW ; Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 Includes

University City Bridge Club, 9:45 a.m., L o tus Mrs. Ralph a.m., Holiday Inn. II Holy Trinity Church

7:30 p.m. Weed Hall, 107 NW Thomas, 1326 NW 11th Road; SATURDAY, March 28 Haircut S ShampooSet The Chapel of the I Incarnation
t ABOUT PEOPLE 15th Terrace. .Magnolia, Mrs. R. M. Lawson, II
University Women's Club, 315 NE 8th Ave.; Alachua County Associa- I THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
tion of Retired
Newcomers Bridge, 8 University Teachers,
p.m. 10 a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs. Grant
Spending the spring 'vacation >>, Jr., the former Miss Becky Women's Clubhouse. Edson, 2212 NW 15th Avenue; 9:30 a.m., Mr. and Mrs. H. BY EVENING HOURS .
: with his parents, Dr. and Graves, were a number of Chapter AF PEO, 10 a.m., 1:30 p.m., Camellia, Mrs. Al- B. Dolbeare, 2735 SW Fifth APPOINTMENT
MIL John B. McFerrin is Gainesville guests includingthe Mrs. Paige Pinnell, 325 NW 21st fred Reed, 1120 SW 9th Road; Place. The first "automobile" ad of all time appeared in
Piyflip McFerrin, 'a senior at bride's mother, Mrs. Ray Street. Luncheon follows, Mrs. 2 p.m., Founders, Mrs. Char- Easter Egg Hunt, 10 a.m., PHONE 372-1575 the Philadelphia Gazette in 1805. Today, the auto industry -
Dartmouth University, Han- Graves,.and her sisters, Miss James Norman, co-hostess. les K. Hammon, 309 NW 23rd Gainesville Golf and Country HOUSE of BEAUTY invests more advertising money in newspapers
ov.er..N. H. ,Katherine and Miss Beth Chapter AP, P.E.0.,10:30 Drive; Club. 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd. than in any other medium. f

Philip was accompaniedhome Graves. ajn., Mrs. A. Frank Green, 423 3 p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs. W. D.
by Jerry Herlihy of Wil- The party was given by NW 21st Street.THURSDAY Stevens 546 NE 6th Ave.; Aza-

mington, Dela., who attends Mrs. Douglas Holt, motherof March 26 lea, Mrs. Henderson Bell, Mel- 4 .
Law School at the University the bridegroom.The rose; Dogwood, Mrs. J. B. Car-
:of Pennsylvania. The two Holts Jr. are now at Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. 2, michael. 609 SW 9th Street; : 3 :
boys are spending several home in Valdosta. 8 p.m. Odd Fellows Hall, 740 Rose, Mrs. S. W. Getzen, 2208 5
days at the beach near Clear- Others from Gainesville SE 2nd Avenue. I NW 7th Lane; .
water. driving up for the party were k 7 yi
Mrs. Ernest Bell, Mrs. A. M. .: .
Mrs. Howard Jamison of tr
Collierville, Tenn., sister of Henry, Mrs. W. C. O'Neal, ) .g +
Mrs. John Eibner, Miss Carolyn 1-
Dr.: McFerrin, left today aftera
Brandt Merrill \
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hor visit with her brother
Henry and Miss Joanne Wood- '
and| family. ;
Among those attending a Who Has theJ : >,

POt nuptial tea this after- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Most Beautiful + a : +
noon in Valdosta, Ga., honoring Morris have returned tot
Mrs.: Allen Douglas Holt Gainesville after an extended Collection of Easter \c 1a .
stay in Fairbanks, Alaska. Y-l-- s
and 'are visiting with Mrs. and Spring Separates? lJ :

Morris.parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. A
L. Kelly; Why iLibbye's <$
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his service and plans to re- ''You've Seen Libbye's Famous Names 1 Y 4' Ir '
main }n. G a i n e sville. Mrs. 1
Morris, the former; Miss Ruth T. 4
Ann Kelly was employed by Use Central Charge or LoyawayLIBBYE'S / .
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they. "were there. '
The couple recently returned

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I irony into the crash issue. It was three to From five minutes Page after- the 1 f, 1 !WeT! FULLY COOKS

I 'f ly an before.irony not disclosed publical- plane hit the the scene.ground. Each described -

Dobbs told of leaving Ocalaas Ritch said the plane's fuse-
captain of South Central lage already was burning
flight 502 about the same time away.
pilot Homer Roger Lee Thompson He said he could see three
took off for Gainesville in upright bodies. Mr HAM
his ill-fated plane. Both flights All said they saw no sign of ;
were flying the same route. life. There were just intense 4
There was an odor of gasoline flames. I
in the cockpit of Dobb's Dobbs testified that he tried:
plane as it approached Gaines- to open the plane's door, in the I Whole I or Half 12 to 6b.47c:!
hope that someone might be ayg. :
Dobbs got his planeon saved. But it wouldn't open. Apparently I .0/ C
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with the help of pilot Thompson welded it shut, he said. Butt Portion . . lb. 43'
for a leak in the fuel sys- In other testimony, Dobbs .
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After weighing the danger of the crash morning.He .
f flying the plane and calling I seemed "rested, alert and I .
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agreed that the plane wasn't Thompson about the plane that I !1Y ::. .

safe.Two passengers were unloaded : !crashed. Dobbs earlier.He had.flown itilttBdays IIJ5 can 399 II QUICK FROZEN GRADE "A" YOUNG 'Ib ; -

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( ::12' Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 25, 1964Ii
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Ii I j: Carnival Operators Oust the Press '-' MAUNDY MARCH THURSDAY 26th I 1

By BUZZ MIXSON volved. He said all he could do other fairs. that Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director:| >': I j i iH. ii
Sun Area EditorIt : Gather to Establish was observe the game and give One operator even produceda of the Agricultural Extension j'i ; 8:00: P.M. .
l 'I his opinion as to whether skill letter from the Internal Reve- Service and a member of the H.i I I' ". .'.A* -Sri,. '. I IGAUL'S
was carnival time
was involved. nue Service that indicated that Fair Committee, could a Iso i
Gainesville yesterday. I Game Standardsgiving his "Derby" game was not a order all county agents not to I!!
About 20 representatives of a Midway "The element of skill is the Ii
gambling device. participate in the Tampa Fair.!] "The I
half-dozen carnivals and amusement answer to 75 per cent of our Holy City"presented
Weiss, at one point, requestedthat i
companies were here, in problems," Jacobs said. "If you Conner take the Tampa At the urging of Winter and:]
fact, and about the only thing away trade secrets they side dollars back into the state," i will use this as a basis for your Fair off probation. Conner said Jacobs, the carnival operators I!
,missing at a clamorous meetingat could have private sessions with Sedlmayr said. "We spend this recommendations, we can go that the State Fair Committeewas agreed to get together last night!! by the SENIOR CHOIR r

the Florida Farm Bureau the attorney general or the money in Florida, and we are on from there." to meet soon and this and come up with recommendations -;' and I
Building was the sound of the commissioner of agriculture.But not trying to hurt Florida." I II for setting minimum stan-
midway barkers, the'cotton Jacobs said, any official Groscurth, at one point, said, I Both Winter and Jacobs apparently -matter may be taken up.' dards for their midway games.' CANDLELIGHT COMMUNION SERVICE '
candy and ferris wheels. action resulting from these private -"We drive big automobiles and'i had spent a lot of their Conner explained that the They were to use as a basis, a:,
After a three-hour session with conferences would be wear fine clothes, but we didn't :time during the carnival season committee had recommendedthe list of 15 questionable games: at theHIGHLAND'S
I Calvin Winter executive director seal them." traveling from show to show and Tampa Fair be placed on i
made a matter of public record. and present their findings at a
.of the State Agriculture and "The people have a right to probation, because "We wantto meeting scheduled at 10 ajn.; PRESBYTERIAN
Livestock Fair Committee, the know what their public officialsare Conner, whose departmenthas :' create an environment con- today. j
the duty of inspecting all of developing ducive the attendance and CHURCH ,
I carnival operators agreed to the doing," Jacobs said, "and complained a sore to
basic purpose of the meetingto the only way they can know is agricultural fairs in the state, arms while 'testing a baseball- participation of thousands of Conner said that if the meeting i 1001 NE 16th Avenue (Nursery for Children)
present recommendationsfor through the The opened the meeting by urgingthe throwing game. 4-H and FFA youths." this morning were closedto i
setting up standards for should be invited press. in. press fact, carnival operators to help There were charges from the The commissioner said that! the press, the only thing Win-
operating that keep Florida fairs "strong andhealthy' carnival operators that certain probation is not as bad as hav- ter would do would be to listento About 75% of all electrical appliances are bought
midway this
games urged to stay at meeting that attendance had been closed recommendations without beginning of the And since 88r'c of American fa
would comply with state law. ." I : so games at one'air ing a fair's license revoked the year.
The general tone of the meet- :would stay on the increase. "We and allowed to operate at and this could happen. He said taking any official action. that a newspaper ad gave them the idea.

Ing was established at the out- C. C. (Specks) Groscurth, i want a showcase for Florida

set when the carnival operators owner of Blue Grass Shows, industry and agriculture, and
noted unanimously to throw the had questioned the presence of your phase is just as importantas '

press and a public relations Phillip J., O'Hara, who said he any other phase," Conner /ul 1I

counselor out of the meeting. was a public relations counselor Florida-Wide
from Gibsonton. O'Hara said said.The
This action was rescinded carnival operators also :
he was ,there to represent a .; -
when Commissioner of Agricul- protested that there were incon-
ture Doyle Conner and Joe Jacobs -group of small concession oper- sistencies and confusion in en-
ators and would not reveal their
assistant attorney general,
forcement of the Florida statute
Fold the show people they could names because; he said, their governing carnivals and mid- OYti ,

not, as public officials take part contracts with the carnival op- I and they wanted to
way games
in a closed meeting.The erators might be affected.The .
know who wrote this law.

well-heeled well-dressed carnival and apparently operators -- motion to remove O'Hara Jacobs replied that he is still orne ann ItI

many of whom chain and three newspaper reporters looking for the unknown author.I
112 Stores
smoked cigars throughout the from the meeting was made by He said that the law, passed by

meeting, were urged by Conner 0. J. (Whitey) Weiss, conces- the 1963 legislature, had to go

and Jacobs to set up a meeting sion manager for Royal Am through a "shakedown cruise,"
format and discuss the agenda erican Shows. He protested the as does any other new law. He to' Serve
generally. unfavorable publicity that car- urged the carnival people to I ,
nivals had received nationwide
"give us a little time" to
They were told if they wantedto more
since the State Fair Committee .
work with the law. "We'll haveto
get down to specifics on some .y
placed the Tan=aa, Esi, on ou
.of the midway games without probation live with any problems the .
for 15 alleged gambling law presents until the next session -

violations. of the legislature," Jacobs .r
4,000 Ring'Reported Groscurth said, "We want the said. SHOP TILVTONITE
truth printed not a bunch of
\ Lost lies" that make us look like The meeting was interspersedwith -
thieves." questions as to particular

A $4,000 gold, ruby and diamond I Carl Sedlmayr Jr. of Royal games, such as "I'vs Got It,'' ;

ring was lost by an t Atlanta American Shows, Tampa, protested "The Mouse Game" and "Derby" Featuring Nationally Famoug J NOB.GFJ' rp "
I man who stayed here at .I that carnival operators games, and how Winter or n
the Holiday Inn from Friday tot were tax-paying Florida resid- the attorney general determined. '
Sunday, police reported today. dents and wanted to abide by !if a game was illegal.

*"The man, J. A. Cane, reported the law. "In the summer, we go Jacobs said that in order not

the loss to police late yesterday out all over the United States to be illegal, a game had to .. Lowest Price Ever Offered
i morning. and bring back millions of out- have an element of skill in- *

II County Property Sales On A NORGE 2 Speed


,'Dan Dixson, and Caretha Dix- perty in section 29, township 9, dred H. Stengel to Albert Wassde

,J I son to Calhoun Issac and Le range 21, $700. Czege and Elizabeth Wass de : :;. Deluxe Automatic Washer!

la Issac lot 5, Dixons's Home- John Camp and Salie Rae Czege, lot 28, block B, in Angle-

1 sites, $1,000.S. Camp to John L. Thomas, property wood, $14,800.

L. Scruggs and Nora M. in the Napier Grant, $600. The James Company of .
Scruggs to Milton Wiley and Edgworth W. Price and AnneD. G a i n esville Inc. to WendellV. a..,, : 70
Price to Frank Buccafurno r.
Loretha Wiley, property in Goss' Bedenbaugh and Mina L. Be-
lot 4 block C Pineview
Addition to Gainesville, $1,200. $13,300. denbaugh, lot 2, Oakleigh i
Flora R. Dennis to Richard L. Marge Hope to Raymond E. Heights, $13,600.J. .
Hill and Patricia Ann Hill, lot .
Petticrew and Suzanne M. Pet-
12, block 1, Glenwood Subdivision B. Carmichael and LauraT. Name Your
ticrew, property in section 26, YOU
( $8,000.J. Carmichael to Nancy A. Wes
township 9, range 19, $3,500.W. Own Terms!
ley, property hi section 28, town- '
B. Griffith and Betty Jean H. Graham and Louise F. '4 Y.v.:r lti
ship 9, range 20, $3,800.
Griffith to Capital EnterprisesInc. Graham to.George Montgomeryand *
., lots 25 and 28, Meador's Eij?' toh Montgomery, property .Herschel. Ingmire and Laura s t THE NEW NORGE 'TOUCH 'N WASH" AUTOMATIC WASHER

Division of block 14 of Bailey's > in seg.?on township. 11, B. Ingmire to George S. EASIEST-TO-USE WASHER EVER BUILT!
Addition to Gainesville '$6,000. range 20, $8.000. Young and Pauline F. Young, n<%'r : .M

James Green and Mildred property in section 21, township rx.:;.;:>.twz ryY Some automatic washers are simple to operate others are
Green to Moses Hutchinson and James E. Juston to Joseph L. 8 t, range 22, $1,300.S. ? a.: x. ;; Louise Y. Chisholm Hutchinson, Conniff, lot 14, second ,additionto v: :: of the control button gives you perfect wash results for 4 out of 5
Carol Estates, $14,500. L. Shoemaker and Mrs.
in section 27, township '
property loads. No dials
to Touch 'N Wash. For
Fannie Ruth Shoemaker
William F. Canavan and AliceC. to Clar-
get-add 10..range twoRobert 22, $2,900. Canavan to John P. Funk, ence E. Eldred and :Agnes El- \ :atx:;:-:;. .. delicate or lightly soiled loads, a flick of the finger gives you the

Lewis Denham and and Beatrice L. Funk, lot 10, dred, property in lot 7, Patton's right wash-spin speeds and water temperatures. Then one touch
Marilyn Denham to William block> B, Casa Loma Subdivision Addition to High Springs, $2,500. does it again .
James Williams and Glenda Replat, $1,600. II Ezra E. Smith and Rosa Lea
10 blockB Smith to William C, Palmer Jr. Model PLUS ALL THESE OTHER TOP QUALITY FEATURES:
lot ,
Joyce John P. Funk and Beatrice and Nadine Palmer, lot 294, 232-390 Priced 5 Fresh Water Rinses Positive Water Fill Extra Large Wash Tub I
Shady Lawn Estates, $6,300.M. B. Funk to Sidney J. Thomas, lot Southside Terrace, $7,800. :WIth Trade Porcelain Protected-entire top and lid 5-Year Transmission Warranty
M. Parrish and Mary
10, block B, Casa Loma Subdi-

Parrish to Wyman H.I I Fowler vision Replat, $3,500. I Mafth Investment Company to 11111 t tll1 1 1 1 11 !
block lUnl
and Hilda F. Fowler, lot 8, Clinton A. Thompson and Willie -

, A, Shady Lawn Estates, $600. Ihsan S. Ajlani and Dorothy Bell Thompson, lot 25, Spring BACKED BY AND THE NEW "TOUCH 'N DRY"
Sterling Dupree and Alda D. Ajlani to Harvey E. Carroll and Park Subdivision, $3,000. A 2-YEAR SERVICE POLICY -
Dupree to Mary C. Dudley lot Jacqueline Carroll, lot 108, high- Normal
warranty covers parts and labor
3, University Court, and part of land Court Manor, $11,400. Fir Shades Inc. to Mosie L. I for one year after purchase by original NORGE AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYER
lots 31 and 32, Voyles Survey, Wilbur Bishop and Frances W. Jones and Karren S. Jones, lot owner. Norge extends parts warranty to
$21,900. ,Bishop to Thomas A. Scott and 76, Highland Court Manor, $14- 2 two years when customer purchases 2
S. M. Wall Company to EdwinW. Kathryn Scott, lot 58, Colclough 600. second year's labor policy from dealer at One touch control dries all I 7 0
I the time of the original 2
in lot 8, Hill, $4,500. purchase. fabrics easier
Peck property Mary Lee Jeffocat to AngieM. 2-Year Service Policy provides labor 13 7
Gainesville Industrial Park, Fir Shades Inc. to William C. Davis lot 10, block C, Pine and repair or replacement, at dealer's Exclusive Norge 4 ways to xo
15000. Maier and D. Shirley Maier lot Park Subdivision option, of functional parts required to d TRADEJiEEDED C
Republic Homes Inc. to Rich- 24, Highland Court Manor $17- $9,000. maintain machine in normal household ry !

ard C. Einbecker and NormaD. 800. Mary Lee Jeffcoat to WilliamD. operating Invalid condition in dealer's servicing Super-Capacity cylinder ,
area. when damage is due to
lol 9 Fir Shades Inc. to Phil C. Mc- Thornton You Name Your
Sunnybrook and
Einbecker, Adeleine L. misuse, accident, or work by unauthorized The ONLY Dryer backed
Estates $16,400.Frederick Dilda Jr. and Dalzell Ginn Me- Thornton, lots 13 and 14, blockC i persons.
B. Arnold and Marie Dilda, lot 22, Highland Court' Pine Park Subdivision, $10- by a 5-year warranty! Own Terms 332190YOU'LL

:Ann M. Arnold to Paula Sue Manor, $12,700. I' 600. 3 t 1rtJ.
Burnam Hayes, lot 40, Wood- Pine Shades Inc. to CarlHanks rutf1MJt1J1J1f1J1J1HfUt
land Terrace, Subdivision $12- and Mary Hanks, lot 1, Hugh Edwards Inc. to Jack-
Highland Court,, Manor, $17,200. son Watkins Gregory and Hilda
300.Gladys M. Ayer to the city of Steadham Inc., to Charles Gregory South lot .63, Carol Estates NEVER HAVE TO DEFROST AGAIN!

Waldo, lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, block Pinkoson, property in sections $13,000.Hugh

26., Waldo, '$1,500. 16, 21, 15, 22, township 9, range Edwards Inc. to Doug-
Hugh Edwards Inc. to Dalton 21, $45,000. las A. Bonneville, and Anne B. NORGE "Never Defrost"w
Dean Ross and Flonnie Sue I Steadham Inc. to Ronier N. Bonneville, lot 74, Carol Estates w.i
Ross lot 64, Carol Estates Pinkoson, property in sections 22 South, $13,200.Brand .i I
South, $16,600. I and 15, township 9, range 21, 2-Door Refrigerator- s MI *
.,.Hugh Edwards Inc. to Carroll $45,000. Name Homes Inc. to :
EL Fogal and Jacqueline Y. Fo-, Philip S. Gonzales Sr. and Rosa Hugh Edwards Inc., lots 34, 35, "FREE ,,Service
gal 1. lot 15, Carol Estates South,' Lee Gonzales to Betty Ruth'36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 48, 49, 50, Freezer Combination! With Purchase
$18,900. Roseman, lot 27, Santa Fe Hills,I' 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 and 57 I .. Everj'

;Hugh Edwards Inc. to EdnaF. $7,000. i Carol Estates North, $63,600. Lowest '
Price Ever
Applegate, lot 5, Carol Es- Robert W. Anderson and Lu Norwood W. Hope .and JayneF. Offered } *
tales: South $14,700. Ann Anderson and Norma E. s
to Deane Stokes
Hope lot 5,
-' Charles M. Hampson and nat Anderson and Barbara A. An- Madison Park, $2,800. II FREE Deliver)'
; : :Hampson to WN' Inc., property derson to Marie DePaul prop TI

; in section 25, township 9, erty in section 8, township 10, Ruby Cheeley, Maggie Moul- $259YOU I *
I range 19, $35,000. range 20, $34,500. trie, Everett Moultrie, Robert'
t *,T. W. Patterson to Ira Davidson Stanley T. Czapiga and RitaL. Williams, Lillie Mae Williams,' YOU .
i and Marian L. Davidson, lot Czapiga to Ernest C. Rhodes Elizabeth Henderson, Sam Hen.

,, 34;Spring Park, $7,500. and Mary L. Rhodes lots 1, 2, derson Mary Badger, Earl NAME YOUR OWN TERMS! a p FFi f. NAME YOUR
i Bernard M. Dykes and Shirley 3, block A, Lucile Court Sub Badger, Frank Williams, Lizzie I I OWN TERMS .
T. 'Dykes to Peggy J. Hardee, division, $24,000.Fletcher Williams to S. K. Lindsey prop
lot 15, Highland Court $12,700. Builders Inc. to J. erty in section 33, township 7, Eliminates all l frost build-up to end mess Gg t- or buy on McDufFs

Joseph J. Seykora Jr. and B. Gay St., lot 7, Fletwood Park range 17, $2,000. defrosting chores. Gives conven- NO CARRYING
J. Willard $2,000. Willie Brown to the you every
Marilyn Seykora Boys'
ience for: handiest food bal CHARGE PLAN
Stanford and Agnes C. Stanford, William E. Todd Jr., and Ros- Club of Gainesville lot 15, Lin-; storage with
property in section 13, township aline Todd to Joseph H. Gann coIn Park, $700. anced cold and humidity for finest food keep- "

9, range 22, $23,000. and Marg Sue Gann, lot 6, Virginia F. Allen to BarbaraG. ing.. And its beauty is a bonus!
Lucian B. Powell and Rhoda Fernwood Manor Subdivision, Dalsheimer and Evalena R. Model 733-680, priced with trade.
Mr Powell to E. D. Hague, lots $13,000. Cates, lot' 9 of lot 2 in section' roes

sand 6, block 2, Wait's Replat Renato G. Bosisio and Fleur- 11, township 10, range 19, $1-! SNtf
$..100. ette C. Bosisio to James F. Hall 500.Alberta CORNER N. MAIN ST. & 12th AVE. -- 1

::.9r L. Durrance and Mattie B. and Florence H. Hall, lot 23, M. Willingham to W.

Purrance to Emmett Wayne Gil, Hampton Heights, $11,900. Joseph Willingham, lots 16 and Open 'Til 9 p.m. Phone 376-1296

land and, Elaine C..Gilland, pro- .Herbert"_F. Stengel. _and Mil-, 21, West Park Addition $2,100..' .. .


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r' Investigators Turn to Liston's Adviser, NilotlJ

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By W. B. RAGSDALE JR. were,scheduled to testify as the the promotional profits. purse as a fighter. Cherry said he checked with ton-Clay fight and would bring .I-.

I WASHINGTON (AP-Senate Senate Antitrust and Monopoly Cherry, secretary of the firm He said Liston already was Jack Nilon to see if the transferto in even more from Clay's next M

Contenders. investigators turn today to Son- subcommittee resumed hearingson controlled by Bob Nilon and his paying 10 per cent to his man- Margolis was legitimate and fight.

ny Liston's financial adviser for circumstances ,surrounding other brother, Jim, said Liston ager of record, George Katz. went ahead when Nilon okayed Under a secret agreement Withdrawal
an explanation of why the for- Clay's Feb. 25 victory over Lis- was' given 50 per cent of the Cherry said last December it. signed at the same time as the

EnthusiasticNEW mer heavyweightweight champion ton on a controversial technical firm's stock. He insisted that no Liston signed away 275 of his 500 Liston Clay fight contract, Thought Out:
i He said he
didn't call Liston
signed away promotion profits knockout.The .I other fighter ever before had shares of stock in InterContinental I Cherry said Inter Continentalhas

from his fights and apparently subcommittee headed by been given a share of these prof- apparently without get- because the fighter didn't and understand ,the right to select- Clay's MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (APL')

RORK (AP-All four got nothing in return. Sen. Philip Hart, D-Mich., seeksto its. ting anything in return, to Sam financial matters first opponent as champion and Edward Lassman, president of
to call him
contenders invited to would have been a
participatein in
Inter-Continental determine whether federal Cherry said that Jack Nilon Margolis. waste of time. to promote the fight, with Clay the World Boxing Association,
an elimination tournament to Promotions, Inc., brought others regulation is needed for profes- became Liston's business adviser He identified Margolis as a accepting 30 per cent instead of said Tuesday he is "recom
determine a challenger for $100,000 in dividends from Liston's -, sional boxing. and the fighter relied heavilyon I Philadelphia vending machine At the time Cherry said he the customary 40 per cent for a mending discontinuance of any

heavyweight champio Cassius title fight last month with Another phase of the hearing Nilon's advice. Cherry saidit :operator who had "helped Lis- knew of no consideration Liston ,champion. thought of title withdrawal"

Clay are enthusiastic over the Cassius Clay and may be more is aimed at learning whether was his impression that Liston ton when he was down" and the received for handing over the Clay received $50,000 for this from heavyweight champion

project, a spokesman for ,the valuable in the future. Liston's underworld ties, revealed -had'almost no understanding of man who brought Liston to the stock, although he heard laterit 'promotion right, Cherry said, Cassius Clay. '

New York State Athletic Com- The adviser, Jack Nilon, alsois in previous sessions have business matters. Nilons to organize Inter-Conti- went to Margolis for bringing but admitted that InterContinental "The matter of withdrawal

mission said today. expected to be asked about been severed. Surprised nental. Liston to the Nilons and settingup wouldn't have permitted developed numerous strong representations

"All four -Doug Jones, Ed- ]his contract with Liston which Garland D. Cherry, a Chester, Cherry said two weeks ago he Later, Margolis signed over a deal to give Liston part of Liston to sign for the fight if by members of th

die Machen, Cleveland Williams J gave him the manager's 50 percent I Pa., attorney, told the subcommittee was surpried to learn during 50 of his shares to Salvatore the promotion profits. Clay hadn't agreed to it. WBA who felt that circumstances .,

and Floyd Patterson-told I t share of the purse while Tuesday how Inter-Con-1 talk with the Internal Revenue Aver a Philadelphia Attorneywho More ProfitsHe He said Liston was not a par were reflecting unfavor

us by telephone or wire that ]Listen already had another man- tinental was organized to promote :Service about profit from the .d figured in the forma- estimated that the stock ty to the agreement and was unaware ably against boxing and stirring

they "were all for the tourna- ,ager. Liston's championship I fight that Jack Nilon was re- tion of Inter-Continental, Cherry Liston signed over brought in of it, even though he had up much unrest in the country,"
ment, the spokesman said. Nilon and his brother? Bob, fights and give Liston a share of I ceiving t= 50 per cent of Liston's said. $100,000 in profits from the LisPKY -I signed it- Lassmansaid. '


.Howard RapsWilliston .

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Has A a. For ThirdP.

K. Yonge ran its baseball
I record to 3-0 for the season yes-

Y ..tY < terday with a 10-3 win over Wil-
TheoryFrank 6 liston. The game wa$ playedat

the Blue Wave diamond. Wednesday, March 25, 1964

Seven runs in the first inning

Howard, the genial Clemson football coach, has a i.Jppl.Q AA told the story of the game.

theory on the new substitution rule which he, as a memberof Rob Hansen started for PKY

the football rules committee, helped draw up. and went the first four in-

Howard feels that the "super conditioned" teams such as r. nings. Robert Stearns relievedand Never ShowCompassion

Alabama, Arkansas, etc., will lose the little edge they always blanked the Red Devils the

have maintained on their opponents.The last three frames, running his

Clemson mentor reasons that the new sub rule record for the season to 14
innings pitched without allow-
t.if .. ,/ ing a run.
,,.., . \ The Wave outhit Williston 8-5
'. as third baseman Danny Den-

i a. 1 tI Lr nison led with 3-for-4, includ- With WinnerBY

ing a triple. Tom Hansen, first

\ fy u baseman, had two hits, onea -
double. Cy Lott also doubledfor BOB HOODING staunchly in defeat, tolerates 1io
attempt to single out a "goat"When
i BOSTON (AP-The balding red-hot Cincinnati pulled
All the Williston runs were !man wreathed in cigar smoke
makes it possible for coaches to let a player go full steam DANNY DENNISON OF WAVE SLIDES SAFELY INTO THIRD unearned. Hansen fanned three looked like a shrub among giant to within one-half game of the

for five minutes, then replace him with a fresh man. How- Williston's Billy Reese misses tag and ball. (Photo by Chic Hinton) and walked one. Jerry Hobby, redwood trees. Celtics snapped last at critics month, Auerbach
ard noted that Clemson had fewer injuries this spring (but : *.
in relief, held PKY to just #
not the Gators) in their practice sessions. I three runs in the last five in- He put down the paper cup of "Most people forget to give the
opposition credit. We're not
Howard said Alabama coach Paul (Bear) Bryant is one nings. champagne abruptly and an- icking." pan
Auburn i.
nounced "Practice tomorrow
of the coaches who hollered most against liberalizing' the sub Defending Champ PKY and Williston will playa morning, 10 sharp." Jungle Jim Loscutoff, aboutto

rule as it has been for 1964. Bryant's dislike for the new rule return game tomorrow at retire after nine years, looks

stems from the fact 'Bama foes will be able to offset the Williston. Coach Red Auerbach had let like he's ready for a fight at

Tide's ability to play 60 minutes of full-out football.TuoPlatool. Looking Like SEC ClassBy Williston ab r" P.K. Yongt ab r h hiS Boston Celtics pause only a the impact of an elbow but Red

Heads Stevens,,cf p-cf 301 100 Tschorn Stalmaker, cf, cf 2 100 2 1 moment to celebrate the clinch- says: "You have to keep him

No More i? Griffith, ss 41 1 Hansen Ib 422 ing of their eighth straight East- stirred up or he won't play ball .
.* Hobby, c 401 Dennison, 3b 41 3 crown'in
Division the Na- "
THE Stevens c 410 Stearns If-p 411 ern for you.
PRESS losses.In .
against of
no its in
eight the first five
Howard also feels that the two platoon , other conference Mitchell, Ib 200 Marcus c 100
never will come back in its entirety to the college game. The Auburn's Tigers, defending non innings. Sophomore Pitcher Lar- Priest, If 211 Solley, ss 300 earlier this month.
Southeastern Conference base- games, Florida State edged ry Wilson worked five innings Michael If 000 ton, rf 211
Clemson boss said that if it does the rules committee will
Rees, cf-3b 110 Wiegman, rf 1 0 0 "One thing I've learned with
slap on a limitation of 36 players. "This means" Howard ball champions, continue to look Georgia Tech 3-2, Maryville giving up only one run, for his Philpott 3b 100 Rodgers 2b 110 Surprises
whipped Tennessee 4-2, Missis- first of the Hollmgshd, rf 2 0 0 Waglow, 2b 100, the Celtics is to never showWill
like the'class of the for victory year.
said, "that they'll have to go right back to coaching both Hansen p 111
sippi State beat Nicholls State Dobson 100
ways." the second straight year. Stole Home Totals ,... It 4 S Totals. 17 It I At
I 5-3 and Wittenberg defeated Williston. .. 1003000-456 Tipoff
Noted for his humor, Howard explained the new sub rules The Tigers belted Northeast Vanderbilt 7-3. FSU's Jim Reed stole home in P.K. Yonge ........ 703000 x-10 8 4 to WinS

-which are giving many coaches and officials a St. Vitus Louisiana State 8-2 Tuesday for Auburn jumped on Northeast the fifth inning for the winningrun ( of a Series)

dance trying to decipher them-in this manner: their sixth straight victory Louisiana State pitching for all as the Seminoles handed ... '. Banquet
"I not only understand the new rules, I wrote 'em. That Tech its second defeat in two
compassion with a winner.Redsays.
should make 'em for starts. Tech had tied the
simple enough anybody.
"I run them ragged. I The annual banquet of the
Since Clemson does not play Alabama in football this year, Whip Royals to Even 2-2 in the top of the fifth on a Gainesville
never let them get over -'con- Tipoff Club is
it is easy for Howard, a 'Bama graduate, to talk about the two-run homer by Jim Adams. "
ident. set at 6:30: at
Tide football problems as he does. I Playoff Series At One Each Maryville took advantage of the Holiday Inn.
The Gators do play 'Bama. And if the UF coaches and Tennessee errors, scoring three .yy .AC ; "He's 'the meanst, most cantankerous -

players think that a three-quarter or half-conditioned foot- unearned runs. Miscues in the I blankety-blank I've The Tipoff Club will honor
ball team can beat the Tide's super conditioned gridders, By RALPH BERNSTEIN Philadelphia Saturday night and first, sixth and seventh inningslet ever played for, says one play the state's 10 outstanding

the score of the 1964 game is not going to be 10-6 in favor of Associated Press Sports Writer the fifth, if necessary, back in in the tallies. Vol hurlers er "But f wouldn't''plaf for senior high school basket-
the Gators. Home is still sweet in the Na- Cincinnati. Glenn Ford and Bob Applewhite anyone else. He's a dictator, yet ball players and the top

I tional Basketball Association. If allowed only four hits. none of us ever suffered wrongat j junior college player along
Caught on the Run !you don't believe it, ask the "Great Defense"76er Doug Hutton pitched a five- his hands. with the University of Flo-

Philadelphia 76ers, or the Cin- Coach Dolph Schayes hitter and won his own game for Six Crowns rida cage squad.
Fans who follow high school basketball in other states cinnati Royals. shouted, "great defense in the Mississippi State with a solo In 13 previous years as' Cel- Special certificates will

will be interested to know that Lafayette won the Indiana second half did it." He paid homer in the seventh inning.. sqi tics' boss, Auerbach has guided I to the high school go*,
Last Sunday, the 76ers and tribute to Hal Greer, the Phila- six NBA champions and a run players.
state crown, Dayton Belmoqt took AA in. Ohio and Seneca Bobby Bragan also hit a bases- I The Hillsborough Co.
Royals opened the Eastern semi- delphia sharpshooter whose 15 ner-up. The athletes he drives: chap
repeated in Kentucky. empty homer for the Maroons.
ter of the
Conference schools not final NBA playoffs a best-of- points in the final quarter turned J/ are fond of victory as the man I'' University of
Southeastern are permitted to sign Wittenberg handed Vanderbiltits Florida Alumni Associationwill
five-game set in Cincinnatiand the tide. .. .. who still delights in luring self-
basketball players to scholarships until April 1. Florida, witha fifth straight loss. The Com- r. to the
present a trophy
the Royals won by 25 points. handball and
limited number of scholarships, may go for three players, "They'd been counting this modores have yet to win a game Leads Tech styled tennis ex- Gator eager named most valuable -.
Tuesday night, the scene shift- into matches and
perhaps all in Florida, or at most four. One spot, of course, club out all year, said Schayes. this season. perts trounc- .
would be for Chipola center Austin Robbins if the Gators can .ed to Philadelphia and with thehome'court "You can't do that. They have No conference games are Bill Mallory, who had a ing them.
advantage, the 76ers Auerbach contends all Fred Lewis, Tipoff Club
too much hustle. pros I
get him. scheduled today. The slate in- %1-5 record last year, will
the favored 122- captain, said Austin Robbinsof
rapped Royals ex-college stars used to being
Kentucky's bid to snare Westley Unseld the 6-8, 230 Greer, who scored nine cludes Georgia Tech vs. North- lead Georgia Tech's tennis are ]
114. have Chipola Junior College is
pound Negro center from state champion Seneca, appears to straight points to snap the 100- east Louisiana State at Talla- team against Florida in match pampered so "you to I
the player who that
take a won
be doomed. Unseld doesn't want to be a "crusader" in the The teams return to Cincinnati 100 deadlock and send Philadel- hassee, Maryville at Tennessee tomorrow on the Gators' strong'position so that
know you're the boss. Then I award.The high school starst
Southern Conference. He is expected to go to UCLA, a tonight for the third game phia on to victory, scored 29 to Northern Illinois at Louisiana] varsity courts. Play startsat have to keep remind to be honored include Ricky
school in the Big Ten or Louisville. with the fourth scheduled for lead the 76ers. State and Yale at Georgia. 1:30 p.m. you gently
Turner Cedar Allen
ing them. I Key,
The Auerbach rule book calls I Treece, Jacksonville Parker;

I for superb conditioning, no remarks Ron Mikell, Mount Dora;.
Strikeouts Hurt Power-Hitting TwinsORLANDO about opponents which 1 Mike Rollyson, Plant City;

may backfire as ammunitionlater I Mike Christian, St. Peters-

no questioning of an or burg; Jeff Grate, Miami Nor:

der, no cliques. I land; Chuck Schaefer, Miami
(AP) Baseson I his family. The baby arrivedone While Auerbach needles his High; Dave Miller, Delray

balls, Frankie Frisch usedto month late and by the team in victory, he defends it:1: Beach Seacrest; Bobby Stev
will kill time, he had the knee opera- Palatka and Harry
say, a manager 'I ens ; :
was midDecember.The .
when your pitcher is giving _z 808 Dunn, Cocoa. *
them out But with ManagerSam Twins might be lost UF Frosh I Lewis said several surprises *

Mele of the Minnesota RMON without full use of Killebrew.He in the form of enter*j

Twins it's the strikeouts that has hit between 45 and 48 I I tainment, are on tonight's!!!

puzzle the man whose team home runs in each of the last MeetFSUI II program. ]
could be an American League three and has I
years averaged
Florida's freshman baseball ....
contender this .r111I"
pennant year. 131 runs batted in for each of
Mele has baseball's slug- team will meet Florida State's I'
the last three campaigns.Mele Stan MikitaHockey'Star i;
gingest team but of the 10 yearlings at 7:30 tonight at

American Leaguers who can put his finger on Harris Field in the first gameof

struck out 100 or more timesin many other things that placedhis a two-game series. The second t

1963, Sam has three of i __=__ Twins third, 13 games be- i contest will be played at 3 ...

them. hind the Yankees a year ago. pjn. tomorrow _at Perry Fieldon NEW YORK (AP) Scrappy

.'...'" "We started poorly and did- the UF campus.P Stan Mikita, the individual SCOT
They are Harmon KiHeErg S -- n't get above the .500 mark A. Lee, Baby Gators' ing leader, and four other meni*

(45)) home runs but 105 strikeouts I-i.,.. 1 until after 43 games says coach, said originally both hers of the Chicago Black
), Bob Allison ((35 home -, ,,4 i .3 Sr/-l Sam. "That was the end of games were to have been play Hawks[ were named today to

runs but 109 strikeouts) and May. We won.only 13 one-run ed at Perry Field. But today's The Associated Press National
rookie Jimmie Hall ((33 home games and lost 26. To win a has Hockey League All-Star team
encounter been moved to a
runs but 101 strikeouts). All ;z pennant you've got to win This for[ the 1963-64 season.
night fray at Harris Field.
are out outfielders by trade. more than half of those one-
will enable more fans to see Goalie Glenn Hall, defense-
And if a fourth slugger is run affairs. And if you checkour
the two teams in action. man Pierre Pilote, left winger
needed you can toss in catcher but with two strikes I'm goingto with two strikes and if a great ican League player for almost man Bernie Allen can come extrainning'games (they The Baby Gators are 5-6 for Bobby Hull and right winger
Earl Battey (26 homers won 5, lost 8)) you'll 'wecfidn't
ask my big sluggers to hitter like that believes it pays 10 years. back," Griffith replied in an- see the season. Ken Wharram were the other
and 75 win share.
,"We had so many strikeouts choke up more this season. off every player capable of President Cal Griffith of the swer to a question on what the our Chicago players chosen. De-
hitting home runs ought to do Twins three Twins needed to win. "Our bench ought to be im fenseman Tim Horton of the
with men on third base it was "They can get better bat- thought questionshad
heart breaking," says Mele. control that way and maybe it." to be answered before the Griffith said he tried to get proved. If Pedro Oliva doesn't IBm' Bradburn, a memberof Toronto Maple Leafs roundedout

"And a lot of them were cal- wait a bit longer on the pitch. Mele learned a lot about Twins could win the pennant."If Killebrew to have cartilege play regularly well be ableto Army's rifle team, two years the team. 1':

led third strikes. Too many times last year we hitting just watching Williams. Killebrew's knee is sound removed from behind his kneeas call a pretty good left- ago equaled the U.S. Military Mikita, a center, led the NHLin

,"I like to see the big guys needed a run and couldn'teven Sam had two hitches for a total after the operation, if (pitcher) soon as the '63 season end- .handed hitter off the bench. Academy record with a 295 total points with 89, two mod

take their full cut and hit those deliver it with a fly ball. of almost five years with Camilo Pascual can put in a ed, but Hamon kept puttingit "But it's those strikeoutsthat score. The mark was set by than Hull, who led in goals witfi"

home runs as well as anybody, "Ted Williams choked ur-I the Red Sox and was an Amer full season and if second base- off due r to an increase in really bug me." Gordon Rogers.., in 1959. 43. .(


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Keg Leagues With 600s MURRAY CHASS ["He could bust out anytime." i a raise and I don't think we will. two home runs In Philadelphia's

Associated Press Sports Writer have any problem." 7-1 triumph against Cincinnati.

Six years ago major league The Frank Howard story, ,In exhibition action, the New I Pittsburgh made four errors,

Billy Johnson of Servicemaster ies for four games. Catledge totaled Deposits had an 1819 set anda scouts, check books wide open meanwhile, is nearing an end, York Mets nipped the New York] which helped Milwaukee to a 3-1

paced the Industrial Leagueat 210-223-234-2061n his 622 high game. Liz Elleman flocked to Dave Nicholson for at least for this spring. The Yankees 1-0() on Frank Thomas', victory. Washington won its'

Palm Lanes last night witha standout effort. made the 5-7 split. ,, his signature. Last season Dodgers said Tuesday the huge eighth-inning single. Bob Gibson. third straight game 8-3 over Detroit

620 series. Johnson rolled 179- Dave Coleman had an 804 5 sNICHOLSON American League pitchers, outfielder, who had talked of re helped pitch St. Louis to a 12-3 Camilo Pascual permittedjust

268-173 with his middle game set on 208-185-208-203 and Billy Eleanore Todaro of Ace Elec- mouths watering scurried to the tiring, will report to their Vero victory over Kansas City. one hit in five innings as

best effort of the night. Johnson hit 779. Al Cowan hada tric toppled 212-161-160-533 to I'I mound for his next strikeout. Beach Fla., camp this Friday. San Francisco edged Cleve- Minnesota downed Houston 60.

Bob Hughes, Gainesville Sun, -235 high game. lead the Triple Tumblers I His signature was expensive "He hasn't agreed to terms," land 9-6 with the aid of Orlando Rain canceled the game between
I had 207-215-192 for a 614 and League at Palm Lanes. Her I I and only one scout got it, but three-run and the Los
Tin Cans rolled ,2336 and .., ,. .;4''1'"",:t General Manager Buzzie Bavasi Cepeda's homer in the Boston
t Dave Powers McKinney .Green Three Hops had a 611 best 212 was best game. Delores p'iSt" [r his strikeouts came cheaply and said, "but we are offering him !first. Rookie Rich Allen clubbed Angeles.
t Insurance, totaled 193-223-184 Pearce Bank of Newberry had : just about every pitcher who

600. game.Norma 499; and Betty Forest Ace I'j i 1 faced him got them. For he
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.I Braves pushed over a run in second on an error by Jack :
=- the bottom half of the seventh Eckdahl, reached third on a "
-- > A POINT JUST BEHIND Ff r? ,/t r inning last night to gain a 2-1 sacrifice by Nikki Hall and ; ,
baseball win Gainesville
over scored on an error by Rick .
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OF THE SAMP WEDGE/ /*? '" High SchooL The game was Guenther.The ; ;
A EN. T TAKE THE GLUE : played at Azalea Park. win was Palatka's firstin : ::0
RACKSW1N< >THEN"'IRY-m Kenny Emerson started the two games while GHS is now ,; : The Florida "
1-4. The Braves are defendingstate
AND YFeYN4, D. final frame for Palatka by be-
champions in Class A.
Palatka took a 1-0 lead in the
first inning. Emerson reached
Starke Falls
base on a fielders choice, .
j i .. went to second on an error by
I / '.r In Guether and scored on a sin- SportswritersAssociation
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m ', yy 4 AUGUSTINE Starke's Tied It

three-game baseball win streak GHS tied it in the third on a
, ended here yesterday as St. Au- walk to Steve Leggett and a ,
gustine pushed over the win- double by Brian Hipp.
ning run in the bottom of the Charlie Payne limited GHS to
I seventh for a 7-6 Florida Star just| two hits, Hipp's double

.r I'M NOTTWINSJO Conference win. and a single by Guent h e r.
Ntf TN The Yell owjackets notched Wayne Rick started for GHS -
! I WANT TO their second win in as many and Ed Pavelka relieved. They '

s oiwzvvTHEBAU.. efforts while dropping the Tor limited the Braves to four hits, ,. Awards ,, '
: "' aN wP nadoes from the ranks of the all singles. Payne fanned seven :
J oR soFr undefeated. : ;
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94 Mike Slaterdoubled in the three, walked four and gave

+ bRai316bhaYdiWe..w1 winning run. St. Augustine had up three hits. Pavelka allow- "
nine hits, including two each by ed just one hit.
Slater, Guy Battel and Bob GHS now will host Ocala at (J3afntsuil1e? El
10 Teams Will Bergmann. The 1 a t ter had a 7:30 tomorrow night at Harris : UU
Compete .
home run as one of his safe. Field in its next contest. John "

Combs, who pitched, againstter : -
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other Florida Star Conference Live Oak, will work for the .

fray at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow. 'Canes. Editor JOE HALBERSTEIN
-Ten schools distance medley relay, shot put Sports
will compete here tomorrow in and discus throw. tarfct Ib r h St. Augustin rb r h Gainesville ab r h Palatka lb'r h
Falcon. SS 412 Jones If 200 Leggett, 3b 21 0 Miller SS 6 0 1 lb
the Chiefland Relays at the Sole If 410 Rogero, If 100 Eckdahl lb 3 0 0 Emerson, c 3 2 0
track Doyle McCall, C h i e nand Reddish, cf 311 Batsel, 3b-p 332 Hipp, 2b 3 Old Perry cf 300
new clay at the high coach, said the local McLeod 3b 411 Bergmann, c 322 Roberts, SS 200 Hall Cf 200
school. event Elder, C 311 Slater, cf 31 2 Guenther, c 3 01 s Freeman, cf 3 0 1 lb
been approved by the Florida Hamilton, p 4 0 1 Thibault, lb 21 1 Deas, If 000 Stevens lb 3 0 0 3rd PlaceFOR
WIlliams rf 21 0 Vaughn, rf 300 Culpepr, cf 1 0 0 Corwln, 3b 20 1 lb '
The Indians will host P. K. High School Activities Associa- Frick, lb 300 Davis, ss 201 Smrlin, cf,c 3 0 0 Payne, p 2011b
Yonge Santa Bennett, 2b 300 Wood, 2b 300 Fuller If 100 Lewis, 2b 200 ,,_ ', .
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Branford, I tino. Ribbons go to first five Akrldge, 2b 100 Williams, 2b 000 Hamilton. If 2 0 0 whitaker, 2b 1 0 0 1 ; ..,
Perry, Bronson, Mac denny, places and trophies to mem- Uslna,, p 100 Pavelka, p 0 0 0Rick ', ,
Live Oak, Williston and Cross bers of relay teams. The team Totals .... 31 II Totals AAIze 3b...... 0 21 0 71 40 Totals p.... 201 200 2 Totals .... 2424 .
Starke ................ 400110 0-6 Gainesville ............. 0010000-1 '
City. scoring most points also will St. Augustine .......... 101011 3-7 alatka ................ 1 0000 0 -2
The meet will start at 3:30 receive a trophy.

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t i :school basketball tournament at McColIum, 1124 W. University-Gresham, 12 W. University
Florida Gym, Floyd Lay executive -
r i secretary of the Florida 13th. Pharmacy, 1522 13th St. McCollum, 1324 E. University
3zdf High School Activities Association -
i said today. I,I
, ". Last year,with twice as many
'" teams in the field, Lay reporteda
J total of $16,113. However, regional abkb S4
JI tourneys may push the
I II b :; 'Trr gross above the 1963 figure.

Actual paid attendance showed
753 at Friday morning's ses-
I'I sion, 1470 Friday afternoon,
3,096 Friday night, 1607 Saturday
afternoon and 3221 Saturday
F I ; ) ; 4L night.

/ Jd Also on the state high school lt111\ \
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-0Mw a baseball scene, Carey McDonald -: o. Buket.fJl.d //I !/ lV.vlJld. lltIfUlYlG(
executive secretary of
Athletic Coaches I, with taiuiits 98< Yolie 88Vb.
the Florida
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McRae of Starke won medal in contention for the title she in the pro-lady event, showing on
I honors yesterday in the Keystone won last year is Pat Meyers of her consistency for the two ; R a. $4.00 VALUE! REG. $1.49
Golf and Country Club Ormond Be&ch. days play. V
.1 women's invitational tourney The final 18 holes will be Other Scores 'The WINNER' L "REX" 35 mm CONTACCOLD
when she posted 444084. played today and with five players
Scores in other flights:
t : Mrs. McRae finished a stroke in the running for the title, First flight Freda Wyman, 65 Feet Long COLOR FILM COLD CAPS.
ahead of three other women it remains a wideopen event. Keystone, 92; Mary Brokas, 18 Feet Wide
who posted 85s.Grace Gibboney, Other players in the champ- Keystone, 93; Vivian Gord f e, Coast Guard Inspected FREE STYLES 20 EXPOSURE
Ocala Voncile Ketch, Keystone ionship flight of eight are Vesta
; Green Cove Springs, 93; Jim-
; and Sena Elmore, Jacksonville Aiken, Keystone, 89; Cecil De- mie Brooker, Green Cove Lounge room & Artificial SPRING
Guere, Palatka, 90 and Eileen Snack bar $177
all had 85s. ; Springs, 94; Ruth Lee, Key Price 99C
I Lee, Keystone, 90. Leaves Taylor's Dockat I COSTUME Includes
stone, 95; Eva Hall Keystone
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Mrs. Gibboney a ORCHID Processing
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over par nine on No. 13 which ; Returns 5 to 6 p.m.
Rebels Drop and Billie Danis, Gainesville, JEWELRY
ruined her chances at medalist
:laurels. She'had 4045. 96.Second
flight-Pansy VALUES
3rd The medalist award was the $5.00 per person 1.50 PURCHASE $1.00
Straight Keystone, 97 Martha Millican,
: first big win for Mrs. McRae. Palatka, 98;; Miriam Muttart $1.00 for Rod & Reel & WHITE GILLETTESTAINLESS

I LAKE CITY-Santa Fe's Rebels Green Cove Springs, 98; Gena While Present
went down to their third Pro-Am Sets Christoffers, Keys tone, 99; I Supplies Last! 88 FILM
straight baseball loss, 18-3, to Brooks Collier, Palatka, 101; Trips open to individuals STEEL
Columbia High yesterday.The Azalea Stage Sarah Little, Palatka, 102; Mar- Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor 127 620 120 RAZOR BLADES
winners, 2-0 for the year, WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) valene Wood, Starke, 103; Polly 'a
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... David Criswell hit a three-run tune-up today.sets the stage for Third flight-Evelyn Scheine, Charter Mon.,Tues.,
homer in the first inning. Thursday's opening round of the Green Cove Springs, 104; Louise Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 2 59 5 7cr
Martin-Moody had three $20,000 Azalea Open Golf Tour-i Logsdon, Keystone, 106; Elva ROLLS 6's
hits for the winning Tigers, including nament. !Steaham, Keystone, 106; Louise
two doubles. Fifty professionals, each Thompson, Jacksonville, 107; Phone Cross City
Wayne Hines did the mound paired with three amateurs, Hilda Jackson, Keystone, 108; I4 r/wLb" ;,
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I .Jt BUSINESS : MARKET REPORT i. Burns Blames ViolenceOn

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Northern InterferenceBy I

,, 1d Late Morning JOE MCGOWAN JR. interview. foot-2 man with gray-streaked! pressure like this," he wa;

4 N. Y. ListingAllisChal JACKSONVILLE (AP) -Hay- "Our situation is obviously an dark hair is caught between lighting cigarettes at a rate

don Burns, five-term mayor of aftermath of recent overturesby managing his statewide cam which would equal four packsin

a city which sold its golf courses adult Negroes to integrate paign for Democratic nomination 16 hours.
I Ir 17% Int Harv 70Y4 hotel and restaurant facilities,"
and closed its swimming pools as governor
Burns, who chooses each
a f1Gi Alcoa 75% Int Nick 74 Burns said. I.
II % and looking
rather than integrate them,I word
carefully thought
I AmAir 47V4 Int Pap 31% Then he pulled from a folder; after fire bomb-; a moment
blames irresponsible Negroleadership
and said, "It's serious. No
i Am Brk 54% Jones&L 75% and printed leaflets he said were issued ings, beatings qualifying that statement.
I AMBdPar 37% Ken'cott 81% interfering by a Northern integrationist -:. and a murder
AmCan 42% Lig & My 73V& lean Northerners for group urging tourists to by- in Jackson "Any time a group of juvenilesgoes

AmCyan 63% Loch'd 37 racial violence pass Jacksonville and St. Augus- ville's b a c k-. beyond the restraint ol
AmMot: 16 Lorillard family influence and beyondthe
% 44V4 In The which rocked yard. I
I AT&T 139 Mag'vox 39% Jackson viII' tine.He showed news clippings of The mayor indicated influence of school officials,

AmTob 30% MplsHon 123%; News this week. I plans for ,a civil rights protest i Jack_ you are in a status of disrespect -
Ampx Cp 16% MM&M 65% sonville had ,. for law.
r "The current next week at St. Augustine by a no 7
d 4 Anaconda 46% Mohasco 12% problem is the i group which includes Mrs. Mal- problem that Burns "More serious is the atmos-
Armour 50% Mons'to 71 of established colm mother of Mas- couldn't be handled by strict
inability Negro Peabody, phere they are creating for those
From Pines to Playground Babcock 60% Mont Wd 36% leadership to control actions of sachusetts Gov. Endicott Pea- enforcement of the law. with criminal intent to perpetrate -
B&O 40% Nat Dair 69% .
their senior school age group," body. Although he admitted to smoking more serious crimes."
Beth Stl 38% Nat Dist 28%
The Florida Forest Service yesterday gave a 10-year free-use lease on four Boeing 43% N.Am Av 52% the veteran politician said in an Burns, a slim, well-tanned, 6- "two packs a day under Burns said he felt a Negrowas
of NE 15th St. to the Alachua Commission for de-
acres property on County Borden 74 Pa RR 30 responsible for Monday

velopment into a playground. Accepting the deed from Frank Lee, district for- Brunswk 10% Pep Cola 48% I qrLb night's fatal shooting of a 36-

ester, Lake City, is Commission Chairman G. M. Davis. Watching, from left, CaterTr 60% Phil Mor 73% year-old mother of 10 children.

are Commissioner Claude Brandon, Mrs. Robert Fairing, member of the Ala Celanese 66 Phill Pet 48% "We are disposed to think it

chua County Forest Fire Prevention Committee; and Commissioner Edgar Chrysler 46% RCA 36 was done by a Negro," Burns

Johnson. The playground will be a joint county-city project-, Davis said. (Sun CocaCola 122% Rep Stl 45% said. "There have been no acts

photo by Buzz Mixson) Com Ed 48% Revlon 37% of violence by any whites. Thereare

I Con Edis 86% Rey Tob 40% always those who are anxious -
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MARCH 24 Cont Can 45% StReg P 34% to take advantage of
(c) New V'rk Times any
Business Dow Che 70% Seaboard 47% I disturbance in order to unleash
High Low Close Net Chg. duPont 258% Sears 104% their personal grudges."

25 Rails . 133.45 131.88 132.28 off .56 EAL 35 Sinclair 44% I Born in Louisville, Ky., 52
25 Industrials 819.61 810.15 813.24 off 1.19 I E. Kodak 127 Socony 71%
Burns has lived
years ago, in
150 Stocks 476.53 471.01 472.76 off .87 Briefs Fla Pw 47 SouthnC 54% Jacksonville since he was 10. He
Fla P&L 75 SperryR 18%
I institute at
II Ford 56 StBrand 75% Wellesley, Mass., and is a stew-
STOCKMARKET I. NEW YORK (AP) Shareholders Frmst Da 9% StO NJ 84% 4'sc- Sa l art in the Methodist Church.

FLASHESNEW of Electrolux Corp., a Frept SuI 36 Studebak 7% k The mayor will not admit to
manufacturer of vacuum cleaners Frueh Tr 31% Swift 47% F
r being a segregationist or inte-
will vote on a proposed 2- Gen Dyn 29% Thiokol 16%
grationist or even discuss his
for-1 stock split at the corporation's Gen El 85% U Carbid 121%
YORK AP) Steels 1 Motors, rubbers, mail order- racial feelings.
annual meeting April 23. Gen Mills 41 Unit Aire 46% :
and savings-and-loan holding retails, chemicals, building ma- The proposed split was recom- Gen Mtrs 81% Un Fruit 22% A "There is no room in publiclife
companies were strong in a recovery -terials and
drugs were gener- mended by Electrolux's boardof Goodrich 57% US Steel 58% for personal feelings"
stock market early this Rails oils and
ally higher. non- directors. The company has Goodyr 45% Univ Mat 12% ; Burns said. "Government must
Trading was ferrous metals mixed.
Gains of key stocks ran from were 1,237,500 shares outstanding.NEW Greyhnd 53% WestgEl 36% 1 b ; be impartial and fair to all citizens -
The savings-and-loans were Gulf Oil 53% Winn Dix 30% Sr 4 x As mayor.. I have ne.erIn
fractions to a point or better.A ,_
strong following a news article YORK (AP) Sylvania I Woolwth 73% i. oK N *4----------WH ---- a single instance made any
wide assortment of losers which said they are likely to Electric Products Inc. says it Governor Candidate Scott Kelly chats in High Springs with (from left) Robert expression intended to influence

was scattered throughout the keep growing fast in spite of has doubled production of color Carmichael Clemons, Lake Butler, Ray Forrester and Wyley Ritch, both of High anyone on this issue, but rather

list.The market was hesitant and government restraints.The television tubes since Jan. 1 at Springs. (Photo by Jess Markham) stand firmly mute except as to

mixed gradually in moved early ahead.trading Buying but Dow at noon Jones was industrial 1.11 average at-The its Seneca company Falls said, N.Y.the ,plant plant.is To RepresentArea j Burns Hit
crept in after three days of 812.54. operating on a six-day week be- LawyersParks right to enjoy every legal priv-
"correction" of a sustained ad- cause of increased demand for ilege.

vance to a string of record The Associated Press averageof color tubes. Sylvania is a sub- Gaines-
M. Carmichael, Burns also made it clear it
peaks. 60 stocks at noon was unchanged -!sidiary of General Telephone & ville lawyer, has been reelected Says Kelly of Jax Strife was not "the prerogative of gov-

Wide gains were made by at 300.3, with indus- Electronics Corp. without opposition to a fourth ernment or its officials to dic-
situated issues. trials .2, rails off .2 and
some specially up two-year term on the Board of I tate or to coerce private enter-
Among those were Bullock's, utilities off .1. NEW YORK (AP) Inter- Governors of The Florida Bar. By JESS MARKHAM I rate to 4 per cent before I would prise in the question of desegre-

the big Pacific Coast retail or Prices were mixed in moder- national Telephone and Tele- He will represent lawyers of In include groceries and medi- gation."If .
ganization, which bounded ate trading on the American Bradford Gil- "Citizens should look deeplyand SvingTJlrougIl cines," Kelly said. "We
graph Corp. (ITT) says its Bel- Alachua, Baker, are a this were not true, the
ahead about 8 points on news Stock Exchange. gian subsidiary will negotiate christ, Levy and Union Countieson carefully into the problemsin Are. tourist and retired state and of
matter public accommodations
Jacksonville and I think -
of a proposed merger with Corporate bonds declined.U.S. ;contracts with India for a multi- the Bar's 30-man governing this type of tax would be a defi-
would not be before Con-
they might find that'Burns (Mayor -
Federated Department Stores, government bonds were million dollar expansion of thatcountry's board. nite disadvantage in attracting "
Haydon) possibly caused gress.
which eased. I slightly higher. visitors.
telephone system. Also in the recent Bar elec- the present situation himself." Members of Burns' staff, some
Kelly said he is
tion, Robert M. Ervin, Talla- With this statement, guberna- said.He said that making motor- to the civil strongly bill opposed -of whom have been with him the
NEW YORK (AP) Steel in-hassee, was named presidentelect torial candidate Scott Kelly, on 15 he has been ,
West Voted ists bear almost' $85 million-of about to be debated in the U. S. years mayor
Top dustry profits may rise 5 to 10 of the statewide organization a swing through the area yes- the additional taxes levied last Senate. fiercely back'his claims to an

per cent this year over 1963, of lawyers and judges. terday, summed up his appraisal -year was too severe. When "This bill which hides under administration that has been impartial -

.says Standard & Poor's Corp., Carmichael, a law graduateof of the Jacksonville racial cri- asked about a sales tax on groceries the title of civil rights legisla- on racial matters.

On UF business and investment advis- the University of Florida, is and medicines, he stated tion is the greatest single threatto "Why he has invited leadersof

Ag. Faculty Icreased ors. The prediction cited in- a past president of the Eighth sis."I think Burns has pushed that he was definitely against the individual rights of citi- the Negro community rightup

industrial output and Judicial Circuit Bar Associa- such a tax. zens of this country since he to his office time and time
construction, higher steel prices tion. He first elected to the the panic button, said Kelly, "
Erdman West, well known was "and had some- "I would increase the present constitution was signed." again, one staff member said.
posted last year, and increased Board of Governors of The very possibly "Of he doesn't invite
plant man, was voted top Uni- with the
thing to do causing
efficiency in steel mills. Florida Bar in 1958. them to sit down to coffee
versity of Florida agricultural problem to draw attention to Kennedy Coin DemandNot as
faculty member for 1964 last his sagging (gubernatori a 1)) he did you."
night by Gamma Sigma Delta.
He won the senior faculty Service News campaign." Too' HereBy
award from the international Kelly said that the Burns Heavy Accepts Bid

honor society for his contribu- camp .and the others are now
tions in plant identification. He Captain Joseph D. Morgan HI, to the 66th Ordnance Battalionin scared of the progress he has JESS MARKHAM "With 8,000 accounts and only

has served as official botanist son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Germany. been making. Public reaction to the first issues 400 coins I have to stretch For Building
Morgan Jr. of 724 SW 10th St., of the new Kennedy half them as far as I can," said Fos
and mycologist with the Agri- West NeSmith is now an instructor pilot in the Cellon, son of Mr. and Mrs. "The Kelly campaign has dollars today was brisk in one '

cultural Experiment these Stations T-38 Talon, most advanced air- Decosta M. Cellon, 626 NW 32nd caught on fire and the othersare bank, but in others demandwas ter.Miss Majorie J Boals, head III StarkeSTARKE
since 1925. During years technology, and Howard B. "
he has earned the title of "Mr. Young, dairy science. craft in the flying training in- Pl., is assigned as an automotive running scared, he said. slow. teller at First National, said
\ Botanist of Florida." ventory of the United States Air mechanic in the battalion's The Lakeland senator said he First National Bank and Flor- she has limited purchases to The Starke City

Area students tapped by Gam- Force. 537th Ordnance Company places little value in the statements ida National Bank, received two per customer with about 1- Council has accepted a low bid

Dr. James NeSmith, soil specialist -ma Sigma Delta included JohnS. near by Burns to the effect their shipments yesterday. Citizens -750 coins left out of her origi- of $10,593 for a new recreation
with the Agricultural Ex- Waldrop, Gainesville, and Ca.pt. Morgan is currently in- Schweinfurt, Germany. He en- that the racial strife was setoff Bank and University City nal issue of 1950 yesterday."We building to be erected at the

tension Service, received the Billy Ray Cannon, Bell. Other structing the first class in the tered the Army in June 1963 by statements of three other Bank received theirs by mail had quite a few requests Pratt Street playground.The .

society's junior faculty award.He Florida students tapped by the undergraduate pilot training and completed basic training at democratic gubernatorial hopefuls this morning. yesterday but no so many this contract was awarded to
heads the Service's state- honor program at Vance AFB, Okla., Sen. John Mathews of Du- E. Hunter Foster cashier at morning said Miss Boals. "I
up society were: James R. Fort Jackson, S. C. The 19yearold Armco, Inc., in a special meet-
to in the Talon.
wide soil testing program.Dr. Adams Jr., Daytona Beach; go supersonic soldier is a 1963 graduate val County, former state senator the University City Bank, had think the new has worn off as ing of the Council Monday
The underwent intensive
Miss Alva B. Benson, Lake Ha- captain Fred O. (Bud) Dickenson of not issued any of his 400 coinsas people have realized that these night, along with members of
J. R. Beckenbach, Agri-- at AFB of GHS.
training Randolph ,
Beach and Miami's
milton West Palm of 10:45 this morning. JIe are commercial coins in
; Eugene R. Ellis, Talla- : a con- the Recreation Board. Terms of
cultural Experiment Station f Tex. his skillsto
the senior hassee; Sammy Fasano, Lakeland upgrading pilot Thorley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mayor Robert King High. said he intended to put a limitof tinuing volume issue and not payment are being investigated -
director, presented enable him to fly and teachin has backed himself
faculty award, and Dr. M. O. ; Frank Myer, Frostproof; the T-38. Edward J. Thorley, 1427 NE into and this is his one to a customer. worth what one might expectas and will be reported by an
a corner way "
Watkins, Extension Service di- Clarence A. Peed, Jr., Palm 23rd Blvd., is also assigned as collectors items. Armco representative.The .
rector, made the junior award. Beach, and John K. Platt, Or- Capt. Morgan, who attendedthe an automotive mechanic with out, said Kelly. An exact opposite situation Recreation Board has on
lando. UF was commissioned upon the same company near Kelly wound up a swing Gas Stations exists at the Florida National hand $2,600 received from the

Also at the annual honors ban- his graduation from the U. S. Schweinfurt. He entered the through west and north Florida Bank where head teller Ralph Junior Woman's Club, and $2-

quet, Dr. Marvin A. Brooker, with Senior the award to the student Air Force Academy in 1959. His Army in June 1963 and com- with four appearances in Alach- Report TheftsSheriff's ..Crawford has limited purchases 500 in unexpended funds in the

College of Agriculture dean, highest scholarshiprank wife, Karen, is the daughter of pleted basic training at Fort ua County yesterday.A .1 to 10 coins _per customer and budget. The City Council has
named Dr. Murray H. Gaskin, went to Richard J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Cal- Jackson, S.C. The 18-year-old hand shaking stomp deputies are inves- only to his depositors."I agreed to supply the additional

USDA researcher, as the winnerof Fort Lauderdale. He had a 4- houn of Northridge, Calif. soldier is also a 1963 GHS graduate. -through Alachua and Newberryand tigating to find who broke into have about 100 left out of funds needed for the build-
the 1964 alumni award. year average of 3.7 out of a possible speeches in High Springsand three drink machines in two the 1000 I received yesterday,

4.0 points.Sophomore Marine Staff Sergeant CharlesR. Gainesville, with a wind I gasoline stations south of and some of those are spokenfor ing.Mrs.. Dot Epperson, Recrea-

Francis Branan, Ocala seed scholarship award I Davis, son of Dan Davis of Airman Fred W. RobitschekJr. up reception at the Phi Kappa Payne's Prairie on U. S. 441. ," he said.Citizens tion Board member, said the or-
dealer and Ag presi- Tau house at UF
Cushman went to Michael John Brown, II Route 4 here, participated re- ., son of Mrs. Claudia H. Ro- fraternity asked, They were reported early yes- Bank reports that the iginal $7,500 figure proposed for
and Radebaugh his tour. He
dent, rounded out
Orlando, with a 3.8 honor point cently in an extensive simulated bitschek of 1209 E. Univ. Ave., terday morning. demand has not been too heavy the building represented only
Fort Pierce rancher and lawyer, the students to join the "KellyGo
with only about 25 for "shell" structure
average. desert warfare exercise called is being reassigned to Chanute inquiries."We enough a ,
were presented merit awardsfor I"Operation Winter Night" at AFB, HI., for technical trainingas Team" in their home coun- I Sheriff Joe Crevasse said I are limiting purchasesto whereas the $10,593 is for a
their contributions to thestate's Installation of 1964 Gamma the Marine Corp Base, Twenty- a USAF weather specialist. ties when school lets out. two were at Sam's Gulf Service $5 per customer," said Gary complete building.She .

multi-million dollar agricultural -Sigma Delta officers was held I.nine Palms, Calif. Airman Robitschek, who enlisted In his three formal appear- and one was at Pat's Texaco. Hart, head teller. "So far we've said it is hoped the build.
industry by Dr. E. T. during the banquet. They were: I in the Air Force a short ances Kelly lashed out at the Crevasse said both appearedto sold only about 200 of our issueof ing will be in use by June 1 in

York, provost for agriculture.Guest Dr. J. N. Joiner, ornamental I The exercise, a combined operation time ago, has completed his in- auto-truck tag license fee in- have been entered by some- 900." time for the summer program.
speaker Doyle Conner, horticulture, president; Dr. D. of the First Marine Division -. itial basic creases and the spend-and-tax one who used a chisel or a
military training at
commissioner of agriculture, 0. Spinks, soils, president-elect; I based at Camp Pendleton Lackland AFB, Tex. philosophy now being pursuedby screwdriver to smash the lockson
gave a progress report on the Keith D. Butson, U. S. Weather and the Third Marine Aircraft the state government."I the machines. Only about Miniature War

use of Florida's new marketing Bureau, secretary; Dr. A. H. Wing at El Toro Marine Corps A 1962 graduate of St Petersburg pledge to introduce legislation 80 cents was taken. I

trademark SUNFLA VOR. Krezdorn, fruit crops, treasurer -.Air Station, emphasized counter- Senior High School, he at- to the 1965 session of the Panama has an area of 29,306 Are Held in Gainesville"Cooperation"
Marketing agricultural products ; and Dr. Charles F. Simpson guerrilla operations, helicopter tended St. Petersburg Junior legislature repealing this tax square miles about the size of

under the new emblem of veterinary science, histor team troop movements and day College. (Con auto and truck tags)," he South Carolina.
quality would be a boon to the ian. and night air support. between the I I equipment indicating that the

multi-million dollar industry, he I armed services is rare but the "Rangers were coming".

said. Kennedy Coins Flanagan Staff Sergeant, son of Mrs.William Lillian R. $50.,000 Cottage Dedication d,past weekend saw the Army S-Sgt. Albert Welch of the

Conner also showed slides of B. Flanagan of Rt. 3 here, has I and Air Force work together in army unit led the Ranger per-
his European trip and reviewedthe Going Fast I sonnel. Captain Robert L.
AB training
arrived at Wheeler Libya, a program.
possibilities of oversea out- ; Black HI, security officer of the
for duty with a unit of the U.S. Set
lets for Florida products. BOSTON (AP) One million Air Forces in Europe. at Sheriffs Boys RanchLIVE The special forces detach- air force unit arranged for the

UofF Staffer Initiated John F. Kennedy half dollars I ment of the Army Reserve Unit 'I.defense of the base.
University of Florida staff were placed in circulation in Sgt. Flanagan, a supply tech- -
members initiated and their New England Tuesday-and Fed- nician, was previously assignedto OAK A $50,000 resi- the Ranch at 12:30 p.m., and I has been debt-free. i here "attacked" the base of

fields were: Dalton S. Harrison, eral Reserve officials said they Cross City AF Station near dence cottage will be dedicatedat dedication rites will follow at I Completed over a year ago, i the 9324 Air Force Reserve Re- North America's first social
Dr. F. the Florida Sheriffs Boys 2 Lewis Memorial Cottage has Gaines-
agricultural engineering; were snatched up as fast as Gainesville.The p.m. covery Squadron at the club the "Order of the Good
W. Knapp, food technology; Dr. bank tellers could distribute Ranch April 5, in memory of Cecil Webb, Williston mill been used temporarily as a dining ville Municipal Airport.The "
founded in
Gerald D. Kuhn, food technology them. sergeant attended Clay the late Hugh Lewis, former ing official and a trustee of the I hall, but a $90,000 cafetor- Time, was Nova

; Dr. Sal J. Locascio, vege-: High School in Green Cove sheriff of Suwannee County and Boys Ranch, will deliver the ium now under constructionwill miniature war games:Scotia by explorer Samuel de

table crops; Mason E. Marvel, At the First National Bank! in Springs. His wife is the former one of the founders of the dedication address. Burning of: allow conversion to resi- took place Saturday night. The Champlain shortly after the peninsula
Boston, 10 tellers 400 R. Phillis. Ranch. which sheriffs negotiated dence facilities and make was settled in 1605. Theclub's
vegetable crops; Dr. Robert S. were given Gwendoline the mortgage, space air force squadron had been
Wilson' coins each to the the to purchase for 20 The Ranchis prupose was to ease the
Mullin, plant pathology; and within 20 minutes Open public, program in 1957 more boys. I
B. Riggan, agricultural economics all 4,000 were gone, on a Donald ;M. Cellon and George J. will begin with a free part of the 737-acre site, will. located 11 miles north of'I'warned of the attack by numerous boredom of life in the wilder:

; Dr. R. C. Bobbins, food one to a customer basis. Thorley, were recently Assigned barbecue provided by friends of mark the first time the Ranch: Live Oak. posters on buildings and ness. _


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I ProbeIn Lutheran Plans Border Clash
University I II I

Clean Up Drive Planned Broward NEW DELHI, India (AP)-

I Holy Communion; Thurs.A I Twenty-four Pakistanis were
killed in a border clash near
ii.\ By MARTY SCHRAM "This is a'program that must(foundation. The various gardening -' are being made for the use of cial investigators from the attor- special Holy Communion 12:45 p.m. in the church sanc- Uti, 50 miles west of Srinagar,
be the whole and prison road general's office dis- service is planned at the University -tuary.
'I, supported by com-I circles are contributing gal- state county ney were capital of disputed Kashmir, official -
The City Beautification BoardI munity not just the leaders," lon cans containing rooted crews in the clean-up drive. patched to Broward County to Lutheran Church for The Rev. Castor explained,
laid the groundwork last night!Harling added. plants which are then hand- the assist in the investigation of a Maundy Thursday at 7:30 p.m., the noon hour was chosen so'i sources said Tuesday.
for a 14-day, city wide, cleanup The board also discussed
and drive Several contests are sched- ed over to the city nursery to litteringthe reported increase in illegal bet- according to the pastor, the that working people and students They claimed that Pakistani
fix-up starting of refuse piles
J be in problem ting on the numbers. may observe the Holy
'f public areas.
uled in conjunction with the volunteers mile
May 2.Under. by Rev. Frederick Castor. penetrated a
awaiting pick-up I
streets, Day on their lunch or class
the guidance of Chair- beautification program., The "Hands" program contri-' campaign to' Atty. Gen. James Kynes said breaks. and a half across the Indian
Plans will soon be announced city collectors. A The church will not hold a I
man W. M. Harling the board butes a $400 annual grant to is yesterday his office was helping side of the cease-fire line in
4 coordinated an all-out attackon for a campaign slogan! contest- the board,and prize money for encourage neat trash piles State Atty. Phil O'Connell to Wednesday night service. The Easter morning services
litter-and at the same time with a prize of $25'going to the the highest plant doning circles being considered.The check allegations of a wide will be held at University Luth- Kashmir Monday night and
I mounted a concentrated cam winner. The board will serve as will come from this grant.: spread increase in bolita and Scheduled for Good Friday is eran's usual Sunday worship opened fire on Indian border

, paign to further beautify local contest judge. Cash prizes of $50, $30, $20, $15, other gambling. a midday service at 12:15.. hour, 11 a.m. patrols.
f parks and public areas. $10 and $5 will be awarded.In Dominican Republic ___ __
"This is where slogans
top the "The
established in 1844 when allegations. of wide-
J place"After awards winning in national two second urban originate Bernard Datz-.in public contests"The," other business, the board Dominicans revolted against spread violations of gambling Whalers today use radar and OUR GUARANTEE |
pointed out.
announced that arrangements,Haitian rule. laws in Broward County con-
beautification competitions, our to track their
ehlicopters prey
term 'litterbug for. example, cern me and I offer my assist-
city slipped to fourth last year," was born in a Florida Garden; ance in gathering the facts," and "catcher" ships are armed TO YOU !
said Harling. "We hope this Club and it is now used na I he said. with explosive weapons.
IJ campaign will push us right I tionally." !LISEEby F \ '-: .'- \
back on top." The Gainesville Garden Club I I '' '-"- "i vv'-: "'.'--- 3J
The board plans to contact,ev- and other local plant societiesare t .1i>."..I'. t t1 1 ,5J1':#. .... A. You wUI always poy us o prc cdnfidenibl l>clopurchase. >
viduaUy to notify him of the waging their own "plant- ,..: tc. Via'.qYe p- "
drive. In addition, a special ap- up" contest,'in cooperation with: the SUNBIRTHS .. < \ l v 1
peal is being made to local doc- the Beautification Board and I ., mS' 1 > .' -' >. '"- t;

tors to_get. behind... the campaign. the Sears-Roebuck "Hands" +0 <<. ii;,.'" B. Our everyday prices will uwwlly b MOW ole p Ce
-- ; -<<-t .-......= of retail ( offered fc.
.. I 1 !..!.I<,. any store providea the item
,' 4th St., and Rickey R. Carroll ; ; .w not soiled, shopworn, or obolte> and we\guarV?
tt t TAX TIME! March 22, 1964 a two-year-old pedestrian from j it wEry antee to meet or beat any odycrtiwd 'HejB' ii rVlchandise
: I Mr. and Mrs. James Cran- Brooker, at NW 8th Avenue and .all ,'. !, that is identical tomerchandiseWfhicjijwo

,i WE ARE AUTHORIZED HEADQUARTERSFOR ; ford, Rt. 1, Box 266 Hawthorne, 6th Street at 3:10 p.m. yester- offer.
a girl Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Webb,.113 NE 15th St., City, a H. Carter, 1024 NW The Furniture Manufacturers
girl; Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. 6th Place, and James D. Con- ENERGY I

Erwin, 501,NW 37th Ave., City, zemius, 1817 NW 6th St., in the ,
a girl. 800 block of NW 5th Avenue at tt ea. np c
ADMITTEDMrs. 10:40 a.m. yesterday.Fire O"F. AMPLE HOUS

.t I. Mozella N. Webb, Dock Calls SUNSHINE .j*
Taylor, Johnie Ellis, Jr.; Mrs.
Hazel F. Knight, Mary W. Mur- Firemen reported they had no South Main SK at &W* tlth Sfc

phy, Thelma B. Larche, Char- calls.
0 rtr- lotte B. McElwain, Lubedia W. .J( ..-: :1-: _.

,Beach, Mrs. Eleanor B. Erwin -I

i B. Kuykendall, Mr. Meigs B.
_ w i Haggerty, all of Gainesville; ,
Mrs. Betty G. Cranford Haw- x a Gog
:thorne; Wylie J. Gordon, Ala-
i chua; Mozella Henry Newber-

'I'ry;,Mary Aim_Schmidt, Orlando -
;, Mrs. Elva D. Mayes; Pa-:
''latk ; Thomas'' M.: Stephens,Ii p:'

: ,
I Mrs. Alda N. Markham,.Olan
I Miss Loretta y-Abbott i
: .pann,-
II .,
II I, .Mrs. Donna R. ,Dampier! .
-main M 1O sot G I i and.'Son. Lawrence L. .Mann-L MEATS .
ing: Mrs. Jewell L. McPherson,I li lir
4a..o :Mrs. Eleanor W. Burns and I FOR EASTER :

Daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth V. Of-'
fenhaur and Son- Mrs. Betty
Whatever ;Ferguson and 'Son;, Mrs. i
figure-work calf
: your problem us.We .
and Son Min-
Betty T. Dunagin ;
carry a complete line of Underwood high-speed '
\ nie L. Jordan and Daughter.
\ adding machines and calculators, each

with exclusive moneysaving features. For a ALACHUA HOSPITAL GENERAL I tJt,

demonstration on your own work,without obligation March 23, 1964
1 call today. BIRTHSMr. I t 3

,1 and Mrs. Gary W. Boet-
tcher, Rt. 4, Box'146, City, boy; f$
Mr. and Mrs. David I. O.,Logan ,
S 18 NW 36th Terr. City,' a

|boy. .
Offiet OtfitltS Linda B. Logan, Mrs. Beu- 1 whole lb. \ K
HAM ..-or 49 '
601 W. University Ave., Gain ivill_, Florida :lah K. Visch, Mr. Edward C. S EASTER SPECIALS '.1

I Tomlinson, Mrs. Roberta T. .OR WHOLE IL } Colo-No. 1 cans
I Pierce, Mrs. Jessie M. Ward, HAM COPELANDS 49 : 'il
DOG FOOD 2/25'
Phone FR 2-2555 '
Mrs.: Juanita C. Jones, Karen
\H. Boettcher, William C. Bren-I TURKEY GRADE A lb. 39tI : Yacht Club-No. 303DELL'S
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ke, Mr Mercer L : TOMATOES.239r. -4.
Hilliker, Mrs. Ellen Tyler
t 7 11 1' II1'r 1 }I 1))Ifr i j1 II'J1/p' ,111 I 1/ ti., I I III I 1 11 I 1,h l I j I I 1 I ,( i 1j111j' I I I 1 I all of Gainesville; Mrs. Lucille < whole lb. 29* J Monarch Cream Style-No. 303 :
,!,I,,I,td' ,I, !'I 111, f I I'1 1 !,, I ] !+ I N. Hatch, Alachua; Mrs. Jew- 't CORN . 2 for 39' At
:; it
i'f/,11j 1i/jI i/I, / iljy.1. ,, III I I ,1111(III, I'I I 1! ell C. Smith, Archer; Mrs. ib. bottle''
/ l d// / I I 1 Ills ll l i i i II CHUCK ROASTS 45 1. DelMonte-14 oz.
# .. Mamie W. Clark, Keystone
,1 > CATSUP . 2 for 39* '
\1 ;) INIT I Kraft -
lbs- for
.. I Calvin J. Crews, Willie Fisher BEEF 3 $149 MAYONAISE 1 qh 49'
.. Leo F. Golden,.Mrs. Virginia .
ARKET : C. ,Greenlee, Mrs. Glenda ROUND Scott ToiletTISSUE

I!1,1, 7: "T. Herlong, Mrs. Margaret' E. STEAK . . Ib. 79* . 2 rolls 25' ,
711, ,,1 1, f ] 11 /111'111, /111111 I I/11,1,111 I II I ,III (,I I Lindsley, March R. Livengood PAN FRESH MADE
11 1 II I II 11i1 / 1 I Chase & SanbornSAUSAGE
1j11 / 1 ((111 I I I
rl/ 111, I I II1 l/j II
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/ 11 11111111 11111 BedfordD.
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1111,1 I *
/ 1 lb. 49
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(with $5.00 or more order)
JACKSON'S NEW LOW Everyday PRICES ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Hormel With Beans-15 oz. can
Involved in accidents reported -
PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR:'GAINESVILLE STORES I to Gainesville Police during I CHt-LI[ ,. . 2 for 65' ,
1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave. !the last 24 hours: t .. _

3725 W. University Ave. 3809 E. University Ave.. I A truck owned by Edwards I
I, and owned
Z809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Boulevard Building Supply
';by.Phil Gonzales and Son, High
4105 NW 13th St. I Springs,"in the Edwards lot at BIRDSEYE'OOD91

i.. z,_____ '.. 3:10 p.m. yesterday. Sliced t .

: I Cigarettes Carton F.rdftoek GILT EDGE STAMPS HAVE TURNED TO GOLD
............ 2 for 55c
Adding fmasCauliflower Your Gift Edge Stamps are still good Turn them
.i GRADE A LARGE FRESH FLORIDA. Lykes ............ 2 for 59c ;
1 Machinesand Mixed in for more valuable Gold Bond S t amp$.

I, IGGS10ox.' Dozen In Carton 49* Palm Vegetables Winter Garden....;....... 2 for 45c 50 FREE COLD BOND STAMPS

t4 Fruit Pies ..... 2 for $1 With this coupon and $8 worth of groceries i
6 CARTON CalculatorsALL Iver Mr. tf.French..
;1 : Fries 2 for 19c Coupon Good at Meade & WilliamsThru
Pepsi-Cola 39 : Saturday, March 21stMEADE


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Industry .

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Likes Gulf CoastThe S : fir'y.. JID',..

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Gulf of Mexico far out-da; waters. Florida shrimp worked in some areas like the '. f. G r r e a- 1 I
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produces F lor ida's Atlanticjmen were netting them from I Crystal River, but attempts to V 01
coastal waters in commer-, far away as* the Campe- replenish beds and cultivate y Irv ;
cial fishing, according to a re-ache beds off Mexico's Yucatan oysters have been fairly suc- i .
q.r nna
: port just released by a Unj-,Peninsula. cessful. Florida's warm coastal Y i
I, versity of Florida professor. Relatively new beds between waters make it possible to h'

:I A study by Prof. Robert B.j Key West and Tortugas also i I grow market size oysters in 18 > .t.

I :Marcus published in the Unl-,have been a bonanza. since j:I:months compared to five years ,', .....
I} versity of Florida's Economictheir! discovery 1950. in the cooler waters farther

Leaflets shows west coa. b|| arcus' report, pub-;;:north. ,.
/' ermen lugged in over twice asu; :,u;".. VlHfittiiigsg sity's Bu-i Most abundant food fish in 8 4 4kr C _, \.tI..:'
much fish worth four times'reau' of Economic and Business Florida is the black mullet, .

1 more than the ocean harvest Research, reviews the fiShingof says Prof. Marcus. But it takes : .I.... i
' their counterparts on the Atlantic industry in the state since it about five times as many : 1'
coast. became a factor in the state's'!mullet to equal the market Value .
J Figures used by Marcus show!,economy after 1900. of red snapper. The 1960 koik
: that in 1960 Gulf Coast comUntil| then, Florida's catch[figures show 33 million poundslof I.
I mercial fishermen brought in was almost entirely consumed:[ mullet netted that year sold ,.
136 million pounds of fish val- locally, transportation and re1 -Ifor $1.9 million, whereas only
1 ued at slightly more than $21 frigeration problems making itt :six million pounds of red snap-
;I million. impossible to compete with the I II per brought in $1.6 million.
\ In the same year East Coast new England fishing industry.
I In terms of income to the
(I fishermen landed 61 million Overfishing between 1940 and I
state, it is salt water sports
pounds with a value of 5.81960, all but depleted shrimp,
fishing, not commercial fishing.
I million. {clams and oysters in coastal)!
that brings in the largest rev-
Biggest in the beds, Marcus
money crop says. ;
enue. Counting fishing equip-
state's fishing harvest comes A newer threat to the lo- ment, bait and gasoline sold .t. Q w a Q,. 4.yaa .
from shrimp, the report says. cal fishing industry are the!
and boats salt
for ,
cars water
I The 51 m i 11 i on pounds of polluted rivers emptying into]! fishermen r
sports spent over Spectacular -
't landed Florida fishermen the oceans. Shrimp )
shrimp by especially
$200 million in 1961 in Florida -
., in 1960 brought in $14 are endangered by stream pollution a .
total seafood industry's $26.8! since they need calm waters -
Fresh water contri- #
million business that year. found on the continental fishing r 1i .
butes less to the than .
But the s u c c u lent shrimp shelf to propagate. economy "
didn't all from Flori- beds have been salt water fishing. Hunting and ,
come Oyster overGAINESVILLE'S R.
fishing licenses contributed $2.1 ; ..
,I Savings
million in revenue in 1962.

Storm Heads 4.

I 706 WEarmantlla:! Stormy EastwardBy THE ASSOCIATED weather moved PRESS into FOOD FAIR AMD THE

the Midwest today, causing haz-
RENT-A-TV ardous driving' in a fourstatearea S.

,J t after early spring winds
snow and rain pounded the West
FR 2-0433 for two days.
\ 122 N.W. 16th Ave. COMMUNITY
t The U.S. Weather Bureau said :
the storm should reach the East
COMPLETE :Coast by tonight or Thursday.] S -

. t Floor Planning, Engineering i:hazardous The Weather driving Bureau warnings issued for j :

south central and eastern Kan- BOTH
, i, Inter. Design FORBAR'S & Decor. sas, northern Missouri, south WIIIIIEII5't
eastern Iowa and west central
COCKKTAIL LOUNGES Illinois. A persistent and some-

; RESTAURANTS AND PACKAGE STORES :times heavy rain froze on high- t.
ways as temperatures dropped.
We Will Work With Your Architect! -
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: ,....&:+K.. ,. +' yop. FYNE.T STRAINEDCRANBERRY
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,I To UF Prof tfe'i" ai: t 5'M .

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iqiuitwii i winniit iii# 8K$
ert 0. Stripling professor of education -

I and head of the .
Depart. \ "/1 k"k :''+" ;
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rent of Personnel Services at
: the University of Florida has 4s iypfe ? i) k : 2 Ix
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been voted president elect of AYONNAIS ; i -
the Association for Counselor

Education and Supervision.
Announcement of the electionwas CANS,

made here yesterday.

The organization is composed LIMIT.2 WITH
1 of counselor educators in institutions .. MORE FOOD SS.DER00R

of higher learn i n g

as throughout well involved as government the United in supervisionof personnel States- r: I / YOUR CHOICE WITH: Tt COFFEE OR MORE OP YOUR ORDER CHOICE MAXWELL HOUSE FOOD FAIRLB

i schools.guidance services in public Candies LB CAN CANSAYE20v

I ,During the last five years, COFFEE I"" SAVE24 59 49 e
I Dr. Stripling has been chair-
of the national committee
which man has developed standards JELLY EGGS L.B . rr .. . .
for counselor education programs DEL ''ClOUS
learning. LEWIS

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.' Calls Scarred Florida LEWIS j1j WESSON SAVE 15$ 58 e SAVE 16$ 49 e

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! Jax RiotingBy EASTER BONUS _

EXTRA STAMPS ON $1.00 .. ,. You[ ,\1' GOLDEN ROSE
JState Rep. Fred Karl said 1 FrRt+ TCv' w S -
Tuesday "All Florida bears the CANDY PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
scar of what happened in Jack ChoiceCanadian
sonville." He demanded that .j I
Gov. Farris Bryant use his influence H FLOURLfUtT.1WITHS5.00
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to settle racial discord. -.i----------------- r
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Karl, campaigning for governor -
" criticized Mayor Haydon i..1I' Merchants .
J Burns and Sen. John Mathews ICECREAM LB
',. both Jacksonville candidates for ,GREEN>> STAMPS!*! BEER or ALE
: governor for"an obvious breakdown ;, FREE EXTRA | I _
in communications and BA
I I! lack of leadership." I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 12 -.12-0%. cans SAYE

'Bryant's press secretary Bill I ff55 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 'i ASSORTED FLAVORS 14

I Johnson, said the governor was : 4 p $1.00 WORTH OF-ANY VARIETY | $1
I, keeping in touch with the racial r Ai 1 99
developments by telephone and EASTER.CANDY 4g O
-I added, "there has been no indi lij
broken down." + r.r.rvoroAfru. 4-1-64

When asked if he intended'tomove .
into the Jacksonville situation ilJit. 'JPtl'
I the governor replied: lQsrmitiiGifj_ .

l No.jt It is still a local problem." + :? 'J-t ',! ., .: ... < '" ., ...<$'j'r.5/P'-: .i<:'h IW HARDWOOD
State Sen. Scott Kelly, guber- All GREEN LIMAS l;i. l1,, ltr. ."
,\' natorial candidate from Lake- '' : :. i;': ..'',). 1 BRIQUETTES ic\ > :,_'".;:}w 6 w..ra. !
land, said: "Citizens should look : : : t'. ri : '
a deep into the Jacksonville situation .. 'A 1
"X"f. "" -J! ::
I and I think possibly they :' .h CHARCOAL 1 i'f
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will find Burns has pushed the \q'N'
panic button. He may have done 'tt I INNERS 2/8 I

I this himself to bring attention to :{;J.iUiU, .,KERNEL{'ORUf.' ''(l... f.: ;, 'U ...,., .:.., ., ",. ; .,. '
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his sagging campaign," Kelly < ; / :f:: :tf 'fL>; : "/
said. } : ft\tti{ irttfi: tt < \ : > !\! ;: 20 LB '':! r&'u' UA SE' FROZEN' ';ASS'T I
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Mathews said "I was not so .:. BAG I Ynf; 4W' -Y'
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shocked when Mayor Burns :?! ooFREE C ': : ,
tried to blame others of us in .: '' B' '': t"I 1'
the governor's race. t: -PaV CM .,/:,,: I -cREAMp1ES39y' ; \ !e e'h

'fBut I did not expect it from .. .{ i' < 1t t.GRatl ;! j
... : fANT.1.-'FROZEtl'in BUTTgRAUC
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hei'has had publicity luck before ? ( -l. 4- '" f' TRAPPEY'SOKRA& ,nIlLE JYiHOL j
by wiring the governor ....... .... ... ....... '.' :j ': S b" ,j<,...#1'.9 y,s(...'ORN d.t ar ..h ,KERNEt. 3/489c. r .
with copies to the presseverytime TOMATOES "4'i /_: trl j
SAVE 20c ,. lRetf a's;" # ,, '" 3/89 '
l there is a headlinemakingsituation OR .1t." ," '?i ,!FRES FROtE t
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in Florida. 1 .;Hf lays < >'),.;
1 OKRA, CORN. & TOMATOES : J.,. s t1w1.1CE Ia1
f Mathews called on all -----I--------I. :1 ... : .H.'i.Qt: } ( ;i1I ..
persons '1E .
1 to"remain calm and reasonableat I I I I7oz .. z; : dN't._'". !
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Jacksonville. 1 I CANS "'"""
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Jelly wound up his week-long EXTRA .
\,( tou/downstate of west still Florida plugging and headed away : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS : :r{ I Ffcll i 1tIWIj l ji1 M ll :E---- j Mwtchnl r l-i

j hard at what he called extravagant -! I I COUPON AND PURCHASE OF I I __ _s__ : : I ..," .. : J
increases "
i tax by the last n'I I I ; 1 FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS 1 1 FRE EXTRA 1
I r 1.. I 1 J wrmtM COUPON MCPMCMUIG* : I wins.q cowl N 1M naolw CIf : 1 war..caws w n*" Of. XfT'N WMMimraMMrwMUic !
has promised to seek the fli HEAD & SHOULDERS EUI SO LB BAG-'SWIFT'S : : lIa..OETERCEMTVlU e 1\) LADY FAIR ISox SLICED 1
real of the auto tag tax increase E : Pelle ted Vigoro : 1 |rilIM hThipp.dMargarino : = / Trend Liquid i = I t CInnonen Twirl l Breed 1

t : voted to finance by the part 1963 of Legislature the- .U..Jfi00171-tr rl-TO-THE YODAfTUI1 STAMPS YOU RECEIVE-64 WITH-YOUR--PURCHASE--..<.1. ....._._rr-ro-6.1"t","Ti'fmt-"' ..\.nmrmm...2... :....._...a't.-/'ws Lk 1% Cartons A-1--. (6'-SHcki---.).43... ......-.ero---+ewar-o -41-64---Taec.Rr wnuralu/....w ......_.---AIIIIo 1ou.><.wro..owww.-1-6.c.----. fWJM_46..w! .

,'\ record state spending increases.
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I :a state boxing commission SIZE $ SIZE 2/21$
I to.regulate that sport and an PATIO THE SOAP OF THE HOllYWOOD STARS
'. athletic: commission that 50 TOOTHPASTE 24 OZ .
", wouldn't be regulatory at all but K G 29". J BEEF ENCHILADA SIZE 79$ LUX TOIlET SOAP BATH SIZE 2/31$ i
would help promote sports

I 1 campaigned Rfabert King again High on of the Miami lower BAGGIES ap e aolli 31c 53c 'BARBECUEDINNER, 13 SIZE7f oz 70/f LIFEBUOYSOAP SIZE REG 223rt1c i

r west coast of the state. He told OFF 25 CT 69c 83c PATIO ; THE DEODORANT SOAP.
audiences in St. Petersburg yesterday .' PKG 36$ BttFTACOS ; Ot 59 LIFEBUOY SOAP BAS{ I
SIZE13h $
that if elected governorhe ; SIZE '
would establish a directory of. 1. 4_ ,, "" j! ....1. '.. .. ,.. ... ,; ._.,, .. -.r. '. ....
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senior citizens,
skiDs for en- :. ..' .- >-.' .. .. "'.ill -' t
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special abBhg them training to register so that their they '. Q 'n r4 Ie ': -- ... ti .: 4I < ,.: ;.'; i." ; ;

mi ht be contacted by employ- '_ : : 'f :

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( : Y xyia x K ( Group Chester Yates was Head named .' I

MS chairman mittee at of yesterday's the Bi-Racial reorgan-Com- .

izational meeting called by Mayor -
Howard McKinney.
11!f Yates succeeds former Mayor -
f 1A. Byron Winn as head of the
committee.The .
; committee elected Dr.
SHANK E. A. Cosby secretary.In .
other business at the discussion -
I session, the committee
kq 4 fI CUT received the resignation of Dr.
I\ Henry Babers due to the pres-
sure of his work.
Next week the committee will
: '- EASTER EGG meet with members of the Ne-
0 gro PTA council. The meetingwill
be at 4:30 Tuesday at the
Utilities Operation Center.
Special/ '

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(AP-In the
I' f MAYFAR. PURE CREAMERYBUTTER. news from Washington:
*NO: CHANGE: The House re
I 81010 jected by,(75-68 vote Tuesday
E B.J D3ZEN (move led'by.silver state congressmen -
LSB LIMIT DOZEN.FARMER 3 ,to. provide $1.25 mil-
f : : ; liontfor the coining of new silver -

0\ dollars.
EXTRA BONUS1 CLIP & REDEE Intending the annual Treas-
COUPON BE LOU FOR 50 uryPost Office appropriationbill
LIMIT-,4 the floor last week the
e, 2 e LB House Appropriations Committee -
,' QTRS. rejected the Treasury's request .
I U.S. COY1 INSPECTED GRADE 'A sI to resume minting cart-
'I FROZEN ...... wheels. The committee said the
i' QUICK ------------ =-""' Denver and Philadelphia mints
,; t should concentrate on badly _
11 I d i& Merchants needed smaller coins.
:1 I.
l LIMIT WITH $5.00 OR MORE ORDER I : The floor effort to provide
GRAY THICK,SLICED BLUE RIBBON QUALITY Naturally AGED I funds for the first minting of
*w**:>EN 5T.- silver dollars since 1935 ;
BACON 2 made before the bill was passedby
MOUE MADE GOOD a 326-20 roll call
STEAK SAIE r vote and
tar wood tuR. sent to the Senate.SATISFIED .
ttiiiiiiitiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK .t._ = ;I".1111 = = A *55 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF -

I FRESH KOSHER I: @)'..-CHUCK 49, :; ytJR\.i UKERr PaooncTS -=_ r e i[ml nD' J 2 FRESH DOZEN. FLA.EGGSLARGE GRADE A 1f .' Secretary Smathers,of D-Fla.Defense: Sen., said George Robert Tuesday A.S. 1

is w ;: STEAK LB = DECORATEDEASTER :: : SIZE OR MEDIUM SIZE I McNamara has reassured him
I = = W ADDITION TO THE$TAMI'SYOU""aM WITH YOUR rWCHASf. f1 "with respect to our national

PASSOVERI CAKE, : MI defense Smathers capabilities.had asked" for an

I I "U I iiiiiiiiMD : : explanation of how a Cuban helicopter

I FOODS v'V 1- BIDE r STEAK E I LB Hoi CAN S28' managed hijacked to by fly two into defectors Key-

i r. : i RIBBON ; :: = West, Fla., last Friday ap-
4F = ARMOUR STAR BONELESS COOKED parntly without detection.
I = AVAILABLE AT FOOD FAIR.. | = IN PLASTIC McNamara called the FlorIda
; '. CUBE 'nL I DOME I CANNED PICNIC senator sent him a letter
P I: : and -arranged a briefing
W Wednesday the defense situ-
1349 N.W. -r LADY FAIRHOT MAYFAIR FRESH ation. Smathers said he now is
CREAMCHEESE 2 25* confident "that this type of situation" ,
*.,*., ,
.. 23rd. AVENUEniiiiiiitiiiiiitiittiiiiititiiitiiiiiiiiiK: r CROSS LADY.FAIR Swettmllk, Buttermilk ? ,-s-, t wiD.not,_recur. i

I fl -E =r A\ aYN r= E BISCUITS! .. 6 CAMS 4% = -,. SERVICE ACADEMIES: The t!
rbh :tt? BUNS FARMER GRAY chief
it rry < Pentagon civil rights said
E All Meat FRANKS, ,. : Tuesday there ,are only 32 Negro .I!
l : 3 I : ., : LB49i carets among the 7,000 men
J ; = = ORANGELAND FRE$ at the Army Navy and Air l!
SF12 PORK SAUSAGE 3FRESH "' 10' Force.,academies because "lots i
: .Kt t L ROLL of Negro youngsters just don't
t :: _____ = PACKED STANDARD SNOW WHITE SEA, dream they have a chance."
,,1 .. fiiiiiuiitiitntfffffftfttffttffftfitmmr= OYSTERS 120&eAN7. % SCALLOPS LB 69 But the ,official, Asst. Secre-
tary 01 Defense Alfred B. Fitt,
,, j
suggested that the planned expansion i
of the academies will !
present new opportunities for i
minority group youths. 1
"Meanwhile, Fitt said, he has t
9 STRAWBERRIES129 been trying to stimulate the j
interest of qualified Negroes, }
Puerto Ricans, Mexican-Ameri J.
cans and members of other min "
ority groups-"people who traditionally -
have been left out of

ffftffffftl KNlf fMS71t Social Study ,
*J MACvuxrau'BUDmumi vtr LETTUCE 2/29
nun> vxm ; Kit Available '
y Ill' juJ.Vtt UCH WEEK BElONG IN f VH> H",Mi Soc1al- I
A Studies Supplement
----------- l4c of
\ LADY FAIR ORANGESCELLO Kit designed by the League
\ :: ; r-44 4: Women Voters, is now avail-
IIiII II I: DESSERTSHELLS WRAPPED REDRADISHES cc ;. able In Gainesville, accordingto
r yi, y, Mrs. Maurice Ahrens, the
.im'5u= BUNCH 5c : ; League's Press Chairman.
L Prepared for teachers of Am
.em rcarawfl.awa : PKG OF 6 y I
: VOLUME 17 ILLUJ. R .: WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OP EASTER FLOWERS, erican government and civics,
\ I \" fm' Bib!. Story Library : LILIES, HYDRANGEAS CALADIUMS TULIPS :I X x v the kit contains supplement textbooks I

\ #__._.u IO.-_._....4-.144.F
economic policy and the United ;

I F > Swift'sSAVI LAWN -, LAWN MOWER Nations.The kit sells for '1.5 (with i:
: C quantity discounts) and may !
Fetihzers. 79 be obtained from publications (
RAKES EA. chairman, Mrs. John Herbert, -, i
I I ON ; '. i 3 H.P. 4 Cycle 738 N.W. 25th Ave. .. I
,Your,Choice & Stratton According to Mrs. Ahrens this
Briggs the League's latest effort in the -
citizen education field, was
50 LB. BAG 200 MERCHANTS : \ Engine. prompted by requests from
FREE Full 22-in. Cut teachers and students wanting
4 I1' GREEN STAMPS fcs .. information in the social science
: 4-84 POWER RAMA50ft. field.

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Duncan '..Hines Assorted Layer : 4. S : \ ..
CikiMix 3 19-or. $1.' ,

pkgs.24ox ,
I. Stanley Limit 1 Please

::1 Pure Corn Oil Bot. 45c SWIFT'S

i\1 Delicious Ocean Spray Cranberry BUTTER

!I, Cocktailr49e; for Easier eatin .

Osage Brand Tasty FreestonePeaches Zesty Dole HawaiianPineapple

,I 1 ....2V2 25' Juice. 3 46 cans oz; 87e, .

, Can Isljnd Pride Brand SlicedPineapple

I Refreshing Busch Bavarian Plus( Dep.) /. . 4 Cans 3Q3 $1 ''
A limit 1 per customer with
, B 12-0% Whole end Cut StylaSouthern
'e, e r Bottles oirc Yams #2'? 23 tt purchases of $5 or more

All Grinds, Maxwell House (limit! l 1 per customer with purchases of I $5 or more) .
: Green Giant Whole Kernel
Coffee 2 Ib. 118, Golden Corn 4 #303 59t.
. cans : '
t Gordon's Green Giant GreG.
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Potato .twin ,59C Cut Asparagus . canh-oz 25cSnow's : 4 t $ .
Chips r" \.
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dciirt/ specials
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Cook Your Turkey in Aluminum Borden's BrandCream ..}
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24 Golnetville Sun Wednesday, March 25, 1964

Auu15s AatAm sane\ cdT .!..
ABBY lONG UAwS 15 6ows m tai\ I'
. -- DEAR v kr rn +stwo., +raH( }'ESTOWDt.. IfJf f

What' your problem? For a sen- I ,:. E4J t!

enl reply, writ to Abby Box '3365 Sinners and SaintsaRR ti... Z AQ ,1

Beverly Hilb. Calif., 90212. ad
include self-addressed ,.
a stamped -
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'. nlo,.. Abby answers all mail. -
Abigail Van wren. Q.
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DEAR ABBEY: Will you please give a couple of.poor saps you think I should be able to buy one just to ride around the dirt c (WASMYS .41/E.:' ) CATFlSH' EYEBALL SRaRES:BAH ALWSCARRIE'S nd J
of peoplein roads? I need someone to stick up for me.WANTS SOME
some information? I believe there must be hundreds cJyr
our shoes. We have been living together since 1941. We do not A MOTOR SCOOTER i

belong to a church because we do not feel we are worthy of goingto DEAR WANTS It doesn't matter if you can afford a Cadil-

church. Yes, we do have'children. Abby,-we want to get mar- lac. Your parents permission is more important than the Q.; f

ried and live right and, after all these years, we don't know money. Listen to them, son, and you'll never regret it. l

where to turn except to you. Is there a state that doesn't requirea *
? We couldn't be married too near chartered bus from =
three-day waiting period DEAR ABBY: When our son got oil the
here as we are very well-known. God bless you, Abby if you Fort Leonard Wood to start his first leave since enlisting in the <

can help us. Army, I smelled spirits on his breath for the first time. While
SINNERS home, he casually remarked, "The new recruits go over to the e ..
DEAR SINNERS: The very fact that you are troubled by the PX at night, have a few beers and get kicked out of shape." .. S'u
way you have been living proves that you are worthy of goingto Is it just big talk, or is this what Uncle Sam offers our 17yearold -
church. A church is not a museum for saints it's a hospitalfor sons whom we have given permission to join the service?

sinners. Go to a clergyman, whether you belong to a Had we known this could happen, we would not have signed for HOLLER OUT AN'TELL
church now or not, and let him chart your coarse. You will be him. What is the truth about this situation, Miss Abby? .c'M THAT WAG-TONGUE \

amazed: at how easilyoa can legatee your aafcw quietly, with- OK Scw' tK4TEiEEL: .1 = fEMALE' COME BACK
out fJubUc ty. Good lack. E-t A ASUppIA J)r
DEAR MOTHER. am adYtieb That IM&: teswagtawvt ,..- \'ffi 60SPl (

DEAR ABBY: My parents are very old-fashioned I am 12 SJt per cent alcohol are NOT sold on toe military reservationand ..
and that 3.2 beer is NOT sold to under 18Vi years of age.
years old and I have a paper route. I earn my own money anyone
think 1 should be able to do what I want with it. I want a motor. la. doubtful cases LD. cards are required. Twenty-one is the 00t : /
scooter but my parents are against it. I could buy one for $90 andI minimum legal drinking age in most states, uniform or no nni ;
already have most of the money saved, but they won't let me form. It takes two to violate the system the seller AND the w'/

buy one because I am not old enough to get a license yet. Don't buyer. y

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O About PeoplePsychology IB Jack La Lanne ; 3 25
9:55 IB Sen. George Smathen rn

9:30 O Dick Van Dyke 10:00 O Say When
Kim Stanley in a two- 10:25 O IB News THATiS! WHY,"ANSWERS UZZ.
parter: "Does My Mother 10:30 O IB Word For Word
Have to Know?" At least O I Love Lucy n mow

three things set this episode -11:00 O (B ConcentrationO >

off from the routine. Price Is Right u

It is in two parts, the sec- 11:30 O IB Missing Links < 0

ond to be seen next week.It O Pete and Gladys =c ? 7
touches on the matterof O Eighth Grade Science
sex education. And it 12:00 O Love of Life E4C.1
WEDNESDAY EVENING Lipchitz, photographer Ed-. opens with a direct ad- O B First Impression r ai k.tors ii
5:00 O Gallant Men-Drama ward Steichen and .singer dress to the viewer from O High School Chemistry ; ,

Q Best Of Groucho Lotte Lehmann. Film Ralph Bellamy.O 12:25 O News
5:25 Q Moments In Sports clips show George Bernard 12:30 QfB Truth or .cQ j. ri
5:30 Q Newscope Shaw and Pablo Pi-I Danny Kaye-Variety ConsequencesO

5:55 CD Local News, Weather casso at work. 11:00 O O News, Weather. Search for Tomorrow
.,.ANDSI If ; ,
6:00 O News, Sports, Weather 8:00 O Marketing on the Sports, Weather O Visiting Spanish A POKE CAR JUST PULLED HIMIN, a FOR YOU? IS NERD/I THOUGHT YOU BEEN HOP NO HE'D BREAK \ UEUTENAVIJDOWN
O Sunshine Almanac Move 11:25 O Movie Neighbors Up HERO/I THINK ITS THAI'I MIGHT BE ABLE TO HELP AND TELL US WHERE/
6:15 0 Local News O Project Four -Documentary "Here Comes the Waves." LIEUTENANT fiftRKS/ ME INOURCA5 HES BEEN GETTING HIS
12:55 Q (B News HEROIN
6:30 O CD News Huntley, When one sister of a top 1:00 0 News I; id WOULD YOU HAVE
BrinkleyO "On Being a Governor." singing act decides to' IB Local News Jc S ANY IDEAS?j k_ ,
News Walter Members of the Capitol join the Waves, the other O Midday s 'r ii 1k S.

Cronkite press corps are called up- sister decides that it 1:05 IB Match Game M-+I t/ N _
O The Big Picture on as professional observers might be fun to do the: 1:15Focus &

7:00 0 Biography of the Florida politicalscene same. Bing Crosby, Betty O Elementary Spanisn tt
O Deputy for their views of Hutton, Sonny Tufts, Ann 1:30 0 Science 'y. \ .;

O Wanted Dead or Alive the powerful influencesand Doran. IB Ernie Ford BAY Y r.

O Sing Hi-Sing Lo pitfalls of the officeof 11:30 O O Johnny Carson O As The World Turns : 1

7:15 0 The Friendly Giant governor. (Color) 2:00 Q IB Let's Make A Deal w _
7:30 O D The Virginian 8:30 O Donna Reed Show THURSDAY O Password

(Color) "Rope of Lies." O Jazz Casual 6:00 O Slimnastics 2:25 SiB News "

Steve quits his job at the 9:00 Q Espionage O Sunrise Semester 2:30 O House Party 11 SHAD IJVFRANDCN10N5AND A 1J1II1IICOOKEDTHE 4 COULDNTVtXJMAKEACHANGE 1lI [THE ICOULOSERVE BLUEBERRY PIEFIRST

Shiloh to become foremanat O Beverly Hillbillies 6:10 D3 Continental Classroom O IB Doctors BLUEBERRY PIE VERY SAMETHNG ) i OF SOME KIND ..
pretty Alva Lowell'snew I ranch. Steve: Gary "Onions and Mustard 6:30 O World CivilizationO To Tell The Truth -IT WAS VERY TONIGHT Cx l ::!Ia
Clarke. Virginian: .J Seed Will Make Her Pastors 1 GOOD
j Study 3:25 O News ::s
Drury. Betsy: Robert g Sfefeffise-v is having 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 3:30 O (B You Don't Say ) !-# SURE
Shore. difficulty finding the 6:40 CD Living Words O Edge Of Night j4

O Chronicle cause of Glenn Kietner's 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor (Color) 4:00 0 Match Game I
"The Best Is Yet to Be" sudden paralysis but he's 6:50 O Farm and Home O Secret Storm .. 3a iii

sets out to prove that having more trouble with 7:00 O CD Today IB Popeye's Pals ; .c 1 = Ai
creative powers don't Kietner's hysterical young O News, Weather 1:25 O News A 4

necessarily wane with wife. Casey: Vincent Ed- 7:05 O Ranger Hal 4:30 Q Burns and Allen I.

age. Host Charles Colling- wards. Zorba:. San Jaf- 7:50 O News O Huckleberry Hound iJc325E
wood interviews three fe. Hoffman: Harry Landers. 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo IB Movie 0a --f I

outstanding artists, all Maggie: Bettye Ack- 9:00 O Divorce Court "Tarzan and the She-
past 70: sculptor Jacques erman. 9:30 O People Are Funny Devil."

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.I irLl N OUT AND NEVER r* + I

Physicians for Goldwater CALLED BACK!/ itfJn I ,I If /

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WASHINGTON We read in solicit support from doctors .....1 to the campaign, but also to "Let me check your heart a

the newspaper the other day under the banner, "Physiciansfor place Goldwater literature in:minute. lImn, hmn. It seems _I t toz

that the Goldwater organizationhas Goldwater" has been their walling rooms, and even okay, though God knows why

just started a fundraisingdrive launched.The I to pass the Goldwater story on when you see what's going on
among several special-in- doctors, are being asked verbally to their patients.We I in South Viet Nam. My heart 1 A1AKEIr 'STCVS.X..VVS c.1W J/.AfL LEGAL. NMM..I DON! 6EIN0 SHOT'V BUT IF MADAME
terest A campaign to not only to contribute money beat
groups. can't believe that doctors skips a everytime I read tOL.tAN>bN 'STFYE'e5 TD FLY: MRS. AND LOGICAL, BEING INTKNB TWITCHY TARY PEOPLE 5O
--- about that fellow McNamara. y4; UNITED 5TATr 5 HUN. YEE cv .THERE 1 SIWCSSHSV" AURCRAFTCREW AWC: SHE AU6HTX
would go out of their way to Do know STILL HAS DIPLOMATIC LA2EE? NOT CZDEQED 'TURN ME OYER70.
influence their patients in this you only 20 per KEUmONS WITH THE outIr TkE WITCH ROCS
cent of our missiles are effective O EHJPEN1N3 NATION i v ASAMISSIONAry
manner, but suppose, for argu ? How does that sound NEXT DoR... L ,- --- RpJECT,
ITS AWA JAY sake doctor did. This to
CROSSWORD PUZZLE ment's a you?" 11 1C
R00T CAP U5EE is what might happen.

[ "It makes me sick." 3i l -
ACROSS E A S I E R R l "Hello, Doctor. 6 r Co

1.City laHorid SO.Near K A B S E P A t. "Hello Harry. What seems to "Damn right it does. You v T O M
31.Brazil A L. o E T l C E IA braking out with a rash here?" i 1 l \
be the trouble""My
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seaport33.Respon S o n C A M B R I C .
12.One who back hurts,. Doc. Been "I think it's from shaving t ss \
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fails altlc cofloq. hurting for about a week. "Shaving or the civil rights (t r
13.Tailor 35.E.lad.hempahnl. R 1 D PAMPA "That's a good sign, Harry""How's bill Congress is trying to shove ,
14.Mothers L Ii 1 z E B I L E
) that Doc""It I down our throats."
relatives 37.Anest ECU TOR U P O M
16.Driving 39. iniahed A E 5 S o S S E E D shows you haven't been! "What about my back, Doc"
lines 40.Followed sitting around waiting for hand-! "Don't worry about your X'/A WAITING IItIU: HAVE WE WRONG KNOW. BUT IT'SMC2E
17.Residue 43.Needleflili SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE outs from the government""But back and consider yourself Y Ar PO TO sEE MMOQ CFFICE.AAIlc2 6SENS3tSS'5 FUN WATTING
18.Cnid person Blockade DOWN I hurt my back playing very lucky. If you wer under 'fi( 1irot) WANTS 6REEN33ASS OFFICE B ACROSS TKE HALL o'lE-R HER" (
46.Appoint l.OiiTcgcnns 6.Equally Medicare .
20.Big culnc 48.Stinging 2.Principle 7.Old Ir.cola golf. you I b 1 y y.9 4rCOC
"Hmmn let check wouldn't
your even be allowed to
22.Cape ant dfgOTCLU- Becomes
genus blood It's kind of to -. 5 a
23.Eternity 50.Afflicted meat enraged pressure come me. You'd have to go ,
25.Missile 51.Poetic gar 3.Mta' 9.EagI atone high." to the doctor that the government < -

shelters land name 10.Merged That's bad, huh""I dictated you go to. People ==
27.Peruke 52.Achieve- 4.Permit ILVkU.orobas: wouldn't say that Any- don't realize how near socialism
29.Behold meats 5.Erie'brother body's blood pressure would be this country is getting." t f t
15.Sparoid 3.15q
fish high these days, the way we're "Can't you give me some
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19.Black Hrd2LCorrtIattre coddling the Commies and letting novocaine or something for it" E-4 o

I% U Castro get away with mur- "Harry, I don't want to 1 1
of neither der." alarm you, but your back is
If r I'. 24.Cam' Iaai "I also don't sleep so good." just a symptom of a world-wide

if '6 I' 25.25.Trench Upright "Who does, with the amountof 'conspiracy to drive us all into .- -
Federal spending going on the arms of Khrushchev. We '
11 = ZI yIT--ii if- 52.Hard wood 'today and the deficit the Johnson 'got to fight back, Harry, and SOMA ..ITS 600P TO SEE/YES,K.11M1 HER LONG BEFORE THIS.'/WHAT WAS FATHK..BUT YOU ARZIVEP% J J BUT I Dctr'T W Wr
3!.Ap age administration is chalkingup now." VOU,SWEETHEART/ HERB 15 z, "t z IfJD ofa eaf ? It's a wonder you get any "Couldn't I fight better if ,y TELLS ME VOU SAW THE KHM WITH THE NOT HAVING,PONE SO. ) 5EUEVE ME. SELF THIS WAY SONIy I FEXACTLY
sleep at all! back didn't hurt "
7r 32 ,.5 s f'f my ? SHE5 MADE _
yfng "I think one of the reasons "Yup
. 38.Betting you probably could f
f JS 34 97 I[ don't is I
place sleep good get and I'm going to fix you up. ,
Matured headaches. Here take one of these r..
41 41 4 t ..S Iff 4 every
4Z.Aetuad "I'll bet you do. Everytime four hours and two before yon ? r
45 IG If1 44.Coax I read about the Bobby Baker go to sleep." a !i

munists scandal and the way the Dem- "But they're G old wafer I w '
4' f' 45.Watering "
ocrats have shoved all the dirt. pamphlets. fh j

51 N 47VCzusted place under the rug, I get a headache "That's right Harry. Read -
dish too." 'em like I told you to and in 1 I S :lI

Par lime 23ipln. iv awwsL.ar... 3 Js 43.Exist "Well, if you could do something -j two days you'll feel like a new I
for my back." man." I

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:t. Obttuartc '- -. : WANT-AD RATESPH. CLEARED. fenced Wx200 lot ew
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miles from town. 11,000 cash..

"f'J"t 3728441for Phone 374-2342._

f k J. B. COLSON atre, died yesterday in Alachua -. Things : r LAKE mod. WINNOTT bath, year-round 2 Bedrooms cottage full

1. Funeral services for Col J. General Hospital after an I .: for sale. or lease by owner.

B. Colson, 60, of Gainesville, extended illness. -. ..,.'.-, .'-. rry:' ."-. ""t ..", Classified OnlyDEADLINES Terms. CR 5-2262. Melrose.

who died last Thursday in He was born in Lewist'o w D, '. 35 Houses for Sole
theP .
Veterans Hospital at La a., and had lived in Newberry ... :' '\. .,_.. c NO qualifying FHA

City, were held Monday in Jes- for the past 10 years. He was Tues. thru FrL papers-S p.m. Day before publicationFor BR., 2 baths low financing.down pay.4

.i up Ga. a member of the .Church of ads to go In Sun. paper-12-00 ajn. Sat. rnent. ,sow NE 12th SL 372-45M.
For ads to go In Mon. p&per-1 p.m. Sat.
Col. Colson retired from the Christ i HAZEL HEIGHTS

Army after 30 years of service Funeral services are scheduled H (Minimum ad 4 lines) See our 4edrootn and 3-bed-

i and had resided in Gainesville, tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in FAMILY RATES built-in room 5-bath electric cca stove homes and oven.with

at 3 NW 24th St, since 1957. Jones-Johnson Funeral Home 1 Insertion- ............................................... 34c line E Wired Central for?heat television cIty utilities.'
Survivors include his widow Chapel Gainesville with Rev. 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c tine iii Large and feieK00" -
i i 4 Insertions .............................................. 17c line II grassed. Hazel vrt He'ghts completely Is :
fl. Mrs. Josephine Colson, Gaines- John L. Martin, pastor of the r ] YouCan 12 Insertion .............................................. 14c line !m 'tie city limits. Equipped wiTh in
ville. dewberry Baptist Church of- Total charge computed by multiplying total .lines x rate earn sewer lines CloSe to bus ItOP.
., ed x number of Insertions. low down payment. conventional -
ficia tinge .- loans. Located on North.
CHARLES NEWTON 1* west 39th Av.. West of 13th
,, Interment services will be __ St. Show,, by appolnt.
Funeral services were held In Friday afternoon in Arlington -; S Five letter words per line phone FR 3-3826.

c.: Atlanta this morning for Cemetery near Philadelphia 3if R' CCB house paved *fJ built-
I t Same as 2 line oyen nice' neighbor o o d,
Charles Hein Newton, 8 Pt. ordinary type S500 down & $80 mo. 1621
! Pa.Survivors SE 25th Ave. FR 21901.
i"old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles include the widow -
Same as 3 lines SALE
n.L1 12 Pt. : Neat clean 1 BR tram
J L Newton, former Gainesville Mrs. Mary S. Wirrick N ordinary type
e w- !2mltln.llcnopy' Large **>< -
.. residents. down. $M
: berry; two daughters, Mrs. You 4 lines 1I1o evenings 374-3485. monthly.

" The child was struck by an Margaret Pendarvis, Miami, 18 I rt.ordinary type NEED SPACE 3 bedroom home.

auto Monday morning in Atlanta. -and Mrs. Ruth Hanlin, Pav- plenty bortlood.of storeg,, quIet -ali

enna, Ohio; a brother, A. C. 24 Pt Same -* 5 lines _!!L FR 22J:2.NW 2nd
Newton was with the Metropolitan II ordinary type
Wirrick Lewistown Pa.
; one 1 STORYRED
We Insurance Corns Mrs. Carolyn Patton,

pany while in Gainesville and Milton, Pa.; four grandchildrenand The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
was assistant of the incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In adver. BRICKFireplace
manager eight great-grandchildren. tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied
' company's office here. They liv- by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will ,

ed at 1042 N. E. 20th Ave. here. ISABELLE MCLEAN !the? l"SdtMel advertisement.errors that do not materially effect the value of In very large kitchen oak with floors-built

Besides the parents, other Funeral service for Mrs. Isabelle porch appilances can be converted rear screened Into

survivors include a brother, Irene McLean, 53, who i The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- acy.Fla. 3 room-*rear large patio bedrooms for prlv-
lectlng very
Charles, and two sisters, Laura -died yesterday in the University iff11tSev 2V any the classlflc.tlon advertisement! c>which any It advertisement downs oblectlon.1 l from that and or-to ready baths. to Floored convert upstairs Into 4th end 2

.and' Amy. An Atlanta address of Florida Teaching Hospital Hire! conform to the policy of the paper. 5th needed.bedroom LIKE or NEW play room and as

for the family was not after: a short illness, will be I LIKE OLD yard and inside landsc.-.

I It In few hours live In, _... _a Ing. Frankly we wonder If
available this morning. tomorrow at 2 p jn. at the Jones- love this boat-neckline shift all.lImm.r. ----- -----.-. I)' I did "not make a mistake when

Johnson Chapel.Dr. Note smooth hip pock 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 16-Work Wanted Female they valued this property at only -
EUGENE ATKINS eta with bias trim. For cotton HI"002Im !lust $1.000. down
\ U. S. Gordon pastor of drip-dry blends. closing costs.
I No
Service for Eugene T. At Longer CHRISTIAN white woman as attendant may drive past 436 NE tOilS
I the First Presbyterian Church, Printed Pattern 9070: in church nursery. EXPERIENCED Medical TechnIcian Ave. for an Idea of the value.
kins, 59, who died yesterday, Burial will be in Sell! Misses' Sizes 10. 12 U. 14, IS. Part-time. Call 374-01K or 372- desires' Position with prIvate then call FR2472 for an CO-
will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow -will officiate. Size 16 requires 3% yard 35- 0144. practIcIng doctor or ago- poIntment to I" inside (It looks
I Hillcrest Memorial Park. Inch fabric. ratory. phone ,27 1. even better).
at the Williams-Thomas WANTED: Reliable white house- YOUNG Warner. W. W.seman-Realtor
Pallbearers are Russell P. FIFTY CENTS In coin for keeper and babysitter 4 daysa general woman office desl.experience, Pies 1113 N. Main St.
Funeral Home.Officiating this pattern-add 15 cents for each week. Phone FR 2-2940 after ; enoy -
I will be Rev. N. B. Henessey, Joel N. Greene, Tom I and pattern for flnt
Langford. Burial will be in Ft. Collar, W. C. Scofield, Jack R. Marian special Martin handling.Gainesville Send Sun to transportation. _top. Call 44- l', Waldo' Fla. and 6-4f30.take up payments. Call FR

Shadburn and Tommy Meed-- Pattern Dept., 232 West Isth St., MAID living in Stephen Foster
McCoy Cemetery. New York 11. N.Y. Print plainly Area part.tlme afternoons references 18 Schools & Instructions FORSale by
owner. J BR.,
NAME health card. Call and
Pallbearers are Sidney Mar- ham.Mrs. or SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. leave your name and addres concrete block home on Ig

tin,. Mike Kuzma, Charles Pal- McLean was a native of YOUR FREE PATTERN IS &someone phone will number contact at 372-4363 & 1 1st Lesson Free S5thTerr.corner lot. NW FR 4-217 section.. 1730 NW
choose It from 250 design you. _
: mour Jerome Hoffman, Clay. Uniontown, Pa. She had lived Ideas In new SPRING SUM- Harvey's Real Estate FR"lt or rent. 3 B,.. house.
MER Pattern Catalog |just out LICENSE COURSE 5i21-mo. rent or M0
ton and Wilmont Webb. here five down.
Guynn years.Survivors Dresses 12 Mile Help Wanted "OWEU-'S .224 NE
sportswear coat *, BUSINESS COLLEGE 12th St. FrL & Sat. 1*
Atkins was born in Hawthorne include her husband morel Send 50 cents now. 211 w.- *"**. Ave. FR -3507' P.m. Sun. 12-2 p.m.

and was a lifelong' resident Ralph; her parents, Mr. -and Heed SALESMAN wanted: Attractive 372-3727. IDYLWILD.fenced S1J.SOO. 3 BR. 2 bath.
LEARN back
of Alachua County. He Mrs. Granville K. Eaton of Or- 8 Baby!>> Sitters Child Car. proposition to Insurance salesman SECRETARIAL courses .EARN speed hardwood floors. M21 dbl.SW carport.20th
or real estate salesman. writing .St.. FR 2-3001 after 3
conductor for the Atlantic Robert Cowartof Rent 'shorthand c I asses'now p.rn.

was a lando; one son, Call 376-3507 for appointment. forming.
\ WORTHINGTON Howell's. BusIness FOR
only $450
down. $?|J7
Coast Line Railroad. Winter Park; seven brothers, ALACHUA Automobile m e c h ante wanted. College 21' W. Univ. Ave. month payments you can qua per
Survivors include his wife BABY-sitting In private home Salary and commission. fit S. lify for 4 BR. 2 bath home, ISO
,, Joe Eaton, California; Jimmy 1 with fenced back yard. Loving E. 4th St. Al Herndon Service 22 Special. ,Services NW 33th Terr. Will paint Inside

Thelma; one brother, W. J. of I Eaton, Arlington, Va.; Wendell, _care., location.Reasonable LaCross rates.Fla. 4421577 Station. 'J' a to.outside see call completely.372-0431., For appt.

High Springs; and two sisters Warren and George Eaton, all ROUTE MAN for established "LIKE NEW. That's what you'll
I COMPETENT mother, will care city route. Experience desirable lay about l clothes cleaned at FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR.
Mrs. Dorothy Thomas of I of Washington, D.C., Russell for children. Days or after but not necessary. Transportation AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 home located In Westmoreland
Geneva and Mrs. Alma Clay schooL Reasonable. In my f u r n I shed. Hendrlx hr. service free pickup and Estates. On city sewers paved
and Kirk Eaton of Orlando. home. 909 S. E. 1st Ave. FR 4- Furniture Co. delivery; AIR-WAY costs less ,ISO 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family

ton of Wildwood. Also three sisters, Mrs. W. K. 1.WILL SALES REPRESENTATIVEThis _202 S.E. 14th St. FR 5-5165. Rm. & living Rm., dining area.
4- He was a member of the .. .: keep pre-school child In heat built-in kitchen Including -
i Lankford Jacksonville; Mrs. t' .' my home for working mother. Is an opportunity for a 27 Feed & Fertilizer GE dishwasher. 2 court
Hawthorne Baptist Church. Pollock Washington 2910 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 374-W8. young man 24-05 married, with yards walk to schools. close to
Margaret college background to affiliate U of F .& medical center FHA
I D.C. and Mrs. Jean Colburn, 't RELIABLE sitter wishes to care with a national organization asa DARy: FERTILIZER MOO per $22,700. Down payment $1,700.
,- or small children in Immediate
\ ; sales representative. The openIng yard. S1.2S per bag. Phone 374- occupancy. Drive by
NEWBERRY Herbert Ray Arlington, Va. 4-3897.home. Reasonable call FR Is in Gainesville and Involves 5555. 1027 NW 4Dth Drive. Cal! Butler
contacts with companies Brothers 372-H4J ) mond Wirrick, 76, owner and I; She was a member of the WILL care for children In my with no door to I The First Church. Or Use home five days a week. $8 per licitation. This Is high caliber
of the Presbyterian
operator Newberry _weeK. 311 SE 48th St.Employment. selling and Is a permanent good GLADYS SMITH
salaried position. A car Is fur REGISTERED three year old
rushed with expenses and fringe Hereford bull. Good breeding. Newberry Road: Quality home
Plan ClassIn benefits offered. Interviews by Reasonable. Phone FR 4-3371. complete In every detail. Excel-
DialCLASSIFIED appt. only. Please call 3761286for lent construction.: Large lot with
appt., or submit resume to many trees and shrubs. Three
P.O. Box 314. Blue Cross-Blue 30 PETS & SUPPLIES bedrooms two tile baths. Extra
Fitness 11 FEMALE
HELP WANTED Shield Gainesville. An equal large Florida:! Room. Carpeted
opportunity employer. EASTER bunny rabbits for sale living room with fireplace. Complete -
BEAUTYDEMONSTRATORS $1.50 to $2.00. Mr. B. T. THUS built-in kitchen. Hardwood
Alachua Earn up to $5 per hour demon- ROUTE man wanted. Good phy Jr. Rochelle, Fla. 374-0705. floors. 2W well. The Owner has
steal condition 21 to 35. Married
reduced the price and wants to
strafing famous Studio Girl
must be bondable. High school GERMAN shepherd pups. -AKC' SELL Calf 3725393for
of Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. education preferred. Apply 244 registered. Bred for Temper. pointment to ap-.
: ALACHUA A group Phone 374-4334 after 4. see this fine bargain
SW 3th St.APPRENTICE. ment and Quality. See at 3501 In a home.
I North Alachua County residents WOMAN to care for 2 children In for N. W. llth Terr or Phone FR
I child's home S days wk. $24 photogr.phylaboratory. 6-7380. Black Acres: Contemporary home
will launch Into a weekly program MImlmum salary totrain.
built to
Ptt. 372-3711. last. Excellent In all of physical fitness Mon Write letter applicationBox 33 LOTS FOR SALE tails. Easy to heat and cool.
381.A, Gainesville Sun.
WANTED responsible maid for Large living area with fireplaceand
day night in Santa Fe High 376.4672 permanent lob. child care and ROUTE salesman for established 100 x 100 LOT., trees ready to overlooking a secluded gar.
School. general house work. Mrs. 11 a.m. route. No experience. Will build, NW sect on paved St. In den. B e a u tl fyI kitchen with,
I to 7 p.m. 4 days weekly. f a.m. train. Familiar with Ocala & city limits. Restricted. ReasOtt- breakfast room. Three extra
They'll be guided by the Pres to noon 2 days. References and surroundings. Salary & comm. able. Phone FR 2-0982 before I large bedrooms two tile baths.
transportation required. Call financing either conven
Apply at 131* S. Main St. 5.09 AJK.
or after
5 P.M.
ident's physical fitness book. FR 47470.CASHIER P. M. to 8:00 PM. final or FHA. Let us show you

1 The class will long TYPIST. ROUTE for established FOR SALE 1 acre land Rainbow this modern home today. Phone
run as as permanent man Lakes Estates 372-5373 for an appointment.
position for experiencedor route. 21 to 35 yrs. Must telling for
1t people participate.The well-trained high school gra be married. Apply 1847 S. Main SL495. Will sell for $2,000 cash GLADYS REALTOR
or $900 and take SMITH
t duate. Shorthand helpful. Must American Bakery Co. over .pay-
weekly Monday night ses ments Phone ,
1i have pleasant personality I ability 372-4445 MULTIPLE LISTING
sions will include an exercise Sell Fastwith I to meet the public. Inter MARRIED man age 25-55 for com ASSOCIATES;
citing work. pleasant office. bination Insurance debit. ExperIence 34 Waterfront Property Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon
i period and a time for lectures For prompt Interview phone helpful but not essential. Caroline Noyes Florence Burns
Call 373-7147 for Interview. 1KB w. University 377-5393
Mr. Allen, Sun Finance. 372. _
on personal appearance and fit 3541. LAKE LOTS FOR ALE
I = OSBORN FOR sale or rent beautiful rural

ness. WAITRESS wanted. Apply In per. 13-Help Male or Female 30 minutes from* Gainesville, home furnished. Out of thj

ACL Counsel Interested residents can en Announcements son Hawthorne.at Cookies Truck TerminalIn Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom to world Santa for Fe scenic lake.beauty.A heart's Access desire -

lake. Good beach front, for living. G. P. RIppey,
ahead of time
roll by telephoning
Exp. secretaries salary open moss covered trees.
SHORT OF CASH Melrose Fla. Ph. 475-5571.
To OnConservatism Mrs. Georgia Croley of Ala WORK mornings or afternoons In Cashler-hostu attractive
I Speak 3 LOST FOUND your neighborhood e r ving White housekeeper m wk. Call. WALTER STUB8S., INC. CHOICE WESTMORELAND
chua at 462-1207 or when the Avon customers. Housewives Bookkeeper, salary open _376-5394 ESTATE
I m l Ie lemon pointer bird dog, preferred. No experience neces- Exp. waltres', salary a> comm. j : .. FOR sale by owner. reflnancable.
Personto I -
group meets Monday night 1 female setter lemon color. sary. Call Mrs. Burns FR 2-0421. Exp. mechanics -WJNFRED H. CRAWFORD.* 4 BR. 3/level 2000 sq. ft. plus!
About 20 already have Reward offered. Call 472-2377._ Store trainee hi sent. grad. Reg. Broker: specallzlng 'In double garage, central heat I. air.
} persons EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERERS. Off. trainee M schL grad. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- conditioning. You must see the
Prime F. Osborn, vice president I- enrolled, Mrs. Croley said this 4 Personalized Services Openings available et Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. AGE. 3 miles No. of Mel rote, extras. For appointment call
I Sperry. Typing and and general counsel for morning. skills necessary. Starting salary Short order grill man _
the Atlantic Coast Line Rail I LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at- based on experience. Submit resume Insurance trainee. S100 wk. lot on ,the Suwennee BY OWNER. 3-bedroom bath

tentlon to in confidence, or telephone Route salesman Levy Co. River at Rock Bluff. Call 374- home at IMS SE 28th Place.
I road, will speak Thursday at DetergentsBan Way nervous Driving SchooL or eld.rty.Easy FR 372-0411. Ext. 225 for CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. 4140._ Fenced In back yard. Central
I appointment. EQUAL OPPOR- 120 SE 1st Ave. heat. Available April 25. S3CO
27002. Lie State
by of Fla.
8:15 p.m. in the Florida Union TUNITY EMPLOYER. Phone 37t234 FORDYCETHIS down no closing cost. $82 per
Sought IN GAINESVILLE Ira MAN or woman for pert-time 2 bedroom home with 144" mOo Phone_3724527.
Auditorium. ODI'S PHARMACY YOUNG MAN 23-25 College de collection work. Must have lake frontage 1* the only one tf''
114 Central gree. Immediate lob. Apply I credit experience. Apply In per- Its kind. Spacious kitchen, din- 113 NW 25th St. Neer campus. 3
"Free Plaza
speech, Enterprisevs. TALLAHASSEE AP PersonWANT PERSONNEL CENTER. 102 N. .den, central heat. $450
( ) The (next to Wlnn-Dlxie) son. J. M. Fields Credit Dept. Ing room combination Florida BR.
the Welfare State," is one 1965 legislature will be asked to For prescriptions & cosmetics W. 2nd Ave. 372-4377. room. attractive HvJng roomIII down $30 mo. to FHA qualified
PL... DRUGSTORE SECRETARY wanted. evperlenced STENOGRAPHERS SECRETARIES centrally heated and air. ,con Buyer. 377-7169._
of a series being sponsored by; ban CLERK-TYPISTS CASK- ditioned. Consult. - '
sale or use in Florida of so- In using IBM typewriter -
ANGLEWOOD by owner. 3 BR. 2
the University of Florida Cam called hard detergents, a special 6 SFICIAL NOTICES use equipment.shorthand Must efficiently. Experience years office experience legal., 374-1234 bath, Price 117,800. MOO down.

pus Conservative Club. House committee absolutely necessary. banking. Insurance mortgage Call 372-2727._ ___ _
on water SACRIFICE equity m like new Write box 376-A Gainesville Sun. loan. automotive. finance er related FOR SALE. have e few lots left
The talk will deal with the resources reported. 1f64 model white automatic ZJg experience. Call 372-4377 on Beautiful Lake Santa Fe.
Zag sewing machine in Console EARN up to ISO e week. Full or for appt. 10-12 P.M. Monday. Don't miss I finest FRED
role of conservatism in the future IngMCt
I- Chairman Rep. Allison Strick cabinet. Does everything. Reason pert-time. No soliciting or collecting through Friday.PERSONNEL. property in fish 1 of the .
of the nation. The publicis for selling leaving town April car neccessary. Call FR 6- CENTER woods.: Priced reasonable. G.
I land of Citrus County said hard 1st. I Assume payments. S4J5 per 1943. 102 NW 2nd Avenue P. Rlppey. Melrose GR. 5-557U, 2' ARNOLD

invited. detergents created a serious month. Balance $43. Phone 376- :

I water pollution problem because 2351. after 6:30 p.m. IN THE
State DRIVER wanted to drive
ADS couple to
Appointeen they were not soluble in water. Chicago or Minneapolis April VfWm. FUN REALTORECONOMY
Strickland said Well FR 2-7440. 1214 &tf *
testimony giv 2nd Ave.. Apt. 2f.

.10 C. Spoon of Sarasota was named en at a meeting in Crystal River DUE to divorce I have a new

I. to the Whitfield zoning board of last week showed that new de It64 model Zig Zag automatic 2 bedrooms 1 bath concrete
", sewing machine that does every -
commissioners by Gov. FarrisBryant tergents, which are soluble in thing. We would like someone block home with large screened
to take up payments of $5 porch. Northwest location. $1,000
yesterday, to replace the water, are harmless to water per mo Ph. 374-1C75 down and W per month. Full
E. J. price $?,000.
late Bailey. supplies.
8 IA:', Sitters, Child Care SUN
TINY TOT Spilt level with only $450 down
Student Is PresidentOf and $93.52 a month payment. Includes -
; UF
PLAY SCHOOL dishwasher and disposal.
LINES1o Three bedrooms and two baths
I Visit us and see for yourself. _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION and an easy walk to schoot
24 SE tth St. FR 4-7804. THE 70th _
NAACP Youth CouncilAn PLANNED program ewatt your HUNTER Fiberglass. Fishing
pre-echooJ youngster at JACKa Boat Introduced by FRANK U Aluminum Lone Star Com TRANSISTOR RADIOS QUALITYbedroom
JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. PHILPOTT? mander Boat. Combined with a From $12.95 to $8' '5.' 3 2 bath masonry
Music: programs educational 14' HUNTER Boat $25.00 .arrentlne Trailer and II H.P. AM-FM Shortwave home with screened porch and
of under the film-strips. 7:45-5:15, Mon.-FrU MURRAY Tnt Trailer $142" (Used) Johnson outboard motor. Black's .Audio terrace. Excellent neighborhood.
18-year-old University past leadership."With .'
43 (Fully guaranteed Take n
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4300.WILL 22* W. Univ. Ave. 372-0440. Large built-in kitchen cantr.1heat.
the Student for ..-.". $32100 price. S4f.BAIrUXS. .
"Florida freshman has been elected Group Situated on attractive land-
Tefal"Retail $742.tS
my anytime
( president of the chapter Equal Rights (SGER) now rele any age child. Pnone SPORTS CENTER SPECIAL MARINE CENTER Hood-Spit 24" GRILLS and Motor. scaped$19,000. lot on paved street.
: to 374-1147. l9N.e. tth Ave.DAY 1475.00 401 S. Main FR 24531
gated a virtually inactive status DAYS 133Hu"NTER""Boit"r SWS.OO 111.9'
here of the NAACP Youth Coun- the care for children In my home. MURRAY TUt Trailer S142.es _ _ Goodyear Service Store ELEGANCE
we hope of
energies NW section. An day or Vt day. '42 EVINRUDE 10 H.P. motor Thr Plywood fishing boats. 725 N. Main 372-3337:
dl. the University students will now Big yard playground equipment. .._.**.------. $22500 $.,JO Wad to wall carpeting in large
FR 2- 74l. SPORT .ENTER SPECIAL THE TACKLE BOX living and dining rooms. Efficient
Another UF student and four be channeled into NAACP activities .......*..*....**.**...* S595.00TIle Heart Of East G.IneIvII1.FLYING INSTRUCTIONSEASY kitchen with sta'nless' steel sinks
Lincoln High School studentsare ," Gloster said. TERMS .OR CENTRAL Check with Charlie _ _ dishwasher built-in range and
ONLY CHARGE FR 3-171.. oven. Beautiful wooded lot. Under
also newly-elected officersof He said one of the first goalsof THE RUMORThat FRANK PHILPOTrS If vow want to fly and can afford $40.000.

the organization. the organization will be to w* have snov 4 out SPORTS CENTER BOAT ACCESSORIES oil. Inquire Uttle more Immediately.than gas Open and

-. Elected president'was James boost membership with high 52o of ten** b false I Let M Where 20 N.W.Quality 14th Sells Ave.Itself" _ _ to limited number only. Flight ARNOLDREALTY
"" hip ye* with yovr ten FR 2-sa11 or FR +483Mon. Instructions Meeting I
Gloater a Jacksonville school and
A. March
university students. TOPS AND SIDE CURTAINS p.m. Friday 20tn en
miproblaeas. FrL U Sat. f4pjn.
rvtoni bo.kk..piagI. Thru p.m. COMPANY
other UF student Custom trade to fit your boat. March 27tn et 1160 N.W. 44th
youth. Among other activities plan LAS Aute Trim Ave.. GainesvUle or come any- Multiple Listing Member

,Jim Hannling a 21-year-old ned, he said, will be the chap W. B. MONROE 1rpiywood Artwood Boat. (try 403 N.W. Ith Ave. FR 24441. tine at your convenience.. Associates 121f W. Univ.: Ave. Pete 3723522
student from Daytona ter's W. C. MARTIN R for fishing comfort) W Bot- _ _ Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason
graduate participation
Friday in torn and Sulee. With 14 H.P.
216 S.E. lit St. Jim Sheppard F. W.
POOLS'Ust of to choose Hodge
outboard motor. Take SWIMMING Classifications
Beach, was elected second -the "March on Tallahassee." New Scott Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman
TtJ. FR 2-0634 from
It price $55. _ _
vice president The group will join other demon BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Skiing Swlmmlne-Ol Ing. BY OWNER In Beautiful Black

Franklin Simmons Is the new strators from the state in "a special floheharg. 401 $. Main St. FR MS3I. RELAX Safety Fishing Item Eoulpment.*. Acres.schools.Walking 10 mln. to Univ.distanceto Jb

first vice president; Joel Buchanan giant protest against the Ill FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY ijoot Aluminum Commander Enjoy a dee and heatthy pool. Golfing Equipment Health Center & future VA
For fresh or salt water.W heap. CCS 3 BR, 2 We baths
senrict for noncommercial boat Master Pool Service Inc. Tennis Eaul ment.
third vice president; Hor. buster activities of Florida Senators H.P. CUed) Johnson OutCEKTER- Supplies *V Monthly cleaning Baseball Equipment. hardwood floors screenedporch
Clark secretary and Jerome For tap ejuamy workmanship board Motor. service. Where to Fish' carport. Lot lOS'xUrS'
tense Holland .
anGeorge $19.000. Phone FR 2-012*
users .only. can BAIRD'S MARINE FR 2-5343 44060 J-3171 ptv* many many more. -- _
Scott, treasurer. All are Smathers against the 3726142GAINESVILLE 401 S. Main St. FR 24531 LIVED in but not abused. 3 bed

!: from, :.Lincoln ,High. civil rights bill in Washington." L $7740 room Insurance 1 bath. built Includes m kItchen T & I.

\ i: Gtosier,-. who .took charge at Newly-elected Gainesville City UPHOLSTERY MR. MERCHANT: To place ad in the ; 1318 N. E. 20ft Place. 37-21n.
was ILk ua st your
::,a'meetin ,1ast Friday;.said he Commissioner Jim Richardson: .CIIet ....... 0WIItrI GREENHOUSE frame shed of

'.. intends step ,up some activities .I is also due to address the chapter I ...... .....- PIca .. .- Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 wolmanUed roof kerosene lumber heater aluminum ft tank.

that have slowed down Gloster announced. I aUvwy. See St. after 4 *m, 3924 NW umt

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r 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sato 35 Houses for Sal. 38 Real Estate Wanted 43 Colored Property 45 Furnished Apt*. HOMESBuilt

2 RM. furnished apt. far rent to your plans and specifications.

3 BR. 1 bath 3 blocks Little- HOMES FOR SALE (45 per mOo Will accept children Built anywhere. to
CLASSIFICATION INDEX NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms. 2 wood school. Stove refrtg. carpet WANT TO BUY 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & water l> electricity fur Alachua County.TOMMY .
bath. Central heat, central air baths central heat. C.CB. $SOO down. $95 mo. No SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. nished. Also trailer space for
cond. Northwest. 19000. Call Built-in kIt c hen. Save $1400. closing cost, (1400 totaL FR 2 or 3 bedroom home with men?. Some small down pay- rent (15 per mOo Call 472-2271. RIDGELL
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISEr 376-2927. Call for appointment FR 6-4774 2-6060; 528 NW 34th Terr. family room and 2 baths. Kitchen ment. Monthly payment $S7 to _,Newberry., FiI.EFFICIENCY. BUILDERSCall
or FR 2-3324. must be equipped. Central 65. Also homes built on your
1 IB Hemortmm l INTERESTED In a REAL buy? See WESTWOOU LITTLEWOOD heat preferred. Must be priced lot for no down payment. water turn. 3505 FR 2-4125
I Card ef Think llWaz$4tauv 2227 NW 9th Place. :3 BR 2 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On Walking distance to schools. 3 right with reasonable down pay. Cau TOMMY RIDGELL NW 17th St. (35 per me. Call
1 Last r...4 C Machinery T*.UaBmlldtar baths Ig. playroom. separate Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue BR 2 baths home in Skyline ment. Write to Box 365-A Builder, Phone FR 2-4125 McKlnney Green Inc. 372-3617. "
4 PersenUlse SerrUea Materials double enclosed to 43rd St. Intersection, turn Gainesville. Sun.
C4 HevseheU Ge.d dining room. Heights. Study hardwood floors. 5 ROOM turn. apt. Clean & comfortable -
I Travel Informal* built-in kitchen, carpet right go approximately 1 mile built-in
65 garage range & oven. Cent. water turn. (75 per
S Special Netiees AntillesM Misc. & drapery included wooded see sign on left. heat. Shaded back yard. Call 44 Cottages for Rent month. Adults only. No pets. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
1 FktrUtiBaby Fir Sato. lot. (2X900. Financing can be T. D. ZETROUER BUILDERFR 376-0862. 40 Business Properties Can be seen at 225 SW 2nd St.
Sitters. CWM Care 1 7 Trading F* t* 6-3848. Phone 376-4037. JR.
Places T* G* An* <8 Article Wanted A HOME for Florida. Lg. FURNISHED 3 rooms & bath. 3 ,
t* FnJ OH W.... arranged.DUPLEX STOP LOOKINGI Sub-let Apr. 15- Homes. Lots. (!IeOma. Business
TUncs T. SeeAUTOMOTIVE living area with walnut paneling OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. miles from courthouse. For married
10 Beat Marine Eemtp. J. wKirkpatrick Sept. 1. 2 BR completely fum. and Lake Property.
built-in planters 24 ft. Main St. Formerly occupied by couple or single person. .
71 Camp Hut. FUn air cond. apt. T-V antenna IncL Farms and Acreage.
sliding glass doors opening onto Associates Discount. Call 372-7470 $55 per month. Inquire 31 N.
Sales-KeBtal 72 Of nee E,otpme.tMulcal enclosed covered patio. 3 BR, or 372-4065. Main or call FR 2-8404. IV* blks. from campus. Married I!:. "CURLY"" KUEHN. Jr.
It Airplane Bale 'IS Merchandise 2 story duplex NEAR THE UNIVERSITY 2 baths, central airconditioning couple pfd. $100 per mo. 63* N. MAIN ST.
Tl MobUe Berne fer on corner lot. 2 bed- and heating, eat-In kitchen 376-336(. FR -2032 Broker FR IQ.HI

78 Track for Wanted Bale rooms In each apartment. Kit with built-in stove dishwasherand 42 Farms Acreage 45 Furnished Aprs. FURNISHED apt. for rent with
19 Tniek Included. ONLY
equipment of
chen EASY distance
M Taetrn Track BeaiaJa REAL ESTATE FOR SALE commuting disposaL Close to schools. living room, kitchen. bedroom.
2.800 DOWN Gainesville. Pleasant three bed- (22400. 922 NW 36th Terrace. tile bath & air condition. Tel. =
K Trailer Rental* n Lete for Bate room home. In Immaculate Week days after 5. FR 6-4945. FR .
stairs 2 bedroom
Seeeters down
U Motorcycles WESIWOODLovely 3 bedroom condition with I2V4 acres. (22 4.4 ACRES beautifully wooded
84 Waterfront Norwood11Iope
It AtUmeblle Kepalr Property 2 bath masonry home with family 500 and owners will carry home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd surroundings. ,.
85 HOMO For Sato .
85 AmUmebUeS fer SaleM U Collates For Sato room. central heating system the mortgage. IMMEDIATEOccupancy Mlllhopper Rd. Intersection. V St. (70 month. Phone FR 45270. Furnished. 2 large rooms. Private
a.ap Cars 87 Heal Estate Exchanctd built-in oven and range ONLY 15000.00 for this lovely too terms. FR 4-6448. both and entrance. Cou I
88 heal Estate utility room. carport and spacious three bedroom two bath homo ple. First floor. 70S E. Univ.
EDUCATIONALISSehoela In the NW section. Large family EAST SIDE
.88 011& of Tew
InitriUs* Property NEe E SSARYI OWNER room beautiful lot and To country living In Los Trances "H" Inc.<
40 Bnln. .
Prepenle* WANTS AN OFFERI I Woods. 2.4 .Acres for only (365 FURNISHED apartment. Near
I* Mule. Dafictnr.M 41 Kesldentlal Ueomo paved street are Iud some MOVE INTO YOUR OWN GARDENAPARTMENTS business center. Water Furn

Wanted InitraeUMi .42 Farm* Acreage $300 DOWN AND 85. PER MONTH LAKE ROSA of the features.Comfortable modern MODERN HOME ON down.school busses.Paved utilities.road frontage.Drive ished. (60. Phone FR 2-1823 or B We' Trade Homes
43 Colored Property Rentals will buy this attractive 3 bedroom RENTAL BASIS BEFORE 2-3794.
EMPLOYMENT tile masonry. three bedroom. west on Newberry Rd.. turn right 'or Property
17 Welt Wanted Mate 43-1 Colored Property Salts bath masonry oak floors.home carport with, utility year round lake home. Just YOUR LOAN CLOSES. SR 241. watch for the sign on (57 per month up FOR sale or rent furnished dUplex -
U Work Wanted rental RENTALS I room and fenced backyard.NO reduced to (18,000.00 now Priced from $12,700 to (18400 right. Gainesville's Finest apt. 17 miles, east of
14 Sale Help Wanted RED TAPEI JUST MAKE : vacant and ready -for your NO MONEY DOWN VA "Selling Florida Since 1906" Gainesville near Melrose access -
FemaleU DOWN PAYMENT AND MOVE I, occupancy. pay only (100 closing Ralph Realtor Furnished or unfurnished to lake Santa Fe. Phone
U Belp-Mal. r 44 Cettace\For Kent RIGHT INI HAVE .YOU SEEN RIDGEWOOD? Best terms FHA FOSSEY Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart 475-5571. G. P. Rippey Melrose. The following are ready for
Male Help WantedDramatu 45 Punished Apt*. This beautiful new subdivision Free lifetime Swim Club Membership 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 ment. 309 N E 9th St. Phone 376- Fla. occupancy.
44 Untarnished Apt*. i5 .lust east of Westwood School Walk to Schools. Member Multiple Listing 9608.
11 Femato Help Wanted 47 Houe for Bent Fora. JOHN offers lovely lots all Improved FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. wat e r 3707 NW 21st PI.
48 HOMO* for Bent. 17nfnnu at reasonable I HUGH EDWARDS, FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 1 BEDROOM air conditioned furn. 31st Ave. NW. & 9th Terr.. 4 BR. 2 bath (100 dn. (107
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4* Bo.m* for .JtentM I prices. RURAL PROPERTIES furnished apartment. New 3127 call FR 6-417. g per mo.

r, Fcrm EailpmeBt Betel BOOM fSI MERRILL INC. Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd 1 Bedroom, walk In closet large
27 Feed FertllUer Mice. Bentau J. W. KIRKPATRICK ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTOR Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. S11S.
living and kitchen. Com-
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 1021 NW 40th Dr.
28 Livestock 8>ppUe* ILl Wanted To Rent e. Realtor U.s. Hwy., 441 Micanopy, Fla. 1 block from campus. Occupancy p'eteiy! furnished. Large patio.
REALTORMULTIPLE 372-1551 Ph. 466-3120 by February 25. 88 3 BR. IV* bath. (400 dn. (99JO
t* Landscaping Top 80M 53 Boarder Wanted Member of Multiple Listing AvEll- ble April 1st. Air conditioned
Pet SappUetU U Otflc Desk Space LISTING 31 N. Main St. Phore 372-8404 .. Phone FR 2-3826. a: per mo. S,
Livestock WantedFINANCIAL 94 Bnstnes KenUla I ASSOCIATES: FORDYCEInvestment WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. or
Phone 372-1494 Floye. Mathiasen Irene Bunnell PARRISHPRESENTS acreage close to Medical 2 girls $15 per week. to share ROOMY 1 Br. living rm. kitchenette 11442 NE 16.K PI.
SERVICE = PARDIW. Capt. A. W> Reece. USN. Ret. Center In southwest 20 2 Br. home.with young divorcee. I, private bath & private en E 3 BR iv* bath. (400 down.
Ii BUCKHANNAM acre parcel approximately 660 Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mono trance., No pets. apt. 201!. 204 NE 88 (91 per mo.
6< Bulness Opportunities 23 Special Service H. CORNER LOT schools. 3 x 1.320 for 5500. Beautiful rollIng thru FrL, or anytime week-ends. 5th Ave.. phone 371-855
87 MOses to LearnS8 23 Homo lapren.e.15 near .
hills, over 100 acres. perfect
bedroom 2 bath central heat 4527 & 417 SE 1st PI.
X.ncacn 24 Radio TV Service for horses and cattle 375. SUMMER special 1 & 2 Bedroom
McKINNEY 46 Unfurnished Aprs.
U FmmJtmre family room. 906 N.E. 20th Ave. 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.
Wanted Appliance .
lIt REASONABLE P RICE, 3 bed- an acre.FORDYCE apartments, well furnished, quiet
& ASSOCIATES INC. location, couples only. no pets. I 3 B R. l' bath. $500 dn. (61
.... GREEN fireplace
.......- -Rl'Gll1II1IIIIIIIIIII11111111II11I.._ __HH rooms, large screen porch -
926 West Avenue
(350 down and 66.69 per WESTWOOD AREA Outstanding University $100 per mo. L. J. Moratto 2505 FIVE rooms and bath downtownarea. per mOo
DEATON month. contemporary 4 bedroom 376-1236 NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. Water furnished. $60 month.
35 Houses For Sol! 35 House for Sol! SMALL FAMILY HOME convenient home. Carpeted living room modern No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 2-1633. SE 39th St.
I REALTORS location, central heat 2 bed- kitchen. Solar designed for 2 Br. furnished duplex. 1917 NW 1 bath (350 down $67
NEW3 bedroom. CCB, (8,995. room, payments (67 per month. summer and winter comfort. Central 36th Ave. (52 per mo. Call FR 3 Bedroom unfurnished duplex. 1218 mo.
$450 down. $65 month. Phone I BY THE OWNER..In Idylewllde. 2 heating and air conditioning 24224.EFFICIENCY. Living room. bath ,and kitchen.
Day 4952441. Night FR 4-4311. CCB tile famIly of WHAT'SBACK (75 per month. 4Vi miles from
BR' fwuse. bath. Large Modern HomeThis ALACHUA REALTY course. apt. for settled downtown. Call FR 2-3419 until & 313 SE 38th St.
room. Call 372-8001 after
HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- 530..P.M.. 3 BR. 2 bath HOME has ASSOCIATES LITTLEWOOD AREA Modem couple or settled single woman. 5 P-m. After 5, and Saturday FR = 304 & 314 SE 39th St.

place.Bath. central NW 47th heat Terrace.with Price fire more than 1,900 sq. ft. of floor I Member Multiple Listing 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry homeIn No pets. 703 NE 6th St. 2-2648. I 3 BR. 1 bath. $SOO dn. (64

15900. IF you plan to build and would space In main part of house Arle T. Smith Broker tip top condition. Priced under EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. per mo.
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3. BR like a custom built home by experienced Central heat Oak strip floors Mabel U Gore Associate 15000. Immediate possession, All util. except gas for cooking 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
1-bath, SE 46th Terr.: 9500. builders that have Double carport Price $2 .500 635 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-2448 too. 8> heating turn. $60 mo. McKinney fg u4J ,:llli:1: illllllJlllllllfillliiE
Payments (65 per mo. the time to discuss plans with Good- financing Call FR 2- Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom The
I following are under construction
2-BR 1-bath. SE 46th Terr. (6.500. you.. call 372-2527. _ask for Gene 3617. FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom 2V4 of the houses. month or year. Mathew- will
1238 SW 2nd Ave. 5 student rms. 58 and be ready
$fspermo. Paramore. W* haveavailable CHECK bath masonry home on nice. son Manor. Call 475-2981.
And also some trade-in Houses. our 80 plans to choose from. Investors Duplex quiet dead-end street. Two air upstairs. Live In apt. below. E for occupancy soon.
Cover lease & util!, with Income. I 32
Call FR 6-7466. Complete financing can be explained
units. modem
conditioning Very
with an GROWINGDEMA'ND I Ford, Box Yalaha. I 3225 29th Ave.s.
to you right In'your own Looking for a' property THESEEXCELLENT kitchen.. 207. MCCOY'SMacoma g NW .
3 BR. V/t baths. 25x25 family home. For appointment call. Income? Let us show you this 4 BR 2 bath U50 dn. 1112
Ig. living rm. enclosed In excellent residentialarea FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean.
room. THE JAMES CO. duplex 32; per mo.
garage central heat & air cond. with an. Income potentialof LOCATIONS FINLEY AREA Lovely 3 bed- freshly painted. Orkin treated Homes,

Lot beautifully landscaped. 3468 Builders Of Gainesville of Kingsberry Inc. Homes $160.00 per month. Located lustS 3659 N.W. 16th AVE. room, 2 bath. centrally heated monthly. Water. furn. Phone \ 3224 NW 29th Ave.
and air conditioned home on one 376-5SS3. Inc.For
NW 12th Ave.. Call FR 2-451S for Ph. 372-2527, nltes 372-7401. blocks from new Federal Gainesville.We Build-. NEW 4-2, Vt A. lot, (25,000 of the nicest lots In Florida 1 BR, 2 bath, (750 dn. 'ft02
appointment.NW and downtown
ing 3669 NW. 16th AVE. Park. PRIVATE 1st floor efficiency. 2 Sale very attractive 3- : per maE
SECTION for sale or ,rent 3 FREE have another duplex In North- NEW 3-2 Vt A. lot (23,500 rm, bath utilities turn. Off bedroom. 1-bath home. 4817

and 4 bedroom. 2 bath CCB west with monthly Is income furnished of 175.and 3525 N.W. 7th PLACE NEW WESTSIDE residential for street parking no pets.. 15 SW E. University Ave.: walking 3236 NW 29th Avt.
home. City water. lights and SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIP! I One apartment 3-2 Ocala Blk. (19,100 I 2nd PI.SPACIOUS. distance to Lake: Forest
subdivision BR
building is In excellent condition. 4147 N.W. 36th St. soon opening. 3 2 bath (700 dn. in
sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone In Fabulous Carol Estates Recreation Both are low priced with substantial 3-2, Vi A. lot (19,750 lots paved streets outside city I I two bedroom apartment Schools. Price. 12500. (500 per mo.
2-3826. down and
FR (79 50 month.
with all new Hugh Edwards financing available to qualified 2141 N.W. 49th TERR. limits. May we tell you more I BUTLERBROS. nicely furnished, quiet per .
Call Gerald V. Q.
FIRST TIMEADVERTISED! Homes.HUGH buyer.! Call 3723617. 3-2 Vi A. lot (18,800 about this restricted area. I I' neighborhood. $90 per mo. Call Day FR or 6-7290. nights FR \ 3301 & 3311

EDWARDSInc. 607 N.W. 19th AVE. FR 6-7142 after 6 P.M. 5-5015. Office. corner N. Main E i NW 30th Ave.

Must Sell 3-2 TO Unique INSPECT(17,500 INSIDE CALL RANCHETTE 10 homesites acres each.too. Approximately Located (55 SUMMER rate 1 Br. duplex. ...of 23rd Blvd.Shadow i 4 BR 2 bath (650 dn (91I

3 BR pre-owned home. completely This spacious home must be on Newberry Road. Just I I see at 529 SE 1st Ave. Call I per: mo.

reconditioned. Fla. rm.. refinished 3721551OVER sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large pan (500 down 5 years on balance. FR 24625.McCOY'S.
parque floors. Ideal lo elled Fla. room. Living room and UNIVERSITYREALTY __ Lawn Estates 3236 & 3224

cation. An excellent value at UOO Ft. plus carport and Dining room 2 fireplaces HOMES? Custom-bunt homes that look NW 30th Ave.
$1X750. FHA (550 down Includes porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-V* Screened tile porch. This home I
M. M. custom-built. If you are tiredof 32 E 3 BR, 2 bath. (600 dn. SUper
closing costs. bath. attic fan. built In drawers will suit you If you have a large homes with that sub-divi- II I i mOo
vanity. and storage galore) 80- family and need lots of room -
HUGH EDWARDS, INC. X140 Convenient to Metcalf Located In the preferred North- 1115 N' Main St. Ph. 3724351W. Location I HOB look. see
NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 3721551. Bishop Parochial Schools.._ ,sao west within 2 blocks of J. M. AAunroe Broker PARRISHAND SPECIALSMALL F. D. Oliver. Bid,. [ 3330 & 3320
Mo. VJk. 4% percent. FR 6-2775. J. FInley school. Will consider a Assoc:. S. E. McLaughlIn Frank Ph. FB S-08M g 1 NW 30th Ave.

3 LG. BR. 2 bath. panelled LR. reasonable offer. Owner leaving Roby, Roy McCann. T. C. Doug and OFFICE BLDG. West on NW PUt Ave. past 3 BR,. 1 bath (550 dn VIM
OPEN town. It would to Investigate las. Jr. ASSOCIATES. INC the Glee intersection.
fireplace attached garage, HW HOUSE. Sunday. Apr. 19. pay you Springs per mOo
floors. On Ig. fenced corner J?t. Cherokee model. designed & en- Call 3723617.ASSOCIATES MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. For sale. size 24x32. Has to See alp on left.
gineered by U. S. Steel Wayne Hill Helen Graham |be moved from present loca- I -
NW near Stephen Foster. 11 ,500, Corp. Neat and Clean-Dial 2-2511 to see QualifyWhen Stlon. -11IIIII1
Homes Division. 2100 ft. 3 Carolyn Gardenhtre Mary Parrish Can be used as small
(450 dp. FR 2-8851. aq. this 3 bedroom home in beauti-
BR. 2 bath. air cond.. brick J. Fred Guy Virginia PO\\r ful Idylwild on large lot with 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 home. Price $4250.00 Call Ger- -F a
4 BEDROOMS. 2 baths central Veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 NW Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire fenced back yard. Located be- I I old or V. Q. McCoy. FR I FOR RENT
heat. located In NE section. Also 36th Ave. Alachua HomeS. Inc:. Jayne Butterworth tween University and new Country It Comes To 2-3361. Office corner N. MaiD WATCH FOR
have pool privileges. 376-1835. Pbone 372-0421. Multiple Listing Club. Hardwood floors with YOUNGAMERICA and 23rd Blvd. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT l24SE7thSt.3BRlBath.

some carpeting Florida room LOCATION I

separate workshop and storage Cooperative apartments to g 1 Year Lease (100 per Mo.
room. Priced at 14000.
be built In Gainesville. For
SERVICESHome Extra Special. To see Is to believe & QUALITY I I FOR SALE NEW HOME information call FR 62921or 88eusesm881flUhflBl32fli

that this modem home exists In HOMESPRESENTS No Down write: I
our community. Close to University We Have Only Payment P. O. Box 13956 ALL OUR HOMES ARE

and outside city limits. Gainesville Ffa.' E OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY -
3 bedrooms 2 tile baths I 32 SEEING ANYTIME IF
Designed and built for the fun cen-
loving family with enclosed pool NEW BRICK THE CREAM Jtral heat General Elec. kit- University Park IE:! YOU WILL JUST CALL.

and outdoor grill. Drapes. carpeting I g chen. Payments (115 per mOo I 1123 SE. 4th STREET
And Business and bar stools Included. MODELS : I Apts. 32 FR 4-5301 or FR eTflfVariety
Excellent financing available. I FR 2-9569
Dial FR 2-2511 to see this 3 bed- I
ADVERTISE IN THE BulldozingSMALL Mortgage Broker room 2 bath home In desirableN.E. FEATURES: .
SERVICE DIRECTORY location on extra large lot. Fireplaces
Included are built-in range and Screened porches f
bulldozer loader. dump FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. oven. dishwasher disposal and Custom kitchen cabinets
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock.' Top Conventional and F.H.A. loans 2 room air conditioner. FHA Oversized bathroomsPlus
soil. Phone FR 2-7846. with low rates and long term financed and ready to go. many other custom
loans our specialty. Quick courteous features ,, <,
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe '
confidential service. Call
wheel tractors motor 376-1236 or come by 926 West DAN BYRD VA & FHATERMS i
grad r-.Free'estimates. W. O. University Avenue. Grace For. < \.
(Buck) Johnson FR 6-4219. dvc'. Realtor ASSOCIATESINC. t..I C..NtEtl \..
': "" p.
Associates: Walking distance to elementary !
CABINET WORKS Also Screens repaired. Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway & Jr. High Schools. Shopping NW 39th Ten. & '"

Custom built cabinets and moldIngs window glass replaced. Phone Christine Stone NW 16th Ave. {
refinishing and spray FR 61283.EXPERT FR 2-2511 825 N.W. 13th Street Churches.YOUNG fOtl
painting. Member Multiple ListingFORDYCE $16,000 $20,950 h\o;
1533 E. University Avenue painting. Interior exter ,0
Phone 372-8313 lor. no lob too small. Quick serv- ,"
ice. Reasonable rates. call Mr. AMERICA
WORK wanted: Carpenter desires Gammon. u'dgetf't
work. Repairs, remodel In g. ,
Ph 2-6102 372-582 FERNWOOD -
Air Conditioning Cosmetics RemodelingNEED affords the perfect view for this MANOR 1 -- f J
34th & 7th Avenue Uf
charming 3 bedroom home i In NW 39th St. 6-
A NEW Florida room carport the northwest section of Gaines Phone 3727070CAREFUL Suit
"ART BALL" Air conditioningHot An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make patio screened-In porch ville. Large living room with 13th PI. 0
a "new you' at MERLE NOR Call and It done fireplace spacious kitchen, for.
etc.? now get
( Air-Hot water) heating and $16,000
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. Florid $12,250 to
mal a
for the summer months. Call dining room.
refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. 15
Years Experience. Learn professional make-up 372-8049, after 5 P.M. for free room and studio. Do plan to see .., "" .
secrets by trained beauty ex estimates. this home by consulting "
perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.INS. -

Appraisal Service 2-3126. EMRAVSDEPENDABILITY 376-1236.
FASCINATING profession. Eagerto is the word. yourinvestment
learn? If you qualify you Building. Remodeling Pain I ESTATES
., 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath home
FRED B. ARNOLD may earn (4040 per week whileIn Ing. Free Estimates. Dial 372
REALTOR training for advancement to 7948 or 376-1838 Now. located In the J. J. Finley I Addition No. 2 .
t- and stressed In
quality are
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL supervisory capacity. For appt. School area. interesting kitchen Don't buy 3 4 bed .
a new or NW 39th Dr. & -
SERVICE call 376-1480. Upholstery separate dining room paneled room One Bath house. HughEdwards all Highland Court Manor homes

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 centrally living heated room and and air den conditoned. all- Inc. recognize the National i NW 8th Ave. I Kirkpatrick & Pierson. That's

FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA UPHOLSTER your furniture at Consult FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES Trend away from the one $20,000 to $30,000All why. chances are there's on
Appliance Repairs reasonable prices. Call Sally. bath home In 1913. Hugh Ed- I -
INC. 376-1236. H.CJA.homeforyou.
FIREEXTINGUISHER Experienced FR 6-9888. wards no longer builds 1 bath UkA
CO. homes. . I-I ITS From over 20 sensibly-designed -

A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Sales and Service YOUNG EXECUTIVESwill I models, you choose the bedroom-
First In Air Conditioning and An types of Fire Extinguishers SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS appreciate the value In thIs They are obsolete! bath combination that's
just right
Pick up and delivery service lovely home. t Center hallwayand Choose a modern Hugh Edwards City Services
Appliance Repairs. FR 6-0267.
C. R. Thomas Ph. 37499 I do sewing of all a beautiful plan accentuate TWO BATH home. You'll I -. for your family-and your pocket-
Serv. I Gainesville Fla. kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. es this delightful home. LIving enloy| your two bath more and I book. (One of the nicest things"
Parker Appli. C. Asbell. 3434 N.W. 17th Terrace room with fireplace. light and get more resale for your I
372-0655. home. Homes from $13-, ; is that .the monthly payment .
Expert Malor Appliance Serv Mortgage BrokerFHA airy Florida room, large bedrooms priced Monthly Payment .
ice. Prompt. Efficient I a\ and excellent storage are 650. I probably will be no more than

Courteous 372-4224. and conventional at lowest Sewing Machine Repair only some of the many features. I From $74.38 I Your present rent).
Consult FORDYCE & ASSOCI. VA. no money down pay only i
current rates. Terms to 25 MACHI- ..-... ATES. INC, 376-1236. I $100 0" "osing cost. FHA (500 : Why not inspect our selection ofmodels
Auto Equipment years. Will gladly discuss at no CALL-sEWING VICE CO. 815 W. II I dowrlosing cost. today? No obligation, of.
obligation. Call .
W. KIRKPATRICK tomorrow.J. Realtor Ave. 3761075We REDWOODshutters I HU EDWARDSINC. course.
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & 31 M, Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 Makts Work fullY and a modern touch. I il Min. Down-FHA
exchanged; Repair kits for 135.00, per month Including tax Choose From A Wide Selection of
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized FRED B. ARNOLD WINDOW CLEAN I He- es and insurance will purchasethis I Nothing Down VA Beautifully
Walker Hydraulic Jack REALTOR brick home after a low down N.E. 16th Ave. and 15th St.

mCEts HULL'S 1AKf FHA AND CONVENTIONAL WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned payment. Built-in oven and surface 372-1551 Designed Models from $12,500 $17,250 I
LOANS and waxed. houses washed. 10 unit in kitchen and many:
Main FR t-1497 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3S22 yrs. experience. Free estimate extra features. I 37 Real Estate Exchanged
Phone FR 25955.Yard SALES OFFICE

Auto Glass SVt per MORTGAGE cent Interest.MONEY Terms to FOR sal.* or trade for farm oracreage NW 39th Terr. 6- -
25 years. Work FORDYCE small house of 2 Br. [KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONBuilders
AUTO GLASS is our only bost- BUY BUILD REFINANCECall & bath with green aluminum sidings I NW 16th Ave.
ness. Immediate Installation; YARD work. hedging edging and like new. Near N.W. 39th -
free pickup <. delivery. Add 825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 trimming. Specializing in lawn ASSOCIATES. INC Ave. & i'th St. If Interested. I Tel. FR 2-9545 or and Developers _
beauty & value to your car. Dan Byrd curing. Charles Worsham, FR REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS call FR *325l After 4 pjn. Nights and Holidays
6-1966 anytime.
323 N.W. 6th St. FR 4-2558. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA 1 Grace S. Fordyce Mary Moeller WILL exchange $1. equity .,on FR; 6-9048 Sales. Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace-Phone 3723471'f.
and conventional loans. Low FOR expert maintenance service i E. W. neru-anex.: Benton 3 BR house m Tallahassee for I .
ADVERTISE IN THE rates. Terms to 25 ,..,.. 1223 for your lawns and g.rcl..1plHM 924 West : like mt. In Gainesville. WithIn
SERVICE DIRECTORY W. Uiuv. Ave. 372-5391 can 376-0107. 376-1236 S_mM of FSU. 372-2324.



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,. .Wednesday, March 25, 1964 Gainesville Sun 27

; 17 Houses for Rent Furn. 61 Wanted to Buy 65 Mite .For Sal. '70 Boats-MariM Equip. 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE


NISHED air conditioned 2'' T-A-G APPLIANCESTested LOVELY mink cape collar make 16" FIBERGLASS Sea-breeze, 35 DODGE Sf, U ton pick up r 1957 CADILLAC Sedan deVlIl 4- BUY YOUR I TIME VOLKSWAGEN
2 bath CCB 1101 NE 14ttiE and Guaranteed offer. '62 sm. washer runs perfectly hp Evlnrude elec. Seminole BF body. low mileage excellent dr. hardtop fully equipped Including MOBILE HOME .
: zceIlent 1 neighbor. 42 Refrigerators from S3* op $40. baby bathlnett ex.cellent trailer. mos. old.. SI000 2010 cond. FR 94107. factory air cream puff. From the WORLD'S FR
130 per mo. FR 6-4898. I Ranges from S3* up cond. $10 FR 2-1783. N.W.13thSt. I $725. 372-C481 for appt. to see. I
CHEVY 54. ton pick-up, LARGEST
NISHED 2 bedroom house. I 17 Dryers Washers from from SI$.** up upI J U I C ER, all metal excellent 72 Office Equipment I paint new tag, very good con- 'M V.W. convertible New top new Courtesy Of
N. W. 23rd Blvd. Phone FR dillon S54S. See at Orange HH I I
cond. Used 1 Orlg. price
yr. floor mats. A-l Southern
2 Food-Freezers from $** up tag; new throughout Mobile
University Chevrolet
Shell Senr. Stat lust So. of
$138. Will sell for $45. See at the
2 Dishwashers from..* up 935 NE 3rd Ave. or call FR e3404 GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office county line on 441. Ph. 591-2111] SIMS. Call FR 2-894 after 4 Homes Brokers Inc.
a DROOM Mi St. at 1 Q. AYe.
furnished suburban 10 TV Sets from S3S up supply dealer Chesnufs Mclntosh. p.m.IMPALA
eo Plenty of room. close to I JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. I after 7 p.m. Office Equipment Co. Invites you : 2200 South Dixie Highway I MILLER- IS/)

Available April 1st. JIM 41* NW 8th Ave Ph. 372-5303 BABY bed & mattress good con- to come In and shop. or call for QUICK siiz: font pick up. 1960 4doessedan. Power Ph. 629-4818
month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. !!Ion $15. Call FR 2-2172. free delivery. Chesnufs Office good condition. all rew tires brakes power steering automatic Ocala Florida Sun Want Ads BROWN :!!!..
and clutch. S375. KM transmission. Radio and
alto 65 FORD
2505 N.W. 6th St. Antique Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. 1030 E. Univ. ICAU8
I CAMPING trailer and equipment Ave. 'In Downtown pick up, good tires t, motor heater. FR 2-3807. or FR <-2 96.
a DROOM unfurnished house radial arm saw HO train outfit Gainesville.TAX In good running condition. S17S. FR 2-3582
: Broofcer. Dial 485-4681. ANTIQUE 3724310. organ for sale. Call ; record player tape recorder TIME, Adding machines and Call 372-2105. By owner. I 409 ENGINE 4 on the floor bucket I I Get Results

miscellaneous pieces of fur calculators. New and used. Park seats super sport convertIble
Z'iT 4 Houses for Rent Unfurn.ftBR. WALNUT bookcase. 47 by ..", niture. B-flat clarinet trumpet; er's Complete Office Outfitters. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 1963 IMPALA CHEVRO LET. GAINESVILLEAUTO --
two drawer base six shelves several cameras and darkroom The only authorized Olivetti Will trade for older car or cash.
; : original glass. Call 372-9574. equipment. riding mower set of Underwood Agent In Gainesville. $450. Inquire at cross roads In
1 Bath unfurn. at 1421 golf clubs! 3-blcycles. See John Ph. 372-2555. 601 W. Untv. Ave. RENT o truck one-way anywhere Archer for residence of Tommte SALES I I

WN. w. 13th st. sao mo. on un- 66 Misc. For Sal.DOWL1NG'S Teter Alachua, late afternoonand In the USA. from United Rent- Pate. 1007 N. Mala St. '
Diversity Realty. 372-4351._ evenings. 73 Musical Merchaidisa Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2S3S. 'I
1963 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B. FR 2.63ISNorthccntrol RAMBLERSWide
** BR house fenced yard. 1217 NW5f30th UPHOUTERY GAS WATER HEATER $25 al- p.W. Radio and heater. $400 down
Avenue. Phone 376-2937. iowance for your old costlY to 83 Motorcycles & Scooters Florida'sLorgost
Chairs, low as $8. No money heater. ORGAN SALEOf and take over payments. FR

4 RM. frame house at 1120 S. E. down low as $5 per month. operate Hot water electric at about water hart your Christmas Left overs. All 2-5624. After 4 P.M.

-.Ii 21st Ave. to. shady yard. KJJO Free estimates, pickup and delIvery present cost with our LP gas. new organs. Savings up to 30 1957 ALLSTATE scooter In good Independent DealertheBest Selection
service. All work MUST sell excellent '57 of 6't and Y-8' in all
.' per mo. Call FR 24134.JPOR guaran Ask us. PROPANE SW Archer per cent. Earfs Piano Co. running condition. Needs little Chrysler series.
teed. Phone 374-fl$& Saratoga. 4-dr. sedan. P. S. P.
702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222
body repair. S6S. Call FR
Road. FR 4-5110. e-6014.
RENT 3 BR. 2 bam. built-in B. auto. Trans. Radio, heater
;L kitchen. comer lot. 2 blks. from GIRL'S heavy bicycle 2*" for $20. TRADEINREPOSSESSION ORGAN used. Hammond spinet 1962 50 cc DUCATI Good condl- $495 or make offer. 466-3437.
Metcaife School I Ir. high. 1943 Call FR 4-2444 or FR 48870.f tion. S9S. Call FR I
2-0659. after '
r SALE with tone cabinet. Bar- ORIGINAL owner will sell 63 I
NE 15th Terr. S12S per month. CU. FT. Phllco refrigerator rUe t p.m. WEHAVEMETOURQUO-IA.
gain $795. Gridley MusicCo. VW Microbus (station wagon). .
Call 372-5738. sonabry clean, $50. Phone
3744382 In condition
good througho u t.
-- 2 Atlas $72. I
t MODERN 3 bedroom house car. NE 20th after PLFOR 5 P.M. or see at 1113 1 Kenmore Aut ZZ U?. FR 2-5353. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS For cash only. Call 376-0567. or The first 20 days .* Morck. 10 Days left. Rld"'J I II

i'1 port. not over 2 children. No 1 New Home Port. $C6. HI-FI cabinet containing 1, l" .. see at 831 N. W. 20th Terr. Motors is offering the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allow- I
,* dogs. 840 month. Next to PMMF SALE CHEAP. Restaurant 1 Elna Aut. ZZ. $90. 2, 4" speakers 10. also 1 14 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon ancas en,1BEFORE
Ips Uesed Cars. Alachua 462-1703. formica counter and 24 stools 2 Singer Port. $\. watt amp. with inputs for magnetic SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP Air conditioned auto. trans., I I
3 BR. home with equipment. Complete fountain" 1 Singer Consol $48.Necchl It crystal phono. 8> for. an Your cars pep d power show radio a> heater three seats
masonry, gas and short order equipment. 52"* 1 Supernova $84. FM tuner or tape recorder $U. up with a tune-up at BROWN'S white side walls, 4,000 miles
range S85 per mo. John Call FR 2475 or 2-9207. Mr. 1 Piaff Port. $42. FR. 6-6009.. SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash.
Realtor' 3721494.FORDYCE Page. recapping awheel alignment. take up payments. Call 3728171 YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL
New Cabinets optional $1* up. GUITAR amplifier with tremolo. _SO* N. Main. FR ft-4310. I to 372-5738 after SP.M.
GRANDFATHER type clocks $30. Two Instrument Imputs. 1 microphone .
Several lovely homes available Misc. furniture electric meat SIS W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 Imput. $35. Phone FR BUILT CAR
.t this tIme.FORDYCE. slker $25. Power mower $I& 12 GA. shotgun, new Rem. mod. 2-3962. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE BRING out the best In your car.
ASSOCIATES INC. Doors nails. 311 SE 2nd St. 1100 with "8" grade fiddle back Superior Auto painting & body
*26 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1234 grain wood In stock forearm. Automotive CADILLAC "57 2 dr. hardtop work. Fast expendable service;
SINGER portable sewing machine Matching set of Interchangeable _extra dean. S700. Call 37e-3:*25. free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's
UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove S35 cash. FR 2-1557. Mr.. Emer barrels. 26" cyl. choke & BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St.

A refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. son. j.Vfull choke. Both barrels 77 Mobil Homos for Sa,. CHEVROLET. 1962 Greenbrier e FR 6-9707. $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons!
Ave. Phone FR 4-57W after 5:30 .MBflfeett ribs have Ivory passenger station wagon Radio
P.M. for appt. ANTIQUE brass plane lamp. telephone front > & metal middle neater, 4* speed trans. deluxe
box large carved bufKf. receiver. SS GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent trim. SI. JS. FR S-5547
3 BR home S90 per month, 2 BR mill sewing cabinet' sights. Engraving on cost $281 condition. Phone 372-4400
Gun Is like
home $40 per mo. Partly furnish. record cabinet, oua walnut new. Call FR after 4 P.M. CHEVROLET 1951 wagon, 4. dr.
ed 2 BR home $40 per mo.1 Furnished single bed 2 commodes wKfeW1saddle will 4-W38 sacrifice after for 6 P.M.$210.8> all day You can buy this for only $8 PAINT JOB 63 Rambler
BR $90 OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a a week. Call Bill RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
duplex apt. 2 per and bridle. Also odds Sat. & Sun. little to save a lot. Below mar Motors. .372-374 H & H Classic 4-dr '660. automatic
mo. Call FR 4-7444. and ends. FR 4-1283. Treasure bet clean. Lake Geneva Trail air conditioned\ heater, power
several use.fiiI
Chest at Fairbanks. Turn left MOVING this week
UNFURNISHED 2 BR house. at Gulf Station. Kerns of furniture antiques, er Sales Rt. 100. SE Keystone CHEVY SS. R t H. standard steering like new In and out.
fenced beck yard 2120 NW 7th and clothing for sale. Good condition I Hts. Fla. shift good condition $225. See Spring Special $2395 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
__St. Phone 372-lt32 or :372-4179. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna low prices. Call for list to appreciate at :3205 NW 10th
Double stack complete. Nothing FR 2-1987. WE BUY St. Call FR 2-6804. anytime.
UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house else to buy. $15. Brants. U-
with stove & refrigerator. S> 513 N.W. Ith Avenue. 1964 SILVERTONE 23" T-V ra- USED MOBILE HOMES.Top CHEVROLET. 195& 4 dr. This car
fenced back yard. 21 if NW 7th rtio & stereo combination. A.HI" dollar paid phone 374-0571. Is going for only $1 a week. $3995HAWES 62 RAMBLERAmbassador
Terrace. Call 372-8TJ2 or FR USED Chain Saws ISO up. NeW 1 piece of furniture I and Call BUI 373-3749. H & H
2-4179. 4 hp sews S89.9S. We repair In excellent condition. Originalcost AIR conditioned, 50' x 10' mobile Motors. < all chain saws S> lawn mowers. $425, sacrifice $275. $50 home. Set up win 20 x 10' awnIng seats. Automatic transmission
FOUR Bedroom unfurnished house. Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. cash or old T-V and assume and 50' TV antenna on CHEVY. 1953 excellent con d.. radio. heater. AIR CONDI.
large clean yard $W per month. Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton payments of $14 per mo. shady lot In Hickory Hill. Ready new brake system, new seat TIONED power steering power 11
Phone FR 4-7142 after 4 P.M. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR For appt. call 372-3542 days. for excellent Florida living. covers, good tires, an exceptional steering, power brakes like
4-3411. $3,250. Call FR 4-S4 after 5:30 car. For a good buy, call new. SPRING
FOR RENT unfurnished 2 Br WEBCOR HI-FI phonograph. 3 P.M. 374-W3S after 6 PJM. all day
rock house, blinds stove & ANTIQUE heavily carved walnut speaker diamond needle. Excel Sat. & Sun. $2295
heater turn. Close-in. Come by library table from the estate of lent condition. A real value at McMURRAY Mobile Home Sales.
a see. 404 SW 3rd Ave. or call Dorothy Dix, $100 or best offer. only $35. Call 372....,. ext. :33 S-10 wide 1 or 2 BR used lake CHEVY 1956 210. 4-dr. R&H. V-8.
FR 2-aoeo. Ui per mo.t FR 4-4454. 8-5 weekdays.HO or house trailers from S1<29S. 1 AT. excellent cond., real clean. POWERSBody I
Price $450. Call FR ,:25450.
office Trailer I for rent or sale. 62 RAMBLER
BR house for rent. 4 miles 4 x. train layout 23 i
FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 ga.
3 mL
So. of Starke 301. M-
north of Gainesville on the Wai Firestone 12 h.p. outboard motor cars. 4 engines. DM. pow. r on Chevy 1955, Betalr V-(, hardtop Custom 4-dr. Sedan automatic -
do Rd. 3741502.UNFURNISHED S196.95 1 Phllco 11.3 cu. ft. refrigerator pack aV single. Phone 372- 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. auto. trans. radio & heater. Shop radio i heater air conditioned SPECIAL
Excellent. Price 1495. Phone
1 side of duplex $175j I cu. ft. Phllco 5687. Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices. 372-2056. power steering, Individual Ii
3 Br. living rm. kit. It bath 4V* refrigerator $135 1 Phllco port. CAR REFRIGERATORS. Regular SAVE S1000-S15000 611 SW 3rd St. reclining seats. A beautiful -
ml. from downtown. 175 per T.V with stand $ltSa 12-42- $49.50. Will sell 6 or more BANK FINANCING CHEVY 1957 station wagon V-8 I can
mo. Call FR 2-244 after S or piece drill sets. 812.95 ea. Firestone at wholesale price. 485 4611. i NEW low down Si sm. mOo pay excellent cond., new t Ire L FR 2-0538' $1695 I
Sat & Sun. Stores 304 W. Univ. Ave. Brooker. Green's General Store. ments. Phone 372-6423, or FR 4-4554.
I Town & Country Trailer Sales
2 Bedroom house plus dent stove FOR SALE one complete Cub 162 APACHE camper (Eagle 3840 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2290 CORVAIR Monza. '43, equippedwith
furnished. S125 month. 24 S.W. Scout uniform with Cub Scout T- model) sleeps 4 to 6 people. Ex- radio heater, white side OPEN 8-8 63 DODGE Polara 4-dr. hardtop. Torque-
24th St. Call Gladys Smith shirt. Call Bobby FR 2-C673. cellent condition. Orig. price i TWO bedroom house trailer $900. wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.
Realtor. 372-533.
CLOSE OUT SALEOn I Can be rented. Phone 37 -<234 ty. Will consider older car for FAIR PRICES Davenport P. G. Holder,
RENT unfurnished house 3 Call at 372.... Clint Fleming whitewalls. White all vinyl
FOR Wallpaper. 98c a Roll 70 Boats Marina Eayila.IB Monday to Friday 9 to 5. equity. owner ] Elmer Miller ,
BR. living rm., dining rm, kit ext. :sJ. 8-S weekdays.CORVAIR COURTEOUSSALESMEN and Albert Plant. $2288
chen. 2 baths, garage & storage. HARPER PAINT CO. NOW SHOWING interior, low mileage . .
Stove & refrlg. turn. $85. 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 FT. open-cock pit. offshore I 1964 MOBILE HOMES 1963 2-dr. auto trans.
Phone 372-4221. fiberglass boat complete controls 2 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor heater & tinted glass. $100 cash 61 VALIANT4dr
FOR SALE lights. 10 & 5 gal. tanks Plans. Terms tailored to meet and assume payments. can PROMPT
2 BR. CCB $40 per mo. 220 SE Pansies In Bloom 40 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis your budget. Drive a little and FR 2-7587 after 6 P. M. Sedan automatic transmission 62 DODGE Lancer Coupe,
45th Terr Call FR 2-M77 $1.00 per doz. Phone 372-0821 ski ropes, belt life Preservers save a lot at SERVICE heater clean, premium Torque$1388
DODGE 54 2-Tone blue and Flite radio, heater .
Phone :372-5738. CONNOLLYMobile .
$1,100. car.
a. ladder.
If ZENITH portable T.V.ln good white 4-dr. RIFt AT. W-swone
For Rent
49 Rooms
condition. $40. 18" Reel type American with 85 Home Sales Inc. owner. Must see & drive .to appreciate. All these qualities are $995
17 FT. Span 2 Miles North U. S. 441
power lawn mower, $25. Call trailer. MotorIn on FR 2-9772. standard at:
hp Mercury. Phone <22-<1M
FR 4-8300. 61 PLYMOUTH Fury Sedan
NICE room. close In. Private entrance excellent condition. Boat has Closed Sundays FORD. 1963 XL 10,000 miles, Torque-

all channel antenna. Off CUT & pattern glass. Antique Bimini top. cruise tanks. Ride bucket seats loaded. small 60 Chevrolet Flite, radio, factorysteering air, power
street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd dining room set. and chest of guide steering. amp. and water 40MODELS equity assume balance.' CHEVROLET B&GMOTOR $1288
Place. FR 22512. drawers. New set of Birch pressure gauge. Marine horns pickup truck 1949. -passenger station wagon, automatic very clean . .
wood kitchen built ins. Many railing and compass. WILL DEAL $125. Call 454-1491. radio heater low mileage
NICELY furnished rooms convenient other Items. 3-T-Shop, H'way FR 6-2085. Boat can be seen at CO. Nice
to town li Univ. Prefer 100. S mile S. Starke. St.17'FIBERGIAS ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE FORD GALAXIE automatic transmission -
businessmen. I SW 10th St. :318 NW 13th FROM LOWEST PRICES, power steering $750. $1395 61 FORD V-8 Fairlane 500 R&H
Phone FR 4-5981. 15 FIBER glass boat motor t $ Cobia cruiser. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. Can be seen at 521 SE 14th Authorized Cadillac, $988
trailer. $425.00.. Saw mandrel SS HP Homellte motor. Murray Terr or' call 372-7874. Oldsmobile Dealer std. transmission, one-owner .
ROOMS for men. Weekly maid with 20" blade 8. 4Vt hp gas trailer completely equipped. I TRAILER MART .
service. Linens and refrigerator motor. 1W table saw. Spray old. $1795. FR 2-3742. 46 FORD. passenger business 59 PONTIAC
furnished. :3721115.STUOENTfurnlshed. paint outfit. Racing Go Cart months Hwv. 17. Phone 3M-1050 i coupe. red a> white leather interior New Cars: Catalina Station radio,
with 2-cyl. engine. 3-T-Shop Hway OPEN WEEKDAYS body solid 53 flathead 115 S.E. 2nd St. heater automatic wagon transmission 61 DODGE, "6" Sedan,
air cooled 100. S mL S. UNTIL 9 new WW tires radio & heater. Torque$988
Stejka.GE p.m. I FR 6-7515 all Interior.
room. S2S per month single US SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Call :372-7734 days or after 8 vinyl Flite, heater . ,
double. Cheaper by the Semes Hotpolnt 1 ton air condition. I P.M. :376-0002. $895
ter. For Information phone 372- er. 11,000 BTU. 110 Volt. $100.. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA Used Can:
0481 after t p.m. ONLY. Phone FR 2-3981. FORD 1943. Fast Back, big 2001 N.W. 13th St..
engine. $350 equity for 1150.
MEN WOMEN Rooms and "LOOK" WYATTTrailer And take up payments. Phone FR 6-7515 59 FORD 60 DODGE 9-passenger sta. wagon,
apartments near Campus. Day. New 144 MODERN HOME FR -3829 atter 4. $988
Week Month. FR 4-2937 or FR Fully Automatic Zig Zag Country Squire 9-passenger std. trans., R&H, roof rack .
4-1082. sewing machine does LANCER 41, mod-770 4 Dr. s-Stlck station wagon, radio heater,
everything $7.00 mo. full .. Sales new tires. 39,000 mL Bel. $940. automatic transmission, power
NICE quiet room carport d telephone baU due $88.00 ., _. Mr. Balwln :374-4404. Ford steering and brakes. Factory
I 60 RAMBLER Sedan clean
or kitchen privilege. S'O To Home of MERCURY 1956. 4 dr. hardtop. air conditioning. .
weekly. FR "'''1. "BRAND NEW" Pacemaker Mobile Homes Falcon I III 'one$788
. loaded with extras for $8 a week.
UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG Shasta and Airstream : $895No owner. . . . .
QUIET desirable In private! home. Semi-Automatic does Travel Trailers Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors. Fairlane j

Convenient to University end everything. $4.00 a monthor Ocala's First Mobile Home PONTIAC. 1955. two tone paint
town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. $40.00 CASH. ReachPeople Dealer Since 148 loaded with extras for $8 a
Call F R -534*. 4-2100.. 123 Silver, Springs Blvd. week. Call Bill 372-3749. H1 & H S T-Bird Down Payment 60 COMET, Sedan, clean

COMFORTABLE room close-In. Sewing Machine Service Co. Phone 29-135a* Motors.T Ford owner . . . one$788:
815 W. Univ. Ave. Ocala Fla. 57 FORD wagon $395
maid service use of phone .
374-1071 R 3. 1957 black good tires
reasonable. 422 NE 2nd St. SPECIAL10x50 mechanically good new top radio Trucks 57 PLYMOUTH $395

Phone 3741423.A UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF television Mobile home and 50x100 lot. S. heater. Low priced. FR 57 CHEVY, wagon $595 60 FALCON Sedan two-tone
COMFORTABLE front room. 3 and appl lances. If wedon't 1 mile S. of Raines Prairie. All 4-0525 all weekend It after i Used 59 RAMBLER wa,. $595 $688

windows, off street parking gentleman Wheeler's have Discount It. we'll Store get be-It. State Mobile Homes. P. M. week days. Cars 55 CHEVY. 4-dr $295 nice . . . . .

only. CaN FR 5953. ._ tween Melrose and Keystone. ReadyTo "61. 4r' x 10 2 BR. Richardson. VOLKSWAGEN 1943. AM-FM radio 59 OPEL Sedan $395
Route 21. 475-2401. Like new SJ.700 or best offer. Seat belts. White wall tires. Many more to choose from.
,I-A Wonted To Rant Call FR 6-2970. Like new. $1,495. Call 372-4498. Get TOTAL

BICYCLE FR 22573.good 32S condition.N. W. Jtif Phone Ter. FOR SALE Trailer on 100 x m PERFORMANCESHAAW
3 or more bedrooms, 1 or more lot. 1 mile outside City limits. MOBILE HOMES POOLE-GABLE USED CARS
bathroom unfurnished house. Call WANT to get stung on a rebuilt I Phone FR 2-1075 after 5:30 orweekends. RIDGWAYMOTOR
FR 2-500 after 4:30 pjn. weekdays I washer? Call FR 6- 267. FEDERAL QUALITY
or all day weekends. A-l HANDYMAN SHOP CiKEETER
First In Appliance Repairs 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 1 Mi. N. on 441 CO.
PHYSICIAN'S family of three desires at City Limit Sign ( DodgeDartDodge.Trucks)
3 Bedroom. 2 bath BQ.AND NEW 1964 Buy CALL 3725113WE I I
home. Unfurnished.' FR 23021. HOME 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- 1132 S. Main St. i ,
MODERN type truck. Has been serviced TRADE 514 N. Main St. Tel. 372-4951
230 W. II
UniversityFR FR 2-8433
54 Business Rentals Automatic sewing machines, buttonholes completely on monthly sched FOR ANYTHING .
fancy stitches Etc. ule. S700. FR 14441. 2.0503

WAREHOUSE space tor rent. LoCated Full size head. .. -
at 420 S. Main St. Call Only $88 Use .. atYftl..tfe
JOHN MERRILL. Realtor. FR IIS W. Untv. Ave. 374-1075

I 2-144. SEWING MACHINE DODGE DART sedanIncludes

$t OFFICE space for rent Univ. SERVICE CO.
. Ave. 4 Main St. 2nd floor 20c PersonTo
per so. foot. John Merrill Real WAR surplus mine detector excellent .
oj tors. 372-144. condition used by
plumbers & treasure hunters ( Heater) $1 QQ/00
AIR CONDITIONED $50. Call 374-5347 after 7 P.M.
NEARLY new modem office or SPECIAL AT JLcFc/er c '
Brltannlca. 158
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave.
Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty edition. 24-votumes with 6 yei r
1113. N. Main St. books. Atlas bookcase. Best of 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY HGTTES1
fer. Phone FR 2-1984.
f 3 STORES FOR RENT on South I' 4'
7278.Main. Phone FR 4-474 or 4- BURGLAR Ing. lewelry proof safe.A.1 fire Sacrifice> Person Poole-Gable Motors "- t ; rk i:

price of 8100.. For appt. to see
2 OFFICE spaces for rent 2 call 372041.FORMAL (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)
rooms Ideal for front office 1
with back entrance. Will wedding gown & veil
rent separately or all together. size 7. Orlg. cost $150. will sell 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343

Call 374-1480 or come see between for half price. Phone 376-7894. Want
A.M. and S P.M. weekday
12" 14 boat or utility trailer $25.
Main St.
Also Kenmore electric dryer In ....
good condition. $40. Ph. 481-2342. I
56 Business Opportunities

KENMORE wide. auto electric oven range& warming 40" Ads NEW 1964 GMC
ESTABLISHED store real
grocery compartment. $25. Phone 376- "
estate stock and fixtures. Excellent 7S1S .
opportunity. reasonably PICKUP TRUCKS
priced. Worth Investigating and FOLD-A-WAY bed, $12. Ig. mirror 'r (
Investing. Robert C. Smith. $12 3-corner cabinet $7, 2 what AS
Realtor. MICiIno Y. Ph. 444-3120. nets $1.50. Phone 4-410. .

OTHER business forces me to ELECTRIC range $40 bench saw LOW .
sell grocery store this week. $50 (ointer 'motor. scout uniforms $175 DAYTONA DURABILITY CWAAfP-rVTTH THE CONTINENTAL LOOK
Doing good business all colored $5. rush squares cotton 4 AS .
am. down payment. FR rvgs. table lamps. FR 4-49W.
4-7731, Ifter_7_p.m._,_FR__2UI! ..
FOR SALE riding lawn mower AND
Merchandise elec. starter. $44; bicycle $10
Phone 3767326FRIGIDAIRE .

Per Month including tax tfl.
61 Wanted to Buy Ironer. heavy duty Lines 5633
good condition cost $200. Sell
$50. Phone 442-1441. lift insurance financing charges?
WANT to buy U.S. & foreign t = _

I COI. old new. Rebel Stamp MY mommy has six. size 14 "A" NO GIMMICKS -' Can be bought at these
& Coin Shop 80* W. Untv. Ave.. line maternity dresses she wore
Gainesville Fta. last Spring. also several maternity ..rmsl 2-doicn in stock to choose from. i -;..::'-:'-::-
patterns. If your mom- 10
ELECTRIC or oas ceramic kiln. my needs them nave her call Tropical PontiacGMC i
l Contact Allen Edgar 372-535. orS e-5907.
after 4 P. M. 372-1743.

WANTED water cooler. ,,uefj. FORMICA showcase with register Truck Center .
well I sliding doors like -
I priced reasonable and In good new $125. Call 376-9335 between ; .
working condition. Call 3724441, I ajn.' & 3 p.m.I Days 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 _
axt. 20.; M weekdays. III I
HOMART multi stage let
WANTED 20 gallon aquariumwitft
like new. pressure tank. pipes
without pump filter
er I & fittings. Call 45-2254 after 6p.m.
etc. Reply Nik Gravenstebv 101 .
NW 44th St. or phone FR 2-
35U.l FEDDERS 1 hp aircond. $45;

,I'l 64 Ho..enoU GeM I Ice linda Peter's chest table baby$15.stroller$15 FR LIttle 2-2248.$10; Brown Babes (2) ENGLISH FORDDEMONSTRATORS FAR MORE THAN COMPACT' YET COMPACT PRICED

WE BjY and sell .U kinds of tui
nlture stoves. refrigerators, MAKE AN OFFER
domes radIo, TV etc. Cat I SO Vacuum' cleaners to good wIng \>-
FR 2337.REPOSSESSED. order. No reasonable offer
I refused. Example: GE Vacuun
Furniture. 3 roomZ Sold for $75. now $10.
living! room dinette & bedroom I THE KIRBY CO.
17 pieces. Price was 44475. Nowl 712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or -1117 ;
$30.00. payments $1X08 monthly I Immediate
$28.04 down payment. McOanleirX -I BABY bed stroller I car bed. Ex.cellent Delivery
GvUle Shopping Center. I quality fc conditIon 1115
; NW 34th Ave.
Curved sectional lOll TWIN beds w-mattresses & box
i was Situs. Now IUUS2 springs. SIS ea.; dresser 49* Immediate Savings -
\ pc. Danish sofa end chair. Was wide 5 drawers w-tg. mirror
S49.9V Now $S-Oanlsh Re $20) Dresser chiffonier 6
dinIng Chairs.. Were "L5. Now drawers $25 Antique lowboy
$ 'is-2 pc. t rtneroom Suite, OVt x 43" w-mlrror 52 x 24 :
t : Instant PerformanceThat
Was SU9.95 Now Stt.* $45] Glrfs Schwlnn Bicycle 20' *
t em Cross, Sleeper Sofa was $15 Bendix Gyromatlc Wash.
S22J3S. .NOW*!..' PCP: Macn. 12 yrs. old $10; ,Freezer. DELlVERCRANE \
cite ...... Were .....s, .- Firestone 14 cu. ft. alum. Lasts! PRICED AS LOW AS $1995 IMMEDIATE
t -, pc MapU Bedroom Suite. lined $75. FR 2-0124

Was $ *.*. Now 99.9S-4 pc. SPOTS before .
Suite, Was your eyes-on your
Walnut Bedroom
.. new carpet-remove them with LINCOLN MERCURY
t t12f.fi. NOW tV SjL Fr. Provo
Blue Lustre. Rent
Base Now ". $ electric Wfftopooer
$1. McDanMl
Solid Oak 4 poster bed was IT*... Co Furniture

;f 95,Now S49.9S-Solid Oak Panel I I for.THE. Galneeville Shopping Cen "ITS EASY TO TRADE WITH CRANE LINC9LN-MERCURY/
Bed, Was S39.9S Now $24.'>- 3 With "
t -It's Easy to Trade Crane Motet Co.
sets of Hotel Bedding. Was S7J5 -- BEST Costs .less If you heat Ave. FR 2-4251
: a set Now. ....*5 a set... .See water electrically. .Find out how FR 516 E., University Phone
Bisas ... .t McOaoleU Fur- to replace tt and get cash 5165.MahiSt. 6-2425
nlture, Gainesville SMMnfl Cen-' dividends. Call' Fullgas* your I
f ..r. Phllgas Dlst. 374-5392 i, .
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: 28 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 25.1964 ,

Figures ,Show Local Restaurant ,GroupJoins Psychologist. ..

Linguist MillineryShop

Robust Economy '

State OrganizationThe Speak'Here' I ,

,I TALLAHASSEE (AP) The 2nd Floor

State Industrial Commission reported ''Gainesville and .Alachua th Florida ,Restaurant Association *
Dr. Joseph Wepman, professor -
that payments' to Flor-' County Owner's and Operator's at a Holiday Inn dinner of psychology and directorof

ida's unemployed were significantly Restaurant Association becamea meeting. : : the speech and language cli-

lower this year,:indicating charter member of ''the flor- Seventy-five persons .including nics at the University of Chi-

that the state's economy was Restaurant Association Monday association, members ,and.
cago, will speak here tomorrow.His .
robust. I night. their wives' and local ,food purveyors :. i r talk, the seventh of the

and'professional people ags + 1963-64 Communications Science
Chairman A. Worley Brown elected .,
Lederman newly -
said the January. payments to attended the dinner. Lecture Series will be {

the jobless totaled $2. 2 million, president of the local group, Guest speaker for the, event. heard at'8 pjn. in Romm M423at
from Fred
which was $750,821 less than for the charter were Fred Orr,and; Charles 'B.Corwin ; the J. :Hfflis Miller Health
Orr executive vice president of
field of a Center
the comparable month a year representative

. the ,Florida State ,University
He will speak"on "The Perceptual
ago.The February total was $1.7 The' first city officials of Hospital ,Education Program. fI Basis For Learning." ki

million, he said,$837,221,under Nieuw ,Amsterdam,(New York) Lederman also received a / Wepman has'won wide

I the 1963 total for, the same in 1653 included 'a preacher, plaque from Rick'Milligan president for his .work' in aphasia recognition .,,

r month. court messenger i and dog catcher. .of the Jacksonville chapter psychology, and psycholinguis-, '-

Brown reported:that 29 of the of the FRA honoring the tics. He.has published two books

state's 32 unemployment claims group on charter,night. -. and ,numerous papers in, these i ;.

offices reported decreases and The largest comet observed, Officers besides Ledermanare fields.

three-Fort Myers, West Palm the comet of 1811,had'.a diame- Mac Leven, ,vice ,presidentand y.ems >r : r \rq"r'

Beach and I Sanford-listed in- ter of 1,225,000 milesgreater Carl DeProspero,. 'secre NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING a

creased ,payments. than,",the sun itself. The annual meeting of the Alpha Nu i'
tary-treasurer. 1 House Corporation of Phi Mu Fraternity -
wilt be held 1Jt the Alpha Nu Chapter -,
House, East Panhellenic I
Drive, Gainesville Florida on Wednesday -'
""'S .,April i, it64 at 1:00 p. m. the I
purpose of the meeting will be the elec.
; tion of_officers for the coming year. *' ',
- All members' are urged to attend.
& Alan Lederman, left president of new Gainesville .RUTH D. ALLER Secretary
MOlTS'S.UNOCO I. Alpha Nu House ,Corporation
Restaurant Association receives the charter from
I(31U,311. ,25W -_,.
Fred Orr, vice president of the Florida Restaurant e" --


:SERVICE In'the Court of the County ,Judge,' Ala- NOTICE Of INTENTION TO t 'f % :.w \ :i /

chua County Florida, In Probate.In I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME yr
re: Estate of Pursuant to Section 845.W. Florida '
BESSIE LOVE SHAW Statutes notice Is hereby given :
1605. N.W. '6th St. FR '6-7537: Deceased. that the undersigned GAIL F. AV.
To All Creditors and Persons' having ERA doing business under ,the firm y Ar ,r G a
Claims or .Demands Against' Said, .-Es- name of Selective Jury Service,
NEW TREDS state: 'Gainesville Alachua County Florida.
You and each of you fire hereby notified intends to register said fictitious name j
fiSlk and required to present anyclaims under the provisions of. the aforesaid
.4 ,for 4 for and demands which you, or either Statute., C'BA
___ of you, may have against the estate I Dated at Gainesville Florida; this
of BESSIE LOVE. SHAW; deceased 16th day of March. A. D, 1944.
late of ,sad County; to the GAIL F. AVERA '
County Judge of Alachua' County, Florida (3172) :3. 18, 254i/- ABC
4T 6.00 13.. 7.50.x' 14 at his office in the court house of
said ,County at Gainesville. Florida IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
calendar months' from the JUDGE ALACHUA FLOR-
within six COUNTY. ,
time of the first publication of this DA IN PROBATE. CA
? NEW TIRES notice. Each claim or demand shall be IN RE: ESTATE OF [
In writing, and shall state the placeof FAIREST MAJESTER JONES,
,residence and post office address.of Deceased. I
the claimant. and shall be sworn to by To All Creditors and Persons Having
,'to.... 6.70 x 15 7.50 x 14 the claimant. his agent, his' attorney, Claims or Demands Against Said
and any such claim or'demand. not so Estate: OPEN YOUR
$69S $995. filed shall be void. You and each of you are hereby notified I
P. C. KEETER and required to' present any CBA NOW! ', :"
As administrator of the Estate of claims and demands which you or
As executor of the Last Will, and either of you, may have against the I ...

X iNTTCONS 30:%. To ,"'40% :Discount: Testament BESSIE LOVE of SHAW .deceased.. estate JONES, deceased of FAIREST late of MAJESTER said Coun Wilson's Own : -
CHARGrr First' publication March' 18. 1964 ty to the County Judge of Alachu -
3:18, 25 4: 1. tIN ,County Florida at his office In the ContinuingBudget
.', On ALL First. Line Tires ,court house of said County at Gaines- 'TXCITJN'G
ville Florida within six calendar

ANYWILGHONOR: "' : .- 40% To .60' %, Discount I THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 'months from of this the notice.time of Each the claim first publication o AccountNO I

.' ALACHUA COUNTY.. FLORJUDGE. demand shall' be In writing and shal EASTER HATLETS
: state the place of residence and pos
On Whitehall BlemishesALL IDA IN PROBATEtIN office address of the claimant, an DOWN
CREDJTCAfcp; ;: ::.:>, RE: ESTATE OF shall be sworn to by the claimant h'
: : attorney any sue 4.00
ES'x: ': ND"'T.IRE' -CAR.. .Deceased. claim or demand not so filed sh?
!; OFF YOUR To' All Creditors and Persons. Having be void. Each claim to be filed in dHicate 6 MONTHS TO PAY
': .. -. : :*' tate Claims: or Demands Against, Said Es- '.. of'SIII0 and accompanied by a Mir.F
You and each of you are hereby notified ; A E. Jones

I T MUFFLERS;GUARANTEED. :FOR THE LIFE'OF YOUR CAR 'J claims and and demands.required which to present you. or.an ether !}. and co-administrators CARL A. JONESas of the ,

of you, may have'against the ev Estate ofFAIREST
tate of IDA MAE HENRY, deCeased. MAJESTER OPEN 'TIL 9:00
late' of said County. to the' County JONES. ,deceased 7 : -
FRONT Judge of Alachua County Florida. ,at First publication March 11, 1964
BRAKES RELINED ENDALIGNMENT his office'In the court house' of said Scruggs & Carmichael attorneys. for
County at Gainesville. Florida within the Administrators. .
six calendar months from the time of P. O. Box 136. Gainesville., Florida. TOMORROW & FRIDAY
Parts and Labor Included the first publication of, this notice. (3153) 3:11, la. 25; 4:1 a
.. .' Each.claim/ or demand shall labe, In
.. the of
writing and shall state

$14 95 19.95 :95 Camber the residence claimant and and past shall office be address sworn to by of NOTICE GAINESVILLE CALL TO FOR CONTRACTORS BIDS FLORIDA FOR YOUR LAST MINUTE

the claimant.. his agent. his. ,attorney. Sealed bids will be received by The
6 Caster and any such claim or demand not so Board of Public Instruction of Alachua -
filed shall be voId.WILLIE County, Florida, at the office*of the S
MilesGuaranteed '25,000'.M.iles DELFORD HENRY,
;. 'Toe 'In. Superintendent of Public Instruction in '
As administrator of the
the School Administration Bull ding
Guaranteed -
IDA MAE HENRY Gainesville, Florida, up to 3:00 clock EASTER SHOPPING !
deceased P.M.,' E.S.T., Thursday April 9. 164. '
First publication March 25 1964. at which time
and place all bids received -
(3191) 325,41., 8, 15.. .? will be-, publicly. opened t and '
--- read aloud for furnishing all materials
and labor and constructing the follow-
ing school building protect In Alachua
County: r


Any bid received after the specified TO YOUR
time and date will not be considered. *
Such bid must be accompanied by
a certified check, cashier's check or
INSEABO AMERICA bid bond In the amount of five per 1 EASTERCOSTUME
cent of the base bid as guarantee that
the bidder If awarded the contract.
will, within ten consecutive calendar
days after written notice being givenof
such award enter Into a written
SEA-BO contract' with The Board of Public In- .
struction of Alachua County, Florida.
In accordance, with the accepted bid. THE
and give a contract surety bond satis- $
factory to said Board In... amount t s
equal to one hundred per. cent of the )4'KI
/ r
contract price. '
No bidder may withdraw his bid
Sy ME'li i '
for a period of thirty days after the
date set for the opening thereof.
.ha All work shall be done In accordance BAG
with plans specifications and contract 4 lea sal ;
documents relative thereto as prepared -
: by Moore and May Architects
e r r. Gainesville Florida. Plans specifications
and contract documents may be
examined at the office of the Superintendent -
( R'.t of Public Instruction.. Gainesville
Y Florida'or at the office of the architect
xc 9."w "''t 44cae in Gainesville Florida.
One set of plans and contract documents
and forms for bidding may be
secured by general contractors only.
from the office of the architect, by de 99
positing therewith 1000. The deposit
from general contractors will be re- Handbags $2.
Funded upon submission of a bona fide
bid and return of said plans and contract -
documents In good condition with
r > in ten days after date set for the open
ing of bids. If the general contractors PATENT,
desire more than one set of such

< obtained by specifications paying the,cost these of may duplication be VINYL, LEATHER, FABRIC, STRAW & WICKER.
which will not be refundable.
i Subcontractors and material suppliers
may purchase< drawings and specifications
+15 from the architect: by paying .'
? tta the cost of duplication at the rate of 75 Handbag Shop-street Floor
cents per sheet for drawings -and J2JC
;3ke4 per set for specifications. plus handling.
6/TS Bidders' qualifications most be' sat.
Isfactory to"The Board 'of Public' Instruction
of Alachua County. Florida.
The Board of Public Instruction of
Alachua County, Florida reserves the
right to waive informalities In any bid h
and to accept any bid which they consider
to be bt the best public Inter-
est and to reJect any and all bids. j
Secretary 1
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