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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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TALLAHASSEE AP Dis- ment of Roman Catholic reported Thursday =; i
) cancer among nuns were morning filed suit in circuit

sib a 6 jwt agreement over the city approved at an American Cancer'Society seminar in Palm Beach Shores, court contesting his defeat in '

s'z r route of a 'civil rights Fla. the March 17 city election.

march ,in' Tallahassee split the The study is being made 'to. show. the effects of celibacy, abstinence .The suit names Byron Winn,

top ,ranks of Negro leadership from tobacco and alcohol good housing and communal living who beat Andrews by 46 votes,
today, but apparently did not and members of the Commission
on the.occurrence of cancer and other diseases in women. City
pose any threat to the demonstration as the official election
I There are about 180,000 nuns in the United States. They work
against the Senate fili- and pray a 12-hour day. A total of 116,173, ; nuns are cooperatingin canvassing board, as defend-
City and Chamber of Commerce officials this morning hailed the proposed substitu- buster over the civil rights bill.' the study.Of ants.Dr.

tion of Eastern Airlines service here with more flights to Jacksonville'and Tampa by The National Association for ,the nuns in the study group, 1,116 died In 1963. The average Andrews claims the

Southern Airways. Frank Watson, chairman of the C of C transportation committee, the Advancement of Colored age of death for the entire group was 77.3 ,years a little older methods and procedures prescribed -

Mayor Howard McKinney and Chamber President Bill Combs (from left) announced People assumed leadership.after than the average age of death for all women i in the U.S. The aver- by law for properly

1 the proposal. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.) the delegation 'sponsored by, age age of cancer death among the nuns was 67.2 years, also'above registering voters and requir

the Congress of Racial Equality the age of cancer death for all women. ing identification and certification

*. pulled out, NAACP.leaders said. Lung cancer is rarely encountered among nuns. by electors at the polls were i

Robert Saunders of Tampa, not substantially followed or

state ,NAACP regional ,secre- enforced by election officials. '

tary, said he expected CORE The suit claims an examina-

New Airline members,to join the demonstration. tion of registration applications
Urge The question was whether: Reds FreeU. in the last five months and

theywwould adhere to the ap- precinct rolls in precincts 23, 24,

proved route,'which avoided the 25, 26, 28 and 31 will disclose

,capital center and the mainstream more than 46 improper regis-.


Mrs.Ruby of traffic..Hurley of Atlanta, S. Fliers trants.Alleged registration and elee- t

1 To Serve G'ville Ga., regional secretary of the 'tion violations were cited in the .

NAACP. said, parade marshalls suit iri Westwood Junior Hi g h

would use portable loudspeaking and Buchholz Junior High poll

bull horns,to turn the mar' HELMSTEDT, Germany (AP) The Russians today ing places. .,I.

chers short of,the capital center released two UJS. airmen .whose plane was ,shot downLO. According to the suit, viola-

By JEAN CARVERSun petitioning the Civil Aeronautics to Tampa to connect with Mi- and direct them to the state over East Germany March : tions at the two polling placesfor

Staff WriterA Board for the transfer ami flights and two north,:one owned baseball park where the The ,two airmen, Capts. :David. I. Holland, 35, of Hol- precincts 24, 26, 23, 25 and

The change calls for adding to Atlanta, via Tallahassee and speechmaking'. was'j; .to',, take land Minn., and Melvin, J, Kessler, 30, of Philadelphia, '31 included:

proposal to substitute .Eastern two Florida cities'and four' .one ,to Jacksonville. place. were handed over to: American Persons whose names were

Airlines service to Gainesville in Georgia to Southern's service Frank Watson,, chairman of "We want 'an orderly demon authorities awaiting them at the vlet ,jet fighter about 20 miles not on the registration rolls
stration such as the march on Allied Hebnstedt checkPoint'on East in those precincts and were reg-
Eastern to inside Germany.
with Southern Airways area, allowing the C of C
j transportation committee -
istered in other
Washington last summer, she the., East-West German frontier precincts were
"long-haul" service Holland and Kessler rolled
announced and endorsed emphasize said the chamber is
was said in a new conference. "Thiswe at 2:58 p.m. (8:58 a.m. EST). allowed to vote in the wrong precinct -
here today by Gainesville with Southern concentrating on, pleased with the proposaL"The over, the Helmstedt frontier .
: Chamber of Commerce offici connecting flights to'major: 'terminals Chamber of:Commerce expect. The two pilots had been captive point In a U.S. Army sedan. Numerous did
people not
I" Mrs. Hurley read telegram at- an unknown location
als. such as Tampa, Jack- They were sitting in the back .
"encourages;whatever air service have their of
from Roy Wilkins nationalNAACP since their RB66 reconnaissance permanent place
sonville iuid Atlanta.
seat and to be in good
r Mayor Howard McKinney Eastern has asked that we can to get the best air director,. urging order bomber was shot down by'a So- condition.appeared residence in the precinct where .:
services available but our voted.
: greeted the announcement for Gainesville, Ocala, and the four and reason.. they
The sedan halted at
choices are limited. barely ,
-SOme
very voters not resIdents
the city, noting Southern plans Georgia cities-Rome, Macon, Wilkin's telegram to CORE *. were a
checkpoint. When it started
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He said he does'not feel that of the for than
city
to schedule four flights north leaders in ,Tallahassee more
Waycross and: Albany be said he ,
the will affect the shuttle again, a German police car six months to the election.
plan prior
I and south from here their
doublingEastern's transferred to Southern's sche regretted decision, to .abdicate proceeded it down the highway
.
service now provided for Jack- -Numerous persons were im-
present two flight the march. He pol n ted
toward the at Hannover
dule.The sonville and Tampa flights by Johnson'Pleased airport properly registered, some less
schedule. ,
I Gainesville schedule out that it,was CORE that'pro ,
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where U.S.
South Central Airlines although a. military' plane than 30
days, some improperly
Eastern and Southern
are would include two flights south posed the original route. to the
South Central Presi- was reported waiting fly registered with faulty authentication -
CORE requested the city administration

i two Americans to Wiesbaden
dent John Wright issued a statement or identification, some
this to approve a headquarters of the UJS. Air in and at times.
morning objectingto registered places
Gunman Gets'. change in the,route,to take the
Force, in
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the proposed substitution.Wright's marchers past the columnedfront other than those duly designated I
A third member of the plane'screw and others registered
statement noted: of the capitol and give the by law were
1st Lt. Harold W. Welchof
"South Central Airlines is currently demonstration greater public JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) by persons not authorized
Detroit,. Mich., was released to authenticate' the regis
$200 at Market providing adequate service exposure. -President Johnson was gratified March 21. All three'pilots had tration. .,
between, Jacksonville CORE leaders said the marchers today over Russia's re-
parachuted from their 'plane Andrews claims the
Gainesville and Ocala total .
themselves expressed dis- lease of two American fliers
and Welch was injured in land- number of votes in
improper ;
without the benefit of"a federal
A freckle faced and pleased the matter "has '
escaped NW 16th Boulevard
gunman about.9:30
also is (See MARCH on Page 2)) one or more of the precinctswas !
subsidy.Eastern been settled"The'chief
op
with more than $200 fromJackson's p.m. yesterday. sensibly ing.Presidential '
secretary more than sufficient to produce
erating without federal subsidy. press
Minit Market 4205
executive received
Night clerk James Proctorwas 'announced different election result
George Reedy_
"Theaverage subsidy for a aides'that
from
in the store alone dusting word by telephone The suit filed
Thursday in Austin, Tex., that was by attorney
stock when he said lie felt a feeder airlines such as Southern the fliers who were shot William Graham of ;
Bi-Racial gun (See AIRMEN on Page 2) Lazonby,
is in of eight dol- over
in his back. excess :LocalTVAACPJoining down East Germany Dell, Braham, Willcox and Bar- ,.
"Get behind the counter and lars per passenger. South cen- March 10 were turned over to ,ben "
i tral will object to the proposed U.S. authorities at Helmstedt' UF ;.
Takes take it easy or I']] blow your MarchAn COllegePlans
,Group the basis
transfer that
.. head off," he quoted the gun- on ,Germany, today.Presidential :'
SCA currently is providing adequate MacArthur :
man. ,: estimated 65 members :of ,press secretary '

Over in Jax He said the robber made him the service. without cost to the local NAACP and the, Student George Reedy had expected to To Is Watched -f

:( open the cash register; then lie taxpayer."If Group for Equal Rightsare announce the release throughthe .
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added service is needed -
down on the floor. Procter obey- taking.part in the march on. Texas headquarters of the' CarefullyWASHINGTON }
JACKSONVILLE (AP-S 1v- due to Eastern Airline'swithdrawal Add
CoursesMore
ed and the man scooped the Tallahassee today. President but it was considerably ". .
Jacksonville's racial SCA stands
ing tanglesis from the register Police ; readyto after the event that he was ,
in the hands of biracial money it" They left this morning on two, (AP) Army
a
today. Its job be less Chief W. D. Joiner said.after provide said this chartered busses.A I able to' tell newsmen, about,.it course offerings and doctors kept a close watch today :.
group may Mayor McKinney
packing,the cash in a s p o k esman for the group in a press center iIi Austin, experimentation are in the on the inflammation that
but strenuousas "
dangerous just as morning the city and chamber -
bad in violence paper bag that he brought with said they were part of a statewide Tex. offing in the University-of Flori has lodged at the base of the
quelling interested I
police him, Procter said the man told are primarily The President is at his Texas of
earlier in the week. movement to urge civil 'da's University Cove, Dr. Byron right lung General of theArmy.Dougw .
him to get up'and open a cabinet '(See,AIRLINE,on Page 2) rights legislation ranch for the Easter weekend. Hollinshead, dean ofthe MacArthur.

Robert L. Milius, department on the counter near the reg.. college; :told members of" ,the :The condition: was discovered
More head who is chairman of 1ste '. The cabinet .'
contained
American< Association 'of University Thursday and antibiotics were

the new,committee, reported it money orders. Critic of Architecture 1 Professors. (AAUP) last administered. against this added ,

had organized, formed an executive ,He fled with the money 'a n 4 night threat to the recovery of the 84yearold :.

committee of five whites money orders in band. Hollinshead of three '.general from two maJor -
was one
and three.negroes,'and plans,to But outside he either
,dropped s'rC& UF deans speaking ,on theAAUP's operations within 17 days
outline its objectives tomorrow.. -
or threw away.the m p ney : :
"A New Look
program
would not- details of
He give
discussions in the closed ses-* recovered.orders, police said. They were r 4tr. :.> at The ,University of_ Florida?*' .". ...
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sions. But he said Rutledge H. And before he left, he told 9'-L' rw The two 7 otter:' pkprs'were .., SPECIAL RATE. '/:/: i::"J.!
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Pearson, state and city NAACP Dr.,Thomas ETMartin, dean ..
Proctor to stay on the floor for .
: .1
president, met with the group. five minutes or he would shoot of the College Engineering ; REAPS, SPECIAL. ,:

Pearson had said earlier he him. Proctor waited a safe .time x 2. and Dr .A.?T. York, provost'of RESULTS '< .,;#:'J.
would not join the biracial agriculture. ( '
and then called police. JItIi'.
committee unless it had the official He told them that he hadn't Hon inshead said plans' .were Mr,. Charles Green advertised ...
sanction of Mayor Haydon in the to several miscellaneous items under ::
seen or heard a car. He said bedidn't already making experiment t;
with,'the .carriculsm of' : our SPECIAL RATE of .
Burns. _
I, recognize: the man who 2.00 lotJ))0 days and sold .-
Burn; one of six-Democrats had 'held him up. But police z""' the 30yearold"pram: offered .-, 'most.of,the items within a few 'Ii..@'

seeking t*. for governor said the man apparently was by the* University, College.. ; days.. -t w

Instigated formationthe familiar with the store becausehe (See AAUP edPage.2) ..Mr. Green said he received 30 ;l:::' I,
group i--e' *< outside the knew where the money .or- to 40 inquiries about his items ...-4-
realm of government.He has.refused ders were.Proctor a E? rza >Who wouldn't be pleased with .-

in previous racial .crises described the man. results.like. that- ? ;j'.4r '

to name a biracial committee.In He said be was between 19 and --

contrast to the early,daysof 25 years old with red hair, a red WHERETO .'.> \ ".!.I"'t-
MAHOGANY twin bed suite, dr **-.
the week-when Negro youth face and freckles. .- .. tr. dud & mirror;"*WMhIng IM. 4drJn \
demonstrated and challenged police Proctor estimated his .3 'FIND ',IT : e* ce4 r chest fccekcnt VietroU. :tt
height as-531. '-. .. '
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:authority-the city turned. at 5'6" to 5V and his weight' < '* \
calm Thursday.Arrests at'behveeD' 145' and'155 1 .* ilL. .
pounds; Gomk* ._ .'. 14 ..
were below normal He wore wrap-around >sen glasses '. CJoMiM .'.'. .1519:> ,, Economical I 'Sun.Wont-Ad '-' t '
bad a white-Negro COOK '
led now !an fatigue
army hat aDd i- Entertainment .f.' 6 -Work herd ot such low cost -

potation, coat and khaki trousers. -< ., ',Obituaries>> ;; '., ,21 i ( .
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: t-ad"on
Of the cases handled this ;c '';, ; : .. 'Place family w* '
: Although:Proctor isn't t :, : $ 4 ., your ,.
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k.' the 6 12 day low rate plantCottV
l If week by juvenile authorities or familiar'with guns, he said the ; f ";;Architecture'}projects by Uaiver&Uy'af Florida siHniik'; M d Mer' ,the :pnettcedEspiao SpoiW .........<.;U.;11,12 .-, ,- ,to

I ir fe Bwaicipal cot, .all but ,a one used by,the man ippeared::..;;:ve'' (#Mrs.., Sibil Moholy-NiiE U' '(ester) 'ye tenlay. Sleet the only girl .-W '.iV-1>'; ;--.:;;" zr'< today of.. .'m-&*:< bMl. were Negro'teenagers to be :' tkek for *' fcroof RttMtts %j7 \
I an automatic. It dfcfkyed project "" '
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CLIP CORMIER la:makes us look pale by comparison BCD Fain this afternoonand

Sun Education Writer ," she said. tonight. Increasing cloudiness ,

American architecture',-like 1 The results of the American. Saturday. Low tonight By HAROLD RUMMEL he said, 'Has settled down tothose Still to be served, according Aeronautics Board Into tht

its people -:has fallen :victim. phobia for sameness are' face- 50, high Saturday near 70.' e+ +a alaaa' Sun Staff Writer I that are profitable, where to Wright, are Ocala, Gaines- causes of a crash that killed 10

to 'a pre occupation with looking l ess;, boxlike buildings with North to northeast 5 to 12 mile F t ti 1 OCALA South Central Air- service is most needed and ville, Jacksonville, Tampa, Sarasota persons at Gainesville Airport ,

alike, a 'noted architecture, &lass curtained walls; Mrs. Mos winds beComing'northeast to lines announced here this morning where the line currently oper- Venice, Punta Gorda, Feb. 3.

critic said here yesterday. bolt'': Nagy said..:And the prob east.. Saturday. ; that it is cutting its opera ates in the black." Fort Myers, Miami, Key West I
A.new I. Partly ClWtfy tMiffM tlon' airline is its and the The hearing concluded minutes -
Iem-Iss made worse in cities aft Srttirtfay. Rather cold this 'after almost/in half. The reducing Bahama Islands. I
Prof. Sibil Moholy Nagy, a MM sad .......t. Uw tmifW 3* t*. President the before noon yesterday.
where rigid steel structures die .. .... r John Wright cited number of cities served and Wright said the Ocala based
history professor at Pratt Institute 44 kick SatvNay 4* I the
who sat
land economic for the .cut: number of employed, airline will Wright, through
tated by space and high E F G Cloudy with some showers reasons personnel maintain its fleetof 1
in Brooklyn and an out- ending tonight. Low tonight about M entire two-and-a-half day pro
back. said. 11
costs results frame. Wright twin-engine Beechcraftsand
in rigid
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critic and writer-on the high Saturday In mid- 70s with con.
spoken
"The outside,of the modem siderable cloudiness. Variable S to 12 After surveying the numberof The pilot staff is cut from two amphibian airplanes.His ceeding but did not testify, with-
subject of architecture isvisit- mile winds. hearing
building becomes a'mere enve- H I J Considerable cloudiness a WU routes in Florida, the firm, 20 to 13 and the number of citIes announcement of the cut- held any comment on the -
ing the University of Florida this afternoon of his air-
and tonight. Partly or the operation
I lope to hold the:Inside.'There is cloudy Saturday.,Low tonight 65 to served is' being decreased back came on the heels of a
this week. I little opportunity design 70, high *fc"tiy In low 80s. Variable t .,,,, ,pYe from almost 30 to 11. I public hearing held by the Civil line until this' morning. He talk-
mostly.northeast to east 5 to 15 mile : ed of both today.
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She said designers had to'fight and ,form. '' wind '
K : p. r II to cloudy, GAINESVILLE WEATHER More AboutAirline
togetherness, a cooperation Ttaolated brief He defended
,>iMrs.Moholy -Nagy the'wiof through saturant.0r show pilot Roger
complex, and indifference,; for: ww. the famous, architect, .';Low aX-tonight Variable about mosffy 70. High northeast Saturday _'-:- Municipal Airport readings QIiituartt Thompson's physical condition.

contrast in planning new build. Jalnter-and-educator who diedin to east 10 to 15 mile winds. for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: < Testimony was Introduced at

ings. 1950. Moholy Nagy cofoupdodtbe'auhaus TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE H L Prep. High 74 at 10 ajn., low 52 atJactiaenWli. the hearing to the effect that '

'German ..- -n-.49l.U"- -8.aan' ." Rain L3S-inches.! had been dischargedfrom
suffenn badly Thompson
"Our society is ng -; vr OSCAR CORDON Graveside services will be
from tendency to"eliminateall etecatiaiTinstitution was 7k From Page 1 Funeral services were held in conducted by Rev. Glenn Yatesof the Navy because of "phy

contrast There ,is no:,challenge later transplanted ,to Chicago. Atlanta 65 33 -' ALMANAC .. Pensacola yesterday for Oscar Pine Grove Baptist Churchat sical deficiencies." Their, na-
New Orleans M 40 : Sunset today ............... :45 p.m., establishing good air service ,
to be different," she said. :Between formal lectures yes- Boston 50 34 '..41 Sunrise tomorrow' ............4:23..m. F. Cordon, who died Tuesdayin the Wacahoota Methodist ture wasn't disclosed. ,
N rk S3 33 11 Moonrise today ,.............<:31 pjn.' here. '
terday and today she roamed W ashing ton 71 35 .01 Full Moon tonight ..........9:49 pjn.PROMINENT the Baptist Hospital there. Cemetery. Wright'said this morning that
"The Chamber of Commerceis
It makes ours an "impoverished" -barracks-like Grove Hall; home Chicago Kansas! City 33 2t 31 22 -.01 Arcturus, rises STAR'"_............7.53 p.m. not in the Eastern Airlines He was 68. Born in Marion County in 1893, Thompson apparently was phy-

civilization, she added. e, oft the department of .architecture Ft.Denver Worth 54 46 25 43 -- VISIBLE Jupiter, sets PLANETS...................7:., pjn. South Central ,Airlines or Mr. Cordon was a former res- he is survived by 4 daughter, sically all right while he f'
"Architecture in V en ei ue- talking to students and Los Angeles I F .70' 'SO' Venus 'high above Jupiter. ident of Gainesville and was a Mrs. Ester Nix, Ocala; five worked for the airline.He .
Seattle 4? m .01 Saturn rises ......,..*..>..*...5.08 a-m.- Southern Airways business, he
I criticizing their works. said. "It is in the Gainesville fertilizer plant superintendent brothers, Calvin; Sam, Ray and said as a commercial, pilot
MARINE FORECAST KEY TIDES
CEDAR
Last night she spoke on the EAST GULF: Northeasterly I to 15 Saturday-High at 1:52 ajn. and 2:02 business., We want: good air In Pensacola. Lawrence, all of Gainesville and he was required to pass the ,
r More About subject of "The Indivisibility of considerable knot winds cloudiness.through Saturday Showers, with p.m.Sunday Low.-High at $:OS at ajn.2:29 ajn.and 1:25 and pjn.2:21 transportation." Survivors include hIs widow, Arthur, of Day, Fla.; and a sis- "most JHgorous physical exam-

Design." Tonight she will talk .north portion .late- today and tonight. pjn. Low at '-32 ajn. and .-SS pm.FiveDay McKinney said 40passengerMartin the former Lola Kite, a brother- ter, Mrs. Agnes Peeples, Jack- ination" by the Federal Avia-

on city planning., Forecast "404 type planes will in-law, David C. Kite,, of sonville. tion Agency at least once a 1-I

AirmenFrom Commenting on the latter, she be used by Southern, similar in Gainesville,' and' a sister in- FLOY 11In&ERCHIEFLAND year. If he had any physical t

said planning of citites has be- size to the plane Eastern flies law, Mrs Ada Bethea, also of discrepancies, they were eviden-
Temperatures will average over the weekend. Precipitation Funeral services
corrected before the FAA
theoretical and Into Gainesville. Gainesville DavidC. tly
too nephew
a ,
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come
sepa- near normal. Normal maxima70s generally light, ,probably less for Mrs. Floy Miller, 20,
1 issued him commercial license .
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rated from architecture. Watson said it is "highlylikeIy' Kite Jr., of Tampa. Other i
north, near 80 south. Normal than one half inch occurringmost who died from injuries receivedin he said. I
"City planners have .forgot Southern could beginits relatives live in Kentucky. and J
minima 50s except 60s southeastcoast any time during the five- an automobile accident Wednesday didn't defend '
would But
Holland and Kessler be service here before the Wright
ten that cities hi reality; are on- flight Tennessee.
and Keys.'A little warmer day period. are scheduled tomorrow -
released 'said end of the if the CAB Thompson all the way."There's I, ,
i today: He ar- ly an accumulation of buildings year au- Mr. Kite Sr., and Mrs. Bethea at 3 pjn. in the Chiefland
thorizes the flight transfer with have been with their sister in no doubt that Capt.
rangements for their return had About I Baptist Church, with Rev. Le- took with
More Eastern. Thompson off wing
been made through Soviet Ambassador Commenting on architecture Pensacola.for about one month. .roy Curry officiating. flaps down. This may or may

Anatoly Dobrynin in schools, Mrs. Moholy -, Nagy JOHN BRINSON I Burial will .be in Chiefland not have contributed to the ac-

Washington.Last said she believes they are .: .. More About LAKE BUTLER John Lu I Cemetery under the direction of cident" he said. r
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with'students not fit- the Knauff Funeral
swamped MarchFrom cas Brinson, 43, of Route I 1, Chapel of And he added that "the centerof
U.S. ted become architects. Chiefland.Mrs. .
to
Sunday, Secretaryof good 1 AAVPFrom Lake Butler, died at the VA gravity of the airplane was
It State Dean Rusk had announced "Many students lack the visual Page Hospital in Lake City Wednes- Miller was a native of well beyond allowable limits"and
on a television program 'alertness to be good archi- Georgia and :'had lived in this
that the for it could
day following a brief illness. reason
that the men would be released satisfaction over the approved the march in an effort to preclude area since 1954.
tects. They are too inarticulate 1
route. Page He was a native of Hernando be that Thompson miscalculat f
in the future. violence. Her survivors include
her husband
near and in this age a good architecthas
and resided in Haw- ed. The center of gravity fault
Other last-minute changes to Negro leaders told marchersto He said one possibility mightbe County George Miller and
The' three took off in to sell his personality. thorne for several He was brought out during the
men forestall violence were reported leave their cars at home Fact that courses now required in years. fantson., '
their unarmed twin-jet from a At'Pratt Institute Prof. Moho .by Saunders. He said a planto sheets went to local Negroes and the lower division may be redistributed -i moved to Lake Butler in 1959, parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.; hearing.
base at Toul-Rossleres France ly Nagy insists on neatnessand and employed by the Ow- Wright denied charges that
assemble in was
300 people on the others Tampa, Jacksonville, so they can be tak Crutchens, Bronson; three brothers .
March 10 on what the U.S. AIrForce proper manners from her south lawn of ens -- Illinois Glass Co. the airplane was overweightwhen
"* the capitol to pray St. Petersburg and Miami; urging en later in the undergraduate W. A. Crutchens, Edge-
called a routine training students.. had been cancelled because of nonviolence and dignity. program. He was a member of the First water, Glenn Crutchens, Romeo, it crashed. '
"I'won't talk to them when He said it
flight the difficulty in controlling Plans were for the marchersto Martin called for curricula Baptist Church of Lake Butler, and Herman Crutchens, For t was equipped to '
J : they come to office with fly at 9,360 pounds and that it
my
and veteran of World War H.
crowds. assemble at a state-owned re- revisions in engineering to include a and four sisters
They had been briefed on -' Myers; Mrs.I
special their shirttails out below that because
\. procedures to avoid straying hanging The demonstration was billedas creation park for speechmaking more socio-cultural_ sour He is survived by, his.widow, J. J. Perryman and Mrs. ,B. R. was some )
of fuel had been used
chewing and talking out flight in
I across into Communist East gum nonviolent. It was to be Some.,300 of the group were to Virgie Croft Brinson, two sons, Faircloth, both of Williston, and up
the of their mouths. before
corner a the
Germany because the .Russians staged on state property with hold brief special ceremonies on ses."Design without reference to' David and Mike, a daughter, Linda and Peggy ,Crutchens,I pre-flight run-up
Women be craft left Ocala the
not cut out to of
are morning
had downed a T39 on Jan. 28, the consent of the Florida Cabinet the south lawn of the capitoLThe social constraints is a mere exercise Joan, all of Lake Butler; his Bronson. '
architects ''she's ld the crash.
killing the three American officers American, especially Negro leaders expected Rev. David Brooks, local hi technology," Martin:. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. I estimated the ,
aboard. girls. about 5,000; including white in- member of the NAACP, said the said. "The engineer must move > rinson of Lake City; a brother DANDRIDGE WALL Investigators

"They are too, spoiled to do.' tegrationists, to take part.It marchers would carry,signs protesting with 'equa 'ease between'science Carroll of Lake City, and I LONG ISLAND, N. Y. Word I plane weighed 9,402 pounds at
The weather was partly the unglamorous, mechanical is joint project of the COn- the' filibuster and sing and the 'common values I two sisters Mrs. Pauline Brown has been received here'of the the time of the crash 42 )J
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y I cloudy, but a haze made visibility jobs like drafting. A'woman can gress of Racial Equality and the freedom: songs. Whole ,choirs of 'social life.". I Nashville, Term., and Mrs.I death of Dandridge Wall, 61, pounds over-weight.

I poor U.S. air control, : 'never be a specialist*' because National Association for the Advancement were to be in the'lineup, but no .Provost, York said rigid departmental Mathilde, Ewing of Lake City. '] whose son, Sam; is a Gaines- In his discussion of the hearing '1
ficers tried to keep the recon 'she?always' sees a"relationship of Colored People. musical instruments 'organization*in the *Funeral services will be con- ville contractor.He today, Wright did admitone

naissance bomber on sours In things. Not men though." Men Weeks went into the planning of Gov. Bryant said yesterday he University's agricultural pro ducted at 3 p.m. today at the died Wednesday and servIces -, thing brought out during J
structure in the of .
see objects. course testimony.He
r even giving radio calls in plain expected that the march would grams handicaps research. Parkview,Baptist Church hi' will be ,Saturday at 1:30

could language understand.The that Soviet monitors Japanese to, the women rule,are said an I Mrs.exception -More About be"as peaceful as" a gatheringof New team concepts of 'agricultural -Lake City, with Rev. H. G. Mo' p.m. at Walter B. Cooke Funeral -' doubt,"said a missing that "without"elevator a

j bird watchers. research are provid- Elroy officiating, assisted by Home, Long Island.
Moholy-Nagy. They seem to,enjoy down spring" was a contributing
' I The RB66B then was near the mechanical aspects of Good PlatformJEFFERSON ing interdisciplinary, advantages -Rev. Harold A. Green, pastor. He was an accountant for the factor to the fatal crash. The

the central air corridor to Ber architecture and they are good Jax : he said. Internment will be in Memorial Westinghouse Corp. spring was left out by Airline ..
lin. draftsmen. Ga., (AP) = He cited radical changes in Cemetery with Sherrill, Guer Other survivors include his wi- Training Inc. of Fort Lauder-

.I While six,eandidates for sheriff Florida agriculture'as evidence ry Funeral Home in Lake City. dow; a son, Frank, Fort Lau- dale when it modified the craft

j COMPLETE I From Page 1 told a rally of their intentionsto of the need for increased -, in charge of arrangements. I derdale and three daughters, shortly before the crash in '

o rid Jackson County of its car- flexibility in planning at the Mrs. Katherine Ray, Fort Lau- Gainesville, he said. I'

Floor Planning engineering More than 100 of them went to thieving reputation would-be College of Agriculture and ex-. ROBERT COLDING I derdale; Dr. Margaret Wall, Atlanta Wright said South Central accepted
Robert J. Colding
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Services for
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tension services.
the city'prison, farm for seven- thieves were tryingto: steal.an and Mrs. Nancy Carruth, the plane in good faith
Inter. Design & Decor. 'Cecil 'Smith installed 70 2405 NE 3rd PL, will be
Dr. ,, newly ,
day terms; or longer if they hada auto outside the courthouse. Scarsdale, N.Y.Memphis. from the South Florida firm
FOR record of past arrests. Witnesses said the two president of. the AAUP' Sunday at 2. p.m.
young and that the work
on
BAR'S COCKKTAIL LOUNGES here introducedat He died,Thursday at the Veterans papers
chapter' was.
False bomb threats and bogus boys escaped after a chase, were in order.

't RESTAURANTS AND PACKAGE STORESWe fire-alarms were about'all that when the forum' broke up Thurs sics the Building meeting, auditorium.held in the Phy- Lake Administration City., Hospital at Meet The missing 'spring would < I

remained of the early week bristling day night. Chelf have caused the craft's controls .
Will Work With Your ,Architect I. seeking Fire L C. Nicholson is
at Mayor Burns' declaration The six candidates are
Generous Financing attending the 36th annual Fire to be harder to move than
I that sit-in demonstrations to succeed Sheriff John Department Instructors Confer- they should have been according r
must cease and his in Brooks, who is under a five-: ManIs I
BARSCO SUPPLY CO. ,swearing Charged ence in Memphis, for four daysof to testimony during the I
II of 496 firemen as special policemen year sentence hi connection witha study and discussion of latest CAB hearing that ended yester-
C. R. MOBLEY to enforce it. theft ring.
i car
( t fire prevention and fire control day.Concluding

! i 702 West Bay St. ,JacksonvillePh. With Hit Run methods. Wright said his the FAA c o mment had,

JiV ; .. FR 6.5212-Ext. 35 ; I i One of the principal subjectson made a thorough investigationof
I this year's program to end "

WHAT WILL YOUR Officers arrested a man this about a half mile north of High :today,",is discussion of fire con- dures his airline's and that operating,many proce-safety

morning,who allegedly,fled the Springs into the path 'of the trol'problems posed by three practices "have been further

scene of an accident that seriously .southbound car. I recent fire disasters occuring in improved.
111011 J Gainesville an Indiana colosseum, an Ohiomrsing' "South Central has never operated
EY PROPERTY TAXES i injured a I Wright's small foreign ,car '
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woman last night near: High, slammed into the side of Tuck, home, and a Jacksonville any aircraft without the

Springs. I er's 1959 Cadillac hotel in each of which there utmost regard for safety," he

,. ; ,-- .. Highway Patrol Trooper Rob- After the accident, ,Tucker was a high,.1 loss in lives. added. -
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Just tell us how much ". .-Cnk- 24- ,..taM24' BE. FOR 1964!, ert Westberry identified the man took. his, car to Leesburg.
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'' you need to pay,old '-1T1ltthr. uent sv YM- Monthly
:> bills for home' improvements : FtymmfeJ11.0J Renfro ray.antsk as /_Thomas David Tucker Jr., Westberry said thsi morning' ,EXPERIENCED

k car,:repairs .- $185.00 ) S428.00 $25.00 46, Post Office Box 902, High after: arresting Tucker, ,that be .
/ all.jourr: ,269.00- 6.06S3 4b -*31.00 Springs. He charged, him with will have the car brought back

;I Phone seasonal for expenses...' mOO '20]0 eoojdo 34.39 leaving.the scene of an accident here; A Leesburg,Trooper esti- from $9.95RCA

I ,courteous service.prompt..' L >f.IIM salerasLaa6 priIICifII.Itl It: ,all depends upon that caused- injuries :'a felony. mated ,damages to it at $550; MOTOtALA
\00 Tucker was jailed and re- Westberry said..pamages MAGNAVOX DUMONT
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;i :LOAN 1WTO"$600' T whether or not you :, leased a short time later under to: the: Wright. car SENTINEL-TRAVELER-ZENITH, Etc.
were.about $700.Gainesville. ALSO USED HI-FI'S STEREO'S & RADIO'S
bond.

':} $500 He was arrested by Westberry
WM N.Main
608
J FAMILY I -:L when he surrendered at a Sun i .

J I'I : a lor ; : Gainesville ice plant about 9 Published evenings except St.

l I i FINANCE{RVICE, INC. FILE ajn. this morning, the Trooper Saturday and Sunday mornings .j.
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by the Gainesville Publishing
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dergoing surgery at. Alachna

T General HospitalHer CIRCULATION RATES IT
Decorator Styled i ; injuries included a broken CARRIER OR MAIL: HURRICANE :,

leg, but her condition wasn'tavailable l 1 Week .45 -
She 3 Me $5.85
late this morning. *

j. DRAPERY FABRICS; apparently wasn't critical, how All mail 'Ubsciipti ns must FENCEProtect
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I' Hundreds. qf old and oew home-owners have,, not filed ever.Mrs. And
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Wright was a,passengerin
Member of Audit Bureau of
their 1964.FIoniestecd Exemption-applications. These 'a far driven by her 1 basband, Circulation.Al Beautify

Applications must be filed with the County Assessor. Alvin Owen Wright, 25..He and Your HomeNOW
atDISCOUNT material contained hereto Is 3
s 4t r efore April'ts :' their,small child were uninjur. the property ,e* the Gainesville ,
PuMsMn Company (c) 1W4. R. ,
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To TALLAHASSEE (AP) Secretary I ed,2,137,801 registered voters in .
RockyALBANY of State'Tom Adams said Florida. He said 1.5 million .
Florida would not have a truly more were eligible."It H
N.Y. AP) Gov. representative government until I sJ
Nelson A. Rockefeller suffered "a substantially'greater number is indeed an unfortunate ,
serious defeats on.two major is of citizens participated regularly commentary on our state thatso ,' .
sues during the 1964 session of in.elections. I many of its citizens have voluntarily i
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the New York State Legislature, I deprived themselves of 'orne au n r y? I
which'.ended He issued statement yesterday the right to votethrough apathyor .'
early this morning urging'' eligible, voters to: sheer lack of interest in the 12 Storesto :- :
on: a. note :of anger and bitter- register. vote in the May primaries governmental process," he ad- &
ness. before the 5 p.m.. dead-
He claimed success on eight line April 4. ded.Adams J
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said unusually heavy
issues he listed as important. Serve
Adams said he"'expected 31 registration was r e p o r t'e d .
.But.the setbacks .It
were enoughto record-turnout in .196.LHe
by county supervisors: in recent )
the cause Republican-controlled the governor to Legislature recall- said Florida's registrationin weeks. ; You
the 1960 general elections; ; SI4PLJLlF
to session
a special April -
was depressingly. low, -
placing .W
15 for additional consideration of
the state 42nd in the nation in I ,PROPANELp.mls i '
his 'program. ] the percentage of citizens voting iI I i I 'SHOP 'TIL ,;.
Rockefeller candidate for! with 49 per cent. i,i -"
the for]
Republican nomination
"Time is rapidly running out'1
president, is
apparently con-
for these (unregistered) V
cerned that the homefront reverses people I HOTTER THAN
.22:2iiIJ
threat to his bid to participate in the Democrat, NATURAL GAS : Famous NORGE
for national pose leadership.The a ic and Republican primaries. I : Featuring Nationally Appliances .:
urge all who are qualified but I Cook & Heat Water
legislators rejected Thursday -.not yet registered to please do '
Low Cost
major Rockefeller program I so immediately." {

bills Repealed that would a law have providing: for]the The last secretary official tabulation of state show-.said I! FR 65110FLOWERS Lowest Price Ever Offered: 1 3a ,

price_ fixing on retail liquor sales!
and eased other state controls I i

1' over nor says liquor have, controls bred'the graft gover-and, I On A NORGE 2 Speed ,

corruption. i I .
the state's I' It
Repealed 51yearold t c
full-crew laws, which mandate -II Deluxe Automatic Washer!
the minimum size of crews I i I FOR I( y
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on railroad trains and are
blamed by the railroads as a,
cause of what they term feather-i J i ii ii
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; bedding. He said defeat of the i EASTER ". ,. I '. .. 70 .."
F repeal bill was "a matter of, i I ; .'). \,.,,, l..I _. i
t deep distress to me.." Organized ';: ::... (,c < 169 ::
labor opposed repeal. I : : ,. ,: '
Within minutes after adjourn-: .,' -
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ment, the governor called a EASTER LILIES ea.S295 _< : a rw:.. r.+ ::1.. .........._..;.__-__.... .1; ...."...". !."t.. YOU Name .Your '--;?. .....:'.. ,
news conference and announced: :t,. .,' ,' Own Terms! ,.
he was calling the special session -I w: k r syx r ..' ;! la, 'S """ : ', 'p I)t
:I April 15 for reconsiderationof .. .... i
the rejection of his liquor-law! HYDRANGEAS ea. $2" : :At j i THE NEW NORGE TOUCH 'N WASH" AUTOMATIC WASHER .
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I' On Cyprus I. : $4 does it again_ ,
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i'l NICOSIA, Cyprus (APBritish : :y qti:} 232-390 Priced 5 Fresh Water Rinses Positive Water Fill Extra Large Wash Tub ,
: and Canadian troops put on i Geraniums '> :With Trade 0 Porcelain Protected-entire top and .lid. 5-Year Transmission Warranty 'yo"J
blue berets and the U.N. flag
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1''' rose over their today,j i < :
'camps i 98 :
't marking the birth of the United I Variety of colors \\J\ 1ftJW1IUlOJ_I '

Nations Force in Cyprus. I r BACKED.BY -- AND THE NEW "TOUCH 'N DRY" '
Indian Lt. ,Gen. Prem Singh c AS-YEARSER I POLICY :
$
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Gyani took command at dawn I Sunday i Normal warranty covers part aad labor I NORGE AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYER: .:.'
I and assumed responsibility o?* for.on* year alter purchase by origtoaf .
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'IS, from killing each other.'- 70 1: '"oM'
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t. 6,000 British and 1,000 Canadian I and repair or replacement at dealer's Exclusive Norge 4 ways to NO "' : 0i 0 ,
,t i i option, of functional parts required to I' dry' TRADEItEEDED
soldiers. About half the British / kJ Open Daily 8-6 p.m.2 maintain machine ki normal household 1. u'
.' force will be withdrawn as!, On West Newberry of City.Rood Limits .. Open Free DeliveryA Sunday'1.6 p.m. operating cooditioa in dealer's servicing Super-Capacity cylinder "
,1 Irish Finnish and Swedish soldiers area. Invalid whea" damage is due tomisuse You Name Your w f .
I, join the U.N. force short -- ,accident or:work toy vaavfeo** '. The ONLY Dryer backed .:,W !I llliIU11"f ,I'
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I and Finns is due tonight.

Gyanl, former commander of \'V"WV4 Bnnnan ____ __............._.--
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the Middle East, told the Canadians
t I Thursday: Financing Plan for Every Need

'Our one and simple aim is

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". THERMODeep Fat Fryers .
II J absolutely we,do.impartial" in whatever 1 HANDWIRED .

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Maj. Gen. R.M.P. Carver, ? FULL TV
British commander on Cyprus,: CONSOLE
First Come First Served ,:
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also donned a blue U.N. beretto
become Gyani's second in .

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for the headgear'nd
new
Except
in command Q 1 ti = .
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throughout the 140 mile long While The
Island. But the .Canadians began ::
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d CONSCIENCE I CHINA, RUSSIA RIVALS FOR ZANZIBAR CONTROL'j''j i





:s.L 'iOiaftttsuilk.E..'' ; ftuut. 'I'HE'SOUTH OF. 'a. Behind the 'Clove Curtain ;iit iitC j i



.e ) arm fork QJtetr New York Times Is reportedly tors, the Arab sultan rigged FOR A PITTANCE Com I i '
JOHN L HA=tlbOlf. Pmlieftt satS
w PaktUhcri rAT COWLES. Tic r" l- By' C., L. SULZBERGER listed on Zanzibari rec- elections and installed a government munist aid can make Zanzibar G i

eats ED ,JOHNSON. Vhs PrMUeatM ords as "Colonel Robert. dominated by Arabs. an African showcase, a ,
:r Beautiful Eztcvttr* Eottori ,W. C. (BID) DAR-ES-SALAAM, Tangan-. Someone misspelled Conley. This revived racial bitterness black Potemkin village. Destitute
EBEKSOLK. Tie PfMltaMj sat .r yika It isn't to
1' easy say that dates from the days China alone could finance -

: .University LIONE.TeKUtof VUe DtrMUri rredfto BOB sal TuTGCity' ClremU-- fmOttn By RALPH Frfa Wtota McGlLL FiMUherOf precisely what is happeningnow SOON AFTER 73 years of when Zanzibar was the depot a propaganda network,

A U.* Haaager.j tile AUsato.. Ga.) CeuUtaUe. on the clove-producing British rule ended, a junta for Arab slave traders in subversion school and even

Zanzibar Islands. United ousted the sultan and estab- East Africa. The ASP began an impressive economy where
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j THE SUN'S POLICY r,. ._' States citizens are supposedly plotting to overthrow the sul
... .r lished a "people's republic"with everyone has bicycles. 1
{ 1. Report' the news fully and impartially In the news columns. The Glib, admitted without visas barred.but growing communistic im tan. Had they succeeded, Kas- We don't yet know how the .. ,'
: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials newspapermen are plications. Although .China sim Hanga would now be a
The ban reaffirmed for uneasy Sino-Soyiet relationship
f 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. was and Russia contest priority, boss instead of one of sever-
will work out. Each has. .
this writer after consultation
al eminences. is
the revolution is still turn- grey Hanga
-
The Sun's telephones All Deportments-372-8441 between Foreign Minister Abdul ing leftwards.But a Zanzibari who once lived sympathizers in key positions

I ;;' Want Ads 376-4672 ', : Policy"Demands Rahaman Babu and the in Moscow and whose wifeis around Karume, himself -
revolutionary president, Abeid the original coup was Russian with American a kind of non aligned

+ Karume. not Marxist. It was organized parents. African symbol. The Chinese

111 \ For the Public Ear .' The theory is that American by an ignorant Ugandan have sent in several diplo

: journalists are CIA ag- mystic named John Okello HOWEVER, OKELLO learned mats and newspaperm e n \

ents, a belief reinforced who lived on Pemba, one of of the scheduledfor while the Russians seemingly
Florida Agricultural Commissioner The Gainesville Sun is firmly in conspiracy, to work through East
II when one correspondent fool- the clove-growing islands, as Jan. 19, and organized his prefer
,; Doyle Conner has som'e of the ear- favor of having all meetings in public At the time of General de ishly identified himself witha an official of the Afro-shira- own putsch one week earlier. Germans.

I marks of a'synipy-mouthed.'l'm'/or except, o(course, :where they'are Gaulle's. visits to Mexico and laminated Pentagon press zi party (ASP), organ of, the Okello is a kind of primitiveJoan Nevertheless,. the ideological -

I the old folks" pine-woodsey politician.But closed by law for obvious purposes, the Caribbean, the Socialist card. instead of a passport. 80 per cent Negro minority. of Arc who claims dir- path has been chosen. ..
Clerical errors help suspicion When Zanzibar was relin- ection from Mungu the Perhaps 2,000 Arabs were.
such as grand jury investigations.On and Communist parties made swa-
and Robert Conley of the quished by its British protec- hili name for God. He seized slaughtered after the putsch.
he proved himself a statesmanin this issue of public meetings, we substantial gains in ,French
power with the aid of disaffected and another 2,000 are being
i Gainesville this week. have some guidelines. We feel a elections, and strikes against BELOW OLYMPUS By int.i.ndi Negro policemen oust deported to Oman and Mus 1

meeting must',be open to the publicif government wage restraints ed by the sultan. When he cat, whence their ancestors

We refer to his meeting with any one of three conditions exist: slowed the economy. 1515i! \ t SHOCKINGlY NAUGll1Yll6@wfi/ struck, both Karume and the came. Okello's "Freedom

twenty representatives of carnivals and Chinese-paid Babu fled to Fighters" are dispersed; 250
Events there, elsewhere -
the mainland in trusted men are being train-
1 : and amusement companies here (1) Any public business is trans- remind us of President canoes.
+ow euneciFA ed into a loyalist army. '
: Tuesday. There has been friction be- acted, particularly any expendituresof Johnson's recent comment But Okello had no political t

and the carnies tax the establishmentof that there are many persons talent. He asked Karume to
: tween Conner every money or SOME SO-CALLED mobile J
who think that foreign policies return and the latter, with "I
since Conner down the binding police have gone into
policy.
: clamped on any
be obtained Babu anthers
may by pressinga Hanga has
hiding, possibly waiting for
: Tampa State Fair midway a month I
button and receiving in return welded together a revolutionary another revolutionary round

I ;. ago. (2)) Any public officials participatein a printed answer. He ( government. Okello was between Chinese and Soviet
went to that other P ( sent back his native
an official capacity and par- on say today to Uganda advocates. Soviet artillery

The state Agricultural and Live- ticularly during normal working countries also had policies. while announcing heavenly has arrived and there are rumors .
Our is to to attain of his imminentand
job attempt portents
stock Fair Committee, of, which he hours. adjustments and reconciliations -k k1 violent death. 'of impending. Chinesearms

is chairman, put the Fair on proba- of differences by diplomacy shipments.It

tion because of gambling and other (3)) Any tax-supported building is and negotiations.THAT The original uprising was has evidently not been
primarily African v e rsus settled whether Moscow or
deemed unfair to the fun- utilized especially such obvious
practices -
Arab. said this will the Zanzibar
SUCH Having it Peking plan
t s seeking public. Conner also was worried spots as the City Hall and Court- exist and is widespread thinking does is is obvious the Communists "C u b a" and another

( about midway operations at the house. demonstrated each 'day by are going to make maximumuse coup may be festering in the

smaller county fairs, events which public comment, letters to -; :: 11 of Mungu's gift. Zanzi 'dove, baobab and jackfruit
Most of editors and bar' is a subversion i s t's groves. Yet one thing seems
local other
draw 'Florida's 4-H and FFA youths our officials of recent means of .
dream. It's population is less clear. The West has opted out
communication. Senator Gold- -
in droves. date have with this
agreed position. than 350,000 'it has basic of the U. S.
water wants to "send in the a game. policy
i When we protested a closed meet- Marines." The senator also l) economy, strong links with seems to be to keep a stiff up-

r Although the carnival crowd is ing of, the State Democratic Com- asks why "we can't win O IA5""""" mainland Africa, and an ideal per lip and pray; but as Okel

'r apprehensive about Commissioner mittee in the County Courthouse, the in Viet Nam." Others wantto "IM position, opposite Kenya and lo so ably demonstrated Mun-
"The movie? Oh. uh ... well. Hadnt' whose
yes. Tanganyika shores are gu helps them that help .
to and the
Commission "go
Conner's authority under a brand County promptly enacted war use "
it before the men's
?
at lodge
i you seen virtually unpatrolled. themselves.
new law, we like the stamp, of his the rule that all Courthouse meet- bomb. These attitudes reflecta "
time in the when
foot. ings would be public. The organization cy" was enforced past by armed"poli THE CONSERVAl?IVE VIEWOIN T "I

I was private but the meetingwas force 'as the, British,

r, But we also like Commissioner on public property. And the French, Dutch and others did

Conner's conduct at the meeting County Commission ruling was an in some of their distant areas How 11 11By

with the carnies here Tuesday. They eloquent expression in behalf of public of"gunboat empire.diplomacy"And as we did in Latin with to Handle the Baker Case

met on private property the Florida enlightenment. America and the Philippines. ,

Farm Bureau Building and DAVID LAWRENCE fied with the Johnson adminis- and objective body like a national three months. Then, if there t
,
the carnival operators wanted the Agricultural Commissioner Con- General Eisenhower:became tration, the Republicans .na- commission tackles the were a campaign issue in it,
WASHINGTON is
President Eisenhower in part -There aright
turally not at all hesitant
'; meeting closed to the public. ner, a young fellow in his thirties because of the Korean conflict ". way and a wrong way to let it are be inferred that the subject and,produces some the public would be able to

r also believes in public enlightenment which brought Red to handle the so-called "Bobby Democratic',administration itself feasible plan for the handlingof judge exactly what is the-

No sirree. Commissioner Connerwasn't --as witness"his open meeting with China into the war and dem-. Baker Case. A Senate committee is somehow responsiblefor these ticklish questions, responsibility of the incumbent
onstrated her to be form has taken the wrong there will be a constant recurrence -
buying midway operators. wrongdoing. administration of
: secrecy. or the
of and
J. idable, indeed, in conventional course by virtually shuttingoff suspicion
: charges and countercharges.There particular members of Con
combat and in aerial oper- the investigation of the WHAT HAS ACTUALLY
N Conner and Assistant Attorney Commissioner Conner hails from ations. former Secretary of the Dem- happened probably is not is no reason why the gress whose names have been

j General Joe Jacobs told the midway our adjacent county of Bradford, President Eisenhower ocratic Majority in the Senate. much different from the commission's report could not mentioned in the course of the

1. could'not and until we've was This means that the battleof be completed in less than inquiry.Washington.
operators that they now never really in office for eight years. Presi- much different from what has

I take part as public officials in a thought of him as a neighbor. But dent Kennedy served three. innuendoes will continue, occurred in previous adminis-

closed meeting. That settled the now we've seen him in action. They followed President Tru- and the American people will trations. Two wrongs, how-
man who inherited the loose- get the impression that some- ever, do not make a single Memo
I
issue decisively and the meeting
pro- and
thing is being hushed up
ends and the shifts in Stalin'spolicies right. There certainly were indiscretions
ceeded in the Howdy, neighbor Conner. concealed about a
open.Voice that came after the the truth and improprietiesand From the Cowles Washington Bureau
Second World War. None was matter that concerns the con- unethical conduct involvedin

able to find a policy that would duct of a prominent employeeof the Bobby Baker case, and INSTANT CANDIDATE: Although President Johnson didn't

bring"peace.." (Without the the upper House of Con- there should be a complete ex- know that Pierre Sallinger was quitting as his press.secretaryuntil

\ of the UN we could not have avoidedthe gress. posure of the transactions a couple of hours before Salinger announced it to the
People spread of war.) The right way to dispose of themselves. Whether or not press, there's evidence that Salinger himself didn't know untila

a the matter and it still can these include the breaking of little while earlier. It was only a couple of weeks ago that he

Presi dent Johnson had be done- would be for the any law on the part of any- had his office repainted, and rearranged his big collection of

'hardly warmed his office Senate committee to choose a body; they nevertheless convey personal photographs to give it a Johnsonian (as opposed to
-On The Sun's Opinion Page chair before Panama was commission of five or more to'the public impressionsof a Kennedyite) flavor. At his final meeting with the press the

rioting over the canal; Cy- outstanding citizens, either retired improper behavior by some walls were bare except. for picture: nails sticking out of the
i Opinions and comments of Sum reader on ..Ie.... In the Voice of the People column. Letters prus erupted with hatred kill. other distin- fresh paint.
mutt be signed and beer the writer's address. Names will bo withheld if requested. A letter should ings, the small navies of judges or employees of the Congress. :
set exceed 500 words and must be written on only cue side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo mad. The guished lawyers, to examine .
F, a Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Greece and Turkey $vere mobilized all, the evidence and give the There is no doubt that Bobby NAME GAME: If you want to get good and mixed up, the
intent.r ; De Gaulle recognIzed' American people an impartial Baker, while Secretary of Bobby Baker investigation is the place for: it. For instance:

I down to what is consideredthe and I continue to fatten their Red China, and the chronic report. Testimony could be the Democratic Majority in the Delaware's Sen. John J. Williams has supplied a lot of the
Have
Merchants ,
instability of Latin American taken in public or in private, Senate, carried on a lot of ammunition used against Baker. Williams' daughter is married -.
"r e g u Jar mark-up" in pocketbooks.They government, became more with the objective, of, gettingat big transactions in businessand to a man named Baker, and they have three daughters,

1'': 'Colnfy'Set-Up such citites as Ocala, Jack- won't miss my busi- apparent. None' but the most the truth and stating it finance. Did those who the'oldest of whom recently reproached grandpa for "getting' ,

EDITOR Sun: During the'J. sonville, Dunedin, Clearwater, ness, although I'm sometimes naive thinks there could be a authoritatively, together with participated with him on the after somebody::named Baker." Williams has a derk named
et cetera. On'many items of panacea policy for South America recommended courses of ac- outside have the feeling that Mrs. Baker on his office.staff.. Bobby Baker's chief counsel is
:I recent campaign for city commissioners annoying. On certain items for example, that could Edward Bennett Williams. ,
And then ,
general merchandise, the tion governing the future con- they were going to be able there's Sen. Harrison:A.
mention was I'll check around before mak- cure the effects of centuries of Williams (D., N. J.) friend ,
r Gainesville shopper can expect duct not only of employeesof to avail themselves of some a of Baker's and a member of the (
i made of a proposed Sears, to pay a 'regular per".oL25 ing a purchase, and tell a semi-fuedal plutocracy, and members, of Congress but kind of political pressure or Quorum Club that Baker helped organize. i
F Roebuck center which was to merchant where it's priced of landlessness ,and illiteracy.In .. .
per cent more than he of senators and representatives influence in official circles? "
be built at 13th 'Street and more reasonably here in 180 DEGREES: Two, final items about fAn hoar" -
would pay for the same item the old when Rud- themselves. Was Bobby Baker trading on 'Salinger:
days
,
10th Avenue. Due to a zoning Gainesville, in nearby Ocala, before he publicly announced
his he his resignation he told Bill Law I
I .in another city. Even socalled position, or was merely
yard Kipling was writing; -
policy
problem, Sears has been kept in Somtimes he rence, White House
or a catlog.
discount prices are often to ''SUCH NATIONAL commissions engaging in the same kind of commentator for ABC, about it so Law-
send the British
.J, out. higher than regular prices brings his price down, and Tommies was, to the are used in Great Brit- business transactions he would rence could have it on tape for his 6 p.m. 'TV show. And....
quiet Fuzzy-
.1. We have lived in GaineSville elsewhere in Florida. sometimes the sale goes to ain and Canada, and they helpto have been carrying on if he although Salinger claims he can legally run for the Senate in
Wuzzies the tribes
,' for only eight.months, so someone else. Perhaps if punish keep an-issue from becom- had not been employed by the California in spite of the fact that he's a registered voter in

cannot argue pro or con concerning There 'was a front 'page enough of my fellow citizens about the Khyber Pass ing a political football. while Senate Virginia, last year when he was invited to run for Congress In_ .

< the suitability of_. the article in Thursday's Sun practice this, and protest high through which, the Russians' the investigation itself is 'being San Francisco he begged off on the grounds that he could .
: invade India
about cut rate liq- will become might or putdown hardly run in California because he was a registered voter in
'\ site. keeping, prices, they more the Boers in South carried on. The commissions THE PROBLEM really con-
J However, it is my.personal uor dealers oqt of Gainesville in line with the rest of the Africa. The United States had are empowered to sub- cerns the propriety of the private Virginia.
!A belief that certain merchants (their "best goal"): This is state, and more fine stores poena witnesses and to hear transactions not only of .
Marines Haiti and Santa
of G a in e s ville::are fighting one e x a m p le of organized will be allowed to build hereas in them in closed session or in employees but of members of REPORT Rep. John A. Blatnik.of Minnesota, a friend, ad-
;
) Domingo. No lasting good mirer and colleague of Sen. .
tooth and nail to prevent.anyi price fixing. Gainesville grows. tame from that "policy. If public. Testimony is given Congress themselves. They Hubert H. Humphrey of the same
state about
t from' interfering Certain sized forces I We like it here. cannot of be expected was talking Humphrey at a small meeting last
company or group 0 r g a hope so. the under oath, and the laws with course,
we now accepted prescription week. Humphrey has
-: 1 with their "comfy" have successfully fought We'd like to be able to afford of Sen. Goldwater and respect to perjury govern. to give up all the rights nor word, and Blatnik long been known as a handy man witha

little setup. A large Sears-.against price,competition in ,it. The trouble with the way mally granted to citizens to acquiesced to this view. "Sen. Humphrey
Cuba with Marines will
occupied make a speech at the drop of "
hat
force local prices Gainesville for and ANN E. BRYAN the Bobby Baker case has engage in business or finance. a Blatnik said, "and he
4 H! store might years you the cost of long years of occupation has been known to drop the hat himself."
But the "conflict of
been handled is that the Demo phrase .

1 forays, and supervision putting,out guerrilla other crats may have unwittingly interest" has been prominentin CHANGING TIMES: Defense. .
f I ; the idea that the in recent Secretary Robert S. McNa-
conveyed they news years
!It POTOl\fACFEVER. fires in Latin America with and has mara, who for years subdivided his skull with a straight part
want to hide something. The a growing consensus
i more Marines'would be quite right down the middle, lately has taken to parting his hair
iI '. By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington BureauLBJs costly and ineffective. The Republicans, on the other approved the principle that on the left sid No significance is attached to this information

: : 'of in is senators and others like him hand, have been pointing the persons employed by the government -, except that it proves that, like lesser men McNamara is, i
program more women government humanizing Washington. of suspicion at the handling must make sacrifices
finger
Il .
i Now instead of.getting the old run-around when you call a federal official, do their party and their country 'of.the case by the Democratic and not involve themselvesin he getting a little thin on top and' like lesser men, is doing what. 'r
harm by parroting such can about it, which isn't tiuch.
I t. you get a prompt"courteousreply: "33he's'at_ the beauty parlor. glib cure-all slogans. : majority ,on the com- any transaction that could .
-
raise of impropriety
> : Wouldn't the administration's war on poverty prove more attractive if they Wft must, if we can, get mittee.This is not unusual behavioron or a lack question of ethics. that DANGER,the tourist ZONE: In case you're thinking of visiting us, now \
I' J ( I it the fight for instant affluence? of season is coming on, be advised that living in
called ,
the government
: 'u j ; along without using the ulti- the part of politicians. If Certainly our lit tie community is a lot like fighting guerillas in Viet i
mate weapons nuclear missiles the Republicans were,in the the United States has a rightto i
Nam. Item A waiter
I f 11 : The way things are going in the presidential tournament, the Republicans If we do manage to majority today, the Democrats expect its employees to give of: the at one of the best restaurants in town ) f
I gave one regular customers
: will draw a bye- and go into the finals in 1968. and attentionto a powerful emetic in her i:
their whole time
i t I avoid them, we' must, meet would be ;quick to use the coffee, ,because she didn't tip enough. Item A disappointed ;;
i be
each situation as it developsand tactics 'to their jobs and not to
I : !i -= .Labor Secretary Wirtz opposes the plan of some economists of pay people for do the best we-can with it, same suspected wrongdoing expose by any any' engaged in side, businesses holdup victim announced man stabbed in a advance prospective that he victim three times when the
only had $15 Mmr
t J, doing nothing. He prefers the old-fashioned American custom where in governmentemploy. on
a man Some will require operationssuch one in_the opposite party. But while they are
\ r. : is supposed to be paid for doing, as little as possible. as Viet Nam. Others may the country is getting thewrong If those businessesare q

f 5, be worked through the UN/as impression about the' in any way related to If
The' Treasury is plagued by a big run on silver dollars. Folks are looking in the.Gaza strip, the Congo integrity of the Senate itself. pending legislation or to action -

I ,i i'l J! for those old ones that used to get 'you a watch, a steak dinner or. a decent hang and Cyprus Diplomacy ,and People are being, led to believe by government.agencies, F2WA .,9itdtt4Ut4
,
I over. disclosure of any such
cooperative aid programs that behind the. scenes prompt :
.
j '-- might dampen down other there are undisclosed scan- conflict of interest is obviously -
Democrats vote to kill the Bobby Baker probe. After all, why persecute .
i a fires. Europe and the changes dals. Because_some of the persons necessary. .
: poor southern boy whose only goal was to go north and try to, get some of it there. win:require other flex"' mentioned in the.,Bobby

.. Uek frail tlaeYuk..1 -, ible policies. Baker case are closefcr i&ati- _BUT UNTIL some impartial '" -. ; "
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FOR ZANZIBAR CONTROL
&r .. CONSCIENCE"OFF' CHINA, RUSSIA RIVALS




:1r' ::<&aitttsuillt' Sun' ; Behind the Clove Curtain I



t' THE b
.. "
.rue fork Qftora New York Times Is reportedly tors, the Arab sultan riggedelections FOR A PITTANCE Com-

L JOHN X. HAKKISOlf. PresUemt sal By C L. SULZBERGERDARESSALAAM listed on Zanzibari yea and installed a gov- munist aid can make Zanzibar

."1 rvbfehcri ti ED FAT JOHNSON.COWLES.Tie Vfe PretUemtM4 FreUte SOUTHBy ords as "Colonel Robert." ernment dominated by, Arabs. an African showcase, a

'.:, Zxecrff EJiUrt 1Cw CBffl Tangan- Someone misspelled Conley. This revived racial bitternessthat black Potemkin village. Des-
J ;4 Florida's.' Beautiful rt EBEas LE. Vk rrcsUttt ... A4crtllBf yika It isn't easy to say dates frdm the days titute China alone could fin- .

"'versity City DlrecUrt BOB TABTAGLIONE. .- RALPH McGILL precisely what is happeningnow SOON AFTER 73 years of when ,Zanzibar was the depot ance a propaganda network,
Tte FmiteX ad Ctreslsti.a PmtUscr Frb fftaatec t.btlsker the Arab slave traders in
on clove-producing for subversion school and even
British rule ended
Yus er. Of tk. AUMU. (Ga.) c.uue.u- a junta
: Zanzibar Islands. United ousted the sultan and established East Africa. The ASP began an impressive economy where

: THE SUN'S POLICY '" : '"'-t.,.,., States citizens are supposedly a "people's republic"with plotting to overthrow the sul- everyone has bicycles.We .
; admitted without visas but tan.Had they succeeded Kas-
communistic im-
/ ... ._ ,. 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. The Glib newspapermen are barred. growing China sim Hanga would now be don't yet know how the
'0 Sun in-but in-editorials plications. Although Sino-Soviet relation-
2. Express the opinions of the only ot uneasy
The ban was reaffirmed for boss instead one of sever
.' of controversial issues. and Russia contest priority, ship will work out. Each has
3. Publish all sides important, \.'
this writer after consultation al eminences. Hanga is
grey
"
; the revolution is still turn-
1xJ in
.4.. f.:; The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441' between Foreign Minister" Ab- ing leftwards.But a Zanzibari who oncelived sympathizers around Karume key, hImself positions -
U Want Ads-376-4672 '- PolicyDelUands dul Rahaman Babu and the in Moscow and whose wifeis
kind of aligned
a non -
revolutionary president, Abeid the original coup was Russian with American
Karume. not Marxist. It was organized African symbol. The Chinese
parents.
The theory is that American by an ignorant Ugandan have sent in several diplomats
[11:11:
: For the Public Ear and e n
newspaperm
) journalists are CIA ag- mystic named John Okello HOWEVER, OKELLO learned .
while the Russians seemingly
ents,. a belief reinforced who lived on Pemba, one of of the conspiracy scheduledfor
I'
i1 Florida Agricultural Commissioner The Gainesville 'Sun is firmly ,in when one correspondent fool- the clove-growing islands, as Jan. 19, and organized his prefer to work through East

,//1 Doyle Conner has some of the earmarks favor of having all meetings in pub- At the time of General de ishly identified himself witha an official of the Afroshirazi own putsch one week earlier. Germans.

of a syrupy-mouthed "I'm for lic except, of course, where they are Gaulle's visits to Mexico and laminated Pentagon press party (ASP), organ of the Okello is a kind of primitiveJoan Nevertheless, the ideological
card instead of a passp 0 r t. 80 per cent Negro minority. of Arc who claims dir- path has been chosen.
the old folks" pine-woodsey politician. closed by law for obvious purposes, the Caribbean, the Socialistand
Clerical errors help suspicion When Zanzibar was relin- ection from Mungu, the swahili Perhaps 2,000 Arabs were

r, -f ...,,:such as grand jury investigations.._ Communist parties made and Robert Conley of the quished by its British protec- name for God. He seized slaughtered after the putsch

But he proved himself a statesman On this issue of public meetings, we substantial gains in French power with the aid of disaffected and another 2,000 are being

in Gainesville this week. have some guidelines. We feel a elections, and strikes against BELOW. OLYMPUS By Interlondi Negro policemen oust- deported to Oman and Muscat -

meeting must, be open to the publicif government wage restraints ed by the sultan. When he whence their ancestors
15I1SSHOKIIGJ.Y\ NAU6HTYI6@W[ r struck, both Karume and the came. Okello's "FreedomFighters"
We refer to his meeting with any one of three conditions exist: slowed the economy. 250
Chinese-paid Babu fled to are dispersed;
twenty representatives of carnivals Events there and else- the mainland in canoes. trusted men are being train-

and amusement companies here (1) Any' public business is trans where, remind us of President ed into a loyalist army.

Tuesday. There has been friction_ be-x acted, particularly any expendituresof Johnson's recent comment 40W PIAYIN6By But Okello had no political
5'-
talent. He asked Karume to
tween Conner and the carnies every tax money or the establishmentof that there are many persons OIS SOME SO-CALLED mobile
who think that foreign policies r:; I > return and the latter, with police have gone into

since Conner clamped _down on the any binding policy. may be obtained by pressinga Babu, Hanga and others, has hiding, possibly waiting for

I Tampa State Fair, midway a month button and receiving in re- welded together a revolutionary another revolutionary round

\ ago. (2) Any public officials participatein turn a printed answer. He vd'IME ( government. Okello was between Chinese and Soviet
went to that today'other sent back to his native Uganda
an official capacity and par- on say advocates. Soviet artilleryhas
countries also had policies.Our X while announcing heavenly arrived and there
are rum-
and Live- ticularly during normal working
.J The state Agricultural ... RE.OM portents of his imminentand
job is to attempt to attain iJr ors of impending Chinese
stock Fair Committee, of which he hours. adjustments and reconcilia- violent death. arms shipments.It .

1 is chairman, put the Fair on probation tions of differences by diplomacy -- The original uprising was has evidently not been

I because of gambling and other ((3)) Any tax-supported building is and negotiations. primarily African v e rsus settled whether Moscow or

I I practices deemed unfair to the fun- utilized especially such obvious Arab. Having said this, it Peking will plan the Zanzi-

t : seeking public. Conner also was worded spots as the City Hall and Courthouse THAT SUCH thinking does is obvious the Communistsare bari "C u b a" and another
exist and is widespread is I going to make maximumuse coup may be festering in the
about midway operations at the ,
demonstrated each day by Rt.' of Mungu's gift Zanzi- clove, baobab and jackfruit
4 smaller county fairs, events which public comment, letters to -' :
;.k1...
bar is a subversion i s t's groves. Yet one thing seems
draw Florida's 4-H and FFA youthsin Most of our local officials of recent editors and other means of. a ,. dream. It's population is less clear. The West has opted put

droves. date have agreed with this position. communication. Senator Gold- 1)VV'1'2'l than 350,000, it has a basic of the game. U. S. 'policy

i .. When we protested a'closed meet- water wants" to "send in the -rtI- )) economy, strong links with seems to be to keep a stiff upper
Marines. The senator also
Although the ,carnival crowd is ing of the State Democratic Com- 'asks why "we can't win ''t T.rc, :... mainland Africa, and an ideal lip and pray; but as Okello -
: ,
s and demonstrated Mun-
position opposite ably
Kenya so ,
.
mittee in the County Courthouse the "
Commissioner
about in Viet Nam. Others
J apprehensive wantto "The movie? Oh, yes. uh well. Hadnt. Tanganyika whose shores are gu helps them that help
Conner's authority under a brand County Commission promptly enacted "go to war and use the "
you seen it before at the men's lodge? virtually unpatrolled. themselves.
new law, we like the stamp of his the rule that all Courthouse meet- bomb. These attitudes reflecta
I time in the past when "poll.cy"
Coot.1f ings would be public. The organization enforced
was by armed -
was private but the meetingwas force as the British, Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- Ter., will be held at the New

\ But we also like Commissioner ,on public property. And the French Dutch and others did COLORED, NEWSB. Gainesville 5th Sunday Mins Hope Baptist Church in the

w Conner's conduct at the meeting County Commission ruling was an in some of their distant areas ters, Deacons, Laymen's .and Bland settlement Saturday at

., with the carnies here Tuesday. They eloquent expression in behalf of public of empire. And as we did with F., Childs, Colored News Editor Woman's Auxliary will begin 2 p.m. with 'Rev. L. A. Till-

"gunboat diplomacy" in Latin today at 8 through Sun Interment will
the Florida enlightenment. p.m. man officiating.
f met on private property America and the MEMORIAM CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt.
J Philippines. day. Saturday at 8 p.m. there .follow in the Bland Cemetery.Her .
Farm Bureau Building and In loving of our fa- .
_
memory Carmel Baptist Sun-
'i will be with Novella
(I the Agricultural Commissioner Con- General Eisenhower became ther Scott who died 12 a program -
wanted Joseph
I the carnival: operators President Eisenhower in' day School, 9:30 a.m.; morning Price in charge. Sun day immediate survivors in-

4 meeting closed to the public.No ner, 'a young fellow in his thirties, because of the Korean con-part years ago today; The love still worship, 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30 School, 10 a.m. with the superintendent clude her mother, Mrs. Mattie

also believes in public enlightenmentas flict, which brought Red lingers in our hearts for you. p.m.; and evening worship, 7 and teachers in i Harrison, children, Moses Tho-

sirree. Commissioner Connerwasn't witness' his open meeting with China into the war and dem- You. Alberta are gone'Pitman but not and forgotten. Bessie- p.m. There will. be mid-week charge. Rev. H. Kinsey, presi- mas Sr., New Jersey, Nathaniel
Thomas Mrs. Mattie Lee
,
Meditation
buying midway operators. onstrated her to be formidable Luther Services Tuesday, dent; or Rev. P. E.Hinson, vice
secrecy. McCray, ,dauhgters:
: Carter and Laurence Thomas of
7:30 pjn.; Youth; Forum \Wednesday -
indeed, in conventional president, will review the les
Scott Ora Scott Rev. Rich-
,
combat and in aerial oper 7:30 pjn., ,and also Preaching, 11 a.m. dinner Gainesville and Mrs. Ruby Lee
son. ;
c Conner and Assistant Attorney Commissioner Conner hails from ations. ard Scott, Raymond Scott/Sgt. Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will meet Jones of Jacksonville.The .
and 1 p.m.; there will be an
Alvin Scott, A. Scott Joseph
: General Joe Jacobs told the mid- our adjacent county of Bradford, for their rehearsal, 8 p.m.; andTeachers'
E aster presented,
President Eisenhower was Scott, Jr., sons.JONESVILLE program procession will leave her
way operators that they could not and until now we've never really in office for eight years. Presi- Meeting, Thursday, 8: 3 p.m.; and devotional services, residence at 1 p.m. Duncan

take part as public officials in a thought of him as a_ neighbor. But dent Kennedy served three. NEWS p.m., and also Business Meeting 6:30: p.m. Followed by an all Brothers Morticians are in

closed meeting. That settled the now we've seen him in action. They followed President Tru- TO OPEN SEASON 8 pjn. Rev. T. A. Wright, male soloists program 8 p.m. charge.
man who inherited the loose- pastor; Mrs. Esther W.'Hamm, Be present and enjoy the rich
and the meeting
-
issue decisively proceeded The Jonesville Dodgers will
Choirs No.s 1 and 2
ends and the shifts in Stalin'spolicies reporter. fellowship. There will be an WILLIAM L. JENKINS
in the Howdy, neighbor Conner. open their season this week-
open. willhave their rehearsal on
that after the hunt 5
came Easter egg Monday, p.m.
end. The meet Rut-
Dodgers
Second World War. None was at 3p.m. Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter; Funeral services for William
ledge Tigers, Saturday
I able to find a policy that would I .; and Edgar Rattlers Sunday p.m.Pleasant Rev.[ H. Kinsey, pastof. Jenkins, of 610 SE 13th Street,
bring "peace." (Without the Plain Methodist will be held at the Greater Be-
of the UN we could not have avoidedthe at 2:30 p.m. at Jonesville.The Church school, 9:30: a.m.; and Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion thel A.M.E. Church Monday at

Voice People spread of war.) fans are invited. Ladis there will be an Easter program Easter services will be observed -2 pjn. with Rev. M. M. Lindsey
Ross and
owner reporter.
1 p.m. Following that throughout the day. Church officiating. Rev. W. S. White

Presi dent Johnson, had program, eggs will be given School, 10 a.m.; morning worship will assist. Interment will followin

On The Sun's Opinion Page hardly warmed his office EASTER ACTIVITIES away. Rev. Lonnie i Zimmerman infant baptism, 11 ajn.; the Grass Lawn Cemetery.His .
chair
before
== Panama
was The Greater Bethel Club will Edith McClain and evening services, 7 p.m. All
pastor; ,
rioting over the canal immediate survivors
in-
Cy-
; its Easter activities at members requested to
of SUB readers welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters sponsor reporter. are pay
Opinions and comments art prus erupted with hatred kill- clude his wife, Mrs. Eva E.
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church Johnson Sunday their General Claims in connection -
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used.The ings, the small navies of Sunday. The schedule of activi- ,Chapel Baptist :- with Easter worship serv Jenkins; daughters, Miss Gret-

I Sun reserves the right to reject any letter.. to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning. .or Greece and Turkey were mobilized -. ties is as follows: At 11 a.m. School, 9:45 a.m.; morning ices. Let no one fail to respond chen E. Jenkins and Eva Alexis
''r intent. ; De Gaulle recognizedRed worship, 11 a.m.; afternoon worship I Jenkins
,
three choirs will sing Easter to this important duty to the city, stepson, GeorgeW.
Merchants' Have'Comfy'SetUp down to what is consideredthe and I continue to fatten their China, and the chronic music. The Easter message will 3 pjn.r B.T.U., 6 p.m.; church. Rev. W. L. Souder, pas- Wells Jr., city, brothers; \
instability of Latin American be and night worship, 7:30 p.m. Roosevelt Beckett
"r e gular mark-up" in pocketbooks. delivered. Rev. Sumpter, Jenkins Jenkins \
government became more of the Seventh Ad- Choir No. 1 will have its rehear. or. Garnett, S.C. Jenkins
pastor Day Henry
such citites Ocala Jack-
i\\ as They won't miss my busi- apparent. None but the most ventist Church, Gainesville; at sal April 2 at 8 pjn. The pub I Philadelphia, sisters; Mrs.

EDITOR, Sun: During the sonville, Dunedin, Clearwater, ness, although I'm sometimes naive thinks there could be a 6 p.m. the young ,people will lic is invited. Rev. W. J. Taylor, Sylvis Watson, Lawnside, N.J.
SERVICES
et cetera. On items of for South'America EASTER
1 recent campaign for city com- many annoying. On certain items panacea policy :' appear in an Easter pageant; pastor; J. Jones, reporter. Miss Bertha Jenkins, Garnett,

I missioners, mention was, .. general merchandise, the I'll check around before making ,the for effects example of centuries, that could'of and at 5 pjn. the members of Greater Ft. Clark Baptist '- Easter Sunrise Services will S.C., Mrs. Helen Bighan, Phila.,
Gainesville
i made of a proposed Sears shopper can ex i a purchase, and tell a' cure semi-fuedal and Greater Bethel Club are askedto Easter Sunrise Services will beheld be held at the Mt. ,Pleasant Pa. There will be no viewing

-1 I Roebuck center which was tot pect-to pay a "regular price"'of merchant where it's priced of landlessness plutocracy and be present at the rehearsal Sunday at 4:30 ajn. ReV. Methodist Church Sunday after the eulogy.!
25 cent than he illiteracy.In
be built at 13th Street and per more more rea s on a bly- here -in set for Saturday at 5 pjn.. and Rev.[ Richard pastor of St. Pe- March 29, at 5:30 ajn. Spon-

10th Avenue. Due to a zoning 'would'pay for the"same item Gainesville, in nearby aJa, the old days, when Rud also parents to complete the ter Baptist Church, Archer, will sored jointly by the Ministerial Duncan Bros. Morticians are

.1 problem, Sears has been kept in another city.! ,Even socalled or in a catlog. Somtimes he yard Kipling was writing, policy program and decoration for Sun 3e in charge of the services. Alliance and University Con in charge of funeral arrange-

j discount prices are often brings his price down and was to send the British day. Rev. W..S. White, pastor. Following ,the services, breakfast sistory No. 277. ments.
out.We higher than regular prices ,
Tommies to quiet the Fuzzy- "-, will be served. Sunday
have lived In Gaines- elsewhere in Florida. sometimes the. s ale goes, to The sermon will be delivered
'ville for only eight months, so_ someone else. Perhaps if Wuzzies, punish the tribes NOTE OF'THANKs School, 10 ajn., followed by an by Rev. J. E. McCray, pas- WHJJMA LEE

r cannot argue pro or con eon .. ,There .was a" front page enough of my fellow citizens about the Khyber Pass' Rev. W. A. Miles pastor of Easter program. Rev. W. A. tor of Hopewell Baptist Churchat Willima Lee, a former resident I- .

; cerning the suitability of the article in Thursday's Sun practice this, and protest high through which the Russians the First Baptist Church and Miles pastor; Mrs. Mayola Ocala, a gospel preacher.The of Gainesville died in Cocoa

site. about keeping cut rate liq- prices they will become more might invade India, or put also members wish to thank Chatnan, reporter. Fla., after a brief illness.He .

: p However, it is my personal uor dealers out of Gainesvilletheir in line i with the rest of the down the Boers in South Rev. A. D. London, pastor, and Trenton Bethel A.M.E. entire community is in is the brother of P. J. and

belief that certain,merchantsof ( "best goal"). This is state, and more fine stores Africa. The United States had also congregation for their Easter Sunrise Services will be vited. Fred Alexander, C. C.; Herman Lee of this city. Funeral -

G a in i e s ville are fighting one example of organized will be allowed to build hereas Marines in Haiti- and .Santa services rendered at the church held Sunday at 5 a.m. There Rev. W. M. Ferguson, presidentof arrangements will be announced
Domingo. No lasting good Alliance.
t tooth and nail to prevent.any ,price.fixing; Gainesville grows.I came from that "policy." If last Sunday. will be an' Easter program, 3 the Ministerial later by the Duncan

1 company or group from in- Certain organized forces hope so. We like it here. the The total money raised was ?jn. Following the program, Bros. Morticians.MRS. .
we now accepted prescription
terfering with their "comfy" have successfully fought We'd like to be able to -afford of Sen.._ Goldwater and $226.62. Mrs. .Bessie M. John- Henry Lee Walton will give the

little setup. A large Sears,ti against, price competition in it. occupied -Cuba with Marines, son, reporter. welcome address; scripture, PROF BOGGS HERE BERTHA THOMAS

store might force local prices Gainesville for years, and you ANN E. BRYAN the cost of long years of occupation Mrs. Erleene Smith; and pray- Prof. H. G. Boggs, blind pianist -
I supervision guerrilla PERSONALSMiss er.'Mrs. Bertha Lee Walton. Everyone and gospel singer from Funeral services for Mrs. Ber-

forays and putting out other Mary Bonner and Miss is invited. Rev. War- Ohio, will appear at the Zion I tha Thomas of 829 NE 22nd Ter-

: POTOMAC FEVER fires in Latin America with Ann Miller, both of Orlando, will mack pastor; Mrs. Erleene Temple ALE. Zion Church, race will be held at the New

Ii more Marines would be quite visit friends here Sunday. Smith reporter.Mt along with other singers on Ap- Hope Baptist Church in the
tf By Fletcher Kncbel, Cowles Washington Bureau costly and ineffective. The Mrs. Lena Foreman, 'of Mi- Herman Baptist Sun- nil1at8pm. Bland ,Settlement, on Saturdayat

Iii; \ senators and others like him ami, Whose': visit here for the day School, 9:30: ajn.; and 2 pjn. with Rev. L. A. Till-
LBJ's programof, more women in government is humanizing Washington. and their past two weeks has been pleasant there will be an egg hunt. All A free will offering will be re man officiating. Interment will
do their party country -
\ i Now instead of getting the old run-around when you call a federal official, harm such left yesterday for, her parents and members are ask ceived. Rev. W. L. Souder, pas- follow in the Bland Cemetery.Her .
by parroting I -
You get a prompt, courteous reply: "She's at the beauty parlor." home. tor.
glib cure-all slogans.We I ed to help, the program com- immediate survivors include

; ,R Wouldn't the administration's war on poverty attractive if they if Mrs. Dorothy Andrews returned mittee with preparing the eggs.': her mother Mrs. Mattie l!
J prove more must, we can, get here yesterday from Dayton,
I Choir No. 2 will h a v e its rehearsal -
for instant Harrison children Moses
affluence
A called it the fight ? along without using the ultimate -, Ohio, where she was visiting NEWBERRY NEWS ;
t.s __ nuclear Monday a pm the choir James Thomas, Sr., New Jer t
weapons mis her daughter, Mrs. Margie Hogan SINGERS TO APPEARThe
; tl : The way things are going in the presidential tournament the Republicans siles. If we do manage to and other: relatives. members are asked to pay their sey; Nathaniel Thomas Mrs.

I :1 i !,r will draw a bye.- and go into, the finals in 1968. avoid them, we must, meet Mr.: and Mrs. James A. dues. Rev. A. L. Jordan, pastor Gospelairs, singers from Mattie Lee Carter and Law {
C Mrs. Elizabeth Kimbrough, Williston, will in a musical rence Thomas, all of Gainesville
each situation it appear ,
as develops Barnes and son, Joe all of Atlanta
\ 1 :1: Labor Secretary Wirtz opposes the plan of some economists,of pay people for and do the best we can with it. ( Ga., arrived here yesterday reporter. 1 program at the Mt. Zora ; and Mrs. Ruby Lee Jones, i 1

I \I f doing nothing. He prefers the old-fashioned American custom where a man} Some will require operationssuch on a brief visit and outing Antioch Baptist There will Baptist Church Sunday at 3 pjn. Jacksonville; daughters-in-law, ,

t: is supposed to be paid for doing as little as possible. as Viet Nam. Others may'with Mrs. Barnes' relatives. be an Easter program presented .I The public is invited.bituatit. Mrs. Maryetta Thomas New j
'' and Mrs. Hazle Lee
'by, Jersey
at Sunday, sponsored ;
-- be worked through the UN, as Miss ,Mattie Mae'-Jenkins, of i
L: The Treasury is plagued by a big run on silver dollars. ,Folks are looking,, in the Gaza strip, ,the Congo Tampa, passed through Gainesville Deacon Hiram. superintendent, Thomas, Gainesville; sons-in-

II' II I for those old ones that used to get you'a watch, a steak dinner or a decent hang- and Cyprus. Diplomacy ,and yesterday en_ route .to and assistant,.Mrs, Mattie Cur law, Richard Carter, city; and
Walter Lee Jones, Jacksonville
;
over.
P 'cooperative aid
/! programs Jacksonville.
1 tis.Archer 14 grandchildren; and
might dampen down other -St. Peter Baptist many
I: ; vote to kill 'Henry Wallace, of High MRS. BERTHA,THOMAS other relatives and frie&ds.
l Democrats : 'the Bobby Baker probe. After'all, why-persecute a fires. Europe and the changes Springs, passed through ,Gainesville The members will worship _in

fI} poor southern boy whose only goal was to go north and try to get some of it there will, require other flex- yesterday J en route to their new church Sunday,' April Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Duncan Brothers, mortician*

U 1 back freai the Yankees ible' policies. Ocala. 5.. The public. is invited. Thomas, of 829 NE 22nd are in charge.f .

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race between Marine Lt. Col I ing in,active politics be" retirement
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I Johnson said in a letter to< GRO-TONE >
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Speaker the House John W.
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that>the cutbacks in funds ered to retire from the Marinesby atJ.1JattJ.DJ Eliminates All Frost Build Up You'll.,Never'.

range from $20 million for thJArea f April 1. I Have ','
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they cannot be spent under any would win handily. 41.-. ,' FREEZER! $
circumstances. He said he M FROST
Glenn headquarters in Colum time to feed HO
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wants to rescind the appropriations. J
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t prison. His attorneys are 'apepealing
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The astronaut has been in a
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t", 'NORTH. 4 : lead-.south"-casnea me:.IJeal1
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':te> Now York ., ;HI| y f v .. < s.._ I ace and reviewed ,the position.It .
F 'Dr. Strangelove ,ShowsRidicule < :: 8ridge ?: t '.QI087'2-: #' looked easy to make 10
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To' 'say that every rule of minimum,:response.. t,r I ASSWEST" ". !and a' spade. The: odds very

";;-j ': bridge must' have an exception Nor: could 'South afford to EAST slightly favored a play for the

Is: In Season ::) would lead 'to a philosophical' ;jump to 'four 'hearts, or fourspades 4 3 K53. 4 64 drop of the trump queen rather

I : difficulty* :, does the :generalization ,. as he was not sure I. *,Q 72 'than a finesse, and a spade- finesse -,
KJ975
itself have an exception? where the hand, should 'play. Q10843 + seemed obvious. Yet both
,
":' It is true however, that "al- Three 4.11084, 4. J97 these normal plays were wrong.
clubs was a good choice. ,
.' PAturn !ttntS 'if when it's on an adult plane I[Strangelove or: How 1 Learned thard generals and stuffy diplomats ways' is a' most dangerousword [Either opener or responder I. SOUTH (D) II ;The right line, as Greeley
to Stop Worrying and Love the' for a bridge writer to use demonstrated in play, was to
"j By BOSLEY CROWTHER -,is one of the most congenialand : strike sharply home. can make jump shift on a .4AJ9
3 ** popular' approaches for Bomb," (now playing Gainesville There's ,some comical businessin in connection, with any of the If three-card suit when the hand V AK9865Q52' 'lead the spade jack. The nine
:
NEW YORK Maybe this b i films, recommended by:honorable at the State Theatre) whichis I a bomber :commanded- 'principles of,the game. The student is strong and the future Uncertain. A would have been equally good.
by' a ,
the season or the year for traditions and chances for the sharper' and more form- learns to lead through When North showed a delayed 'West chose to duck, and South
.ridiculing the idable the Texas buckaroo, played superb strength ,and eventually finds overtook with the A
w a 'spate of films doing good. of .films I am talking, preference for hearts, Both sides were .vulnerable.i( queen.
daylights out of a lot of scared about. ly by Slim Pickens, that comes that he must often lead through South was content f to bid only The bidding: i|heart finesse was taken, which

i. I I things, such as the giving off Some of our best motion pictures This is the satire.,off. a roaring good spoof.George' .weakness.. "Second hand low," four, He had shown great South West North East;i i won. Even if it had lost, the
Nobel Prizes. the Strategic, Air: have been, loaded w i t hI: devastating "cover an honor with an honor" strength, and any slam effort 1 Pass 1. Pass!!contract would have been safe,
Chiefs of that Stanley Kubrick has'made C. Scott is almost and other rules of thumb because West could not have
Joint if
Command, the bashless ridicule., But we'are. many had to be left to North. 3 'Pass 3. Pass
: Staff, Soviet-American relations in for such ablitzing: as a pairof from a highly speculative novel frightening, so graphically does prove to'have their exceptions. 4 V Pass Pass Pass:attacked clubs without allowing
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#' and even the President of the current films Indicate, thenwe'd by Peter George" called 'Two he' play a top-level Air Force Generalization is particularly After winning the diamond [South toscore, the queen.
Hours to Doom It tells of the difficult in the field of suit ,
'. United States. 'I better all have'our. wits ---
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horrible muddle into, which the general who is also itching a combinations circumstances SPECIAL
about and the filmmakershad : !
us
bit for war.
little
And there'sone
not an entirely fearful I Air Force and Washington
It's are alter finesses. In the hand
better have theirs.
prospect because wholesome ridicule .thrown on ,a hypothetical occas- simply' delicious passage in shown Charles'
today, played by
\ or satire, the label for: For the.evidence is that the ion when a mad general at a which the President, played by Greeley of Scarsdale at rubber -xEASTER BUFFET

I I kidding is shifting to higher SAC base suddenly 'orders a Peter Sellers, gets the Soviet bridge, it was necessary to neglect .- ,
'than the institution of flight of airborne bombers Premier on the telephone in the .
to
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1 SPECIAL-EASTER I midst of the terrifying crisis and
marriage or theveneration'of and hit Russian targets with take a finesse that was by no
l mom., nuclear bombs. has a nutty conversation with means obvious. t., '"" n : 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. .;( <.
Programs ..... ,
Sunday
him. .
I The boys are getting sassy. George's story was a pretty South's opening bid. of one' on '

.\ I DIAL 1390 :They're beginning to play a solemn affair describing bow; But to me this sportive specu- heart and North's response of' Easter Sunday j : .

;:little rough with certain thingson nuclear warfare might start in- lation about.a matter of gravest [one spade were automatic, but, : ,. I

1 WUWU a high political 'level that :advertently, but Kubrick hasturned : consequence seems more malicious South had"to choose his rebidi I :. Adults $2.00 Children $1.15

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i!i At least, they are, in "Dr.HAWTHORNE from bumbling majots up to the: is only one leading character I strong enough to insist on a'' : ., : "
5:59 Sign On President. Much of its wild, suspenseful in it who appears to have a cool] I game contract. He could not; } -- HO Eiesi'a94nk THOMAS

6:00Weather' action takes place in i, and level head. He is a British [therefore jump three hearts'or ''
6:05 Gospel Tram\ ; I what is called the War Room ol group captain, whom Sellers also three-spades,. both of' which, % ;
the Pentagon, ,where the Presi
6:30 Weather plays. would have been highly encouraging ;
( dent, the Joint Chiefs, advisersand but.would have left North '*
615 N.E. 2nd AVE. PHONE FR 2-9501
6:31 Herald! of Truth The all
I il 4th State Department, men ,are erst, Americans, ex- the 'option of, passing with a':'
4 7:00 News & Weather : SATURDAY, gathered in horrified council to cepting the Soviet ambassador, .

7:05 Revolution Contemporary in : APRIL try to do something to stop the range malefic from..The mad President to stupid is a dope and > .. A young girl challenges whole town to save a frightened tiger. on the loose!

Latin America |I Auspices ruin.And the better part of the satire -and his top-level technical expert 4 +r na ra ; .

Time I! LIONS CLUB is at the damaging expenseof Dr. Strangelove, is an ex- ;:r'u..r.
7:30 Spiritual WALTD1SNEVpre '
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8:00 North Central'' HOME experts whose methorological is played by Sellers with blood- :':.t't : + '
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Friday, March 27, 1964
Gain nille Sun 7:
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HOUSTON TeL (APKSpace call, Manned Spacecraft Center The LEM is the moon landing
officials! said today plans had officials said all efforts ,
heeD vehicle of the Apollo spacecraft <- 11 : _.
made to follow up the would be made Jo use as much t..J
and ;in outer it
Apollo space will turn "
moon landing by orbiting Apollo technology and equip
three men around the earth ment as possible in the new around and dock with the com- -
for 120 days. project. mand module so astronauts can <-
:This newest development in I A spokesman for the National move between the two sectionsfor > Conditioner .

the United States space program. Aeronautics and Space Ad ,the ferry to the moon.. : : ,
came to light in a proposal for ministration said it was hopedby The ; 9 :
a space agency said the '
extended study and mission construction environmental of an now.starting the long-flight the two-year mission study four-month mission was neces- '

control and life support system could get under waysoon after sary if this country wants to ac "
for the Apollo spacecraft. the first American sets foot on complish future space goals. : .;; .
The three astronauts would the such as interplanetary trove'and {a .
moon. +;
travel In a modified version of The NASA proposal would exploration. In
Town
the Apollo mooncraft, similar to modify the Apollospacecraft by Twin purpose of the extended ._ Buy ; ;
.
the one scheduled to go to the replacing the Lunar Excursion flight, NASA said, would be to *
learn how .
moon this decade. Module with a space laboratory men live and work
Besides modifying the s cePa but keeping three-man crew. under a weightless condition for ,
long periods of time, and to provide ., f > T,':

Lower Payments to Jobless I gineering means and of scientific conducting experi en I .

I ments under space conditions.SHRUBBERY.

i Show Florida ProsperityTALLAHASSEE .-
A .

Payments $202,460; Miami- down.. $133,233 I'ff s-nR' "ft._, Giant 17,000 B T U

to Florida jobless during the to $396,194; Jacksonville, down I ous.
early months of 1964 signal a $29,504$145,566; Panama City, tRf. tME _
banner business in the down ,' ,
year $18,459 to $29,289 : '
; Hollywood ?"t.-: J4 Y.? ? & it't
State. down $16,294 to $58,387; ,t,?,, .owj;
State Industrial Commission Clearwater, down $13,767 'to t Feature
Chairman Worley Brown said $35,890; Bradenton, down $9,43 t y" f.J; WITHf) Packed
that total unemployment insurance to $28,186; Daytona Beach, down t t x -T u, 1J .
payments are running $9,231 $30,699; St. Petersburg, J ;{ ; .itr
close to a million dollars a down $7,778 to $81,958; Orlando, )?12 OIL y' I!+ .
month lower than last year. down $6,872 to $77,144; Pensa- ,y. s
He said, "The figures for Janyuary cola down $6,672 to $61,648; Ft. iMULSION ,
and February indicate two Lauderdale, down $5,988 to i t ADMIRAL
optimistic= business conclusions. $42,689; Winter Haven, down .
They could well signal not onlya $5,555 to 24148. '
I properous spring but a banner Also Gainesville, down $5,108 I fTO CONTROL SCALE) ,
business YPaywents ear as well." to $12,868; Perry, down $4,856to INSECTS & RED SPIDECOMWkHf : z
in January, at $12,402; Cocoa, down $4,634 i LOWEST PRICE EVER!

$2,286,020, were $750,820 below to $12,424; Lakeland, down \' ,.
January 1963. and February $4,510 to $27,317; Palatka, down f,
:-.' yments, at $1,776,384, were $4,473 to $24,721; Marianna, l' \y f
I
""3837,221 below. February a year down $3,840 to $25,252; Ft I'I $
I ,:JiQ., Pierce, down $3,112 to $20,054; i / :$i
= Brown said the February re- Ft Walton Beach, down'$3,074to .
Auctions from January were $28,209;, Tallahassee, down
i "universal'throughout all regions $2,259 to $28,955; Leesburg, X
i of the State. down $1,870 to $11,512; Key A4ro.
Of the total 32 local unemployment West down, $1,574 to $9,405;
i compensation offices Ocala down $1,167 to $13,029 '
reporting, 29 had decreases and Belle Glade, down $1,088 t 0; ri r M,ta c .:4 .M., X YOU Name Your Own' Terms!

.l -only three had increases. 1,548; Melbourne, down $639 to I OR'. FR. T I TE O tl. MODEL 1703AC23
Those reporting decreases $12,330; Sarasota, down $76 to ,0 :: .,..
..:were: Tampa, down $185,541 to $44,033; and Lake City, down .. j'w ij!$ .;.4 f ;. Convenient Up Front Controls 360 Degree Air Louver Lifetime "Poly-Sponge" Filter Rust ; i
i $60 to 7936. wa i i
State Merit .The three with increaseswere 01 4QQt Resistant.Steel. Cabinet Powerful "Squirrel Cage" Fan Extra Quiet OperationBuy -::

: Ft. Myers, up $3,116 to .
ExaminationsSlated 38,407; West Palm Beach, up O+wlcu
: $1,431 to $79,977; and Sanford, 20 N.W. 16th Are

.=r May 2 up $279 to,11689. FR 6-2661 I I. On McDuff's NO. CARRYING CHARGE PLAN! I ,

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Merit System 'Director, EASTER SERVICES: 8:30: om.-l 11:00 1 : a.m Floor .,

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t I About I Search for Ten Best Dressed of Main Street -

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Want to Join, the ranks of This is the first time a searchof editor or commentator as escort -cost of the entire ensemble
People Dina Merrill, Audrey Hepburn,. this kind is being conducted. I during the week of April must not exceed $250. Draw up
Gloria Vanderbilt, the Duchessof It is the idea of Max Hess; nationally -! your list, then have a photo
Windsor members of the .. known retailer, who 27.Her stay in.New. York will graph or snapshot taken (full
TK.cRfflIL *' Mrs. D. A. Davies has as Best Dressed set? Then join in feels it is time someone honoredthe include visits to various New length please,) of your in your
her houseguests, her sister, the national searchthat may fashionable women' the York landmarks, meeting with Spring wardrobe. Finally, complete
; r rAx>xf tars. Richard Faust, and Mr. make you one of the "Ten' ladies of Main. Street, U.S.A., celebrities, a tour of the top in 100 words or less the
i o I sf".6 v aA Faust of Westport, Conn.,who Best-Dressed Women of Main who do.not spend thousands of Broadway shows. She will stayat statement "I BELIEVE MY
will be here until Monday.. Street, U.s.A." I dollars for clothes but who are one on New York's most WARDROBE IS FASHIONABLE
Mrs. Davies and Mrs. Geor- All you have, to do is list your stylish in their own right. beautiful hotels. BECAUSE". List the items and
f ge Montgomery drove to ,Mi- complete Spring wardrobe which I Each of the "Ten Best-Dress- Then, she will be chauffeured their cost and whether purchased
.kar. i A.c 1'r a} ami last weekend to pick up you may have already purchased -ed" will receive the coveted to Allentown, Pa. for a deluxe or made.
Hf n. N%'Ai p i yAai the Fausts upon their arrival or'are making yourself. The,Hess Fashion Trophy. Then the tour of Hess's departmentstore. I Send your list essay and
abfrR from Puerto Rico, where they maximum cost of the entire .Best of the Ten" will be selected. Milady will go on a photo of yourself to the Gaines-
Ruth Weimer w ;;r.e' ''i u."fa.Y r y i K 9f v;,. ,Ni R wtibI have spent a fortnight wardrobe must not exceed $250.' She will receive a Trip of shopping spree and receive a ville Sun, care of the Women's
Women's Editor While in Miami Mrs. Mont This is your opportunity to show: a Lifetime that will take her to FREE Summer or Fall ward- Department. Please do so be-
i gomery visited her brother, that a little fashion sense can the World's Fair. She'll be flownto robe. fore April 5, (Another coupon
Leo McWaters. go a long way. I New York with a women's Remember, the. maximum will be published Sunday,)
BridalParties .

Karel Denise Lewis, baby
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tommy Lewis, was dismissed
i from Alachua General
% ,4..a Hospi-
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT
tal yes t e r day. Karel, born .
February 3, is the second SOUTH SIDE OF _
GivenMrs. child of the Lewises, whose THE
a 4 4 older Karen SQUARE TIL 9 p.m. '
daughter, is two ;4
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and Mrs. I. *
L. K. Midgette for .:
Denver E. Baughan were host- Mr. and Mrs. Linns Kenne- your t

esses Thursday afternoon for w / :: i dy of Punxsutawney, Pa., .
the bridesmaids' luncheon honoring arrived yesterday to spend
EASTER SHOPPING
Easter all children is
A dyeing
pre- activity enjoy
Miss Karen Owens, fian- Easter with their daughter,
cee of Robert E. Rowe, at the eggs. The. two youngsters above, Casey and Mike Mrs. Larry Gruber, Mr. Grater "
former's home. Mather, began coloring their' eggs early yesterdayin and family. The Kenne-
preparation for hours of egg hunting over the will remain
A double wedding ring of pink dys a week.
weekend. The boys are the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
and white carnations centeredthe *
Walter Mather, formerly of St. Petersburg.
luncheon table.Hand-dressed Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flandersand
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miniature dolls In replica of the Children Jimmy.and Susan .
bride and her:attendants mark- Easter Eggs BetterIf of Miami, will arrive tomorrow ,
ed places for the following to spend Easter with i'iA\tlny ...
guests: the honoree, Miss Dale YouiHardcookl Mrs. Flanders' mother, Mrs.J. .' ,.. .
Midgette and Miss Jane Ann Them H. Fogel and her grandfather t. "
Baughan, daughters of the host- W. A. Brown They live in %
esses; Miss Carolyn Johnson, Your family will relish their and nature's awakening from Mrs. Flanders is the former '
I
Miss Lynn Mauldin, Miss La-I Easter eggs more if.you _hard-I.the bleakness of winter. Miss Verena FogeL
a
Royce McCollum, Mrs. K. R. COOK, rather than hard-b 0 II a
Owens, Jr., Miss Sandra Ed- them,,says Miss Twin ,Wi liams, I \
wards, Mrs Roy Midden, Mrs.R. assistant nutritionist, Florida I
W. Cellon, Mrs. Tom Mar- Agricultural Extension, Service. : town

tin, Mrs. Henry Raattama, the Why? Because hard ,- boiled I i
bride's mother, Mrs. Karl ,R. eggs are tough. Hard cooked II I Xi
Owens and, Mrs. E. R. 'Rowe ones are tender.To Ii I .

Jr., mother of the bridegroom.The hard cook eggs, Miss Will- i i i3j7
i
attendants were each pre- iams suggests that you place ,
sented with a gift of silver by the eggs in a pan and cover ; '
the bride. with cold water to at least
Rowes Give Dinner one inch above the eggs. Bring EASTER SPECIAL i
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R.
,
rapidly to a boil; remove from '(
Rowe Jr., entertained last night heat; cover and let stand for 20
with a rehearsal dinner honoring minutes. Cool eggs ,quickly and White Flats
the Owens-Rowe wedding thoroughly in cold water. Put I :,; .::3 ;'
party at the Holiday Inn. them in the refrigerator until ;;

Five branch silver candela- you are ready to decorate them. i
bra were used at each end of When it's time decorate the

the table, which was centeredby eggs, one of the simplest waysto r
an arrangement of pink color hard-cooked eggs is to
5.90REG. 1.1)
stock bells., roses, carnations and satin use"homemade"wax crayons designs.to make Make (TEST SI BON! toS.

i s The guest list included Miss stripes by drawing them on the 7.99 jWHITE \L parisienne calf
Owens, Mr. Rowe, Dr. and Mrs. eggs with a white crayon
Karl Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Karl before dyeing. The dye will not f \ ;:
Left bank, right bank and
Owens Jr., Miss Carolyn John- "take" through the wax. Use I ;
son, Miss Dale Midgette,' Miss scraps of modeling clay to \ all over town it's the $15
I
Jane Ann Baughan,Miss Sandra make comic faces. Hats and I -- \ little shoe in Parisienne
Edwards, Miss Lynn Mauldin, collars of construction 'paper i S
Miss LaRoyce McCollum, Miss Calf for la vie sportive!
give the eggs personality. a m E I
r Melinda Rehling, Miss Suzanne Around the world for centur- L r. I1i.' You'll love its soft grainy .
1 Martin, Miss Glenda Moon, William ies, dyed eggs have been exchanged texture and light luxurious .
Rowe. as gifts during the
Barton Thrasher, Dell Jerni--spring as a symbol of new life ..and daisies will tell! Bouffant classics feel in such shades as

gan, William Barkley Jr., LEATHER In breath-of-spring pastels.And for variety, whipped cream and flight
James Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs.I WHITE PATENT attractive"A" lines and
skimmers In
exciting blue, the colorful J\1\
Roy Midden, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Select your new All Sizes by ..
All Widths prints and lively! solids, too. n. aaanSizes
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur SPRING FABRICS a
.. Harling, Mr. and Mrs. Henry '
Turner, and Mr. and Mrs. E. at a 1-4 Toddlers; 3-6x; 7-14. : ',': BAGS TO MATCH

R. Rowe Sr.Bridal SINGER Shoes-Street, Floor 4.98 to $14.98. .
Luncheon Given I
Mrs. W. C. Holland and Mrs.! II .

R. Beauchamp were host- ...
esses at a luncheon given recently
t.the former's home WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY

honoring the bride-to-be. Arrangements _, KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS
of pink and white vw* ROBIN HOOD
azaleas decorated the tables. K D BOO
Miss Owens was presentedwith
a gift of China by the
r
hostesses. C I

Places were marked for the s .. -p-'
I honoree Mrs. Owens, Mrs. I
t Rowe Jr., Miss Anne Chipley, S S.sP .
Mrs. R. W. Cellon Jr., Mrs. L. Y I
I\ H. Thompson, Mrs. W. M. Har II I II
ling Jr., Mrs. P. W. Peck Jr., I
'I, I: and Mrs. Karl R. Owens Jr. Beautiful You da Orchids, I

i I /4r .., cellophane wrapped, with

-Brides' I.ip 'vial for long lasting beauty. L

ONE EACH TO THE FIRST 100 : :

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TODAY, March *7 SATURDAY MARCH 28th ONLY J
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Wedding of Miss Karen MarS II I
na Owens, daughter of. Dr. I I
and Mrs. Karl Rhyden Owens the finishing touch !
and Robert Roger Rowe, I
s son of'Mr. and Mrs. Edward :I I I
3 ; Roger Rowe'Jr., 7.pan., First I!
G Presbyterian Church. Reception your Easter gloves i .i
i following Fellowship f
Hall of the church., "
SATURDAY, March.2S .
Luncheon honoring Mis Imported ladies nylon gloves. !

Anne Purvis, bride-elect of ., .s' .
Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. Fancy ,weaves, embroidery, S r l M A'
of Jacksonville, 12:30 p. m., What better way to celebrate Easter 4 .. .
Miss Sherry Sanders and lace trimmed. than brand new shoes from Robin Hood. r '. .' I '

Miss Pam Sanders, Gaines- White For little boys we're featuring rugged i v, i f'D ..
blue. .
pink,
ville Golf and Country Club. t Robin Hoods with Dyna-Mold solesso '
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All lengths. Sizes 6'/2-8Vi. tough that they withstand the -
CalendarOf ; .;; ; fiercest playground beatings any .
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EventsSATURDAY brand new array of colorful Patiinas*. 0
.-Shell be as proud of them as you :. r:
are of her. 0

March 28 PAIR y Drop by and observe our stock of S :.
Alachua County Association .,
I children's shoes. We have a style, size, ti
of Retired Teachers, : .
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and width to fit child.
9:30 un., Mr. and .Mrs. H. every 'R) !

B. Dolbeare, 2735 SW' Fifth *Fkttinanppex: : -
Place. ":1\ II.,
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Easter Egg Hunt, 10 a.m., : ... l.
Gainesville Golf and Country I 5" to 699 ; '. \

Club. I :
Easter'Egg Hunt,10'am to .T.GRANTCO. v J'IR U.'jJ'>4", 'r If I II

noon, UP Dames, University .
Women's Clubhouse yard, West GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER' OPEN'' 9:30 AM.9'-P.M. I I II .
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I ( Why: Joseph of! Arimethea Offered Tomb for Jesus I




Joseph of Arimethea was a On the other hand, it was!1 culty in pushing the arms down
'member of the supreme council .I Jewish law that the body should alongside the body, as the
:that 'had condemned Jesus be buried by sundown, and it is muscles must have become stiff. ,
The Last Hours of
to'death. Yet he offered his likely that the Romans made: Jesusthe ened from three hours in the

tomb for Christ's burial Why? little or no difficulty in'permit; one position and because rigid

This seeming paradox Is explained ting this. The soldiers remainedto ity was already beginning to
in the last excerpt from watch the two robbers and to solution to their problem.He ered to solve. the problemthat what reasons he gave for his set in. I

"The Last Hours of Jesus." see that nothing was, done to is mentioned by all four Evan- faced Jesus' friends and interest in the case. Did he ad- a ? 4J Ja Joseph, with the consent of
the body of Jesus without proper gelists, and each adds a little to relatives. His own new tomb, mit openly that he' was a dis- the others, directed that the
By RALPH GORMAN, C.P. authorizaij njgf the procura our knowledge of him. freshly hewn in the, solid rock, ciple of the man Pilate had just body be carried into the garden

At the death of Jesus, the tor.--- I As his name signified, Joseph :was in the garden adjacent to crucified? containing the tomb he had constructed -

:crowd thinned out at Calvary. As the crowd dispersed; the was originally from Aria the spot where Jesus had been He had not had the courageto w w M only about forty-five
'!The two robbers crucified with friends and relatives of Jesus' mathea, identified as the modem 'crucified. He .offered it for the profess his faith to the Jews yards away. This garden was

!him were still' alive, but Jesus probably assembled in a little I town of Rentis, northeast of,burial of Jesus.Furthermore. and probably did not confess ito probably enclosed by a low

;had been the main attraction for group beneath the cross to take: Lydda. He was a wealthy and he volunteeredto Pilate. He may have given c -3.ro MyQ stone wall and contained a few
the multitude. counsel as. to what should be distinguished member of the a p p r oath Pilate with a request -reasons of humanity, or national trees and shrubs which gave it

It was the Roman practice to done. Unless they could secure Sanhedrin, no doubt, as one of for the body of Jesus. The solidarity, or merely said 2 s an atmosphere of privacy.
leave the body of the crucified the procurator's permission ,to I the ancients. others would have been willingto that the crucifixion had taken J Joseph and Nicodemus had

,on, the ,cross until it decomposed take Jesus',body from the cross I' St. Luke says that he was a venture it, but there was place on or near his property ar : < used to advantage what little

: or was eaten by animals. and bury it, it would be thrown "good and just man" and that little, likelihood that they could:and he wanted the body buried .,;, ,a time they had to make the necessary
No one could take it down or into a common grave or ditch he had not been a party to theSanhedrin's even secure an' audience with before sundown. preparations. Joseph had
I bury it without explicit authorization reserved for executed criminals. action against Je i the procurator. Joseph, as a Pilate was surprised that Je- purchased a linen shroud and I

of the proper authority. Joseph of Arimathea offered, sus. We do not know whether distinguished member of the sus was already dead. He want- probably also the linen cloths.
'';;" Joseph had not been invited to t Sanhedrin, had an excellent ed official verification and sent Nicodemus had brought a hun-
the meeting which condemned chance of seeing Pilate personally for 'the cent urion who had dred pounds,of myrrh and aloes

( iesdunRELIGION Jesus, whether he deliberately I and of obtaining his request -charge of the execution to question a' tremendous amount, indi-
absented himself or whether he him. cating that his act was the homage

voted no to the verdict; In fact, Joseph hurried off to the When the centurion informed of a wealthy man. Myrrhwas
Joseph was a disciple of Jesus, Antonia to present his requestto him that Jesus had died, Pilate r an aromatic resin, aloes a
but secretly for fear of the Pontius Pilate. He was Immediately -granted Joseph,his request and scented wood. They were widely
Jews. admitted.We so informed the centurion. Joseph a used for burials at this periodto

Joseph of Arimathea now offRev. c a n n ot help wondering hurried back to Calvary delay decomposition of the
to tell the news to the others body and to offset bad odors.

and to begin the work of buri- The next step was to wash
'' the body of Jesus to remove the

With al.Before relating the incident of blood which had hardened on
: RisingSun Churches the skin. Jesus' head and lips
Joseph of Arimathea, two of the ". the friends of Jesus began the work of take were bound with linen cloths.It .
Evangelists state that it was ing his body* from the cross ." (Reproduction from is likely that the mixtureof
getting, on toward 'ev ning. By "The Descent From the Cross" by Raphael)
myrrh and aloes had been
this time it must have been the
last period of the day, that between Under any circumstances it Jesus die. But the two robbers ground to a powder and that this
To Begin Easter Worship three and six, probably would have been embarrassingif showed no signs of dying soon. was sprinkled on the body and
about four o'clock. bodies remained on the Something had to be done, asthe on the linen cloths. Then the

Some of the leaders of the crosses after sundown, but it great feast and Sabbath 'body was wrapped in the linen

Jews had remained on Calvaryand would be particularly shockingon would begin at sundown only a shroud, which covered it from
-X, -X, now they were suffering an such a day as this. It wouldbe couple of hours away. head to foot. Everything was
Dual Services Calvary BaptistTo acute attack'of legalistic scrup- most humiliating to have ready now for the final act -
leaders of Jews decided
The the
such the placing of the body in the
les. This was the PreparationDay their law flouted in a public
Slated At Mitchell to Speak Feature, that is a Friday, and not place and before the crowdsof solve to have their recourse to Pilateto : tomb.
an ordinary Preparation Day visitors in the city for .the difficulty. By The Gospels tell us that the
but the before Sabbath feast. this time, he was probably surfeited sepulchre was new and thatIt

First LutheranTwo At City Sunrise ServiceRev. Sacred Music that was day also the 15th a Nlsan, For more than one reason with the whole affair and, had been hewn out of the
wished to have it.ov r and'for-I solid rock. It was not too difficult -
the great Feast of the Passover. they rejoiced when they saw
Easter services will be Calvary Baptist Church will gotten. He ordered that the legsof I to cut a tomb out of the
Thomas G. Mitchell of the First Methodist
held at First Lutheran Churchon pastor climax Easter services Sunday ,. the crucified should be broken rock, as the stone in this area
Sunday, at 8:30 and 11 a.m. Church, will deliver the sermon at this year's community night with a program of sacred ; in order to hasten their is comparatively soft until exposed .
sunrise service at Florida Field the
on University
The Rev. Robert Besalski, campus music. All the choirs of the Westside to Mark death. I to the air.
The event, sponsored annually for local residents by
church well the I The tomb in which Jesus was
as as congregation -
will deliver the
message
pastor, the Gainesville Ministerial Association, will begin at 6 When the legs of a crucifiedman
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"The Real Meaning of .will participate. were broken, he died laid was cut horizontally into
% a.m.In the slope of the hill. It was
Easter. case of bad weather, the service will be held in Beginning the opening pre- Week of Revivalmissions quickly from asphyxiation, as opened and closed by rolling a

I At the 11 o'clock service, the First Baptist Church sanctuary.___ __ cessional march will be, the primary the full weight of his body on great round stone, like a millstone -
Mrs. Darren Muck will H his constricted his chest
presenta junior and intermediate arms
L i I back and forth in a
vocal solo, "I Know That My choirs, with the adult choir fol-- muscles and hampered his
.
Redeemer Liveth," from Han- I Rev. Waylon B. Moore, minister and churches begun by breathing. groove.
North Marion Churches owing.
i del's "Messiah" of evangelism at First Southern Baptist in the past Just inside the opening'was

The church nursery will be i The program will begin at the Baptist Church in Jacksonvilleand six years, and Gainesville's Soldiers aproached the robberon a vestibule or ante-chamber.
Ij I during the 11 ajn. service. regular evening worship, hour, Westside is one of these. Begunas one side of Jesus' cross and Beyond this vestibule, and
Plan
open Joint Sunrise Serviceof formerly with the Billy
at 7:30. a mission of the citys' First struck him on the legs with repeated -connected with it by a low
F I' Graham crusades, will be the Baptist in 1958, it became a > blows of a club or beamof opening, cut In the rock, was

To Observe McINTOSH The hillside overlooking Reddick Methodist Church,I guest speaker:at Westside Baptist -full ranking church this Janu wood. They repeated the I the burial chamber.A .
I Orange Lake, just will open the worship services Carol Estates Church's revival, slated to ary. same process with the other. niche had been cut in the

south of McIntosh, will againbe with a prayer and Rev. D. E. begin Sunday and continue at t at- side of the wall to receive the
the site of Easter sunrise Little week. In the past three months atWestside Looking closely Jesus, they Jesus' carried
Easter On pastor of Orange Lake 7:30 nightly for a body. body was
services of churches in the Baptist Church, will read the Baptist To all records have been saw that 'there could be nc into the vestibule and then pass
'\ North Marion County area. Scripture lesson. Bill Colle, minister of musicat surpassed for attendance, enrollment doubt that he was dead and ed into the burial chamber. It
First Baptist Church in Pa- new members and of- that to break his legs would bea
Lake Shore Music will be provided by Rev. Richard M. Barber, pastor was placed in the niche in the
Hold Revival atka, will be soloist and song ferings. useless waste of energy. Then
A. Miss Lois Dickson, McIntosh, of Mcintosh Baptist Church, side wall and sprinkled generaously
leader. of the soldiers did -
something
I The shore of Lake Wauberg at the piano and a duet by Kay will deliver the sermon, and Rev. A. Darrel Murray, pas- one unexpected in with the mixture of myrrh
,
wiU be the scene of a commun- Stewart and Steve Alton, both Rev. W. H. C. Stewart of Red Sunday will mark the beginning Eight Baptist conventions, Including tor of the church, announcedthat fact somewhat wholly mysterious. Perhaps and aloes.

I fly Easter sunrise service for of Reddick. dick will pronounce the benedic of a one week revival crusade the 33,000 churches of tne church had recently he had a sincere doubt All withdrew from the tomb.It .

J Micanopy area residents Sunday The Rev. C. B. Davis, pastor tion. in the Carol Estates Bap- the Southern Baptist Convention, elected a building committee, about Jesus' death. was probably some of theservants
at 6 this year mark the 50th anniversary which will supervise formationof of Joseph who pushed
a.m.Arrangements for the service, tist Church at 1428 NE 20th of organized Baptist plans and construction of a Anyway, he braced himself the great round stone into placeto
I I Slates 2 Easier ServicesThe Place. under the took aim, and close the tomb.
cross,
held in the University of Florida work in America, and the series -building which should be ready
.r recreation area, are being made Pastor, Frank M. Pearl, an- at Westside is a part of the for occupancy late this fall. drove his lance into Jesus'heart That night the enemies of

\(I by the Micanopy Methodist First Baptist Church will Dr. Fred T. Laughon, pastor, nounced the evangelist for the Jubilee Revival Emphasis en The public Is welcome to the If Jesus had not been Jesus rejoiced. They ate and
'1 t Charge, and the pastor there, have two ,worship services on will preach on "Easter Means series will be Dr. Oland Wilson, couraged by the Southern Baptist -revival serivces each night'in dead the blow would surely drank with a feeling that they
Rev. Arthur Davis, will bring Easter Sunday, at 8:30 and 11 All Or Nothing," using Mat pastor of the Eliam Baptist Convention to observe the the' coming week. A have killed him, as the wound had performed a difficult but

the Easter sermon. a.m. The two services will be thew 6:29 as his text. Seven Church of Melrose. Dr. Wilson anniversary.There will be for children nursery under was big enough for doubting necessary duty in ridding them
open Thomas to his hand into selves of Jesus Christ.
The service, which will be identical and.are being held to I choirs will be used in the spec- will open the revival with the have been 20,000 new four.Retned put
later. (John 20:25,27)) But recalled uneasilyJesus'
accommodate the crowd ial music in the service. some
open to all, will be held, in an larger evening service at 7:30. The
adjacent building in case of.bad expected for Easter of the resurrection The public is invited to at- choir will be under the direction Then a most extraordinarything prophecy that he would
of Christ. tend.Originate happened. Blood and arise three days after his death.
weather. of Don Wards former music
director of t he First Baptist Colonel Becomes water flowed from the wound. Now someone brought up the
Church in High Springs Whether the flow of blood and subject and a feeling of apprehension
water was a miracle Is'a media spread to all. His dis
Methodist Youth Choirs Dr. Wilson, a native of Troy, Modern-Day 'Circuit Rider9fag cal matter and the findings of ciples could steal his body and

Ala., attended Howard College, medical. .. science. would indicate then spread the work among
) in Birmingham and Sou them By LYNN WOGANIt Men's Bible School at Flori- that it was not. the people that he had arisen

Baptist Theological Seminary in da State Prison to preaching in The Evangelists are sparingin as he had prophesied.In .
To Sing Original Cantata"The Louisville, Ky. His pastorates is not unusual for retired churches fa small towns around details regarding the time spite of the fact that it
: J prior to coming to Melrose were Colonel Ralph Paige to conduct Gainesville. of day, but we can reasonably was the Passover and the Sab-

all in Alabama, with his last five; religious services on one "On Sunday morning I usually conjecture that it was about bath, some of the Sanhedristsmet

Cross of Glory" an pastorate prior to coming to Sunday., leave home about 6:45 and four to four-thirty when the early in the morning to

original Easter cantata compos Melrose were all in Alabama' "I just go wherever they need don't get back until after five," friends[ of Jesus began the work determine what was to be done.
ed for youth 'voices by Dr. with his last pastorate there being me," sayes Colonel Paige, who he said. of taking his body from the The conclusion was that they

Richard Danburg, Professor of t. South side Baptist helps with services from teach- Since Col. Paige retired cross and preparing it for buriaL -would send a deputation to Pilate
J Music at the University of Florida Church in uotnan tor is years. from the Medical Service in I Because of the approaching to explain the situation and
Alders. feast and Sabbath, activity; request action.
; will be sung by the A'CW 1N ;3: .z Ward, a native of Tampa, has Fort Sam Houston in Texas in
which
Treble had to cease by sundown Pilate was probably surprisedthat
gate Choir assisted by the 1st 1955 about half of his
been active in church music, BaptistTo religious betweensix
I and Carol would be some time their hatred and fear of
Wesley Boys
particularly in leading music work has been done through the
and o'clock. Jesus survived his crucifixion
Choirs of the First Methodist a.1 seven even
for evangelistic services. He Methodist Church.
The friends and relatives of and death. He was evidently
Church Easter Sunday eveningat Host
will lead the music each night Jax The other half of his religious until
7 in the church sanctuary. Jesus remained at Calvary In an evil m od. He an-
for the Carol Estates revival. work is done through the
Danburg composed the cantata after the burial. The Gospels swered them curtly: "You have
{ a month ago especially for The nightly services. will be at Minister Gideon Organizahion, a nondenominational mention only a few of them at a guard; go, guard it as weU

f i the youth choirs of the First I 7:30 p.m. during the week and which he has religious belonged to group for this point because their presencehad las you know how." (Matt. 27:
after noting facilities will be a particular significance 1 651
Church
Methodist nursery open
the scarcity of Easter music for for the services, which are op Dr. Malcolm B. Knight, pastor 'I the last five years. now I It is likely that Pilate referred
I I of Southside Church "The Gideons, distribute Bibles remained to
this grouping. en to the public. Baptist : Christ's mother to the guard of Roman soldiers
( The age libretto for the 17 sectionsof "- fa Jacksonville, will be the I and religious literature fa the end, 'watching :and )helping, I i I present at the arrest of Jesus

the cantata has been writtenby "w New Minister :guest minister at the First Baptist -motels and and hospitals them in the area" with maternal solicitude. The p I'and which had probably been
Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, director I replace periodicaly, Gospels do not tell us whether placed at the disposal of the
Church's series of special
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of music at the church. -. ; i nightly services which begin I Paige explained. any of the Apostles, save John,I Jewish leaders to maintain

The text was drawn from the 'I ,. Assumes DutiesAt Monday at 7:30 had mustered enough courageto peace, expetially during the festival
four gospels and traditional Easter = :" .... t0 + pm. Waldo Church appear. Joseph of Arimathea days.
hymns. Mrs. Jones will di- -- "" '-.\' ,..."" West SideThe President of the Board of I and Nicodemus took a public The Jewish leaders mustered

rect the performance, with Miss '.. s 11 t\ \ .. .f"., ., 1 1,.xw Trustees of Midwestern Baptist Slates RevivalThe and prominent part, though both the' guard Pilate had granted
Patricia Mitchell as the organist ,. \ \ fS"'v ..ada' newley organized WestSide Theological Seminary in Kansas bad been afraid to confess them permission to use and setoff

Participating as soloists will \ Christian Church will greet City, Mo., Knight is also Pres- First ,Baptist Church in Christ openly during his public for Calvary. They stationed

be George Brown, Sandra Bon- b : Brother and Mrs. A Leon Lang ident of the Florida Baptist Convention Waldo will bold a revival Marc. ministry. the.guard around the tomb and
and the Jacksonville Nicodemus was a Pharisee,'a instructed the: soldiers to take
Max Newell, Larry Halsey ston and daughter Bethany; 30 10
ner er > s I through April meeting at
Riki Danburg Lois Wheeler, Dawne as paster this week. i Ministerial Alliance Born in 7:30 nightly. I doctor of the law, and a member utmost precautions against any
Charles Cromer, Janice Ridg- Tennessee, he attended Carson- The evengelist will be' of the' Sanhedrin, and as we one who might attempt to steal
I guest
Mullin and Bonnie Langston will deliver his first Newman College in Jefferson shall see from his contributionto Christ's body.Fearing .
\ way Smith, Robert with percussion by Rich- l' sermon "The Dynamite of Vision City, Term and received his I Rev.Terrace Nathan Modling Church of Venetia fa-' the burial of Christ he was that disciples of Jusus
Baptist
o... ,", Sunday. Ph. D. at the Southern Baptist' evidently rich. Two such might bribe the soldiers, they
eir Feinberg. Jacksonville. The of the
pastor
Theological Seminary in Louis- wealthy and important men as took a double precaution. Cut
A.nationally known composer, Formerly of the church I in host church is Rev. C. E. Rentz
I the cantata, vIDe, Ky. Joseph and Nicodemus must ting strips of cloth into ribbons,
Danburg wrote Largo, Langston has been in I and the song leader, Rev. Alvin
J! have bad servants present to they stretched them across the
based
"Heritage of Freedom address, of the : the ministry ten years. He has The special services, will continue O. Kneeling..The series Is opento assist in the burial of Jesus. round stone that closed the sep
the inaugural also done choir work the .
on public.Plans
song through Friday night, fixed
them
and then
Under the direction of Joseph, ulchre to
late President John commeoration F. Kennedy, "" '-.'__-"lIt':" "=> I evangelism and specialization and will conclude with the two the work: began Immediately. the wall of the tomb with seals.
and last year In in Christian education. He took worship services next Sunday,
anniversary of me- Revival The first step was to remove No one could open the tomb now
225th _
of the his undergraduate work at
founder John Wesley, Aprils. the body from the cross. They without breaking the seals, thus

Danburg thodist composed the oratoria, CantataMrs. Lincoln graduate Christian work in Lincoln College Christian and A special bar-lHjue is slated BROOKER The'New River began by drawing the nails from revealing that the tomb had

"Beyond Lies God,"which had for the men of the church at Baptist Church will start its the feet. The crossbeam, with been tampered with.It .
Its premier at the, Gainesville E. Ruffin Jones and UP music professor Seminary in Lincoln, HL 6:30 p.m. Monday in the lower' revival on Sunday. Rev. .,Nor Jesus' hands still nailed to it, never occured to them that a'

church., That oratorio, for which Richard Danburg put polishing touches on the Easter Temporarily meeting in the auditorium. It will be sponsored man Redding, >'evangelist for was removed from the socket in.what they had just done would

Mrs. Jones wrote the words, will cantata Danburg composed for the youth choirs Little Theater, on NW 16th Ave., by DOW Sunday School. the Baptist Chapel at the Flora which it rested and lowered help to offer solid proof of

I be given at the annual sessionof of First Methodist Church. The work, for which West Side's services are Bible Class, taught by ,Judge::H. H. Ida State in Raiford Prison' will gently to the ground.' II Christ's resurrection, hichwas
the Florida Methodist Conference Mrs. Jones wrote the lyrics, will have its premier school at 9:45 and worship at McDonald. Class president is conduct the services, to be held Then the nails were removed. now only a few hours away.

in Lakeland on June 4J performance Sunday at the church. 11 LID. Dr.. Charles,Piafcoson. nightly at 7:30. There was probably,some,diffiI 1)OF SERIES .

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Brazil Rebellion : in the north central region 10-inch snowfall Thursday: the I England. ,

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the East southward into.Oklahoma, Ken- low for March 27. Freezing, Sell things through For Sate !d. I'

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I sailors and marines spent their ordered arrested for political from windows, "We are starvIng -' speeches while active political cold, snow and icy winds, ; Minnesota, Wisconsin,.Iowa parts of the Northeast Readingswere money comes FAST to you!

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Brazilian navy minister, resign appointed commander of the decision to take no action that Anselmo is president of the one week after the start of the Falls, Minn. whipped across the Great Lakes you extra cash FAST! I

I ed from office for failing to get I marine corps only Thursday by might provoke a crisis in the I Association of Sailors and Ma- spring season.:

them out. ,Mota told newsmen he also rines. He and the other navy i
armed forces was demonstrated NOTICaT Of INTENTION TO
( men went on Wednesday to the REGISTER vow you can own .:
Mota handed in his resigna- planned to resign.Government Thursday night in the withdrawal -] Pursuant to Section FICTITIOUS S65.09.NAME Florida
tion Thursday night after failing strategy appeared -: of marines who had been building, which houses a union Statutes", 1941; notice b hereby given
to to be to wait for the dissidents hall, to celebrate the association's -that the undersigned. TALMAGE L '
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persuade dissident enlist- posted around the building. I MOXLEY doing business under the CUSTOM-QUALITY
1 to tire of their strike second anniversary. firm of PARTY PACKAGE STORE
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WATCH OUT FOR and leave the building volun-I spending Easter at his ranch at I Navy police also turned up Alachua register County.said trade Florida name Intends under the to : ;

tarfly-out of hunger if nothingNOTICE Sao'Borja and there was no in- with orders to arrest Anselmo. provisions of the aforesaid statute at :
Gainesville. Florida, this 18th day of Du
OP INTENTION I dication that he planned to come They agreed to let the corporalgo March. A. D., '". Mont
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the undersigned GENTLY fc RICHARD The rebels yelled to onlookersthat
TAYLOR, doing business under the meeting. But then the men de- IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
firm name of TAYLOR & SON, 305: they were staying put to JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA 23-INCH CONSOLETTE TV ti
S. E. 72nd. St., (Mall Rt. No. .2 Box400T the arrest of CpL JoseIN cided to stay in the building to IN PROBATE.IN .
prevent
Gainesville. Alachua County. prevent Anselmo's arrest and RE: ESTATE OF 3
Florida. Intends to register said fictitious GEORGE T. BRAAKMAN !
( NAt name under the provisions ef the THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, the police finally left withoutthe Deceased.- ;AT
aforesaid Statute. ALACHUA'' COUNTY. STATE OF FLO TO ALL, CREDITORS AND PERSONS THIS NEVER BEFORE LOW PRICE :
Gainesville. Alachua .County, Florida RIDA. corporalIN HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAND .
Intends 'to register said fictitious name ESTATE OFCHARLES AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
under the provisions of the aforesaid C. VOYLE also known as THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT You and each of you are hereby
Statute. ,C. C. VOYLE IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY,, notified and required to present any r--4-----
Dated at Gainesville, Florida this Deceased FLORIDA. claims and demands which you or either ,
lim day of March, A. D.,. M4- The, State of Florida, To All Persons IN RE: Estate of of you, may have against the estate M .
FR (MRS.) BENTLY TAYLOR Interested in the Estate of said Decedent Deceased of GEORGE T. BRAAKMAN deceased 4s.k4I
20 NW 16th Art. : 6-2661 (3161) 3:13,20.31$4:3 : NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll late of said County to the
I You are hereby notified that a written creditors of the Estate of County Judge of Alachua County. Flor .. ]
Instrument purporting be the THEODORE SWANSON Deceased Ida. at his office In the court house of :
Our Gracious Host :Last Will and Testament ofto said decedent -,are hereby notified and required to said County at Gainesville. Florida, :: I''
DINNER SPECIAL : has been admitted! to probate In file any claim or demands which they within six calendar months from the j I.'
Presents iIPI
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said Court. may have against said Estate In the time of the first publication of this '. I
You are hereby commanded with. Office of the County Judge of Alachua notice. Each claim or demand shall be I
i Dell's Grade "A" in six calendar months from the date County Florida. In the Courthouseat In writing and shall state the place '
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of the first publication of this notice Gainesville Florida within six (6) of residence and post office' address of I /114i% .
to appear In said Court and show calendar months from the date of the the claimant and shall be sworn to by ,'Al4 f
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attorney : :! $:;:.< ;'
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said Court in admitting said Will claim or demand be )In wfet- and any such claim or demand not > < >>- "_
ON DRESSING . ". .'. . -. . to probate should not stand unre- Ing and must state the place of realdance so filed shall be void. I
voked. and post office address of the WILLIAM N. LONGAs
hl TOMORROW'S H. H. MCDONALD claimant and must be sworn to by the executor of the Last Will I i: .
Luncheon County Judge. Alachua County. claimant his agent, or his attorney, or and Testament of <
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{ tfl Florida. .. it will become void according to law. George T. Braakman, :
By-- IONE COLLINS Clerk. -DANIEL C. SWANSON deceased Jj l
BIGGEST VALUE IN GAINESVILLE Executor of te Estate of I
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First publication on March 20. 1964 THEODORE .t:"/'NSON. '
Delicious (3177) 3:20 27 4:3 10 (3196) 3:27; 4:3. 10>_ IN THE (JIRf''THE COUNTY--- filL'
J JUDGE, ALA3HUA oe NTY. FLORIDA -
it SALISBURY IN PROBATE.
IN RE: ESTATE OF _
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CASH ASSISTANCEoffered Deceased.To I
All Creditors and Persons Having
Whipped Potatoes Claims or Demands Against Said Estate -
Carrot& Raisin : '
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Spanish Onions and required to present any
I Hot Roll & Free With Yen* claims and demands which you, or either .
I Butter of you, may beve *K!nst the
.t Hot Coffee or Iced 'Tea EMPLOYED estate,of late THEORA of said f. County J>EDRICK, to the deceased -

Your Second Cup of Coffee or County Judge of Alachua County Florida
WOMEN at his office In the court house of
Iced Tea Is Always FREE said County at Gainesville Florida,

1 t. the within time six of calendar the first months publication from of this the ;)f Nassau-23**ConsoIette TV in grained

Did you know you can notice. Each claim or demand shall to 1t walnut or mahogany 1inisb.i .
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Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2:05 p.m. t executors& JOHN of the FLEMING Last Will MARSHAs and Testament Never before-the finest name in television costs no more than ordinary TV

II Dinner 430 p.m.to 8:05 p.m. $25-5600 LOANS of THEORA F. PEDRICK, deceased
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RE: ESTATE OF automatic
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f 58c SPECIALS. Daily Mon. thru Sat. Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks TO ALL Deceased.CREDITORS AND PERSONS The walnut or mahogany grained contemporary cabinet blends with !

I I .. FR 6.5333Valiant's HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS '
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l either of you, may have against the how much quality so little can buy.But you better hurry, \
estate of BERTHA M. KINGSLEY deceased -

County. Judge late of of said Alachua County County to Florida the at. this low price our limited supply won't last long f
at Ms office In the court houseof Pitt WM. 7k Fitatt II irlrrbto.
$ said County at Gainesville Florida 'I
within six calendar months from
1795 I the time of the first publication of I
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'shall be In writing and shall state
the place of residence and post of. P.M. BUDGET TERMS
fin of the claimant, and shall be
low. -low sworn to by the claimant agent or
price attorney end, any such claim or' demand .
not so filed shall be void. 'iiii&Fyi
, JULIA T. KINGSLEYAs ;I
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tumble tomorrow at the University Owen of Miami.Palmetto at pendents are .Florida State' Florida Relays laurels is
Followers of the University of Kentucky's basketball fortunes :< ; of. Florida track 13 feet 9. The record is 13 and Northeast Louisiana. having its own meet now.
are getting a bit hot under the collar over the Wildcats' -a:: : At" ;..-. ,.'.. when outstanding athletes feet 6. Eastern Teams
to basketball stars. .. from colleges and high Some of the individual col-
roadblock in trying sign Negro From the East come Brown
In the shot 14 entrants
put, lege stars are Bill Smith of
schools throughout the coun-
1 and Dartmouth and from the
It was reported here earlier this week that Westley Unseld, try compete in the 21st annu- have heaved the 12-pound Ohio State, indoor winner in midwest Ohio .
: :iii 'shot more than 50 feet Bestis Wesleyan.Brown's
the 6-8 star from Seneca High in Louisville, has indicated that al Florida Relays. the Big Ten low hurdles and distance
medley.
Larry, Duncan of. Birmingham 12th place in the national
he will not offer from the U.K. decathlon -
accept an (
A field of 28 colleges, 15 Shades Valley; at 574. meet last year; AI relay team won here last
I junior colleges or college record is 55N'me %%. year I along with Williams hi!
Unseld's mother, a brilliantly-educated woman (she has a The Williams, Florida State shot

4 PhD), has made the statement that she does not want her son : .,;.' .-y.t : freshmen schools will and take part 75 high have bettered :Iso feet putter Carolina; Tom high Clark juniper, North Jim shot and put Northeast Clark in L high o u i siana jump

4 :\ ; in the discus John ;
: topped by State's 440-yard relay team.
with Wynn, Clemson 100 and 220-
In the prep group, rep- Morton of Miami Edison at
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resentatives from Alabama, yard dash man; Justin Can-
1704. The record'of 168.-11%
Georgia, South Carolina and ale, Mississippi State field meet at Montgomery, Ala.,
.is held by Morton.
Florida competition will be goal kicker in football and a winners include McCormick,
intense in the 100-yard dash, All 18 mile relay teams shot putter;' Ray Kodres, 60-yard dash and broad jump;
high jump, pole vault, shot have done better than 3 min- Tennessee pole vaulter; and Smith, 600-yard run; Pat Pont
1 ev put, discus and relays. utes 30 seconds. Nine of the Bill McCormick and -Jerry phreys, Tennessee, 60 yard

Thirteen entrants have high '100-yard dash men have gone Smith, both of Auburn, dash hurdles; Kodres; Bob Reding-
under 10 seconds. man-hurdler and middle-dis ton, Tennessee, 1000 yard
above six feet. The
jumped
run and Canale.
. to be a crusader for Negro rights as far as Southeastern Conference s Li 1 top mark is .6'foot 6 by Rich- College teams come from tance runner, respectively. There; is no official team
I ard Galloway of Eau GaBle the Big 10, Southeastern,
basketball is concerned.An All SEC teams are entered championship in the Florida
The meet record is 6 foot 4. Atlantic Coast and Southern
wq id excepting Kentucky, Vander- relays only individual
older brother is enrolled at Kansas or Kansas State, ..._t 4 High Vaulters conferences plus some strong bilt, Tulane and LSU. The lat- awards.
memory fails to serve with exactness on this point, and West- :..fit 1 I Eleven have vaulted 12 foot independents. ..

ley is expected to go either to UCLA, Indiana of the Big Ten or: ;- .

hometown Louisville. wA HadToPutUp' -
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big center, named as one of the five all-time great players -. ,/ "'
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Coleman, Wah Wah Jones, Ralph Beard and Cliff Hagan Puts
by the Louisville Courier-Journal, is one of about three stand- i

out Negro athletes in Kentucky this year. Half Purse

I If Kentucky fails to get Unseld or any others, the suggestion'has Shot
been offered that the 'Cats withdraw from the Southeastern
Conference, as'did Georgia Tech. I t y WASHINGTON (AP-Heavy-) "We didn't like it, we don't Friday, March 27,, 1964 11
weight boxing champion Cas- like it, but we had to swallowit
. r Earl Ruby, Courier-Journal sports editor, phrased it this -. sius Clay had to agree to put .. because Clay wanted tofight
way: : ; half of his purse from his fight :for the title."

"I make few predictions in this column except at Derby a u with Sonny Liston-some $225- Clay won the championship in
Vst* time, but I would like to go on record as saying that we will h'? :" ,"' 000-in escrow in order to get a the Feb. 25 match at Miami 'Other9
never again see a basketball team not integrated win the Na- t crack at the former champion' when Liston failed to answer Leg
tional Collegiate Athletic Association championship. an attorney has testified. the bell in the seventh round.

Brown StarsThe Gordon B. Davidson, attorneyfor The committee has been taking
f "Kentucky, by remaining In an all-white conference, is In
a Louisville, Ky., group testimony for three days about Hurts MantleBy
effect withdrawing from the national title fight. two above athletes will compete in the Florida sponsoring Clay told the Senate arrangements concerning the

Ruby said Negro athletes are loath to sign with the UK be- Relays tomorrow representing Brown University. Antitrust and Monopoly sub- fight and will resume hearings
cause of unwillingness to subject themselves and their Victor Boog (top) has run the two-mile;; 9:18.5, committee Thursday: Monday. MURRAY mASS right knee since he twisted it as
white mates to unusual hardships on trips around some partsof while Bruce Ross (bottom) is a sophomore shot put. Must Agree, Associated Press Sports Writer a rookie in 1951.
the SEC. Kentucky might do well to follow the lead of Geor- ter. Davidson said Liston, when It's often been said that Mickey Mantle, who played in only 40
gia Tech and withdraw from the conference, Ruby noted. he was challenging former Mantle on one leg is better per cent of the Yankees' gamesin
champion Floyd Patterson for than most players on two, but 1963 and 68 per cent the past
The Wildcats, according'to Ruby, then could choose their opponents Four Found the heavyweight title, had to even Mantle himself might not two seasons, started in the first
at large as.Bobby Dodd of Tech will do and avoid all Opponents agree to a rematch promotedby care to speculate how good he 11 spring games but departed

4 schools where Negroes are not welcomed. a firm selected by Patterson would be without that one good after the early innings. He has

ti and also had to post half of his leg. five hits in 19 times at bat, has

They Won't Leave For Elimination Boutsmake purse guarantee from he the would first give fight Patterson as a- Actually, the'leg-the left one scored one run and driven in

A prediction here is that Kentucky is not likely to withdrawany ,', }P- a rematch. -Isn't that good and that's two.Until
time soon from the SEC..The 'Cats make it to the NCAA what has the NewJforiOfankee the past few days, hehadcotXeen
Cassius wide- When backers of LIston aft ,
NEW YORK (AP)- The New the Machen-Terrell fightin year-ago. got the worried *" & bandaging his legs
if
too easily as SEC champion, much easier than superstar
regionals he
er stopped Patterson in the
York State Athletic Commission verdict after before
May. ly disputed predicting games. Now be's reverted
if they bad to do it as an at-large choice. bas rounded up four men who that Jones would fall in first round of both fights began "I was running real good whenI to that precautionary

Florida's unofficial position has been stated many times In say they are willing to fight it Jones was invited to partIci- five, or so. negotiations with Clay, Da- came down here, but I haven't prac-

the past. The Gators will play at home and away against oppo- out to see which one should face pate in the elimination tourna- Jones is ranked No. 2 by'Ring, vidson said, they insisted on a been running good the last tice.He said Thursday the left knee
athletes their rosters. The UP Cassius Clay for the heavyweight Ranked No. similar clause in the contract couple of, days,"- Mantle said
ents .who may have Negro on ment but declined. right behind Liston, who is not hurts where the cartilage was
t stars. Mainly'because title in September or Oc- although the pact did not'specif- Thursday after missing his
will not actively recruit, as yet, Negro 1 by the World Boxing Association ranked by the WBA. removed."I .
of the intense state pride in Florida A & M, a problem which tober. Jones said "I already have ically call for a rematch. It re- ond straight exhibition see-I got hit by Siebern the first
Two other boxers Zora Folley
Tennessee also faces in the Volunteer State with Tennessee Noticeably missing is the man earned the right to fight Clay." and Harold Johnson,, tried to get would quired be that placed half of in Clay's escrow.purse and Manager Yogi Berra had game we played," Mantle said,
A" I.The who refused to fall in the round the switch hit
planned on using referring to Norm Siebern's line
1 He said he thought he had won into the elimination picture, but that a group of which Liston
talent hits home in almost CassIus called. That's Doug the commission turned them ting center fielder against the drive that struck him on the side
lesson of losing standout Negro I the, 10-round fight with Cassiusat was a stockholder would have
the Missouri Jones. down. ; Mets and even had his name on of the knee. 'The darned thing
of Valley Garden
every sport these days. Bradley Madison Square a the right promote the match.
Conference won the National Invitational Tourney in New Also absent is Sonny Liston, ,I Davidson said the rematch the line-up card. But Mantle'asked hit right near the operation, and
who has been refused a New for another day of rest, now it's hurting. Doc it's
York City this year as Joe Strawder of Belle Glade played the agreement was in a second con- says
big role.Lr'l' York license. Older HorsesIn tract, kept secret until after the saying his left knee was troubling just a bone bruise. I hope that'sall
Present are former champion. Miami fight. him.. it is."
Floyd Patterson; plus Cleve- "This .was the deal they had Twisted It In other games, Washingtonwon
Peters land Williams of Houston, Ed- to swallow to get a fight with The left knee is the one which its fourth straight game 9-3
.t.4Imost. die Machen of San Franciscoand LimelightBy Patterson and they were going was operated on during the lover Pittsburgh, Bob Chances
Lr'l' Ernie Terrell of Chicago. to make the next guy swallowit winter for torn cartilage has grand slam home run powered

Nothing has been signed. Andit i ," the attomey\said. had recurring problems with hisTOMORROW'S Cleveland to a 9-8 triumph over
Turned Teacher is a long way between the ORAL ROBERTSON I The'Donn win be run on the $50,000 the Los Angeles Dodgers, Kan-
talk and the bell, but if plans I Associated Press Sports Writer grass with Cedar Key the probable Davidson said Clay received sas City downed the Chicago
work out Patterson will fight After today's $25,000-added favorite under topweight of $50,000 for expenses for agree- GAMES White Sox 10-6, the Chicago Cubs
SARASOTA, Fla. (AP-Left. from an absent-minded professor -Williams and Machen will meet'errell Bay' Shore Stakes at Aqueduct, 122 pounds. Victory in one divi- ing to give Inter-Continental Cincinnati vs. Milwaukee won a 15-inning game with Boston -
hander Gary Peters of the ChIcago into the pitching sensationof before June.WIDDers the 3-year-olds step aside while sion of the rich San Juan Capis- Promotions, Inc., the firm in Los Houston Angeles vs. N Pittsburgh vs. Kansas, CIty 104 and Milwaukee ran its
White Sox, American the 1963 season. Fight' the older horses race for the big trano at Santa Anita earned which Liston is a shareholder, x-New York N vs. Baltimore winning streak to six, beating
League Rookie of the Year, was "I had forgotten my fast Then the winners will fight, money Saturday with the him the favorite's role over the right to promote Clay's first Philadelphia Louis vs.vs.New MinnesotaSt York A Cincinnati 41. '
'1 headed for a school teaching ball," Peters.explained. "I had I with the winner of that one gong $50,000-added Donn Handicap at such veteran campaigners as championship fight and to name x-Chkago San Francisco N vs.vs.Los Cleveland Angeles A The games between Baltimoreand
job when he suddenly turned been working so bard, on a against Cassius in New Gulfstream Park topping the consistent Sunrise Flight, 120; his opponent x-Boston Detroit vs.vs.Chicago Los Angeles A A Minnesota and St Louis and
t curve ball and a slider in the York in September or October. national feature race card. Parka 119 and Royal Ascot, About the secret rematch x-Bartlmort vs:; Washington I Philadelphia were washed out
minors that I changed my motion Harry Markson, director of five 116. agreement Davidson said: I I x-Los divided Angeles squads.A and Baltimore using I after they got started.
Gators NeedSeries a little. I not only lost my boxing at Madison Square Gar.I Eleven Derby-age colts,
of them for the May 2
fast ball-I began to forget how den[ said he had already made eligible
hard I could throw." an offer to Patterson and Williams running of the Kentucky Derbyat I
for a fight around June! Churchill Downs, tangle in AROUND THE STATE
As cutdown
drew
SweepFlorida's day
near,
22. He said he would like to the seven furlongs of the Bay
Peters ad an 0-2 record and Shore. But Black Mountain, who
baseball Gat a r s was in jeopardy of being sent was not named for the -Kentucky
were to'meet Georgia Tech at back to the minors for the fifth classic, is the likely fav-
3 pjn. today in the first game time with his options all used. Two BeingConsidered; ,orite off his victory in the Swift(Miami Golfer, Team LeadRowbotham I

ft of their important two-game Hard To Say .two weeks ago. i I

Southeastern Conference series. "It's hard to say I now just Black Mountain, owned by J.
The Gators are 4-0 in Eastern what I would have done," said M. Roebling, has won two races MIAMI (AP) Paul Desjar- for fifth at 305. of Palm.Beach and takes on'Florida State and Amherst -
Division play and need a sweepof Peters. "I might have quit It since running 10th in Hialeah dins, a college golfer who apparently Players were scheduled for 36 Harvey Smith of Philadelphia.Tied will face Northeast Lou'
the series to set themselvesup all depends on what had hap Park's Hibiscus. Bupers cap- doesn't care if it's boles today with the final 18 of with 68s were the teamsof isiana. '
for, next week's vital series pened. If someone else pickedme At KansasLAWRENCE tured the Hibiscus' and it was night or day on the course, teed; the 'TZ-hole event to ,be played Joe.Mitchell and Billy Watts, In yesterday's play, Georgia
with currently undefeated Au- up, I probably would have the same horse from Mrs. Marion off in the second round of the I tomorrow. both of Fort Lauderdale; Tru- Tech defeated Northeast Louisiana -
burn at Auburn. I finished the year with them and Kan. (AP)- R. Frankel's barn who keptthe i University of Miami golf tournament man Connell of Jupiter and Jack 3-% and FSU shutout North
Florida Is 7-2 overall and has I then decided. But for a while I Ralph Miller of Wichita and Ted Roebling ace from having a today with a fivestrokelead Veghte of Clearwater Jack Pen- Carolina S-0.' _
a five-game win string. Georgia sure felt I'd be teaching school. Owens, Kansas assistant are perfect record last year when in the individual competition. I rose of Miami' and Larry Feldman The tournament is scheduledto '
Tech has not played a confer- "Then more or less every running neck-and-neck among he edged Black Mountain in the FSU Winner of Philadelphia; Jo'hn: run through April 4.
ence game to date and is 2-2 thing came together," Peters Kansas alumni for' ,the headbasketball Futurity at Aqueduct Desjardins a University of Guenther of,Reading Pa.,. ,and 'f
overall. continued.. "I got a chance to coaching job resignedby Miami the Dick Siderowf 'of 8
Bupers is back today under student three-putted TALLAHASSEE (AP)- Florida 'Westport,
Danny Eggart was to pitch start against Kansas City andI Dick Harp Thursday. of 130 ''pounds 13 18th hole in the dark last nightto State University's track Conn., and Labron Harris Jr.,
top weight ,
today's game for the Gators won. That*helped. I started This doesn't mean either one more than Black Mountain finish the first'round with a team defeated a University of of Stillwater, Okla., and Sid Salomon Bids Studied
with Jim Biggart going tomor throwing hard and now I had is certain to get the job. Milleris picks with Bill Shoemaker in par busting six-under 65. South Carolina team 91-54 yesterday of St. Louis.
row. The windup game' will the curve and slider to go withit a prime candidate for the the saddle.up Money won deter- This sparked the Miami team, with the Florida men Guenther and Siderowf are the TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
start at 2 pan. tomorrow. and everything went good. vacancy at Iowa and is visiting mines the weight in this allow- host to 17 collegiate teams from taking 11 of the 17 first places. defending champions.The board of control studied today
Things went so good that from
there today. around the country into the 72-bole tournament which four offers from contractors to
July 11 to August 29 Peters won The decision will be made'by ance race. lead with a total:of 290 strokes. I runs through Sunday,, is being increase the seating capacity of
., Rains Fall-. 11 straight games. The 26-year- the Athletic Board, Chancellor Bupers is eligible for tie Kentucky The closest competitor to Des-' played on the 6,631-yard,par-72 Florida State University's Doak
old
southpaw finished the sea- w. Clarke Wescoe and the new Derby along with Alphabet jardins was Denny Lyons of Tie at 67'HOlLYWOOD Orange Brook Golf course. Campbell football stadium from
with 19-8 record
PostponementsThe son a and a Determined.Man High 1Ft-
Wade Stinson. who 25,000 to 37,418.
I athletic director Florida State University .
league-leading 2.33 earned run nance and Sacred River. r
rains fell swiftly yes- average. Then he topped it all They[ have made no decision carded a one-under-par 70. (AP) -There The apparent low bidder at
the'
terday and left area coaches off by edging teammate Pete about their next step. The Atharmally- Tied at third with 71s were' were no runaway leaders going I : $442,236 was Bear Construction
Board won't act f of into today's second: round of the Four.Games Co. of Tallahassee. The other -
scurrying around checking Ward for rookie laurels. etie No TroubleSAN Chris Mid of the University
playing surfaces. Peters was slowed somewhatthis on Harp's resignation until April Miami Bill Newton of the Uni-!. Men's 'International four-ball bids were close enough, bow-
Golf Tournament TALLAHASSEE (APFour ever, to require an examinationof
,
,11. of and Lee
spring by an inflamed tendon versity Michigan
result
The was postponementof
three athletic 'events the but now is back In form, Harp's resignation wasn't un FRANCISCO (AP) Gay'of the University,of,Flori Two teams tied for first honors games were scheduled In today's options, said the board. :
working Ranking heavyweights Carl da. 'at 67 after yesterday's opening round of the Florida State The stadium expansion was
Gaiaesville-Ocala and P. K. once again on the expected. '
'.' Wflliston baseball methodical 'motion that apparently He bad considered leaving (Bobo), Ison and Irish Wayne Florida State was second in round. Five other teams. Invitational 'Baseball Tournament pushed to bring the Universityof
Yonge Chiefland baffles batters. He has: coaching in recent years and Thornton don't expect any trouble -team score with 291, one stroke were tied with 68s. Florida Gators to Tallahasseefor
and the Re-
games sort of a hesitation stop just be-. decided this was a good time catching each other when behind Miami. Michigan was The lead was split between the North Carolina meets Mississippi the first time next fall Under
lays. fore he fires toward' the plate: to make'the move because Kansas they meet tonight in their 10- third at 297;'Florida fourth with duo of Jack Kersten of,Fort Lauderdale State and Duke plays Am- an agreement between the
AD will be played at nnde-' gives him an awkwardapi prospects are bright He announced round nationally televised box- 302; ,and Rollins College and and Joe Bassett of-Hollywood herst in morning'games.. In aft- two schools, state had.to seat at

tenniaed later dates. i gearing style. so. future, plans. lug match at KCMT Pavilion Florida Southern University tied and the team of George ernoon events, Mississippi State least 35,060. .;.

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o'kveN1" rotas -tW ANNWI.I WIN1EK;FORCED ; I'
: Finally Hits AAAV ft AN ANNOYAKtf tf VO&AFFORD MEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP)-'sprint record by leading the leg in that race, and 'Dick Mc- points, five more than Southern
: I It*A CHANCE> fO a2-EvAMIA1lt. How. will America's swimmersdo ,
qualifiers in 20.9 seconds but Geagh another Trojan, who California and 'Yale/ each tied }; ,
in the P
:Tokyo Olympics next (
won the 400-yard individual with 28.
P6tz5ONALl.YAF16Rs October? lost by a shade to his team-

:. The Bigtime s l'RIJ5tJ a eE OF J_S'(6\WII6 pt6tWIMENt FIN"i4'1ATPAR1D Wove It's: still seven months away, mate, Mike Austin in the final. medley.The luck Gilbert a solid Olympic Ii.

., c6MNGIID.OF MY MM'5 ONE but 'Olympic Coach, Jim Coun- The old NCAA record was 21 Southern Cal team nosed piospect, easily won the one-

/ I REASON WHV 1 'fAKe A silman be seconds posted in 1963 by Steve out Yale in the medley relay in meter low board dive. '
can hardly wait
COCOA, Fla. (APHouston'sHal son in throwing strikes one day. i lAYOFF. IF tCH0CK WJ.1le.CON11NU IDt says
FROM yt.ARro; after seeing some top prospects 3:30.9 for the new NCAA record
Woodeshick, one of the top "Everyone always said I had ,
WtO-lOU1" PAU6E iMULrIi Jackman while at Minnesota.The .
t YEAR MORTGAGE MONEY
rellef'spedalists'in the National the greatest stuff In the world .VM' blister the Yale pool Thursday.The and Bennett lowered the American i 5V4 *. INTEREST ,

League last year, put together when I was pitching on the sidelines tall bald Councilman was other record-breaking 100-yard backstroke mark I TERMS TO 25 YEARS

his finest season in the majors ,"'said Woodeshick "but 1 eo At eAa<< 6eAGON' smiling as the collegians openedthe performances were registeredby with a 532 in ,his leadoff leg.Indiana's BUY-BUILD-REFINANCE I

because he was tired. never could throw strikes in a 69.R1' i EACH three-day annual, NCAA Southern California's 400- CALL

The string' of circumstancesthat game. I have a natural sinker PHA6E LN MOUM.Z.YGRO OP-MSWlN& swimming and diving championships !. yard medley relay team; Bob lead, expected Hoosiers, in gained the scrap the 825 DAN N.W. 13th BYRD STREET ''
and time I threw In ss Jr NFA .PtJSn'D& _by breaking one American
turned the Sl-year-old Jeft- every a t PH. FR 2-2511
Bennett who the for team honors 33
swam opening piling
7JI'6CfiC 1116 HEAVNr. up
and four NCAA records in
hander from a starter with a 5- game the ball would break down ::: PSG. oF'BR1t.W'I I
18.record and a 4.40 earned run below the strike zone. MASIKE Merc i P AOJU6rTM N15 four races. 1

average to a reliever with an "Then, one day, Richards got t NWQN&1IB-WM COUCSH1KM&STALL.i oft The recordWrecking.was'ex.
11-9 record and an eye-opening hold of me," Woodeshick con- -
pected to continue today in five
1.7 ERA begins with a lesson tinued. "He took me out to the
Ft'eLr'1W.1' m RYDNE tests, all over the 200-yard distance
from Paul Richards. ball park and he told me to SHCUUP &TACT. t.tf fLE
Richards, the Colts' general pitch high-real high-no NEW EACH YEAR. PON'TXPgcriDHIf including the freestyle I i "
up -TWg BALL where Yale's Steve Clark and
manager and a shrewd appraiser matter how wild I was and how AS YOU PIP" &EFO*ewe Southern Saari 36 HOURS ONLY !
of pitchers, took Woodeshick unnatural I felt. Later on he told ..vOPP. "1U l4 GRADUALLY Calikrnia's'Roy

out to the ball park for a les- me to drop down\ a little and I >Figs;1/eRYtNUJG MAWKIfrIP Kr; dbURE GoRtET 1AA1'. may collide.

adjusted bit by bit Pretty soon Both figured big in Thurs

PKY Wins the pitches began to sink day's assault on the standards.
into the strike zone." t Saari 19-year-old sophomore
1 I ,
The next step was the Colts' "' f. won the 500-yard freestyle in (GOOD/ VEARNew

In -TrackP.K. decision to employ Woodeshickas ) TByers J Jn 4:45.8, bettering the old markof .
reliever."I : S.L
a
1'1 4:40.7 set last year by John :
was getting the ball in the Konrads, the Australian Olym :
Yonge raced to nine strike zone and the club neededa a- ::
Tour Will Not pian.
first,places and defeated Green reliever, so I was it/' said Says 'A t }

Cove Springe and North Marionin Woodeshick., "I began to get Shatters Mark

a triangular track meet Wednesday confidence and I just couldn'twait j Clark shattered the 50-yard

at the Blue Wave track. to get out there and pitch. Obligate College CagersKANSAS

The well-balanced PKY squad Everything began to feel atur-
picked up 93% points, while CITY .(AP) The class time and academic probe! DEEP SEA I

Green Cove managed 47 and al."Then working all the time NCAA said today top college lems for the players and makesit I 6 z2S 8lackwa
North Marion 39H.myard "mandatory for the NCAA to !f brbI
made my sinker break better," basketball players should be under I FISHINGFrom
high hurdles Hinson, PKYaHinton. be certain no additional obligation -
PKY: Johnston, PKYi Hedge. he continued. "I had always had no obligation to participatein the of I
college players
on part -
Hodge. GCs. 17 1.
difficulty when I didn't pitch a
100-yard dish Pruttt. NM, Sand- a tour of Russia, Italy and be involved."
lint NM Stwaker, PKY tie> EdwardsNM. lot because my fast ball didn't I
10.9Mile sink as well. AU that work made Yugoslavia and the trip should I I
run Moody GCSi Lowe, CCS of Steinhatchee Fla. I
selection
Monden. PKY; Wells. PKY. 3-M. me a little tired and I found I have no bearing on Just Too I
relay PKY. Diggs. D Baseball''team.
: rrd Kcrv; North Marlon. pitched better when I was a lit- the Olympics i
IJt.2. tie tired because the sinker Walter Byers, NCAA execu- Much Talent on Nylons
440-yard dash GooUby, CCSi Egg- said the NCAA I Goody
ft PKY, Bryant PKYi Luea PKY. would break down." tive director,
ti.IMyard. "wishes to make certain there 'The WINNER'
low hurdles Stanaker, PKY
-
-rUsle. GCSi' Johnston, PKY Tyre, be no pressure, official or implied LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP-All

,Mo,V -21.1.yard run Hlers PKY, Dent Azalea Open that willingness: to make coaches would'like' to have the I with Tufsyn Rubber

*/*. GCS) Jones PKYi 011100g.'KY. the tour has any relationship to problems and headaches that 65 Feet Long

sprint JtlS medley.4. relay PKY Tuttle Gets Olympic team selection of collegiate -plague Slats Gill of Oregon 18 Feet Wide "

Hlnton. Stanaker dash -Hints Sandlin.: NM NM 1.124.220yard ) Koru. Going players." State and Jack Gardner of Utah. Coast' Guard In the tread and body of this new All- strength than other economy-line tires.
PKY) Dodd and Stone, NM tie. MS. The two will coach the East Inspected Weather "42" there are two materials And Tufsyn Goodyear's super mileage
mile,relay Wershow.- PKY and H. TruIUlo! ,36.Ray.Eggert I WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP- At the same time, the NCAA and West teams in Saturday aft Lounge room fir that add thousands of miles to a tire's rubber is the toughest auto tire rubber

shot put Newberry GCSPKYJ Davis. Delayed a-day by rain, the $20 said Henry P. Iba, coach of the ernoon's East-West College All- Snack bar I life.3-T Nylon cord gives this tire greater Goodyear has ever used.
NMElchom. GCS; Hodsdon. PKY. 000 Azalea Open Golf tuorna- Olympic team, disclosed in Lex- Star basketball game and Leaves Taylor's Dockat
M4
43-1 discus Finpatrkk PKYi Rogers.N' ment's field of 160 started anew ington, Ky., that he declined an there's so much talent on hand 7:30 a.m. I price plus tax and recappable tire for each tire purchased. If any

lte.e./, Eggert PKY Williams GCS. today on the first'round. invitation to coach the tour that both are working overtime Returns 5 to 6 p.m. i I trade-in tin is not recappable add $2 per tire to price.

PKYI high Hodge lump -GCSi Carter D. TrI NM,Io,Hlnlon.PKY. A heavy mid-morning down- team because of prior,commitments just trying to come' up with a I

5-7 road lump Hodge, GCS, Goolsby. pour following night-long show- and reservations he has starting line-up. I I HO MONEY DOWN WITH RECAPPABLE TRADE-!NS-FREE MOUNTING!II
about the worth of the trip. $5.00 .
Ors; Koru PKYi T. TruIHIo PKY. ers forced postponement of play Gill will handle the West and per person I
20-1.. Officials waited Gardner the East. $1.00 for Rod & Reel
Thursday.
,
i lie vault H. TruJillo PKY; Den- : some The tour, sponsored by the
mark. GCS. ) Rogers. NM: Johnston.PKY.6. 90 minutes before deciding to State Department was an- The contest, sponsored by the GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE LIMIT" If a Goodyear Tire Fails Under this Guarantee
start' all over today. Fifty-four National Association of Basket- GUARANTEE-All New Goodyear Auto tires any of more than 80,000 Goodyear dealers in ,
nounced March 7. It starts April and Canada will make allowance I-
United States
In workmanthe
defects
Guaranteed
against
players ware called in from the ball Coaches, is scheduled to be- Trips to Individuals are
MarquetteFires 18, with eight games in Russia, open ship and materials and normal road hazards on a new tire based on original tread
front nine. two in Yugoslavia and two in gin at 3:30 p.m. (EST) and will] Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor i except repairable punctures. depth remaining and. currenfGoodyear".
When play was suspended, at be televised throughout most of
Italy. The U.S. Olympic basket.
Coach least four holes of the Cape the nation.
.ball trials are set for April 2-4
Fear Country Club were under at St. Johns University, Jamaica The West, which lost 77-70 In Charter Mon., Tues., THE NO MONEY DOWN

water. N.Y. the first annual game last year, Wed,, Thurs. fir Fri.
HickeyMILWAUKEE Under the revised schedule, has'been.installed a slight favor- INSTANT CREDITTO

an extra day has been added, Byers said the fact the Olym- ite this year because of its i

AP Mar- setting back the wind-up of the!pic Games at Tokyo will be held height advantage. There are HOLDERS OFCHARGE.APLATES
( ) -
University -which put 72-hole tournament to Monday. i in the fall adds to the missed only three men on the 10-man Phone:- Cross City J & '
queUe West squad under 6-foot-6 while
I
all of its athletic eggs into basketball the East has only two over 65. HY 8-3423 COODY AK DEALER NATL. CREDIT CARDS
four years ago was I Bowling Results I

looking for a new athletic di-

rector and cage coach today NIGHT OWL S & S Cleaners 4542V4 RoseboroTo"

after the dismissal of Eddie A.F.R.O.T.C W tit L 43: Butlers Radiator RESULTS Serv. 42 66
Hickey. Manor Motet 67 45 Ace Electric 3. S. E. Sapp 1; Bank of Miss Action
S" C Tile & Terrazzo tlVi 49V* Newberry X Cotton Mlnamart 1; Butlers SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON
Hickey the 61-year-old out- Williams Thomas S9V4 52V* Radiator Serv. 3, Chandlers 1; Walsh
spoken "Little General" who Cent.Edwards Fla.Bldg.Office Supplies Supply 51 58 54 54 Barber Shop 3.INDUSTRIAL S&S Cleaners 1. I' LOS ANGELES (AP-Dodger)

has won or directed his teamsto Pep l' Distributors MV* SM W.' L. catcher John Roseboro has calcium ,
Park Lane Cafeteria MVk Mtt Gainesville Shopping Center 28 16 I
most of basketball's top honors -Holiday Inn 52V% 59V McKlnney Green 'Insurance 2t U deposits in his right knee
in Johnson & Paris 47 65 Pepper Printing Co. 26 UPlggte and will be out of action untilat
he
since began coaching
Alachua General Hospital 44V) 47V Park Restaurant 26 II
1927, said he was "not ready or Pittsburgh Plate Glass 41 71 Gainesville Sun 26 'II least April 9, a team physi

prepared for retirement. I A.F.R O.T.C. 4.RESULTS Williams Thomas C; Birdsey Servicemaster Feed Mills 22 23 21 22 cian said Thursday.Dr. 1964 FORDDEMONSTRATORS
after Cent Fla. Office Supply 4. Pepin Olst. Allstate Insurance 19 25 Robert Kerlan told Dodger
turned
Hickey was out 0; Manor Motel 3. S .. C 1; Park Lane Paul's Auto Salvage 11 26
the poorest season in his coach- 3. Edwards Bldg. Supplies 1; Johnson B & G Motors 16 28 officials that,Roseboro is under
& Farls 3. Pittsburgh Plate Glass 1; Florida Pest Control 16 28
ing career and after the worst Alachua' General Hospital 2. Holiday Wonderhovse Restaurant 16 21 treatment that includes corti- .
Inn 2. RESULTS sone shots, and that
record since Marquette began no surgery
University City Women's Servlcemaster: 3 Birdsey 1; Plggle
basketball in 1917. The War- W. L. Park 3. Wonderhouse 1; B & 'Motors is planned.
Coca Cola 73 31 3. Fla. Pest 1; Allstate 2, Gainesville
riors had a 5-21 record and lost Gold Coast Restaurant 67\\ 36V Shop. Center 2; Pepper 2. McKinney.
Glnny-s Hairstylist 65 39 Green 2; Gainesville Sun 2. Paul's Auto
15 In a row before closing the First Federal 54 44 2-
season with a victory. Old Milwaukee 54V 47V Fla National Bank ATTENTION!
I Busch Bavarian 56 4t W. L':
Hickey, who had a 90-72 rec- Brown's Texaco Service 54 50 Deposits 71\\ 36Wlthdrls \,

ord in six seasons at Marquette,1 Budweiser 53 49V)31Rutnerford'a'Jewelers 54V) Forgers! 70 V4 38 47% Cocktail Lounges I
,
also coached at Creighton and weirs Jones -Servkenter Johnson 48 41 56 6J I Bad Returns Pennies 51 j/vi 59 sou Bars Hotels YOUR CHANCE TO GET A LIKE NEW FORD FOR
St. Louis University, where his Gainesville Gas Co. 37 67 Sliver Dollars .56 52
Holiday Inn, 35V) MV Cashiers
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teams had a combined record Morleys Sandwiches 33 71 Lucky Pennies 4* 59.
ol victories del1ts. I RESULTS :"** 4614 615
444 against 159 BIG SAVINGS
Coca Cola 4. J & J 0: Glnny-s 4. Mor- Debits 4j 43
leY'. 0: W lf. Bowling Bills 40 U "
inn 0; First Federal 3. Gainesville Gas Millionaires 54 70 TAVERNSFor
U Gold Coast ,3, Brown's 11 Old Milwaukee RESULTS I ,
2. Busch 2; Budweiser. 2* Rutherford Deposits 4. Dividends 0; Wlthdrawls 4, ;i-
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J.I BUSINESS- MARKET I Music Soothes the Restless Student 'I


t REPORT '

I DAYTONA BEACH (AP) association.. .

REVIEW V' 'I City officials hope music will Even the Beer Guzzling Both groups give scheduled
help calm an expected influx of concerts as well as impromptuday

75,000 restless college students and
night performancesalong
_
--- --- -- Beach
migrating south on their annual Stopped Daytona the city's beach.

i Easter vacation. Talent hunts are conducted by

Easter Early trials appeared to be'I the groups in a search for gifted
.
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. working. into riots, near riots and mass rowdy crowds of students benton performers among the students.

( arrests here and at Fort Lau- mischief and vandalism.A :
Police arrests
are averaging
t ,say -
ExtendsPromise I I about 100 a day, mostly on derdale. beer distributor, who han-1 Rights Bill 'i iI :

Critical Coin Shortage t .i. :' minor charges.Al A trial of the music experiment -dies about 50 per cent of
I: i I .
cal business, said the city will
ta'-: Garguilo, director of the i occurred Wednesday,night

V \, city recreation department estimates when some 6,500 of the students consume about 75,000 cases of j I Backers To ;;' ;
attended combination folk beer this month no more per
another students a mu-
25,000 ,I
J
I ..: By Sylvia Porter ,,. : migrating from their winter, sic-jazz concert at the city's capital than normal.

61'I S.' bound schools in the north, will band shell. Police said unruly groups of I Open Case :
_:
I students have .
'I A few Miss Eva but swell the total to 75,000 by this The only outbursts from the trouble-seeking
By SAM DAWSON days ago |1in coins, came to the conclusion sends millions of children to
I been the exception this rather !
I AP Business News Analyst Adams, director of the U. S.: this would only make school each morning with pock- weekend. I crowd involved standing ova- than the rule. year WASHINGTON (AP-Senate.) t

matters worse. Now it really ets of small change instead of tions .w hen a, performance: backers of the civil rights bill
NEW YORK lAP'This) Mint in Washington, receivedan City fathers feel they may Much of the credit was given
has become butter sandwich. pleased them. take the floor
major problem. a peanut starting
I Easter is as hopeful as the nation urgent phone call from a have the'answer in music to this to the two music groups sanc- Monday
Item: The shortage of ,min Contributing mightily also is The experiment( 'was.: consid- to tell of the merits they see ,in
and the world has known woman in nearby Silver Spring, potentially explosive situation tioned by city officials.
is ered a resounding success when the
or coins so severe that some the dramati growth in coin measure. j
for 'som The caller which in past years has erupted Folk music artists
years. It probably is Maryland. reported, were
banks are resorting to "green collecting as a hobby and in cleanup crews stunned,officials Assistant Senate Democratic
full of bank is brought in under the
as the of
promise as world "My completely out sponsor-
sales" to paid 'their supplies 1 vestment. The number of col- with .news that not one empty leader Hubert H.
:
,01
of Ford Motor Co. Humphrey
could added that when ship The other -
expect.No ; quarters One bank in Denver has been lectors has quadrupled in the:' beer can was found in..the area Minnesota passed that word to '
her bank had asked the near- I Court Bars a jazz group headed by the
millenium in sight.. Just a est Federal Reserve Bank offering to. sell $2 ,bills for $1.95 last decade alone-to an estimated after the concert ended. : Rev. Ed Beck of Nashville, All newsmen after Thursday's

fair quota of peace and an easing -branch in Baltimore for an em- in oins. Another in Greenfield, 8 million today-a n d This was considered signifi-:. America University of Kentucky to make the bill the Senate's

of friction and fear. Americans Mass., collected more than $10,-: they're buying coins by the, Her pending business: !
I ergency supply, the Federal Reserve From cant 'since beer cans in the past I'basketball player, was spon- ;_
I and all the rest, have branch had declared it 000 of badly-needed coins by' bags instead of rolls. i have been the main weapons of sored by the local ministerial Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-

cause, to_be, grateful. I too out of Then selling new $1 bills for 98 cents. Most basic, of course, is the 'Ga., leader of the Southern senators -
was quarters.
Item: .Miss Adams ,estimatesthat fact that while our populationhas Her Church who blasted the
she asked what the Mint measure
Americans have lived with was
12 billion additional coins been soaring and the demand -
Cuba Peace Walk through 16 days of speechmaking -
to do about it.
this risk for so'long that going
now .1 are needed in circulation now for coins has jumped accordingly in opposition even to takingup

this Easter's comparative freedom I "I didn't quite know what to just to meet current demand, our two mints in LOS ANGELES (A?) A the bill. said his forces prob::;

from imminent disaster tell her," said Miss Adams in double the total' actually. in cir I Philadelphia and Denver are judge hasrwed that Betty ably would be biding their time.:'

nurtures confidence and hope. 'an interview, "for at the moment -culation. I woefully antiquated, simplycannot I Chapman-"the type of whom Aide Due Here next week. .. :.
Item A fantastic demand for coins martyrs were made" may
she called, we didn't have : produce enough
This
'shows
/ up in many waysin attend her But he insisted his had"
never church side
again.
any quarters either!" silver dollars has slashed the even on a 24-hour-day, seven '
the United States-from the Mint's supply of cartwheels :day a week schedule. Both Mrs. Chapman, 41,. was accused -I Bradford Lyttle coordinator Bill Warinner a souhomoreat lost only a skirmish in Thurs

I fairly trivial matter of buying The U. S. today,is in' the midst from 28.5 million at the startof mints were' built at the turn of deliberately singing off i of the QuebectoGuantanamoWalk the University of Florida, day's voting and declared: "We"'

a new hat to the long-range of the most critical coin 1964 to way under 13 million :the century. key, loudly, and making facesat for Peace, will address heads local peace organizationof I shall now ,begin to fight the"'.
planning that industry is doing shortage in history, as this lit the pastor during services at about 30 members. :war." ,
and at this rate of demandthe : What ,can be done about it? members' the University ,of '
I j just now with greater assur- anecdote underlines. "All Mar Vista Both and Russell,
tle Mint will be out of silver The Treasury's hoard of silver nearby Baptist 'I Humphrey
'
ance. the banks for I church. Florida Students for Peace Union Warinner said Lvttle's speechwill agreed there would be votes-
are yelling coins,1 dollars in a matter of weeks. .has already been freed for coin- I no -

Industry' donates huge sums but there just aren't tol (Silver dollars haven't been making by a 1963 law authoriz- Superior Court Judge McIntyre Sunday at the courthouse climax an Easter Sunday I'next week, although the Georgia,,.

: each year to college and university -go around," Miss Adams open- minted since 1935.) Dealers and ing the switch from $1 silver,certificates Faries ruled Thursday that :I square.. peace esville.Departing'.mardi in downtown Gain-I senator said foes of the blip

: programs, and carries on ly admits. "For a long time, collectors are turning in bagsof to gold-backed Federal -"Mrs. Chapman did disturb the i 'might introduce some of their"...
Lyttle's main marching forceis from 18th St. and
we tried not to talk about the church in its worship and activ proposed amendments. '
many of its own. Some of this paper currency, hauling away Reserve notes. At least two '
coin the basis thatit ities. Were she now in the vicinity of Lake 2nd 'Ave. 'at 10:45: 'am., the after the Senate took
aid goes into scientific research, shortage on the silver dollars in station major federal agencies-the Se- permitted to return Shortly '

tl either for general advancementor might cause a run on exist wagons and trucks. Many collectors l cirities & Exchange Commission though she intends well, 'City. They are on their way to'group will walk along University -its second vote Thursday- i...

for handling the problems of ing supplies. We thought of having are looking for rare I and the Federal Trade she would again-;-in the absenceof Cuba "to test the State Depart- Avenue, 5th Avenue North- Rev. Martin Luther King held,

particular industries. Much of a 'piggy bank week' to call cartwheels, but most just wantto Commission reported preparing change in church leadershipand ment's ban on travel to Cuba." west and 6th Street on their a news conference at the Cap --:
route to the courthouse.The .
it goes into educating youth for hoard the silver dollars. massive investigationsinto control-disturb it. tol and announced plans for "dU
k "The facts are sufficient to The task force'numbers about peace group sponsors forums rect action" protests if Southern _'
the new techniques and tasks Why the critical shortage? coin collecting and coin :
23, the march group having been and lectures discussing
that America What be done about it? Bank authorities warrant injunctive relief. senators filibuster against the
a more prosperous can hoarding. are
;: will depend upon. MARKETSCLOSE A key factor is the spectacular -urging banks to clamp down on Earlier, Judge Faries had reduced Alabama from arrests going Cold War issues and alterna.,civil rights bill. t"
and tives.
through Georgia. *
commented "I have He decline dto what form
ad-
'"v upsurge in the number of coin speculators.And great say :
-- -- .
Much also results in the general miration for Mrs. Chapman as the protest might take. .
coin-gobbling vending mach funds finally are being
advancement of the nation's -: an individual. She is the type of FHP Aid Cornell Uiiiv.
ines, laundromats, parking meters appropriated for construction of to In answer to a question, the
,< ( level 'of intelligence and toll houses, etc.-all slow,a new mint in Philadelphia to whom martyrs were made in Negro civil rights leader said]"*

,,j understanding never more No Market reports appear to-, ing down the turnover of coins. I accelerate minting of coins. the days of the early church.'' "at this point I would not s"YI:*
needed than today. Another is the of the coin 'short Mrs. Chapman's problems be- III Auto Accident Study that civil disobedience would'
day, since the New York Stock spread shopping } I Nevertheless
More important perhaps is gan with a disagreement with I II .. .. .. .4"
Exchange and most other stock centers which compete age is critical now and what oecome necessary.Aaamg mat
4 the growing feeling that something and commodity exchanges have with banks as treasure chestsof .I a Treasury official calls "this her pastor' the Rev. Wayne Eu- TALLAHASSEE Col. H. N. pants of recent model passen-1 i I"civil disobedience could become -: -

V really can be done to suspended activities in observ-; coins.A I i damned nonsense of coin collecting" -rich, in 1960. The following year Kirkman, director of the Department -,'ger cars involved in accidents.The [ necessary" to dramatiie .
make this much better and
'j third factor is the is hot The the church obtained a tempo- :the issues he stated he is ,
ance of Good Friday. risinguse a craze. only "first" six-month phaseof an.
t more meaningful to more I of sales .taxes, which add : fundamental solution is an rary, injunction prohibiting her, of Public Safety an- the program will take placein |advocate of nonviolence. "
\ nounced that 1
I beginning April ,
people. and nickels to the increase in coin her husband and daughter from the i When the Senate debate
f pennies enormous pro- ,' Florida Highway Patrol resumes -
This aura: of expectation, even things we buy, and a fourth is,:duction-and that's going to attending services. They had in northwest Florida, the Florida -Troop A, Headquarters in Panama I Monday, the bipartisanbloc

if a bit wistful, stretches be- J. P. Williamson the hot> lunch program, which take y ars been voted out of ,the congregation Highway Patrol will conduct : City, which includes the I supporting the bill plans to
studies of the automobile' accidents
'ond the nation's boundaries.Today's but refused to attend-
,
--- ---- quit
) be' to down 1 1I
!counties of Escambia, Santa : ready lay a complete
with the
in
international debates cooperation
Named ing.Judge Rosa, Oklaloosa, Walton,I case for all 11 titles of the
New' Auto Crash Injury Research
in Geneva between the haves Faries earlier this
Holmes, ,Jackson, Washington, ,,measure.
and the have-nots stress the dif funds 4pproved month refused to issue Project of the Cornell Aeronau-
a .
;. : per- Calhoun, Bay and Gulf. j In Thursday's voting, the Senate
tical Inc. of Cornell
I ference and between Laboratory
sore points Fieltl'sTManager manent injunction against the ,histories first agreed 67 to 17 to take
rich and! poor nations. But out I husband, John, 49,. and daughter -University.This accidents Completed case Florida'of[up the bill formally for debate.

; of the acrimony may come;' University of Florida graduate For AQ. BuildingsIn Connie Ray, 22. He said intensive research'tudy!I ,Patrol including ACIR accident Then, in what was regarded as

,
some attempts to ease the fric- Joseph P. Williamson took there was insufficient evidence is aimed at. helping to make 'reports Highway and ACIR I i the first real test, the Senate=*
I photographs,
tion. And a. few back the they were guilty of misconduct. i'I .
years voted 50 to 34 to kill
over as manager of.J. M. Fields automobiles safer "packages"for medical reports will be coordiInated a move by-
talks couldn't. have been held at Monday., He is" replacing, Tom II The Florida Agricultural a n'd other action at themeeting I The disagreement arose'when drivers and passeng 'rs. by Dr. George McCoy,!'I Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., to.:
I Eurich refused to
all.Many Livestock Fair Committee, in the State Farm Bureau"Build- perform a Director Accident Prevention send the measure to the Judiciary -. !
of America's corpora- Metternick, who is now headingthe wedding ceremony Mrs. Chapman "Special instruction classesfor "
meeting here yesterday, approved -ing 'in G a i in e s ville, the Fair } Division, Florida State Boardof I[ Committee until April 8:
tions with international dealings Winter Park store. $25.000 in state matching Committee cracked down on had arranged for: a boy he our Troopers started March Health. The office of Dr. McCoy Humphrey conceded that tLervote

1 are working along quietly in the After his graduation from the funds for construction of agri- four more fairs,in the state. said was, ,under the age of con- :24, in Panama City," said Kirk- will forward the completed-]I i to table this referral motion -'-

I same direction. Fruits of their UF College of Business Admin- cultural offices and exhibition On recommendation of exec sent.Mrs. man. 'lease to Cornell for I was somewhat bigger than
reports ,analysis -
activities in other lands often Chapman said she i Special forms are used to report !
go istration in 1957, Williamson be- halls in Marion' County. utive secretary Calvin Winter, prefers and statistical interpretation I the bill's supporters had antici
'unnoticed-the of 'not to anoth church. '[ the and extent of
( raising living join
r nature ,
pated. He credited church-
gan working with J. M. Fie Ids the committee agreed' to hold .
standards there, the industrialization I I The committee also receivedthe She said the Mar Vista churchis injuries and the precise causes j j with winning extra
as a department head in the Or- up on the permits of these fairs groups supc'port.
4' and development which lando store. In his seven years'with' application of the Levy until after Winter, makes an her "churchhome." of injuries sustained by occu- The resulting pool of medical: .."

: these nations crave.Mixsoii County Fair Association for'' I and accident data from the ..
the, company, he has also I inspection of the midways this
worked in stores in Largo, An- state matching funds with which year. I ACIR program will help'make Two hundred and fifty miles

i I JoinsBelkLimlsey derson, S. C. and Sparton, S.C.i"I ,to construct permanent I I SEE I Ii it possible to produce statistical :[east of Luna, Peru, lies an
II fair buildings in Williston.The The fairs in question are by. findings that serve as a basis area of the lofty Cordillera Vil-u ,

asked to.come to this store I Marion County agricultural -Greater Jacksonville Fair, t tht.'j for automotive design changes I cabamba, so rugged and inac-;

I because I wanted to come back center, to be located in Seminole County Fair in San-, aimed specifically at reducing,,cessible that it is a geographical -

,Jim Mixson, a native of Mc., to Florida and because there is Ocala, will cost an estimated ford, the Southwest Florida,Fair -4..theSJN the frequency and severity of mystery. There is no town,.

Intosh, has been appointed assistant great potential for the store due $125,000, of which the county in Fort Myers and the Pinellas i- I injury in accidents, said Kirk-I no airfield, no road in thousands..

manager of the Belk--to Gainesville's growth," Willi- will put up $100,000.In County Fair in Largo... man. of square miles. *

amson said. "Gainesville .,
Lindsey Store here. He was cer- Levy County, the Fair I The matter of lifting the pro- '
transferred from the Titusville: tainly has changed since I was site ACCIDENT ROUNDUP and Josephine G. Richardson,
has
Association acquired a bation placed on the Florida
store. ar undergraduate here. for fair buildings in Willistonand State Fair in Tampa last month Involved .in accidents reported -! Auburndale, at W. University Disabled Tanker : ,

Beginning as a store clerk in I Williamson i went to high will have to raise more was not taken up.Commhaioner to Gainesville Police duringthe Avenue and 14th Street at 10:48:

the St. Petersburg Belks store school in Winter Park and then I money to go with the statefunds. ajn. yesterday. I !"
in 1955,' he became assistant: attended in! of Agriculture last 24 hours: I Alton M. Towles Jr., Quincy,
r"i manager of the Cocoa Titus-. Emory University Doyle Conner, who serves as Martha J. Minton, Fort Lau-, Port :
Atlanta. After two years of college -! and,Thomas O. Joiner, 743 SW Limps to i
yule and, now, G a i n e sville! he went into the service: The state legislature for the 'chairman of the Fair Committee derdale, and Jan' H. Lloyd,I 2nd Ten, in the 2600 block of

stores. and served in Korea. He left past two.bienniums has' appro- said that in the event the Richmond Heights, Mo., at SW I N. Main Street at 10:32 a. m.'
$300,000 to use as match- :fairs still 13th Street and 23rd Boulevardat PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP- News
4 I -A graduate Reddick High I the service in 1955 and finished priated placed on probation yesterday. "I port Shipbuilding and

I't\I School, Mixson attended the University his undergraduate work at the ing funds for agricultural fair :were not complying with the 6:40: a.m. today. I Robin M. Thomas v 3941 SW The severed stern of the tanker Dry Dock. Co. :

I of Florida. He served L i buildings. The maximum any new state law regulating gam- Dorothy' Lee House, Alachua, 1st Ave., and DeWitt J. Adams, San Jacinto, wallowing at the The .1

four! years in the Navy. UF.He I lone fair can receive is $25tXX;' ), bling on the midways after Win- and Lynda Marie Rount r e e,I 281F Corny Village in the 1700 end of a tow rope, inched to- identified crewman as Martin who Dotilla died was the

.He lives here with his wife! lives with'his wean d two and that must be matched with)ter's inspection, a hearing wouldbe 2002 NE 8th St., at W. University -block of W. University Avenueat ward port today with 35 crewmen ,

r jj J Sue and their 13 year-old son. children. (I'local funds. a I held in which the fair would Avenue and North South j 7:58 ajn, yesterday. II who spurned rescue 'to stay! San Jacinto's the chief steward. He'
brought ship's papers aboardthe
I Jbe given an opportunity to answer Drive at 4:50: p.m. yesterday: with their ship.
,. "< Fire 'Calls Mobil Pegasus and was a ;
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: I i
'* i" + the chargesWithholdingof I, Seaton, 259 '
); : Floyd Ashley No fires were reported to the Just, after' midnight, the seagoing 'companied by Wilbert N. Beck
.:t."i" f :i' :(:.;: ,:;f i a fair's permitby SW Archer Road, and Samuel -! j jI 1 i ,
1 I jfire department, a department I tug Lambert's Point and,radio officer .. '
the committee could make 1524 NWI I
Johnson,
Vaughn spokesman said.ALACHUA its pitching, yawing charge still i
1 I fairs liable to payment of city, 4th Ave:, at SW 13th Street than 100 miles from The public' information officer-*
were more
county and state'licenses for all and the Archer Road 'at 4:15 their destination, Newport-I of the "Northampton, U. (j.g.--.
GENERAL
concessions and also liable to yesterday.Elmo T. S. Bayer, 25, said the San"
I p.m. HOSPITAL News. 'Their speed *a. thre't'tknots. }
I payment of three per cent state,. Mob I e y, Fitzgerald I Jacinto broke cleanly amidshipi"after
March 25, 1964
1. and'10 per cent federal taxes on Ga. and E. K. O' iein'l the explosion about 40.
- rk BIRTHSNone. But the Coast Guard said the)
% gate admissions. i Island ., : ; miles off the Virginia Coast. 10.*
Rockville Center Long :
San Jacinto's stern .
I t4i fairs .. was riding .-
Agricultural 1
supervisedby
N.Y.:, on SW 13th ,Street near and in
well in six-foot seas was'
- k: the Department, of Agricu1-j ADMITTED "
the University at 1:30 PJIL yes
I ;, A'tune and the State Agriculturaland I : no immediate danger. Barring Salingei'Confident

- 'c .a a Livestock Fair Committee: terday. Mrs. Joanna C/ Boyles, Alfred -{jbad weather, tug and .toVare ..-"
Raymond Alt n Phelps, 1222. .
expected in 'harbor about noon
S. Elease G.
Mrs.
from of L. Lenox
are exempt payment : '
.
Marion
NW 8th Ave, and Aug- -
after obtain Dwight Sf Robinson Saturday.The "
taxes they permits: Lindsey
Jacksonville at
ustav Masters, :
each yea*. ,', Airs. Bessie M. Young; Paul E. American tanker; steam -
NW 3rd Avenue;and 10th Streetat ;
Winter reported briefly on his Peters, st. Anita.H. Teipel, allof I ing south off Chincoteague SAN FRANCISCO (AP-For'-) ;
1:02 p.m. yesterday. i
two day session: with carnival ,Gainesville; Mrs. Stella C. Island in the Atlantic, snapped 'mer'White House Press Secre*"
in Gainesville this Mary -Alice Haltiwanger, Hfflhouse Alachua Mrs. Ber-; in half early W Wednesday when .
operators ; tary Pierre .Salinger predicted!;
2326 SE 11th Ave., and Lewis
week. He said he had wantedthe tie Sue Parker Archer.DISCHARGED. rocked'bY" an explosion as its
!
carnival to sulx Berry, Nelson, .Archer. 'at SW; cargo tank,were being cleaned. :victory last night in his legal;/
operators fight to get on the California
8th Avenue and 8th Street at One died-of natural
crewman -
mit "standards" for games they: Mrs. Margaret B. Parrish. 01- Democratic primary ballot and
4 want to operate at Florida fairs((2:42 pjn. yesterday ilie l Rowe Suzanne Huhik r,; causes, physicians said-on j;rejected a suggestion from his:"*
Atlantic I i
Sam C. Mitchell. the Mobil'Peg33Us.
but that only one game the 'Mrs. Esther S. Jones, Mr. Ver. board a rescue ship, ];opposition that he run as 'a f
Derby was submitted. {tBeach and Linda J.. Carswell,nice E. Brock Edward C Tom- The San Jacinto's ,ra-|write-in candidate. :

Winter said that a list oi"questionable" 3453 NW' 1st Court at W .University -< linson. Mary Elizabeth W. Mur' dio officer also went aboard .the :
Avenue and 5th Terrace Mobil Running as a write in candidate
Pegasus. !
games which phy, Mrs. Ann Schmidt, Rosetta -
the carnival operators contend' at' 1:30 p.m. yesterday. Bivins,Mrs. Anna F. McCal-' Others aboard the tanker I' ; won't: be necessary, said1!

E. 540. NW joined its master, Capt, ,Haiold Salinger, who is seeklngnomi4nationascandidateortheU.S..
have'an element of skill involved : :1 Wpam Hester lum, Mrs. Mary C. Dubose Deborah -

will be .discussed at a meet 21st Lane, Linda Carol Haige, R. Lewis. Robert 'C. An- J. Titus, 39'of Pine,City, N.Y., .

ing fair managers in Gainesville! St. Petersburg, and Bonnie M. derson Mrs. Juanita M. White, in declining an offer'to go Senate1He' added: ,

in May, i Turner: S. Parks, Jacksonville, Ernest B. ADen Mrs. Betty G. aboard the Navy command ship "The court** isn't going to rule'. ;

Cattlemen Banquet Notables '1 in the 700 block of SW 13th:Cranford and daughter. Hoyt Northampton Wednesday. against meSalinger's. :

Some, 19th Century Congressmen Street at 12:38 p.m. yesterday, Haymans, Sr., Mrs. Elanor B. Another tug the Tern, attorneys have petitioned :

: Ralph Cellon Sr., pre3ident of the Florida Cattlemen's Association, shows convinced the earth was| Carolyn Scobey Hinson,. &10 ,Envin and daughter, Miss Doris .1 Veched the still floating bow of the state supreme court fto" ,

I this plaque he received: at last ni ht's Alachua Cattlemen's Banquet to, from hollow, suggested that a Navy"NW 35th SL. hit 'an oak tree W. Delaino. June C. Peck, the San Jaeinto about 9:20 order Republican M. Secretaryof

left, Zack uumncn" president of the sponsoring Lions Club; Commissioner 01 expedition sail, through a proposed I,I tonSW 10th Street and 8thAveinue -(Nannie S. Hood, Thomas O.Thursday night, some 60 miles State Frank Jordan putSahinger's

; Agriculture Doyle Conner. banouet soeakert and Sen. J: Emory, (Red. CrosS. ,entrance, hole ,in.Antarcluca -,! at 1142am. yesterday. JI j jI [Smith,Mrs..Su&ieB, Smithand.Mrs. .{east northeast of Cbincot ague name on the June 2
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E ALLRI5HT.IFWTHAM TWc ($THATCH 'l J
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: DEAR ABBY : 2i Ii' DOESN'T HERE IS CO(1( MAl EEL. tk ) ..A uNE 1)RiYEsNOi
ii AND ?HEN:
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( Wfcal's your rc4km? FAT ate- &H } iNiY.CT1aATNEPNEIN

i. : .ral rtply.> writ t* Abby :3 acsTread t.Ecl 7

Itvtrly Hills Cjlif.. 90212. LightlyAbigail I\

Iacln4 a s.lf-.44ra*.4 stamped. earekse. e. \1

), Abby aMwws all nail. ., 1I
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: daughter. would break his heart she is only child. YOURS MUST BE MADE TuE 1415 LITTLE
DEAR ABBY: I am the mother of a 16-year-old as our O'lTONCOR
> WAYSLiMPTHIN1'VE
bOYf!TELL
.. She is kind, thoughtful and helpful around the house. She WORRIED SICK XTO HIS HiM SOME THEMS :
: wears the key to her diary on a chain around her neck. The DEAR WORRIED: You already know that reading your TRIED IVERYTHIIJ6.1/ JHEARF-, t RIES + WDS. 1AVETIaEM : ..
; : other day she forgot It. I don't know what made me do it, daughter's diary was "unforgivable." I don't recommend that NOT A QUIVER./ y FOR REAL!! .

:- Abby, because I have always trusted her but I did an unforgivable yon ten your daughter. It's apparent that she needs the friendship

thing. I opened her diary and read It. What a shock I of a mature, understanding person in whom she can con qu

; : got! 1 was sick insidf. You would n ver believe the things she fide. Perhaps it's not too late to build that kind of relationshipwith

I i : does outside the house! My problem is, how do I let her know her. Try, and try hard; and if you succeed, she will tell Pu M 1

f I. : that I know these things about her without telling her that I you all about her "goings on" herself. If she doesn't, keep an soCD

1>> : read her diary? Should I tell her dad about her goings on? It eye on her. There will be other clues. d .t

J Jj v Y V MacMurray, Ray Milland. 8:00 CD Outer Limits a

j No. 2 8:30 O Defenden-Drama

1 "An Annapolis Story. "The Hidden Fury." iJ i

j f (1955)) Two brothers, both Crushed by the rejectionshe ". J

f Naval cadets, fall in love feels when her psychiatrist SHUX- WE WUZ PLAYIN
with the same girl John tells her abou I TH LAST TIME I I DONY CHECKERS AN'YOU

Derek, Diana Lynn. his upcoming marriage, WUZ IN VORE HOUSE, REMEMBER CLAIMED I: WUZ
11:31 8 Johnny Carson Anna Leverton murder: SNUFFY YE 100K THAT, CHEA71N' (

.. j 1:00 B Broadway Goes Latin his fiancee'In a jealous A POTSHOT OWE
SATURDAY AT ME
rage. Preston: E. G. Mar
7:00 CD Count Of Monte Cristo
''
I shall. Ken: Robert Reed
O Sunrise Semester
8 Joey Bishop -
7:30 O Sunday School Forum
':00 8 CD Movie
D Comedy Capers "
I FRIDAY EVENING Martin Milner. Buz: 8:00 O Across The Fence (Color) Saturday Nigh I l s.zy
at the Movies: "Wild Riv .r I
1:00 B Best of Grracho George Maharis. (Rerun). O Captain Kangaroo :. s
CD Ramar of the Jungle er, Ella Kazan's 1960 w.z
} O Adventures .hi O At'Issue 8:30 Q Robin Hood movie about the early 1

J''i'i Paradise O CD Bob Hope' I B Popeye and Bozo days of the Tennessee .

5:25 O Moments in Sports, (Q orL Rod Steiger in (color) Valley Authority. Duringthe

5:30 O Newscope "A Slow r s'u'e' to Black,"; ':00 O Supercar Depression, a govern- Tests Is TRACy WAWT570 saE LATER? THEY SHOULD 7 l\f READV 1 -

.$:U CD Local News by Rod Serling. O Alvin ment agent tries to per- GEEMOGI AMID I uzzest: MOON MAID CVEJ AREVOU BE HERE ANY A FOR INSTANT*

1 6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. ':00 O Art And Man. 1:30 Q D (.Color) Ruff and suade a stubborn, 80yearold "401/RE SCNOERFLL. I SAID TO BRINGyelf WEU.SEEYOU tfTDIETSMITH'S../llLCO I CRAZY?! MINUTE. I TAKEOFF
f A O Sunshine Almanac "Amsterdam Travel Reddy woman to sell her landto I'M CRA2Y YOU.ABOUT. HERE. LATER JUNIOR. ALANG.tl TRACY.ITSA

i 6:15 O Channel Five News Diary." Jean Marie Drot O Tennessee Tuxedo the TVA. Kazan, film aaa

B ':30 O News-Walter explores Amsterdam, cultural -: 10:00 8 CD Hector HeathcoteO ing on location in Cleve- t
j I Cronkite center and home oi Quick Draw McGraw land, Tenn., cast towns- >c -

t I O Junior High Science Rembrandt, Vermeer and 10:30 8 CD Fireball XL-S people in speaking roles. pyrCEQ0a

Today Frans Hals. Using excerpts O"Mighty Mouse Music by Kenyon Hopkins: < I

O D News-Huntley. from Claudel), 11:00 8 CD Dennis The MenaceO Montgomery Clift, Lee
Brinkley Proust and Camus' "The Ranger Hal Remick, Jo Van Fleet. B-
11:30 I:. O Phil Silvers 3 sT s9tHEUEUTEMNTwmTs
7:00 O Silent ServiceD Fall, Ed Wegman's narration 8 CD Fury LN y + A.'o .
Death Valley Days explores the moodof O Roy Rogers 10:00 Q Gunsmoke ;
this city while the films 12:00 8D Sergeant Preston 11:00 O Detectives U
O Sing HJ-Sing Lot
CD Glenn Reeves-Music include views of the Anne O Sky King 8 CD News, Sports NH ,
Frank house, a colony of 12:30 KD Builwinkle Weather Q

7:15 B Friendly Giant modem artists at work O Do you Know 11:45, 8 Movie ,.,
7:30 O International and scenes of Amsterdamat 1:00 8 CO Exploring "Home in Indiana." ((1944)A ) I. JEAN IE TANGS IN SURGERY!CROYDtN/ RUPTURED
F" OR.VORGAN THOUGHT YOU'D WANTTOBEHEREIILW.SY000VERTO AN URY5\\,REX/ :
.
Showtime .J
night. O CBS News '
young man comes to the ; i
The Circus From Osaka"taped 9:30 O Twilight Zone-Drama 1:30 O Discovery home 0 of an old horse TO5E YDUCROVOet'uiJillilllllln .:! ,, .. : THE HOSPITAL/wy
in Japan, features 2:00 8 Mr. Wizard breeder who was once 1II. THANKS LIEUTHWNV
O ID That Was the ,1 ...
high-wire bicycleact !
a O Movie runt
quite a success and be- .111 i '/
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Week That WasSatireWith .M
; a "slide for life";; a "The H-Man." to train
gins a colt. Waiter IO 'ii-i:
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''r comic strongman ; possible reopeningof CD American Bandstand ,Brenan, Lon McAllister. .' f'.f' ""' I.S.. ...
trick chimps and elephants the Berlin Wall for 2:30 8 Talk 'N' Talent I ; 'I. "
kabuki dance- Easter, puppeteer Burt =r
r' ; a O MovieWestern"The
3:00 CD Championship .j 1 1I
Tillstrom will the t t
drama high-wire trio, repeat ..
( ; Bowling Gunfighter. ((1950)A ) -o F?'
working without nets; and Is Berlin aroused Wall critical pantomimethat com- 8 Movie: notorious desperadotries III' } ''J ..P/V ? I ) 321 I\ VI'

pole-balancers. Host to his '
"Looking For Trouble. forget bloody If II \ K.
Don Ameche. ment when first performed. 3:30 O Amateur Hour past but there are men ; :' ',i :::...;, '\ ; ::'
;
Parodist Allan Sher- '
O Great Adventure"Go 3:45 O Washington Report out gunning for him. A ..="" '., '.'L'.'
man will sing special material _
1 Down Moses" Is re- 4:00 O Golf Classic Gregory Peck, Helen ,
in the TW3 vein.
i run. Harriet Tubman, a CD Wrestling Wesctcott, Millard Mitchell rill -
pre-Civil War abolitionist, Henry Morgan, Elliott 4:25 8 Washington Report. Jean Parker. II ==, || I|> THERE'S NOTHING 1111 .IT SEEMS SILLY AS LONG As'rCl1RE CRYING,
Reid, Nancy Ames. (Live) THEMATTER-rM TO WASTE HERE ARE THE BILLS FOR MV.
was an escaped slave who. 4:30 B NBC Sports Special 11:55 CD Movies .D A RI.U'G, eoyo.I.RL1t'G 11 .USTSUCWG T ALLT HOSE EASTER
|J became known as tneJ Jj ed Hitchcock 5:00 O Maverick No. 1"Brute- -- fRN AN ONION FOR I NTEARSMR.ARCHEJU OJOTHES,
O Q Jack Parr 'rETR MYSANCWCH ,
Moses of her Between ..t
i.people. Y CD Wilburn Brothers Force. ((1947) L>et.E? e
T, J 1850 and 1860 her 11:110 News, Wethr.. SptL.liNen 5:30 CD Porter Wagoner Abused by a sadistic captain J o :f

work on the "Under- 6:00 O News, Sports ,, a group of convicts
{, ground Railroad" helped CB Local Newt (color) Weather plan a daring prison naI 1 k

.. more than 300 slaves escape -11:25 O Movies CD Sports Roundup break. Burt Lancaster, I
to the North. Script
No.1- 8 Fishing Fun Hume Cronyn Charles
'; by James Bridges. Van "The Gilded Lily." ((1935)) CD News Bickford, Howard Duff. A r -

a Heflin narrates. Every Thursday night in 6 15 8 News, Sports, No. 2"Son -. z :-
CD Destry Bryant Park, a handsome Weather of Dracula. ((1943)At ) -
<8:00 O Jazz Casual young couple sit, he with ':30 O Password their plantation, a 0a des

$:3O O Route 66 his shoes off and she CD Littlest Hobo Southern colonel and his III au _

"First Class Mouliak" A munching popcorn. One 6:45 8 News daughter are entertaining

steelworker's daughter night he proposes to her, 7:00 O Jimmy Strickland the girl's fiance' and a !
: dies violently and his and she refuses because, CD Combat! mysterious gentleman THE THEATER ABOVE DEMANDSDISCIPLINEAND ALL ELSE, YOU AND DtEDEE WILL WORK UP THAT"SCENt'TOGaHflt

best friend's son was with she tells him, she is waiting 8 Circus Boy known as Count Alucard. YOU FAILED TO PREPARE WJ..00011N1'T / 1 DEMAND HAVE YOUR FOR UNE5 NEXT COLD MONDAY.VOUWILL !...AND YOU WILL
.. her when she died. Film- for her "dream man." 7:30 8 Lieutenant Lon Chaney Jr., Louise AN ASSIGNMENT BECAUSE GET ON THE-THE IT A5 A TEACHER! GIVE A PERFORMANCE IN THE IMPERSONAL,
ed in Pittsburgh. Tod: Claudette Colbert, Fred O Jackie Gleason Allbritton. YOU DiDNT. FIND MB5IASALLE. SAME EMOTIONAL / PROFESSIONAL TRADITION...OR YOU
c I COMPATIBLE_ ?. WAVE-LENGTH, NEED NOT RETURN TO MY ClASS!
i iz MR.BACON!

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\ \ WASHINGTON has nol t; it, but there is a top secret report The statistics show it also-if they prejudiced?" I LAREE, PCOR MKS. COL.CAWON/I Y BUT I WILL>1TO VERY WELLMA'AMS / NOWT 3iRL, SAYI F'LLA/
WHAT YEERSHSDo SHALL RIDE BACK NOT DISCUSS M19SPALOMINO WHERE DO WE THAT'S A 000DCET
II been released yet and the Surgeon -,o in the files proving that causes ulcers, heart disease, "We are conducting a study roti SHOULDN T, THE JW61S AMYTMINa THii AIRgCtsrloNI Nov
1' General's office will deny prejudice causes cancer. and liver trouble. of. our own," the spokesman 1 i THINK 1eYFtt HAY6 WTH.YOU... ,, ABOUT WAR WILL CALL PLA,a Tb Do 1 Nth SSE...
I Doctors studied t TO rACS THIS -OR auMOR4Of WHEN WEARS | Ali. TH/5/ ?
14,687 cases said. "It's quite possible that SlDteOPTiiGivoRLO WAR... arADY...
and discovered that prejudiced the people in the government : ,.,
DE NIM BERG
CROSSWORD I I ) PUZZLE ARARA people died earlier than those study may have died anyway.We r f'rr

WOMEN LANATE who were not prejudiced. The have many elderly people : 1 1C
nervous system is apparently who are prejudiced and they 7!
ACROSS t1 t: to a BE L n o w i
affected well the bile and don't to be at
as seem suffering
1.Heraldic 27.Lawa nc u D Fin Ebearings as 'v (
e ti
29.T\plaa E t o E S W A T E R other organs of the body. aU. tiI
6.Hirer boat 32.Old card G A M S S H R E D S The results of the study show "Then you don't think the :w

11.Calif game LOSE B E A M that people who were preju- government should pass any I I
xock&th
12.Queen, 33.I.w 34.Beverage ANT LEER A P T diced on race, color, and relig--, laws against prejudice?" I w

ZUtabethl 36.Hotter PEASE R V e L A R ion had a much shorter life span "Absolutely not. It's up to I Ec.rnl. 1THAT'S
14.Che and 40.Boast s T A v E ERAS E than people who showed no pre I' the individual to decide whether -.I
takeIS.Tunudt 42.Uatchet44.Womaai E 1 T S E ri S E judices. It also indicated that he wants to be prejudiced or --;

I not. This is what the civil Y
who had three rights
prejudicesa
j fjnoH OF yiCTlRDArS PUZZII people 041,
16.Freest
name battle is all about. It is one of LOVES A
day were far more affected WELL
17.Weep 45.Befl2uingi DOWN 6.Brldsh TAT MAN A"o
19.Briide 47.Tipping 1.Space than people who had only one our American rights that we
policeman:
20.Demonstra- 49.Medium* aorrlrjr lug prejudice a day.It are not going to have taken
tore pronoun sized sofa. 2.Aitala 7.ExUt away."
is believed that when the
22.Stain 50.Part of a 3.Argentine 8.Frees "But the big danger of prejudice I
24.Legal cap measure 9.MUMdiae report is released prejudiced according to the report 'd
action 51.Dockers 4.zzplraaoa mammal people all over America will "
we said "is that it M I
can
SY,
25.Balk Pronounces
10.Mother'* protest the findings. They are be
inherited from
zdatiraIS. expected to point out that pre one genera. I
I 3 4S e r l # # .Accaomlatc judice is one of the big industries -tion this is to dangerous another. Don't" you think a I 0 .y
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no In the United States; and I r
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"It's one' of the prices we
1 23.Psyche the report could: cause unem- have sru /ft
to pay for enjoying
If IS pre. II
26.Craft ployment' and great financial judice. Heck life wouldn't be
28.Dlatarb -
ii n It a aoa loss to the economy. worth living if you didn't hate I -

z- u U IfIZS 29.Pulpits Prejudice gives people pleasure someone." I ,s MEANWHILE.AT THE HOSPITAL..,
SO.Pan of tie and anything that gives It is expected that when the MO'.I MUST SEE HIM NOW/
ISA POE5NT REMEMBKWING IWM5 SICIIf. PLEASE MUST J HEU SEE fCU WHEW PONT YOB t BNPERSTANP..IT5
z. IZ7 l' eye people pleasure should not be report is released there win be 5,44EM
SHOTTH66UM KNOW TALK WITH f HE MAKES ROUNDS VERY IMPORTANT THAT
31.Browns outlawed, the opponents of the an educational program to make MOl HLLEP HK THAT... PR.WILE*.' LA TDMOBCOW. U5M.M .'
U 3* 31 if.: U )1''l 'lh bread tJ..'
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report say. people give prejudice.
'l"'h // /fi 32.Re i1u3LPdaxcs up
IJ. ".. V 39Pv "You can't outlaw prejudiceby A doctor who has been fighting ll

car.seaaoataj law," a spokesman for the prejudice for years toM us, ,
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;" f/ I 43 4f aced r'TT
38.Haolam prejudice industry told us "Of course, we don't expect 4 .

140$ 44 41 48 S9.Vestibule when we discussed the report people to give up an their prejudices ,

41.Obtains with him. AU we ask is for those
49 IS't 43. Roof who wish ,:a = :
edge "But this is not only a moral to continue to do it in ,
- 46.Pipe fining moderation. I don't think thereis =
t:' : : ) il 4*.Dickens' question but a matter of =
'anything wrong in being pre- i
character health, we said. "Don't you I 0
KM 26 des ** *'.*"..*.'. 3-1 judiced about the weather"or ::;) M MI:

think people should be warned your boss or your in-laws. But .-:. [ + I

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.- : -- ; 35 Houses .. for Ser e 35 Houses for s.I. .
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0 35 Houses for' Sale 35 Houses for Sal
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: '!: DialCLASSIFIED WANT-AD RATES DYLWILD fenced back, $1X500. 3.Acr AND'lots.4 'Bedroom Go out NW homes.14th Avenue On OVER 1.400 Ft. plus carport and NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms t

,) I : .. hardwood floors. 'to 43rd St. Intersection turn porch. 3 BR. and study. l- baths c e n t r al heat. C.C.B.
right go approximately 1 mile In Built-in kite hen. Save S1400.
St. FR 2-3001 bath attic fan built dr--,
BRICK see sign an left. Call for .P OInfmenL FR 4-4774
and galore Mx40
372-8441 vanity storage >
: PH. NEED SPACE? 3 T. D. ZETROUER, BUILDERFR Convenient to Metcalf or FR 2-3824.
i plenty of 43848.DUPLEX. Bishop Parochial Schools. MO
jf f' ; : Things for :, borhood. 2626 p oak floors Mo. V.A. 4'!4 percent FR 4-2775. ST. AUGUSTINE
'" .PILFR2-092. with built
rear screened Neat and Clean-Dial 3-2511 to see BEACHBrand
I Classified Only'DEADLINES FOR Sal or converted into this 3 bedroom horn In beautiful new duplex opposite
home located In
patio for priv Idyhvikf on large lot with marker No. 44 on the Inter
Estates. On city large bedroom ,2 2 story duplex NEAR THE UNI- fenced back yard. Located be- coastal Canal atCRESENT
f 376.4672Announcements St 2 Ig. bath upstairs and VERSITY on corner lot. 2 bed- tween University and new Country BEACH

Rm. It living Into dIll and rooms In each apartment. Kitchen Club. Hardwood floors with completely furnished. 60 ft. pier
: Central heat or play room as equipment Includ d. ONLY some carpeting, Florida room large lot. many extras. Writ
It Tues. thru FrL papers-5 p.m. Day before publicationFor cluding GE NEW Inside $2,100 DOWN separate workshop and storage for details and photos. Price reduced -
ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 -m. Sat. -yards walk to and landscap room. Priced "at S1 ,ooo. for quick sale. .
For ads to go In' Mon. peper 1 p.m. Sat. U of F d we wonder if FHA WESTWOOO Lovely 3 bedroom, JOHN A. HART
I 22700. Down a mistake when 2 bath masonry home with family Extra Special. To see Is to believe Realtor .,
f II IILOST (Minimum ad 4 lines) Immediate ) property at on room. central heating system that this modern home exists 'in Granada .. King St.
1027 NW 40th lust SI,000. down built-in oven and range, our community. Close ,to University St. Augustine. Florida
FAMILY RATES Brothers 372-9545 costs You utility room carport and spacious and outside city limits. VA 4-2927
636 NE 10th lot. Designed and I built for the fun
1llnsertion night. corner NO QUALIFY. '
3 LOST tr FOUND I ..... .. 34c lint idea of the value .INC NEe E SSARYI OWNER loving family wtth enclosed pool 3 BR. 1 bath, 3 blocks Little-
.
Insertions Be line GLADYS 4-2472 for an ca- WANTS AN OFFERI and outdoor grilL Drapes. carpeting wood schooL: Stove refrig. car
SIAMESE CAT light, dark Insertions .. "c line see Inside (it looks and bar stools Included. .putS000owrt$83 mo. No ..
tail & ears female. Child -sertlons ... 14c line Newberry Road: $300 DOWN AND US. PER MONTHwill Excellent financing available. closing cost. $12400 total. FR
o heartbroken. Call Pinewood: Weseman-Realtor this attractive 3 bedroom 1-4040 S3* NW 34tn Terr. '>
Total computed by multiplying total lines X rat earned complete In buy -
charge
Nursery School or 2224 NE 4th lent construction. Main St. masonry home with tile Dial FR 2-2511 to see this 3 bedroom
Tar,. x number of Insertions. many trees and bath oak floors, carport, utility 2 bath home In desirableN.E. .A. HOME for Florida. Lg. open
with walnut
I male Radish brown dachshund bedrooms two TIME room and fenced backyard. toc.tiolon extra large lot. living cling bul"area""-,' planters, 24 pan ft.
Named Fritz. Gainesville License I large Florida NO RED TAPEI JUST MA K E Included are buDt-in range and sliding. glass doors opening onto -

No 154*. Phone FR 4-2047 i Five letter words per line living room with DOWN PAYMENT AND MOVE 2 oven. dishwasher air conditioner.disposal FHA and enclosed covered patio. 3 BR,
INI room
RIGHT
built-in
4 PcrMfulixtel Service II floors.plate 2V*" well. : .home Fla. complete nru re- financed and ready to go. ,..bin 2* baths and heating central eat-in air-condition-' kitchen

Sam S line reduced file dishwasher
as with built-in stove
8 Pt. ordinary type SELL. Call floors. Ideal lo JOHN DAN BYRD f and -Disposal. Close to schools.
excellent value at
LEARN TO DRIVE Special at- II pointment to see $22.000.-,22 NW 36th Terrace.
Sam 3 lines gain in a home. SSM down .Includ ASSOCIATES Week after S. FR 6-494S.
tentlon to nervous or eMerty. 1pi. a* MERRILL days
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2-7002. Uc. b'l1I.t. of Fla. IIICIt Acres: INC }
I. Semi as4 lines built to last. INC. REALTORMULTIPLE Jack, DeYot -, Broker
You IN GAINESVILLE. ITS i 18 tails. Easy to Associates: -i .
rt.ordinary type & 15th St. 373-1551. I
GDI'S PHARMACY I Large living LISTING Walter r1sEs. E. Holloway
114 Central Plaza I and overlooking house for sale. Phone :372-1494 WHAT'SBACK ::
(next to Wlnn-Dlxie) den. Be. u t i like S500 equity ASSOCIATESMARCELLA FR 2-2511 *25 NW-13th Street

For prescriptions t cosmetic ; 24 D4it.- Semi q > "nestyp breakfast room. payments. Call FR ,PARDIW. _: Member MtiltInis.z.istlf, yMcCOY'.S 1 1I

I' I.O.L. DRUGSTORE I Ij ordinary Good large bedrooms financing H. BUCKHANNAMFORDYCE '

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6 SPECIAL NOTICES this 4nodem or 2 BR.. bath. I I .

: I Th Gainesville Sun will not be responsible .for more than en* .372-5393 for an section.home 1730 on NW Ifl elkf the
DRIVER wanted to drive couple to incorrect insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement 4-217. : t ;u
SPECIAL-
Chicago or Minneapolis April lit. GLADYS SM A SMALL POND
I to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied -
Wm. Well FR 2-7440. 1214 SW by the l Item to the advertisement. No adlwtrnent wills MULTIPLE affords the perfect view for this
bath panelled LR.
2nd Ave., Apt. 2?. j' mad on errors that do not materially. effect the value of ASSOCIATES: garage. HW charming 3 bedroom home In I SMALL OFFICE ILDG.FOI' I GROWINGDEMAND

DUE to divorce, I have a new file advertisement. Ben Griffin fenced corner lot. the northwest section of Gaines Slle. size 2U33. Hu to
I 1)44 model Zig Zag automatic I Caroline Noyes I Foster. S1450Q. ville. Large living room with formal be moved from present loci
kitchen
University spacious
228 W. fireplace.
sewing machine that does every 2-M51. Floridaroom I tion. Can be used as small
thing. We would like someone The Gainesville Sun reserve th* privilege of revising or re- dining room. borne. Price $4250.00 CaD Gerald -
and studio. Do plan to see
to take up payments of S5 lectlng any advertisement which It deems oblecttonal and to OWNER spacious this home by consulting I or V. Q. McCoy. FR
per mo. Ph. 374-1075. change the classification of any advertisement .from that Fla. Rm.. close FORDYCE It ASSOCIATES/INS. 436! Office corner N. M a1D
dared to conform to the policy of the paper. Estates. 824- Blvd.Shadow .
I WILL not be responsible for "I l. down payment. 374-1234. I and 23rd for
any debts Incurred by anyone .
r Terr. Phone 372- -- ----
ether than myself after this 22nd STREET I
date. March 27. ,*"' Walter N.W.. 4 BEDROOM. 2 .bath home
Seldenstucker located In the J.' 'J. Finley Lawn Estates :
12 Ml Help Wanted 34 Waterfront Property School area Interesting kitchen Custom-built borne that took BUTLERBROSe

S Ba:.y Sitters. Child Car separate dining room. pan- custom-built. If you are tiredof
I No- WANTED young or middle-aged I nney clad living room end den all borne with that iub- Longer man. Mechanically Inclined to WINFRED H. CRAWFORD centrally heated and air condit ibis took see

.I TINY TOT maintain fleet of golf carts. Reg. Broker, specallzlng I In ioned. Consult FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES F. D. o Ii.,.,. BIdr.Ph.FZ24a61 .
also care for members' ,clubs. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE INC, 376.1236.YOUNG'
PLAY SCHOOL: Call Bill Etherldge\ FR 2-061 AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. 2 bedrooms 1 I West cc NW IItIt Ave. vast
h Visit for Interview. GR 3291.BEAUTIFUL. EXECUTIVESwill I the Glee Springs tatersea HOMES?
[ us and see for yourself. block horn with
24 SE lth St. FR 4-7M. SPORTS CAR enthusiast for full porch. Northwest : 1 appreciate the value In this tUa. See alga e* left., .
time sales work on BMC. line lot on the Suwannee down and $45 lovely' home. Center hallwayand
PLANNED prooram awaits your of sedans and sports cars. Call River at Rock Bluff.. Call 376- price $9,000.HARD. a beautiful plan accentuates -
pre-school youngster at JACK M. A. Baldwin 'JS83 160. this delightful home. Living IItItI03'"tffiff03It6ffflflttffBt9 1\1\ Locationand
1 & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL room with fireplace, light and

Music programs educational 13-Help Male or Female fORDYCETHIS airy Florida room large bed- Norwood
film-strips. 7:45-5.15 Mon.-FrL; 2 bedroom horn with 144" level with rooms and excellent storage are
Split >>
: r 1331 SW. 13th St. FR 4-300. lake frontage Is the only one of 'R. 1 bath home In only' some of the many features.
Exp. secretaries and $93.52 a
salary openC'sIIlerhost"l Its kind. Spacious kitchen dinIng area. Has living Consult FORDYCE 8. ASSOCI.
rl DAY car for children In my home. White ,' attractive 825 wk. room combination. Florida cludes fireplace din I n g ATES INC. 31-1236. Hope"H"
houseiceeper Three bedrooms
l NW section. All day or Vi day. room attractive living room porch. All this QualityWhtn
Big yard playground equipment.FR Bookkeeper salary' open& all centrally heated and air condltion.d. and an easy. payment of $40000 REDWOOD lne- ..
Exp. Waltres, salary comm.
2-f741.
t .
Exp. mechanics Consult. charges of only shutters and a modern touch.

DAY CARE for Infants In my Store trainee, hi schl. grid. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC Includes taxeS and S13500 per month Including tax- We Trade Homesor It Comes To
home. NW section. All day or Off. trainee hi schL grad. 374-1234 9 bedroom 2 quickly Call Fro es and Insurance will purchasethis
one half day. Competent mother. Tree surgeon foreman 82' hr home with brick home after a low down PropertyThe LOCATION
Need Beautiful home. 31 -1"'. Auto salesman Exp. FOR SALE have a few lots left terrace. payment. Built-in oven and surface
Short on Beautiful Lake Santa unit In kitchen and
order grill man Fe. many
I LADY desires baby-sitting In her Large built-in .. -. &
Insurance trainee 8100 wk. Don't miss getting the fines extra features. ------------ -- ---- ---- QUALITYWe
home from M ft.* 10 p.m. Route salesman. Levy Co. property in this neck of the heat. Situated three bed-
Reasonable rates, eall FR CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. woods. Priced reasonable. G. scaped lot on HOME following are ready for
4-007. 120 SE 1st Ave. P. Rippey Melrose. GR 5-5571 $19,000. Spacious living I FORDYCEASSOCIATES. occupancy. Have Only
I room- Fire-
Phone 3744234
COMPETENT mother will care CLEARED. fenced 90x200 lot on room- Central 3707 NW 2lit PI.
THE CREAM
. for children. Days or after SODA fountain man or woman clear sand bottom lake 25 fully equipped- INC. 4 BR, 2. bath, (800 dn. 1107
school. Reasonable. In my for evening shift. Apply CollegeInn. Wall -Corner lot 182
miles from town. $1,000 cash. to wall REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS .
home. tot S. E. lit Ave. FR 4- 1728 W. Unlv. Ave. No Phone 374-2342. living and dining &, Good financ MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS per.mo.

-4411. phone calls.16Work. kitchen with 23417. Grace S. Fordyce Mary MoellerE.
1021 NW 40th Dr.
LAKE
WILL keep ore-school In WINNOTT 2 Bedrooms, full dishwasher, W. Moeller Harvey Benton 3 I R, 1 IWJO
ngcIri Wanted Female mod. bath. year-round cottage Beautiful bath MOO dn.
my home for mother. oven. 926 West University Avenue
210 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 374-ttll. for sale or lease by owner der 40000. 374-1234 per mOo
EXPERIENCED Medical Technician Terms. GR 5-2242 Melrose., listed an attractive
RELIABLE sitter wishes to care desires position with private home with Fla. 1442 NC 16th PI.
for Infants or small children In practicing doctor or' labo 4 BEDROOM 2Vh bath lake home much desired and 3 BR. Ito bath, 8400 down.
I her home. Reasonable call FR ratory. Phone 6-2741. 6 ml. from courthouse center area. Within 3 or WATCH FOR 11 per mo.
> 4-3M7. fireplace In 26' square living the School and the IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
I WILL care for aged or III In your room. Privet channel and turn REALTY Beautiful 4527 & 4617 SC 1st PI.
WILL car for ,children In my =
? home. Experienced. Call FR around. Utmost In beauty and 2 window A-C's -
horn five days a week. 81 per. 44844. tranquility. FR 2-5619. Multiple Deluxe gas range Cooperative apartments to 4518 & 4608 SI 2nd PI.
week. 311 SE 48th .St. 121* W. Unlv. ,. Large Kitchen be built In Gainesville. For 3 BR 1 bath (500 dn. Ml

18 Schools tr Instructions LAKE house completely furnishedon Jane Associates. : In L. R. and Din- Information call FR -2921 per mOo PALM VIEW
Caldwell
Lake Hutchlnson. White sand
bottom lake & .nice whit beach. Jim Sheppard before should you see this buy or write> 218 SE 39th St. ESTATES
: : Or Use Employment'II Best buy around. $10,000. Financing Charlie Mayo l., priced. Don't P. O. Box 13956
I 1{ REAL ESTATE by owner, $1.500 down.: I BY OWNER. 23617., Gainesville Fla. 3 BR, 1 bath S350 down $47 NW 39th Ten. 6-

EXAM I Balance at 4%. Phone FR home at 1405 University Park per mo. : NW 16th Ave.
'MALI" HELP WANTED II 4416 after t. p-m, or on '2.1 Fenced In -
303 & 313 SE 38th St
COURSE ends. 0 beat. Available 3121441'a Virginia Power $16,000 to $20,950
ATTEND FIRST LESSON down, no H. J. Wiltshire Aprs. 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
{ BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS FREE HOWELL'S BUSINESS ONCE IN A LIFETIME. Lakefront mo. Phone Butterworth 3 BR, 1 bam S500 dn. 144
Earn up to t5 per hour demonstrating COLLEGE 21* W. Univ. Ave. FR living at Its best. Three I per mo.
famous Studio Girl 4-3507 372-3727. bedroom ,sturdy frame construe 113 .W 25th St. to build ana would
Cosmetics. FUll or Part Time. ted horn Rubber.tile floors on BR den built home by ex
Phone 374-4334 after 4. LEARN EARN huge W X 200 lot on the beautiful down sao mo. that have MCCOY'SMacama. FERNWOOD

J 1 1r Secretarial courses, speedwritlng shore of Little Lake Kerr Buyer. 3727149.ANGLEW000 discuss plans with The following-are under co*. T MANOR:
shorthand. Classes now formingHowell's lust off U. "$. 1*. Deep well, ask for Gene Homes, 'structnn and- will be ready
SHORT OP CASH?. Business College 218 purest drinking water. PLUS these by We have available for soon. NW 39th St. 6-
W. Unlv Ave. extras-property fenced. furnlsl: bath. Price $ to choose from. Inc.For occupancy
WORK mornings or afternoons In ed.' beautiful lake view beach. Call 3722727. can be ex- 13th PI.
your neighborhood s e r vlng 22 Special Service boat Douse giant-100 dock carport right In your own Sale very attractive 2- 3225 NW 29th Ave.
Avon customer ."Housewives utility house and a million BY OWNER In I appointment call. bedroom. 1-bath !tom.. 48,17 I BR. 2 bath, tUO dn. $112 $12,250 to $16,000
preferred. No experience neces dollars worth of healthy outdoor tocrt.ooIS : JAMES CO. E. University At''.; wsDUufdistance per mo.
sary. Call JMn. turns Fa 24421. LIKE NEWT; -mars what you*! living all for' the small sum of 10 I Inc. to Lake ForestScbooU.
say about clothes cleaned a, $40000 cash. First come. Jim Health Center KIngSberry Home Price 112500. $300 3224 NW 29th AY*.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 ,miss this hosp. CCB. 3 down and $7950 per month.
Don't eopor
served. nltes 272-7401. 1 BR, 2 bath I7JO dn. $102
Opening* available at hr. service; tree pickup and funNy of a IHttlme. Call 429-S484 hardwood Can Gerald or V. Q. McCoy moIU' WESTMORLAND
Sperry. Typing and dictation delivery AIR-WAY costs' less; Ocala or writ to Lake House, porch: carport I,. Day FR C-7290. sIghts FR5015. per
kills necessary. Starting salary I 202 S.E. 14 h St FR 5-5143. Box 1030 Ocala or better ye $19,000. Phone FREE $- Office. comer N. Main ESTATES
based en experience. Submit resume NW 29th At'..
In md 23rd Blvd No. 2
visit this heavenly spot personall Addition
'\ In confidence. or telephone 27 Ftttf fr FirtilixtrDXY March 2* and NW SECTION MEMBERSHIP 3 BR, 2 bath $700 dn. $tt
day Sunday
371-0411. Ext. 221 for and 4 Carol Estates Recre per me. NW 39th Dr. 6-
Watch for pleplate signs
EQUAL OPPOR. April 5. home. City
appointment. all new Hugh Ed-
EMPLOYER. lust off 1*. Excellent hurting sewers. Shown NW 8th Ave.
TUNITY .00 HOMES 3301 & 3311
: FERTILIZER per fishing, boating right In heart of Phone FR -
EARN up ,to '$50 a wee*. Full or yard. $t25Per 54*. Phone 374SS55 Ocala" National Forest. EDWARDSInc. lullt to yojr plans and sped- NW 30th At'.. $20,000 to $30,000All
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part-time. No soliciting or collectIng FOR SALE BY ications. Built anywhere In 4 BR. 2 bath. usa k I Sell Fast ,-.car neccessary. Call FR 4- family living Alachua County.TOMMY per mo.
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nAIl---., 29 Landscapinf-Top-Soil, 35 House for Sole designedIome.room. separate RIDGELL

''I I Ii 12 MoU _Nil.. W* tJ AMARYLLIS bulbs Imported I Carpeted built in FJa. In Idylewllde 2 BUILDERSCall 9 3236 NW 30th& 3224 Av. City Services
Dutch & Hybrids all types. White NO qualifying FHA financing.
BR, 2 full tile ..
tile bath, fam-
WANTED SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE S. colors. 3923 NW 15tll.St. BR.. 2 baths low down payment. on Shady lot FR 24125E. 3 BR. 2 bath, $400 dn. $84
Call 372-8001
I with ,'T. Inspect &' repair 300 NE 12th'St. 372-450. Club elem. after per mo.

postage'meter machines a. 30 PETS fir SUPPLIES ter & Univ. Monthly Payment
equipment for PITNEY 3330 & 3320
i mailing BOWES INC. Worlds largest HAZEL HEIGHTSSee _3722371 for .p 3 BR.. 2 From $74.38

manufacturer'* of this equip GERMAN shepherd ACK regis- our 4-bedroom and S-bed- OPEN HOUSE. heat central air C. "CURLY"KUEHN NW 30th Ave.
ment. We will train' a youngman I tered. 22 mo*. old. Mrs. Barnes roomh 2-bath CCB homes with Cherokee 19000. Call 3 B R. 1 bath SMO dn, $77.50
with mechanical ability Call Man.nor Tues. 372-54l. built-in electric stove and oven. gineered by JR. I per mo.

Person that meet this requirement. GERMAN shepherd pups. AKC Central heat. city utilities. Homes In a REAL buy? See Homes, Let*. Income Business .
Permanent position with periodical registered. Bred for Temper Wired for television and tel. veneer BR 2, 2 bath Place. 3 BR 2 and take Property. Min. Down FHA
salary increase while train- ment and Quality. See at 350 phone. Large yards complete car playroom separate Farm and Acreafe.
Ing. Paid vacation. holidays e. N. W. 18th Terr. or Phone FR grassed. Hazel Heights Is In sam Dr. double enclosed E.: C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.S3 FOR RENT Nothing Down VA
Phone
m- C21.
retirement l. other,*",111. Position 4-2380. the limits. Equipped with kitchen carpet N. MAIN ST.
for Gainesville I ...eI'Ti close to bus sto .
Is open NEW 3 Included, wooded FR -2032 Broker FR MS44 124 SI 7th St.
surrounding territories. Must have AMERICA'S most wanted dogs low down payment. convene 8450 down $ Financing can be
car. Traveling...... paid must mlnature Schnauzer puppies. tional loan Located on Northwest 3 BR 1 Bath
1 to have at least high school ed. _AKC registered 3727601. 3*m AV'b. West of 13th Day 45-2441 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. SALES OFFICE
& qualifica St. appointment,
Write stating age HOUSES FOR W.
tions. This Is no part-time |lob. 33 LOTS FOR SALE phone FR 2-3824. Bath central FOR SALE NEW HOME NW 39th Terr. 6-

PITNEY-BOWES INC, 2f6I W. bull- place. NW NW 16th Ave.
Bay Station Jicksonvilli.COLORED 3 BR. CCB house paved 9. 815,900. No Down Payment ALL OUR HOMES ARE "
FOR SALE 1 acre land. Rainbow In oven. nice neighborh 0 0 d.
CHEAPER OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Tel. FR 2.9545 or
1621
for
WAITERS Lakes Estates selling $500 down i> $80 mo.
PersonWANT 1-bath, SE 3 bedrooms. 2 tile baths, central SEEING ANYTIME IP
12,495. Will I sell for $2,000 cashor SE 25th Ave. FR 2-1901. Nights and Holidays
Payments $45 heat. General Elec. kit- YOU WILL JUST CALL.
preferred S900 and take over pay u distance of fI
MEN with working experience conditions excellent ments. Phone 372-4445. SALE: Neat clean 2 BR tram 2-BR t-bath SE ,Pleasant: three bed chen. Payments 1115 per mo. 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR FR 6-9048
good
\ home In Mlcanopy. Large wooded $4J per mo. 4-5301 or FR 6-799 I ,"-
client! Apply Carman- I In Immaculate '
And also' some FR 2-9569
200 ACRES Of wood land on Santa lot. 840 down 160 monthly.Call
: ....'.. 706 W. Univ. Ave. No Fe River. 20 miles north of evenings 374-3485. Can FR 4-7444. with 12V acres. $22,. I
phone calls.SALESMAN owners_ will carry --
121. Ruth
Gainesville on St. RI.
3 BR. 2V4 .
wanted: Attractive FOR only $450 down 91.27 per mongage. '
Cason
Worthlngton. room Ig. for this\ lovely.
month payments. you can qualify
salesman
to Insurance
4 proposition, or real estate salesman. 4 NICE lots connecting on NW for 4 BR 2 bath home, 1804 ,.,ag.. central two bath horn -
38th Terr. Will paint Inside Lot beautifully section. Large famI- \ C
for 39th Ave.. |lust 2 blocks off 39tll NW -
appointment.
Call 374-3507
.. NW 12th Ave. lot ,
Ave. 52 x 150. Bargain price. & outside completely. For app beautiful and 0
ROUTE MAN. for established Phone ....*. to see call 372-0481. appointment. street. are lust some Iff.

city rout. Experience desir features.
able but not necessary. Transportation Comfortable mod
f urn I shed. Hendrix IN THE three bedroom
Furniture Co. lake home. Just ;
ADS. .
FUN to $18,00000 now tter"i. :
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical and ready for your
condition 21 to 35. Married It.'''. -
must be bondable High school SEEN RIDGEWOOD?
education preferred. Apply. 204 new subdivision ES: OOO

SWSthSt. of Westwood School :
lovely lots. all Im O -
ROUTE! salesman tor established at r8nfel \ f .
route. N* erfeftce. Will .. .
\train. Familiar with\ Ocala fc rt'lit 1WJt -

surroundings. Salary fc comm. KIRKPATRICKRealtor %ll .. I. #fl. .<, i
Apply at 131* S. Main St. 5:00P. .. : ; ,, -
S : :. 'i..ti qt
M. H .:. P.M.
of Multiple Listing" 1\1 :
4 ROUTE mm for established NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA St. Phone 372-8404 lt.lpIYOur _
route. 21 to 35 yrs. Mast : 'ort ::..;;;;.- .; i"r \ '' 4

\ be married. Apply 1847 S..Mam : Irene Burmell .--, ..Ou.' I .
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5.--' y
American Bakery Co. Reece USN. Ret. 3"
OATS fr MOTORS .. S' it. ;....--- -.2
LINES MARRIED man 595 25-33 for corn- OATS fr MOTORS, OUTDOOR near schools 3 1'o : ; ::
ance clebit., Exper- WHO WOULD LIKE THE /Wn 2 bath, central heat, -"':>-'-' '*
-" ?': :t. t"L HUNTER 'Fishing" I 904 N.E. 20th Ave. .'
Fiberglass.
P R I CE, 3 bed k -
can II. J Boat Introduced by FRANK 15 Aluminum Lone Star Commander -. -- .
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Boat. Combined with a From $ screen porch fire Irt''j- ; "
__ MAN 23-25 College degree. PHILPOTT .
YOUNG down and 64.9 per ..
Immediate p p I 14- HUNTER Boatrs." S2 S.Ofl Barrentlne Trailer and 18 H.P. AM-FM I I ;., : '. ::
PERSONNEL ..JrR.A 182 N. 14 MURRAY Tilt Trailer, J142.95 Used) Johnson outboard motor. Black's .
(Fully guaranteed). Tak Npric 22* W. Univ. I HOME conven .- -
43 HP motor
W. 2nd Ave. 3724377. EVINRUDE II ; c. ;
central heat 2 bed- ::
1o .... $32500 *. $629.BAIRD'S. month. -. f '., :. ...
needed. 2 for itill.bt": $47 per -
SALESMEN good men Total ....- S742.M 24" -
beverage rout*. ago 25-50. Salary SPORTS CENTER S P e MARINE CENTER Hood-Spit -- '
plus amm........ WrIte P. 0. Box .' v7i Ml S. Main FR 2-8531 REALTY : "Variety: and quoRr'are'stressedlnall -.

DAYS 322 GainesvilleX,, 133 14" MURRAY HUNTER TUt oaY"r"Trailer: : s293.Oi$4MS __ Goodyear A TES ; -' Highland Court. Manor homes .

EXPERIENCED meat-cutter want- 42 EVINRUDE U H.P. motor 12 Plywood fishing. .boats. 721 N. Mutti*** .Listing" -- by KirkpatriclC&'Persori.! That's

ed. Apply at Food Fair 13* NW ...... S225JM ...so *, .rotor \rfty chance art tlter.'s on
23rd BlVd.WATCHMAKER. SPORT CENTER SPECIAL THE TACKle BOX *, Associate .- H.C.M"honwfor; -'
( WANTED $55.00 "Th* Heart Of East Gainesville"Check FLYING *tPtiono 374-141 1.zu&1 w.
51 JYS From 20 sensibly-designed
over
with Chart .'
EASY CENTRAL
OR .
tar rigM TERMS ,
EXCELLENT position .
c- -
2-179U models choose the bedroom-
FR
man. Position to be open April CHARGE ; :ydu'
ONLYtpoclal
If wont II '
4. Contact Mr. Hester FR 6- FRANK PH1LPOTT'SSPORTS ford you Utti bath combination that just right

5446. CENTER BOAT ACCESSORIESTOPS oil Inquire ;. for your family and your pocket- -I.
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CAREER opportunity wtth national "Where Quality Sell Itself to limited --r Sf.,""_'_" ""04 book. (One ,of the nicest things
$2 .,..nJut1on. Young man 20 N.W. 14th Ave. Instructions is that the monthly payment
21 to 35. Ambitious and willingto FR 25011 or FR 4-483 AND SIDE CURTAINS pjn. Friday, ; LOCATIONS thon ,
Salary and commis. Sat. M ;,. probably will ber more .
work. Mon. Thru FrL 5-4 p.m. Custom mad t* fit your boat March 27th '"
sion. Stock Purchase plan for -p.m. L&SAII9STrtIn Ave.. "" AVE. your present rent*. .. -
Vs A. tat S25JM ,
permanent car *,nd ep1YC toads furnished.5 1ft- 14 Plywood Artwood Boat try M N.W. SlIt Ave. FR 2441. tlm at your ..* AVE. Why not inspect out selection of --
party
Retirement Md trot* bonetits. II for fishing comfort W' Bottom Vi A. lot !B3J09: : models today'? No obligation, of .

No experience required. and H- Side With 14 H.P. List fill a. : PLACe -. ': course :.:
Wo train yw. Opportunity for New cott outboard motor. TakeBAIIUYS SWIMMING POOLSen tram BL $19,180 ; '
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advancement to the' right man. It prC* $55*. ... ; ,- '
Apply Stager Cw 216 W. Univ. MARINE aNTERMain Skiing $ A. lot "'.751 J'o: se From A Wide Selection Beautifully -

Ave. 24531.IS RELAX Fishing m TMJL .;
401 L St. FR Items.Golfing lot S1SJM -
Safety <
S 1 flatchargelervtce Foot Aluminum Csmmenle' )., I clean and healthy pooL th AVB. :' Designed Models from $12,500 to $17,250 J

FURNITURE boat. For fresh or salt water Master Pool Service Inc.SupplIeS Tennis 817JW I ::
for lioncommercial 1* H.P. Cl'sedJ Jo** Ou*- Monthly cleaning Baseball E INSIDE ;

UPHOLSTERYFor her Motor.CAIRO'S service. .Where t* I V ITv : ;

men..only. call top ouallty workmanship 431 S Main MARINE S'. CENTER R 2-831 FR 25343 MOM 23171 II I I PIuS many KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON '

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372-6142 :
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GAINESVILLE MERCHANT: To place your -
itl $f.'Ph. 372-4351 '

I UPHOUTWY1MB .... UNI ff. ." Br5f "rant'' Safe Office -' NE 23rd 1(... fir 11th rrece-Phon. 37M471

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45 Furnished Apta. 45 Furnished Apts. 48 Houses for' Rent Datura. 49 Rooms for Rent 61 Wanted to Buy 65 Antiques
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 37 Real Estate Exchanged ,
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.. 2 SM. furnished apts. air condi- WANT to buy U.S. I foreign
SIDE tioned. No tets. $55 & $65. 2 Bedroom house plus den: stove ROOMS for rent for gentlemen. coins old & new. Rebel SUmp ANTIQUE organ for sal. Call
WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD FOR sale or trade for farm or EAST Call FR 2-4428. furnished. S125 month. 26 S.W. Maid service. near the u of F, Coin Shop SOt W. Univ. Ave.. 373-4310.
Walking distance to schools. 3 IMMEDIATEOccupancy acreage small house of 2 Br. 24th St. Call Gladys Smith 1128 N. W. 4th Ave. Call FR 669 ; Gainesville FU. ,|
BR, 2 baths home In Skyline & bath with green aluminum sidings GARDENAPARTMENTS 47 Houses for Rent Fur. Realtor. 377-5393. *XFOR : WALNUT bookcase. 42" by 14".
Heights. Study, hardwood floors like new. Near N.W. 39th -I ELECTRIC or gas .ceramlc kiln. I two drawer base six shelves.
built-in range a. oven. Cent Ave. a. 19th St. If Interested, FOR RENT unfurnished house. 3 business man large BR. Contact Allen Edgar 372.5395. or original glass. Call 372574.
heat. Shaded back yard. Call call FR 2-3251 After 6 p.rn. LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom BR. living rm.. dining mx* kitchen with private bath facilities for after P. M. 372-I7U.. |
$57 per month up month Mathew- 2 light meals. 306 NE lift Ave. -
3744662.PARRISH. .MOVE INTO YOUR OWN houses or year. baths garage & stor
MODERN HOME ON WILL exchange $1300 equity on Gainesville's Finest son Manor. Call 475-29J1. age. Stove & refrig. turn. Mi. FR 21708 WANTED: 'water cooler. must be II 66 Misc. For Sal
3 BR house in Tallahassee for Phone 372-4221 I priced reasonable and in good
RENTAL BASIS BEFORE like <1m!. in Gainesville. Within Furnished or unfurnished FURNISHED air conditioned 3 51-A Wonted To Rent working condition. Call 373-4441. ,
YOUR LOAN CLOSES. 3 mm. of FSU. 3722324. __ Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart i Br. 2 bath CCB 1101 NE 14th 2 BR. CCB $40 per mo. 220t SE ext. 20. t-5 weekdays. '
j ment. 30* NE *th St. Phone 376- I Ave. Excellent neighborhood 45th Terr. Call FR 22372.. DOWLINC'S UPHOLSTERY
Priced from $12,700 to $18.000 960$. $130 per?mo. FR ...,1. 3 or more bedrooms, 1 or more WANTED 20 gallon aquarium | Chairs low as U. No moneydown
NO MONEY DOWN VA 38 Real Estate Wanted 3 BR home with IVi acres of land I bathroom unfurnished house. Call with or without pump. filter. low as $5 per month.
pay only $100 closing Bedroom FURNISHED 2 bedroom house. located in Orange Heights. Ph. etc. Reply NIK Gravenstem. 101
PRESENTSWESTWOOD SUMMER special. 142 FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. weekdays Free estimates pickup and delivery
Free lifetime Best terms Swim FHA Club Mem-' WANT TO BUY I apartments. well furnished quiet II 732 25452.N. W. 23rd Blvd. Phone FR -100lNEW I or all day weekends. NW 3584.44th SU or phone' FR 2- service All work guaran
pets
Schools. location couples onfy. no 3 BR. 2 bath brick house I I I teed. Phone 374-7714.
to
bership. Walk
2 or 3 bedroom home with SI 00 per mo. L. J. Moratto, 2505 BEDROOM furnished suburban with built in range Large ; PHYSICIAN'S family of three desires ,'I WANT TO BUY 1 to 4 bird dogs. :
AREA Outstanding HUGH EDWARDS, family room and 2 baths. Kitchen NW 6th St.. Phone 2-4957. 'i i home. Plenty of room close to shady lot 4 miles s. of Univ. 3 Bedroom 2 bath Call 37T4733 after 5 I.m. GIRL'S heavy bicycle 26' for $20.
.f contemporary 4 bedroom I must be equipped. Central school. Available April lit. $120 on 441. $125 per mo. Phone 37254 home Unfurnished FR 13031 I Call FR 6-2444 or FR 4870.. __ .
home. Carpeted living/ room modern ,- INC.NE. heat preferred. Must be prIced'right EFFICIENCY apt. for settled I per montn. Call FR 24957. L. J. 64 Household Goods <
kitchen. Solar designed for f with reasonable down pay couple or settled single woman. I MorattA 2505 N.W. 6th St. 52 Boarder Wanted ; 9 CU. FT. Philco refrigerator, reasonably
summer and winter comfort. Central 16th Ave & 15th St. meo!. Write to Box 365-A, : No pets. 703 NE 6th St._ 3 BR. IVi bath, family room, WE BUY and sell III kinds 01 ha'- ] clean. $50. Phone 374-
heating and air conditioning" 3721551CAREFUL Gainesville Sun. 3 BEDROOM unfurnished houseIn dining room walking distance 4312 after S P.M. or see at 1111
of course. EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. Brooker. Dial 485-4481. to elem. & |Ir. high schools city WOULD like to board the eider. niture stoves* refrigerators NE 20th PI
DUPLEX lot wanted -. Write All util. except gas for cooking park. NE section. $125 per mo. ly, best in food. best in care. I clothes, radios TV etc. Call i
LITTLEWOOD AREA Modern price and terms to box 385-A a. heating furn. SAO mo McKinney S ROOMS and bath nicely fur. Phone 372-1402 before 5 P. M- no bed patients. Reply to box : FR a-3W7. I I FOR SALE CHEAP, aeetaui

3 bedroom 2 bath masonry homeIn in care Gainesville Sun. Green Inc. FR 23617. fished& schools., fenced NW yard location., near churches Phone. or 374-5013 after 5 P.M. 384 Sun.p A in care of Gainesville j REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE: I i. equipment.formica counter Complete and 26 fountain stools
tip top condition. Priced under 411 NW sectional sofe.iwas
7th St. Small Curved 52"
40 Business; Properties FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean. I! 372-3019. and short order equipment.
$15,000. Immediate possession, neat 2 BR bungalow $55 per sm 5, Now $131.832 :! 2-9207. Mr.
54 Business Rentals Call FR 2-075 or
too. Protect, freshly painted Orkln treated 2 BR furnished house, 505 NW mo. Call 376-2547. PC. Danish sofa and chair Was I
yourinvestment OFFICE or store bldg. at 534: N. monthly. Water turn. Phone I 14th Ave. No pets or small chil S6 .*5. Now S4f.'$-Danish Re- 1 Page.
FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom 2V* Main St. Formerly occupied by 3M-M83._ dren. $100. per mo. Phone 376- 2 BEDROOM unfurnished brick WAREHOUSE space tor rent. Located dining Chairs.' Were S95. Now GRANDFATHER type clocks $30.
bath masonry horn on nice. Associates Discount. Call 3727470 2823 nouses. $90 per mo. 20 N. E. at 620 S. Main St. Call $4 .'s-2 PC. Ltvmgroom Suite, Misc. furniture electric meat
PRIVATE 1st floor efficiency 2 2nd Avenue. Phone FR 24045. JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR Was 112'.9S. Now $89. S-South- $15.
quiet dead-end street. Two air silcer $25. Power mower
Don't buy a new 3 or 4 bedroom or 372-4045 rm, bath, utilities furn. Off I 2 BR. furnished, house, 107 NW. 2.1494.OFFICE. em Cross Sleeper Sofa was nails. 31SE2ndSt.
conditioning units. Very modem Doors
street parking, no pets. 15 SW 31st Ave. House Call FR _. _
One Bath house. Hugh open. 49 Rooms S2I995. Now $\ -7 PC. Din j
kitchen.
Edwards Inc. recognize the NAtIOnal 42 Farms & Acreage 2nd PI._. 24144. For Rent space for rent. Univ. ette sets Were $89.*", Now $59. J J9s3 SINGER portable sewing machine
Trend from the one Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c Bedroom Suite. 1 I Mr. Emer.
away Maple FR 21557.
$55 SUMMER rate 1 Br. duplex pc $3S cash.
FINLEY AREA Lovely 3 bedroom 2 BR house with tile bath par-
bath home In 1941 Hugh Edwards wooded per sq. foot. John Merrill Realtors. Was $12*.*5. Now $995-3 pc. :
4.6ACRES beautifully 529 Call
see at SE 1st Ave. antenna. Avail. NICE son.
2 bath centrally heated I que floors. I T-V room close In. Private
entrance .
longer builds I bath 372.1494- Walnut Bedroom Suite. Was
no home site. N W. 39th Ave. near FR 24625. :
and air conditioned home on one homes. : Millhopper Rd. intersection.' $9- Apr. 1st. Call 376-1748. all channel antenna. Off $12*. 5. Now 995. Fr. Provo I ANTIQUE brass ptona limp. te'e-'
of the nicest. lots in Florida street parking 531 S.E. 2nd AIR CONDITIONED '' buffet
carved
2 RM. furnished apt. for rent, Triple Dresser Base Now $855 phone box large
900, terms. F R 4-4448.
Park. They are obsolete $45 per mo. Will 'accept children 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Place. FR 22582. ': NEARLY new modem office or Solid Oak 4 poster bed was $79- mahagony sewing cabinet
Choose a modern Hugh Edwards RETREAT FROM THE HEATTo water I electricity fur ROOMS for men. I location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 95, Now $ -Solid Oak Panel record cabinet solid walnut
NEW WESTSIDEresidential TWO BATH home. 'You'll country living In Los Trances nished. Also trailer space for 2 BR. 1 Bath unfurn. at 1421 service. Unens Weekly maid I. Ph. FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty. Bed, Was $375 Now $2US3 single bed. 2 commodes. Western
and
subdivision soon opening. Acre enjoy your two bath more and Woods.. 2.4 Acres for only $345 rent $15 per mo. Call 4722271 N. W. 13th St. $80 mo Call Un- furnished. 372-1185 refrigerator ,': 1113 N. Main St. sets of Hotel Bedding, Was $7*.. saddle and bridle Also odds
I lots paved streets, 'outside city get more resale for your down. Paved! road frontage New berry. Fla_ iversity Realty, 372-4351. STORES FOR RENT South *5 a set. Now $49.95 a set.H .See I: and ends. FR 4-1213 Treasure
on
I limits. May we tell you more I home. Homes priced from $13- school busses utilities. Drive MEN WOMEN Rooms : these now at McDanlell Fur. : Chest at Fairbanks. Turn left
I about this restricted area. 450.VA.. Rd. turn right EFFICIENCY, water fum. 3505 2 BR house fenced yard 1217 NW apartments, near and Mam. Phone FR 6-4786 or 6-. niture Gainesville Shopping Ce's.icr. !I 1
Campus. Gulf Station.
west on Newberry 7278. at
NW 17th St. $35 per mo Call 30th Avenue. Phone 374-2'27. Day. : __
1 SR 241, Watch for the sign on McKinney Green Inc. 372317. Week Month.. FR *"2737 or FR'' :
RANCHETTE homesites. too. Approximately no down pay pnly CHANNEL T. V. antenna
money
rights"Selling FOR RENT 3 BR, 2 batti bunt-In 6-1082. 2 OFFICE spaces for rent; 2 ALL
J 10 acres each. Located $100 of Closing cost. FHA $500 Florida Since 1906" 5 ROOM fum. apt. Clean &, comfortable kitchen. corner lot, 2 blks. from 'rooms ideal for front office 1 T-A-G APPLIANCESTested I| Double stack complete. rMtth-
on Newberry Road. Just down. no closing cost. Ralph Realtor water furn. $75 per fAetcalfe School a. Ir. high. 1943 NICE.quiet room carport & telePhone room with back entrance. Will and Guaranteed I! Ing else to buy $15. Brants.
t $500 down. 5 years on balance. HUGH EDWARDSINC. FOSSEY month. Adults only. No pets. NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. or kitchen privilege.. $10 rent separately or all together.Call 42 Refrigerators from $ upI 513 NW. Ith Avenue.
Can be seen at 225 SW 2nd St. weekly. FR 6-1961. 376-1480 or come see be- Ranges from $3* up I
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 3741359Member Phone 376-4037. Call 3725731. tween f A.M. and 5PM. weekdavs 17 Washers from SI* upI USED Chain Saws $50 up. New
Multiple Listing QUIET desirable in private home. 626 N. Main St. Dryers from $At up 4 hp saws SS5. W* repair
BR, home with
I M.M. N.E. 16th Ave 'and '15th St. ACREAGE STOP LOOKING! Sub-let Apr. 15- 3 masonry gas Convenient to University and 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up all chain saws t lawn mowers.
FARMS RANCHES mo.John Merrill.
372.1551. Sept. 1, 2 BR, completely furn. range $85 per town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace 56 Business Opportunities 2 Dishwashers from $At up Chain saw rentals. McCuiloch.
RURAL PROPERTIES air cond., apt. T.V antenna incl. Realtor 372-1494. __Call_ FR 6-53M 6-2100. 10 TV Sets from $35 up Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton
Ill blks. from Married JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR
4 BEDROOM 2 bath home wltfc REALTOR campus.
PARRISH C. SMITH. FORDYCE
ROBERTS
I heated pool. NW section. lust out I U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy, Fla. couple pfd. $104 permo.. Several lovely homes available COMFORTABLE maid service, room, close-in ESTABLISHED grocery store, real 419 NW Itn Ave Ph. 372-5303 6-3411. -
use of .
of City. $23.000. Phone FR 25689. 376-3364. phone estate stock and fixtures. Excellent walnut
carved
466-3120 heavily
Ph. at this time.FORDYCE reasonable. 622 ANTIQUE bowl & pitcher settBirdseye i ANTIQUE
I J AND ASSOCIATES. INC FURNISHED INC. St. opportunity reasonably chest & dresier,0air table from the estate of
MEMBER 4 BEDROOMS 2 bath. central apt. for rent with ASSOCIATES Phone 374-1423. priced. Worth investigating and maple library
MULTIPLE LISTING FORDYCEInvestment living kitchen bedroom 374-1234 of reholstered red velvet I Dix $100 or best offer.
t I heat. Located in N.E. Section. room 924 W. Univ. Ave. investing. Robert C. Smith Dorothy
H. Wayne Hilt Helen Graham acreage close to Med tile A COMFORTABLE Victorian I chairs VlctrolajOval I
Ph. bath a. air condition. Tel. front room. 3 : FR 6-4454. __
t Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish $300 down pool privileges. Ical Center In southwest, 20 FR 2.,569.DELIGHTFUL. UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove windows off street parking Realtor Mlcanopy. Ph. 466-3120 library table China cabinet I
t 19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375 I'I't 374-1835. acre parcel approximately 460 & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. tleman only. Call FR 6-5953.gerv OTHER business forces me to ; new small hutch; 30" cot CLOSE OUT SALEOn
I CLOSE to Schools.; 3 BR. l"i x 1,320 for $5,500 Beautitul roll surroundings. Ave. Phone FR 4-5709 after 5:30 sell grocery store this week. pads; hospital bed; and other Wallpaper. 91c a Roll
I bath. carpeting, many extrasin ing hills. over 100 acres, perfect Furnished. 2 large rooms Private P.M. for appt. NICE room close In. Private en- Doing good business all colored household items. Nearly Nu PAINT CO.
'YOUNGAMERICA this good home. $16,000. 719 for horses and cattle. $375. bath and entrance. Cou- trance. 2O.c NE N. W. 19th Lane. an acre.FORDYCE. ple. First floor. 70< E. Univ. 3 BR horn $90 per month, 2 BR 3724835. 6-7231, after 7 p.m... FR 2-0641. Ave. Phone 376-4892. 10 S.W. 7th St. 3724346.v
S. ASSOCIATES, INC I Ave. home $60 per mo Partly furnished
2 BR. CCB house. furnished or 924 West University Avenue : 2 BR home $60 per mo.> 'Furnished
unfurnished on beautiful landscaped 374-1234 'FURNISHED apartment. Near duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per .
lot. Furniture end house business center. Water Furnished. -
Call FR 4-7466.
HOMESPRESENTS like new. Equity & take up payments Colored $60. Phone FR 21123 or mo.
43 Property
: 230 SE 71st St. Phone 23794. UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house,
372-8949 after 4PM. and all FOR sale or rent, furnished duplex with stove & refrigerator & I
day Sunday.UNFURNISHED. HOMES FOR SALt fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th
apt. 17 miles east of
213 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & Terrace. Call 3728932 or FR
NEW BRICK ,
Gainesville near Melrose access .EAE'PEAt
CCB house for
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. 2-6179.
sale. 3 BR. 1 bath cent. heat.builtIn' ment. Some small down pay- to lake Santa Fe. Phone !!
MODELS 4755571. G. P. Rippey, Melrose,
oven fc range. Locatedon men Monthly payment $57 to FOR RENT unfurnished 2 Br
OPEN 1 10 Til Dark paved street. Nice yard. $45. Also homes built on your Fla. rock house., blinds stove &
am. Phone 374-0880 ,between 5 P.M. lot for no down payment. FURNISHED 1 Br. apt water heater furn. Close-in. Come by
.. FEATURES : and 7:30 P.M. week-days and Call TOMMY RIDGELL furn. 31st Ave. N.W. & 9th Terr.. & see. 404 SW 3rd Ave. or call-
Fireplaces week-ends. Builder Phone FR 2 4125 3129 call FR 6-4811. FR 2-80SO. $85 per mo.

Screened porches WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just breaking ROOMMATE 2BR house for rent 4 miles .
for Rent wanted to share 2
Custom kitchen ground on new. imaginative 44 Cottages north of Gainesville on the Wat-
cabinets I BR apt. with 1 girl. 27 yr old
Oversljed bathrooms homeI! Now is the time to buy at NW do Rd. 3741502.UNFURNISHED .
Ji23 5th Ave. Apt. 3.
Plus many other custom under contract I choose d'jor SM. furnished cottage for& working trailer Call 3725715, after 5.30 Mon. ,' 1 side of duplex
features thru out. D. Myrlck Bldr. for rent. Suitable
Lloyd
FR'25489. couple Moore's Trailer Court. thru Sat.AVAILABLE. 3 Br. living rm. kit. I bath 4'i
VA&FHA 2330 E. Unlv Ave. 374-8144 for summer trimester ml. from downtown.! $75 per WE WILL NOT
Call FR 2-2448 after I or
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3 BEDROOM. bath home separate 1 and 2 bedroom fur. mo. .
dining room. Take ad- 45 Furnished Apts. nished apartments. Some air- Sat a. Sun.
TERMS vantage of owner's having to conditioned. Near University. | MMMM MM
f move & have spacious rooms HOMESlFEDERAL
SPACIOUS down stairs 2 tearoom 9U S.W. 7th Avenue. FR 6-2664. EMOBILE
. It wardrobes in new home area
N.E. 2nd
Walking distance 705
to furnished apartment.
elementary
executives. Sit,. SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat water,
a. Jr. among young FR 4- QUALITY
Churches.High Schools, Shopping & 000. FR 2-5489. St.. $10 month. Phone aerial air conditioner furn. Suit
-- 5270. able single or couple only. No 1M1.N.011441

: YOUNG $40 home A ,MONTH.terrazzo floor New, tg.2 ,BR.lot. lowdown CB 1 BEDROOM air conditioned' 6th pets.St.$75. Avail. Apr. 1 406 jaE I at City Limit Sign

payment. See at 222 S.E. furnished apartment. New 1 I CALL 3725113WE
20th St. 372-4692. Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice <
AMERICA Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. clean For TRADE
married !
couples
on BE UNDERSOLD
j 3 BR. home Ig. corner tot, $12.750 1 block from campus. .Occupancy ly. Adults, no pets Rent reasonable I I FOR ANYTHING
$1,500 equity. Trade for houseIn by February 25. Call 374-7444. __

HOMES Louvre G'ville Dr.area.Jax.R. Balyeat, 1804 WANTED 1 girl $10 per week or I
share
2 girls $15 per week to f
NW 34th & 7fh Avenue 2 BEDROOM brick, low down payment 2 Br. home with young divorcee
Phone 372-7070 $54 month. Phone 374-0407 Call 4852735 after S pro. Mon.
f or 1022 NW. 22nd Avenue. thru. FrU or anytime_week-ends. :
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65 Wac .For Sah.I 77 Mobil Homes for Salt I I 83 Motorcycle & Scooters 85 AUTOMOIILESf.r-SALE,'- -

I 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE !
1962 APACHE camper (EagleI NOW SHOWING 1)55 CUSHMAN Scooter. Good
V-aV
model) sleeps 4 to 4 people. Excellent 1964 MOBILE HOMES running condition. Recently over Chevy. 195$. Malr. ,hardtop 'I I
condition. hauled and painted.. auto. trans. radio a\ heater. VOLKSWAGEN. 1H3. AM-FM BRING out 'the best In
: ; Orig price 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor S1JO. Phone radM. your car. 16 FORD. S
;.:: ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE *695, will take $450. 372-0257. I Plans. Terms tailored to meet I I FR t-31M after '30 p.m.AUTOMOBILE 372-2054.Excellent.. Price, $4H. Phone Seat belts White wall tires. Superior Auto painting S. body S coupe red a.passenger white leather business interior i
; 1 U McBertamS Like
I your budget. Drive a little and I I new. u5. Call 372-M98. work. Fast dependable service 1 body solid '53 flathead,
.: Car .f ThaakaS n Waat4 .. B.. GREENHOUSE frame & shed of
lot at free
save a 84 pickup
I delivery. WRIGHT'S
REPAIRS new WW tires, radio & heater.
I wolmanized CHEVY 1957 station V... I
lumber.
aluminum wagon
Last r n4 Machinery
Taala I CONNOLLYMobile IMPALA. 1960 4doorsean. Power BODY WORKS.' 2031 NW 6th St. Call 372-7736.
days or after |
4 Fen.Blix4 Serrieea U BuildIng Materials I roof kerosene heater & tank.. excellent cand. new tires. brakes.
power
steering aytomattc FR 6-9707. P.M.
l I Traysip laferataileaPaeclal .4 HmuelMU G *4aBflse. See after 4 p.m. 3923 NW 15th 2 Miles North Home Sales. Inc. SPRING AUTQ. TUNE-UP Best offer. Phone 372-4423. or transmission. Radio and 376-0002.
St.FINE. on U. S. 441
;; FR 04554.
:. < Netieea eI AUqaS. Phone 422-8166 Your car's pep ft power show heater. FR..1-3907. or FR *-%696.a 1962 CORVAIR Monza 2 dr.. 4
: 7 rierista Far Sale I 20" guaranteed Dominion Closed Sundays up with a tune-up at BROWN'S DODGE54, 2Tone.btue 1963 CHEVY' II Station Wagon speed transmission. R I K, w-
p 5 Baby Sitters CUM Care 17 Trading Pasta fan SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed and Air conditioned. auto. trans..
; with portable stand new in white 4-dr. R&H AT. W.... ENGINE. 4 on ttte fioorr buck. w. excellent cant 16400 miles
prie radio
& heater.
4:: Plates Ta C Am* a Article WaatcJ Sept. recapping & .wheel three seats.
1963. 20. Phone FR 2- alignment. owner. Must see & drive to et seats. super sport convertible. $1495. Or will take trade. FR
I Thugs '1'. BeeAUTOMOTIVE O Ftl 00 W.... I 25. 40MODELS 109 N. Main. FR 6-410.' .'. FR 24772. appreciate. tt<3 IMPALA CHEVRO LET. white side walls. 4.000 miles 2-1379.
M I less than S mos. old. $100 cash,
Baste Marine Eiml S Will -
trade
for older
car or cash.
take Call
71 Casa* .Baal Flak -HOOVER 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE FORD. 154. standard shift. S cyU $450. Inquire at cross roads In 1171 I up to payments.5-372-5T3 after 372-5 1961 BUICK special. 4 dr. s s
: ?t Alr laaa lafes-Keatafc u Office E....sta< I ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE radio. Good condition. Price $275. Archer for residence, of Tommie P.M. heater & w-w. Excellent cond.
'- .MeaOo. Besaes far Sal 7S Mialeal MerUaaiise i Vacuum, like newt was $69. FROM LOWEST PRICES or make atfe?. Call >>"1512.' Pate. Will take trade. FR 2-1379.
71 Track for Sale I Now $29. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. CHEVROLET. 1962 Greenbrler. 9
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on Tracks Waited THE KIRBY passenger station wagon Radio FORD 19J9. Ranch Wagon. VI 1963 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B.
; CO.
TRAILER MART heater, 4 speed trans..
II Tractors .* Track KeataJam REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 712 N. Main. FR 6-7110 or 6-1117 trim. S1.7t5. FR. 2-5547 deluxe engine.condition.Standard Phone shift.442-1142, Good Ale- P.W.Radio and heater. $400 down
Trailer Keatals I Hwy 17. Phone 328-1050 and take over payments.- FR
: SS BUtcrejcles .* Scaelen 53'Lei. far Sale WHY take a chance? For rebuilt OPEN WEEKDAYS CHEVROLET If5 wagon, 4di. chua. 25424. After S P.M.PAINT .
S 84 AatoBMbile Bepalrc 54 Waterfrt 1'n"ri7 for washers repair and dish washers or UNTIL 9pm. You can buy this for only $I FORD' 1963 XL. 10.000 miles. (2) ENGLISH FORD
service.
S 5 83 Aat.B. UeS fr Bate U Reuses Far Bate Call FR 4- a week. Call Bill 372-3749..H & H'' bucket seats. loaded. 'small
M Swap CanEDUCATIONAL M CaUa..e. Far Sate 0267. SUNDAYS I TO 6 Motors. equity. assume balance. CHEVROLET .
J7 Heal EitaU ExchaarM A-l HANDYMAN SHOP EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA pickup truck 1949.
; 3* Real Estate WaateJ CHEVY 55 R & H. standard $125. Call 454-191.
U Oat .f SUNBEAM electric shaver. broken shift good condition $225. See JOB DEMONSTRATORS
'* U Sefeoela lostnefJeaU 40 1'Pnperv HI-FI, fire-side set. wool to appreciate at 3205 NW loth LANCER 41, mod-770 4 Dr. HtIck.I
Mute. Dmcctnc 41 Basteea Pnpcrttea blankets sandwich grill ft hotplate WYATTTrailer St. Call FR 2-4804 anytime. new tires 3>XWO mU Sa!. S
M Waated-laitneUea HesUcaUal b.ai FR J9801. Mr. Balwin. 374-4404.
43 Farms .* Acreage CHEVROLET. 1956. 4 dr. This car
EMPLOYMENT U Colored Property Rentals 70 Boars-Maria Ev1p. is going for only s* a week. MERCURY. 1951. 4 dr. hardtop Spring Special
I 17 Wark Waated Mala1C 43-1 Colored Property sales SalesHome Call Bilf' ,372-3749. H & H loaded with extras tor $I a week. Immediate Delivery
Motors. Call Bill 372-3749. H It H Motors.
W.rk Wanted Fcatale of
I 14 Sales Help Waated RENTAkS II FT. open-cock pit. offshore Pacemaker Mobile Homes CHEVROLET.. '51, 4-dr. sedan. radio OLDS 1960. 2-door. factory stick.
: U Hely-UaU Featala 44 C 4Uee fiberglass boat complete controls Shasta and Airstream .' heater. good tires. A e wpaInt I .Good cond. $975. 1954 OLDS. $3995'HAWESI.
13 Male Help WaatedDramatia 43 Fanlahei Far Beat. lights, 10 & 5 gal. tanks Travel Trailers will finance. 'Sixth Street r Good running cond. $225. Ronnie Immediate Savings
t : 4* Cafankaei Apt 40 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis. Ocala's First Mobile Home Motors. FR 4-4464. : Young. 372-5097.
.
11 resssJe Heh WiaUi Apt* ski ropes belt life Dealer Since 1948
t 47 Hmes far Beat Fan. a. ladder. $1.100. preservers 3725738. 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. CHEVY. 1953. excellent c. n d., PONT1AC. ItSS two tone paint
1 41 Baosea tar Beat CaJanu Phone Phone 629-1358 new brake system new seat loaded with extras for $I a
I FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4$ Baams far Kent 17 FT. Span American with (5 Ocala. Fla. covers. good tires an excep. week. Call Bill 272-3749. H & H .* Instant Performance
; 24 Term Efilpmcat M Betel Baaats hp Mercury. Tilt trailer. MotorIn S tional car. For a good buy.;caU Motors. I
; 17 Feed .* FerUUmert 81 III... Beatala excellent condition. Boat has SPECIAL10x50 376-9938 after 6 P.M. all day
Livestock -* BaapHestt liSA Waate T* Beat Bimini Sat. & Sun. STUDEBAKER. 1951 runs good That
1 top cruise tanks Ride Mobile home and 50x100- lot. but needs a tag. $45. 444 NW Lasts !
Laadseaptar BeaZ .
4. Tap 63 Bvardcn Wasted guide steering amp. and water I mile S. of Paines Prairie. All CHEVY 1956 210. 4-dr. R&H V-t; 27th Ave.SUNBEAM.. '
M Peta SvppBea U Offlee Desk 8pa.a I pressure gauge. Marine horns. State Mobile Homes. AT. excellent cond., real clean.
J UvecUck _..... M Baitaesa Rentals railing and compass. WILL DEAL. Price $450. Call FR 25450. ALPINE I960 $1400. POWERS
Z : FR 6-20tS. Boat can be seen at '61. 45' x 10' 2 BR., Richardson. call FR -712 or... at 326
FINANCIAL SERVICE I 31t NW 13th' St. Like new $2,700. or best offer. CORVAIR Monza '63, equipped N. W. 19th Lane.T CRANE MOTOR CO.
-,. S 54 BaateeM Opportunities 23 Special Berries Call FR 4-2970. with radio heater. white side Body Sop}
.- 57 MM.* to Least Si Bern ,I 16" FIBERGLASS Sea-breeze. 35 wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. R 3. 1957. Mack good tires.
ImprcTcmeat I hp Evinrude elec. Seminole BF FOR SALE Trailer S Assume payments small equi mechanically good. new top radio -
5* fttartfaccsUMeBer 24 on 100 x 17.1"lot. '
I W..... U'Badl TV Bcrrlca trailer. 9 mos. old. $1000 2010 1 mile outside City limits. ty. Will consider ,,older car for & heater. Low priced. FR 611 SW 3rd St. Easy to Trade With Crone Motor Co."
: Appliaac A FanUtara N. W. 13th St. Phone FR 2-1075 after 5:30 or equity. Call owner at 372-8441 6-0525 all weekend & after S
weekends. ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. P. M. week days. FR 2-0538 516 S. Main St. FR 6-2425
.---- 16 CABIN CRUISER and trder. S

': 66 Mise .For Sale.. 66 Misc.' For Sal. Phone FR 2-5489. BIG SALE
1961 THUNDERBIRD
,i I ( fOR SALE H.P. Gale. Excellent Boat.condition.14-. 40 CONTINUESWe [ NEW 1964 GMC -

-'S Pansies In Bloom! THE BEST Costs less If Very little running time. Mitchell
l' : $1.00 per doz. Phone 3720821CE water you heat tilt trailer. 6 life preserv- .
electrically.
Find
out how 1
"
to replace It and ers all weather rubber anchor.All Will PICKUP TRUCKS
S Hotpolnt .1 ton air condition dividends. Call get cash I running gear. $995.' Phone -=
S er. 11,000 BTU. 110 Volt. $100. Fuligav your FR 2-0486 or 6-6957. .
: E : Phone FR 2-3911. Phllgat Dlst. 376-5392 AS H
14' CORRECT-CRAFT Atom Skier. S NotBeUndersold .
CUT I pattern glass. Antique ELECTRIC lawn mower $25. Phone 60 hp. Graymarine & trailer. All
Q dining room set, and chest of FR 2..c671. In good condition. See at Gator r 175 Down
: drawers. New set of Birchwood I Marine. E. Univ. Ave.
t, ,kitchen built ins. Many WILL sell for half price. 6 mOo
I Other Items. 3-T-Shop, H'way old 1963 Automatic GE range 16' CROSBY fiberglass.! 50 H.P. I )
lii 100. S mile S. Starke. Very good COndition. Call 37- Evinrude. Top. windshield and ANDS SHAW and 7))
; 031. tilt trailer. Reasonable. Call 50 x 10. 2 bedroom 1964 fully :
15' FIBER glass boat motor & FR 6-7419 after 5 or on weekends furnished Mobile Home deliveredand
:
trailer. $42500. Saw mandrel SALE set for Instant
F9R combination up living fOr
cutting
S with 20" blade. S. 4V4 hp gas with holes. Excellent con only JLjJ Per Month including tax' title R
;- ; motor. TVy table saw. Spray dition. Price $65. 3131 SE 72 Office Equipment
15th
paint outfit. Racing Go Cart _$t. Phone 376-2744. $3388MHMA life Inlura.", financing charges.
S with 2-cyl.
engine. 3T-Shop. Hway

100. S mL S. Starke. LOVELY mink cape collar, make GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office NO GIMMICKS -' Can b. bought at these KEETER

"LOOK" offer. '42 sm. washer runs per- supply dealer Chesnufs approved. Many other terms! 2-doxen in stock to choose from. .
I 'New 1964 MODERN HOME fectly $40 baby bathlnett. as. Office Equipment Co. invites you similar bargains-over SO 1963 and
Fully Automatic Zig Zag cellent cond. $10 FR 2-1783. to come in and shop or call for 1964 new coaches to select from 1 Pontiac
sewing machine does free delivery.. Chesnut's Office -Also large selection of .used Tropical
J U 1C ER. all .
everything $700 mo. full metal excellent Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. coe -he" .
baL due $8800 cond. Used 1 yr. Orlg. price Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.TAX .
; a $138. Will sell for S65. See .t 10% DownIAYMENTS GMC Truck Center S 63 FORD
"BRAND NEW- 935 NE 3rd .Ave. or call FR I- TIME. Adding machines and I
3404 220 N.W. 8th'ye. FR 23582RAMBLERS
f.UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG after 7 p.m. calculators. New and used. Park. .

I SemI-AutomatiC. does BABY bed & mattress good con. er's Complete Office Outfitters.The LESS THAN RENT Galaxie 500 4-dr.. fully equip

.It. I everything. S6.00 a month dition $15. Call FR 3-2172. only authorized Olivetti Best trade allowanc Anything ped including CruiseOMatictransmission
\ ? or $40.00 CASH. Underwood Agent in Gainesville. of value. radio, heater and
CAMPING trailer and equipment; Ph 3722555. 601 W. Unlv Ave. $2195
Open
weekdays 9 to t Finished in'
power steering.
radial
arm
Sewing Machine Service Co. saw; HQ train out
Sundays
1 to
7
S 5 15 W. Unlv. Ave. fit; record player tape recorder 73 Musical Merchandise beautiful blue. See this car Sand

_ _376-1075_ _ niture.; miscellaneous B-flat pieces of fur SOUTHERNMOBILE you'll just love it!
clarinet trumpet;
BICYCLE good condition. Phone several cameras and darkroom ORGAN SALE HOME
'S FR 22573. 325 N. W. 7th Ter. equipment riding mower set of Of Christmas Left overs. All '\

BBAND NEW 1964 golf Teter clubs Alachua; 3- 1cycles.late: See afternoon John new per cent.organs.Earl's Savings Piano up Co.to 30 BROKERS, INC. \ 62 FORD

MODERN HOMES and evenings. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 2200 S. Pine St.. Ocala. Fla. it
t Phone ,,,- q11 Wide Selection of 6's and V-8's in all series.
.. Automatic sowing machines but GAS WATER HEATER $25 al. ORGAN used. Hammond spinet : Victory. 2-dr., equipped with
Jss .s tonholes. fancy stitches. Etc lowance for your old. costly to with 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE i L.I BK radio heater. 'power steering
.. tone abinet. Bargain
f Full size head. operate electric water heater. -tl In Cruise 0 Matic transmission. $ :
: : Only! $88 Hot water at about half your $795. Gridley Music :., Finished in sharp bronze and 1795f

r : S15 W.SEWING Unlv. Ave. .376-1075 present Ask us. cost PROPANE with our SW LP Archer gas. Co. FR 2-5353. DODGE body. 59 low..ft ton pick up V WE HAVE MET OUR QUOTA : white. Reduced for this sale
excellent
mileage
MACHINE Road. FR 6-5110. / \'t. 10..
: SERVICE CO. WALNUT Spinet prize winner. cond. FR 2-6107. The first 20 days of March. 10 Day left. RJdgway S it; on .

t; WAR surplus mine TRADEINREPOSSESSION Save $200. Early American Maple CHEVY 56. % ton pick-up ew'' Motors is offering the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allowances '1-,; 5'
detector excellent SALE Was $795 Now $595. paint new tag very good condition !
condition used by EARL'S PIANO CO., 1025 W. $545. See at Orange Nil ever
E plumbers & treasure hunter S 2 Atlas portables. $72. Univ! Ave. Shell Serv. Stat. lust So. of the
w
: J50. Call 376-5367 after 7 .
P.M. I 1 Kenmore. Aut. ZZ $87. county line on 441. Ph. 591-2811 61 FORD
ENCYCLOPEDIA Brltannica 1958 I .1 New Home Port. $46. Automotive Mcintosh. -
.-.. edition. 24-volumes with 6 yearbooks. IS 1 Etna Aut. ZZ. 63 E CO N 0 LINE VAN. Owner BEFORE YOU BUY, GET OUR DEAL

Atlas bookcase. Best of 1 Singer Port llro. I! driven. excellent condition, clean. I ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN 4-dr., radio heater. Finished
I : fer. Phone FR J-1986. 1 Singer Consol) $48. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale low mileage $1,600. Ph. 442-1840 in S
I white and red. See
1 NecchL Supernova $U. I I after 6 pm. BUILT CAR! S : .
.
FORMAL wedding gown & veil I Shaw and Keeter for
1 Piaff Port. this excellent '
$62. ,
p. size 7. Orig. cost $150 will sell 58 GREAT Lakes for sale excellent
: for half price. Phone 3767894. I .condition.: Phone 372-4400 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals value! The price can
$119
New Cabinets optional $19 up. after 6 PM. Watch yourfovorite magazines for Rambler's *.1 be compared with onyone's 5
.. ; KENMORE electric range 40" 115 W. Unlv.' Ave. 376-1075
I !" wide. auto oven & OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive I RENT a truck one-way anywhere Million : anywhere.
warmIngS 12 $3 Surprise Party Coupons
GA.
1 compartment. $25. shotgun. new Rem. .mod. lime. to save a tot. Below market .S In the USA., from _United Rent-
P. 71... J100 with "8' grade fiddle back-: ,.cleans Lake Geneva Trailer 'AtIs:_625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. ... a
grain wood In stock & forearm. Sales. Rt. 100. SE Keystone .
oe FRIGIDAIRE Ironer heavy duty Matching set of Interchangeable _Hts.. Fla. ,
good condition. cost $200. Sell barrels. 26" cyl. choke & S 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
SSo. Phone 4621661. 28".. fuU choke. Both barrel WE BUY I -
,. S have vent. ribs & have ivory RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
FORMICA showcase with register front sights & metal middle USED MOBILE HOMES. 1957 ALLSTATE scooter In good .p.-
welt & sliding doors. like : I
.. sights. Engraving on receiver. Top dollar paid phone running condition. Needs little I
new '125. Call 376-9335 between 3760571.S I
Gun is like. new. Orig. cosi $281 body repair. 965. Call FR 4-6014.
I a m. S. 3 p.m. will sacrifice for $210. call F R I x 10 MOBILE home newly S 1962 50 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
cc DUCATI. Good condi
-S HOMART multi stage let 6-9938 after 4 P.M. 8. all day I constructed. 10 x 20 cabana.
pump Sat. & tion. $95. Call FR 2-0659. after
Sun. 5 mln. from campus. Town &
S like
new. pressure tank pipes
-- Country Trailer Lodge. Ph. 6p.m. .. -
& fittings. Calf 495-2256 Ifs 4
MOVING this week. several use
S 376-2865. W. A. Kelly.
: p.m. ful Items of furniture antiques I

BABY bed stroller, car bed. Excellent and clothing for sale. Good condition AIR conditioned. 50' x 10' mobile
quality & condition. 1115 low prices. Call for list home. Set up with 20 x 10- awnIng : ,
NW 36th Ave. FR 6-3609.. FR 3-1987. and SO* TV antenna on S
-. shady lot In Hickory HilL Ready
> TWIN beds. w-mattresses I box 1964 SILVERTONE 23" T.V. radio for excellent Florida living.
*- springs. $1$ ass dresser 49" beautiful&- stereo combination. A $3.250. Call FR 6-654S after 5:30 ) SAVE UP TO ;
% ml. wide 5 drawers w-lg. mirror piece of furniture and P.M.
In excellent condition. Originalcost .
.
$20 Dresser chiffonier. I 6 .
$425 sacrifice $275. $SO McMURRAY Mobile Home .
Sales. -
"
J7V drawers x 43"$25i w-mlrror Antique 52" x lowboy 24" cash or old .T-V. and assume HO wide. 1 or 2 BR. used lake IJ I Ir.QS

J $65; Girl's Schwinn Bicycle 20" payments of $14 per mo. or house traders from $1.295. 1
I $15; Bendix Gyromatlc Wash. For appt. call 3723562 days. office Trailer for rent or sale. J

Mach. 12 yrs. old $10; Freezer I WEBCOR HI-Fl.. phonograph -3 3 mL So. of Starke en 301. 964- 900-
t Firestone 16 cu. ft. alum speaker. diamond needle. Excel- 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant.
lined $75. FR 3-0126. lent condition. real value at
Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices.
only $35. Call 372-8441. ext. 3 3,
: FEDDERS. 1 hp alr-cond. $65; 1-5 weekdays.HO SAVE $1000-$15000 S
m. Peter's baby stroller Slot Babee BANK FINANCIHO .
I tenda table $15; Little Brown ga. 4 x.* train layout. 33 NEW low down sm. mOo pay. I
I tee chest $15. FR 32248. cars. 4 engines. DM power ments. 60 CHEVROLET
: pack & slngle.Phone 37 2- Town & Country Trailer Sales
SPOTS before your eyes-on your .
5687. 3860 SW Archer Rd.. FR 2-2290 '
r m, new carpet-remove them with The BEST VALUES in
Town lot of values. NOW
are on our '
Blue Lustre. Rent electric shanvv CAR REFRIGERATORS. Regular TWO bedroom house trailer $900.
I pooer SI. McDanleil Furniture $4950. Will sell 6 or more one bedroom house trailer $750. Our late model VALUE-RATED used cars are the 'Talk of the Town." 2-dr.. hardtop, V-8 engine. 'automatic
Co. Gainesville Shopping Cent at wholesale price. 485 4681 Can be rented. Phone 3764234 heater. This $
radio
transmission Impala
t ter. Brooker. Green's General Star a- Monday to Friday 9 to S. They have mere VALUE and SHOW it. With outstanding extra I 1345
I S is. finished in solid black. Now only:
i value features spelled out on a windshield label.


i, I SERVICES I '63 CADILLAC 62 OLDS 63 MONZA

.
Sedan De Vtlle. Factory air F85 coupe. Radio heater Coupe. Bucket seats. Auto. 59 MERCURY

conditioner. Low mileage. auto. trans., power steertrans.. -

Home And One dition.owner.Listed Beautiful new conIng.for miles.. Less A very than good 23,000 run- $1895 Station wagon, fully equipped including

Business I radio heater automatic
: about- fling car. transmission

$6800 $1795 CHEVROLET power steering. Finished in attractive

rJ : ADVERTISE IN THE Bulldozing Mortgage Broker _ _ Bel Air h'top sedan. Power yellow. Real roominess and comfort for $6 9 5

: SERICE DIRECTORY i FORDYCE and Associates. Inc.. S 62 OLDSMOBILE steering & brakes. Very- I you and your family'at a price you can'tafford

S/JlALL bulldozer loader dump Conventional and F.H.A. loans clean. to
62 CADILLAC pass up.
trucks fill dirt. lima rock. TopSOIL with low rates and long term
Phone 372-7144. loans our specialty. Quick. courteous Station wagon Low mile- $1295

.. : BULLDOZERS t Dragllna Back confidential service. Call Sedan factory alt. Excep- age. Excellent condition.
I 376-1234 or come by f26 West
hoe. wheel tractors. motor tional condition._
..
.# I grader. Free ...Im..... W. O. University Avenue. Craca For-- $2595. 63 FALCON SATISFACTION'GUARANTEED
Realtor.
rt S (Buck) Johnson FR .H11t. dyce. $3895
Station wagon.1 Standard

Carpentry PAINTINGPAINTING 62 OLDSMOBILE trans.. Low mileage. Clears.S .

.. Also Screens repaired $1895
window glass replaced. Phone 61 CADILLAC 88 sedan., Factory air 12-MONTH
.. GRADY CABINET WORKS FR 6-1283. _
.i> Custom built cabinets and moldings power steering. SSIon

painting.refinishing and spray PlumbingSEWERS De '{ilJe.! Factory $2595 60 FORD SERVICE PUN

1533 E. Avenue air. Fully equipped. White. I
University
... Phone 3724313 INSTALLED _ _ Galaxie.! Sunline converti LOW DOWN
NEW & used fixtures. complete $3095 ble.! Power steering. ExcelS -
WORK wanted plumbing service "BlG" JIM S PAYMENT
: Carpenter desires S 1 OLDSMOBILE
work. .Repairs remodel Ing. HUGULEY Gainesville Plumb- lent. Very nice appearance -
.. Ph. 2041112. Inq FR 2-1589. 98 h'top coupe. Factory and eondition. WABRA" EASY TERMS


.. ES: -- Air Conditioning. Cosmetics RemodelingNEED I 60. CADILLAC- S air. Very$2195 sharp car. $1095


:--ART: : BALL Air conditioning An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make A NEW Florida room. car-I I Sedan., Factory,air. MERCURY
port. patio. screened-in porch.
"new
a youat MERLE NORMAN
-
as -
(Hot Air-Hot water) heating andrefrigeration. COSMETICS STUDIO. etc.? Oil now and get It done $2595 Montclair. H'top coupe.
S : 1:>"-. 372-IA&5. 15 60 OLDSMOBILE
: for the summer months. Call
Learn professional Leif interior. A
make-up erette
Years _Experience. __ exceptional -
373- 049 after 5 P.M. for free
sicreti.5 by trained beauty exUnlv. Super 88 _sedan. Power !" fine car.
w. Ave. FR estimates. steering & brakes. 58 FORD2dr.

: Appraisal Service jgy- EMRAYSDEPENDABILITY 59 CADILLAC. $1495 $1295H.top

". FASCINATING ITetesiion, Eager Is the word. heater. This
to team} If ., 6cylinder. radio
you qualify vow Building. Remodeling Paint-
-. FRED B. ARNOLD may earn S4040 per week while Ing. Free Estimates. Dial 372- sedan. Factory air.. PLYMOUTH, j and comfort automobile is fin-
REALTOR In training for advancement to _*94. or 374-183 Now. An outstanding buy. 59 OLDSMOBILE g. I economy .
,*-* REAL,ESTATE APPRAISAL supervisory capacity Far appt. .. Station wagon. White. 6 ished in attractive white and red. There $44 5

:: til* W UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH 371-3521 tall 374-UM. Upholstery $1895_ Super air.88 h'top sedan. Fac- cylinder automatic trans I are many. many good miles 'left in :this
tory mission. Sham.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
-
; Appliance Repairs UPHOLSTER your furniture at I $1195 $1095 car .
FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER reasonable prices. Call Sally. I ,

co.. _Experienced. FR .-... 63 OLDSMOBILE, _
:
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Sales and Service : '56 DODGE:
*" First In Air Conditioning and All 'types of Fire,Extlngulsners' Sewing Alterations Dynamic 88 sedan. Factory 63 BUICKElectra 62 PONTIAC
= Appliance Repairs. FR 60267. Pick up and delivery service ,
C R. ,Thomas ,Ph. .37Mt*, SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of all S air. cruise control. 2251 H'top sedan. BonneviHe h'topsedan..

:...Parker: Appti..Serv.( Gainesville. Fla C.kinds AsbeiL& Dressmaking.343 N.W. 17th Mrs.Terrace W.. New by B&G.tires. Sold & serviced Factory air. Fully equipped.' Factory air. Fully equipped. 4-dr., V-8 engine radio. heater

Expert Malor Appliance Ser Mortgage Broker :377-0655. $3695_ J26951YEAR matic:: transmission. tutone green
1 Ice. Prompt. EfficientCourteous $2995 auto$345 S
372-4224. _- J Really a sharp car. Reduced for
; IA and conventional. lowest w1ag Mach_ RII JI .
current rates. Terms to 25 JI I to only:
ZTJKuto Equipment years. Will gladly discuss .at noobligation. CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER.
--- Call tomorrow. VICE CO. $1J W. University I
i JACKS TeCTT I. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Ave. 374-1075. We repair alt
--ftYDRAULIC.exchanged Repair kits 9 1 N. Main St. Ph. FR J-MM Makes. Work fully .,.,- Iteed. GW
MffOKCOS
... -* Walker Jacks.< Factory authorl't FRED ARNOLD:
96'. Walker Hydraulic Jac REALTOR WINDOW CLEANING
: -'-r Service Agent. HULL'S BRAK1 FHA AND "CONVENTIONAL ThAW & KEETER
2" SERVICE 4V SUPPLY UJ4 S S WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned
LOANS
S S "Main; FR 2-1491 and waxed. houses washed M
tI .f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372458 yrs. experience. Fastlmatea... :; S
CADILLAC OLDIMOSILINEWCARS
Aut. Glass* MORTGAGE MONEY Phone FR S-SV5S. ''
MJftITO. Ford Dealer
Since
JVi 'per cent Interest. Terms to 'YoFrienilly .1924"

S S _, GLASS U our only ,but '1r.t _. Yard WorkFOR :- : 1 15 S.E..2nd Street 1 ,
_' .BUILD. REFINANCES '
Immediate JnstaQatior S < 238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
t.ltnis pickup fc delivery. Ac-: 125 NW U St.' Ph. FR 32511 -expert maintenance servicefor USED CARS: .2001 N.W. 13th St.
fc value
S beauty to ca.
your -
'DanByrd and gardens.
lawns
MAU1.Oltn. AUTO GLASS C' please your call 374)107.. f. PHONE 372-0503
.0.H3I.: > am tt. .FR 6-2551. AOYS Smim Realtor. FHA WARRANTY TELEPHONE FR.6-7515= .
.M uid conventional ,loans. Low CHARLES WORSHEM specialising,ft f
-r -ADVERTISE IN THE rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 in lawn mowing edging t prwnj -.' S
:''--. IBKYZCX WKfiCTOKT' I W.' Unhr. Ave.'J7I-S3H j I Ing. FR 4-lftt.anytuna. .
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tt 18 Gainesville Sun Friday, March 27, 1964

II, ..
FOR THE CORRECT GAINESVILLE --.- ,

'TIME. ,. I AUTO SALES, for
"SPRING"into
FR 2-1411 I MORE AUTOMOBILES ON: 1007 N. Mala St.
..... FR %-63 II
Courtesy Of I Northcentrol Florida's
Uahrtnity ChevroletN. I Largest used car

Main St.at 16th An.SALEI PRECEDING PAGE! Independent Dealer MILLER- ,
'
BROWN one of these

ADVERTISE IN THE 1030 E. Univ. : I
r ,
SERVICE DIRECTORY FR 2.3582 \
tt VW Sedan. Sunroof, radio and your Spring driving wil) bring more Joy
& other accessories. Immaculate
..".............-.. $"" to you. Test-drive any car you desire. Check them
(3 VW Sedan excellent condition.
BIG DOWN SAVE YOUR MONEY THIS Turquoise .eo....... $15" ever carefully. A pleased customer is our best
$17 U VW Sedan like new. Tur-
quoise .........-,......... S13T5 {advertisement and pleasing customers Is
And a FREE Set of Seat Covers NO DOWN 61451'f"'1 VW Sunroof pastel blue
CLEARINGLOT on ANY Car You Own! radio & wnitewalls ...... $1245 I our business.
57 CHEV. ...................:.......... .a VW Sedan let _black. Fully
1957 CHEVROLET wagon. V-8. automatic Bel-Air 2-dr. hardtop, v... radio fc heater. reconditioned .......... 11145
radio heater, power steering, good 56 CHEV. ..... : ...................... 'I VW Station wagon. J1WS I (9 seat VW wagon Dehne lust over bus U.automatIC.3- M BUICK 4dr.transmission. hardtop
Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. condition . . . .0. $595 Bei-Alr 44r. hardtop, V4 radio & heater <1 ,VW. Karmann Ghia. clean 000. rear window curttos rad1o", heater power
1957 4-dr. sedan 6-cylinder. 56 FORD .................................. and runs like new ,.... HS spin front..._seat.......vinyl.. SfltS'Insteering royal blue.power This brakHoterlor weeks
CHEVROLET ....
64 CHEVY II 2-dr., V-8, radio & heater. <2 PORSCHE only 12.000 miles. extra special SI400M
radio ,heater . $595 M"
automatic $
Station wagon, standard 57 FORD ............................ White with red Interior. BUICK Electra. 4-dr.
transmission, (less than 1956 CHEVROLET. ,Bel-Air 4-dr. hardtop, 4-dr. wagon sedan power Steering M BUICK Mr. hardtoa. '
200 miles. SAVE. 'two-tone paint one owner . $595 55 MERCURY................ ....... .VW PICKUPS power ditioned,brakes beige with air mlltcttcond.consolid white. Factory steerlno.air
power
$2495 ""'- 4dr. V-$ Interior ............ S34Mft Dower* brakes radK' *
1955 FORD Fairlane, new white paint, radio ....... ......
I transmission 58 CHEV. ........ ................... COMPACTS heater SIS.cs
63 TEMPEST heater automatic' $395 tr* V-I BUICK Special 4-lr. sedan -

Automatic, radio heater 1959 RAMBLER, station wagon ,radio heater 60 E. FORD .........................;.. CAMPING TRAILER Interior V-$ engine.......deluxe M BUICK Wagon- white
vinyl STOSU Interior
perfect condition, new with careen power
car warranty less than automatic transmission .'. .' $495 Angtta Clean steeriiM power brakes
radio & heater vaClltlfwt
4.000 miles. Going price 1949 FORD pickup. flat bed runs good 4- 25 More to Choose From! Finish here: VW black deluxe Interior time special ...... $1545
$2395 speed transmission . :.,. .' $125Motors Radio & Heater
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S f BUICK 4-dr. sedan radio -
62 FORD COLEMAN UT'- autorrS "":
Long wheel base V -Ton :Sixth St. 'I BUICK LeSabre 4-dr. .....&....heater............. 5.5
Pickup. Good: condition. Ave. FR 2-3582 sedan air conditioning
asking price below 2031 1 NW 6th Street FR 6-4664 302 NW 8th AVE. FR I DOWer brakes steering radio & heater.power FORD 4dr. sedan. V-..
wholesale. I Teal blue with white too. *
$1195 Ij I extra dean ........ S3295tt heater standard...shin........radio... OTJ

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63 FORD I CORVAIR TOO 4-door Sf CHEV Impala 4dr.

X-L 500. 390 HP en- tomatic sedan. radio,....J.>..heater.... 1149S, au- hardtop power ,brakes power air steertnq.conditioning
gine bucket $seats low radio & heater
mileage. White finish .................... S114IS
I II 4S XKE JAGUAR-J-dr.

62 RAMBLER hardtop........,..only......one.....In WltSI town MERC 4-dr. hardtop
Classic radio heater reclining automatic transmIssion.

27.000 seats actual good miles tires; I CORTINA WINS.AT I < FALCON Wage. de power brakes ..steering..........X po W3-
for luxe vinyl trim radio &
Going only: i I heater air cond. solid
$1100 while X clean .. S1S45 Sf automatic OLDS 4-dr.transmission.hardtop

power steering, power
60 CHEVROLETImpala <1 FALCON 4dr. sedan. brakes radio & heater.standard .

4-dr. hardtop, 1- heater check shift this, radio one for* .no....putt_.....but.....runs..... good utS
owner. Sharp. value ............... MJ
$1475See

Bob en the following can. They ore all good with red Interior, automatic
second cars or good .............. HIM
fishing can. Some have -
new tags and some don't. I. 57 CADILLAC 4dr. hardtop ........................ W5

M FORD good .... US Cash SEBRING 57 BUICK J-dr. hardtop .................-......... SUI
51 BUICK ......... IS' Cask
55 57 FORD OLDS. .CONY.....V4....$144 S7S Cask Cask S7 MERCURY M 4-dr. sedan .......................... SJWS7

57 BUICK ........... S2S Cask BUICK 4-dr. hardtop as Is .................... S11SS7
54 MERCURY SI45 Cask .. :
55 57 MERCURY CADILLAC ....... S34t SIM Cask Cask .. .. .. '- PLYMOUTH Cony. needs paint .................. 1740

54 57 PLYMOUTH BUICK ............ SM5 sara Cask Cash ,, 57 PLYMOUTH 4dr. sedan .......................... S42t
57 CHEVY ........ SSMS5M -
57 CHEVY ...... 57 CHEVROLET 2dr. sedan, V-8 standard shin SSft5t
STUDEBAKER S45 Cash : .. ....... ............
IS CHEVY WAGON SITS Cash Wins class! Beats Corvair Spyder Volvos rest of class BUICK 2-dr. hardtop ..... MO

,5' OLDS J-dr. hardtop ............................ 135.

ARDEN.STREIT 55 CHEY J-dr. sedan ._............................. <*I
in 250-km international race! Now 3-for-3 in U. S.!

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63 Rambler I .. ., . ; qk
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Classic 4-dr '660'. automatic. : : 'vY. +'A <:. ):;ga ,,t wt'. ?at.WSiCi:{ ) e .e
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air conditioned radio heat- .9. ;a 2 Lt; : :a 4
.r, lUte new In and out. Sedan l-C>wner, low mileage black finish. Whitewalltires. .':'
$2395 .r
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62 RAMBLERAmbassador .', a \t\Jn.a f3" 'y :a' 9 rwy Y 63 PONTIAC $2995 ;

400. wide bucketseats.
Automatic transmission. .
radio heater AIR CONDITIONED Catalina 2-dr. hardtop, factory air, power steering power : :
power steering power r a. ,'ta:::. k:' > brakes automatic transmission radio, heater power "
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steering, brakes, like :, F.v .a'< .
power .Y'y, .f.. 9' t}% ? .r t'aH i x:ih.xAa i'.l.Y.'y $seats solid white with red interior. 1-Owner 23,000actual .'..
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62 RAMBLERCustom :,' ''.. 62 FORD '. $12954dr.
4dr. Sedan automate -
radio, heater air Individual condl- .,Galaxie. Radio heater. 30,000 miles 1-Owner
toned power steering
reclining sect,. A beautiful .. white with blue interior.SPECIAL --
carl sw

$1695OPEN I "My Cortina ran perfectly '- SEBRING, FLA.-Mar. 20-Cortina took Its winning streak into the FIA- OF THE WEEKEND I

88MON.SAT. says World Champion' sanctioned 250-lcm race on Sebring's grueling 5.mile-circuit and came I .-

Driver Jim Clark out a winner-again! The competition-modified Cortina developed by 60 PONTIAC $1295 I
I 9-passenger station wagon, V-8, automatic trans
Meet our salesmen: Cart .
Davenport., P. O. Holder Lotus won over, a field of cars thatalso were. modified for this big international mission radio heater power steering and brakes. -:
Elmer Miller Clint Flem- t
ales ing and Albert Plant. event, Cortina now has class victories In 20'of its last 21 races

manager. In International competition and fe 3-for.3In its'VJS. debut Why does 61 FORD '. e e $1395 t

61 VALIANT ,this sporty sedan show up its challengers so regularly Because Cortina'and Ranch wagon factory air cond., radio heater, power -:4
4dr Sedan automatic transmission {Steering and power brakes V-8 engine, automatic :._
car heater, dean premium every other English Ford Line car-b built to take It. Rugged, sturdy transmission white with red interior. 36,000 actual .
miles. 1Owner. .
$995 ; construction, superior handling and'power. We're talking about features '

Ir you can see and feel 1 when drive Cortina visit .1'4dr.
60 Chevrolet 3 '' you a so your local English 61 CHEVROLET $1295 .

t-pauenger station wagon automatic _i Ford Line ,dealer. See and drive this new economy compact And take ., sedan automatic transmission, radio, heater, -;+
radla-heater low mite.Oe h'::
: white wall tires. Extra clean.
> Nlcel I Iii, along your familyor friends-this one has room for five. ..-

$1395 =

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59 BUICK ,. '"
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LeSabre station wagon automatic : f '.
steering, radio.and heater brakes. power Vlnyt ;. WE WILL NOT BE OPEN THIS EASTER SUNDAY! :..:

'Interior.- Extra nice car. MMy Cortina took that Se bring airport circuit Glee .: > ,: 9Sh :f Come by and meet these courteous salesmen L L Hlnson. ::.
$995 a Bud Thompson Bwford Branson. R. G. Clifton F.. P. Tuns-
real champion. It has what it takes to win on a track tall torn McEachern. "
that requires trlgger-quick shifting even braking and ; ; Line ,- .fOP.
59 FORD confident steering. I'm sure Americans are going to '
Country Squire f-pessenghr see a lot more,of this new economy compact-on .r 61 COMET $895
station wagon radio heater the track and on the road." -- '. . .:

automatic steering conditioning.and transmission brakes. Factoryair power : .J I"CORTINATHE 1-Owner, low mileage, standard shift, economy car. ..:..::

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$895No -:' .." ..'. 61 PLYMOUTH $895 ;

Down Payment / NEW ECONOMY COMPACT 2-dr. sedan radio heater, low mileage 1-Owner. :-:
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57 FORD wq$195 -
57 PLYMOUTH u $395 A CjjS > PRODUCT -.
57 CHEVY wagon $595 All OF OUR USED CARS HAVE '64 TAGS! =
59 RAMBLER waf., $595 -
55 CHEVY 4-dr $295 i WE WILL NOT BE OPEN THIS EASTER SUNDAY, ::::
59 OPEL, S da* .' $395 ...

Many. RIDGWAYMOTOR more to choose from. i CRANE MOTOR- CO TROPICAL PONTIAC 5tl'-


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Poole-Gable( Motors I SOME CARS GOING AT COST EXTRA! !

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WE NEED MORE '63 VALIANT 2-dr. V-200, AT, H, 14,500 mies.$1795! I READ ALLABOUT

I, '63 AMERICAN 4-dr. AT, heater, like new............$1325

'63 VW Station, Wagon, heater, only 7,000 mi. ........ $1645 I V_ "t IT!

ROOM! '62 VW 2-dr., sun roof, real sharp ............................ $1395 IN John Sales' Hipp i* making of Gainesville History Auto In I

. } '62 TEMPEST 4dr. wagon, radio and heater, nice .... $1595 .Volume,. are giving Sales .ears. .away Some.say. .

'j '61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. wag. ((2)) PS, PS, R, H, AT AC $1395 at Some'Wholesale wy that and we below.are selling then

We-ere selling these care at low low prices to make '61 PLYMOUTH 4dr. Savoy, AT, R Gr H, V-8 ........ $995 :, a some profit ask and how continue CM we to make sell j
rem for our new tuldinjs that are going'up. These are at these low prices Well i
I not- our VALUE.RATED c.". But price wise, there art 61 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr. 88, PS, PB, R & H, AT,. nice $1595 the answer Is VOLUME.' Wt j

_. save terrific buys! '60 RAMBLER 4-dr. wagon, OD, heater .................... $890 Me Independent Northcentral Dealer Florid and*this No.

.' 56 CADILLAC Coupe De 56 OLDSMOBILE '98' '60 DODGE 4-dr., PS, PB, A/C, AT. radio &, heater... $"45 ATUNIVERSITY '.: {.'" a U buy based more on.Volume. therefor sties We we !!

Vilfe. factory air, looks hardtop sedan. Factory '60 PLYMOUTH 2-dr. hardtop AT V-8 R & H, sharp $1095 s sell can sell more for which less. means Remember wo ;
and ,
runs good. $445 air a nice car but been in If. the Difference You. j
.. 5 5' CADILLAC- Coupe De stock too. long ... $295 '60 NEW YORKER, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, A/C. AT, R&H $1595 JOHN HIPP Pay That Counts."

Ville.' looks rough but runs 56 OLDSMOBILE hardtop 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB;, A/C, AT, R & H $1245

good . ....... $100 sedan, white and red, runs 59 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. AT heater V-8 nice $795 '
O.K. .... ...... $200 waaon. | 63 FORD $1995
55 CADILLAC Sedan 58 BUICK 4-dr.. HT, PS, PB, R & H. A/C, AT ............ $745 '
Ught green. Looks and 55 OLDSMOBILE '88" : 45 Falrlane 500, 4-dr., V-8, automatic, radio tr heater.
runs OX ..__. .., $200 2-dr. ........ $150 58 CHEVROLET 2-dr., heater. 6 cylinder economical

5t OLDSMOBILE Super 52 OLDSMOBILE Sedan, 57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr., HT, ((2)) AT, R & H, nice .... $395 '64 Corvette $4995Sting
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88 hardtop coupe, white runs surprisingly good $99
and pink .. ...... $795
57 BUICK Super hardtop Ray Cpe, loaded Including! ;:factory air.
.: OLDSMOBILE '88 Se. sedan clean one owner $$$ SPECIAL $$$

c dan."d.white.....and....black. $695 air 33,000 actual' miles $495 I '63 PLYMOUTH FURY 4-dr. hardtop, power steering, radio I '62 CHEV $2195

; 54 BUICK sedan .. $150 & heater automatic V-8 air conditioning. '53 CHEVROLETGood
F 58, ,
OLDSMOBILE 98' -- Impala, Convertible, V-8, power steering Power
Convertible. Sharp $"5 56 CHEVROLET V-8. radio second car. i glide radio &: heater.
heater, automatic L $2895
I 58 OLDSMOBILE '98' trans .... ... .... $195 $88 '
hardtop sedan. Factory 58 'CHEV $595
t# air. We overhauled the 58 FORD hardtop '

motor .. ... ..... $795 coupe .. .......... $295 CORVAIR Biscayne 2-dr., V-8 automatic, radio heater..

1. 58( OLDSMOBILE Super SB MERCURY, Montclair $$$ SPECIAL $$$ 4-speed, maroon with matching interior i white walls,
", '88 h.rdtop'coupe.. Fair sedan, factory air, needs radio Cr heater. '63 VW . $1595
condition _._.. .. $395 and motor interior.work Make clean offer.body '60 OLDSMOBILE 2-door automatic, power brakes, heater. $2188

57 OLDSMOBILE '88' Save Radio heater ,and whltewalts. Like new.
Sedan. Factory air. Runs $1045 '
62 'FORD
O.K. but been in stock too 58 PLYMOUTH Sedanlong' '64 lSAVE $
....... .._. $395 .air conditioned .. $495 Ranchwogon, blue &white with matching Interior, standard -

trans. Showroom, new.
1 YEAR G.W.' WARRANTYSEE $1488

,8&6 MOTOR CO. '56 BUICK |'63 CAD. $4995

Loaded, like new.
Frank Gray, Pete Compton, Mac McCullough, Wilbur Stigh Black & white with matching' interior! ,' V-8, automatictrans.
2001 NW 13th FR 6-7515 I ., heater. One-owner. '
"We Will Not Be Undersold or Out-Traded" I II $588 62 FALCON $1595Futura

I Sport Coupe, radio & heater.

t, NOW IS THE TIME Hawes Powers Motor Co. '62 CORVAIRFawn '
with red interior standard trans., radio Gr heater.. 63 FORD$2895Galaxle

Get That Netv UsedAutomobile $1588 500 4dr. hardtop, bucket seats, PS & PB.
or Sales and Service
Plymouth-Valiant-Chrysler-Simca, auto., radio &: heater,

312 N. Main Street Phone FR '6.3400 i '61 TR-3 '

I Roadster, red with black interior! 4 speed, radio 63 Pontiac $3595Bonneville
& heater..
4-dr. hardtop, auto., factory air, PS, PB,
$1288 radio &: heater.


. I '63 CHEVROLETWhite .'59, Pontiac C $1395

BARKLEY MOTORS HAS with. turquoise interior, excellent cond., V8, automatic Bonneville 4dr. hardtop, auto.. PS GPB, radio &
trans., neater', power steering fir brakes. heater. '

: ,.- .. ,- ... ', $1788- -
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I % '63 CHEVROLET'Impala 62 Mercury $1795

Meteor 4-dr. sedan auto., radio & heater PS &: PB.
white with blue interior, extra clean, 4 dr., VSOl
automatic trans., air,conditioning, radio, heater, power '
steering & brakes. FALCON $1595

I T $2788 2-dr., deluxe heater standard trans. *
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IMMEDIATE DELIVERY '63 ,COMET $1795Custom

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RATE 2-dr., 6,000 miles, heater standard trans.
I FINANCINGHIGHEST

I I' I f TRADE-IN VALUE *55 FORD.$395.2dr.
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1 1 1 FULL YEAR GW WARRANTY
., Custom, automatic, radio &: heater V-8.


AWAY '59 OPEL '63 CHEVY $2895Impala
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DAD'SDad 2 dr., grey with matching Interior
4-dr. hardtop, V-8, PS, automatic, radio 6-
$188 heater.


(Mr. Barkley) went to the ROOTES factory in England. "He said take care of the busi '
62 VOLVO
ness", and we are really' going to surprise him. Young Billy Barkley started chopping prices, MOST DEALERS PAY
Black with white interior. 4 speed with heater.
giving huge trade-ins, and FINANCING ANYBODY & EVERYTHING! Dad will be back soon, $1488 MORE THAN WHAT

so you better hurry amHsfe: advantage.

i WE SELL THEM FOR!
THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY & SUNDAY I I 64 PL PLYMOUTH

4-speed transmission radio &: heater

64 FORD .. .. .. $3995 62 FORD ...... $1995 61 CORVAIR .. $1099 61 FORD .... .. $1795; 60 CHEVY .... $1595 $2788 '
X-L 504 this car Is loaded Including 4-dr sedan equipped with au- Rampslde pickup truck. Really 2-dr Galaxle 500. Automatic Impala 4-dr. power 62 T-BIRD $3195
factory air Condltlonl omatic power steering radio a sharp truck. You lust cant air conditioned radio ,heater steering, radio ;Acetic; ; ; pan
Low mileage Then Is real hater Yes. Ifs air conditioned buy better anywhere. A really Writ car ready to go. '
I savings here, a practically tool A good car that ls reedy U. pin't 54 CHEVROLET 2-dr. hardtop, 'loaded factory air
t MW car to go. 61 OLDS .... ... $2195 61 CHRYSLER $1695 59 RENAULT .. $595
tf hardtop coupe fully Newport 2-dr hardtop, fully' b. 1 Y.t ton truck. Cabin chassis. 2 speed axle, new tires.
63 T-IIRD .. .. $3995 62 CADILLAC :. $3695 equipped Including automatic: equipped Including; air candle Dauphine. Here real econ- '
J. Fully quipped. Including air. 4-dr, fully equipped, Including DOWer steering, brakes radio", tI&np. See this to appreciate amy. A good second car.eendItlo&n. $588 63 FORD $2695Galaxie
: Brand new tire* air conditioning 15.000 actualmiles. hater Plus factory air conditioning. a real special..
A beautiful art You can check with the ...
59 HILLMAN $595
500 4-dr., automatic PS radio & heater.
original owner. See this like ;
63 PONTIAC. .. $2995 61 DODGE $1195 out today.. '
new beauty. 61 CORVAIR: $1195 Lancer 2-dr hardtop. ..utom.tlC.CIIedt. this little car 62 FORDGalaxie
t-ar. fully quipped sharp
1 dt.ard''r s t e e r I n a. 62 CHEVROLET $1999 'TOO' 4-dr, low mlieioe. Real I radio neater, clean as a pin.If' '
brakes. automatic radio",neater, Convertible. automatic, power clean. See this one to appreciate 59 CHEVY ... $745 hardtop, solid black interior, V-8 Automatictrans. 62 CHEVY $1595
whit wall tlrev J PLUS factory steering radio heater, a reel a real fine buy I 60 CHEVY ..... $1595 ., radio, air conditioning &: power steering. '
alt This car' ls lust like new. nice car. Mow's the time to Convertible automatic, power Station wagon, automatic, ra Ber- 1r "6" heater.
buy that converttblel 61 MERCURY ... $1695 steering* radio, heater. A heater. Save yourself some $1988 2-dr., standard trans.,
6) FORD .. .... $2395 seer hardtop, power steering clean convertible. See this nedin. on this one.
Galaxle 500 2-dr hardtop, automatic 62\VALIANT .. $1295 radio heater, automatic aIr today '
power steering, radio. 4-dr V-J09 series, radio, heat- conditioning. Yes. Ifs a real 59 BUICK ...... $1095 64 FORD. .. $3195
heater, white wad tires. Save er. A real sharp car. beautiful car that Is extra 60 CHEVY .. ... $1495 60, CHEVROLET ,
... ,
hundreds of dollars here cle. Impala 2-dr hardtop. Remember 4-dr automatic radio heater
62 CHEVROLET $1695 Ifs the difference you pay power steering and brakes.5t White with gray interior,' V-8. automatic trans., radio Galaxie 500.. 2-dr. hardtop, V-8, Crusem atic. PS,
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CORVETTE $3995 J-dr. V4 engine automatic 61 FORD .... $1795 that counts. radio &
Sting Ray. *. H.P. engine. !- transmission. power steering J-dr GlluSt 500, -automatic, LINCOLN .... $995 &: heater., ;
top* 4-in-the-floor transmission radio and heater. The very air conditioned too. radio heat 60 T-BIRD ..... $1995 $388
4-dr hardtop fully equipped Including heater.FORD.$1095
radio heater whit wall tins cleanest one In GaInesvU'A
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real good buy for someone air
Loaded Including factory : :
air
Your chancel 62 SUNBEAM .. $1795 how about you! conditioning. This car Is clean factory, conditioning. [ 60
Alpine sports are ThU little Inside and out. See and drive '
63 CHEVROLET $2595 57 CADILLAC... $195
beauty ls extra clean and 61 E. FORD ..... $595 It today! 63 VALIANT
Impala sports coupe equipped Ranch ,
Wagon brakes automatic
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steering
power &
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-wtth power steering automatic ready ,to got 2- See this little es saver. Loaded Including. factory .> I
transmission radio" heater a 62 CHEVY .. ... $2095 lust right for fitting your 60 IORGWARD .. $ 595 conditioning 2-dr.. hardtop, white with red Interior, bucket. '''seats, radio & heater,
real sharp carl 4 to choose f ram! Impala 4-dr budget. Station wagon. An excellent 6 cylinder automatic heater & air cond.
buy 57 FORD ....... $195
'tIlJ I FORD, ...... $2395 sedan automatic transmission 61 FALCON ".... $1195 $2288 I '
power steering" radio and lINt- 59 Cadillac $2095
Galaxie SOn 4-dr fully equipped er. Came get your choice while 2-dr ready real clean. car. We ere 60 OPEL ....... $lt5 Good fishing car. ,
Including automatic transmitthe selection Is still to move this one and }dr, 11000 actual miles. The .," '
good.
slob power steering radio. we will trade rlghtl spent ha* never been wt the 57 FORD ..... $495 'r I Fleetwood 4dr.., loaded including factory air.
white wall tires. Com1 TRIUMPH ... $1795TRX 62 CHEVROLET
ground. Like new. I<<. radio neater.: Real clean
pare 61 CORVAIR. ... $1195
the quality and price on lust like new In every respect rues good. A good buy More
this car anywhere In the state except prlcel This 4-dr W.nil, low mileage.for 60 TIt-J ... $1395 Convertible creme with matching interior. Super Sports "Many To Choose From"WE .
63 CHEVROLET $2595 62 CORVAIR ... $1695 you to save, save.opportunity You owe It t; yourself to see 56 LINCOLN ...,. $495 V-8, automatic, radio &: heater, air cond. power win '
Impala'.4-dr hardtop. Full factory Menu 4-dr. 4-speed transmission this fine little cart It Is Immaculate Fully equipped Including factory dows.Like new. SELL. TO
equipment. This Is a fine\ radio heater. Hezt:I is real l 61 MERCURY.. $1695 Inside and out. air. :
car at a price you can't afford good economy with a sporty !par hardtop, power steermg $2588
to turn down tiairl automatic radio. heater, air 60 SUNBEAM .. $1299. 55 CADILLAC .... $S9S- SELL AGAINNO
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i conditioned too. A pretty car Alpine extra dean. A. .
62 FORD .... $ 195 61 FALCON .... $1195 good bargain. Loaded. -
sedan fully equipped Including l-dr. sedan We have cut this
4-dr
61 FALCON .... $1195 60 FIAT .-...... $1095 MS. rferrkceatra Florida for 25
automatic transmission price so low that It cant last rrwt ever years'
power steering MIld radio and long so you better hurry 4-dr.: radio" heater.ar a sharplime Spider this car Is dean andready 55 FORD. ....... $495 ( REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED)
worth
heater See this car today well more to go today! Convertible. See IMs one t*
61 WICK .. .. $1195 money
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': To Emerge Alachua CountyAgent's Carelessness Is a Snake Pit' Corner CountyAgents


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r With SpringWith Of .To GardenersBy YELVINGTON
pr By WftBURN C. FARRELL Danger By JIM
Agricultural Extension Service Agricuhnral Extension Service
the advent of warm
weather, one of the homeown- ___._'u ___ I HERVEY SHARPE container. Storing small you limping to a first aid sta I .

er's old enemies is starting to Agricultural Extension Service 'at the same time. This allows I Agricultural Extension Service amounts ,of pesticides in a tion. Or a rake left in the I Agricultural Extension Service bell, director of 'the Division of

".- crawl out of hiding and swarm All swine producers entering the cukes to be harvested in one Hobbies like gardening, spare baking powder canon. a driveway could cost you several HORSE OWNERS: Animal Industry, encephalitis-
in the balmy spring air., animals in the Feeder Pig Saleto II operation to save labor. Planting I catching rattlesnakes and scu- box for powdered milk is inviting installment payments on an Here's reminder from

The enmy is the destructive, be held at the Gainesville is in 36-inch rows and the ba diving -can be dangerous. a one-way trip. to the hospital. -auto tire. I your horses,, also known as "stag

'- wood eating termite, whose Livestock Market April 9 are plants will be thinned to six I Experts say that each hobby the :commissioner of agriculture, gers," Is a virus disease car.
in
'. mealtime habits cause an esti- urged to send their entries in to I inches in the row. 1 is safe-if you know the tricksof Never store pesticides near guard When against working cuts and garden infec, Doyle Conner, that Florida horse red! by birds and spread bj

: mated $25-30, million year in the coimty.agent's office as soon This experiment is being carried the trade. However, it would owners would be wise to vac- from birds to her
foods of any kind. For ,safety's tions. Protect all cuts with proper mosquitoes
damages, say Florida Agriculture as possible.We out in cooperation with I seem safer to pick up a plant cinate their animals now as a
sake, keep food in the kitchen antiseptic coverings. Remove It is not transmissible from
ses.
Service
. Extension special have a great deal of buyer :'Michigan State University; the I by the nape of its neck than a cabinets and chemicals in a all foreign matter, such preventive measure against en- horses to humans.
National Pickle Packers Association reptile. cephalitis.
" ists.There two major kinds of interest at this time and prospects squirming locked cabinet ,out in.the tool as glass, metal and wire from
are commercial harvesting
for a good sale are excellent a I Also, the aches received from
;:. termites in Florida the subterranean 1 and the Florida shed. your flower bed. "There isja high rate of mor- The virus affecting horses ii
, and the,, ,d r y wood so enter your animals Agricultural company Extension Ser stooping to transplant are less Tools Use gloves if your skin is tality among horses that con- the "Eastern" type which is'different
early so they tan be field in- harmful than bends caused by "
_ types. The subterra n e a n or You are in for,a shocking experience tender or susceptible to rash. tract the disease, Conner from the "St. Louis'
spected. vice.Another underwater activities.The if electric states, "so it is advisable to act
use
ground- dwelling termite, which experiment of inter you Also, wear sturdy shoes and strain found in humans in certain
nests in the ground and must be New Production Methods worst danger for gardeners l hedge clippers or a lawn mow- garments for now before warm weather Florida's'west
appropriate pro of
> in constant contact with the soil \Production practices for growing est in Alachua County involves is not following the label er with a frayed 'power'cord.. tection while, working thorny when it is apt to be spread." parts

f: to survive, chews up 90 per cent crops are constantly chang Gay three, different LaCrosse;growers D&C ,Ranch B. 0., when applying pesticides., Using So check all power cords before plants like roses.If _According to Dr. C. L. Camp coast two years ago.Producers.
f : of the damaged wood in the ing and Alachua County farmers a pesticide properly is no plugging them in this
Santa Fe and Haufler Brothers "don'ts" discouraging
; ,all these are -
more dangerous than
; state. always like to be first to try driving spring. A winter-weary cord
" Gainesville. They are using an auto. But remember don't give up gardening Attention Livestock !
The drywood termite makes anything new and promising. !an care may have developed an, ,old -
asphaltic base material Encap, Remember
for -
Clifford Lewis Alachua has lessness with a chemical or a sky-diving.
his home directly in the wood age crack in its ,insulationthat
which is water emulsion of mistakes
make
a -
and does not depend on the soil. planted approximately 10 acres ,car can cause death. will cause an electric cur- you can many
to live. of a new, short,vine type pickle petroleum resins. According to Even though you read the directions rent to shock 'you into'doing a and be a, successful gardener -I If you hart hop or cattle to
r Mason Marvel, vegetable crops but if forget to pull
Termites eat wood for the cel- cuke that grows upright. One last week you sell im the future
specialist with the, Extension pause againto fast-stepping Charleston in one had it! now or, plus s.
the you've
lulose which is their staff of batch of the seed was ripcord
review the instructions
Service, this type material has on quick lesson. contact on* of the buyer at
life. Since the insects cannot digest in Chile and the other
grown Then
the labeL take care to
been used Tools around the Copeland Sausage Company and
on crops experimentally lying on
the cellulose, they have batch was grown in Australia. heed all directions, cautions and Fast Craft
here in Florida for several
ground can cause an accident.It give them an, opportunity to
many protozoa in their stomach last winter. The plantings have warnings.And .
years and is now being used is a fact that,stepping on' a buy livestock. ,
which break down the cellulose been staggered so they can be even if the directions MOSCOW (AP-The world'sfastest your
into foods which their harvested mechanically most commercially on cantaloupes in hoe can cause the handle to flyup'
as
simpler don't river hydrofoil craft hasbeen
Arizona. base materials say so, play it safe by
Asphaltic with such force ,
to
system can assimilate.tor ot the cukes are set on the vine as planta built in the Soviet Union, COPELAND OFFERS YOU
also have been tried extensively wearing gloves, sleeves rolled goose-egg size bump on ,
., .. your Tans claimed Thursday. The Soviet
L on large acreages of cot down and collar buttoned.
noggin, plus shattering
M your said the 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
vessel
ton in Texas with good results. Wearing shorts is taboo when glasses. I news agency
4 The experiment at Haufler applying chemicals in the gar has a top speed of 68 miles
Bradford CountyAgenfs : Brothers is being carried out When rakes are left on the per hour and can carry 150 pas 1. Cash market every day.,
den.If ground, be sure that teeth are sengers. It is driven by gas turbines .
on watermelons, while B. 0. you should spill some pesticide 2. No commission.
down. A false step on a rake with water jets rather
Gay and D&C Ranch are using material on yourself, remove
CornerBy with teeth up could well send than screws. 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs.4. .-
the
material
on beans. The material the contaminated cloth-

r of> is sprayed on in approximately ing and wash with soap and Can furnish hauling for. sufficient quantities.

G. T. HUGGINS a r 10-inch bands after water. Even if you don't spill SEE US 'FOR COMPLETE SELECTION OF

Agricultural Extension Service f.V... planting the seed. Its purpose the pesticide, always wash II CALL COLLECT 462-1011
,is to the soil reduce RECORDING TAPEAND
--- ., warm evap- your hands and face after a
G. T. HUGGINS t ions little late for Dration erosion I _
By | area some protect against session with a spray can.
Agricultural Extension Service but maybe a little remindei reduce leaching and establish If you should feel sick after S CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK

THE LULL AFTER THE might be helpful for some. inifonn and rapid germination, applying a pesticide, contact the TAPE RECORDERSBlack's NORMAN VEECH
STORM was the feeling Tues as well as stimulate growth
1. Seat clean plants, that are family doctor. In such an em-
day morning at 7:30 when free of disease or insects. Lookat soil bacteria due to warming action ergency be sure to take the pesticide *

Bernice and Linda left for them good before they arc of the asphalt. After the. container or the label to CopelandSAUSAGE
Jacksonville. There, they were pulled. :rop is matured, the asphalt the hospital with you. Audio Service

to get on a plane at 9:40: and !mulch will be incorporated into If there is only a "dab' of
eat lunch in New York, I 2. Set them in the field just a: the soil.
the chemical left over, don't 229 W. University Ave Phone 372-0440 COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA
believe after So far, all I have mentioned I .
at 12:30. They were soon pulling as possible. remove it from its original
to immediately start on their You will notice a difference in are advantages, but we all know

list of scheduled activities. The this setting practice as compared -every material has some disadvantages ,0 .

few days before were pretty to setting plants that have too. Shile the material

trying after Linda came home been pulled several days. helps germinate the watermelonof Look what Ford'stotal
the Wednesday before with the bean seeds, it also will do
1 3. Wire worm preventive is
measles. Well, a call to our doc' the same job for weeds. Another
brought four kinds of pills good insurance. Good materials thing to consider is that

for her and one kind for Mama.I that can be added to transplant special pressure type equipmentis
I water are chlordane, heptachlor to
required keep the material
deep sure appreciation want to express for all our the I or diazinon. Follow label instructions from foaming, and it is messy performance laboratories
for
mixing amounts. to handle. We think
kindness .from all the people in though, the
You well know that any plant advantages will far
outweighthe
them to make .
helping this trip.Linda's
grows off better if you give it a disadvantages. :

hoping that greatest she would concern.representour was good start. Incidentally, Dr. Victor Net- .

TOMATOES ARE a must for ties, with the Florida Agricultural
people, our county and our weekend !
great strawberry industry so the home garden. Good varieties Experiment Station, has brewed last

that we would be proud. Wednesday will be found at your garden -been working with asphaltic materials up

was Strawberry Day in supply store if you did several years and will be .
New York City. We hope mil- not grow your plants. able to show you the results of

liions of people will know more Don't let the cutworms chew his experiments at the annual
Vegetable Field competition is the :
about strawberries than ever them down. Get some chlordane Day to be held Open super
did before. bait and sprinkle around at this the Horticulture Unit later proving ground Ford uses to test its
spring.
TOBACCO SETTING sugges- plants after you set them. specially modified cars and its ideasto

Farm Children'sPlace the ultimate. Every time Ford

goes to the races-win or tose-yoM ;

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Down to EarthIn 'rmM in School always win.We always (learn something .y
,
that helps us build a better '

Not in Fields car. Last weekend we had two of

Levy County these "laboratories" l1IIIII IIg-the r; z ,
ATLANTA, Ga., (Special) -
Half-mile NASCAR stock car trade.,
"Children of any age may workon
By LEONARD OOBB farms after school hours, on at Bristol,TeniL, and the punishing $lRR lf3R' fa

Agricultural Extension Service weekends or holidays, but when 5.2-mile road course at Sebring,

school in in session, youngsters Fla. Here are the results'
By LEONARD COBB ner, based on the percentage ,of under 16 belong in the class
Agricultural Extension Service extra large kernels. Average room."
FLORIGIANT peanuts was support price to the Levy Coun- That's the work from Henry BRISTOL 250-MILE, STOCK CAR RACE:

the topic of discussion at the ty grower was $250 last year. A. Huettner, regional directorof FORDS 1st AND tad

Levy County Farm Bureau 7. Mixson Crop Dryer is makIng the U.S.,Labor Department's This tough, tight half mile oval revealed a

meeting this month. A panel of plans to provide, storage for Wage and Hour and Public Contracts new dimension in Ford V-8 power and under

.. peanut growers who had grown the Florigiant peanuts grown Divisions, the agency scored Ford's superior handling as Fred
this variety discussed the production for commercial purposes in which administers the child-la Lorenzen passed:; the checkered flag nine seconds
ahead of fireball Robert's charging Surefooted Ford handling was a big factor on the Bristol hatf-nnle oval.
harvesting and handling this area bor provisions of the Fair Labor
of the Florigiant.Last 8. Most growers harvested Standards Act. Galaxie and a full lap ahead of the third 4* y t.

year, this variety produced their peanuts around 135 days The Act sets a 16-year age place Plymouth.
2,355 pounds acre on from planting date. Plowing minimum for children '
per workingin
;
ENDURANCE RACE
SEBRING 12-HOUR ; x r ; : x..
402 acres. This compared with them up was a problem, as H 4 q ;
agriculture when school is in FORD-POWERED COBRAS 1st,2nd AND 3rd y.3 o l
1,470 pounds per acre averagefor the pegs on this variety are session in the district where the IN GRAND TOURING CATEGORY
the county on other harvested much longer than on the regular sx
child is living while working. It ,
Through 12 endless boars these incredible Yy
and must be
peanuts. runner plowed .
applies to employment in interstate
little V-S's ground down the world's finest
Panel members included J. deeper.9. This bruises easier commerce or in the production road cars:; They broke six years of Ferrari .
P. Sandlin, Wardell Fugate, C. variety of goods for interstate domination by outrunning and outlasting
than small seeded variety.All .
fie
R. Lowman, R. S. Graham, W. commerce.
waited to pick the every one of the famous Italian GT production
C. Graham and E. E. Carter. growers "This means the law's child- S as '
peanuts until they would rattle ears. At the 10 pjn. finish only three -
Also taking part in the dis- n the bulL Very little damageless labor provisions are applicable special prototype entries were still ahead of "

cussion were Frank' Bullock, ( than one per cent) occur! to farmers who ship products, the flying Cobra nd there were five Cobras .
County ASCS office manager, red when,this practice was followed or have reason to believe that in the top ten. 'y" V!$ x
and Luther Turner; representingGold their products will be shippedinto :

Kist Peanut Division" of other states,",Huettner ex SEBMNG STOCK CAR RACE: ..
10. This variety cannot be
Cotton Producers Association. plained. This includes farmers 1st, FORD; tad, FALCON 3rd, CORTINA
dried in sacks in the field and
The consensus of the panel of all growers dried their peanutsin who supply canneries which ship Run the day before Searing's big one, this
growers was: a mechanical dryer. the canned goods out of the 250-kilometer contest for international stockcars

1. It takes better management 11. The ,Florigiant lends Itself state. proved the total scope of Ford's total
better care and closer observation well to sandy soil and Some families follow the crops performance. The entry list had just one big

to grow the Florigiant should not be grown on heavy from one state to another. Huet Galaxie, one compact Falcon, three English .
variety. clay soils. It is wen adapted to tner said that the law applies Ford fine Cortina GTs and they finished just

2. Fertilierrequire 'are most soils in this area. equally to children of these migrant that way 1,2,3. Ford poatr favt Cobra the GT vtctoiy at Sebnng...and true raid point lead.

about the same Most growers 12. Most growers realized families. The only excep- Yes, the total performance laboratories y f 4 ';
broadcast their fertilizer aheadof about $50-75 per acre more tion is the child working exclusively ran full bore last weekend, applying the acid I bWed3

planting and disked it in. I profit than with regular run- for his parents or guardian test of' open competition to our cars' and'en-

3. Dusting or spraying for insect ner peanuts they bad grown. on their own farm. gines. We're convinced-and: 'we have the -

and disease control should Turner, the Gold Kist representative "If state and federal laws on records+ to prove itr-that there's no better way -- .-
start.earlier or &bout'the, time! reported that he did: the employment of children dif to make cars better,fast An you have to do to

when the plants are the size of not know at the time bow weD fer." Huettner added, "the higher convince yourself is to drop in at your Ford

a saucer. the Florigiant variety would be standards should be observed. dealer's and take a test drive;he's got ears : y :...
4. More dusting or sprayingis accepted in the trade. He said ." that can: talk for themselves, loud and dear -" _- ,
TIne kids of Ford butt cars-Ford.: Falcon and EngfisJvbudt Corbna-finshedl-23inFrida/s25aUoiBettf stockcarUstoaScbrfaifdrcutt.TW waaaaaasmar
needed. Most growers dusted they bad met quite a bit of

or sprayed 6 to 10 times du resistance in normal well-estab, He's Still Spry TOTAL PE eiM 1CE'FOR A CITE! :.
Ing growing season on a 10- lisped peanut processing and 1'c"o \ '-"

day to two-week interval. candy companies but this .is PHILADELPHIA (AP-Fred .. ... <., FO HD '
5. Applications of gypsum or often true for any new variety. Schoen, a bank messenger, :.

land plaster is absolutely necessary The Florigiant has not been chased a gunman two blocks'lbursdayto .... _, -.n. .. .i.' ,:
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regardless of calcium onthe market, commercially recover an attache : .'" '- F't' '.. "
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content of the, soil PH or soil and mast still prove itself as. case containing business papers <- .) : '< : ; naaett ......s+w gM.autt. : '

test. Most growers applied 500- a competitor of other Virginia that had been grabbed from "
600 pounds in two applicationsafter types. him. SHAW K KEETER MOTOR CO. INC. ::1

will be available ,
plants started blooming. Florigiant seed The gunman dropped the case. '

6. Virginia type peanuts are through regular'. channels I Schoen picked it up,,then called '
supported. at approximately $30, for growers wishing to plant t police. 238 W..Univ. Ave. Gainesville, Fla.r il .

per tone more than regular,run- them. Schoen is 84 years old. !

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