Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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,I : V: :::2: 88th Year No. 228 GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, SUNDAY 'MARCH 29,}, '1964. aura: WEEK DAO.T AND SUNDAYDELIVERED :
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It e Thousands Flee As Tidal Wave' Pounds Town

.. ,
f CRESCENT CITY, Calif. (AP>' .- sent five-foot waves across an cent City with officials looking

\ A huge tidal wave rolled out 'DeadL" area 14 blocks long. over highway sites in a state-

\ from the Pacific over this lum- Scores Feared, Cars were scattered like toyson park area. Then he moved.

.. 'l P fr w y '..vti bering and fishing town shortly top of each other,. under south to Eureka for the nIght. *

after Friday midnight, drown buildings and on top I of build Saturday, he surveyed the- "
Crescent -
i ing at:least 10 persons. Cityplants wave damage from a plane.,__
At least 70
y.J ings.Many persons were reported
N The, tidal wave, loosed by a stores were knocked off injured by the onrush ot.
L h violent Alaska earthquake, in- ''their foundations.
r1 4'j eiploded and burned, Crescent City is 340 miles water. Ten or more had to betaken -
jured scores and caused all 3,000 when water short-circuited elec.: north of San Francisco near theCaliforniaOregon Daly Brothers, a big depart. to hospitals. .,.

..yipA' ,townspeople to flee for their tric lines.Mayor border. ment store lost all its merchan-

lives. dise. The same was true of the
Peepe made
r R. rnS 4 b A'n As many as ,50 people, were his own rough estimate of the There was no warning for the Ben Franklin MerchandiseStore. Coast .

reported unaccounted for., approach of the tidal wave.Residents -. . .
damage. He ,came up with $35
\ -zx All 150 downtown business nPHon- knew about it only,,after Part of the Citizens Dock on

.stores .were either wrecked or Most of the downtown area is it hit the waterfront was wiped out

i damaged.I along Front Street which*is on .Actually:the tidal,wave itself Only Friday, Gov. Edmund G. Hit Hard

; ( Four big gasoline storage Crescent City harbor. fed Elk Creek which ;in turn Brown motored through Cres-

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Toll Racing tidal waves spawnedby

I Earthquake Friday earthquake night's: violent Alaskan -...

Drowned at least 11 personsIn

Oregon and California; left : t

six missing and injured scores;
Arrow indicates ravaged Anchorage Spread damage down the 1

West Coast of North America; j'

Low Caused city evacuations in l

World NotesResurrection Surprisingly Hawaii and Japan; t

of Overturned Mexico. boats In the Gulf J'

Crescent City Calif., 340 miles

north of San Francisco on the (

1, Pacific Coast appeared to be v

the hardest hit The backwash i

of a creek fed by the tidal wave

Election Lawsuit Explained Alaska action rolled fivefoothighwaves ,

r'i into the town. There was
NEW'YORK (AP) -Christians by the millions'aroun'dthe no warning. 1

world will observe Easter Sunday in a theme of
J Surveys Bodies of 10 who drownedwere
1 tcumenical good will.
y recovered. Three
Pope Paul VI extended a Roman Catholic "well-wishing persons
wereimissing. Fifty-nine were
Easter salute to the Oriental churches" and "greetings and f .r,Rf04to,fi
=o., injured! All 150 downtown stores
to all the .
peace Anglican Damage
,. were damaged. Power lines
HawthorneMan churches: tt. short ircuited by the water
Catholics and Protestants '
touched off big gasoline plant
alike win flock to churches to ---.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP- fires.
observe the resurrection of .. .
Dies In Christ. '1-' One of history's mightiest earthquakes At Beverly Beach State Park,

spread terrible devastation near Depoe Bay, Ore., 80 miles
r : Sunrise services, will be held d"" \
in Alaska, but the still- southwest of Portland Mr.and
at such varied locales as moun- t.
301.Crash fjt. quivering ruins Saturday Mrs. Monte McKenzie'' and four
\iI< snowy
tain tops and in Radio City.Mu- .
'. Y I. ..'x'. M'rr night yielded a surprisingly children were camping out Jn
sic Hall in New York City. ;.
; low toll of known dead. sleeping bags. One .child
A, Hawthorne f
56-year-old gra- The Easter'weekend, was an :
der \' ..1' r :..... ",' The governor's office in un drowned, the other three are
; for the County.Road Department occasion, too, for travel and :" .:;,.. .

was killed yesterday family reunions. ,... ., .'.;-" ...: ';;# itf.1 \ ,... harmed Juneau far to the southof ,missingano' '"feared washed out.'

in:air accident. on U.S. 301 at 'Kennedy International Airportin > ; .- ,. .. the quake center, reportedtotal to sea. -
> At San Francisco's famed
f' deaths in America's
Txtchloosa. largest
New York all- <
reported an :;;
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Fisherman's Wharf
Guy Payton was pronounced time record for operations with i ; --. .... state might not'exceed 50. snug
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and takeoffs in >>> "Casualties less than
dead on arrival at Alachua General t 1,352 landings a are we
in the fish
bring suddenly
Hospital ,shortly after the 24-hour period topping a prev- ever dreamed they could be," dropped four feet and
accident about 1:30 yesterday Jous'mark of 1,147. said Secretary of State Hugh that much.
abruptly rose .
afternoon.A President Johnson had arranged Wade.
"The water rose about six feet
Philadelphia Melvin 'a quiet weekend at his Authoritative figures were unlikely "
attorney, above normal all at once, said
Alan Bank who ranch outside of Austin, Tex. for several days.
was driving O. C. Boston .
north on 301 was treital for The weekend began with City Attorney Osee Fagan, right, outlines the legal points of Dr. Edwin An Anchorage, Seward, Valdez New, night Orleans'watchmanat Industrial

chest injuries and shock at Ala something of a religious rarity drews' suit,contesting his defeat by Byron Winn to Commissioners Ed Turlington and and a score of smaller communities Faraway Canal the Gulf

., dma General. Good Friday and the start of ,Alan Sutherland, from left. The commission met in special?session .Friday to discuss on the Gulf of Alaska dug Mexico.In on of
the Jewish Passover falling on the suit '
through frigid rubble and reeled
State Trooper Fred SoweH many distant spots, fear of
the same day.
;Jr. said witness to the accident apprehensively from at least 42 what might happen surpassedwhat
"It was' as if the calendarwere
aftershocks from the great cataclysm
I said Payton was driving ; trying to underline the : actually did. j
south 301 at about 50 of 5:36 p.m., 10:36 pjn. In Hawaii where all
on m.pJuand Declares Election major
brotherhood of said the ; :
man, Mayor : : (EST) Good Friday evening.
turned left onto a county New.York,JournalAmerican.Good Islands were washed by six tid
President declaredthe
road crossing: the path of the al waves there was minor flood
marked the
northbound Bank station wag Friday state'a major disaster area ing only on Maul. But on the
crucifixion of Christ; Passoverthe and pledged all federal govern big island of Hawaii I
on. hundredsfled
Suit Harmful GainesvilleBy
Jewish exodus from slavery.In to ment resources in providing aid.
the of Hilo remembering
Force of the collision sent the another quirk of the calen- city -
Gov. William Egan estimatedthe
Payton compact station wagon dar, most Eastern Orthodox bygone death-dealing tidal
cost through the state at a
off the west side of the highway Christians will observe Easteron JEAN CARVER -7l1. | reserve comment until return- claims evidence of illegal registration conservative minimum of $250 waves. Similar evacuations took I ,

into a dItch: T"- May 3 because of a variancein Son,Staff Writer '! ing to Gainesville tonight violations in pre million. place at Kushiro, on Japan'sHokkaido \

Sowell said the witness, a calculating the day of the J cincts and specifies election 'Anchorage, Alaska's largest Island, and in the
Mayor Howard McKinneytold is not the (
"Winning or losing Philippines.
friend, of, Payton's who also resurrection.In the Gainesville Com- and 'registration violations in city with a metropolitan area

works for the county, said Pay- the Holy Land, worshippers mission In a special City session question said. "This involved is Andrews to precincts: that vote at, West- population of 100,000, suffered

ton waved to him as he turned ,knelt at the Tomb of unimportant wood Junior High and Buch-, spectacular damage from the
Friday that Dr. Edwin Andrews' Election'
me. irregularities ,are
into the path'of Bank's car. Christ holz Junior, High.
shock, but official death tallies
lawsuit contesting his'defeat' important to me and the whole 'THE EARTH'
The Highway Patrol reportedPayton's Protestants as well as Cath- 24 hours later ranged from 7 to
hi the March'17 'electionwas city. I have reason to believe ,Andrews claims that correction
death olics attended Holy Saturday
the eleventh.
Is '
'I *4regrettable.MThe the registration books are not of. the alleged violations 16.Hardhit SHOOK' :*
of the There Mass in Jerusalem's Church of
year. were six highway Seward, 60 miles
in order and the issue is whether
w 0 u I declare. him, not Winn,
the Holy Sepulcher "where Pope called
deaths this time last year. meeting was after in condi southeast across the Kenai Pen-
No charges were filed. Paul VI celebrated Mass last Andrews' attorney filed suit in tion.they were proper the winner. insula and Valdez, 150 miles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Funeral arrangements for January. circuit court Friday morning. Asked if the lawsuit could af- south on Prince William Sound, The Alaska earthquake strode

Payton will be announced later Reflecting the good win At Friday's informal commission fect other questions on the ballot counted 3 dead in each city, with violently on Good Friday, the

,by Williams Thomas Funeral stirred, by the Pope's .pilgrimage "Regardless of who wins, the meeting Fagan urged -,.the Richardson Butt 20 and 24 missing, respectively.Giant day Christians everywhere .observe

Home.. the Rev. Benedict Stolz, City of Gainesville" will turn up that the suit be handled "with race or the charter amendment seismic sea waves gen- in memory of Christ's.

He was' unmarried and lived prior of the Basilica of the Dor- the loser, McKinney said. "I all due haste so that all Indecision .- Fagan said yesterdayhe erated by'the quake smashed a crucifixion at Jerusalem. -

In Hawthorne for 20 years. He Piffi n in Jerusalem, said: sincerely regret this action. speculation and uncertainty could not give,an answer at, half-dozen smaller towns rimming There was an earthquake oa

was _born in Summerville, G&, "We are celebrating Easter Andrews_is suing Byron Winn, be laid to rest as soon as pos that time. the Gulf of Alaska to the that first Good Friday. Matthew

(See EASTER on Page 2)) who won with a 46-vote margin, sible." south and on Kodiak Island to 27:51 tens about it:
(See FATAL'en.Page Richardson assured the
com- "And behold the curtain of the
and also all four members of the southwest. Quake-caused tidal
c'i" Fagan said he wanted to as- mission yesterday he was not a temple .was torn in two from
the Commission who issued action
City was reported
Airline Switch
,. ,,. the,official canvass report sure the commission that, he party to Andrews' suit and said the vast Pacific.At top to bottom and the earth
would 4o everything possible to be had no intention of contesting shook and the rocks were split"!" uf
the eJection
certifying. least 10 died and 15 were
.1.- WHERETO Here Is Asked see that the proper position.of any part of the election. reported missing at Crescent
.. The'defeated candidate, seeking the canvassing board is givento -
his Fagan said he would bring the City, Calif., more than 2,000
second term
'WASHINGTON'AP-Eastem was a the courts. .
lawsuit miles south of the
at Monday's com quake's epi
.a Air Lines and Southern Airways member of the canvass boardas '
was Winn. ''He .explained that' the!: ''suit'Campaign mission session. center. One child drowned and :
filed an with. the'civil'
agreement "LADY" :
Area 1C three penons'were missing .:
Aeronautics Board for the
Classified 3C-9C transfer of six Southern towns After Friday's special meeting when the waves caught a sleep FOR .. ..

,. 'Comics . 2C from Eastern's routes to South where City Attorney Osee Fagan ing family on a beach near I
Markets 06 ern's. explained the legal ramifications Rallies Newport Ore. SALEOf -

--' Movies 3C The airlines said.Rome, Ma- of Andrews' suit Winn The far-racing waves: slashedat
trte Obiraartes -.' 2A told reporters he would review the Hawaiian Islands without

.. Opinion Page, . 4A con, Waycross and Albany,FUu Ga.. the;action taken by Andrews be- major damage and finally spent course "Lado'
and Gainesville and Ocala ,: horse.
.'' Sports .. 01.05 would receive better service fore'niaking'any: comment. Set, Up in County ,themselves lapping Japan and
Women's 1B 6B Siberia.
from a local airline than roma, "Had:I lost by two votes I .. -, Saturday the series of aftershocks Mr. C. Whitehurst had about
17 calls'on the following a trunk operator. would not have sued Winn
Sixteen campaign rallies Grove, April 6; Micanopy Ap- crested fear at the quake he placed selling the for D)
noted. "I don't feel now that have been scheduled by the Ala- April 11; Orange'Heights, April scene but raised no new sea horse 'lad ". She was sold tc

my position is distinct from the chua County Democratic:Executive 14;, Alachua April 17; High ,waves. the first person that colled.':
board but I'need to '
canvassing Committee so candidatescan Springs, Apri111. Troops patrolled a ,30-block
,' HELP AVAILABLEStill and '
review the
TAX read and suit
air their views countywide" Manse April 20; Hawthorne, area of downtown Anchorage
win probably seek independent .Apri1\23\ ; Newberry, April'' 24; through the day and night No NICE ton for Ml.. FR 4414 f

facing your annual battle with',the income tax, legal advice on" ,the,contents of Gainesville. rallies' i11'be.. Island Grove April 28 and La- ,one pas permitted to enter or after $ pjn. or weekend

forms? the the Negro Recreation Center, Crowe,April 30.The'psnary leave the district after dark. ,
: There's'help available the.tax April, 7; Bonlware Springs on is 5.Democratic Valdez of .
in booklets prepared :Andrews was contacted by The May a town 1,280 was
by'the: U. S. Treasury Department. One,is for the in- Sun'1 Fort,Lauderdale yester Kincaid Road,' April 9;, School Chairman 'John completely evacuated during the Economical Sun Wont-Ad
Work.hard such loW
at costPlace
:I'! -a :"dividual tax form, another for small businesses. day. where,he bad,just returned Administration on East Ward l said,.all'rallies'will begin day.'Most drove their cars to a /

As"a public service, the Gainesville Sun is offering from a week's cruise to Puerto University ,Avenue, April 25, "promptly" at 7 pjn.'Food will :camp.at Gulkana 117 highway *-

.,: the books at the counter in the main lobby ,of the Rico on a'convention, with VFW Hall:on Waldo Road. May'Z ,be served.bopimtng.at'5:30 at miles northeast. Fire destroyedthe the 6 to your 12 family day low want rate-ad'on w

:Sun building, for '40 cents. each. The books will not. ,the Southeastern Surgical ,Con- and the County Courthouse,. ,;afl i allies except at'the courthouse Valdez ,business district.

f.4ld, -be reordered when the present,stock,is.depleted. so gzeaL: .May 4.Rallies;. afld ,Negro :Recreation .Seward, where a great smoky. Colt! us today .'. 372-8441.:

; :-doa't. :delay. .. ,He issued a brief .statement. out in the .cosaty -. -. -- about the seit, noting he'would be at Waldo April 4; Forest ....... (See EARTHQUAKE_Pafe 2) --


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2A ColmtviHt Sun Sunday, March 29, 1954 .

" Groundwork to Begin Weather RoundupC Anchorage Seek Origin ;-


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On Grand Jury Probe ,, Of Earthquake ,

_, ForTune,
a .7 .
I east-southeast of
about 100
Sfrm fork 1
t, Investigation of election irregularity firm, told him that the state released a statement endorsed C D E F: Mostly cloudy C (AP) -COmmuni-- NEW YORK The Coast Anchorage.. 'This .,was done on

reports made to attorney's ;office would begin by the association's board of rain or showers Sunday after. cations with earthquake-stricken and Geodetic Survey will send the, basis. of arrival times of

State Attorney T. E. (d'Jan.) questioning witnesses this week. directors praising the supervisor noon; High Sunday near 70." Anchorage, Alaska, remained out from Albuquerque, N.M., seismic waves aF Hawaii and -

can 'after the March 17 city Duncan announced Tuesday he : Variable winds 5 to 12 miles S difficult Saturday but every effort Sunday five seismic systemsthat other points.

election will include questioning was initiating an investigation per hour. was being made to restore will try to pinpoint more Three of the seismic systemswill

witnesses this week, City I of alleged violations of "As an organization dedicated 'A: Partly cloudy and cool Sunday. them. precisely the origin of Friday be placed -in 'an.. 'inner ring

Attorney Osee Fagan told the election laws in the city elec to the principles of democracy High Sunday In the Mt. Northerly U E night's Alaska earthquake.The at Cordova,: Homer and Anchorage
City Commission" Friday.In tion. He subpoenaed registration and maximum registration to, n miles per hour wind Sunday. Anchorage was blacked out : wiU be in
and two spotted
II B: Partly cloudy MCI a little coolerSunday. center of the quake is put
explaining the circuitcourt books.and records relating of,voters_to.carry out democratic High'U miles Sunday'hour 70. Northerly ?w for a time during the night except an outer 'ring 'about"SO' miles ..
I Mrs. winds 5 per t for contact with the outside .., ,. 7
suit filed by Dr. Edwin to the dSsfc .i'jltti: uuiii Reg principles, we praise away. '

Andrews contesting the elec- istration Supervisor Mrs. Alma Alma Bethea for -her untiring Occasional G: Mostly rain cloudy or showers through Sunday.Sunday by ham radio operators. Power Cedar Key The Coast and. Geodetic Survey .

tion, Fagan said the investigation Bethea's office for examination efforts to increase voter registration afternoon.Sunday near Low 70 tonight Variable bi winds Ms. High S to H failure knocked out the Anchor .alSO hopes to, collect data ;

is not connected in any and study by his staff. and participation in Ala U miles par hour. age long-distance telephone center needed by architects and builders x

way with the lawsuit. The state attorney said results chua County. We take pride in H I: Considerable cloudiness waess and circuits: of the Alaska Girl Killed interested hi giake-resistant .

Fagan said he talked with of the investigation would living in a county served by a through winds Sunday.5 to High U miles Sunday per hour.tz. Variable -.. itllI .1 communications system.When construction. In addition, the
Duncan about the investigationlast :be turned over to a grand jury public officer who has made itpossible I In WreckA Atomic Energy Commission
I J K: Partly cloudy to occasionally telephone service resumed
week and offered the assis- .in April for so many more pea mild. High Sunday In low tos. Mostly GAINESVILLE WEATHER the Alaska cable be- wants this data ,as-.a guide on
tance and of the Mrs. Bethea commended pie to take part in the demo I winds 1 to U miles per
cooperation was
i readTEMPERATURES tween Port Angeles, Wash., and 21-year-old Cedar Key stu- whether to erect stations fpr the
city attorney's office. Friday in a statement issued cratic process of elections. Registration

ELSEWHERE ings Saturday: High Anchorage was jammed to ca- dent at Central Florida Junior peaceful uses of atomic energy
He noted that Assistant State the president of the is the key to voting -
r. by H L Prep. p.m., low 57 at 3-6 a.m.'Bain- pacity with calls, most of them College at Ocala was killed in areas where earthquakes. are .
" Attorney David Anderson, who Civic Action Assn. which is not the vested rightof TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE
fan .19 inches. frequent. .
calls from Anchor in
High Low Preclp. emergency instantly an accident
i is a partner in Fagan's law CAA President, Tom Hagler the few but the heritage of Jacksonville a 5i .15 0 Leonard M. Murphy head.of
. Beach
I This Miami n 75Tampa Daytona Saturday morn-
--- -- all
people incur country n it 2.23 ALMANAC age.Only the division, of seismology of
J Mrs. Bethea has understood Ashevlila 43 33 SUnset today i.U: JUne the highest-priority caDs ing.The the Coast and Geodetic

it, LB J Asks Probe and tried to bring to reality.elected Atlanta New Boston Orteans a 7 tt< 31 s 40* Moonrise Sunrise UniKifft tonlgtit 4.J1.23 ajn pjn. were. being accepted from hereto reported Florida that Mary Highway Wilder Patrol Tiles- in the Department of Commerce Survey
She sought office and was PROMINENT STAR Anchorage.
I New York, 37 Splca west of the Moan. ton and her companion, Lowell said today that the Alaskan .
on this pledge. She deserves Chicago 37 '40 VISIBLE PLANETS An Associated 'Press 14-hour '
Kansas City 41 2f M 7:43 Thomas Heaton, 32,1001 Fisher quake was the greatest ever experienced
Immense credit: as a public of Jupiter sets pjn leased circuit with the. Alaska
Denver 14 .01 there and
Vows above the .
higher Jupiter. :
Drive Ocala killed when among
leer for faithfully carrying out Los Angeles M 52 Saturn riles ':01 am. communications t
II Seattle 6S 3$ system provided recorded.
their hit semitruck.The strongest ever
Of Food Prices car a I
this promise impartially without KEY TIDES a link between the Seattle
High Small
MARINE FORECASTEAST accident earthquakes are com
Sunday at J.21 am. and 2:21 was on U.S. 92 1
favoritism to any groups,, p m. Low at 1:32 a.m. and 1.51 pjn. bureau of The AP and radio station man. About a million shocks '
about 10 miles west of
GULF Northeasterly winds and Daytona. ..
: Monday High a 3:0m'
classes, or parties. She has 12 to 11 knots Sunday. Cloudy, 2:40 and ':25 KENT in Anchorage. I take it is be-
It some pjn. Low at 1:53 am. A brother of the dead girl, place every year,
JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP- while he .fIred off announce-
taken the registration drive to showers In south portion. pjn.
I Reports to The Associated John Tileston is deputy in lieved. About a thousand a year \
President Johnson called Saturday -ments and answered'questions.Mrs. I single precinct in the
every Press from the devastated Alaska have the ;
of the
the Alachua County Sheriff'sDept magnitude 6 'on .
for an investigation of the Johnson listened in at the
whole county to the crossroads '
city all were by this circuit Richter scale.Preliminary.
I : ..
in food spread back of the \
gap and the small town
except for two telephone calls estimates of the
Services win be Monday at
between what producers get and One announcement was that stores. William J. Tobin, managing editor 3:30 pm. at Christ Episcopal Coast and Geodetic Survey were
consumers The'emphasis the President was preparing to
I,I would be on meat prices.At ask Congress for legislation to "Ever.since she has been In of the Anchorage' Daily Church in Cedar Key. Rev. Henry that slippage in Alaska was 30 (
I office, Mrs. Bethea has actively Times and former Associated Hoyt and Father Fred Yerkes to 60 miles below the surface
of his Saturday -create a bipartisan commission M. SANDERS grandchildren and seven great-
one conferences Johnson of 15 to study changes he said supported and encouragedthe grandchildren. Press executive, was able to will officiate with burial in Cedar near the coast and from 10 to 30
news STARKE Funeral services make. miles in extent. There
various civic Interested Key Cemetery. was no
are taking place in the food in- groups -
also: dustry.As expanding the numberof for Mrs. Merle Fountain Sanders DANDRIDGE WALL Pacific Northwest Bell Co. Survivors Include her mother, idea yet of the extent of the t"

Took issue with Sen. J. W.Fulbright's an illustration of what the Alachua Countians who can 71, who died at her resi- LONG ISLAND, N. Y. Ser- said telephone facilities to Alas-i Mrs. Sarah S. Tileston, and two fault or fracture movement and "' ,

critical views of administration commission would get at, Johnson participate in elections. She dence here Thursday will be vices for Dandridge Wall,. 61- ka were being increased with brothers, John and Fred, also a whether it was, as great as the '

i policy toward Cuba cited this situation: has worked with the League of at 2:30 p.m. today at the First year-old brother of Gainesville extra circuits set up from Chicago student at Central Florida Junior -47 feet recorded in the Yakutat TT

t and Panama. visit I I Cllore Women Voters, the Kiwanis, the Christian Church of Starke, contractor S. M. Wan, were yes. direct to western Alaska. College. earthquake' in Alaska in 1899. "" l

-Said he is planning to Junior Chamber of Commerce, Bob terday afternoon in New YorFriday's '
J with the Badgett
pastor ,
pockets of poverty and unemployment About
the Alachua County Voters' Sun incorrectly iden-
,'f at some time not yet League, and other groups, all officiating. tified the Westinghouse Corporation I

1' set. But' he does not intend to of whom have conducted door- Burial will be in Long accountant as Wall's fa The History of Earthquakes t

make a flying trip to view EasterFrom to-door registration drives durIng Branch Cemetery near Max- ther.'RUBYLEATBERWOOD. .
Alaskan earthquake areas. r the past few years. The vile under the direction of De- '
Hailed the release of two Nrm fork mtmtl quake in Mexico said it felt as The smallest earthquake re-
Civic Action Association has never' Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. I
American pilots who were shot Services for Mrs. Ruby Dow- By WILL LISSNER if the world had become a rug, leases about a thousand times I
1 conducted any such registration Mrs. Sanders was born in
I down by the Russians over East NS Page drives, but we wholeheartedly Cobb. County, Ga., Dec. 19, ling Leatherwood, 74, of Dow- NEW YORK A geophysicist given a strong double shake: more energy than an atomic
J Germany. ling Park, Fla., will be tomorrow who lived through an earth- and then dropped. bomb. The largest releases en-
of such efforts I
in the Holy Land this year witha approve 1892 and was a member of the .
and I to about
Johnson covered these an at 2 at the Jones-John ergy equivalent 100,000
in the feeling ,of renewed. hope and by other civic groups in First Christian Church oi f p.m. .,I atomic bombs. Most evidence \
of other topics
i son chapeLShe t
array "
the .
.optimism. Starke. About points to sudden movements of
i crowded, pine-paneled library- died Friday morning at More '
office of the big stoneandframeLBJ I Bishop Reuben H. Mueller, Civic Action Association Her survivors include her Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville solid rock along faults in the

ranchhouse on the banks of president of the'U. S. National is the only organization in husband, George E. Sanders after an extended illness earth's surface as the.cause of

the Pedernales River. Council of Churches, spendingthe this county that has gone to the Starke; three daughters, Mrs. Mrs. Leatherwood was a Gainesville Earthquake eathquakes.About .

He was attired in rangecountry weekend. West Berlin, County Commission seeking active Elaine Sandiford, Macon Ga., resident before moving ta 10 earthquakes a year

garb, from brown big Germany, said n in. an Easter financial support for theRegistrar's Mrs. Kathleen Marchant, Warner Dowling Park four years ago. From 1 are major ones, but destructive .

heeled boots to wide-brimmed messages. office ,to assure a Bobbins Ga., and Mrs. Page earthquakes are rare because
and matching beige shirt f of the"graveyard" from Rev. Dudley R. Gerald of the
hat, purge Port St. Joe
"Facing our problems today, jean Johnson, ; burned an the fire Typhoid inoculations: were to they usually take place in un-
slacks and jacket with his initials the voter registration list. We and Advent Christian Church will day reported "
monogramming the pock: as Christ's followers faced made public requests for financial five sons Horace, Clyde officiate with burial In Antioch was confined to the dock area. start Sunday. populated areas. Often t be'

et. He sat behind a spacious mahogany : theirs in their day when the support for Mrs. Beth- Norman an of Starke. and Bar-, Cemetery. Markets opened briefly duringthe Some stores opened for short greater damage is produced bylltidal"
desk or paced behind it; first Easter dawned, we, .too, ea's office in July, 1963, and in old, Phoenixville, day, some selling groceriesthat periods Saturday to permit pur- waves, waves producedby
can find help in the living Christno October 1963 we met with the Glen, of California; Survivors include a daughter- the shock had left heapedin chases of necessities. earthquake disturbances of .
.#, I matter what our problems in-law Mrs. Patricia Leather- the ocean bottom.
County Commissioners, the Also, two brothers Leslie aisles. I Aftershocks,continued throughout -
Tidal Wave are." County Attorney, and Mrs Be- and W. P. Fountain, Bessemer wood of Gainesville.A. There 'was a ,foot or two of the day some so-strong they These waves,:called :by their

Weather was a factor in the thea to assure support, financing > ,. Ala.; three. sisters, Mrs. .,P. HAMILTON snow, on the ground throUghout touched off alarms elsewhere in Japanese name "tsunami," tra y

Easter observance.The and a firm legal Interpretation -Hortense Collier 'and Mrs. Anna -, JACKSON MissWord has most of the area. Downtown An- the United States when they vel across the oceans at speeds ,\

Left CoupleChildless prediction for the traditional of the whole purgation Lou Ingram, both of Ack. been received here of the death chorage had 4 inches. were recorded on several seis- of 450 miles an hour or more
fashion New '
York's Fifth Avenue parade on procedure."We worth, Ga., and Mrs. Madeline of Dr. A. P. Hamilton, brotherof Fire destroyed the Valdez business mographs.But buDding up enormously near ,
was non Ga. 19 district and the waterfront -i thre major the shore ta heights of 66 to al-
Steele, Atlanta ; Jefferson was no more
comfnlttal -cloudy followed by find it incredible that a Hamilton of Gaines facilities at Seward, Including ... damage. most 100 feet.Tsunami .
clearing, .. im responsible newspaper would ville. Standard Oil and from Aleutian :.

TACOMA, Wash. (rAP Mr. London reponeo the coldest regard as peculiar,what Mrs. Plane HitsVesuvius The 76-year-old educator was co storage tanks; which Texa-I Property quake area damage and throughoutthe elsewherewas earthquake : on'.1.an 1946, :;
and Mrs. Monte G. McKenzielost Easter Saturday in five years, Bethea 'and civic groups suchas flames
professor' emeritus"of-cla ial! towering hundreds J, of heavy and spectacular. reached Hawaiian shores with
oldest of their five children -with no immediate prospect for the League of Women 'Voters -
languages at Millsaps College.He feet and'lit the night sky. Alaska Gov. William Egan told successively increasing heights
the Kiwanis the
weather. Junior
in a fire eight months ago; warmer died March 22 after a brief First reports.from Kodiak,indicated President Johnson that $250 million causing'wide damage. _
Thousands of In Com Chamber of Commerce and
tidal waves froman persons ;
Friday night illness. much of the .town was The world's earthquake belt
munist-ruled Poland turned the Alachua Voters' Born in Marianna, Fla., would be a minimum esti ,
left them out County '
earthquake I for Easter weekend_ church League have done to widen the he taught at Millsaps since 1917. destroyed and 50 bad been mate.,, ,ord was one in Shensi, China,
childless. ;
The McKenzies were'sleeping: services-while other= thousands democratic process !in this coun- 45 PerishNAPLES Survivors include his killed. But later, Adm.: R. E. In this city.with a 'metropolitan on-Jan.: 24, 1556. It took 830,000
wife -
Riera commander of the Alas- lives. The' next worse quake
population of.nearly 100,000
headed for a weekend in I
state ty. registration laws
the beach at a park country -
on Charlotte .a son, Clifton, Vicks- known '
; caused
deaths in
ka. frontier with in the 49th'state 30- 300,000
sea headquarters largest a
near Newport, Ore., when the resorts. Hundreds of young specifically permit this extension Italy (AP) \An ..
burg two daughters, Mrs. Harry Calcutta
; in
Poles in Kodiak, said there had block downtown area was hew 1737.
giant waves hitIn planned marry during of the right and opportunity Italian airliner with 45 persons
A. Dinham Mobile, and The world's belt
been no casualties. eled and giant, gaping cracks earthquake ,
a telephone call to his pastor Easter, considered the luckiest to vote. The recent editorial aboard crashed on Mt Vesuvius
Mrs. James C. Blanton, Jack The village of Kaguyak the opened in the earth. Two major a region where mountain rangesare
here, McKenzie said the time of the year. in the Gainesville Sun Impugns Saturday night !in a driving on
In Candaa ; sonville, and several grandchil] southern tip of Kodiak Island cracks were up to 12 feet deep relatively recent additions
first wave swept over the children unseasonable cold the integrity not only of rainstorm. Police said all ..
and they began screaming.Then gave residents the prospect of Mrs. Bethea but also of civic: aboard perished In the Easter dren.ELMO radioed 2 were missing and 60 and 50 feet wide. Buildings act to the mountains.landscape and where, in __
wearing fur hats and and were evacuated by fishing crumbled into the fissures. stiltare.being
a second wave hit., heavy groups new voters generally. eve tragedy.The LINDSEY SR. formed
'There was only a foot of air coats instead of lighter, brighter l We are shocked that the editorial Services for Elmo Lindsey Sr., boats. Most people were on 'th& runs along the West
I plane was coming in for streets since the disaster struck Coast of the U.S.. and cuts, across
lean-to Easter finery. did not rather than 54 Another village on the same ,
at the top of the we were praise Route 2, will be this after- Alaska.
in and we had to struggle to get Francis Cardinal Spellman condemn the' sincere and able landing at Naples' Capodichi- noon' at 2 o'clock at Evergreen island, Old Harbor, said 60 to 70 during the homebound, rush
But in
to it," McKenzie said. "Logs will be the celebrant at Solemn efforts of Mrs. Bethea and no Airport 90 minutes before Baptist Church in Quitman, Ga. were evacuated'and about 160 hour, and this may have saved has had spite of that the U.S. '
when it rammed into relatively Jew .seriousearthquakes.
were thrown at us like match Mass in st. Patrick's Cathedralin these many civic groups to en- midnight He died Friday morning at were homeless on the beach. many lives.
the side of the famous volcano.It The San Francisco .
sticks." New York. large participation in the demo- Alachua General Both settlements were 'wiped In the gloom of an early
smashed into the mountain Hospital quake of April 18 1906 the
The Rt. Rev. Horace B. Done- out. lines was
When the wave receded the cratic process in this county. : short illness. spring evening, power
McKenzies found their four children -gan, bishop of the Protestant just a third of a mile away froma a I A, fragmentary report from snapped, gas mains ruptured, only other major one in this
Lindsey was employed by the It took 452 lives.
tourist and country.
The Episcopal Diocese of New York I hotel; a restaurant the of and water pipes
had been swept to sea. village Chenega in Prince ran.drg.
of Florida In this
Accident University grounds after the San
observatory.. No one in the century,
body of Ricky 6, was recov will participate la-a traditional an William Sound south of Whittier Police, soldiers and men of Francisco

ered. Still missing were Louie ceremony before preaching at group of buildings was hurt. department said half the population was the National Guard were,quickly one in 1908 earthquake in there was

8, Bobby, 7, and Tammy 3. the Cathedral Church of St RoundupCity I Search parties toiling up the Survivors include his widow missing, but the number was posted to prevent looting. .. which killed 75,000 MESSINA, Italy In,
Their oldest Susan, 9, died of John the Divine. side of Mt. Vesuvius sent back Lorene, five daughters, Ruby, not given. Cut off from communication 1915, 29,970 persons died in a

burns last August when her Six thousand worshippers are police made the following word that they bad located the Janice, Linda and Marie, an The giant quake, :which experts with the world for more than quake at Avezzano, Italy. Then

clothing caught fire as she was expected to attend the Radio arrests after accidents reported wreckage Easter morning about of Gainesville, and Mrs. Mary said possibly reached 8.7 eight hours, Anchorage and her in 1920 a quake took place. at .. ,

trying to start a bonfire.Youth. City Music Hall service, sponsored yesterday: three hours after midnight. Frances Monk, Vero Beach; five on the Richter scale,'the heavIest -stricken neighbors huddled in Kansu, China, which was the

by the Manhattan Division Donald Gum Vaugh, 19 NE The plane, a turboprop four- sons, Wallace, Donald and Elmo ,ever recorded,' came at thejomwardbound the freezing darkness of the worst of, this century. It took

Nab the City of the of Protestant New York.Council of 13th St., was charged with following engine Viscount on a flight from Jr., all of Gainesville' James, rush hour in night. I 180,000 lives.

Traditional services will be too closely and causingan Rome, crashed on the lower Fort Valley Ga. and James, Anchorage in the gathering Fortunately the weather was! The earthquake in Tokyo, Ja

held in such diverse accident with Marion Eu-. reaches of the volcano on the Frostproof; seven grandchuV gloom of Good Friday. relatively warm for Alaska: at pan, in 1923 was the second

For Holdup the deck of the USS Consitution settings as gene Warren, Route 1, at East side cwerJookJng.Naples.. dren, two brothers and four Streets buckled, buildings collapsed this season. from about 25 degrees worst of the century. Its death

"Old Ironsides" in Boston University Avenue and 3rd The' airliner hit not far from sisters. electric,. gas and water to freezing. ton was 143,000. But it demonstrated ,
Street at 5:42 ines)snapped and yawning fissures .Over fires, residents that
Harbor and in Red Rocks Park pjn. where a road ends and a funicular Jones-Johnson Funeral Home emergency earthquake-proof

At Market near Denver, Cob., where nine Don Greene, 1451 LeBarronAve. I rail line starts toward the was in charge of local arrange i opened in the pavement :melted snow for drinking buildings could be built and that
Survivors for their lives water. The sent water this would reduce
inches of snow were shoveled .,.Jacksonville, was charged top of the 4,000-foot volcano. ments. ran casualties.
Money that burned a hole in from the seats.Worshippers with failure to yield the right-of- Mt Vesuvius the most famous and most spent a harrowing tanks to central locations.'A Kansu, China had a second

his pocket was the undoing fora in Alabama will way at an intersection, shortly of volcanoes..Its eruptionsIn night .in dark, heatless homes. hundred or more homes, serious earthquake in 1932, when i

youthful robber yesterday.City make a predawn. trek to Mount after 12:30 pan at SW 13th 79 A.D. destroyed the ancient Local C of C Scores joined police and I military some of them in the $60,000 and 70,000 were killed. In 1935 a

police arrested Thomas State Monument for a "Road to Street and 4th Avenue with Al- Roman cities of Pompeii, Her- Protests units searching through the up class, were reported leveled, quake in Quetta, India killed ..

Henry Sheffield, 17, yesterdayfor Calvary" pageant phonso Cohen 613 NW 2nd St. cuJaneimn and Stabiae. Minor wreckage for those possibly and many others damaged. 60,000. One in Endngan' Turkey, ,

the Thursday night holdupof Scenes of sunrise service win Mary Kay Dean 1117 NW 3rd eruptions have occurred since FEC Violence trapped but still alive. Search,, and demolition teams in 1939: caused 23,000''deaths. .

a 7-11 market on N.W. 16th include Oklahoma's Wichita Ave., was charged with causing the 18th century, the last in 1944. i About four inches of snow on worked throughout the devas- ,

Ave. after receiving tips from Mountain Wildlife Reservation an accident by driving left of Rescue workers brought up Violence along the Florida the: ground and ,temperatures tated areas, seeking bodies or Gainesville Sun

several service station OYeJ"eatars and at a 111 foot cross at Alto the center line at East University huge army spotlights to illuminate East Coast Railroad .route has tram 5 to ,10 ,degrees below survivors.. P'

about a pair of youths try- Pass, HL ,The cross is the work Avenue and.S.''E. 14ft'St the crash area. been protested by the. Gainesville freezing added to the misery. The 60doot'Ancorage Airport! ': Published evenings except
and of the Rev. Wayman Presely, a The Ward T. Sims Associated control: tower collapsed, but portions Saturday, and Sunday mom.
tag to exchange, change other automobile was driven Chamber of Commerce I' ings by the Gainesville
small bills for large bills retired Methodist clergyman. by Anna Cunningham, 673 'Voters League Board of directors.A Press'correspondent+ fa Junean, of 'runway were started reported lishing Company at 101 Pub-SE u,< \

Sheffield was I arrested for NE 15th Terr. said .in, his first dispatch from usable as help was on 2nd Place.; Gainesville Florida, "
holding up the manager of the More About James E. Cromarty, Route 1, Commends resolution adopted by the Anchorage that "several houses the way by air from unaffected and entered as second class .. -
board has been forwarded to eWes and from the.Seattle area. matter at the Post Office at
store shortly after 9:30 pjn. was charged with careless driving Mrs Bethea and apartments along L Street Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
of Elmendorf Air
Thursday Police said the $203.99 after an accident at 7:37 Gov. Farris Bryant and sheriffs simply'dropped 'down 15 to 20

that was taken was recovered. Fatal un. in the 260. ,block .of 4th 'The Florida Voters League in counties' served by the >strikebound feet into.a chasm about 50'feet available Force Ba for e''.relief field'also flights. were CARRIER OR RATES MAIL BY ,

Police said the manager ef the Ave>aie with WflUe railroad.Other wide just had
tamper. 1eet4rd11 a>announced it, has I : as though they At Valdez where a collapsing .
Gate CIty service station I Ufl NW 13th Terr. ; beta built this wa ..** 1 Week .45
on gone record commendingReIIatioD action annum red by purposely wharf took three lives, Police 3 Met. $$.IS ..
East wm.A / :-, Prom.Page l' FIre Cab Supervisor. Mrs. the'Chamber board this week The marquee' of fee ,Deoali Chief L. E Smith reported the All man *- ".
ed;> a compartlm Alma Bethea.LetfBePresidest.. Theater, atop a **tory bafl&f subscriptions must t I
includes endorsing fee subetite- city: might be evacuated be- be paid in advance. :.. _'
were trying to change, aflve and was a member of- the The main fire station reported .Chester Ueriof.Eastern: Airlines'service was level with the street. cau5 of lack'of'water' and:santation. I r

and gn>*n b1JIs'to' large mttey.. Presby4eriaB"Church.'Survivorsinclude. minor. calls one to the Gaiaeville *- Seen aid the'group voted Wednesday herewith Southern Airways:by SoWiers"started clearing, the Valdez! :is 150 miles Circulation.AB Member.of Audit Bureau of \

Three other service stations five brothel Shopping Carter at 5:27 to thank Mrs. Betheafer the Civil Aeronautics Board sad downtown Anchorage>area 'd r- southeast of Anchorage onPrince \\i ,

reported the same story and era, Gover, Hawthorne; Job, pja. for a minor car fire aDd her special ,efforts to encourage a request to the Florida confessional lag the afternoon in, order to William Sound. tile material propvty contained fII "' reM H .,.
one operator managed to get Keystone Heights; Lewis, Sammervilk aether to Cabot Carbon at I:. voter registration and delegation to oppose dow up the worst-damaged I 'At Seward, "oil' storage 'tanks [ PuWUiWna Ceo pny, re) Gainesville'". i...

the lictjwe number.and reportedtt ,"G*.; Grady Alien, S. 'paa. for a taring .bfe. of _- praise. her for doing a good job legislation' calling! for premium bofldinga which ,atilt itoed but burst aDd 'caught)fre-burning I ,strictly prod*"*forbiddM" In wftol without or""In. part w en'h"

to -police. .'.. ..,(X;.aM.GJm:Trtto Ga, I coal.. ..ill tfc* nefetntifla'office < overtime_ rates fail t pbfia, were in dwpr. t81 ... and 1y through Friday night. I oS amt
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II i An. Eternity By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP- 'minor earth movement, started The earth movements-some- .: bET cUCB. HELP .: : ,

The last major earthquake be- A'freakish, 5-to-6-foot tidal wave around 10 pjn. The New Orleans thing rare in this area was de- .., :
I fore Alaska's was one that took rolled westward along the Lou- Weather Bureau said it tected by the seismograph at
isiana and Texas coasts Friday could have been connected with Spring Hill College in Mobile,
1 about 80 lives in the Kashmir \\
Editor's Note-Rene .Ca ppo4former has heard there are "hundredsof YOU KEEP THIS : ;
Associated Press News- dead.. You know he may be Valley, near Sriniger, Kashmir, night, tossing boats'about and the, Alaskan earthquake ""in a Ala.The N .
alst Sept. 2. startling those who saw it. coincidential sort of way Rev. Louis J. Eisele at .
features supervising.editor, who right, because you drove past ..
now is editor of,the Anchorage buildings which were: torn asunder Six weeks .previously, the No deaths or serious injurieswere The wave'varied in size as it the college said "a wide area in -.
earthquake at Skopje,. Yugoslavia dam- rolled canals :rivers and moved .
reported. section
Property up this actually
following and
in the there
: Daily News, relates you are sure are ) w
story an.eyewitness account -casualties.But i killed more than 2,000 age did not appear to be heavy."It bayous but was described by about 5-16ths, of an inch. WITHIN REACH ::
of the earthquake that I, persons and injured 2,000. was one of the wildest the Coast Guard as being five The Weather Bureau and the ...
\ just many, and The San Francisco'earthquake scenes I've seen in a longtime to six feet in height.
Coast Guard said they had no .
struck ..
Anchorage.By where and how far the
quake of 1906, the only other majorone ," said night watchman Some roads Were covered by I reports of any high Waves east .. _-r ,
REN -CAPPON affected Alaska YOQ don't know.! in the United States, took O. C. Buxton at the New Orleans fast rising waters and small .
of New Orleans. ..
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You hear of tidal! -
an impending 452 lives. ,.
Editor, Anchorage Daily Industrial Canal. boats were smashed against I w.
wave. After awhile the radio: The of the 20th The most dramatic effects occurred -
major quakes
j ANCHORAGE,Alaska (AP-) The wave, triggered by 'a docks. .' ....
few miles inland. ; -
stations come back on the air, Century and the reported dead: a ,s
It might have lasted more
than a couple not of minutes, but with Civil Defense instructions, Messina, Italy, 1908, 75,000. I "It caused our docks and'vessels /tlll. : .... } rw... ...
I and at least you get a feeling I Avezzano, Italy, 1915, 29,970. moored out'in the yards to 'b." .
the that devastated 'Nice Gets "
earthquake on' Good Friday that somebody is struggling to Kansu, China, 1920, 180,000.' Guy' Sympathy go crazy-like, bobbing up and V .- _. ., .",iH".....j P.. ."'.. _-. ,
Anchorage regain, control of the situation. ,Tokyo, Japan, 1923, 143,000. down moving sideways, back :'V .-, ----
seemed to last,an eternity. ....,' r.s tI ...... .
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Kansu, China, 1932, 70,000. forthsaid Leon Poche 47 .
And and ,
begin to
you congratulate With Fake
out ...
Imagine yourself standing Money TragedyMIAMI M'
Quetta, India, 1935, 6,000. II of Avondale 'V
yourself on ;
your own ,
on a street, the ground buckingand escape.
I The apartment is a shambles,' Erzingan, Turkey, 1939,23,000. Shipyards.At ;: ...
weaving beneath you like a but wife and Agadir, Morocco, 1960, 12,000. (AP) The stranger The stranger wrote a check L4c':1J' .'\ .... -
child -
unhurt. Port Arthur '
are ,
i ship in a stormy sea, high voltage .
The worst recorded earth- seemed to be' a friendly chap for his $20 bar bill and left. V
You suffer through faint, but unspeakably watchman for a grain elevator
utility poles swaying men quake was in China in 1556. It and soon was buying drinks for Later, the check bounced and \ / ft. f
aftershocksof reported the tide dropped be- \
acacing' over head, big killde .
your 830,000 ,
trailer trucks in a nearby van the quake-more tremors, persons. regular patrons at a neighbor- the stranger's name proved'to tween six and seven feet and a ... / .., :-'
I hood bar. be as phony as his story, police I. ;" -
J lot toppling over like dominoes. which, you know, are now loaded grain ship "bobbed up .... -# '! -.
Imagine yourself standing on I working on buildings whose ,He was laughing and havinga and down like a cork six or .. ..
what you had always considered -: foundations are loosened. Streets Burn good time when the telephonerang. said.Elks eight times." /

solid ground and seeing it My own office is partly oblit- Sponsor Near Baton Rouge, Albert E. : f
crackle and fissure in a kind of erated by debris, and the rear In BrooklynNEW "Anyone here named Bob Kent was looking atHhe placid : .., -........ i
unearthly silence that was suddenly -wall of my newspaper plant is Mackey?" asked the barmaid Annual Easter Amite River when "all of a sudden ..... .0 .j
dispelled by the sharp gone. But you're too numb ,to YORK (AP) Hassidic Dorothy Houston. water came in waves four -- ...
explosion of a bursting water- try and assess the damage Immediately Jews, members of an ultra-Or- "That's me," said the friend-I Egg Hunt TodayAll feet high." ,.;:.$1\ .__

.I', main. thodox branch of. Judaism, ly stranger, taking the Further down the Amite, A. S. 1AJt ( 't.ft{ v', __ .
And then imagine yourself, There's no power, the tele- burned leavened bread in the After speaking briefly with the children 12 and under are Lainer of Denham Springs { .. J S'IwN.
rt once the earth stopped reeling, phone service is crippled and streets of Brooklyn Friday. Be- party on the other end, the invited to an Easter egg huntat watched the waves tear apart ,)t.H' \>; ...... ,.
;. driving downtown from your the few open lines are for. emer- fore the beginning.of Passoverat stranger returned to his stool, the Municipal Airport todayat !i boat houses and ramps at a
demolished office, to see whether -gency messages only. Mercifully sundown. pale and trembling. 3 pjn. fishing wharf where the water
your apartment house-with it is warm, right around the Firemen answered about 40 "My wife..my wife has been The hunt is sponsored by the was four to five feet deep, he ..IrI
) your wife and small child inside' freezing mark. At home, you're alarms for street fires after killed in an airplane crash," he Elks Club. Children must be said. "They said they looked .. '

I -was still standing or leveled. melting snow for water. children added telephone direc told his newfound friends who accompanied by an adult. En- down, and suddenly, there was I .':,:::1, I
like many another building you' Your wife consoles your tories, 'cardboard boxes and were concerned over his sudden trance to the egg hunt area is no water-they were looking at I .. ..
J I pass en route. three-year-old) and tries to pre- trash to the flames. change. via the 4-lane road leading to saw the wave tear up a whari ..-.......
Jewish customs dictate that
And this is a fraction of the sent it all-the candles, the wail leavened bread and, all, other "I've got to fly home. I don't the industrial campus just That wave broke an 8-inch pile] : ....... '
story, multiplied by a thousand of sirens, the debris of the food not permitted during Pass- have enough money," he said. north of the airport. the riverbed. "h'. '''8 -.
similar agonies, of the great apartment a big joke. over be removed from homes The customers dug deep and Unusual prizes will be awarded "Then the water came rush- J5l'l.'f ...... _

Anchorage earthquake of It's a joke you'll remember a before the holiday begins. The soon 'collected $20 or $30. for to those >finding specially- ing back in," Lanier said. "1lng. ". dft" \ 4" .' r ..- ..

,.. March 27, 1964. longtime, unsmiling. bread traditionally is burned. their grieving friend. marked eggs. .." t ._ : ,''Ut- t, '.' -....., '
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President Johnson moved quickly 4Print'n }?,,': ?i:.?? {:,'?%J ';'' !y. ; S V .

Saturday in behalf of ,earth- y i ._.
Solid Special Savings! Print'n PatternCOTTON V eo
Alaska and declared
"all Americans will pull PERCALES SPORT COTTONS COTTON BUYS : : V S OR: LEND: -'FT'J' 'I? .

f. together to meet and overcome -. ',. >
'I this From blow.the" .Easter weekend s 4 yds. $1' 5 7c yd. 38' .... : .. .. < -;-'*? ; .:

r White House at his LBJ Ranch, : ,. .. 'I'-. ......

with the President reports of kept the in deaths close,touch damage Save plenty en these beautiful Woven yarn dyed seersuckers .;:;, ,y Decorator conversational, floral . :,-. .... ..;, {,:.! ..:..
dress lengths! Machine washable and oxford cloth machinewash a. end kitchen patterns in eye : : :. t.
.I and disruption caused by colorful cottons so right and wear, little or no iron! catching oclon! Machine washable V'V IN bUR -'3..:; }\fl: :' ; =:.
the earthquake. for new Spring fashions! Stock up and save! Stock up today! "'

) t In an urgent request for dis- ..: .-...."
aster aid, Alaska's Gov. William tV I
A. Egan told Johnson' by telegram ,i SERVICE! :;Z
that "damage could easily:
I ; .. 4' _.
reach minimum of 'quarter bil- r' '

[/ t / lion dollars" through widespread, .< : I '.. -..rawM1y
area. r '
The President said "the terrible p Checking Accounts the low-cost modem way to ._. .-.
earthquake" is a tragedy in SPECIAL BUY .
and bills
organize your spending' pay easily by mail. ?
the face of which'"all Ameri- : J

cans will join me in extendingthe i fr4 Savings Accounts The sensible bank way to keep ...._ a

countrymen warmest in sympathy Alaska to. our. .I GINGHAM CHECKSjJ9tf your money at work safely, yet within easy reach. .:_-.T

j 11 backed by action." Installment Loans The easy, economical answer to "
He ordered into effect the disaster --
facilities of the government dozens of personal needs. Repayable In monthly sums "
I/) to provide emergency suited to your income. You pay as you go with folks -_
housing, feeding and medical t ...
I care for people in the affected i 38 you know!
1 U areas. \, 1

Johnson has no immediate yd. .*.
plans to go to Alaska himself. He CENTRAL CHARGE FOR ALL -

named Edward A. McDermott. Go-everywhere gingham cotton checks <'.
director of the Office of Emer- o with a multitude of uses and at this YOUR CURRENT BILLS : .> : ."
to be his "'
gency Planning per- \ .
sonal representative to fly to spectacular low price you can buy yards 4 rLr,

Alaska for a spot survey to determine ,'n yards! Machine washable, less than 2% .,': '; fi). .... .
what assistance is i shrinkage: all the nicest colors to choose "'.; ....:4 .
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needed. ..
from! : '
of the earthquakewas rI
The news
relayed to the President in SHOP MONDAY .. ,. ** .;,#IIIff':: --. ..

early morning hours as he con- UNTIL 9 P.M. ...- :: V -: ftJL.! H{ V '. .

tinued an Easter holiday visit to '., I .f of ...

his Texas ranch with Mrs. John I : .. .. ... ...
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son.The President made no Immediate .
allotment of federal '. .11..

emergency funds to the state. ;. 'tv I -_ .

This will come later as the ,;. -,. -
needs are evaluated. f ". .
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Since coming here Thursdayfor i r ...

the holiday, the President Quality Sportswear FROM SHEFFIELD ENGLAND, ALWAYS WELCOME 'h
has enjoyed warm spring
weather. He and Mrs. Johnson ,i SOLIDS 'N PRINTS ? ,"GOLDEN AGE" SCISSORS SET .

have made some brief trips to :,'. '. With "Velvet Touch" Action! .-...
,visit ':": '.. i ,** : .' '
look over the ranch to A Straight Sicss.rV .
homes where \ A 7Y." Dresenuker Scissor -
friends and the TTAJN& -
57' Razor sharp -
Johnson was born and spent his *., !: Gets Full Lenejrh of 'Blade -.-
boyhood. For H... end Office Use
Along with .his. Texas, neigh- [. A Thonghtfnl Gift .;. rzom,1 ._-
Better in sailcloth,
bors, the President is expectedto duck'ether cottons wanted sporty textures ; Inlaid JkB-Steel ., : <$ 88 .. ,. .. .. w
attend Easter Sunday church Machine wash and wear .:,) Blade ,, : i MEMBER, FEDERAL DEPOSIT _.r
"S .. '
,little,or no iron; dnp,4,,! .setl
at the V
services cen
perhaps c 2-Piece ,Set 'wit .. Case INSURANCE CORPORATION "!'- :
tury-old St..Barnabas Episcopal V .
Charch in Fredericksburg, 15 tiNaset F
r... west of the ranch. I J
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,N' ;:' ;;'Ie,=_-:...,. cs.I-J.c tttis\t; tit : :i-un,. THESOUTH OF a Y Ticket. ?

........' Sfrm Lark 8itmu mer Secretary of State Christian Dean G. Acheson regard himas Kennedy eliminated the job.

t .. s, coax L BAKXISOH. ProUm. u4. JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON A. 'Herter under Eisenhower the ablest man in the.cab-
ry By
.. Pr rf.tail
YIe.ttr '
rdaerar FAT COWLCS. '
.:: ,, : ineL' IT ;HOWEVER, precisely
10 ..
I .. CD JOHXSOV. VIM rmlintmmt is ,now Johnson's special : ..
I _,v -*.- ; : s:....... BilUrt W. G. (BID) Secretaryof -representative for trade -"this 1 quality of following
I .I .,.-." FlouBeautlf; L1 ILW EBXXSOUt. YlM FvttUMt ui A*> Defense McNamara is play- negotiations. 'Also, it is likely that Johnson 'through.mdecisions ,that has

.l -.....: ,"' ":': .' 'University Cit J .......a DIrttUri BO* TAKTAGLIONE. By RALPH McGILL ing an increasingly prominentrole if he wins in November impressed the President about
_, .._.' TU rrttUeat wU Ornl PmlttMr MM White PmMttk in the Johnson adminis- Accordingly, MeN'a m a ra will want to establish'the McNamara.,A decision at the
" ., UeII "...,ew. Of the Attaate. (Ga.) CMHtttatt Coordinating -\.
h ." tration's official policy on VI- for vice president may. not be Operations ; Pentagon was often in the past

1 .:.:: : \>t'." THE SUN'S POLICY et Nam. He is the object of quite as fantastic as it sounds, Board and use his vice president ]ust the beginning> of an evasion

RealitiesMissing constant and elaborate praise especially in the light of the as its chairman. It ,,but .McNamara has seen
f ,:._ ;: :.M- 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. from President Johnson and new importance being givento was the function this boardto to it that decisions are carried -'

\ ,. ; :. ;_ 2., Express the opinions of the .Sun: In-but only in-editorials now Henry Lace, the editor in the vice presidency.NOT see that the major policy', through, which explains
J ... : 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. decisions of the President resented
InChurches ., chief of Time Magazine, both whyhe4s often ...
: .. : The Sun's telephones: AU Deportments-372-8441 seems to be booming him SO LONG ago, vice were quickly- and efficiently. _at-the Pentagon and admired
\ .. :
carried out an Ihe departments
... nomi- presidents were chosen primarily by '
--.1: Want Ads 376-4672 for the vice presidential at the White.House.
.. .,_ ... and agencies of the
'. nation on the Democratic ticket to add votes or good No doubt some Democratic

looks or geographical balanceto government concerned. leaders would resent the selection ." x

: : the presidential ticket, and This critical function was of a:Republican as vice t
i Illl I ; Sake
1 For McNamara is properly
Clarity's almost "
.. modest about it alL He always, some prominent never mast ered effectively, "president.Jjut all the other ,?.
a sermon preached at the con says ,
party man was given primarily because nobody likely candidates have their "

II. ." ... ,-' Those scars on our back are from ((3) An individual so poorly moti- secretion of the Rt. Rev. the President such has thing never to mentioned him. second place. with sufficient authority to di- opponents too. It is impossible

,' ...:....-. : the flaying we've suffered since pubs vated that he must be recruited on Washington Notes: In a He laughs any it off with the remark The range of choice, how- rect the cabinet was given the to mention Stevenson, Humy.,
... ,..
,. s ever, has now widened and Vice President' RichardM. phi ey;: .Kennedy or Shriver
' sermon preached at the con- limitations job.
knows his
that he
disin- -
_. .. lication of our editorial last Sunday. his doorstep will tend ,to be party leaders now ask, not Nixon wanted the assign- without arousing cries of protest -
secration of the
Rt. Rev. but things
terested, if not a political illiterate.He stranger only "Who has earned it" on ment badly under Eisenhower from one quarter or an-
\ ..,. Paul Moore Jr. as suffragan Lave happened. this test Adlai E. Stevensonand this be f
other one
is less likely to inform himselfand Johnson is clearly determined but never got it. Lyndon may
Gainesville Episcopal Bishop of Washington Sen. Hubert Humphreyare Johnson when ,he was :vicepresident reason', why the President is
the decis-
to dominate
in fact, may feel illogical de- D. C., the Rev. C. Kil ive central ground of American usually mentioned first- also covered the looking around for somebodyelse. I'

keeping which could ,have enabled votion to any pressure group which mer Myers, of Chicago, politics, and he is al but who would make the best assignment but President I'
successor to the President?
some to vote twice, the large num- brought the registration certificateto said: "The image with which ready presiding over a kind of
On this ground, Robert Ken-
..:- : ; ber of superficially spoiled absentee his doorstep.We most Americans identify the coalition government of Re- nedy, Sargent Shriver, and ON THE RIGHT = _j !
well Demo i
publicans as as
'. church is the anti-sex anti-
-< now McNamara are being dis-
ballots and the odd list-keeping by _
::: crats. ,.,; ,
are trying to say plainly ,that liquor image-the Puritan im cussed.
._'.. some election clerks. .We too McNamara's handicap on "
a voter recruited on the doorstep bya age. MCNAMARA and Ambassador Mr. Warren's
a people-despite,our guilt this list is that he,has no poli- :
.. before heated Cabot Lodge, both ; '
4 : Citing election irregularities real, pressure group feelings to take the church Henry tical experience prior to his : y.. : ,
campaign is not a good voter. We Republicans; are now the two !'
s eriously except for our chil- move from the presidency of
imagined and rumored, we urged a most prominent figures in the
I', mean just that. dren. She speaks a word to the Ford Motor Company to
conduct of the in Vie
grand jury investigation. the morality of childhood.Her the Pentagon.He RiddleBy '
Nam. McGeorge Bundy, an- has had his troubles with
Some of the nation's greatest thrust in mission is the other Republican, has emerged the Hill I
:i We are going to say more to- thinkers have adhered to the position Sunday school. .There is a from the old Kennedystaff primarily legislators because on Capitol he has in- WILLIAM F. BUCKLEYI

: day. But the issue is so complex, we that the only good voter is a great gulf between the as the most influentialpolicy sisted on sticking to his long-' make it a point to ask turn to this country, where he

.. are commencing with some qualifying motivated and informed citizen. We Church and life in the United adviser in the White range goals, even when these those I meet who are con- took several opportunities to I
President Eisenhower's
statements: could cite Walter Lippmann as a recognized States. House.former Under meant closing military bases' cerned with the investigationby espouse the cause of Castro's
Secretaryof and rejecting military contracts the Warren Commission into Cuba, that his political allegiance +
authority. But it was stat- Nor is this all. Theological State, C. Douglas Dillon, is -
J (1) The Gainesville Sun, is in no ed most succinctly last summer by students and undergraduategroups now Secretary of the Treas- favorable to powerful the death of President Ken- had not changed. He did
feel that the,image of senators and representatives. nedy: What can Mr Warren not, In other words, apparent.
way party to the suit by defeated Dean Edward W. Barnett of Colum- the church is a superficial pur- ury, and plays a critical role, i have had in mind when he ly leave Russia because of
with William McChes-
candidate, Edwin H. Andrews, in bia University: itanism and that the church along Martin another NEVERTHELESS,, though uttered those resonant wordsa any conversion away from

m which he challenges the election out., does not wish to come to ney in the Republican of the- McNamara has acquired a month ago, that in our life- communism.

.. come. :In fact, based on'our recollection -" ''This non-election period seems an grips with life and the world. national supervision reputation for rigidity in Con- time we shall not know some
: economy. That being the
gress, he has won the re- of the things the Commissionhas case, my ;
,- of Dr. Andrews' recorcl.'Tiis reelection appropriate'time to suggest calm reappraisal Recently in a Southernstate friend 'said, the chances
Also, the two principal figures spect of most leaders in both learned about the assassination -
-= "actually would !i. ,etrogres- of the newspaper and broad- (Georgia) the legisla- in the intelligence field, the legislative and executive ? overwhelming that before be
=- sive. casting tradition of beating the ture adopted local legislation John McCone at the Central branches,, and some of the There is no common guess.I left Russia the Soviet Union

--- drums for every citizen to get out allowing communities with a Intelligence Agency and J. President's most influential have heard many versionsof had recruited him as an agent.

.. = (2) Our cal for ,investigation was: and J vote. To us this has long bordered specified population level to Edgar Hoover at the FBI, are personal advisers, notably what Warren might have IT IS IMPORTANT to understand
hold referendums on mixed- favorites and for- former Secretary of State had in mind, as you undoubt-
combat and Republican just what this means.-
: to innuendo suspicion
:: on absurdity, for it amountsto drinks ordinances. Such decis- edly have. Some are inherently The recruitment of

cast at the registrar's office, not to driving to ,the polls those with- ions would replace a situa- preposterous (e.g., "It wasa does not'presuppose that agents one

i : ::-: personally attack county vote registrar out interest in a campaign and there- tion generally acknowledgedto W plot of the Dallas Police'Department has in mind' the execution of

Alma Bethea. But since the fore usually without knowledge of be hypocritical and of dub- ashingtonMemo and America is try any particular act by that

3 .. ::. office serves both* city' and county, candidates or issues. A more, con ious legality. An certain organized denom- Bureau ing to save face by burying agent. It is often a purely
campaign by From the Cowles Washington the story") some heavily
-:e with poor definition of authority and structive editorial line, it is suggested inations brought several thou- technical routine matter.

{ -:'' : resulting conf usion. : it.needs,investigation would be: 'If you have taken sand telegrams of protest. At YOUR NEIGHBORLY NAVY: Vice Adm. William R. ("The were security loused .arrangements The Soviet Union might very
Y Smedberg, the Navy's chief of personnel, has shot his agen- up. well have recruited Oswald as
1 for clarity's sake. Example: the trouble to inform yourself on no time during the state'stests '' The Secret Service knew all
cy so full of the milk of human kindness that some irreverent an agent, in the sense of
__ The city or county hires poll clerks, candidates and issues, by all means in recent years, in subordinates now call him "Friendly Old Adm. Smed about Oswald, but neglectedto arriving aLan understanding,
which its and university -
"- Bethea public One manifestation of the radical is slogan run. him in, and we dare with him that if the '
but are they responsible to Mrs. get out and vote. If you have not, school in berg. new policy a contingency

= ? Example:Ha't-Mrs.-Betliea! :on it; is. your patriotic duty .to stay_ during system the were desegregation jeopardy that now is printed _in large letters, at the bottom of of not confess to this terrible act should arise when he
negligence"!); some churlish
each letterhead: "People to the Fore in 64. might be found to be especially
occasion received conflicting legal away from the polls. crisis, was there any ("Warren had to mind dis useful, In some connectionor
advice from city and county? flood, or even a trickle, of graceful behavior by
STARTLED HUSH: There was a noticeable pause in the members other, the secret service
t Most severe, criticism of the ,Gainesville telegrams from religious lea- general jubiliation the other night at the fund raising dinner of'the Presidential party would get in touch with him.

((3)) State_Attorney y_ T.. E. (Ted) Sun on this issue has come ernor dership then supporting in office the in gov-his for Democratic members the House. Jose Benitez, the ex- in the motorcade. .,.."). Consider, now, the event ,of

", j Duncan's,_ ,,ac .'yation )it cgrand jury. from",the extreme integrationist wing hour of moral decision. Deputy High Commissioner of the Pacific Trust Territories, ONE ANSWER I had froma November 22,1963. Ken nedy ,
occasioned it when he announced in a clear voice, as the shot dead, and Oswald '
j is justaiicL,proper,tmderTthe pall;of.suspicicaD&h'ich .' of'.our community.: It feels, the Sun meat course was being carried in, "Those look like my filet former member of the Central hended. Suppose the appre-Soviet

l WJ haa53oakc
f! 4 procedure sine&-Marcffif. prop'" Negro effort" achieve states:under those who,inspired and manyof in a Haitian meat venture and many Democrats these Strikes me as plausible enoughto and find that In fact

; erly conducted, an investigation will the sun. We have tremendous re- those of who sent the about tele- days tend to fan strangely silent when Baker's operations>are wish to share with you. My Oswald had been recruitedas
grams concern friend who has been intensively -
strengthen local governments. spect for such groups. We especially mixed drinks have raisedno mentioned. schooled in the : a secret agent. Suppose,

practices further that the Soviet
) endorse their efforts to better Negro voice in the greatest mor- of espionage and counter- government *
TRY SUGAR: The Department of Agriculture, to which we either had knowledgethat
(4) The editorial of last Sundaywas educational changes by tutoring, to al and social problem of this should all be perpetually grateful, now reports in an official espionage, reasons as follows! : .United States counterespionage

substantially correct In its_facts,.. better Negro.housing by abolition of generation. No lobby has appeared press release that "rasberries, blackberries, and boysenberries Oswald, as everybody* forces had penetrated f'
the dismis-
but we erred on one point. We im slums, to better justice by grantingthe to protest are easily injured by salt" And one of our unofficial knows, had:! spent many the arrangement, and knew
sal of '
perhaps as many as investigators who has looked into this matter says it makes months in the Soviet 'Union, that Oswald had been formally }.
plied it was improper foran: election Negro equality under the law 199 ministers for asking their and not because he
them taste pretty bad, too. _|dikes the recruited that if the
J clerk to sing out the name of voters to better Negro chances for economic congregations to obey the landscape there, but becausehe 'U.& government; or did,not already -

for the benefit of persons on the progress via job opportunity.But law and the courts and to apply had declared himself in essential :- know about the con-

sideline. This is,jivfact. provided in,_ the Christian ethic to life. sympathy with com.- ,, tract, they might very win,

law. We didn't like.the'personal Publicity 'our hope for the future of None disputed the right of FYtLk R. munism.he Granted tired in due. in.the heat of' the investigation -
course life
the clergymen to organize ckd4ouiCeti in find out about it immin
when we got our ballot, but it's the Negro is based firmly on Negro Minsk; but he never
their anti-liquor campaign.But ently. ._ ,
legal. self-improvement, with a firm assist J cJir his philosophical fidelity
there was cynical reac- I .CJ.i&l1& IF WE ASSUME, as I most
) from the rest of us in overcom- tion even in the legislature.
With those matters out of the ing educational and cultural lags cumulative "Don't these preachers ever from his behavior; on his re- Secret,,Service did not give

way, we arrive at the point which since his importation get excited about any- ;Oswald orders to kiD the President

really ticked off our critics last Sun- slave. thing except liquor?" askedone f II one can imagine the

day. We criticized door-to-door recruiting weary-legislator. Voice of the consternation the afternoon in of the November Kremlinon

by "especially motivated per- On the other hand, the color prob- Few churches have remained People %2. Suppose their routine arrangement

sons in search of new voters" with lem will not be resolved by flimsy in today's vast city with Oswald were
slums. The flight of the
the observation: "Such doorstep oak- stop-gap measures to sway an elec- to become public knowledge! 3

taking would inevitably cram the tion with disinterested citizens re- rapid church and to suburbia extensive.has Here been =Qn The Sun's Opinion Page I Imagine United the public States,uproar and all lathe

registration books with a disinterested cruited as voters while cooking din and .there, in the largest of those l
Opinions cod comai. ts of S.a radars are wtlcom In MM Vlc of ... People. colmM. Letters bristling atomic bombs
marginal voter susceptible to the ner. the great city chums, one must bo signed ..d boor the writer' .CWr.... Homes will bo wHUield if requested. A letter should Might not Khrushchev have 3
merest whisper i of suggestion." finds a Roman Catholic or an not exceed 500 words and mast be written en only one side. of the piper Poetry a.BOt.. ..... The communicated immediatelywith
occasional Protestant church. Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it,'wHbovt cbeaejoo' the writer' meaning or the
We have sought to establish the intent. new President to say

A week of brimstone hasn't chan- Gainesville Sun as a believer in equal As' Pastor Myers said, "This We confess we had Oswald asa
stringer, but so help us, we
ged our minds. rights, as a defender of the poor and growing mass of men, women Disputes LiquorPriceFixing caL operators. Strict enforcementby him order
much to be said local gave no to assas
and children is fenced off There is authorities, not high
ignorant, as an of corruption sinate the
enemy President
of the
for selling these licenses to prices, will keep our local industry
from the church by the ex-
We have a simple thesis i, : and as a tool for public, dialogue.But pressways and zoning the highest qualified local clean. The ethics of United States.

laws.: ." EDITOR, Sun: According to bidders. The proceeds should some licensees have already would Johnson have, almost surely,

(1) Registration of voters regardless we refuse to acknowledge thata j a news item in the Sun, the go to the public treasury. been made clear enough responded grate

of color or creed has vote cast carelessly] is a creativeor "THE REALITIES life in new liquor licensees have After all, the value of these through their pricefixing fully initiate(why his should he desire"to

been accomplished with ease in Ala- progressive, act this day," he said, "are food, held their first pep meeting. licenses is created by the re- plans. In view of this moreor an apocalyptic tenure confrontationwith with an
jobs and, human rights. It is Some of these new licensees strictions created by a pub- less open meeting of price
chua County. It is accomplished withno would have fixers, it is likely that the individuals the Soviet Union as defendant
that simple and it is that have decided to keep the ,local lic law. They no -
fear, no threat, no insult, no And the virulent attack uponus complicated. The realities of liquor industry "ethical' value at all if they were free- involved in this conspiracy in an act of mag J. ; .
bloodshed. It is an ordinary unexciting by elements seeking to uphold life are not church conven- through a system of price- ly available to aH reputable really don't know ) and nervously (how

ritual, likened to getting anew arguments which fly in the face of tions whose delegates and fixing and political activity businessmen. The total valueof how conspire to fix prices. away profoundly from important the inflammable to keep

I I automobile tag. reason, convince us of the wisdomof leaders are those most adeptin designed to increase the mon- the licenses given away Hopefully, there may be Imagination of the American
I licensees who will ,
methods of church house into thousands: of some recognize
opoly the public has runs many
the late President Whitney Gris- keeping. The realities of life power dollars. the need to meet the people, details of the formal f
freely granted.
(2) The individual who stirs himself wold of Yale, who said: are not vestries whose chief so The great scramble for licenses It might be a good idea outside competition and refuse connection the Kremlin between. Oswaldand

i enough to walk or ride a few preoccupation is the preservation is evidence enough for the citizens of Alachua to go along with any THAT, THE HYPOTHESIS)

t blocks to register is a motivated per- "We are the world's greatest of buildings and bud- that their value far exceedsthe County to consider some price-fixing scheme. is, is what Warren had in +

son. He is likely to take ,his citIZenship salesman, but can't even talk intelligently gets and the fear that some various license taxes that means for extracting their The 360 votes the liquor operators mind when he spoke of the

seriously and acquaint himself about our greatest product group win come along to the 'liquor store operatorsmust fair share of the monopoly "control" cannot with- necessity that the American =
wreck the established orderof The of take. Say, through an In- stand aroused '
democracy. pay. practice restricting an public opin- people wait a generation or so
with suburban life. The realities the number of local crease in local liquor license ion. U liquor prices in Gainesville before they are told the back..

of life are discovered only,in licenses is designed' to serve feeL: As a mhihn m, we are not competitive, I ground of the assassination.

POTOMAC FEVER & history, in men and move the public interest, not to create should expect our local dealers will buy elsewhere and switch But Mr. Warren of course

'. ments. These are real and ,monopoly profits ;for the to,compete: with the low- my support to the "drys.. put his foot in his mouth. Because ,

they exist, they create new'structures lucky few. And now the recipi- cost operators cad stifl keep, A note instead of paying for all his authority,he
By Fletcher Kneed Cowlea Washiagioa Bureau they evolve decisions -
$'{ ents of this public largesse our community standards : high dues to a price-fixing or-' does not have the power' to
they take directions
X::Gold water admits he made "several mistakes" in the New Hampshire camp they,,reach new plateaus. .** have decided organize for high. ganization perhaps the operators say to the people about his town
fgn. He shouldn't blame himself. A man can't always get laryngitis when he political purposes and. to prohibit The citizens of Gafeesvflle should pay higher local careless remark: Strike

should. This was an uncomfortable competition among should insist on competitive taxes to defray the increased that from the record.The: people

sermon-but it is one with appeal themselves. All, this is done prices aDd not be ,misled by costs of law. en- heard it the first test, and

Fans of Bob Kennedy who waat, to make him vice-pre&Jdemt'j organize a especially to young in the name of keepiIIg'the false dates.about oet-of-town forcemeat imposed by : their in Europe, at any rate, ftey

I "grass root::iRd ground swells" committee. Are they trying to nominate, a manor Americans: who are seek industry char This may be kaIen" and ,fee"'high J8duItry r- are ruas&g to the circus witii!

a mole?, oomn entLr illegal; it certainly 'UBethlr ethical standards of the local MILTON KAFOGLIS it ,
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4A QainMvilte Sun. Sunday, March 29, 1964

; Wednesday at 8 p.m. The 600 delegates to t h .

: COLORED tr meeting wQ be representing,;
I NEWSI A free-will offering will be 421 public and 272 private junT '

: ,. received. ior colleges with 950,000 stul
; B. F. Childs Colored
p atxnzuflk SUttIt ; dents. Florida has ,more than!

; NEWBERRYNEWS chard Daniels, Mrs. James SPECIAL NOTICE' $4 public' junior! _colleges with]
PLANS PROGRAMThe Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.' Percy Included on the program, entitled approximately 36,000 students. '
Gospelairs, singers from l Days, Lorenzo Hill, and Mr s. "Mental Retardation" Hosts for the meeting will

--, Williston, will appear,in a musiCal -, Legrand Perry. set at the ,Mt Carmel Baptist include members of the Flori! V.
J JOHJf B. HABKISON Pr....... ... at the Mt. ZoraBaptist All funds received will be
It program us- Church with Rev. Tk A. Association of Public Junior '
...... J
.'... ... I'A'Z cOWLE& rice Church with Rev. LeRoy :, ed toward the club's church
pastor on Tuesday, will be a CollegesuQf which Gibbs is
... ED .JOHHSOW. Tie rnawt -' : ,
Florida's Beautiful w Zz..u.e Mttort W. G. mun Thompson, pastor, todayat project film, entitled' "Who Care s one of. 23 members. .,
I, t _. ..;.A., .. ,. r muoz. TU rrttUcat ..* ADtrccUrt *- 3 p.m. President, Miss Lillie Johnson About Jane". "
t.I University City Y.rUdq BOB, TABXAC.UONZ. There is .no admission price,, ; Reporter, Mrs..F. G. Win- .
,.. **". -.. .... TU. FresUMl ... CtremUU but a free-will offering will be, gate, Jr. RECEIVE AWARDS '
.. ...If...(.*. accepted. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. TAMPA (FAMU- ..;, Florida ,

I .. ::;=-.. THE SUN'S POLICY PERSONALSMiss Olive Primitive Baptist- A & M University was'one of t

.. SLATES PROGRAM Rosa Mae Jackson, a Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; morning three state institutions-of higher r !
I .:i, 1. .Report the news fully and impartially In the new columns. There will be an Easter program -student at Florida Memorial worship,11,ajn.; and evening education to receive two superior '
.... J. 2. Express the :opinions' of the, Sun nut only In-editorials rendered at the Mt. Her, College at St. Augustine, is .$ worship, 6 pjn. Rev. H. awards In" the state
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. man Baptist Church with Rev, spending the Easter holidays in Kinsey, pastor. first Intercollegiate 'Poetry

\ _, ::_ The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 A. L. Jordan, pastor, today a1 t: Gainesville with relatives and< Spring Hill Baptist Sunday Festival held' here last' week.
: Want Ads 376-4672 3 pjn.BUSINESS. friends.Dr. School, 10 ajn.; morning wor- end. : .
,. ..... Lincoln Bliss Childs and ship, 11 ajn.; and evening wore ,Held at the'University of!
MEETINGThe brother, Petrus K. Childs, and ship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Da- South Florida; the"festival was
Ii Floral Court No. 113 will others,' all ,of Jacksonville, vis, pastor; Mrs. Catherine Mc- highlighted-by the-.presence of!
aL For Clarity's Sake hold its final regular busines i Childs, will arrive here early; GAINESVILLE CO-ED Gill, reporter. Archibald MacLeish.
meeting on Monday; April 6, al t today to visit with relatives and Ella Rawls of Gibbs Junior Pilgrim Rest Church !k -, Those scars on our back are from (3) An individual so poorly moti- 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. C, friends. College was one of the top models -'' Church of Christ in 1 Unity=Sun of ,theM2Cltish.Jectgre presented
'Ocala Road. at a fashion show staged in' day School, 10 ajn.;' and afternoon to -the three institutions
W. Wright on Miss Mary H. Baker and Miss ,
f./ the flaying'we' ;) ffered since publication vated that he must be recruited on Sel.1ena
During this meeting, the Ennie James, both of Miami, downtown St. Petersburg : worship, 3:30 p.m. Elder awards went to individual stu
of our editorial last Sunday.. his doorstep :will tend to be disin- dues, fines, taxes and Gran, were flown here ,yseterday to Hotel. The event, sponso Rufus Armstrong, pastor; receivingtsuperior awards

terested, if not a political illiterate.He Union fee are to be paid in visit with Miss' James' rela- I ed by nurses of Mound and Mercy -Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter. .. I at the ffestlxaL r. rTapeswerereceivedby
full. I Hospitals, featured Mis s Friendship Baptistsun .' Florida -
01 The editorial dealt with the Gain- itves.
is less to inform
likely himselfand Mrs. Mary J. Hart, of Taxing Rawls in fashions by Ruth's, day' School, 9:30 ,ajn.; morning A&M University, Florida,
esville city .election-the poor .bookkeeping in fact, may feel:' ,illogical devotion A LANDMARKBible ton, ''Ky., .whose visit here for a women's store in'St.. Petersburg worship, 11 ajn.; and ev Presbyterian, College and th<

.. which could ;have enabled to any pressure group which Thought-"I will bless the past two weeks ,has been ening worship, 7 p.m. Rev. D. University.of..Sout FJorida. s
the the Lord at all times: his praise pleasant flew home yesterday.Mrs. Miss Rawls Is a sophomore E. White, pastor; Mrs. Susie Superior awards for chora
twice large num-
some to brought the registration certificateto
shall continually be in my Ann Mills returned here business major. White reporter. reading-went to students frorr
; ber of superficially i apoiled absentee, his doorstep. mouth. (Psalm 341.; ) yesterday from Atlanta Ga., Hopewell Baptist There Florida A&M ,and ...Chipol: i.

!, :- ballots,'"and"the' odd ps keeping ,by where she was called because FINAL MEETINGThe will be an Easter program 7:30 Junior College. ..SiLperioi j
-. ', clejrWI J .. ...,, i.Citing '. We are trying to say plainly that PROGRAM SET of the illness of her aunt, Mrs. Floral Court Lodge 'No. p.m.. today. awards in the readers' theatre
some election .# a: :voter recruited on the doorstep bya There will be a program, en-; Annie Gorman, whose conditionwas 113 will hold its final regular Mt. Pleasant Methodist ''';'' went .to USF and FAMU.
J :: titled "Mental Retardation" reported as somewhat im business meeting on Monday, The pastor, Rev. W. M. Ferguson The' FAMU readers, directed
I :;: election, irregularities real, pressure group before a heated held, at the Mt. Carmel Baptist proved. April 6, at 8 p.m. at the homeof will baptize during the by.Mrs. Irene Edmonds, assistant

: imagined' and ,,rumored, yre urged a campaign is not a good voter. We Church with Rev. T: A. Wright, Miss Hattie Wallace, of Ocala Mrs.'C. W. Wright, on Ocala morning worship at 11 a.m. to- professo..p&. speech,
I' .
; mean just that. pastor, on Tuesday March 31, passed through Gainesville Road. were: Roland Benson and An
grand jury investigation. at 8 p.m. The public is invited yesterday en route to Deland. During this meeting, the tax day.ALACHUA St. Luke AM. tony Sweeting, of Miami; and

.- Some of the nation's greatest Sam Brown of Tampa pass- est: dues fines and Grand Union E.Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Delores Wilson Tallahassee. 1

:t We are going to say more to thinkers have adhered to the UNION CLOSING TODAY ed through the University City fee are to be paid. morning worship, 11 ajn.; and
The Seventh Division Ministers route to Jacksonville there will be an Easter '
yesterday en pro
:: day. But the issue is so complex, we tion that the 'elt t"Uat'ft
only good voter is a and Deacons Union, auxiliary to spend Easter Sundaywith NOTE OF THANKSWe gram, 3 p.m. The members and
: are commencing 'with some qualify motivated and informed citizen. 'We of the Jerusalem Mission- his sister, Mrs. Carrie L. the family of Luke Willie friends are asked to be present .

f -,:-- ing statements: could cite Walter Lippmann as a rec- ary Baptist Association, with Barber, and other relatives. Certain, wish to thank friendsfor Mrs. May Jones, reporter. EDWARD ALDRIDGE

ognized authority But it was stat- Rev. T. D. Davis, moderator, Master Edward F. Franklin, their donations during our Mt Nebo Methodist The Funeral services for Edwar
j = Gainesville Sun is in which began March 27 at the St. of Jaksonville is visiting with hours of bereavement. The fame pastor, Rev. G.'S. Cameron and
(1) The nor ed most
succinctly ,last summer by Aldridge of Starke will be hel
Luke Baptist relatives and friends here during ily. congregation will conduct joint
1 I way party to the suit by defeated Dean Edward"W.. Barnett of Colum Rev. N. A. Jackson, pastor, at the Easter holidays. services with the .ChurchSchool today at Greater Bethel Bap
::: candidate Edwin H. Andrews, in bia list Church at 1 p.m. with RevA.
University: Paradise, is closing today. I WILLISTON NEWS 10:30 ajn.; morning
-= which he challenges the election out- PLANS PROGRAM. worship, 11:45: ajn.; Easter Vinson officiating.
recollection WILLISTON NEWS EASTER PROGRAM SET There will be an Easter program 3 Rev. G. S. Ca- Aldridge is survived by his
come. In fact, based on our "This non-election program p.m.
period seems an widow Mrs. Eva Mae Aid
Mrs. Bessie Mae 'Wesley, re- The youths of Bartley Tem- at the New Hope Baptist meron, pastor, Eugene Clark, _
I := of Dr. Andrews' record, his reelection appropriate time to son; Edward Jr.
suggest calm reappraisal porter. pIe) Methodist Church will spon- Church today at 7 pjn. reporter. ridge; a o)
I actually would be retrogres- of the newspaper and broadcasting EASTER PROGRAM sor'their Easter program today The. public is invited. Mrs. Church of God by Faith No. 'Starke; his father Eddie Al

sive. tradition of beating the PLANNED' 5:30 p.m. at the church. They Juanita Wallace, chairman. 1- Sunday School, 10 a. m.J; dridge of Earlton brother

.- drums for every citizen to get out There will be an Easter program will be in charge of the services Bible study, noon;, W.W.C., :and sisters, Mrs.. Edna Ma

: (2) Our call for investigation was and vote. To us this has long bordered presented at the New during 4he day. NOTICE Meeting, 5:45 p.m.; and evening Baker William, Mrs Aldridge Evelyn, Mrs.Jenkins Thel
:: Hope[ Baptist Church today at The University City TempleNo. worship, 7:15 pjn. Elder J.
to combat innuendo and suspicioncast absurdity for it Clark and Loyal Aldrige
on amountsto CONVALESCINGJoe ma ,
7 pjn. I 900, Daughter of Elks, will C. McKnight, pastor R. L.
:; at the registrar's office, not to driving to the polls those with- The public Is invited. Warren, a citrus growerof sponsor a popularity contest on Hutchinson, reporter.St. all of Starke.
i; = personally attack county vote registrar out interest in a campaign and therefore CARD OF THANKSWe I Mims and well known here, March 30 at the Mason Hall at Paul C.M.E. Morning Burial will follow in Oddfe! <

.:: Alma Bethea. But since the usually without.knowledge of the family of A. B, Austin -, is in a Washington, D. C., hospital 8 pjn. worship, 11 ajn.; and evening low Cemetery under Hailei the dire f
= wish to express thanks and and is reported as im- The public is invited. worship, 6:30 pjn. tion of Chestnut and.
office both and
serves city county, candidates or issues. A more con- gratitude to our friends for allthe proved. eral Home of, Starke, ,
.'' with poor definition of authority and structive editorial line, it is sug- "- I
kind and thoughtful expressions -: PROGRAM DUE' DOOR RALLY SET GIBBS JC PRESIDENTST. l
I Z resulting confusion, it needs investigation !- gested, would be: 'If you have taken of love during our great I There will be an Easter program ,The Floral Court Lodge No. PETERSBURG Dr. MRS. LILLIE DeSUE

: ::t for clarity's sake. Example: the trouble to inform yourself on bereavement Mrs.: G. B. Austin -' at the Friendship B a p- 112 will sponsor its. door rally John W. Rembert, president of Funeral service for Mrs.

7= The city or county hires poll clerks; candidates and issues, by all means wife; and family. tist Church yat4pm.Participants Saturday, April 4, at 8 pjn. at Gibbs Junior College, will be lie' DeSue of Starke will A
: are asked to the home of Mrs. Ona M. Pyles, 600 administrators held today at New Hope B
ii but are they responsible to Mrs. Beth. get out and vote. ,If you have not, among college
BENEFIT COFFEEThe meet at the church at 3:45 pm. president. and faculty members attending tist Church at 3 p.m. with R
1 ea? Example: Hasn't Mrs. Bethea on it is your patriotic to
duty stay Young Women of Allen .The members are asked to the 44th annual convention L. W. Moseley officiating. Bufial f
occasion received conflicting legalJ away. from the polls/ Club of Greater Bethel A.MJE. have pay 10 cents for, each ""' a' "d Healing services! begun
advice city'and county Church: entertained recently their homes.PATIENTS -
of Junior Colleges. March Grove Cemetery under the
at'the "East' Side 'Ch rch"of
::: : Most severe criticism of the Gai- with a benefit coffee hour and God in Christ with Elder J. C. -April,2 at the Americana Hotel rection of Chestnut and Hail

J (3)) Attorney T. (Ted) nesville Sun on this issue_has come game; night at the Jr.home of Carter, pastor, nightly at'8 p.m. AILING in'Bal Harbour. Funeral Home of Starke.
Mrs. F. G. Wingate, Ronnie Fox is ailing in the J. ,
,I' Duncan's activation of a grand jury from the extreme integrationist wingof An arrangement of assorted WILLIAM V L. JENKINS H.: Miller Medical Center Mrs. .. ON THE RIGHT
is just and proper under the pall of our community. It feels, the Sun greenery and red roses in a Funeral services for WilliamL. F. D. Shannon, reporter. = ; ;V.

'\, suspicion which has cloaked the election has struck a dastardly blow at the mills glass vase was placed onthe Jenkins, of 610 SE 13th St, K' .
procedure since March 17. Properly Negro effort to achieve status under serving table, with red will be held at the Greater :Bethel IN HOSPITALThe >h -
candles in silver holders. The A.M.E. Church, on Monday following persons are patents Mr. Warren'sRiddle
conducted, an investigation will o the We .
sun. have tremendous respect -, table was laid with a white Iinen -' at 2 pjn. with Rev. M. M. in the Alachua General .. :
strengthen our local governments. for such groups. We especially cloth. Lindsey: officiating, assisted: by Hospital; Mrs. Mary DeBose 4 _

endorse their efforts to better Negro Guests included Mr. and Mrs. the pastor, Rev. W. S. White. and Will Knight Mrs. F. D.

(4) The editorial of last Sunday educational changes by tutoring, to Junior Givens, ,Mrs. Kelly' Interment V will follow In Grass Shannon, reporter.

was substantially correct in its facts, better Negro housing by abolition of Campbell, Mrs. Willie J. Lawn Cemetery.The ,
Knight Miss Henrietta Bailey,! following will serve as ....., '"*
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but erred point. We implied slums to 1By/ ..
we better
on one justice by grantingthe WILLIAM F. BUCKLEYI "' -
Mrs. Alex Henry, John Smith,pallbearers: Aaron Wyone, R UNION MEETS
it was improper for an election Negro equality under the law, Mr.[ and Mrs. Nathaniel Young, bert> Lightfoot, Cleo Butler, Madison The Fifth Division Union, auxiliary make it a point to ask not, in other words','apparent
clerk to sing out the name of voters to better Negro chances for economic Mrs. Nathaniel Woods and Mr. Nelson Leman Parker, of the Jerusalem Association those I meet who are concerned ly leave Russia because of --

for the benefit of persons on ,the progress via job opportunity.But and Mrs. Olie Johnson. Freak McClearly, C. W. Nor met yesterday at the with the investigation .any- conversion away fromcommunism
sideline. This is, in fact, provided in Assisting the hostess, Mrs. F.G. ton and Emmett Coachman.The -It. Nebo Baptist Church with I by the Warren Commission Into --
Wingate, Jr., in the hospital body will lie in state at Rev. Eichard Harrison, pastor.TO the death of President Kennedy :* That belrig-the case, my
law. We didn't like the personal pub- our hope for the future of ties were: Miss Lillie Johnson Duncan Brother Chapel from 12 : What can Mr. Warren friend said, the chances are

licity when we got our ballot, but it's the Negro is based firmly on Negro Mrs. Herman Fitz, Mrs.C. noon today until 12 noon Mon- APPEAR IN RECITAL have had In mind when ,he everwhelming that-before he

legal. self-improvement, with a firm: as- W. Banks and Mrs. Ellis day, and will be placed in the Prof. .H. G. Boggs, blind uttered those resonant wordsa left Russia the. Soviet Union
I I sist from the rest of us in overcom- Harrison.[ church for viewing at 12:30 p. pianist from Clinton, Ohio, and month ago, that in our lifetime had recruited' him as an agent
With those matters out of the ing educational and Contributions were received m. until the hour of funeral singers will appear in a recitalat we shall not know some -IT 13:IMPORTANT to understand
lags cu from Gussie Bulter, Mrs. Dorothy Duncan Brothers, morticians, the Zion Temple A.VLE. with of the things the Commission just what this means.
''I I way, we arrive at the point which mulative since his importation, as Akins, Rev. and Mrs. Ri are in charge. Rev. W. L. Souder, pastor, on has learned about the assas- The recruitment of a g e ate
\ really ticked off our critics last Sun- slave. sination? does ,not presuppose that one '

day. We criticized door-to-door recruiting I There is no common guess., Jias. in mind.,the execution of

by "especially motivated'per On the other hand, the color prob-- I have heard many versionsof any particular act by that
what Warren might have agent, It Is -often
Voice of the a purely
sons in search of new voters" with lem' will not be resolved by flimsy : Peoplen had in mind, as you undoubl-; routine matter. ': -

the observation: "Such doorstep oak- stop-gap measures to sway an election edly have. Some are inherently "The Soviet Union might very

taking would inevitably cram the with disinterested citizens re- preposterous (e.g., *'If{ was, well' have recruited Oswald as
registration 'books with a disinterested cruited as voters while cooking'din' ) The Sun's Opinion Page I a plot of the Dallas Police De-' .an agent-: 'in'the; sense of
partment, and America Is trying arriving'aVan understandingwith
marginal voter susceptible to the next .
merest whispe ;Tof Opinions end comments of SUB readers arc welcome in the Voic. of the People column. Letters to save face by burying him that, if the contingency -
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should the story") some heavily should arise-when he
We have, 'sought. to establish' the not exceed 500 words and must .. written .. only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be .....The technical ("The security ar might be found Ao be especial
A week brimstone hasn'tchanged Gainesville Sun as believer. in equal Sae'.ryes_ the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writers meaning orIIITWIII' rangements were loused up. ly useful, in some connectionor
;:: The Secret.Service knew all ether,, the secret
minds service
our rights, as a defender the poor and operators. Strict enforcementby
ignorant enemy'of Disputes LiquorPriceFixing There Is much to be said local authorities, not high about Oswald, but neglectedto would get"in touch with him
as an corruption, run him in, and we dare Consider, now, the
for: selling these licenses to prices, will keep our local industry event of
We have& simpIe..theis J .--and.: as. tool for
public ,
a. dialogue.
'. Vi I i.q...''"_:.. '.... "- the highest qualified local clean. The ethics of not confess to this terrible act November 22, l963..K e n nedy
.: : : 0" of negligence"); some churlish shot dead and,Oswald
EDITOR Sun: According toa bidders. The proceeds should some licensees have already appre
(1) Registration" of voters. .-'' regardless --..". But we refuse to,acknowledge that news item in the Sun, the o.the. public treasury. been made clear ,enough ("Warren had In mind 'disgraceful hended. Suppose the Soviet
of. color or creed, '- has-:;; a vote cast; carelessly is ,a creativeor new, liquor licensees. have,' : After all, the value of these .through their pricefixing I behavior by members Secret Police search their records
been accomplished with ease in Ala- progressive 'act.o. held their first'pep.. meeting. licenses is created by the restrictions plans. In view\of this more I of the Presidential" party and find that in fact
in the ,,motorcade. ). Oswald had been recruitedas
chua County. It is'accomplished.with Some of these new licensees created by a public or less open meeting of price
law. They would have no fixers, it is likely that the in- ONE ANSWER I had froma a secret agent Suppose,
have decided to the local
no fear, not. ,threat, no .inS It, no And the virulent attack uponus keep dividuals involved in this former member of the Cen- further that the,Soviet government I
liquor industry "ethical"through value at all if they were free- con-
bloodshed. It is an ordinary unexciting by elements seeking to uphold a system of price- ly available to all reputable spiracy really don't know : tral Intelligence Agency either had knowledgethat

I H ritual t likened to getting a arguments which fly in the face of fixing and political activity businessmen. The total valueof how to conspire to fix prices. strikes me as plausible enoughto United States counterespionage -

J t! new automobile .tag.. reason, convince us of the wisdomof designed to increase the monopoly the licenses given away Hopefully, there 'may be friend wish, to who share has with been you.intensively My- arrangement forces had, penetratedthe and knew
licensees who will
the late President Whitney Gris- power the public basso runs into many thousands of some recognize "
the need.to meet the schooled in the prac-J that Oswald had been formally
(2) The individual who stirs him- wold of Yale, who said: freely granted. dollars.It outside competition and refuse tices of espionage and counterespionage recruited; or that, if the
self enough, to walk or ride a few The great scramble for licenses might be a good Idea to go along with anypricefixing reasons as follows: U.S. government did not already 1
is evidence enough for the citizens of Alachua
blocks to register is a motivated "We the world's scheme. Oswald, as everybody know about the contract
per- are greatest
that their value far exceedsthe County to consider some
knows, had spent they might very win
,many ,
I son. He is likely to take his citizen- salesman, but can't even talk intel- various license taxes that means for extracting their The 300 votes the liquor operators months in the Soviet Union, in the heat of the investigation \

ship seriously and acquaint himself ligently about our greatest product the liquor store operatorsmust fair share of the monopolytake. "control" cannot with- and not because he' likes the find,out about it immin

with issues. -democracy." pay. The practice of restricting Say, through an In. stand an aroused public opin- landscape there, but because ently.IF.
the number of local crease in local liquor license ion. If liquor prices in Gainesville he had declared himself in essential WE ASSUME, as I most
V licenses, is designed'to serve fees.. As a minimum, we are not competitive, I sympathy with com decidely-'do, that the Soviet
t POTOMAC FEVER, V. V ,the public interest, not to cre- should expect our Jocal dealers will buy elsewhere and switch munism.' Granted, in due Secret Service "did"cot give
'. ate monopoly profits for the to compete with the low- my support to the "drys." course he tired of life in Oswald orders to kill the PresIdent

'< > By Fletcher Kaebel, Cowlea Washington Bureau lucky few. And now the recipients cost operators and still. keep A note instead of paying Minsk; but he never renounced one can Imagine the
of this public largesse our community stand- highdues to a price-fixing organization his philosophical fidelity consternation in the Kremlinon
,;Goldwater admits he made "several mistakes" in the New Hampshire cam- have decided to organize',for ards high. perhaps the operators to communism, and it Is clear the afternoon of November
- p; gn: He shouldn't blame himself. A man can't always get laryngitis when he, political purposes and to prohibit The' citizens of- Gainesville should pay higher local from[ his behavior on his return 22. Suppose their routine a/-
t should. competition among should insist on competitive taxes to defray the increased to this country, where he rangement with Oswald were
? :Y; '':-, .a themselves.; All this is donein prices and not be misled by costs of law enforcement took several opportunities to to become public knowledge!
i Fans. of Bob Kennedy who want to make him vice-presideat H organize a the' name' of keeping the false,claims about' outoftown"cutraters" imposed by their espouse the cause of Castro's Imagine the public uproar In

"grass roots and ground swells" committee. Are they trying to nominate.... a manor industry clean. This may be and the 'high industry.MILTON Cuba,' that his political allegiance the United States, and an
a mole? > ', illegal; it certainly Is unethi- ethical standards of the local KAFOGLJS had not changed.'He did those bristling atomicbombsl(

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1l f i .:. .. Effect of fax Race Violence, on Election J s Cloudy. .

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I By PAUL WILISTAlLAHASSEE dates. But the size i of the shift i Asked the same type question Mayor"'RobertKingHigh ,of a1c'prob1e i > btresolved."showed Burns' indecision and
is violence going "In Miami, we have made it] some of his weakness in hand
(AP-It) is in each direction the questionthat while the was Miami said he felt that the Jack-
.far from clear what effect the Burns Draws CriticismBut cannot be answered. on, Burns had replied, "if sonville 'violence had made it possible for people to communicate -ling the situation."

mimi Jacksonville outburst of racial Asked directly what he doing my duty in upholding the necessary for.each candidate ,to with reason. When you I "He tried Inject politics,"
! \ lawlessness will have on the thought the effect on the race law is a characteristic some face the issue "and discuss the refuse to provide a forum, the! Mathews said. First he triedto
I an race for Florida governor. May Not Be HurtRightly might be, Burns said that he people would not want in a governor record of how be has addressed alternative in many areas of.our blame Dickinson, (Mayor

it Exploding :as it did in the was acting as mayor of a city, then its time they found himself to, this. problem- in his country',*has' been violence: in the I Robert King) High and me, and

j .. .. .ingth back yard of a leading candidate not as a candidate for governor, out about me anyway." area." 'F streets. I next the northern newspapers.Then '4
Mayor Haydon Burns, the or wrongly, Burns Offhand, it would seem likely in the matter. Of the'other candidates for the "What has'happened in Jacksonville Fred O. Dickinson of West he backed;up. I think it's

1 ti violence' touched. off. a wave of was criticized for the violence. Burns won't get some Negro "The fulfillment of this officeis office who expressed an opinion, ,".High said, "graphically Palm Beach said: painting a bad picture of him.
speculation in political quarters votes he otherwise would have government, not politics," he all said they thought Burns' points up the need for us to "I think the less said the bet- When a man deliberately in-
he threw
critics said that
ar about whether it changed the The received, but that he' will get said. "I will do whatever is campaign had been hurt. Again, enlist;reason and take this sensitive te about the crisis itself and I jects politics into a situation, he
i bat "lineup of candidates. down the gauntlet to restless some segregationist votes that proper, without regard to whatit though, the question of the de- issue off the streets and have nothing but sympathy for loses the respect of a lot of pea
tol Opinions about, its probable Negroes by saying that they could have gone to other candi- may bring." gree was unanswered. to the conference table. This Mayor Bums because this is a ple."

I TlBl .effect varied) so widely that they couldn't stage illegal demon- bad situation and could grow into The political camp of Fred
J -'Cbviously'were; little more than strations. The outburst of violence a statewide problem. We Karl, Daytona Beach candidate,

r.:':'unfounded speculation. followed.Compromises The Merit Fusservisors shouldn't drag it into the political reported that "it has taken

fin System Jacksonville.fires, but should try to help drive.some?of the steam out of his

Then he added, "I think this "Burns was counting on his

.; ,:.. \ By ALLEN MORRIS,. visor is from 12 agents and cerned, it is perhaps signifi- could have drawn $6,- sort of situation can do nothing organization and we found some

l'CI rc TALLAHASSEE The seven clerks in Southeast Florida cant to see what* followed the 900 a year under the merit sys- but hurt Burns and (Sen. John)' of his. workers in metropolitanareas
to five agents and one clerkin exclusion of -the 56 positions tem but the Legislature set the Mathews. It wouldn't help any almost apologizing for
Likely on RightS. between.,Governor Bryantand West'Florida.Governor from the merit system. As of salary as. exempt positions at of the rest of us if this sort of him," a spokesman said.

ti Attorney General Kynes over the first of the year, this was 6000. The Motor Vehicle com thing occurred in our home "We think it has helped
to, review now of jobs taken Bryant takes the the situation; mission's supervisors went from: towns. The degree of it no one KarL"Scott
By JOE HALL, the moment are insisting they out of the.merit system em- position that this free rang $6,300 to $6,600, about the knows. It is too early to telL" Kelly of Lakeland deliberately .
2:I will not compromise. phasizes anew the gray zone- ing kind of supervisory job Beverage department sev- raise granted state employes Mathews, who also is from' steered away from the
WASHINGTON (AP) What the human element-in state just doesn't fit into the merit en positions taken out of the generally. Jacksonville, said the situation Jacksonville matter.SELFPROPELLED.
III I will be the outcome of the marathon Sea Hubert H. Humphrey, D- employment.Both system. Working irreg u 1 a r merit system, no change among .
Minn., floor for the hours of his existing two Attorney General Kynes
civil rights debate in the manager the Governor own making, personnel, vacancies
I bill, says his side wants the and his checking on agents who may filled, and two vacancies sought to reopen the. questionnow
Senate? I House-passed version without attorney gener be scattered over many counties -still existed at the time of the instead of in Decemberas

t The most likely answer, basedon change. So does President John made valid if Cracker the supervisor occupies a survey. the Personnel Board origin-
where ally agreed to do, because (1))
son. position satisfactory
points, per
experience and the''candid Development Commission HEAVY DUTY MOWER POWERED BY
and formance is difficult to the legislative committee on .
views of senators, is thata Sen. Richard B. Russell eve Politics prove. 11 ion 4 CYCLE. 3-H P. BRIGGSSTRATTONENGINE
many though The Governor says it's not positions, one resignat personnel had asked this be
bill will pass but not until important D-Ga., the Southern leader, says is on the long possible to document the air- one retirement, and six vacan- done, ((2)) a number of agencieshad BIG 22-INCH CUT
compromises have been his forces will fight to the bitter cies filled. reorganized and the sit-
end of a 4 2" tight firing case that the mer-
made. end to defeat any bill. vote not to reopen at the mom-, it system demands without hire Hotel and Restaurant commission uation may have changed in ONLY

The time is anybody's guess, But many on both sides are 'ent, the discussion is,far from ing private detectives followan six positions, no these, and (3)) a review before
but senators expect the willing to concede that amend !being concluded. erring supervisor around. change, two vacancies filled. the identity of the new Governor

final many vote in May. ments will be adopted .as usually I Politics aside, and maybe. This virtual immunity, in turn, Motor Vehicle'commission. was known could be politi- All
is the case in the Senate, that's asking too much. the well may breed irresponsibilityand 20 positions, one dismissal, one cally objective.New : $56 Mowers
The principal architect of the and that the best, bet is that very real problem separatingthe laxity. transfer within the agency. with Serviced

final version may well turn out these changes will dilute the theoretical from the practical It's an entirely different mat- Park service two positions, F I and gas oil

to be Republican Leader Ever House billDirksen '' is people's behavior and, in ter,. observes Governor Bry- one resignation. R Ready to
ett M. Dirksen of Illinois. who declares he part, how far can unsupervised ant, when it comes to jobs in Racing commission three positions UN.

Leaders of th e civil rights wants a bill passed, supports supervisors' be trusted to func an office.. The hours there are no change, two vacan- E

bloc, and of the Southerners, at much of the pending measure in tion. regular, and the employe is ei- cies filled.

line with an agreement he Getting down to specifics, ther present or absent. The duties Road department t seven posi- E Handle
reached last year with President -while 56 jobs were removed are defined, and the em- tions, one change with incum- Controls 3 H.P. 22?
Connally Uses John F. Kennedy.But from the merit system by the ploye either produces or doesn't. bent transferring to another =- s -r. "' PUSH TYPE
he feels that major Personnel Board (that's the Those jobs fit into the merit agency controlled by the Governor L

Wounded Hand changes are needed in two sections Governor and Cabinet) on Aug- system pattern.But two 'vacancies .filled
fair employment practices -ust 14, 1962, virtually the whole how does taking the supervisors Thus, it would appear that
/ AUSTIN, TeL (AP) Gov. which was not in the original discussion has turned around out of the merit sys- only one outright dismissal re Shaw'W: *lker of Office
John Connally on Friday used, Kennedy bill, and public 16 which superficially appear tem change matters? The Governor sulted.- ", ment and its pages efficient use.
accommodations.The difficult to fit into the there As for while it is true
his right hand to write his signature -' exempt says a grapevineof money, FREE to Purchasing andO
\ for the first time since Senate starts debatingthe policy-making category. information in every organ- that some of the positions, the tice. ExecutivesI
he was wounded Nov. 22. provisions the bin itself Those 16 are the 11 district ization. If Supervisor Doe isn't Legislature having met and I
Monday, with the proponents supervisors for the Motor Vehicle doing his job, the word soon fixed salaries meantime, com-
"His wrist is still extremely planning to take all week to lay Commission and the five I will reach the Commissioner.Now mand more, others were reduced Lifetime 20" CUT
stiff but he has good movementof down their case for the meas- kindred positions of the Hotel the Commissioner can The Hotel and Restaurant i guaranteed 4 2V4H.P.cycle $

the hand itself," his office and Restaurant Commission. I act, and Bryant thinks this commission's district sup- steel base
t said. ure.After three weeks of debate, In the MVC, a supervisor stimulates the supervisors to CompltttOtf'ut WE SERVICE AND EPAIR ALL MOWERS
the Southerners permitted a checks on tag agents. The agents -perform. Under the merit system MORTGAGE MONEY i Otjiitn
Connally was critically wounded vote Thursday on taking up the are'the men who try to even with an investigator's TERMS 5'/2 %TO INTEREST 25 YEARSBUYBUILDREFINANCE i C.: B. BOHANNON JR.
by the same sniper who shot House-passed bilL This was make sure that newcomers get report, it still might resolve itself 601 W. UNIVERSITY AYE. ,
and killed President John F. adopted handily, and a separate Florida tags when either theygo into a question of one CALL :
1 r Kennedy while the pair sat in a vote rejected a move to send to work or put children in man's word against another's. DAN BYRD PH. 372-2555 Easy TermsS.
motorcade 'with their wives in the measure to the Judiciary public schools. The range of Insofar as the Bryant admin- 825 N.W. 13th STREET .. E. 7th St.. at 8th .Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561

j Dallas. Committee for 10 days of study. ; responsibility for a MVC super- istration's motives were con-, PH. FR 2-2511 I I -

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I I .::4i Salinger Bid developments j I[
March 19 when Salinger resigned Jordan.

i II THISIS. .o as'presidential' press sretary. > Jordan had refused Salinger's ..

I : ForSenateCourt fOK He flew to, California to candidacy papers on thef
t :
f declare h&1 candidacy; estab- grounds that the newsman

S lished a San Francisco hotel had violated state election code

t RRN w.r c 9w ;i c t Our Town-" .by residence, hired battery of requirements covering party affiliation
SAN,FRANCISCO,(AP-With lawyers, campaigned all over and length of state resIdency I

a champagne' toast and a yell,: the '700-mile-long state and .
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By JEAN CARVER I"the campaign is on!" Pierre mounted the Supreme Court hadn't lived In
Salinger, who
.$ wnIayt Salinger celebrated the California fIght.
4 Brownie 16 i I destroying natural habitats of Supreme Court order declaring California since 1955, has beena

t Having successfully: alienatedthe 1 bluebirds and purple martins. I he is.legal candidate for "I'm ,elated," said Salinger, registered; voter in Virginia.

eight million or so ,Beatle Some folks worry about job the Democratic. nomination for 38, in Los Angeles Friday when Jordan despite Salinger's sworn
25-mile radius rehabilitation for, destitute coal
fans living in a :
U.S. senator.It he heard the court had ruled in statement, said there was' no
of Gainesville, the subject for miners and farmers, others
s y today should now strike bird- write letters making an appealfor 'was the last of a series of his favor and against the Repub proof Salinger was a Democrat.

lovers from the list of. loving building bird houses. .-
.. readers. Specifically, "Martins love
4; S Yr .%S lp Y'1 'S5y-pwvo <"f5 M y/.a Nonetheless, THE letter of people and mix'' well with THE

,fpi9 YY' f f M'. !ID k 'yyr'Y yet ;wY A p. ...wfrpsy the week that crossed the edi them. A street dance was heldon
& ? tor's desk and passed like the the city square one eveningand
4 ; j7Y. proverbial buck, down .the the dancers were within VARIETYRCA

j jill .: line simply cannot escape comment 40 feet of some houses. Far

from disturbing the birds, the
11/ It came from M. D. Anglin, dance provided them with entertainment I

president of honest injun the martins obviously

r' "The National Association for enjoyed. They flew about

I the Protection,and Propagationof the lights treating themselves

t the PURPLE MARTINS and i to a late snack of bugs and

BLUEBIRDS of America, Inc." then sat on the porches of their ,

t I Now there are times when homes watching the proceedings

you get letters that make you with apparent interest.

doubt someone's, er, good in- Visitors complimented the_ club IN =

Boys' Club Pancake Chairman Bob Hancock gets in some early practice for tentions. And communications' on the success of their campaign -

; the annualUnderwood Pancake Day next Saturday. Lending their support are Dennis bearing the letterhead of a by remarking that they STEREO AND

1"- (left) and Bob Roberts. More than 2,500 are expected to attend group whose condensed initials had not seen a single mosquito VICTOR

l the all-day event at the Boys' Club which helps raise funds for the club's come to something like NAPP- all evening." TELEVISION
PMBA do not necessarily strengthen Well, despite Mr. Anglin's fur-
operation. _____________ _____ _. one's confidence. ther'references to martins' per- CONTINUES THROUGH THIS WEEK

Especially when you note sonal habits being beyond
, Your Sunday Visit To Jr. .that the president of the NAP reproach, Fit be darned if NO,FOOLIN' .- OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. We invite comparisonon

College PPMBA lives in Berryville, Ark. you'll ever catch me at a mer any level-Sound production, Re-production Picture quality and PRICE.
We bought thousands of dollars worth of RCA Victor Stereo and TV sets
That just seemed to carry this ry street dance with a blockof
t THE LIBRARY Meet Slates fowl devotion way out on a mosquito-feasting birds flitting AHEAD OF. THE PRICE RISE to come, and now we are offering the lowest

limb. (Forgive us our puns.) about overhead.Be prices on RCA' Victor in years ., Come in and LOOK AT OUR PRICES

: But since the Post Office con- serious, Mr. Anglin. and act NOW they'll never be as low again!

f.. From the Loan Desk UF OfficialsTwo firms such a locality as Berry However, In case you share

ville, who are we to questionthe Mr. Anglin's love for the dwindling -

, University of Florida ,message President Anglin'sletter : martin and bluebird population Fantastic Low Low Prices
By REV. U. S. GORDON a long-faced and dismal piety. bears? ASK
here's what he.
will take In requests ABOUTJIEE
J Jesus attracted the children men leading parts
Gordon affectionatelyknown Mr. Anglin.and his protectionand I :
(Dr. and a wide range of men and the 44th annual convention of on RCA VICTOR
as "Preacher," is minis- the American Association of propagation associatio J]I Build a colony of martin
I ter of the First Presbyterian women by his ministry. Dr. Junior Colleges March 30-Ap- are very concerned about disappearing houses with each house having, !'

..'f Church of Gainesville, wherehe Trueblood, a prolific and force- nil 2 at the Americana Hotel in purple ,martins and I several compartments, each COLOR TV
recently celebrated his 35th ful writer, develops the theme I Miami Beach. bluebirds. about six inches by six inches

anniversary.) that one greatly neglected aspect Robert R. They blame modern civiliza. by six inches. The house
They are Wiegman
of His life was a sense of I 'lion and expanding suburbaiand I should be on poles about 10 to $200 off
rector i and Willis A. Lavire, SOME MODELS
"TheHumor of Christ, by !romt1. He illustrates this by.I industrial developments foi 14 feet above ground.
D. Elton Trueblood. Harper some ,30;'passages from the ''associate director, of the Junior AS MUCH AS . .,... .

and Row 1964.Easter synoptic Gospels, the readings I College Leadership Programat l
I the University of Florida. Weather Watchers
e being from the American Revis- Keep
Sunday is a time of I Both will speak at a forum
ed version.To .
and.triumph following hard scheduled for Tuesday, on staff
joy on the:tragedy and sorrowful those who do not associate ing needs of junior colleges. The Wary Eye on Tornado Alley $40 StereoAlbum TRANSISTOR

of Good Friday. Christ a smile or a sense of humor JCLP center they represent is 0 :
aspects: RADIO
with the Master, Dr. Trueblood' I
concerned with the
indeed "a Man of sorrow ED L. :
was By CAMPBELL Tornado alley Is that area of i
insight would dispel, a
I and acquainted with grief, but administrators and other KANSAS,CITY, Mo. (AP-A the midcontinent that stretches FREE
idea.: We 'shouldrealize
does not staff for junior collegesAAJC's .
the author of this book small army of weather-con from West Texas northeastwardto FREEWith
t that high seriousness of
Miami convention is
exclud;humoras_ an essential scions and both
men women, the Canadian border. Over
purpose and depth of feelingare expected to attract nearly 1,000
aspect 2f His-eharacter. amateurs and professionals, is the years more twisters have purchase of
i not incompatible with a delegates from across the coun- Guess the number of beans in the
We are norparticularly at- glad Sand sometimes merry try. Florida's burgeoning junior beginning to keep eyes on the been reported in this area than Console Stereo jar ;in our window. The nearest
skies in tornado
who has a indeed and alley any where else in the country. Combination.Select correct wins the 8-Transis-
tractedlby a person spirit>but reinforces college system will be well guess
perpetual grin on his counte-. makes whole the perfect humanity represented. Eastern Kansas and western your favorite. tor Radio No purchase neces

nance and one is equally repelled =of our Lord. Gov. Terry Sanford of North Teacher Missouri are in the heart of the sary. In case of a tie, duplicateBUY

St the other extreme by This is a small book of 6 chap Carolina will give the opening amDeadline alley.Officials in the Kansas YOUR prizes: will be awarded.
City STEREOCombination
ters and 125 pages. You will address. Junior, college educa- SetForAprUlS Weather Bureau
tion expert Leonard V. Koos, prep-
probably not want to.put the arations for spotting tornadoesand
Fla. Deaths, book;down until you have fin who is 83, will give the banquet t issuing warnings to residents NOW
address Thursday. He is retired PRICES SLASHED.
V ished?ll this spring in an area .
The following new books will but teaches some classesat roughly bounded Sioux
Marriages be available the University Florida.. April 15 is the deadline for by City, SEE FOR YOURSELF
the Gainesville
at : Iowa[ ; Hastings, Neb.; Russell Never Again
I registering for the N a t Ion al
t Public Library tomorrow: Kan.; Tulsa, Okla.; FayettevilleArk. LOW
60 'SlatedFor Teacher Examinations to be given Every model advertised is on our floor
; Mississippi River. PRICES
Diyol-ces Up Saturday, May 9._The University for your inspection and demonstration.
The Worlds of Shakespeare"Chute of Florida will be the April, May and June are the
( and Perriea worst tornado months. The
play I past
Moose testing center for candidates
JACKSONVILLE The composed of 12 of Shake- nine years the Kansas City Bu-

f State Board Health today ret -, spears' pla :abD\V ng his dr*I.r- from. Alachua and nearby coun- reau has issued from three to

[ ported .that Florida's deaths, matie-ranger-"Bears: : in theFamily" ties.A five tornado forecasts a monthIn
Initiation Bulletin of Information,
marriages and divorces increased Krott a 200-mile said Bob
l ( ) a natural- and area,
containing an application
":) from 1962 to 1963; that ist's experiences In the Italian Baskins, supervisor of guidance e -,
births and infant deaths decreased Sixty men will be initiated describing registration procedures In ,_
-- Alps with 2 bears reared from forecasting a news confer- Dsor
be obtained from /
,. into Gainesville's Moose may Oma VARIETY
cubhood C k"Moosehead ence Wednesday.The
; "Cooper's r e e of Pub- xcAVrCmit
# director.of ( ) account of Lodge Tuesday night by,, the ritual County Superintendents government agency issues Than
Oliver H. Boorde, an team from Moosehaven lie' Instruction or from the III 7Ot rT. '
a tornado forecast whenever
of Public Health an expedition into the interiorof
.; the Division Board of University Examiners,
the lodge's retirement center.'' +ckand
Statistics, said ,also that the Australia in 1860; "All Hon The ceremonies will : honor fOB Seagle Building. conditions indicate the likeli- It. Whit. STORE

I( state'spopulati n was estimated -orable Men" (Goodman) corruption Since the May 9 administration hood of tornadoes or severe :
Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins Jr.
thunderstorms. It issues
t at 5,639,000 as of July 1, and compromise Am is a "local" administration, a tor- =
t long active in Moose affairs. iR5r AYE
1963. "This means the state erican life from the,Revolution applications should be filed ar. nado warning only after a con- 7 S.E. j *
Ceremonies will be .
p.m. firmed tornado has been
at rate of ary period to the present; "The sighted
has grown a approx- in the lodge.Membersof. cording to instructions furnished
imately :17,650 persons a month Philippines" (Ravenholt) survey with the application form. on the ground. ON THE
when of'the social Institutions the ritual team The Kansas City Weather Bureau CHOOSE YOUR OWN '
since th 1960 U.S. census history; that will install the At the one-day testing sessiona .
\ the population was 4,951,560," and politics of the Phil- Judge J. candidate take the Com. has a staff of 117 volun- CREDIT PLAN
C. Adkins class of candidatesare may Service wolWe
he said." ippines; "Symbol, Status, andPersonality' mon Examinations, which in. teer sky watchers located about We
retired at
Moosehaven near five miles around the Bank Financing Available Sell' iVv
Boorde said the state's birth (Hayakawa)-con elude tests in Professional In. apart
rate has continued to decline, temporary American culture Orange Park from lodges formation, General Culture city. Other bureaus, such as Special Farmers and Teachers Plans
1' since of 24.7 births revealed of throughout the nation. 0 n e :I Sedalia nad Columbia, Mo., Wi- 90-Day AccountsNo -
apeak; per through our use hails from Canada. English Expression, and Nonverbal
.: chita and Topeka, Kan., have Carrying Charge
in 1956-an
1,000 population language; "Dramatis Person- They're Walter Henley 78 Reasoning, as well as
per cent drop in the last seven ae" (Brown) reminiscenceson of East SL Louis, HL; John, one or two of thirteen Option 1: from one to 50 observers. -- ----.-

jears.There were an estimated the theater during the past Smallman: : 68, Hialeah; Herbert Examinations designed to dem-'

114,641 births last year 3 decades.BIOGRAPHY Redder, 73, West Toronto, onstrate mastery of subject]

against'115,248 in 1962 and 80- Canada; Harvey Hess, 66, Cicero matter to be taught. I j

087 in 1953-a decade ago. "A Day ia the Life of President DL; Pearson Cuipan, 7i 1,
death figures
Preliminary Kennedy" (Bishop) tow Dubois, Pa.; Henry Kessler, 82, X-15
show 3,207 infant deaths Up Again Why
each hour of one particular: day: Indianapolis. Don't
!t\ among rre 4gnts in '1963 a decline YOU .
\ was spent by the president, his FORCE Make
with 1962. EDWARDS AIR
of 77*ompared
i There weie 43,111 marriagesin family and staff; "The Lyndon To Preach 50th BASE, Calif. (AP) Scientists, Up Your

f in 1963 according to preliminary Johnson Story" (Mooney)-: Easter Sermon hoping to develop lenses that Mind To

figures against 41,504 In the 1956 biography revised and eliminate distortion at high tem- DO
expanded; "George C. Marshall peratures, have sent an X15
1962. Divorces and annulments
Ohio (AP- Something
Education of General" rocket plane on a 3,920-mile-an-
increased from 22,178 in 1962 to The Rev.William Frey has _
22,893 last v ear., (Pogue)-first volume of a projected pastor of the : hour flight with a 'camera :. ...
3 vol. biography by the same Lutheran, mounted in its nose. '"!;$-'.; .
director of the Marshall Foundation Church for half a century and: The test flight by Ah' Force50th l ::

AFMumOn ; "Take One Step" (Ay- today he will preach his I Maj., Robert Rusbworth on'Frf.

i ier rault) autobiography of a Easter sermon. day was meant to probe heat
The man who first met the: distortion problems the 2,060

Injuiry practicing with psychologist cerebral palsy.handicapped Rev. Mr. Frey when he came to I m.pJu All interceptor would

FICTION Peace Lutheran Church at face if it were .used as a sky
-- by Arnheim in 1914 said near-I l spy. I
.i WIESBADEN "I John Mordaunt"
( )
Germany (AP)
be in the congregation to The Gainesville Mutual Will Make It
The U-S. ATr Force cloakedin historical novel of an English
sermon. I TAX
secrecy Saturday its inquiery Royalist resisting the rule of
George Wright, of Possible To Get The
into the flight of a reconnaissance Oliver Cromwell; "The White owner a i GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS :
plamr shot down'over Cockade" (O'Brien) histori- general store, said he has heard NEW HOME : YOU NEED !
all 49 previous Easter
messages ,
Communist ZEast Germany 18 cal novel based on the struggle

t days ago.Officials. of the English and the Frenchin "and" hopes to hear many I' 1321 H.W. 'tla k. FR 6-2924 Jfr : ____
at the Air Force Canada; "Hurray for Me" more. j Yes, }finally./ do something about getting< the new
European headquarters also re- (Wilson) -a story of child home you've o. wonted! We have the lowest finenciny -

fused to give any information, hood, its joys, tears and un- Important Announcementto *, '_._
on the-two officers returned certainties; "A Sign Upon My = !! Lower interest. rates up to 25 years,

here Friday by the Soviets or Hand" (Adler) a young Jew- LIQUOR STORES too! ,_l- .. __ .
on an:;injured lieutenant re- ish woman's search for her own ;
identity; "Rogue's Harbor" NO DISCOUNTS or SERVICE FEES
Captains David I. Holland, (Fletcher) historical novelof
35, of Holland, Minn., and Mel- English settlers in North!
vin J. Kessler, 30, of Philadelphia Carolina; "The Golden Plain" ACCIDENT. This can becovered. by "Dram Shop :
Liability" which we are'able to provide. Standard
i appeared in good condition (Bordier) -a novel of-love and liability does not cover such a loss. Gainesville Mutual
t1s as-they were whisked off hope in today's New France; :

to an air forc hospital for a "The.Faces of Danger" (King;I CALL TODAYHiytWme- }

routine Jheckup. mystery:and 1I1 irdeiari Flo ;"

I The United States insists that rida's Gold Coast;"The SeventhGalaxy Instance Aecy BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION

the RB$6! jet strayed into East Reader" (ed. Pohl) -! 107 N.,Main St. FR 2-1433 ,
The Soviet Union collection 6 :: 217 N.E. 1st Street Fhone FR 6-677 or FR 6-2415
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It.t March on Tally Is Termed a Success Despite Small Turhoutj ;tii +. : ..

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t TALLAHASSEE ,(APThe 4;.>!- sought a last-minute change to familiar "We Shan Overcome." Dr.;'Gilbert Porter- of Tallahassee ,no place to go back to except
much-.h.e raId e d civil rights Gainesville CORE take the"marchers- past the state The marchers generally'were head of the.all-Negro FlorIda heaven." .#,
i march on Tallahassee! is over, capital ,
1'andgi public ex passive. In the, baseball park ,
f Saunders said the
and today Negro leaders labeledit State Teachers: : .Association, march dem .
Refused to Take Part posure. they thumped the'sticks holding onstrated unity in the civil right
termed the civil bill "a
a success despite a disappointing their the wooden .
This f was the basis of the objections signs, on. movement Florida regardless i
I turnput and friction between I bleachers and chanted: political necessity t r.1964." He
J of the Gainesville of the,tiff with CORE. "I bike
the -
!!. ,sponsoring? organiza- marchers, called upon the President to put -
members of the During the speechmaking, with
sev- representatives of
tions. p.m., about one hour after the An eleventh-hour dispute over every I -
full behind it"
1 NAACP Youth Council, which eral of leaders weight branch in Florida
An estimated 1,500 Negroesand demonstration was over and the the march route caused Con- the hit at Gov. today he
whites paraded to a state streets cleared. He said Easter. gress of Racial Equality leadersto was divided about equally be- Farris Bryant for his alleged Indifference The invocation, given::by ;the said. I' KodacoIoEEand

baseball park, sang and listenedto holiday air line business prevented abdicate control over the tween Negroes and whites. The to the civil rights Rev. Isadore Edwards .of.Fort Saunders said the NAACP had -
J -. three hours of speechmaking. an earlier arrival march in favor of the National group boarded. its bus for home, movement, Myers,'was an impassioned plea 17,000 paid-up members and -

) There was- trouble. Rockwell, sunburned and puffing -,Association for the Advancement ond calling class"The the demonstration "sec The Rev. George Pinkstca, for the movement many' more. contributors Floe -PM*-
Citygliway"paErol; : : on a:new corn cob pipe,was of Colored People., head of the NAACP in Bryant's ''Lord. we have headed this ida.
. \ men and state conservation officers led away from the airport by a But Robert Saunders of Tampa marchers carried all man- home county of Marion, said "J way for 100 years. But before we He said the Tallahassee'march black & whiteR
formed a barricade to single bearded follower. He state NAACP field secretary -ner of signs protesting Southern want to.teU our home boy (Bryant -go farther we want to thank you signalled a beginning of an ac --
prevent3he fine of march from scheduled a speech in Jackson-I said the hassle did not affect efforts to block passage of, the ) that we,are in spitting distance or courage and for the President tive year for the movement ir -
moving iortlflo the capital cenI ,ville today. I the number of participantssave President's civil rights bill and of the capitol but I can't of the United States. God, the state. i --
ter. Thejnarchers turned.as Tli- .Rockwell said his Tallahassee, for one group of 80 from calling for equality in'employ- spit that far. stand by that man,." said Ed- -

rected by parade marshals.Early"4n followers numbered 10 to 15. His Gainesville, led by Jim Harmel- ment and anend to racial barriers "But I can holler and ten him wards. Select your new, s .....-.-
the day, George Lincoln plane also was met by several ing, :a white university of Florida : in public'places.. that if he looks this way he car Edwards went on, "God touch SPRING 2 --
I Rockwell, head of the so- highway patrolmen and John student, which' refused. to As they marched they sang see a new generation of freedom the heart of the governor of this FABRICSSINGER aat -
.: called American Nazi Party, Evans, director of the legisla- take part. -
and shouted "freedom now. In fighters. We can vote that ras state to where he knows that ---
telegraphed that he would arriveto tive investigations committee, CORE,leaders, who first submitted the stands at the baseball field cal. out and vote' another rascal] freedom is good for all men. We -- .
lead i counterdemonstration"to who would not comment. the approved route, they locked arms and sang the m." were born in America we have -
helptmy people resist Com-
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.CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP- cr I. .
Secretary of Labor W. Willard

Wirtz said in Cambridge, -
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brought more progress in ) a _ _
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recognizing Negroes' rights BRIGGS STRATTON \ ; -

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Harvard Law School, "every 0 :
Inch of if will be lost" if the QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .
nation does not provide more PRICES GOOD THRU TOP

jobs for'Negroes. APRIL 1ST.'..
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KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) '. }'
'I Richard.M, Nixon said in Karachi $ 9 5 : ; .. -'..' 4; : --_ : STAMPS ..
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that Pakistan's President REG. 79< FISHSticks
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After a long talk and luncheon -
with Ayub,,the former U.S. 60zkg. :
I vice president said "any talk of POLEBEANS P 39
Ayub's being taken in by the LB. ...,
50 STAMPSSausage
Chines Communists or by neu- .
tralism is bunk." !;.i LB. 59x -.1' 44.

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bus, Ohio, railroader, was *! LB. w- -
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named in Washington as "loco- BAG 1 ...
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1 i'. Larue:had his name added to *1 79 7t ASTOR FROZEN PURE CONCORDGrape *'11.'
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a silver trophy and received "ar: .
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French Premier Edgar Faurein 4 PERSONAL SIZEIVORY Decent Cake .
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the Kremlin. The government 1000 TNIU1 ARR. IT
news agency said only ONLY 2 9 -
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marry Ethel Merman in June, Knife 1 i i 1
has gone to court in Los An- Regular 1.25
geles to try to collect $25,000 he
says he lent Mrs. Ricki du Pont, WHEN YOU BUY tl ."..
whom he once dated. 4 ''a ,0 r
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sigend a note at a bank for: 1 1 t i 1 UNIVERSITYCITY
Mrs. du Pont, widow of Francis 1 10 I Off

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:Bobby Isn't Boy, 9, Plays "Don't move mister- Goat
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Augustine :; Demography :, Like GunmanIn Vahey said, 'Trashed.Around' .

Tal'-ng Of Hold-Up Try the bar and when I got about 10
feet from him he started to

Arrests _Mount The FutureBy And Much-Needed ScienceBy ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) "Iwasn't back off. I caught, him. ,at the
scared at the time but I door and took the gun .away I
began to get scared when I tried to hold on to him while I
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS they were arrested. JACK BELL WILLIAM K. STUCKEYTolane lie. This is partly due to lack of it "Immediate, intelligent and thought about it." telephoned police ,but tIe .wriggled .
University Educations a suitable national forum, as ,humane must be taken "
St. The students arrived last Sunday WASHINGTON AP steps to away. .
Augustine police Saturday ( ) Atty.
' on an announced drive to ReportsIn well as to a lack of trained de I lower the rate ,of population Bartender Patrick Vahey 36, .
arrested three groups of whites publicize segregation in Amer Gen. Robert F. Kennedy was mographers to keep accurate growth in the United States. referred to a 9-year-old boy Later police took in tow the ,
* and who held sit-in today, demographers
' ,! Negroes I ica's oldest city. ,Most of 'this represented by associates Sat track of the situation, they con Radical departures from our wielding a .S -caliber revolver boy and a 9-year-old accomplicethey
demonstrations the are probably as scarce
city's" segregated protesting lunch coun, week they distributed handbills urday as doing what comes specialists in Aztec folk music as, clude. Fortunately, a few universities traditional policy are mad who tried to hold him up at a said had,waited outside the
ters. at the St Augustine tourist center naturally by keeping his mind and the general public knowsas foundations and private necessary in fact are even tavern Friday night door of the ,tavern as lookout.
urging motorists to leavethe about organizations are attempting demandeed by the spectre of Vahey said be was alone in They were turned over to their
and his mouth closed one as about the
Police arrested 27 persons of city. other.In to help on both fronts. a U.s. population of ONE BIL the tavern when the boy entered parents but will face action by -
, which 18 were from New Eng about the Democratic vice presidential LION hundred the Juvenile Aid Bureao
aimed said
The Population Council, a a years from the gun at him and ,
! land and the rest St Augustine In Jacksonville, police re- nomination. future years, however, the group whose trustees include now." -
Negroes. mained on 12-hour duty althoughthe world be ..
him. can expected to focus educator James B. Conant and
"They have been booked at St: city looked forward to, a Kennedy has committed more and more attention on de former Atomic Energy Com And they made this recom-i I
Johns County jail on charges of peaceful Easter. self only to leaving the Cabinet mendation: I.
mographers and their,relatively mission Chairman Lewis L. ... ,
and bonds set at after the November election. "We
trespassing $100each new science. strongly recommendthat
The Jacksonville biracial committee Strauss, is one of the few groups 1
," the desk officer said. formed in the midst, f This was no new decision. He Why? offering fellowships in demography. information and services

Police said the three'groups the violence earlier this week;issued told this reporter two weeks because This is significant since regarding effective methods of .. .. ,
Largely demographers
went to a motel restaurant and birth control should be made
its first before the few UJS. universities offer advanced
reportIt assassination of his
like scientists
I two drug store lunch counters weapons generally available by both governmental
s t u dy in demography;
and when refused brother, President John F. Kennedy have possession of information and
they to gave top priority to seekingthe according to Dr. David R. Nors- private agen .
officers were summoned. When voluntary integration of "all that he intended to resign capable of frightening the wits worthy, sociologist and demographer cies." I ,. X .
the youths still refused to leave, establishments serving the pub as attorney general after out of an already-worried human at Tulane University.And Birth control, however, must y

lic." The committee said it the election. race. the National Academy of remain a strictly voluntary mat- : t.: y,.

,yG.'k would also seek ways to increase Demographers are' the scientists Sciences, which has lamentedthe ter, the participants insisted. =..
s s 9i the employment of Negroes Then, as now, Kennedy said of population They gather "very meager" supply of Unfortunately, as they were k ,
and to train them for bet he had not made up his mind statistics on population and demographers, has called for told, even if birth control were ;,

ter-paying jobs.Board what he would do. He had not point out the social and economic -,massive foundation and public not controversial from religiousand
ruled out the possibility that he consequences'of population 'support for advanced study in other points of view, it still
.Y has
q d r practical 1imita ons. In In-
Awards would remain as a presidential trends. demography
dia for .
example, substantial
ysr : ,,y'. adviser. But it seemed to his Tulane recently provided a
Recently, Robert Cook, Press.: .portions of the populace continue
.< interviewer he toward forum on the population problem
was leaning
T Union IncreaseMIAMI dent of the Population Refer to disregard government -sponsored
a temporary turn to nonofficial through its Southern As-
ence Bureau of New York, is educational and service
: life that could lead to sembly program in which 60
Fla. (AP-An arbitration a sued probably the most chilling leaders from I programs on birth control. LET'S GROW
OIL future bid for office on his own. nearly every segment !
.y, 7T' board has awarded 1,800: demographic statements to of Southern society par More extensive research by
members of a union negotiating I Kennedy's relationship with date: ticipated. After three days of intensive demographers and sociologistsinto i STEADY"
with National Airlines his brother that could social attitudes conflictingwith
MULSIO a $45 was one "Unless we make a good beginning discussion of the international -
monthly wage package to be not possibly be duplicated with during the 1960's fa population dilemma, the idea of birth control is
reduce -
outside his needed before it can be used i 4.
spread over three-year period. anyone own family the rate of world popula- supplemented by addres s e s as $

TO CONTROL SCALE Arbitration was agreed on aft circle. tion increase, the problem may from population specialists, an measure.effective population control -In an insured I',
er a 24- iour siRks"feBf month well from the solva. Southern Assembly participants %
Kennedy recognizes that no very move account
INSECTS & RED SP1D Actually the dispute savings
by members of the Air Lines' such relationship would be possible ble to the insolvable." arrived t this conclusion: birth control
Employes Association. The may seem rather ceufxt tut
with President
walkout was called when negotiations His implication was that the trivial as the world approaches
broke downThe He seems to have meticulously world has only about six years Mathews the standing room only phase,,
avoided any intrusion into the left to do something about the some demographers warn
wage package, made ret decision-making process unless population problem."It Hits Foes9'Promises' Crowded societies which lack ATTEND THE
roactive to May 1963, will extendto specifically asked for an opinion took all the vast reachesof adequate food sources and other MENTAL HEALTH FAIRTuesday
the end of the contract period by Johnson. time to build today's world essentials produce political chaos
in May 1966.Egg population of slightly over three and dictatorship. And a dictatorship April 28th
The attorney general clearly billion," Cook wrote recently. is prone to using ,
goes along with the propositionthat "But it will take only 40 more By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS harsher methods of solving pro- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
MarketJAcKsoNVILL the President -, and he years, for the population to Gubernatorial hopeful John blems. After all, demographic 300 S.W. 2nd Avenue
alone-will choose his running :reach six billion if the present Mathews of Jacksonville said historians point out, drastic (No Admittance Charge)
(AP- Tte mate at the convention in Atlantic growth: rates remain Saturday tax cut promises by means of. population control
A Al.t"o Northeast ,Florida Egg Marketprlcg City, N.J., next August : ." his opponents were "ridicu have been practiced by other
'' retailers_ ,:, ,' cultures in the
Clb lous. I
= While past types of I
Under these some demographers GUARANTY FEDERAL 51NK
io selective
,. death control, for
< aa r Extra large 46-47%, mostly Kennedy's course is to wait :view such statements as MatheWS-- speaking in Jacksonville : such example
47; large 43.4434; mostly 43;'medium and see. "alarmist," many do,agree on 1 said candidates Fred Dickinson j infanticide.Will, as euthanasia and
@Hm@lL 38-41; mostly 39,40; small j thIs general summary: Scott Kelly and Haydon &, Loan Associationof
&CHIMICA1.COIIMIIf 303734, mostly 30. A more attractive alternative The decline in disease rates Burns "civflized" nations be
might direct Kennedy back to were currently trying to j forced to resort to such brutal
brought about by advances in
20 16th Aye. Poultry at farms: Fryers 13; Massachusetts to practice lawiapreparation.for medical science has produced a outdo one another, saying they I measures to solve tomorrow'spot Gainesville
FR 6-2661 ,_:henslight,6-7. u will cut or eliminate certain unpopular ,:
: J 'jally
__ a bid to be population growth which will exert terrifying poulation
come governor in his home taxes. J problem: ? 220 NORTH MAIN STREET PH. FR 2-8495
a tremendous drain on "But,they carefully dodge the Demographers Free Parking In Rear Drive-in Window"A
state. If he is re-elected this world food urge that the
sources, re
.. question of what they would substitute problem be FEDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION""Chartered
year, Democratic Gov. Endicott sources and even available living considered by our and Supervised by
Peabody might be willing to to operate the state, he society; well in advance so that
1otSTf get space if it continues uncheck the United States Government"Each
out of Kennedy's in 1966. said.Kelly adequate solutions consistent
01lL way ed. This population increase
( I seep. campaigning In the Orlando with the ideals of Western Account Insured Up To 10000.
could conceivably have a de-
area, said he was pleased civilization: can be devised.
I Earl C. May structive influence on Western with Mathews' stand on the tax -
from I ; culture or, at worst, threaten matter.
y the existence of the human
I Representing race. "His position can only be one SHOPSHOPSHOP
the The Equitable Ufo At present, many population of defending his vote for the tax .
II Assurance Society experts are afraid that their increase as one of the architects :

., ..' :PHONE, FR 2-1449, words of warning are not reaching of the big spending philosophy
I the ever.expanding, 'pobI that prevailed during the

,,,,, ,,, ,r I ELECTJasper last legislative session." IN GAINESVILLEDrop
Meantime, Candidate Robert
e JoinerTO King High, mayor of Miami, off your dry;cleaning on
.4r stayed close to home during the
: work .
.M k: your way to s at any
I Easter weekend. He criticized a

I '> \n I'"special interests" which he b of our plants, and, ; pick it up
said were not carrying their fair
I > ;, home
School share of the tax load.Dj.1rin.qnD your way
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campaigning in the
ALACHUA COUNTY Cape Kennedy area, touched 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .

RESTAURANT DISTRICT I No.leteerliylatelQ9eaealahre. 3 only briefly on taxes. He said All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises
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, Soviet Medical Care: A.llFree?' ,Fiji Digs Out crop was was extensive. wiped damage out, and to there the I -..

I After :Storms sugar industry. .-
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By REINHOLD ENSZ chief of the Soviet Medical Services -from drug stores free? "No,"years old he win probably needa SUVA, Fiji Islani (AP' ) Floods have abated over mostof -
I MOSCOW (AP- Soviet au- Board. Safonov admitted reluctantly.Are walking stick. Must we pay!Fiji,began recovering Saturday the- island and most of the
first for the stick?" he replied. after residents evacuated when -
The a 2,000
thorities five-day
question was: onslaught
keep saying that Soviet
.eyeglasses free?, Another
"Could you please tell us what tropical storms that devastated three, rivers overflowed their : :
medical care Isthe.ld'i_ best, ( V.
Soviet medical services are reluctant "No. More RefugeesMIAMI much of.the main island of-Viti banks Have returned ,to their L-

'and The that fact ills is that free.certain for everyone.sectors free,"and which must be paid Are false teeth free?, "No""But" Levu. '' 'homes. Gifts of money, clothingand S ...... .-
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(1 of the Soviet he quickly: added, "all Forty at food poured into the islands .
medical program -
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Soviet Premier Khrushchev's "As you know,'medical servicesin rowboat, reached Florida Fri 'one by electrocution United Kingdom and New Zea
new Communist party program, the ,Soviet Union are free." He was then asked why Brit day ; Eighty per cent of the banana.land.COMPLETE.__ : ,McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY ::::
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Including the supply of medicines services are free hospitals, 'coun- 400 armed Communist studentsat STEREO SYSTEMS
and the treatment of sick clinics, doctors, etc., try-did not. the university terrorized the McCOLLUM, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY :
( persons sanatoria." When he stopped, having ap "When a person ,becomes 70 15,000 other students. SALES. and SERVICE -.
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k : GirUIerrorized; ; Slain As Neighbors Refuse to Aid I

t: :. C Nlm lork Wtfta" Twice their chatter aDd, the 'I ment. The assailant stabbed she wasn't thereAt the The neighbor, a 70-year-old woman the homicide. M *ley had no
l her again. second door, he saw her slumped and another record is
t. By MARTIN GANSBERG sudden glow of their bedroom woman were previous married
f, .- NEW YORK -. For: ;:more: lights interrupted him and frightened Killer.Stalked, Stabbed Tm dying!" she ,shrieked. on the floor. He stabbed her the only persons on the street. has two childrt and owns a
:: than half an hoar 38_ respectable him off. Each time he re- "I' n dying!" a third time fatally. Nobody else came forward., home in South Ozone Park,
t.; .. law-abiding citizens watched turned, sought her out and for Windows opened again and i It was 3:50 by the time the Six days later the police Queens. Last: Wednesday, a
r a killer stalk and stab a stabbed her again. Not one I Prey Half an Hour lights went on In many apart- police received then first call, arrested Winston Moseley, a 29- court .committed him to Kings
woman in three separate attacks person telephoned the police ments. The yailant got into from a neighbor, In two min- year-old business-machine operator County hospital for psychiatric

In Kew Gardens, Queens. during the assault; one witness his car and drove away. utes they were at the scene. and charged him with observation.
-called 'after-tne woman cause "good-people". failed the-first floor and apartments Miss Genovese staggered to

, Good CLEAN CobsGAINESVILLE was dead., to call the police. I upstairs.The her feet A city bus passed on ruiwmna FURHmJ I FURNITURE FURNITURE ex FURNJTtJIhr

: That was two weeks ago Sat- "As we have reconstructs. entrance to the apartment Lefferts Boulevard. It was 3:35 "
: urday. the crime," he said, "the assailant is In the rear of the build a.m. The assailant returned. .

DIAMONDCAB sun shocked is Assist had three chances to ing. At night the neighborhoodis By now,5 Miss Genovese had ow 5,
: ant Chief Inspector Frederick kill this woman during a 35- shrouded In the slrssbering I crawled to the back of the buildIng z

M. Lussen, In charge of the minute period. He returnedtwice darkness that marks most residential where the freshly painted 2
'I borough's detectives and a veteran to complete the job. If areas. brown doors to the apartment Jill-

. Across From GvsyhouaJBuz of 25 years of homicide investigations. we had been called when he held hope of, safety. But the
Miss Genovese noticed
, a man
tried the first door
Station attacked she might not ;
first ,
S.W.4t. A..... He can give a mat- dead at the far end of the lot. She
ter-of-fact recitation on many now. ialted. Then nervously, she r
. Call 372-3376 murders. But'the Kew Gardens This is what the police say; headed toward Lefferts Boule- Plan Book

DAY or NIGHT slaying baffles him -not be- happened beginning at 3:20 vard, where there is a police
cause it is a murder, but be- call bar. ZM
" ajn.Twentyeight On
year-old Cath- KennedyWASHINGTON
She got as far as a street
ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A erine Genovese, who was call- light in front of a bookstore be
ed Kitty in the neighborhood, fore the man grabbed her. She (AP) -The
, was returning home from her screamed. Lights went on in "authoritative" book on events r Q -- -_. -
FLORIDA Swimming Pool job| as manager of a bar'' in. the'14stoiy apartment ,house surrounding John F. Kennedy's

Hollis. She parked her car In which faces the bookstore. Windows assassination will open with a

a lot adjacent to the Long Island slid open and voices gay White House reception and
by Rivers Construction Co.A railroad station. punctuated the early morning close with the President's widow

She turned off the lights, lock- stillness. receiving foreign dignitries

QUALITY POOL Backed by a ed the door and started to walk Miss Genovese screamed five days- later in the black May the, blessings of this glorious day give,

FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY the 100 feet to the entrance of draped executive.mSln ton. 4
: "Oh, my God, he stabbedme Faith in the of life for
goodness Hope
It will
her apartment, which is In a be written by William you Cz
Please help me! Please
2 SIZES16x32 and 20x40 Tudor building, with stores OB Manchester during the next zIt
help me! three to five years. Mrs. JohnF. the future, and Charity for all mankind... -
Priced at$3,000 to$3,500
From one of the upper win- Kennedy personally selected
dows in the apartment house, him for the job although she -:'
is sincere wish that :
our partake
ElectricalLighting a man called down "Let that had never met him, a family you may
girl. alone!" announcement said. of the of this the Easter '
joys day reliving
Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board Manchester .
The assailant looked at managing editorof -
Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner Installed him, shrugged and walked up toward the Wesleyan University message of eternal life. ':; z

Leaf Net Residential Commercial a white sedan parked a.' Press at Middletown, Conn, is .
CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION Industrial I short distance away. Miss Gen the author of "Portrait of a

CALL I ovese'.struggled to her feet President," a book on Kennedy .

RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. C. P. Dressier, Lights went out. The killer published' In 1962. t 'i1 .-
Mrs. Kennedy members ....:; .
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DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, I Electrical Contractor trying to make. her way around the slain President's family, .or. '{ ;" ;1 -
622-7048 FLA. Phone FR 6-6193 the side of the the President Johnson and eyewit.nessesto
I building by; ,.. .., ,
910 N.W. 4th St. parking lot to_get to her apartBills the Nov. 22 slaying of ".
Kennedy in Dallas will be interviewed '
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storyof 'J
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plans to open the book with the .atZ l

; ; Nov. 20 judiciary reception In
': .,Of, ; .: the White House and concludeit 19 S.E. 12th Ave.

stacked 7 with Mrs. Kennedy's reception

'up of foreign dignitaries thereon tL .
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DOUBLE- I There are no other business Interests to Interfere with This is a program which must be stepped up. I Inspirational -
the performance of a 24-hour elected position nor is leadership on the part of the sheriff can do
I there any reason such as a loss of private income to more than a number of uniformed deputy sheriffs can
: Grant special privileges or special considerations to do to interest boys to participate in worthwhile organization -
i anyone, friend or stranger. and I feel that I can do this well with my 1I
i prior three years experience as director of thIs league.

I I 2.' CHILD For several HOLDING I have CENTER.been telling of the need for 8. ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS.
CHECK !If' I a separate child holding center apart from the regular As long as laws are made, they will be broken When
:: I confines of the County Jail. That need still exists and they are broken it is a responsibility of the county's
; i: I shall continue working for this facility when elected chief low enforcement officer to perform certain
sheriff. duties. These duties CAN be done in a courteous hu-
.-I: : I' mane manner and yet be done in an efficient manner.
Well-trained dediatd deputy sheriffs who desire to
3. FULL COOPERATION' WITH ALL LAW be career law enforcement with a decent salary
"- ; ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. will provide proper end efficient enforcement. of the
You can't find an easier or more convenient way to i There are a number of city county, state and federalagencies laws.
-. ..: pay your monthly. bills than with a First Notional : which exist to protect the public and to investigate _
} Bank Checking Account. You'll save both time and to the fullest extent of the law any violation 9. COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
of the laws these ogencies were created to enforcvee A citizen charged with violation of the law who
money; there is no better receipt than your cancelled when the a or
There will be full cooperation
has been ordered held for investigation HAS NOT been
confidence in the Sheriff's Department. .
i I convicted in a court of low. Therefore that citizen Is
entitled to courteous, polite treatment by every law
4. JOB SECURITY. enforcement officer including those who serve os
Qualified and law enforcement officers need booking officers and jailers. A badge does not give
competent will not be anyone the right to mistreat another person, no mat-
their Jobs
YOUR CHECKS NOW PERSONALIZED FREE 'i and must have assurance that
plead doubt or jeopardy should there be a change ter what charge may be.
in the administration. same officers also must be
able to advance in rank and salary, according to their 10. REHABILITATION OF JAIL INMATES.
'. ability to ,perform the responsibilities to which they ore My administration shall not merely feed the prisoners
assigned. who are now being locked up in Jail cells. There stall
be created a rehabilitation program for the inmates to
\ 5. IN-SERVICE TRAINING.Every help them become rehabiliated 'o face up to their
",' ::" : : member of the Sheriffs Department must;of a responsibilities once released. The county {jail will not
% : : -' necessity, continue to learn more about the work for become "Country Club." but neither shall I It remain
ii. ,: which the Department is responsible and each officer e place where, human beings for the most part, are
shut off from and
outside world.
reality the
himself or herself
: ; r .must continue to study to make
prepared to cope with any emergency or investigation

aT flfjJ \ f. necessary. .....

.There h a definite need for.a County Safety Education
*:OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ; ., !: Officer. His duties would! extend beyond the mere > BOB JORDAN- ,. J qt- >j\
showing of motion.picture films or talking> to civic ,
r Established: 1888 clubs. He will l be responsible for bringing to the atten-
tion of the sheriff every traffic hazard and every unsafe
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Ia.n lot the 21st annual Florida Relays I East7978

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a ff [1k'"s S< % aA't. raS: ?[ 8: )& c [ ;
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/ /: F K ''l By KELSO STURGEON field goal by Wayne Estes of
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A IF ,! y d.: '.? Aiif ao Y .yaYNb ..' xKYp wd c '?a, High School's Merrill Moore. Associated Press Sports WriterLEXINGTON Utah State.
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Copley Vickers of Tennesseewon Ky. (AP) The West then led until Jeff
the Wichita's Dave Stallworth
Kearney Raybun
Mullins of Duke hit a 10footcame
1 award in the divisionfor with all the
college up big plays
jumper with 1:54: to go to tie
taking the two-mile event m the last 1:45 of play Saturday it up. At this point Stallworth

and running the first leg on the to lead the West to a 79-78 vietook over.

Vols winning two-mile relay tory over the East in the College
dt yh team. All-Star basketball game. Willie Murrell, a 6-foot-6

i )ry an.. Mike Synyard of Mobile Mur- With 1:45 to go Stallworth jumping jack from Kansas St.

,. s phy High.won an award as top stole the ball, drove in for a was the game's high scorer with
F h scholastic individual for 'a brilliant basket> was fouled and made 20 points. Stallworth finished the

,4p > :> 4:18.9 in the mile run andit two free throws to put the West game with 15 and Joe Caldwell

was in this event that Moore ahead 77-75. of Arizona State had 13.

1i > was runnerup. With 43 .seconds to go WithiRon Bonham of Cincinnati,

y ,t',9nFq'a" The GHS star turned in a ta's All-American'stole' the.ball and Hetzel finished with

clocking of 4:20.2: and it is believed again and scored oh a 10-foot 15, Mullins with 12 and All

to be the fastest mile jumper to give the West a three America Cotton Nash of Ken

ever run by a high school competitor point margin 7976. The East tucky had 10. .

: ', from the State of Flori- managed two free throws by The contest, sponsored by the

& 'e. 'Y Hwy..i wP da. The old mark of 4.25.6 set by John Thompson of Providence National Association of Basket

Farnum Smith of Miami Edisonin in the next 15 seconds. Then the ball Coaches, was played for

xa 1963 was broken by both Syn- West took the ball and stalled the benefit of the Naismithit

.,,..t; ..Ayat a [at :w"'Pale; yard and Moore. for the last 28 seconds.: ..I-' Basketball Hall of Fame at
xt'Y a. D'i .u> F';q Team laurels again went to The shorter East'' team carried Springfield, Mass.

+: Northeast Louisiana which piledup the fight through most of WEST EAST

% : 50 points to 33% for Ten- the half and led OFT OFT
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Estes 4 1-2 20-04
t x .ZT. U L di..j Sc"nAf F" 'A Bradley
+P nessee, 32 for Furman, last much as six points. But the worth 5 515 Bona, m S 3-4 IS

x year's No. 1 team; 27 % for West battled back to tie it up Koper 1 30-04 0-0 2 Mullins. 7 1-2 04 IS 12
Florida and 23% for Florida 43-43 at halftime. Moon+ 1 0-0 2 Jones 2 1-2 5
Barnes 3 2-2 t Nasht 50-010
State. The East, with Fred Hetzel of I Caldwell 1-2 13 Komlves 1 02J
t. Pete Skafte of the Gators Carey 10-02 Kramer 0-0 6
won Davidson leading the way, tool-.. :enox 1 0* 2 Russell 10.0 >

e;' i.fi;.t;.xx the javelin with a fine effort of control again early in the second TMurr.taes T: 10 35 f-14 04 J1 ;:;ore n 2347as 1-14 71
'v rot a' 216 feet 11% inches. Other Gator .... .., ....
"d : half and moved out to a west .. .. ... a.-. 4} J*--7
t toy ? :nfr. s rwJ n x +cadyibJ 9."pt points came on runnerup finishes lead 5752. The West East 41 35-71
.dj stR ;k S X b five-point Personal fouls::.West, Estes Stallworth,
y and places in various ev tied it. up 57-57 on basket by Counts 3. Koper, Moon Barnes 3. Caldwell -
2, Lenox 2. 2. East Brad
I ) Stallworthand about ,one nunley 2. Bonham Iletzele3. Mullins Jones

8: ents.For GHS, Marcus Jones placed ate later 'r'wen-ahead 6159'on'a.'2,Attendance Nash, Kramer fMO., Russell.' Thompson.LivingstQu .
,. rF s N'aa x a a ; third in the >20-yardWgh

d ; g ti. b> H's w hurdles, the only, other pointsgarnered
by the 'Canes. Gets
Tennessee set a new two-mile

relay .team mark with a 7:35.7, ... '

bettering the 740.4; set by Kentucky

a in 1960.Northeast's. 'Roger Morganwon / [. ''NCAA: : Point

c : the high hurdles and appeared ,,

.w .o- a winner. the 330-yard NEW HAVEN, Conn.Jerry :Minnesota, 22; North Carolina,
intermediate hurdles but fell
Livingston gave Florida a pointin 13; Ohio State, 13; Villanova,
at the last hurdle.
the National Collegiate Ath- 12; Princeton, 10; Southern MethodiSt *
'+ : Rain fell off and on duringthe
letic Association swim meet Saturday ,
meet, wrecking chances for 8; Wesleyan, 8; South
night with a sixthplacefinish
other records. A crowd of about ern Illinois, 7; Washington State,
in the lOO()()yard butterfly ,
i 3,000 watched. event. 7; Stanford, 5; Colgate, 3; North
A sterling show was turned inS western 2 Oklahoma
; Oregon,
oa10 it The Gator : star .
: by Miami Edison's John Morton
Texas and Florida, 1 each.
52.8 in
: a event won by
in the hgih school ranks. He won
: the pole vault at 13-6% equalingthe Walt Richardson of Minnesotain Roy Saari of Southern Cal

w '>t; .dx mark set by Orlando Boone's new NCAA meet and record scored a triple with a win in

Larry Evans in 1960, won the discus time of :50.2.Southern the 1,650-yard event in 16:49.5,

throw and was third in the California won the more than half a minute better

shot put. Richmond Flowers of team title with 96 points to 91 than the old mark of 17:24 set by

Montgomery Ala., Lanier High for runnerup Indiana and 87 for Australia's John Konrads last

Y took the broad jump and high third-place Yale. Behind the top year. Saari won the 500-yard

three teams came Michigan, 30; freestyle and the 200-yard individual .

It Was Wet But the Relays Went On .hurdles.Florida medley earlier.

Re]lays Results Florida and Florida State

There's the action taken by Sun photographer Eddie Davis. 1, Mississippi State's Dick Bennett clears bar in pole vault; 2, Florida swimmers did not fare well in

State's Al Williams wins shot put, 3, Auburn nudges Gators in distance medley relay for freshmen; 4, Roger Morgan N. E. Louisiana 2 mile COLLEGE 1, Tennessee ( JunVtr Distance College medley and relay College- 1,Freshmen Tennessee previous events. Mike Blouin of
relay Coppley
State, wins in high hurdles; 5, Copley Vickers, Tennessee's distance star and Kearney-Raybun trophy winner, paces two-mile relay Vickers Tom -Scott Rod Soderberg. (Mike Keremer, Mike Tomaslllo Roy I FSU was fifth in 100-yard free-
team 6 Tom Clark North Carolina high victor and 7 Florida's Pete Skafte to javelin for first place Bob Reddington 2, Furman.. Brown. tail. Bob Barber). 2. Florida. 3 Au- style in his heat in 49.9 seconds
; repeats. as jump ; prior tossing a 4 VMI. 5. Auburn. 7:35.6 (meet record. burn 4. Furman. 5. Clemson. 10:253.Sprint
Old record 7:40.4 Kentucky. INS) medley relay 1. North Careto Dick Abbott, FSU third in his
120 hurdles 1. Roger Morgan northeast (Guy Cllne Bob Gemon Jon Ley.oIn.
heat in 48.7 but 47.9 needed to
La. State. 2._Dalton I Le Blan Northeast Ed Daw) 2. Tennessee. 3 South
La. State. 3. Pat Pomphrey, Ten Carolina. 4 Florida State. 5. SL Petersburg qualify.

finish.Giants nessee. 4. Neylan!, Al Alabama. 14.1 Florida Mil J.C.relay 3:316.- 1, Tennessee (Mike To-
Shot 1 Williams
put -
State. 2, Justin Canale Miss. State 31 maslllo Dan Brown Phil Smith Joe Doug Kruger, FSU, was fourth
I Again Beat Tribe 74TUCSON Maryland.George Stewart J. Nelson Duke McLaughlin 4. Walt Samora Clem- 4 Palmer,'North Carolina 2, Auburn.State.X 3.North Florida Carolina.State. in 100-yard breaststroke heatin

son. 53'. 3:11. HIGH SCHOOL 1:04.4, Sandy Chandler Florida
330 hurdles 1. Edward Bury. Mary ; and Dick Greene FSU in
land. 2, Richard Ambrose. North Carolina. Shot put 1, Stephen Brown Lees- ,
AP 3. Seed Dowden. Citadel 4. Rob burg. 2. Ricky Hughes. Birmingham same heat, the former in 1:04.2:
Ariz. The
( ) ert Vermilllon Maryland. 5. Winston Woodlawn. 3. Larry Duncan Birmingham
Rookies LeadPALM Cubs on TopMESA Russell Tennessee ::37. I Shades Valley. 4, Joe Fkiley Carolina and the latter in 1:06.1. Time of
San Francisco Giants came up 1001.. Ron Fountain HiE. La. State 1 Greenville S. C 5. Ralph Bender 1:01.2 needed to qualify.
with three runs in the eighth inning Baseball 2, George Leach Florida.' Bob Curry Winter Park 554U.
RoundupTie Alabama. 4. John McQueen. Alabama. Broad lump 1. Richmond: Flowers -
Saturday for a 7-4 victory SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) Ariz. (APShortstopAndre 5. Carl Pool. Clemson. 9J. I Montgomery Lanier. 2, Bobby Per. Dick Farwell, Florida, did

and their sixth.straight exhibi Rookies Tony Horton and Tony Rodgers scored four runs McDaniel.440 relay Ed- Johnson 1. Florida, Bob State Sable.(Jerry AI kins Palmetto.Pensacola.4, 4 Roy. Bill Shank Tucker Ft. LAuderdale Miami 58.6 in 100-yard bakcstroke but

tion win over the Cleveland In I Conigliaro each slammed hom- Saturday as ,the Chicago Cubs Cato). 2, N.E. La. State. 3. Furman Murphy.McCarty.6. Peter 5. Larry Culver EUts Atlanta Mobile 4.3 was needed. Ray White-
r1: dians. of a scheduled exhibition 4.Javelin Clemson. ,5.P Alabama.Skafte,:414.Florida. 2.1 Westminster. 2111". house, Florida, fourth in 54.9
GameVERO ers Saturday in leading the Boston won their third straight Cactus -
Kansas Braden- Discus 1 John Morton Miami
against City Ken Kirk Georgia Tech. 2. Dennis Ca- in his heat of 100-yard butterfly,
Victims of the eighth inning ton, Fla. Red Sox to a'comefrombehind League game 10.6, from a niece. 5.Clemson.Tommy 4.Slack Joe Murrey.N.E. La Tennessee. State. 3.Edison Joe 2.Finley.Anthony Carolina ClncJcola Greenville Leesburg. Abbott, Bob Durocher and John

Pedro Ramos the BEACH, Fla. (AP) '12-10 exhibition baseball blend of first and SecciM string 216" 11y,''. S.C. 4. Mike Brown Florida of Tallahassee. ,
rally was Perranoski and MoeHer each ... a, Noel Hare Beaufort, S. C. Rangeley FSU were in the
1 Furman
second of three Cleveland pitchers. ,Ron[ Perranoski and Joe. Moel- allowed two hits. .A single by victory over the Los Angeles An- Los Angeles Angels. (Eddie Sprint West medley. Pat relay Anderson.- Tom 15f High s hurdles 1, Richmond Flowers same heat at 54.1, 57.1 and 512,

The Giants, whose Cactus ''ler each pitched four scoreless John Werhas and a double by gels. I base four Thompson State 3. South Dave Carolina.Tyler). 4.2. Florida.N.W. La.5. Lanier.. Druid Montgomery.Hills Atlanta 2 John 3. Mar.Pen.nebaker respectively. It took 52.3 (Liv

League record now stands at innings Saturday as the Pete Doug Camilli gave the Risers Rodgers was on Wake Forest. 3:244. cus Jones Gainesville. 4. Chris Mliska ingston's time) to qualify. FSU's
15-5, got four hits off Ramos, Reisers and the Leo Durochers 1 their run. Boston scored eight times in straight times with'two singles Tennessee.Tw mli* run 2. Jim- 1 Johnson Coppley VIckers.William Winter, S.C.:153.Park. S, Mike Thompson Beaufort 400-yard freestyle team timed

including a triple by Jesus Alou. played a 1.1 tie- in a Los Angeles Willie Davis scored for the the eighth inning,to cut the Los a double and shortstop, Bobby and 4, Bill Mary Klnsella 4. Don Brown.Pinkston 5. Charles Tennessee.Goodyear cliff.100' -2, 1.Richard Andy Guy MacLean.Atlanta Daytona Briar- in 3:18.1 with 3:13.0 needed to

Alou scored the tying run in Dodger intra-squad game.I Durochers after reaching baseon Angeles lead to one run. The Sox Lucas' sixth?inning error. Fla.. tOM Beach Mainland. 4 Rick Levlnson. qualify.
Bert Rouse. Ohio Wes Plant. 4. Richmond Flowers
Discus 1 Tampa
Horton's homer to
the seventh inning, when he sin- The contest was rained out aft-i an error., He went an won on long The Cubs combed loser Aubrey ley.,.. 2, Al Williams. ., FSU. 3, Gary Montgomery Lanier. 5. Glen ScMI Iy.
left with pinch runner Earl Wilson Walker. Maryland.. 4, Harvey BealTemesse Tampa Plant :0'I I
went to secondon eight
er innings.
gled off Ramos I the way to third on an infield on base. Russ Nixon had Gatewood and Bo Belin- *. i. Lee Wdham. Tennesse.. czx Gloria eleven .. sports third add I Bucs Win
florlda Mk
movedup 1"r io"Broad relay
Del Crandall's single, The game was arranged aft bit and scored on Lee Walls' just bit a pinch double. sky for 14 hits ,before veteran Mnp 1. Michael: Cole. Ma Mile run'1., MICe Synartf Murphy
walk and tallied on a ryland.!,Tom Mitchell Auburn 3. Garry MobIle. 2. Merrill Moore Gainesville. I
on a er the Dodgers were rained! outUM's sacrifice fly. Paul Foytack retired them inorder Bussed, Georgia TedI. 4. Cater Leo 3. David Piper Lees urg. 4 Ken Gun FORT MYERS, Fia. (AP-
wild pitch. The Angels slammed Boston in the eighth.: Land Ctamson. aV Lewis Gainey GeQr.III& ganlous Englewood Jax 5. Maurice Pittsburgh scored eight unearned
". Roberts. TWusvUle. 4:1U (Meet
re '
the third of four starter Bill Monbouquette for.10 1- High lump 1, Tom dark North cord. Old record: 4:25 S) runs as Houston committed
Billy O'Dell, Desjardins Wins runs and 13 bits while his mates Los Angeles outbomered the Carolina 2. James Rutland Georgia Half-mile relay --1, Plant High. Tam- six errors and beat the
credited with the X Lamar Stevens, Florida. 4. (four pa Jim iWatkbts ,Dennis Robien.
.pitchers, was were making three errors in the Cubs 3 -1 as Dick Simpson, way tie) Ernie Wale. Tern. Frank Glenn Schaibly RI4.1.eYnscI\ ). 2. Colts 8-6 in an exhibition baseball .
victory. He worked four innings Chuck Vinson and Paul Schaal, Lorenz FSU. Steve Barnes. Duke MOn Forrest., Jax. 3, Boone Orlando. 4.
Hammer. Finishes FourthMIAMI first five innings. DoIdFlorid&. V SW. Woodlawn. Birmingham.. 5, Mainland game Saturday.Joe .
and gave up two runs on three a Mesa youth, attached to the Distant medley relay.-- 1. Brown Daytona Beach 1:30-4
But the Los Angeles pitchingfell (David Rumsey Mike Henderson Vic High lump 1. Richer CaKaway Gibbon an the
I farm hit for the gave up
Angels .system, Boog, David Farley). 2. Furman. 3 Eau Gaiil. J, Phillip Turner.'St/
bits.Dick Donovan, who.has been Paul Desjardins 61 had a 286, Jerry Potter Miami, I apart after,starter Ken McBride circuit ,Leo Burke homered Tentmte 4. Duke. ,'S, Florida .State ersburg Daytona Dixie Beach Hdllns Mainland.3. Wesley, 'Mike1CeIJJ young. Houston runs in the first' five

Troubled this spring with a sore Miami won the individual 290 and Laurie Hammer, Florida allowed only. .mearned for the Cubs.Starter Fred Norman ltd step lump t. Tom AUtcheH Winter Park. andsMh iscbwy innings. He was tagged for two

arm, went the first five inningsfor trophy-in the Miami Invitational ; 29L Hammer, had rounds :run in his seven innings and put ,. a, southpaw who ,pitchedthe Auburn.Bob Waughespack 2, Jerry WDsow N.ELa..Florida.State. X 4. ton Jacksonville Miami Forrest.Edison, i etl .-i........ home runs by Jim Wynn which ''I

Cleveland and held the Giants -collegiate golf meet Saturday his amazing springearned run 'first five im l gs/picked up Mfchari: Cotsv 'Maryland.. C, Robert MIle relay 1. Orlando, Boon Jim were good for three runs. HousJ Bton's
of TSTMSTLMaimi.was raanlaw; Brown 4ff W.Pol Walsh Dennis Madden Bob Strang.
to one earned run and when he finished with a 71 for a average at 0.69... .victory.- vaurt 1. Woody Chapman Tom McGovcrn 2. Clearwaier..-Wirto Ernie Fazio added another
South Carolina. 2. Tom riatoptIer.AuburL' tee Park 4. JackscrivBte' "*! rr* e'i, homer.
three singles. 278 total far in front in the Boston ..........:. 000 001 0S3-1216. 3 3. Rank Ovrby.NJE..'.iLa. Mobile Murphy. 3:2S 7.a.' .??*- !!* -
Los Angeles (A) "A" 420 048 000-10 17 .2Monbouquette. Joe Adcock,'\veteran Los Angeles State. 4. William Jackson Clemson R Pole vault .: 1. Jah%.Merton-Miami
001 100 131-7 1. 1 Desjardins had rounds of 65- team race with FSU 'se ood. Eartey ("): Wood (t), first baseman, ,was removed Robert Williams. Maryland. 14< *". Edlsen L-Ray Sonnler Mobile Murphy Houston .........,.-.... 220 020 000-4 4 I
San FranciscoCleveland 101 001-4 7 4 n70and finished eight Trailing Hammerfor Florida Chutes (t) and Tillman McBride. Mil relay 1. N.E. La. State (Clint 3, Charles Rand. Atlanta North Fulton. Pittsburgh 101 014 IC c-I12 0.
Dut OstasU.l Fowler (I). Navarro (t) and from'thepme'after bat- Averett Doug Constant Rank Fountain 4, Steve Owens Palmetto. S. Martin Bohamen. Yellen U) and GrmTn. Gib.bon.
(4) .
Hendley. Sanford (3) O'Dell Ramos strokes ahead of rune rip Den- was'Lee.Gay;who had.71787JH36S. Rodgen.. w-wooc. L.-FowW. John Baker). X Clemson. 3. Fvrman. Rollins Mobile Murphy. 13 feet *'A Face (A) and iurfless.; W-Face
Palo (I))Tand CrandalU DBU *""* .. Hem runs-Bosten, t+orNOS.CantOUareLas .&I- 4, Aubum, 3. Florida State. 3:1X1 ties record_set by .LarryEvanv,Ofr L-V....-
(6) (I) and Romano.W0DtU.LRamos. ny Lyons of Florida State. Lyon .- Angeles, Fragosl ( M.-P"fe 4)'- "..... CiHiii M. Cillm FrojtaBM Undo Boone to 1XM. Horn runs-Houston, Wynaj JJ, Fuk.

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'Voic 2 ., '";".+ae Probers Study/ Carbo TieWASHINGTON I

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N :
AlmostLoses ,, .!," (AP) Senators .'.Promotions, Inc., which holds,Senate subcommittee when it rone, the ousted manager, was
3 err probing the controversial l the contract for Clay's first was probing boxing. paid $4,000 or $5,000 to attendListon'
t wA bout in which Cassius match
Y Nfir' CIaY'WODthe' I as champion.Sam recent Florida
/ :.w heavyweight championship I One of the detectives, Anthony : training

a... e. q ..-1 3 from Sonny Listen headed in 'Margolis, Philadelphia Bernhard, said he attended a.. camp because Liston regarded
,. avending Barone luck.Nilan's
.. { .h 4x machine as bringing
-- ,- It y 'a new direction Saturday. operator and dinner with Carbo in the cafe i
long-time associate of Liston i brothers Robert and
; ; operated here by Goldie and'
Qy;a',y,..Y 4.:.,:.u. I Sea Kenneth B. Keating, R- whom Liston gave without payment .I Helene Ahearn, Washington boxing I' Jim, own half the stock in the
aFf .fAC
N.Y., asked the investigators to some $100,000 worth off .- promotions corporation in which
They don't call 0. (for Otis) B. (for Boggs) the "Voice of i r % < !! determine if associates o shares in the promotions promoters.- Liston and Margolis also hold

the Gators" lightly in these parts.. O. B., as he's better j j.s Frankie Carbo, former under corporations. Bernhard said others there included shares.
known has I world czar of boxing now in :
been the descriptive'agent for more Florida foot- -Salvatore Avena, Camden.
ball, basketball and baseball games the past (?) years than .1 prison, were in the Florida N.J., attorney, who acted as attorney Margolis, the associate of I Ii f
,_ :.. training camps of both Clay and HONDA
most folks would care to count. .' _. Listen.Keating. for the corporation and i Liston who also has been linked
.. with Frank (Blinky) Palermo a
I Margolis and also holds stock in
By virtue of sitting in on Gator activities taking place on former Liston '
; a member of the manager.
the football field, the basketball floor and the baseball diaJoe it.
Senate antitrust subcommittee At Meeting -Palemo, one of a group who
staging the boxing inquiry, of formerly held Listen's contractBenny
feted sworn testimony about a Carbo, now serving a Z5-year Trotta, Baltimore i '

i meeting of Carbo here in Wash prison term in the state of Wash fight manager who is also f l ,.,.:, ?,
ington six years ago with figh: ington for ,extortion, attendedthe tified as Benjamin iden-j' a

Halbersteiii I i world figures as a probable "most unusual meeting"here -Angelo Dundee, who was ad-:

I clue. March 19, 1958, Keatingsaid. visor and trainer for Clay in j -You Meet
Florida prior to the recentchampionship The Nicest
I "I am informed that there is People On AHONDA"
fight /
some additional evidence stemming As proof he cited,testimony by -Dominic Mordini, also
from New York investigations two New York detectives in :known 4 Stroke OHV
as Billy Brown, who is!
mond, and throw in a few Florida Relays, too, O. B. Is not Ex-VF Star III linking the figures in the March, 1960 before the sameRocky :active in boxing circles. I
Clay-Listen with Car-
to be faulted If he occasionally,shows signs of frustration.Last bo. combine fight," Keating the said, Mike Snyder and Tony Fer- 4 Speed Trans.Hand .
Former of Florida rante of also boxing
University golf star Frank Philadelphia,
Thursday was just such one of those days not to adding: Link
remember.For Beard was hospitalized Friday in Louisville with a "I think it Is most essential figures. Operated Clutch, Rom
brain inflammation. Dr. Thomas !Marshall, a neurosurgeon that discover whether Listen's Future Injection Carburetion, Racing
the past three or four diagnosed Beard's illness as inflammationof Carbo we has reached out from behind Race VictorNEW Keating said the records of Type High Compression Head.

years 0. B. and a sports writ the brain and brain covering and said the diseaseis prison bars and placed his this session from the New York I Over 200 Miles
er who shall remain slightly akin to meningitis and sleeping sickness. The 24- cohorts in both the Liston and YORK (AP) Rocky undercover agents shows that PerCrat.l.

anonymous, have made it a year-old athlete went into a coma'Friday but came Clay camps Link, a 4-year-old son of Sailor, the discussions included the boxing .I Prices Start At $%71.00

habit to journey together to < ,', z.:Ya'. out of it yesterday and was reported in good condi Clay, in a stunning upset, dropped his nOse in front just future of Sonny Liston. NO MONEY DOWN -
at the wire and
the annual Governor's Baseball .r tion. the title Saturday won The current probe has heard
won heavyweight at
Monthly Payments
the 40th
Dinner in Tampa.In I Miami Beach Feb. 25 when Listen Westchester running Stakes the $29,150 testimony that Liston, acting on Up To 24 Months To Par
other years the journeywas ,. failed to come out for the: at Aqueduct a directive from the Pennsylvania
roundabout, taking in an ..rt Stars RepeatOn seventh round because of a: Boxing Commission, bought McGRIFFTRADING :-,

early stop at Oldsmar, a town ". 3 muscle injury. Don Pierce brought Rocky up his contract for $75,000 from MART
,beloved by the late and fam- Sen. Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., Link down the middle of the his former manager, Joe (Pep) I

ous sports scribe Grantland Rice Entire sleepy race track ;'". AlA QuintetKANSAS will resume public hearings early part of the one mile race, of underworld associates. 130 N. Court Sr.
(Sunshine Park) and quite ,f< } Monday on the Clay-Liston bout for the colt's second straight Jack Nilon, who has acted as I Starke, Fla.
often sleepier race (the wordIs Jtif.': Scheduled witnesses include: victory. Bonjour finished second advisor to Liston, testified that
used loosely) horses.In CITY (APFour Arkansas AM&N; and Willie] -Robert Nilon, part owner by one length over Morry E., Liston still owes Barone $42,000 J PHONE 964.1021SEARS II
other years the stop at players were named for the second I Shaw, Lane, Tenn. with Liston in Inter-Continental third in the field of 12. on this deal He added'that Ba

Sunshine Park has not been 'fa.It straight year to the 10-man

too productive. Generally, it All-Star basketball team of ,.the;
has resulted in the ritual of
National Association of Intercol-
tearing numbered pasteboardsinto
halves, quarters and legiate Athletics, announced Saturday :

eighths and letting them tri OTIS BOGGS 'I

ckle slowly, to the ground. almost loses his voice I
The repeaters from the 1963 Look at the
1.. .. I!I
NAIA team were Lucious Jackson i
Ball (Game' )
Having; a, of Pan American, Willis

Reed of Grambling, Jim Boutinof

This year, fortunately ((1)), Sunshine Park ran out of, racing ,Lewis ,and Clark ,and Cecil
dates on Wednesday. So it was decided to substitute a day
at the ball park in Clearwater watching the St. Louis Cardinals Tuttle Georgetown, Ky. \

and the Philadelphia Phillies before going ,on to Tampafor Phil Skink of .Texas A&I, a Low Price foraSetof4

the remaining baseball festivities.: i member of the 1962 teams, also

Jape Flavins, that unpredictable, Yoe spo Ilex of the best was named to the 1964 squad. k ..
laid plans of men,' started his handiwork almost at the
exact moment 0. B. got behind,the steering wheel. By Lebanon The other players on the team: ; ,:

Station time en' route J. P;;was at his zenith. It was a Jesse Branson, Elon, N. C.?; z s,
.... ,
near cloud-burst. ::... : Lou Skurcenski, Westminster, N >
'=-t Pa.i Dean Church, Southwestern
So, lunchtime was passed with former ]localite Gil Stoney in f'
; Louisiana Telken
; Ralph Rock-
River he has restaurant whose name will be I
Crystal a given
hurst of Kansas City, and Jerry
out on request and more time was passed fighting the Moore ."' '"
Morris Harvey.
continuing elements headed to the south.

Named to '''the second team y

0 h*. Hoiv He Wheeledl. : -, were: .y Safe-T-Tread Tires
Gil Luttrell, Carson-Newman;
Game time was 1:30 p.min Clearwater. It was about then Dan Anderson, Augsburg, ,

that 0. B. almost lost his title as Voice (well, his voice anyway)) Minn.;. Tom Moran, Indiana Retread-Sidewall to Sidewall
of the Gators. There was this business of trying to pass dies- Central? Tom Whalen, Pacific i

el-burning truck which was throwing ocean spray and smokeof Lutheran; Sam,McDowell, Fort .1
a blinding nature. It was fourjane road territory: ,and.all Hay;.s.tate.\a. .; Ernie,Brock,
seemed safe. ""-"w 15MonthGuarantee
State 'Bob
Virginia ; Sprague, E
Somehow, simultaneously, there was a dip in the road. Said Puget Sound; Dick Vories, s.

dip was filled with water.. Said track hit dip:and water. The Georgetown, Ky.; James Allen,
spray turned into a tidal.wave":-Just like-that," O. B. will never

forget it, the car swerved from left lane to grass divider, then .
in perpendicular fashion Into' the right lane, just as quickly Houston Golf

spun in reverse perpenficiilarjfasMon: l' back Into the left
lane'and quicker than It took O. B.'s passenger to wonder why
he had failed to fasten his seat belt the auto was; headed in Team to Seek Tubeless Blackballs '

the right direction again toward Clearwater.

In truth, 0. B. handled the wheel almost as well as another Another WinCAPE All 13 or 14-in Sizes
former UFer who makes a 'right fair living of "wheelie'around"

today, Fireball Roberts. Almost, that is. 0. B. was v 9n SV
not quite so calm, not quite so cool and not quite collected CORAL The Univer, :5r
after it was all over. It took awhile to regain his familiar sity of Houston golf team, past;. n ,. ,r ;, .
speaking tones.Clearwater national champion which has:
never lost a 72-hole tournamentin I
came into view at 2:30 pjn. The rain never got the school's, history, lays its' 88
out of view. The baseball game was a lost cause. So it was onward unblemished record on the line I' z.

to St. Petersburg where the New York Mets were playing beginning Thursday (April 2) FOR
the New York Yankees. The rain went onward, too. At 3 when' the first annual Florida : Wh

p.m., arrival time for St. Pete, the umpires were giving up Invitational and Intercollegiate I
on the game which drew 6,000 fans in steady drizzling circum golf championships begins here.
4 ao { WS
stances. Again, no game. 4fK. yb

Coach Dave Williams' Cougars 'iA, .
Tampa was the next stop. 0. B. wasn't through y et. Neitherwas '
victorious in 26 consecutive .s
his fellow traveler.
tournaments, will compete
against seven Florida schools

'Out' on a Great Catch and two other out-of-state powers 4 w3 ,k .a A sbaz /: 600/6.50x13 so/sooXt4,
in the three day .yx> 8.50/900x14
Among other things that go on at the Governor's baseball ionships. Site of the Champ-I
fete is awaited moment when Florida's No. 1 citizen 'Farris A
an -
be.the. par 72, 6, CapeCoral .. NO MONEY DOWN
Bryant In this case stands up and tosses plastic baseball Golf Course.
around the huge ballroom. These little trinkets have tags that
bring the lucky fielder some form of bonus. Florida schools entered are! on Sears Easy Payment Plan

the University ,of Miami Uni-; rs
O. B. made a stab that would have brought a smile from the Only the most select
of Florida tire casings used for
versity Rollins ore
) our retreads
old Gny Eagle Speaker himself. With visions of a ;f
set of golf clubs, perhaps a shiny new Florida State. University, ,. '
patter; bowling equipment -yes :. > Modern tread design just like brand-new
etc., going throagh his head, 0. B. made a beeline to Stetson University, Florida I i. tires real value
claim his reward. Now Ifs true that 0. B. is a fisherman;of Southern College and Florida I 1Mi ttttu lt'm' ttl lttt1iUUltt1aiHI a at this low price buy now

more than casual acquaintance with the denluns of the deep. Presbyterian College. Visiting i c
, Bat the lares that proved his prize likely couldn't even catch teams include Wake Forest, Columbia -' TIME SERVICE GUARANTEE P-95 ADDITIVE as new as tomorrow_!

a gefollte (and there are plenty of them around for Passover) University and Houston, If tire fail daring the monthly! guarantee
in a delicatessen.O. period, we will, at our option, either repair c= Every ALLSTATE tire is now mode with this
School and individual honors I it without coif or in exchange for the
B.'s partner also had some difficulties There was Casey will be at stake in the 72-hole old tire, give yon a replacement tire era =e _NEW revolutionary, exclusive I blend rubber
refund charging only the period .
Stengel. He was asked for an autograph as a starter for a Championships leg of Cape Cheek: uuOl'e lfor you hoy. cownership. = to provide better traction and
special collection. 01' Case smiled and said, "You're kinda Coral's April sporting agenda All adjustments mad ly retail store are give you longer -
late; sonny. You should have started 50 years ago." which also features the second I prorated at the, regular retail price P lea mileage.
annaul Florida IntercollegiateTennis Federal Excise Tax la trade-in at the .
Next, It, was Warren Giles, National, League president, Reminded I time of return.: 0 co c=
Championships, April 24-
of the year (1945)) when he was bossman at Cincinnatiand Guaranteed Against All Road Hazards

the Reds backed the Lima '(Ohio) club, Giles said, "Luna 26., The to each invitational participating division team TS'open ,I JS JJi f JjffffJffJfI, _JfrffJ fffJi.I r- ko'

(only he pronounced it Lee-ma, like in Peru) ._ -
never and awards will be presented Attention! Light .Delivery Truckers ., : : i
been there. ,
for best overall team score,low v b' I. <' o:
See 'our complete line of ALLSTATE truck =. o
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l And finally, there was e recognition a familiar face- dead freshman:and.low varsity'golfer tires end tubes for V, 2," /4, 1-ton.trucks. ti- a 0. QO'
ringer for Byron GObreatb, auistwt basketball coach at Georgia < ..Trophies in these categories Holes:inRoad
Tech. After all, Gator grid coach Ray Graves was a host will also presented: in the.intercollegiate Free ALLSTATE. ,Tire ,Mounting. Broken Broken Rocks,
at,the affair,to why shouldn't:GOhreath be there Only, this division. .-- Concrete GlassStones
fellow tamed out to be Dan Topping, owner of the New York .
Yankees. Opning round of 18, Shop at Sears n GAIHESvi.ul STORE HOURS ,

,will be played on Thursday i :; Say S EARS 14 S. MAIN FLA.I Mo*.. Fri. Tuei, Wed.. .
So bo1esll Thurs. Sat.
that"was the washed-out day that was for a"pair of Gaines I lowed' by, 36 holes, on Salisfactiou<. Guaranteed ,or: Yovr 'Memey Back
ville travelers. On, 'well! Wait JUIjjextjear: i! !_ and the_ final 18 on PR> 2-84(1, 9 a.M.-9 P'.M.. to s:30 ,....

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I Odors of Clay-Liston ''Thing"* Continue to Linger. I

I i.
ref New York Times tinental to Sam Margolis who is active in Boy Scout and that Sonny was so supremely confident of demolishing Clay SoTnpne except his intimates knew that the champion skimpedon
By ARTHUR DALEY Synagogue work, is good ,to his mother and is known to be with the first punch that the champion "dogged it" in trainingand his ,running. When he had to go more than one round for
NEW YORK '- Like the miasmic stench arising' from a on friendly terms with Blinky Palermo, the mobster lieutenantof neglected his roadwork.- the first time in four years, his legs failed him and he fell
tid swamp, the odors of the Clay-Liston thing continue toMfesail Frankie Carbo, once the underworld czar of this seamiestof However, this passing remark may explain an awful lot It; apart '. t % 'U ",
the nostrils. ,All week long Congress has been upturnPeg sports. Gamblers and hoods infested the Listen training does have the one attribute logic-and there'was little log- ";\ .
more and more unfragrant items which outrage both the Clay may not be smart enough for the'amy but he was too
cam ic concerned with any
lenses and the sensibilities. This was a fight -if you will phase of this sorry business. An analyst smart for Liston, "that big, ugly bear" as he called him. Cas-
!accuse the expression which started rancid and has been Listou ArrestedBy has to go by what he sees. He saw; Listen working bard' in sius 'used words to bait The Bear and The Bear fell into his
training, presumably He saw Clay work hard but, in an ineffective -
[growing more offensive ever since.JljCasshis ,trap. Sonny thought the 'Louisville Lip would be the softest
fashion. Well ,
remembered, is a conversation with
Marcellus Clay, presumably a hopelessly unequipped way of adding to the unfragrant aspects of the wretched Liston a few days, before the fight: He-was asked if he also of soil touches and trained accordingly even though there
surface indications of it
novice, looked so dreadful In training that he didn't seem affairs, Cay revealed that he belonged to the Black Muslims. was prepared to go the fun 15 rounds. were no
'to':have a chance against the terrifying Sonny Listen, the veryajinbol Later he was rejected by the army as unqualified. Back on ."Clay kin bring his lunch with him if he wants," said This has been a tawdry mess from its start to the finish
of implacable destruction. But when they,met in ,the, the.ranch, meanwhile, Listen was getting himself arrested Listen, contemptuously spitting out the words. 'Til be 'ready which has yet to come. The World Boxing Association already'has :
I wg Clay became transformed into a devercomparativelyay again for speeding 70 m.pJi. in a 30-mile zone. The arresting to fight him all day and all night" made on abortive effort to strip Clay of his title for; ..
i- -workman and LIston became a plodding flounderer officer found Sonny Boy in possession of a pistol and convicted conduct "detrimental" to the sport But boxing Is a sport'
no skill, no desire and no stamina. He aged 10 years: in, felons are not permitted to carry roscoes. If he ever comes Lie, or DistortionIf which cannot be derogated and it now has sunk to a new low.
to trial he may go back to jail If the senatorial committee is trying to save it, the legislators -.
lminutes.caustic seeped into Clay's eyes in the fifth and Jack Niton, the LIston "advisor-and the bullheaded Listen this wasn't a lie, it was a distortion of the truth. Road- should stop wasting their time. Boxing is beyond redemption. -
( he wanted to quit His seconds wouldn't let him. took advice from no one-told the senatorial committee work is done at dawn and its draws no spectators or,experts. It should be abolished.
couldn't finish off a blind man and then'quit him-
lelf at the end of the sixth round. Some ringsiders with acute-

developed nostrils could smell the sweet scent of larceny. Sports Car DEEP SEA
.' Giants Think Duke Snider
Never WaveredYet f vp yl 4. 'opfF14.x
i Race Slated
Yet few could apply logic to such a situation. Whenever there
J a fix, someone profits. Otherwise there is no fix. But the Can Help Pennant Surge '
"to-1 or 7-to-1 odds never wavered and they usually plummettRhen Pensacola
a betting coup is in process. Listen stood to make more I Sremharchee, Fla.
t jrom winning than losing. PENSACOLA The world's r By TED MEIER not known and there was no Im- at Daytona Beach. I
Suspicions were not allayed, however, when it later was fastest sports cars and finest Associated Press Sports Writer mediate reaction from the New Baltimore catcher Dick Brown on'The
iiearned that Listen's promotional organization, Intercontinen- drivers will race for more than Duke Snider apparently is the York club., led the Oriole attack with three
< al Sports, had paid Clay the sum of $50,000 for the right to $6,000 in prizes 'and a wealthof left-handed slugger the San The, Duke, starting his 18th hits-a homer, double and a" WINNER'
tage his first title defense in the unlikely event that the Louis- racing prestige at the U.S. Francisco Giants figure will year in the majors, walloped a two-run single in the decisive I
ille Lip should dethrone Sonny Boy. Did the LIston camp Road Racing Championships at bring the National League pen home run off Robin Roberts at eighth-to back up hitless relief
Merely take out the equivalent of $50,000 insurance from Pensacola's Corry Field course nant back to Candlestick Park Miami, Fla. Friday night in one pitching by Harvey Haddix and 65 Feet Long
.xiore than a million-dollar gate or did the LIston camp know April 45. .. this season. of two exhibition games playedon Dick Hall over the last four innings 18 Feet Wide
omething? r. .; .v I I The 1962 NL champions who Good Friday.The .
This racing event is the fIrstIn j Coast Guard Inspected
1 The Senate committee already has disclosed pretty fancyainanclal a series of special activities "ice.a; d dropped to third place in 1963 homer helped the Mets Houston's quick five runs &
manipulations all along the line, including the that are scheduled as part of Friday were reported to have take a 2-0 lead, but they eventually came on Eddie Kasko's lead-off Lounge Snack room bar
giveaway by Liston of more than half his shares in Interconarils' Pensacola's 15th annual Fiestaof started 'negotiations with the lost 7.% to Baltimore when homer, two walks with the bases Leaves Dockat
Five Flags celebration. New York Mets in an effort to the Orioles came up with five loaded by Bob Anderson and a 7:30 Taylor's

John Liggon, Fiesta execu- DUKE SNIDER get Snider. runs in the eighth inning. In the single by pitcher Hal Woode- Returns 5 to a.m.6
tive secretary, said deadline for .i The Duke, one of the few active other game, the Houston Colts shick. The game was called after p.m.
Pitching entries in the USRRC race is Still Slugging major leaguers with more scored five runs in the first in- eight innings because of dark
March 31, with entry blanks than 400 homers to his credit ning and beat Kansas City 6-4 ness. I
and in the his $5.00 per person
available at the Fiesta office, Ed Fox Tops baseball career, was sold to the $1.00 for Rod & Reel
370 Brent Pensacola.The .
otation Snarledy competition Building,is open to Mets by the Los Angeles Dodgers I Phils-Mets Trade Due? II

qualified 1964 Sports Car Club GE Pin LoopEd a year ago.
of America members who hold The Giants need a'lefthandedpinch ,CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) -. rnstein to New'York for outfielder Trips, open to individualsSat.
Fox of Yankees led the The trade rumors are flying Frank Thomas and pitcher Al ., Sun. and HolidaysFor
1964 National
Regional or competition hitter who can hit the long
Too Much Rain licenses issued by the General Eledtric League at ball to replace the southpaw hit around the training camp of the Jackson. ,,',.
SCCA Contest Board. Palm Lanes with a 174-182-173! ting of catcher Ed Bailey,traded! Philadelphia Phillies these daysas General Manager.John Quinnof
The Sunday 50-lap manufacturing 529. Dick Tyde, Rebels, had to Milwaukee during the offseason. -I the club looks for a ,right- the Phillies also is interestedin : Charter Mon., Tues.,

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -has been a big disappointment championship race is for 528, Chuck Weight, Half Pints, And the 37-year-old Snider handed hitting outfielder and a Gene Freese, Pittsburgh: third; Wed., Thurs. & FrI.
JAP) -Rain canceled. the St Grand Touring' cars, DivisionsI 520; Rollie Brunelle, Rebels, still dangerous at,the plate as left-handed relief pitcher.The There is a chance the Phillies', ...., .
uis.New York Yankees exhi- & III, over and under 2000cc.L. 516; Dalton Rogers, Alley,Cats, evidenced by his 14 homers,, story circulating now is a might be willing to throw in in-\
ition game Saturday leavinge "Now I'm going to have to M. Gifford, Race chair. 514. three triples and eight ,doublesfor five-for-two deal with the New fielder Ruben Amaro if the I Phone:- Cross City
Cardinals idle for the third pass him," Keane said. "I've man, estimated about 45 national Jim Collins, Alley Cats, had a theMets, last season. I' York Mets that would send Mets are interested. Quinn says
sight day. got, to get ready the ,pitcherswho drivers are expected for the 199 high game. Hurricanesthe No Reaction pitchers John Boozer, Dallas negotiations are stymied by! HY 83423Valiant's
are doing the best work, two day event 1005 top game. Sam Hicks What sort of a deal the Giants Green and Paul Brown and in- the reluctance of the.Mets "tor;,
The Cardinals were rained so 111 use both Broglio and Gibson Bill Wuesthoff, in a new prototype made the 2-4-10 split offered the Mets for Snider was'fielders Don Hoak and John Her tell us what they want."
ut after three innings'Thurs- against Milwaukee Sun- Elva-Porsche, has been ..
Jay and had an open date Friy. day. tabbed as the top contender in
| The inactivity has given this Fiesta race. The Elva-Porsche
Manager Johnny Keane concern Manager Yogi Berra of the won in its initial appearance ".'
Yanks also announced Pitching last year at the Elkhart -' ,
ver his pitching. -
changes.: He said southpaw Bud Lake Road America 500 U.S. -
Keane had planned to use Ere Daley, who was to have faced Racing Championship.
[ Broglio against the Yankees the Cardinals, will be droppedout Drivers are scheduled to register $
Saturday and follow with Ray of the rotation for one pitching Friday, April 3, from ,9a.m.
decks and Bob Gibson Sunday. turn. to 10 p.m., with the course

Sadecki's ineffectiveness 17 Right-hander Bill Staffordand opening for practice runs at 1 low low price. t c I

:arned runs ,in, 'nine, innings lefty reliever Steve Hamilton p.m.Saturday's Friday..:races, numbering* '
will face Cincinnati at Tampa '
I. seven in all, should prove a demanding '
SportsmenHold Sunday. Mickey, Mantle, and I test of skill and mech- I

all the other, regulars will start anical ability for the week-end ( ," : ;
First against the Reds-unless th drivers who have been at work if i.-J J ;',: i, ;!;.'::.: ::: "
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for months getting their machInes
playing surface is slippery fromthe I
ready for this Fiesta cele ,hJ'l-l.--.i': "
Dog Show almost continuous rail a bration. '

I which has fallen on Florida'*I Pensacola's Corry Field has a

, HAWTHORNE Dogs own- West Coast since Thursday. three-mile track. The field was "

d by sportsmen from Starke, Berra also said that right. once an auxiliary air station sx
used during World War II as a
West Palm BeachLid
Gainesville. bander Ralph Terry willa miss"
laurels I training site for naval, fliers,
Hawthorne won pitching,turn because he has I of for
plenty parking
Saturday in the first show offe space specjtators.
Florida Sportsmen's Club a kink in his back. I .

ear here.

A dog owned by Grover Pay- Jay Hook Has irraisas s.'
n of Hawthorne was best
lott hound, one owned by
asco Forsyth of Starke wasest
July, one owned by Mr. Talent But. .. ,
ersey, ,Starke, 'best walker .. I
itch and one by Forsyth best p
alker dog, a pointer owned by ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. namics and rocket propulsionwho PAA '
arl Evans, Gainesville, won inlat .(AP-Pitcher Jay Hook of the is working on a masters de
category and a setter own- New York Mets has mastered. gree at Northwestern, Hook r
, i by J. C. Mcdamroch of the theory of propelling a rocket speaks frankly of his problem.
est Palm Beach topped that II millions of miles but he still "I've been guilty of two

& s.Judges. has not mastered the techniqueof things," said Hook, "inconsist
were T. L. Brown of propelling a baseball 60 feet ency and negative thinking. I
orthington and Oren Terry, In his manner, Manager Casey have to work on positive con

trait, Mich. Stengel puts it. this way: centration.
Next show will be in April "His picuw '; iL.1 in't I go
where his mind wants them to "Suppose," he continued, DAYS!
go." "I'm pitching to a batter who ONLY 2 MORE

Overly's494 In his manner, Hook says: hit a low outside pitch out of the
last I
"It's my lack of positive con park on me the time.
Best in Loop centration." can't say to myself I won't pot .
the ban there again.That's negative Stock
Whichever is more accurate, PLYMOUTH In
I've got to concentrate Any
Virginia Overly's 494 paced the undeniable fact is that Hook, thinking.
de Chester's Garage Coffee a 27-year-old right-hander with on getting it low and
at Palm Lanes. Helen: away if that's where I want"it
top all the talent needed to win in
arker had a 488 and a 193 higharne. the majors, has a record of 29-61 "That's the mental part oft THROUGH.31st .
[ Jeanne Leland hit 479. he added. "The actual I
In two ,
for seven seasons. sea-
Fenders had a 1725 series and sons with the Mets, Hook has pitching of the ball breaks down COST PLUS 10% MARCH
into getting good stuff on the
624 high game. Tess Manaro posted 8-19 and 4-14 records.
Parkerd pitch then getting the pitch to
[iade the 5-10 split, Mrs. Speaks FranklyAn ,
Trudie Feather, 5-7$. erudite student of gas dyI' the right spot You should be

I able caught to trying do to both.be too rye careful been Valiant-- offers you everything :you want, in a economy of operation, quality engineering.

I': Jacksonville Suns Need That doesn't ,help either." compact car. Smart styling, hot performance, All this plus an astoundingly low, low price!

I Bat Boys and Ball Boys I ,Harvey Thomas! VALIANTS STRONG.5/50 WARRANTY ,PROTECTS YOU: Chrysler Corporation warrants for 5 years or 50,000_miles whichever comes first.
., reside will at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealers place of business.the engine eeX.head
: Tec*In materials and workmanship and replace or repair
JACKSONVILE The Jack- nessman. Winners will be an- Fires 584 Set and internal parts Intake manifold, water pump. transmission case'and internal parts (excluding manual dutch). torque'convertor.. drive haft. universal 1 ,
baseball team of nounced April 15. has the oil changed very 3 months or 4.000 mMes,
nville Suns joints. rear axle and differential and rear wheel bearings of Its 1964.utomobiles. provided the owner engine
'l. he International League is Boys selected will make at To Pace LeagueHarvey whichever comes first.the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air filter deaned every,6 months and replaced every 2 years.and every
and least road with the !![ of the service and requests the dealer to certify (1) receipt of such'evidence and
aoking for two bat boys one trip 6h months furnishes to such a dealer evidence' Of,performance required, i
wro ban boys for the 1964 sean Suns. after schools dose for Thomas showed the .(2)the aria then current mileage.

; which will open on April summer vacation. way in the Friday Night We will not be out sold or out traded "
2, against the Rochester Red i Applications will be limited Mixed League at Palm Lanes I
to between the of 12 54 set He had
boys ages with a gamesof CHRYSLER
i Bobby mgs.i 'Maduro, Suns' Gener- 14 who have the consent of 187202195. Charles Cato had See local Plymouth-Valiant Dealer .wnsats s > Karons covt ,.
il manager, said application forhe their parents or guardians rolled 567. Marc Todaro hada your
!, four positions will be ac- Those not selected as regularbat 230 high game.
I *pted at the Suns' office, 1201 boys may be selected hon Pat Brownsword led the women -
p. Duval St, until April 13. orary bat boys and will be with a 441 set Nita Thomas
Boys interested should en- honored on specifically asdgn2 had 434 and Eleanore Todaro I HAWES- POWERS MOTOR CO.
lose a brief' statement as to 2 yat the ban park. They rolled 43L Corrie. Hayes had a

'Why I'd Like to. be "a Suns win sit, in a special seat and 167 high' game. .
at boy.'* receive a gift from the ban Bill Lyon's Sunoco: Gas bad

All applications will be judged club. a 2233 series and Mary Lee Imperial-Plymouth-Vol iant-Chrysler and.. Ihzca ..
by a committee composedf Applicants should.write to Beauty Salon,a, 796 best game.
Eddie Stanky,,,Harry, Walker Bat Boy Contest, PO Box 4756, Walter Starr and ,Ralph' Davis : FR 22561I
Suns' manager;' 'and Bill Jacksonville, Florida 32201. made the 5-7 split, Bob Link- 204 }N. Main Street OPEN -
Terry, former New York Gi- Boys,from the Gainesville are field and BiD Bryant, 5-los; I : I. +" '
mts' star and now e'Jar busi :are eligible to eempete.4 and Becky Jorick, M-10. I

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O4 oIneYfTle Sun Sunday,.March,29, '1964


:, Besselmfe{\ ;fakes, i Notre Dame '

K Azalea Open Lead In TennisFlorida's Owens Top PlayerPENSACOLA

By KEN ALYTA swiftg- hat11 get the money. I tennis team win go I' (AP) Andy Spriestma, Tampa Robinson; land Ledger; Bill Peterson, Mel- Jerome Earnest, Panama- CityNewsHerald nard Kahn, Daytona Beach

Associated Press Sports Writer never dreamed I could play as after its eighth win in 12 Owens, a 6-5, 205-pound junior Mike McGinnis', Zephyrhills; bourne Times; Bruce Reisman, ;' Roger Gilmore, News-Journal; Dave Sanders,

f WILMINGTON, N. C. (AP- well as I have here. If I could matches this year when it is I from, Tampa HiDsborough, was Terry Kimmel, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale News; Frank DeLand Sun-News; Bruce Wit- Fort Walton Beach Playground
Affable Al Besselink went on an win tournaments the way I usedto host to Duke's Blue Devils at the top choice of Florida sports Tommy Tompkins, Tampa Hills- Quine St. Petersburg ,Inde- wer, Tampa Times, Bill Kirby, Daily News; Cliff Kraus Pen-
eight-birdie binge Saturday to: ''hit the ban, this should 'be 1:30 p.m., tomorrow at the writers for the 1964 all-state high borough; Larry Williams, Tam- pendent; Bill Buchalter, St. Tampa Tribune; Neil Amdur, sacola News-Journal; Al Whit-
: shoot a second round 65 and easy. It's like stealing." varsity courts. school basketball team announced -pa Chamberlain; Dan Sherman, Petersburg Times; Larry Ma. Miami Herald; Larry Bush, marsh Orlando Sentinel; Fred

i we move into the 36-hole lead of the The 6-foot-4,200-pounder need- by the Pensacola NewsJournaL Lakeland; Mario Monte, Lake- honey, Tallahassee: : : Democrat, Fort Pierce News-Tribune; Ber Green Palatka Daily News.
The Gator netmen land Santa Fe
rained Tom
l Ga $20,000 Azalea Open Golf Tour- ed only 27 putts to get aroundthe were ; Conner
out of scheduled match St. Petersburg Boca
I wit nament with a 135 totaL 6,744-yard Cape Fear Coun a Owens, one of three juniorson Ciega;
with Clemson but Wray Weisler, Dunedin Bill
The strapping 39-year-old professional try Club course. One of two yesterday top- the team, received 15 votes ;
I ped Notre Dame, 6-3, on Fri Stansfield, Riviera Beach; Rick
t from Merchantville, greens he missed, the eighth; from the 19 writers participating ,
day. Last Thursday, the UF- Lee, Riviera Beach; Jim Yar-
by j NJ., held a one-stroke lead brought his only bogey.On in the pollIronically
Georgia Tech match was rained brough Arcadia; Dave Miller,
over veteran Bob Gajda, who the front nine he had three
lJ clung to second I place with his birdies, the longest putt beinga out. the next highestvote Delray Beach Seacrest; Bobby
Mike Lea Miller, Fort Lauderdale Stran-
second 68 for 136. six-footer. He blazed home in getter was 5-11
In the match with the Irish,
11 therwood of Pensacola High, ahan; Charlie Huth, Fort Lau-
Besselink In 31 with five birdies
picked up $1,000 finishingwith
Florida five of the six
won derdale
Aquinas Steve
also with 12. Pena
bonus 600 for the day'sbest three consecutive threes. a junior, ; ,
fie! money singles events to sew up the Hollywood McArthur
cola defeated Hillsborough Mc-
High ;
l score and $400 for leadingat Putts of 15 feet, six inches and
the halfway mark of the 72- three feet were followed by 30- victory. 73-55, en route to the state Class Kirchy, Miami Columbus;

bole tournament that ends Mon- footers on the last two boles to Results championship earlier this Chuck Schaefer, Miami High;
{ K complete his round. month at Gainesville. It was Bob Malinowski, Miami High;

\ day.Tommy Jacobs, Bob Spence, Gajda, 47-year-old pro playinghis Singles Bill Tym defeated only the second game Hillsbor Bob Dowling, Miami Beach;
t Larry Mowry and Gene Briggs way home to his BloomfieldHills Pedro Rossello (ND), 6-4, 7-5; ough lost this season out of 27 Terry Akins, Miami High.
Dave Bonner defeated Allen Writers taking in the
tt shared third place at 139, while Mich., club job, again had starts. [ part
t first round leader Joe Campbell a hot putter as he put together Davidson (ND), 6-2, 6-1; Steve Others, named to the team !balloting Joe Halberstein were: GainesvilleSun
fell to a seventh place tie at 140 nines of 3533. His only bogey Gardner defeated Jim Goetz were:
tI (ND), 6-3, 7-5; Rubin Cordieo ; Bill Ingle, Jacksonville
73. but
shooting came on a three-putt green, t
Besselink, returning to the he knocked In four birdie puttsof (ND) defeated Jerry Pfeiffer, Dennis Cantrell, Daytona Journal; Jack Slayton, Lake-

I tournament trail after three 10 to 25 feet and another of 6-4, 6-2; Don Losman defeated ;Beach Seabreeze, 6-9, junior;

'years of club pro duty in the only 10 inches on the par three I Bruce Voxburg (ND), 6-4, 6-3; Harry Dunn, Cocoa, 6-2, senior; Cortinas

Philadelphia area, tuned up for Vic Stone defeated John ClancyND Bobby Stevens, Palatka, 6-5, se- Top

1I his comeback by making the 10th.A 36-hole score of 145 was re- ( ), 1-6, 7-5, 6-0. nior; Ron Mikell, Mount Dora,
I It 1r four tournament Carribean quired to qualify 66 pros for the de- 6-4, senior; Alan Treece, Jack- 63 Cars in :i
It swing and finishing third in the last two days of play. Prominent Tym-Losman sonville Terry Parker, 6-4, se-
1'h over-all standings.He casualties were Jerry Bar- feated Rossello Corideo, 2-6, nior;' Doug Parlin, DeLand, 6-1, Safari RaceNAIROBI t

t credited a new swing with ber, defending champion and 6-1, 6-4; Clancy-Vosburg defeated 'senior; Mike Christian, St. Pet- ,hr a.. z i

! improving his play."I three time winner here, who Ed Davis-John Hansen, 10-8, !ersburgn High, 5-10; and Jeff Kenya (AP-The

used to be a puncher, a missed by two strokes; Billy 6-1; Goetz Davidson defeated Grate, Miami Norland, 6-2, senior 63 surviving cars in the 3,190-, ( vt t ,> 4N n

band player," he explained. Maxwell, one shot off; and Dow Pfeiffer-Ron Rebhuhn, 4-6, 6-3, I mile East African Safari were .

re "Now I'm a swinger. I've got a Finsterwald, two over the limit. 62. ; Owens averaged nearly 27 scheduled to start the southern \ .,Yy a$

al points a game during the sea leg of the race late Saturday,
lea son and scored over 500 pointsfor with British Ford Cortinas hold- .

t Iter Jacksonville Lad Helps a new Western Conference ing four of he first five places. .. A .. .

I lei record. The race will flush in Nairobi g ,: 1y
Monday r" t Du select 10 chosen
The state's ,
Of the 94 cars that started, 31
col$ Cambridge Beat OxfordLONDON from some 50 nominees repre- dropped out during the rugged
19 senting all classifications, averages -northern leg, which included
6 feet, 3 inches. Cantrell,
"'" driving through areas where Africans
inti who led Daytona Beach Sea-
(APJohn Roche Duncan former Yale for the first threw rocks and burning
: a Spencer a time that we had breeze to the state Class A title,
t Kiely of Jacksonville, Fla. oarsman who stroked Oxfordto a' good lead and from then on I is the tallest at 6-9 and Christianof torches at the drivers. Y.w.

r helped Cambridge University to victory last'year. kept my,eye on Oxford."I St. Petersburg High is the Three cars had shattered
an easy upset victory over Oxford knew as'the race went on shorest at 510. windshields. At other points ;
""We had for
hoped rougher
Saturday the 110th row we were coasting to victory.The along the route logs and boul-
ing of Britain's historic boat water, said Spencer, a New finest sight of my life was AU but ,four of the 10 are ders apparently had been placed
Yorker "We had done well in
race over the River Thames. that at the finishing post with from Class AA high schools. I deliberately.
rough ,water during training.But the crowds on the bank cheer Cantrell, Stevens and Parlinare Drivers said the rock throwing It's Easter, season of rejoicing. The Florida
Leading from, start,, p ipish, none; ,of us,, has any ex- ing us home." from the Class A ranks appeared to be unorganized and

\ the Cambridge eight shell cuses." With Kiely and Lecky provid- while Mikell represents the was mostly done by youths and National, wants to take this opportunity to wish
6% the
won by lengths, covering
'so Kiely, 6-foot-5 and 199 pounds, ing much of the power, Cam Class B schools. children.
4Vi miles of calm water in 19 its customers and friends a full measure of joy
\bt minutes seconds: Oxford pulled :the, .No. 6 oar: for the bridge slipped into the lead half brotherof The husband-wife team of
18 was Parlin is the younger
timed in 19:41. winning Cambridge crew and a a minute after the start and Ken Parlin, who was an all- Eric and Pat Moss Carlson, and blessing for the beautiful spring season.

%.4 200-pound Canadian, John Leckywas pulled steadily away, never state selection at DeLand in driving Swedish Saabs, were the
b record for the ce firstThe t at'No. 5. being headed. It led by one-half only ones in any position to chal-

let held in 1829, is IJjSfr; ; 'sCt'by* "Good Lead" length after a mile, three 1963.The lege the Cortinas. Carlsson is
.Cf Cambridge in 1948. "I never even thought of win- lengths after two miles and six honorable mention list: third and his wife sixth. "to.ride.

re It was a bitter disappointwent ning until we had gone two I lengths after 3% miles. Tommy Lee, Pensacola.High; Mike Armstrong and'Chris
for the favored Oxford!miles," Kiely said after the' Lord Snowden, husband' of Ray Touchstone, Choctawhat- Bates of Kenya are the leaders.

.In crew and its American stroke,!race. "Then it dawned on meGiants Princess Margaret and a former chee Ralph Moulder, Panama Only one of the six highpowered -
Cambridge cox, followedthe
Rutherford David Turn- Ford-Lincoln Comets is NATIONAL BANK GAINESVILLE
ciaj i in City ; AT
race one small
: still in the
running. It is 27th,
:: .1iIndians boats that made up.the following age, Marianna; Walt Lamb, Pa-
11: xon;' Steve Parker, Jacksonville with the team's No. 1 driver,
\ armada: Hundreds lined the
Viscount Kim
tr' Mandeville at the
river banks. DuPont; Billy Fravis, Jackson- Member: Federal Reserve System With Nation-Wide Facilities
(Continued from Page 01) controls.
11 ting in the second inning. Ad-' (AP-The Washington Senatorshit "The water was good for row- ville Lee; Chuck Ferrell, Orlando Four other Comets are at the Federal Deposit Insurance 'Corporation
Evans Jim Roberts
Daytona -
b cock suffered a muscle 'pull hi' four home,runs behind two- ing, said Spencer. "We've no Beach; Mainland Wes tail end of the field and one has, Florida National Group of Banks
tI his left shoulder and -was, ta- man pitching Saturdayand excuses. I guess we were just ; quit
Beach Mainland __ _
,routed ,the Baltimore Orioles beaten by a better crew. Young nn _.
a ken to a hospit for,.,-Xrays, Auburn-
"I wouldn't admit we had lost ; Booty Etheridge, i
a which proved negative. "B"'squad 6 to 0.
'\ Los Angeles (A) B.. 001 200 103- < 12 "3 It was the fifth straight vic- until it was all over. I just kept dale; Marty Dryski, FloridaAir
Chicago (N) ........ 021 302 20x-10 14 1 pulling although I knew Academy; Gary Preisser, OF
Gatewood. Bellnsky (I). Foytack (I) aFoiles. tory for the Senators, who also Orlando Moore Bob Stinnet,
Moore (6) Norman. Koonce (6), have won all six playedat were well ahead. ;
\ .
Warner and Renew. (7)
(7) Rosnovsky Cocoa; RICKY TURNER, CEDAR
Cambridge averaged 186%
W-Norman. Gatewood.: Municipal Field. !
.,1 Home runs-Los Angeles., Simpson Yin- pounds, Oxford 189%. It wasCambridge's ; KEY; TERRY NUTT
IOn. Schaal. Chicago Burke. Baltimore 'B'. ......., 000 000 000-4 4 0 GAINESVILLE ,Mike Rolle-
Washington ........022 010 Olx-* 10 0, 61st victory in the
10 N ats Score 04--' McNally Narum (5), Starretta (7) and I series, which has seen Oxford son, Plant City; Jim Phillips,
Osteen Rudolph (7) and Leppert
W-Osteen. U-McNally. win 48 times and one race end St. Petersburg Barry; Terry

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. pert Horn(2),runs-Washington Skowron. Hinton LCD-' in a dead heat. Lanier, Tampa Plant; Chuck 1964 FORDDEMONSTRATORS

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1 Sports Scribe Has New *Twist'

On Vacationing College Youths I:

The following column appeared recently in the Daytona pressed and let him off. Unfortunately for this culprit, the A
Beach Evening News. Written by Bernard Kahn, award-win- cop was a Georgia fan who saw Rakestraw play and he knew
I ning sports editor of the Daytona Beach News-Journal, the the husky as an impostor. '
column seeks to view with some objectivity and candor an As the youth piled into the paddy wagon, he grinned and BIG SAVINGS

event which annually receives, often undeserved, national said to the officer, "Well, I tried, anyway." ,

; Having a Good Time

II By BERNARD KAHN The officer is a police veteran. As be resumed his post close ____ SELECT FROMHARDTOPS ..
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to the milling dancers on the beach, he made some interesting S : .5 .
DAYTONA BEACH The liveliest show In the world is
taking place on the most famous beach these collegiate vacation observations. .
days. The ground rules,'are simple: You have to be "Most of these,kids are just having a good time and onlya '_ AND
very small, percentage of them go beyond that if you consider _
young (just to survive), male or female, and, preferably come PORDOR'SEDANSBUY :
equipped with a torso as free wheeling as an eel's.It .how many thousand are here he said. "Rememberwhen
kids and from home school? I don't -
we were away or
also if have
helps you zest for competition, because the ,
think we always behaved the same as we did in our front
of this
name game played by the flower of America's youthis A TOTAL PERFORMANCE FORD
exhaustion. parlor."There's :
First prize is a one-day supply of plasma.
Second prize is an early grave. The trick is to twist and shake something about crowds or groups when they go
around the clock If away from their home base or offices or stores that makes ,
nonstop. you keep going 48 hours you
get extra credit. them do things wilder than usual. They're just more uninhib- ; /

These are amateurs and the beach rodeo is a lot more fun ited, that's all. Any police officer who has been assigned to WE HAVE '.

believe me, than the competition in Cyprus or the'playful a convention of adults, people who are sedate citizens nor
1 antics practiced by the school kids in Panama. mally, knows many of them act a lot differently on the road. fA1.CONSFAIRLANES

I Human nature being a perverse cuss, the. extra curricular "These college invasions require us to put in a lot of extra
= hours and we get A lot of unnecessary grief. But there area
hubbub also produced a fair amount of adult ,bombila-
1t lot worse things going on in,many places around the state
1l tion.There and the country than collegians acting
be up.
may not enough jobs to go around In'some areas'
and there may not be enough class rooms for the student "There are some roughnecks in this crowd. They should,be
.6 but treated rough, to protect the majority of nice kds who are .
population explosion there Is never a shortage of reformers GALAXIE 500
and professional do-gooders anywhere. just whooping it up. I can't quit on these kids. They wouldn't'
be normal boys and girls if they sat around in some corner
quietly and'talked and studied. They get plenty of that at their

( Some Bad Actors, But. colleges. FACTORY 'NEW CAR WARRANTY

Mind you, any person with the sense to ten the,time of day Wishes for Lost Youth
knows there are some bad actors in the college crowd and

1i that visitors, young or old, must obey an our laws if we-are The officer walked away with -a far away took in.his eye, I See a Shaw & Keeler Salesman Today I

i to maintain our self: ,respect as, a decent city and moved toward a/young man',who was carrying an open ;
t It takes all kinds' to make any kind of crowd. Our refusalto beer can up the'approach.As _
join a mass indictment of these thousands of red blooded we stood there on,'the beach curiously watching the
t I American youngsters as society's ugly. ducklings does not youthful collegians and strays raising their own happy jinks, "Satisfied Customers Our Most I Important Asset"SHAW

.g mean we condone the actions of.the bad actors.:It does mean strolling little grey, haired lady stopped. Peering through

i we can't condemn all 'these kids for .being kids because a. thick glasses she: said to me, almost apologetically, This "
comparatively few.are-trouble' spawners.-And,a few live wire makes me wish I was yow g again" and she ambled down MOTOR

troublemakers ,.canatf, '' .&.heap ',of, trouble, save", and the the. beach. with a smile oa her faCe, _
situation can'get out of hand without strict enforcement of the A'few minutes later a man-in' a business suit somewherein and: :KEETER: : COMPANY

law. ,his late 40s or early 50's, came down the approach and :
One bright guy who got unruly and arrested was a husky .stopped..Be listened to the hot,beat of a beachcomber band '

wearing a Georgia,football litle jacket over a pair of swim stared at the dancers with their jerky, rhythm and sniffed, OPEN TIL 9 p.m., MONDAY THRU, FRIDAY
'trunks.' He ,told the officer,he didn't have his ID. but identi- "It's, disgraceful. He stood there for another 15 minutes, 238 WEST UNIVERSITY' AVENUE : PHONE FR r 65371r '
fied himself I as, Lairf'Rakestra'w,* Georgia's splendid quarter ogling the wiggling girls.
back last season, figuring, I guess, the cop would be im-
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Sunday,-March'29,-1964FGa na.ille Sun OS

t Porter's : r p Y '"\ K : S

Triple"J I Northern Dancer,

Edges Tech, 21Florida's ..--m Cedar Key, it Notch'"1

two-game baseball Bill Blomgren and Earl Mont- frames before finally breaking

series with Georgia Tech turned gomery racing home with the loose in the ninth. Impressive Wins

into a,one-game.affair thanks to tying and winning tallies., Florida's Ron Creese opened ..

wet weather yesterday and the It had been a frustrating day the sixth with a double to left,

V Gators were happy to emerge for the Gators..Tech jumped in but was stranded. on third as By GENE PLOWDEN $6,500, lost him another race

r with'a victory in the Friday en- front in the second inning on a AlIen Trammell and Blomgren Associated Press Sports Writer to P. J. Johnson for $7,500 and
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -Manuel regained him in still another for
\ counter at Perry Field. single by Dick Emerson, a sac flied out.
I Held at bay for 8 1-3 innings rifice, and a two-base throwingerror In the seventh, Porter walked Ycaza kept Cedar Key close to $9,500. The horse won $78,627 in
\ .by the i the front runners and brought 31 races last year.
tight pitching of Tech's by Florida third baseman and stole second. Pinch-hitter
t Jemmy Robinson, Florida broke Don .him along fast in the last stages
Montgomery.The Pendley singled to open and the Donn Northern Dancer was fifth out
loose to tie and win on a two-run Gators, held to just two the eighth. Both times, however, s. won at Gulfstream$59,750 Park of the gate but moved up to sec
I triple by catcher Dave Porter. hits in the first five innings by Robinson was able to silence ond after the half mile and was

Porter's shot over the center Robinson, m lbceats: in the Gator bats with his low, Saturday. three lengths in front when
However the Donn was anticlimactic
: fielder's head sent teammates the sixth, seventh, d.. ""J::'t'1I breaking deliveries, to escape ,as Windflelds Farm's- they straightened away in the

r unscathed.But stretch. He with
;. Canadian-owned Northern Dane won handily
in the fractions of :22, :44 3-5 and
ninth, the hard-
iKNOCK er dashed seven furlongs under.
ON WOOD working Tech hurler never got ,fcaza in record-equaling 1:22 1:093-5.

I a chance to demonstrate his GATOR SECOND BASEMAN RON CREESE MAKES GREAT CATCH. during a warmup for the Flori- "My horse always has hada

k clutch pitching style. Stab of throw got Tech runner out in 2.1 Florida win. (Sun photo by Tom- da and Kentucky Derbies. world of speed but I have

Bomgren opened the .final my Lewis). I Cedar Key, slight favorite with. tried not to use it too much,"

I Dltke, Kent > frame with a low liner to right 1 1I I the crowd of 20,140, ran the 14 trainer Horatio Luro said after

I that John LaCapra scooped off I II miles on the grass in 2:26, only I the race. "I have tried to teach

r Play Big I his shoe tops, but then dropped.: 7-Foot Star Emerson Santana one-fifth of a second slower than I my horse to race himself, but

The error spelled a quick exit the track record. He won by 2Vi the jockey told me today that

Roles for Robinson, as left-hander, lengths. when he asked for a little speed

I Keg Frank Hall took over Tech's Leads Prep Parka was second, Suspiciousthird my horse ran right out from under

hurling chores.He otchVictories and Sunrise Flight fourth. him. He will race back next

i got Tom Shannon on apolHIP Northern Dancer, packing 122 Saturday in the Florida Der-
1. $Y JACK HARRIS to second. But then AllAmericaNEW pounds, won by four lengths as by.

.. odds-on favorite.and paid $2.80.
Montgomery chopped a grounder MIAMI BEACH Fla. (AP- Defina of : .
HollywoodFla. Luro said he plans to ship
The[ speedy son of Nearctic
to third that hit the base and YORK (AP-Lou Alcin- ,
Emerson of Australia and defeated Miss Hanks in
Roy a
On the of 6th annual tournament I Northern Dancer to Keeneland
eve our Bowling Natalma thus became a hot fa-
dot 7-foot 1-inch at
junior .
caromed head third ,
the of
over Manuel Santana of Spain vindicated -semifinal match 1-5, 6-3, 6-3 for
how Derby to await the Kentucky
do know the who
i many persons not two persons Power Memorial Academy of vorite to win next Saturday'sFlorida
sacker Terry Hall into left field. their one-two in the to meet
seeding right
Nancy Richeyof
have the greatest responsibility to you the bowlers. New York, was named Saturday : Derby and then will shipto Derby May
This first and
put men sea the Good Neighbor Tennis Dallas.for the women's title '
These two Jim Duke, president, and Ken Kent, sec nd, and set the stage for Pore for the second time as a Championships Saturday by win Sunday. Kentucky for the big one May One of Calumet Farm's Ken-

retary-treasurer, have been. at your disposal for the ter's two-strike, no balls blast. member of the All-America high ning their way to the finals. Yugoslavia's tandem of Boro 2.Cedar tucky Derby hopes, Full Well
almost past season. school basketball squad by Parade Key, owned by Jerry finished third in furlong
Charlie Anderson started on Emerson had more than a Javanovic and Nicola Pile a seven
league over the His consecutive 5-7 splits in the testa of Cedarhurst N.Y.
years. the ran
; Magazine. Alcindor is Full
the mound for the Gators and handful in an hour and 45-min- set the Mexican Davis Cup duo allowance race. Well a son
Duke has been one of the bet UWCL. only repeater from last year'steam. I the biggest race of his brief career of the Bull Lea, was one
pitched eight innings, before being ute first set against Brazil'sRonnie of Rafael Osuna and Antonio great
ter sponsors in the Commercial] Team, doubles and singles in the Donn. He was fourth behind Mail and
Barnes but went to Palafox 5-7 for I length Reply
lifted for a pinch hitter. During on 6-3,11-9 a placein
I I' league and city tourney for two :events schedules are posted The team is selected by high in the early running as Tamao Prince.
that time, he 'struck out 11 victory 15-17, 6-3, 62. Barnes the' finals against Emersonand I Special
Duke Lumber team won the Tor the 6th annual City bowling school and college coaches. Pa- and Nashver battled for the
consecutive years, 1958 and tournament at Palm and Yellow Jackets, allowed six rade estimates that the four lost two set points in the 12th fellow Australian Kenneth lead. But Cedar Key moved up Trainer Jimmy Jones said
and unearned run, game and four more in the final Fletcher. Emerson-Fletcher defeated -
ingles one won't be
1959. Rebel Lanes. seniors on the first time al- after a mile and never was Full Well probably
before he able to Patricio' Rodriguez of
Jim has become very active Al Cowan was second best in and walked none. ready have received more than game was threatened. ready for the Louisville race

In'bowling since first becoming the Orange Bowl Classic at But it was sophomore Adrian oOO()() offers of college scholar- wrap up the set. Chile and Iyo ,Pimental of Venezuela Cedar Key, a Florida-bred son since his training was delayedand
I had controlin 4-6 6-1 62.
a sponsor. He, and Ken have Brandon. Zabala who was credited with, Emerson clearly of Fair Ruler out of Military he did not run until late

two of the toughest, but most 118 to close the win, as he came on to pitch ships. choices the second two sets, zippingin Lady, carried high weight of 122 January.

rewarding Jobs' in the associa Rebel Lanes will close Monday the ninth for the Gators. He set The other first-team a big first service and hitting I ,pounds and paid $8.40, $4.60 and
Unseld 6-8 Seneca -
were Wesley the lines with ground
indefinitely. Take notice Tech down in order strikingout Ted Owens :380.; Parka returned $4.20 and New Decision
Lewis 6-8
tion.Jim I of Louisville; Mike shots. He passed Barnes on
says, appreciate 'the Nassau Mixed, Rebel Classic two.Tech's. Miller I$3.60, while show price on Suspicious -
, turnout for the city tournament, and Stamp and Coin Coffee Hall was charged with Missoula, Mont.; Larry match point with a forehand Netv Coach r I was $6.60." South
V4, Catasauqua, Pa.; and Jery drive to the Brazilian's fore- I PORT_ ELIZABETH,
is the have loss. The hard-luck Tech
which largest we Leagues.For
; Sharman, Charter Oak, Cal.' hand. I The 4-year-old Cedar Key,who Africa (AP-The South African
I, ever had. all news items please hurler threw all strikes durin is Richard. : LAWRENCE Kan. (AP-The Athletic Union decided
The second team Santana gave Frank Froehling earned $59,850, in a successful Amateur
Jim's high game was 278, high contact me at 376-4242. Remember his brief ninth inning stint. Re .
I 'ones, Lester, of Memphis of Coral Gables, third-ranked new Kansas basketball coach is California' campaign picked Saturday that non-whites will be
series, 649, and a high average your news is my news. cently, against Florida State Tenn.; Roger Bohnenstiehl, Col- United States player, a lesson in ,Ted Owens, a bright )'owig assistant $39,750> in the Donn. 'up. ab1 "'to hold South African records -
I of 378, and he's striving to go A 14-year-old Eddyville, Ky., Hall allowed but one hit in fivr I .
who has. solid
HI. .Harold Booker 6-1 already a
insville, while winning Basta
e ; position play claimed Cedar Key for in the.future.
higher. girl two years ago had a but that hit turner'out
innings Pa. Ron Wil- service reputation as a soft-sell recruiter. -
Darby-Colwyn, ; 75. Froehling's big one -
FIRST ball] 118 hard time keeping a bowling to be costly, game-winnin; iams, Weirton, W. Va.; and of his strongest features, be- 1 i. i. -, _. - a
Kent rolled his first bowling ball out of the gutter, has join- home run. The Owens assist.
Tack Bettridge, Power Memorial trayed him. It backed Santana 34-year-old ,
ball in 1957 in the Industrial ed the select 300 I WANTED I
group. The nerve-wracking win war of New York. well behind the baseline but it ant to former Coach Dick .
., league on the Sunland Training She is Martha Lois Fuqua, the Gators fifth against no losses failed to come in with consist- Harp the past four years, was -
: Center team where he is the daughter of the owner of the In SoutheasteriConferenCf hired Friday as head coach. I MEN WOMEN I

recreation director. Kentucky Bowling Lanes at Ed. Eastern Division play, thei, HardtvickCaptures ency. Wade Stinson, the new Kansas
Two St. Louis girls, Carol.
from ages 18 to ,52. Prepare sortie caSs only one out of five
Ken has held offices dyville. t
many Athletic Director said the
sixth straight SUcreS.1'and rar Hanks and'Justina Bricka, won Jobwasn't *
, In his short time in the bowling Martha turned in the I now for U. S. Civil Service lob poss.
perfect *
their season's record to 3-2. he women's doubles finals 2-6, offered to anyone else. openings in this area during Lincoln Service helps thousands
circle,*which everyone will game in open play after bowling Florida is to play Mississipp: Pin Event 8-6 6-3 from Judy Alvarez of The new coach had the: the next 12 months. prepare for these tests every
: he ,is of 20 I It is one of the largest! _
agree very capable previous games during unanimous support of the players year.
State of the SEC's Western Di- Tampa and Francoise Durr of : Government positions pay es and,-oldest privately owned m
handling.He, was, secretary the. day.__ She _put together fa submitted hours I
I y vision tomorrow and Tuesday PONTIAC, Mich. (AP), France. : .a petition high as $ 1Vvrynpntri> to schools ofrltrtlnd'and is
l treasure two years and president games of 204 and 212 with her in a two-game set at Perry Young f Bill 'Hardwick of 'San after Harp's resignation '..Thurs I' Start. connectea w1f\*-IRa notl
\ one year in the Industrial 300 for a 716 series. ment.
Field. Both will star'at : Mateo Calif. picked $4,000
games up
league. Ken does not She, barely missed a perfect day.Owens They provide much greater For FREE Information en Go-m
3 p.m. Neither will count ir first prize money in the North Grid Browns recruited most of the: security than private employment vernment jobs, including listB
i. bowl very often, but bowls for game a few months ago when SEC records, though. Only American Open Pro Bowling top Kansas players in recent I .and,excellent opportunity of posjtiorts; ,and ,salaries, fill*

the social fellowship of the she bowled 299. played within a divisionare Tournament Saturday.The years. He found 6-fooMl Wall; for advancement. Many poslout coupon and moll at once
: sport. ,About his present job as High Scores:, Herb Smith of games counted in the baseball 22-year-old Californian Wesley, a talented. sophomore. require i little or no special-!: 'T >OAY. You will also getfulldetails I
t CagerLevern Itions
Sign .-
education 'experience. '' how
secretary-treasurer of the City McCoy Building Supply Topped or' en you conprepare
in the .
of and
turned back Ed Bourdase played a major part ,. ,
standings.Next But to get Toni &f thesa'jjobs] yourself for these
bowlers with fine 643 series.
Association, Ken states a
Bowling ,
weekend, however the Fresno, Calif., 213-196 In their recruiting of George'Unseld, 6-7 you must pass o" 'test. The tests. H
"It. is good experience but, Billy Johnson of Servicemaster Gators will put their SEC dia- nationally televised final match.Bourdase Tart junior an All-Big Eight pivot I competition is keen and In Don't delay ACT NOW! |
I should be passed,around from had a 620; Bob Hughes of
'year to year." Gainesville Sun had a 614; Elmer mond hopes on the block at Au- won $2,000 second I'LiNCOLN' SERVICE Dept. 6

Some of Kent's bowling accomplishments Broadwell of Wises DrugStore burn in two games with thr prize money, with Fred Lening CLEVELAND (AP) Levern The Cleveland Indians and 1I

had 607 Frank Palka currently undefeated Tigers. :of Fairless Hills, Pa. picking up Tart of Bradley University, one Chicago White Sox have,played .I I am very much interested. Please send me'absolutely FREE (DA
are game: ; ,
for third place and Bill of U. S.Government poitionJlInd salaries (2) Information on
$1,500 ;
245, high series 611 and high I Bank of Hawthorne, had 605; Auburn is defending Easterr Allen for fourth. The total of ,the nation's top collegiate exactly .500 ball against each IIit to qualify for a U. .Government Job. I

average of 169. Warren Carson of AFROTC had Division and SEC champion. $1,300 for the tournamentwas basketball stars, has signed with other since the American League Nome :... . . .. . .". Age . _

Bowlers notes: Don, Mason I 597. FLORIDA GEORGIA TECH prize money the Cleveland Browns, the National was founded in 1901. Each I Street .'. . . .. .,. Phone . ..I"City

-best. of luck in your bowling., Elma Newman paced the distaffs ab r h ak r rCreese $31,400. Football League club an- has won .678 games in their .______;.........._.:-...:. -,..... .State . . "

Lynn Johiison converted two I with a 594.Qualifying -..onca",".2b If 30 38 Cook.Harris. ,2b cf 10 101 0 Bourdase automatically qualified the nounced Saturday.Tart series. .. - -
for the leading
Elliott, cf 2 0 Mall 3b 401 who is 6-foot-2 and
*Trammell.cf 2 0 OAdams. If 10 0 40-game qualifying round.
Blemgrefi rf 41 OEmerson.c 411 weighs 202 pounds, was selectedas .. ": ;
Shannon Ib 40 OJackson Ib :301 The other three quarter-finals the Most Valuable Player in ,4 _"' \ W. .w
Uontg'mery.3b 3 1 ILacarpra rf 401
bad rolloff for the other
Set spotIn
Porter,c 20 IBeaver ss :301 a the recent National Invitational
Vtorcreft<< ,** 30 02obk son.p 200 [ the final. Hardwick defeated
Anderson, p 20 IHall, p 000 Tournament in New York, which
!S Pendley 1 01 Lening, 234-181; Lening defeated You're seas/da-cool
was won by Bradley.The t
p I.
000TOTALS 321 ( Allen, 235-172 and Hardwick .
said he will be
For Club EventQualifying beat Allen 267207. Allen is from Browns defensive ; I ti: and you 'look It in our
TOTALS 2f 1anicd <1 I tested primarily at
Elliott in thb Orlando Fla.Hardwick .
out for ,.
-singled for Anderson In nth halfback,but also is a possibilityas VIRACLE SUITS in
his 1964 winnings
RH I: ran
offensive end. He played
GEORGIA TECH 010 000 000-1 1 1
now is under way Two 18-hole rounds will be FLORIDA 000 000 002-2 f to $9,910 and became the both positions at West Palm DRIFTWOOD COLORS
and will continue through Sat- played in Entrants E: Montgomery Mercroft Anderson. first man on the pro bowlers' .
qualifying. SchooL :
Lacapra. RBE: Porter 2. PO-A: GeorgU) Beach, Fla., High :
urday, April 4, in the Golf and must notify the pro shop andpay Tech Tech .254. Florid; Florida.. 2B 27-11.: Creese.LOB;3B Georgli: por: tour to win two tournaments The Los Angeles Rams and 1', Colors straight from the sea.The
this He took the
Country Club's championship a $2 entry fee prior to play. ter. SB: Porter. S. Jackson Robinson: year. Birmingham Dallas Cowboys of the NFL also "ery look of Driftwood is refreshing.
Duncan Creese. Ala. tournament earlier.
tourney. ing qualifying rounds. IP H KERBS SO tried to sign Tart.
Members of the Junior Golf Robinson 141032Hall He led pro bowlers on the tour The Browns also announcedthe Cool gray-into-moss shadings.
(U 1321100Anderson last with earnings of Ix Natural as a summer
Association and year seascape.
may qualify t 1 0 0 11 signing of four other playersas
West Beats if Zabala (W) 100002 000. \ Wade is the natural choice of
play they qualify in the free line-
U: Belbeck, Batts.T: 224. A: 540. agents. They are:
31-17 championship flight only. backers Ed Bettridge of Bowling Ji fabric for Driftwood. This

East, The low 16 qualifiers will Four members of Tennessee's Green and John Mutchler of j\ weigh-less wonder is a cooling

At Boys9 Club make up the championship Ted Lenhardt, 31- year-<>lc I basketball team come from Western Kentucky, halfbackand blend of finespun wool and

light Contestants will play 18 Tulane basketball coach, is i:l Ohio. They are sophomores defensive tackle Bill Slacas, Dacron polyester that knows the

The West beat the East Friday holes of medal play each week native of Coloma, Mich. He was!S Larry McIntosh, Gil Honroe, who played last season with the -fJ difference between holding a

night in a Junior League and the players will be scheduled graduated from Western Mi chi. Howard Bayne and John Jacobs. Cleveland Bulldogs of the United

all-star game at the Boys' Club and required to play on four gas_in 1958. Jacobs is 6-feet-7. Football League. ) crease and shedding a wrinkle.

by a 31.17 count. Stan Thomas Saturdays April 11, 18, 25 and While you stay cool,your suit

had 17 points for West and Sandy May 2. Matches must be played I stays neat.Because it's

.Wilson got seven for East. within the time limit set by the I pressed, shaped and moulded
tourney committee.The SOFTBALLEQUIPMENT
In Cadet play, Elks won from every stitch of the way.

[t Sperry, 7-5. Guy Harvey made low eigh players in the Result The look you buy is

five points for Elks and Bern* championship flight at the end h the look you keep.
I ie3oyles three for ,}L three rounds will play for
Want to keep seaside-cool all
Midget League games saw \ I championship. Others will
Chargerswin:' from Texans, 13- a championship consolation :
bracket. Come in for a Wade suit in
11 Patriots Oilers 9-
; topped i
4; and Broncos nudged Raiders, All championship and match SPECIAL PRICESGLOVES .. _____3p Driftwood and stay as cool
S-7. play must be completed on May as you look. By
%. .4
Donnie Pelt had six poi n t
s Hart
Tom Hanssen is chairman of '
fcy MacGregor and Nokona
for Broncos and David Smith 'J
the tourney committee for this .
; & Marx
eight for Texans. Dennis Un- '
year's event. MITTS by MacGregor and NokonaSHOES .
derwood made four points for '

Patriots. Hal Ingman and Steve t "i:; jrr 4 y $85

Wilson each had four for Broncos TrullFor QB by MacGregor and Riddell

and Buddy Barnes tallied
nfor Raiders. West SOCKS, CAPS,. SHIRTS, BALLS AND BATS ',

28 in a Senior League game. BUFF ALa, N.Y.' (AP-Pass-

Lame Lackey hit 18 points for ing star ,Don mull of Baylor COMPLETE LINE'OF ACCESSORIES ,

the winners and Kim Richardson will quarterback the West team .

had 12 for the losers. in the All-America football 1 "x 1wII .: -L;:

Moose beat Florida National game here June 27, the American I WE ARE TEAM OUTFITTERS I

Bank 6-5 and First National Football Coaches -Association .
Bank won from First ,Federal announced Saturday. :0.- 4

17:7 in Cadet games. Joey Trull. who has signed with the GOODS '='! Free the
JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING ...;., ," forking on j
Robins bad four points for Houston Oilers of the American .
Moose and Tom Douglas fiveforFlorkaNational.'Keith Football League will have Hal .L '>> Huge* First Federal Lot ,
.. -
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''s. Bedsole and Willie Brown of Northcentral Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters i
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:! REPORT Redistricting Properly sales of more than tSOO- ViAiaciwa Edith E. Wolfram-to Elizabeth -B. to O. C. Lewis and Frances O.
'WI-W-:9 County last week as recorded Ketsey. lot 3. Westville Subdivision, lot 57 Santa Ft Hills S14JOQ. Uwls"l
'In the office of Circuit Court Clerk J. $15,000. .1 George P.. Rlppey and Olive B
B.'rmichel. with prices figured from Marvin C. Shealy and Anne C. Shea- pey to John H Regan and Nell I.
In: Michigan state tax stamps affixed to the deeds: ty to Larry T. Hall lot 11, West Park property In section 15, township f. rape
Byron M. Reber Jr. to Jimmy R Clev- addition one. 510.000. 22, $1. 00. .
eland. In block ,
one two.
Robert F. Jones and Mary Sue Jones. I A. J. Thomas Jr and Jean S. Thorfl:;
r Doffl addition to Gainevvllle .
.. DETROIT ,Robertson's to Robert J. Carrie and Mariorie S. Carrie as to Benlamin Sustow lots 4. 5. block
(AP) Michi lot II block N, first addition to Carol II, the Original Survey of Waldo, Iv
gan's Legislature-under prodding T. D. Zetrouer and Dorothy Zetrouer Estats.$10400 000. .
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MARCH 26c expected to Jack Hines Simmons and Marilyn i'w.. Joseph Willingham to William M. Catherine Ritcney Ramsey and J. Pea
FEC Tax bya federal court- is Doris SImmons. property In section 27, Shenkel and Lois E, SnenkeO lot 1. ry Ramsey Jr. to James M. Ruffing
Property ) New Yftrk Times to move swiftly to carve township f, range It. $77.300. Skyline Heights $6,500. and Mavalym! B. Rutting of Palm lot i HOW..
and Shannon replat
G. W. Sherouse Della Pearl She- Terracf.
High Low Close Net Chg. out .19 new. congressional districts -, Jade Hines Simmons and Marilyn Doris rouse to the Wingreen Company, lot 7. $12400.
25 Rails . 133.92 131.75 133.20 up 1.16 as nearly equal in pop! Simmons Zetrouer to lot T. D.69,Zetrouer Gold Club and Manor Dorothy Westslde Estates. $21500. Thomas Sallle Ray proprty Camp In to section John 11(Jack, township ) t

Suit Turned DownTALLAHASSEE 25 Industrials:. 820.28 810.70 816.64 up 3.81 ulation, as practicable.In ,SIXMO. loway Louise, to O.Morris Jackson B.and Storer Albert and Lee Gret-Hob Bruce 10. range A. Edwards 20. UJOO.and Ida Edwardsto
50 Stocks . 477.10 471.22 474.92 up 2.49 a 2-1 decision a three-! Hugh Edwards Inc. to A. Larry Len chen Storer. property In lot. 4, block 2, Jessie James Hampton Jr. and J_
ox and Jan L Lenox lot 61, Carol Es- unit 2. 'Florida Park J2WOO.Hugh ry Lean Hampton the southerly too
judge panel ruled Friday that ate South 12800. C. Edwards to Claude Dawson feet of the easterly 100 feet of the northerly
Ziegler and Janet W. Zeigler property>> 250 feet of land described In deed
(APA) line offered to pay .$356,444 in the lawmakers must' either revamp -I Hugh Edwards Inc. to Harry G. Win in section 8. township 10 range 1'. SI.- book 238 page 335. of the public records
STOCK Janette H Witt, lot Alachua County -
and 3 Carol Es- of
three-year court fight by the 1961 taxes and $263,471.for 1962. FLASHES the plan ,they adopted I tates South, $14.700. I 000.Hugh C. Edwards to W. Joseph WH- M. M. Parrish and Mary B Parri&h
Imgham, lot '1. Hugh Edwards Indus to James L Erwin and Betty A. Erwin
Taxes based the sta e's last the state'must
Florida East Coast Railway con- on as- MARKETNEW year or I Harold A. McDonald and Albertine trial Center $1500 lot (. Melton Manor $.soo.
testing its 1961 and 1962 prop- sessment would come to $877,509for elect its representatives on, an McDonald Highland Court to Mable Manor E., Hendrix$11800., tot f9. I Hugh Edwards Inc. to George S. Mi Palm View Estates Inc. to Edwin M.
:chaels and Constance Michaels, lot *t, Bush Jr., and Louise H. Bush tot 1/.
erty valuations of $50.7 million 1961 and $859,051 for the next YORK (AP) The stock lysts were looking ahead to publication at-large basis next November.The I Herbert S. Burgess and Leona Burgess 'Carol Estates East $1MOO. Palm View Estates. $4,400.
'to Theodore A. Runyan property in lot Hugh Edwards Inc to Ronald S. W. R. Longman and Bessie R. Long
each was thrown out of court by year. market trading week last week of some dramatic increases judges said last year's 16, RJceland Subdivision.$800. Moore and Virginia P. Moore, tot 44. man to M. Walker and Mildred T. Warn
Leon County Circuit Judge Hugh Judge Taylor said his official was about evenly divided between in profits for many plan is unconstitutional because I roy Stephen to Francis S. Conroy C. Haber and and Shirley Judith Con-N. I Carol P. S.Estates Gonzales South and SltVOQ Rosa Lee Gonzales er, lot Springs.3. block$3.000 1.. Foster's addition- tHigh T

M. Taylor. inquiry was limited'to deciding advances and declines. leading companies. Further of wide population deviations. Haber, lot 23, Westmoreland. Estates
whether the actions of the as- ,continued "c good news and bullish statements Population totals range from' IIddIton one S1LOOO.Equitable
hailed by Atty. The list a rrec- Enterprises of GainesvilleInc.
The action was
sessing officials were legally tion" from recent record highs from corporate ,officials 306,000 in the smallest districtto to John T. Bernheim and Betty L Jft /7..f{.. HANS8XOUCH rtn/m-.. frrr'/n' l: p Jw..19/1
Gen. James Kynes as a victory Bernhelm lot two. block A. first addItion -
valid. on the first two days then dis- are expected when the annual 494,000 in the, largest. to Carol Estates. $11500
which cleared the way for coun- A E. Folds and Edna B. Folds to Ed-
"Judges are not selected because starts in The ruling could result in a far dates
played buoyancy in the season a ward H. Clarkson and Shirley& S. Clark- Doitt let the season ee by without contacting M
of Florida
ties along the east coast of their abilities as ap- market month. Brokers believe that shift in the political balance of son lot 45 Skyline Heights. $32400 under cur Unique Auction Methed. InspectM and Interviews
collect than $1 million I ing two sessions. The Albert J. Tuccl and Margaret P. Tuc- without obligation. If ywa wish to buy or sell pheM collect to
to more praisers. Judges may not, there and other financial institutions news of this kind will attract power now prevailing for Re- cI to Virgil Theodore Smith Jr. and Suzanne Orlando GArdm 41571.Successful .
in back taxes. fore, substitute their judgmentfor I were closed for Good Friday. more of the public back to the publicans who hold 11 of the land Court Fair Myers Manor Smith$14,800., lot 33, High-

In addition, cities through that of the taxing officials The Associated Press avermarket.. state's 19 seats in the U.S. Earle P. D.R.Weeks Moore and and Margaret Ruth Barber M.Weeks Moore to

which railroad right-of-way ran 1 .. ." age of 60 stocks was unchanged Volume for the short week House of Representatives. Any property In block six, range two. S. CMoore's t.t I .
were eligible to tax the railroad: The railroad contended in the :for the week at 301.7. was 21,395,264 shares compared realignment of districts on a 500.Homer addition to High Springs $6.- 1I
suit that the appraisals discrim- industrial with for basis would tend to H. Miller and ,Ruby A Mil.
on the court-accepted assessed. I The Dow Jones av- 27,275,000 the previous population tor to John Flanigan Harris and Jane I
valuation by the state railroad inated against it in comparisonto erage produced an advance of five trading days. cut into the strength of the GOP Reynolds Napier Grant Harris, $27.500.property In lot three.
assessment board. the valuations of other major .98 at 815.91. The record closing Steel production was reported: by assigning more congressmen .Hugh Edwards Inc. to Mildred R.
railroads in Florida. high was 820.25 on March 18. at the highest level since late I to the heavily populated Wanmnger S17,<<)O. lot 11, Carol Estates South, Selling
The railroad challenged the Also, the suit charged that Standard & Poor's 500-stock June. Construction contracts I Detroit area. Quality Builders of Gainesville Inc. to

$50.7 million valuation by the the assessments were too high, index rose .27 at 79.19. were well above'the year-earli.1 Gov. George W. Romney expressed -Clifford sen property D. Olesen in section and Winona two, township M. Ole-

state and substituted its own arbitrary and capricious."I Even while the market was er rate. Machine tool orders, disappointment in the 10 Andrus range 19 F., $22400.Alexander and Gertrude TWO DAY AUCTION

figures of $20 million for 1961 am pleased with the deci- falling, strength was shown in though down from the high rate court's ruling but said he will Alexander L to Pinkoson Bessie P.Frost Lively and Margaret .

and $15 million for 1962. sion of the court upholding the airlines, steels and motors. Lat of January, were substantially meet with legislative leaders Pinkoson, property In lot and one Charles section Silver SpringsTUESDAY
the assessment procedures of the er in the week coppers, savingshigher than a year ago. 11, township 10 range 1*, $10,000
Based on its assessments, early next week to determinea Gum Shades Inc. to John W. Spann
state railroad assessment board. and-loan holding companies, U.S. Treasury bond prices,I course of action. Jr. and Court Maureen Manor G.817,800.A Spann. lot IS, Highland & WEDNESDAY
The decision cleared the way chemicals, electrical equipweakening since mid-February,
British Blast for the collection of over $1 ments and assorted issues did neared the end of March still in MARCH 31 & APRIL 1
million in taxes due counties I well. Of 1,503 issues traded this a pronounced downhill slide. Good Adding Machine

Fort along the route of the Florida I week, 692 rose and 631 fell. Bond sales were $43,012,000 Can Pay For Itself During -
Yemeni East Coast Railway' said the' With the first quarter virtually par value compared with $45- INCOME TAX TIME MARCH 31 at 1:30 P.M. All Purpose Building.
attorney general. I finished, Wall Street ana- 206,000 the previous week. We Carry- Ideal as Apartments, Guest Home Residence Offices
In RetaliationLONDON etc. ZONED COMMERCIAL. Located on oppositeside
of street from Howard Johnson Motel in the
Smitffi-Corona business section of downtown Silver Springs on Hine

fighter planes(AP-Eight attacked) and British destroyed Economy Ends Quarter; .. TotoJia Clary a Street.

inside the
a fort just Victor APRIL 1 at 1:30 P.M.-The Large DRAKE Estate of
Yemen frontier early Saturday. Home Combination Building Nursery Choice Home
British officials said it was in Olivetti i Sites. Can buy in portions or as a whole. Also sell
to ing furniture choice hand and power tools. Located
Up-Trend Likely
Yemeni frontier
retaliation provocatons.It stay Select Your Favorite just off Silver Springs Highway on Paradise Rood.

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took the planes 10 minutesto By JACK LEFLERAP bolster the economy-an increase was paced by a 17 per cent rise Can Be Arranged
blast the fort into a ruin Business News Writer in depreciation allow- on contracts for new residential Write other properties.for colorful and descriptive brochures en these and

with rocket and cannon.fire. ances-began to show its effects buildings. HANCOCKTYPEWRITER
NEW YORK (AP-The econ-
in the first quarter. Corpora- Cash prizes and souvenirs given away at auction
A Defense Ministry spokesman omy is winding up the first tions boosted their outlays for President Johnson made his EXCHANGE
said other planes dropped quarter of 1964 on a higher note new plant and equipment. Gen- assessment' the economy in 431 N. MAIN STREET FR 6-5551

leaflets on the fort 15..minutes than it began the year. eral Motors Corp. will spend $2 an address to the national leg
islative conference of the AFL-
before the attack, warning of The, consensus seems to be billion on expansion in 1964 and CIO building and construction (Advertisement) National Realty&Auction Company
what was to come. that it is headed still higher. 1965. trades.In 1300 N MiIlfr-OlANDO, f&OAoM 44571
conducted teen-agers by the research -
of life A study among MIAMI FR.nkliii *05M ** DAYTDNA CM tw 5-T l|
"There was no sign Steel 'production has climbedto Steel production during the the past year, he said, firm of Eugene Gilbert & Co. found that
either before or, during the. attack a nine-month high. week reached the highest level these records have been set: 70 newspapers, more than any other medium of advertising -
," the spokesman said. It Automo bile since last' June with mills turn-: million jobs; national produc- are relied on to: provide current, practicaland
presumed that any occupants ing out 2,362,000 tons of ingots,!
production and tion over $600 billion; more than necessary information; satisfy the teen-agers'
who might have been in sales are boomWeek up 2 per cent from the previous 1.6 million new homes; new interests of the moment, and enlarge their under-

the fort took the advice of the week. : construction over $60 billion. standing the adult world in their future. w
ing.Construction .
leaflets and fled. in
Shipments for the first quarter ..
The fort was at Harib, just contracts conBusiness were estimated at 20 million I "LOCK-MASTER AWNING WINDOWS COMPLETE"
from the British -tinue to soar. tons, an increase of,10 per cent
the border
across protected Federation of The stock over the like period last year. SPARR FARMERS SUPPLY 19W'x26" .$8.19 26i/2"x26" .$9.59 37"x26" .$10.58

Southern Arabia. market has 19Va"x383/a" $10.08 26Yz"x3So/s" $11.97 37"x3So/s" .$13.41
spurted to historic peaks. I The two-millionth passengercar
colonial office' announce! of 1964 rolled off assemblylines 19W'x505/8" $12.24 26i/2"x50 $14.58 37"x50/s" $16.16
A President Johnson said duringthe CASH CARRY PRICES"CHRIST
ment said the British\ government week: "More Americans during the week. Producers APRIL & 19i/s"x63" .$16.07 26i/2"x63" .$IS.86 37"x63" .$20.79

had given approval for are more prosperous than at were talking about the like- 53W'x26" .$13.14 53f/8"x38V8" $17.46 53i/ "x50/ $21.51
the attack. any time in history. lihood of a record eightmillioncar IS THE ANSWER"
year. Last year sales totaled "CROWN" JALOUSIE WINDOWS COMPLETE
The colonial office said several The year started out with pre- 7.7 million.
t, warnings had been addressed dictions that business would be LARGE ORDERS DELIVERY POSSIBLE 19x26 : .$5.70 26' x26 .$6.70 30'/2x26 . .$7.90

to the Yemeni Republican -good at least during the first six Production during the week LEHIGH CEMENT $1.25 LEHIGH MORTAR $1.10 19x38% . .$7.45 261/2x383/8 .$8.80 301/2x38 .$10.30
on the subject, of months. Now the indications arethat was estimated at 166,900 cars, MASONRY SAND 12 mi. Sparr . 6-yd. LOADS $3.60 yd.
regime \ 19x505/8 . .$9.05 261/2x50
n frontier incursions against the the climb has farther to go. up from 164,807 the previous PLASTERING SAND, 12 mi. Sparr 6-yd. LOADS $4.05 yd. .$10,80 30Yzx50o$12.30

Federation. A big factor has been anticipation -week and 159,504 a year ago. 37x26 . $8.35 37x38!/ $11.10 37x50% $13.80
f' and realization of the Income Sales for the March 1-20 pe- 53'/8x26 .$14.20 531/8x38% .$18.75 53Vsx50 .$23.20
" tax cut enacted by Con- riod totaled 414,529 cars, a sub- '/ ", 33c; %", 59cz", 90e; 5,4", $1.35; 3/4f', $2.35
F The 40 cottage owners and gress. stantial gain over the 387,426 for STEEL MESH REIN. 6x6 No. 10 Ga., 750 Sq. Ft. $15.75 JALOUSIE DOORS. CLEAR FIR RIMS all sizes . . $24.75
I some 3,000 persons who hold One of its first concrete ben- the like period a year earlier. EXPANSION JOINT LF. CELOTEX 8c; HOMASOTE 7c. DRS. MAH. 24" $4.35; 28" & 30" $4.95; 32" $5.39; 36" $5.94
. title of a 15-mile section of As- efits was its help in boosting POLYETHYLENE .006 Mil Per. Th. Sq. .. $13.50 MAHOGANY DRS. EXT. 30" $6.50; 32" $6.55; 36" $7.10
:' sateague Island, Md., are opposing Easter sales to-a record, up an 1 Construction contracts in Feb- I SCREEN DOORS 2-pan. AL, 30" & 32" $7.65; 36" $7.98

. federal acquisition of estimated 5 per cent over last ruary totaled $3,201,304,000, up "No. 2 SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE FRAMING"2x4 ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE ROLL LOTS . $5.95 Hd. Sq. Ft.
the island for a national sea- year. 10 per cent from $2,917,263,000 LOCKS KEY $3.95; PRIVACY $2.10; PASSAGE $1.75
shore. Another government move to in February 1963. The increase 2x6, 2x8, D4S, 6' 16' Per Th.-----------------$108.00 BRASS BUTTS & PRIME COAT 3Vi"x 31/2" PR. 38c; 4"x4" 60c'
1x4, 1x5, 1x6, 1x8, D4S R.L Per' $99.00No. GALV. PIPE Hd. '/ $11.40; 3/4" $15.00; 1" $22.20; P/4" $29.40
2 Pine Fig. Th. $108; No. D $148.50; No. C $171.00No. 11/2" $34.20; 2" $46.50; 3" $102.00; 4" $162.00

2 Pine VJ. & Sdg. K.D. 1x6 and 1x8 Per Th $121.50 BLACK 3" $90.00; 4" $135.00
' AIR CONDITION NOW! i PLASTIC PIPE Hd. '/ $2.45; W $4.05; 1" $6.55,

WOLMANIZED No. 2 PINE LUMBER1x2 1 /." $9.95; 11/2" 11.95; 2" $19.95. t

i 1x3, 1x4, 1x5, 1x6 D4S, R.L. Per Th.$135.002x4 SOIL PIPE C.I., S.H. 2" $48.62; 3" $62.92; 4" $75.79

Gainesville Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer 2x6, 2x8, 1x3, D4S, 8'-16' Per T .. $135.00 SOIL PIPE C.I., D.H. 2" $51.84; 3" $68.64; 4" 82.94
SHINGLES BONDED 25 YRS.; 20 YRS.; 15 YRS.; INQUIRE FIBRE 2" $22.80; 3" $29.60; 4" 36.00; 4" PREF ..$27.20
k 15 to 30 1&. FELT $1.98; 2.10 1&. SHINGLES Sq. $5.95 BATH TUBS 5' CAST IRON $55.00; STEEL TUBS 5' $47.50

I 235-lb. SHINGLES, Sq. $6.75 290-lb. SHINGLES Sq. $10.95 LAVATORIES 19"x17" CAST IRON $13.10; CHINA $8.95
Pre-Season Sale 45-lb. $1.98; 55lb.$2.25; 65-lb. $2,48; 90lb. $3.15 CLOSETS C.C. $21.95; SEATS $2.85; SUPPLY W.S. $1.25
: MOPPING ASPHALT $2.54 Hd.; 32 Ox. MOPS $1.59 ea. SINK 32"x21" STEEL $11.50; SINK STAINLESS STEEL $26.00

k. ROOFING GALV., sq. $11.25; RIDGE LF. 13c; ALUM. $15.95 HOT WATER HEATER ELEC. 30 GAL. ROUND S.E.. .$49.95
NAILS, Common Bright 6 through 60 Per .$9.50 HOT WATER HEATER ELEC. 30 GAL TABLE TOP S.E.$69.95
f- and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Deafer in Gainesville. \ V4"x4'x8 BIRCH 7 Ply 45e; IDAHO KNOTTY PINE 49'/2c; I PAINT PER. GAL INT. or EXT. VINYL $3.44; O.S. WHITE $3.89;

3/4f'x4'x8' PONDEROSA 7' Plv 39c; FLAKE BOARD 22'/ c ENAMEL $3.89; VARNISH $3.11; LATEX $3.22; SEALER $3.33
f We Also Sell Quantities of Admiral Air Conditionersa -
1x12 No. 3 SPRUCE SHELVING R.L Per $135.00 ; ;
: first class unit with good prices. I PLYWOOD SHEATHING D.F.P.A. GRADE 4x8 SHEETS I OIL $3.15; CREOSOTE WHITE $3.50; TURPENTINE $1.19 GAL.

COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. \! Per Th.C .D. h" $90.00;" %" $1 12.50;, %" $135.00 CHEMBOUND MASONRY PAINT" WATERPROOFING $13.50 Hd.
PLYFORM EXT. 5/"x4'x8' B.B. 22c; %"x4'x8' B.B. 25e I PORCH COLUMNS "ORNAM. CORNERS $9.95; FLATS $5.95
We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. !! I FIELD FENCE ROLL 32" $16.25; 39" $18.50; 47" $20.75

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.' All units ore Flush NEMA Cools Moisture Delivered %"x4'xS' .13 .19 .14 ..21Yz"x4'xS' 2"x6Y2' 39c ZV2"x6V2' 49c 3"x6V2' S9c 3V2"x6Vz' 6ge, :
Mounted. BTU 54. Removal PriceRatify 2"x7' 43e ZVz"x7' 55e 3"x7' 6ge 4"x7' $1.1s.::
... hr.
: Amps Volts Ft. ph. .f Unit .17 .23 .l8 .25
!. Thermostat 5"x7' $1.65 3"xS' 9Cc 4"xS' $1.30 5"xS' $2.05 ;
Controlled 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109..8S Sh"x448' .20 .26 .21 .2S
5,000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97 6"xS' $2.70 7"xS' $3.50 3"xI0' $1.25 4"xI0' $1.805"x10' ,
1:2-3 Speed Fan' 6,200 '7'1 115 375 1.8 152.50 : / "x4'xS' .23 .29 .24 .32
Slide-out chassis S"xIO' $3.40 7"xI0' $5.25 4"xl2. $2.55'5"x12'
I Ir $2.65
10,000 12 230 610 2.75 181.97
: All Certified NEMA 14,000 12 230 S75 4.6 199.97 HOMASOTE EXT. BOARD '"x4'xS'; 10'; 12'; Th. $112.50 $3.70 4"x14' $3.35 5"xI4' $4.45 "xI6' $3.65 J J5"x16'

; CN- bled. 15,000 11.6 2130 920 4 215.00 : HOMASOTE FOR UNDER EAVE VENTS . Sq.. Ft. 16'/2c
.' Price' Lclude: 16,500 13.6 230 1,000 4.5 225.00 MASONITE, Sq. Ft. INTERIOR . . V "x4'x8' .06; '/ .09 $5.30 4"x1S' $4.60 5"x1S' $6.45 4"x20' $5.40

t Deliery. I-Y.ar 17,500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00' MASONITE Sq. Ft. EXTERIOR .'. Vt"x4'x8' 9e; '/4" 15e 5"x20' $7.15 4"xU' $6.30 S"x2Z' $7.75 4" 25' $7.155"x25"

3 Service :. Pa m blabora.d5Years 19,000 13.6 230 1:160: 5.3 263.97 I MASON MASONITE In UNDERLAYMENT .215"x4'x4'PREFINISHED Sq. Ft. '. . 09 $8.S0 4"x30' $10.95 5"x30' $13.50 6"x30' $19.00 :
20,000 14.3 230 6.4 266.75
Warranty Refrigeration on Sealed Systems.GAINESVILLE'S 25,000 16 230 1,500 1,190 8 304.50 WALNUT PATTERNS Per Sq. Ft. 20c; CHERRY PATTERNS 22c 4"x35' $13.50 5"x35' $19.95 6"x35' $22.50 30 Year Post :

1\ SHEETROCK %"x4'x8', 10'. 12', per Th. Sq., Ft. $54.00 WATER PUMPS, SHALLOW WELL SINGLE STAGE Vi H.P. $69.5oI

f.- SHEETROCK 'h"x4'x8'.10'. 12', per Th. Sq. Ft. $63.00 1/2 H.P. $75.50 3/4 H.P. $88.75; 1 H.P. $98.75. X

t : ROLL FIBERGLASS INSULATION % H.P. $112.50; 1 H.P. $135.50; 1 V2 H.P. $140.50. *

Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50 : 1V4" ALUMINUM FOIL'ONE SIDE . . . .$40.50 M 42 GAL TANK $22.72; 82 GAL $38.83; 120 GAL $51.67. Z:.:.
1V. ALUMINUM FOIL ONE SIDE .:. .-. : $54.00 .M >


Wo Sell Md Install
, :J Centred'B Bohannon Jr :I PANAMA. : $162.00 M; MINUET . ,$18900M SPARR FARMERS SUPPLY
,,j Air i! :
.. ..Conditioning.... ... BOLERO WHITE RANDOM WHITE . .0; . $180.00 M
nd hKtodtarolTtvct
ww.rti. Agent, Standard Oil Co. HONEYCOMB, MONTEREY, GOLDEN BOLERO . $207.00 M SPARR, FLORIDA PHONE 622-7063 or 622-8225 2

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,:!_2. -elnetvfflt SUB Sunday, March 29, 1964

the following chairmen: gar- properties; Mrs. James H.
den therapy, Mrs. Albert Miller Smith, treasurer; Mrs. Carl Yale Club To Organize ;)
iil Club Flower Show .
Garden Schedules ; junior gardeners, Mrs. ,Andrews and Mrs. Cecil N. ..
R. W. Schrum; high school Smith, publicity, and Mrs.. Yale University Alumni eastern District will be hon- t

,:I r posters, Mrs. John Dampier; gardeners, Mrs. Cesar ,Rivera George Dunlop, dismantling. Club will bold an organiza- or guests.'

As. tickets, Mrs. F. S. Bryant: ; corsages, Mrs. Andrew Horticultural division. en- tional meeting for all Yale The "Splzzwinks," under-
and programs, Mrs. Walter Raczynski; conserv a t i o n, tries, including cut garden alumni and friends Tuesday
{ Btisler,' ,Mrs. Bryant'and Mrs. R. J. Schiffli, and books, flowers and container grown, at 6 p.m. at the GainesvilleGolf graduate Yale singing'group,
, Mrs. John Kreager. Mrs. John Whitford. plants, are. open to the pub- and Country Club. will entertain.

Entries Due Saturday' Other chairmen are Mrs. L. lic. Dan Hogsen of Atlanta, Club officers are Dr. Ernest
/ a" T. Nieland, adviser; Mrs: Admission fee will be fifty national, chairman for Yale B. Wright, chairman; Dr.
n 1 1' r X Entries will be accepted un- Mitchell Baumstein, awards; cents for adult tickets and Alumni Clubs and Robert Robert Mautz vice chairman -
i til 10 a.m. on Saturday, the Mrs. Roy Green, photography twenty-five cents for student Paul Jr. of Jacksonville, reg- and Dr. Jap Taylor,.se-
6 first day of the show. ; Mrs. Felix, Muehlner, tickets. ional chairman of the South- cretary-treasurer.

:r .u(' e11f dr a. 4 .dy ,,,.5 ti, .1 o Chairmen are: Horticultural -'I.. a

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entries, Mrs. I. X.
: A .ate.., Cheves; potted plant en- A : .
j tries, Mrs. F.'N. Rhines; and
artistic entries Mrs. Harold

= N1 t ... Mrs. Fred Borland will head rZ C r v
horticulture classification i ;
J Mrs. G. G. Kirkpatrick and
Mrs. Earl Powers, the pot
1 IN IN y D : ted plant classification; and .
Mrs. James H. Smith, the artistic ,

<'II, Horticulture classification.placing will be tFtr'EVPx,1a1T4 I CS
bw Il1 directed by Miss Kathryn ,

l Farra William; artistic Pierson.placing, Mrs. .

o Planning for the Gainesville Garden' Club Spring Show are pictured left to Mrs. J. D. Gammage iwill (
r. right, Mrs. Marvin Brooker Jr., Mrs. C. H. Jones and Mrs. Charley Woods, gen- be in charge of clerks. Judges -
': eral chairman. The Ennual Spring show will be held Saturday and Sunday at chairman is Mrs. W. M.
Gainesville High School. Harling, Jr., with Mrs. Hugh
Simmons as co chairman.
By CECELE SMITH Various educational exhib- are Mrs. J. Fred Guy and Special Exhibits YARDS 'N YARDS OF e
"Moods in Line and Color" its will be featured and school- Mrs. Ralph Dulaney.
r is the theme for the ,Gaines- age gardeners may competein Other chairmen include:. Special exhibits will have 14 .
ville Garden Club Spring a separate division of the SPRING FABRICS L N

Flower Show, which will be show.
held at Gainesville High Mrs. G. G. Kirkpatrick is Orton-Decker t (frJair
> School Saturday and Sunday. schedule chairman for horticulture
-t Directing arrangements for and Mrs. John Flow-
..' the two-day affair are general ers is chairman for the artistic 77tD. .
= chairman Mrs. Charley division.In Nuptial Plans Set

Woods, and Mrs. Joseph T. the latter division, the ,.
.. Hudson Jr., club president various moods of the flower
.Plans are announced today the Park Lane cafeteria fl
This annual events enables arranger range from class ,with '
.. the citizens of the Gainesville titles of "Inspiration" to "Ser for the wedding of Miss Sarah the rehearsal dinner for Miss ;
.... area to display horticultural enity". Dolores Orton, daughter of Orton and ,their son. .,> / i
specimens of both cut and potted The staging is headed by Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Town- Bride To Be Feted 881 ;
send Orton, to David
varieties of plants, artistic Mrs. C. H. Jones with Mrs. Decker Miss art on, was honored :
son of Dr. and Mrs.
flower arrangements for M. A. Brooker, Jr., as co- last week with two prenuptial c
home beautification and cor chairman. In charge of junior -' Phares Decker. parties. 0 'd
sages. and senior high staging The wedding will be solem Mrs. David S. Anthony en- 0 0 ,
.. r nized on Saturday at'10 am., tertained with a buffet supper 0 ,r.v r I
at St. Patrick's Church. and shower at her home Mon-
Attendants for the bride will day evening 994 ,
: LA POSADA ART WORKSHOP be her sisters, .Mrs. Richard Miss Orton. rid
C. Borie, matron of honor, Guests included membersof ,
01 beginning May 3 through June 27 and Miss Alice Orton, brides- the staff of the Campus J
maid and Miss Pharlee Decker Federal Credit Union, where 2-dj: i
,:: La Posada Inn, Vero Beach, Florida sister of. the bridegroom, the bride-to-be is employed, !
bridesmaid.Dr. _
and Mrs. Timothy Orton, l: '
Phares Decker will mother of,the honoree;' Mrs. 00 45" Wide :r i
Enjoy a sun-filled beach holiday and study with serve his son as best man. Phares Decker, mother of the YD. ,. ._ t
well-known artists in this extensive workshop heldIn Ushers will be Randy Orton, bridegroom-elect; Miss Phar- 65% DACRON ,
the following media: watercolor, oils, casein and Richard C. Borie and Glenn lee Decker, Miss Alice Orton ,
plastic. Work in still life landscape, figure 'and Decker.A and Mrs. Sandra Boric 35% COTTON
J' portrait. $110 by the week includes room break- reception will follow the, Corsages carnations. and A wide, wonderful collectionof
;. fast, instruction. $85 to share a room. Pool, beach ceremony at the home of thebride's iris were presented to the two '
air-conditioned rooms and suites. For full information parents.All mothers and the honoree, who fine yardage for sewing those \\ .

,. and schedule write: M. Chamberlain, 3016 friends and' relatives of also was given a silver serv outfitsl Choose from I'
:' Brownwood Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn. the couple are invited to at- ing platter by the hostess. spring SEERSUCKER

tend. Kitchen Shower Given prints and solids in a great
Dr. and Mrs. Decker will

,.- I entertain Friday at' 6 pjn. at Miss Another Orton pre was- nuptial a shower feting variety of fabrics: dacron poly

..- which took place Wednesday esters cottons and cotton blends,
night with Miss Diane Hines "
and Mrs.' E. J. Whitley Jr. Values to ;
.) as hostesses at the latter's taffetas,'sheers, rayons, arnel $1.98 99

tY home.A and YD.
jerseys novelty cottons,
color note of pink and
white was used and azaleasin plus many other blends and tex
those shades were featuredin
'" the floral decorations. tures. Buy now for best selection.SHOP .
Gifts from the hostesses included
'. and iron and hoUse-
.. a. keeper figure fashioned froma

Guests i n c 1 u ded the hon-
showing : oree, her mother, and her
r : sister,*Mrs. Borie, the bride- G/IBEKG WAY ,

A\ ':-., groom's mother, Mrs. Ed CHARGER'e House Of 1000 Fabrics"
of Davis, Miss Carol Webber,
Miss Becky Schweyer, Miss
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.: Geiger'sv RounrreeLibbye's : New Concertina has a .

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Cherry's Blanche's I mesh in the bode that PARTY '

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Sunday, March 29, 1964 GelnesvIIIft Sun 38ENGAGEMENTS

I .._r'Rowe-Owens Nuptials Redd Brides'Book

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Miss -Karen Marna Owensbecame :

the bride of Robert ..
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Roger Rowe Friday eveningat .. :'.; 1
'7 o'clock in the First Presbyterian .. ."
I TUESDAY, March 31
I Church. Dr. U. S. M''iUIU'as
Kitchen shower honoringMiss
Gordon, pastor, officiated for .
.. Anne Purvis, bride-
the double ring ceremony ... .... elect of 'Billie Nugent Nim-,
I performed.The w
nicht Jr. of J Jacksonville 8
bride is the daughter .ra
,. a- pm., Mrs. E., R. Hendrick- 3 wa'
s of '
Dr. and Mrs. Karl Rhy-
son and her daughter Miss a
\ don Owens and the bridegroom 5
Lynda Hendrickson, 2044 NW
I is the son of Mr. and t."
< 7th Place.. tt.. j:" 4
Mrs. E. R. Rowe Jr. F ;
; FRIDAY, April,S .. ,J
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The altar was adorned with .
Tea honoring Miss' Susan ts
magnolia and t a
;; Clara Mothers of Orlando
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An arched candelabrum
f"'Ia .4.Yl.. _bride-elect of William Slem-
with white candles held an arrangement k
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1 mons m of Orlando, 4 to 6 t'1.
of white ,
I stock and : p.m., Mrs. C. Addison Pound, ; : .'... .. J." r
,\ ;, 'Mrs. C. Addison Pound Jr., .\aF. ..aMiss .
The white satin-covered LH' ..
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. the candelabrum with a t41" : ; t
home 1647 NW 19th Circle. ,
arrangement of palms ; ww
. Rehearsal dinner honoring
, Easter lilies at either __Miss Sarah Orton and David Gretchen Mary Smith Miss Susan Diana Davis Miss Carolyn Rose Ridgell Miss Christina Mangum Carlisle j
. Palms and Easter
George Decker, 6 Dr.
were centered each

Wedding music was I' f' Park and Mrs.Lane Cafeteria.Phares Decker, SmithRichHAVRE Carlisle-Wylie U

ed by Willie Bodine J" ,\
. ist and Miss Dale SATURDAY, April 4 DE GRACE Md.- teaching school In Aberdeen,
soloist. ,III Tea honoring Miss Virginia Mr. and Mrs.Burton Dunham Md.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mc- Von Poellnitz of Augusta. His

Lighting the candles f Kay Davis, bride-to-be of Smith of Havre de Grace,Md., Rich, a graduate of Donald Carlisle announce the paternal grandparents were

Karl R. Owens Jr., John Mathew Fedison, Mrs.J announce the engagement of Southwestern at Memphiswith engagement of their daughter the late Dr. and Mrs. Am-
Reitz and Mrs. Hay their daughter. Miss Gretchen BA in basic Miss Christina
of the bride, and Wayne a degree engineering Mangum brose Miller Wylie of Chester,
Barkley .Jr. Philpott, 4 to 5:30 pjn., at Mary Smith, .to Charles will be graduatedfrom Carlisle, to Hardy Wylie, son S. C..
Given in the former's home, 2121 West Alfred Rich, son of Mr. and the University of Flori- of Dr. and Mrs. Moffatt Hard-
marriage by
Avenue. Mrs. Charles Elmore Rich da in with bachelor's He received his educationat
father, the bride wore a University ,April a eman Wylie of Augusta, Ga.
of silk Tea feting Miss Courtney of Gainesville, formerly of degree in civil engineering.He Miss Carlisle is the granddaughter the Darlington School in
touched Alencon organza West, bride-elect of Nath Cul- Hemstead, N.Y. is a member of Alpha Tau of Mr. and Mrs. William Rome, Ga., and at Davidson

pearl pliques. The bell-shaped pepper Doughtie, 3:30 to 5:30 Miss Smith was graduated Omega social fraternity and Walter Bilger Jr. of :Mi- College. He is a member of

ended in a removable p.m., Mrs. John L. R. Grand, from Southwestern at Mem- Sigma Tau and Tau Beta Pi, ami and Mrs. E. L. Carlisleof Kappa Alpha fraternity, the

el train. Her finger tip Mrs. Percy Beard, and Mrs. phis with a BA degree in honorary engineering frater Auburndale and the late Augusta Country Club, Elks, t
of imported illusion was suit with matching Lewis F. Blalock, at the 'Christian Education. She is a nities. Mr. Carlisle. She was gradu- Junior Chamber of Commerce -

tached to a cluster of for a wedding Grand home, 1908 NW Tenth member of Kappa ,Delta so August 15 has been set as ated from P. K. Yonge Laboratory and the Bachelors

' organza roses and s South Florida. Upon Avenue. rority. The bride-to-be is nowDavisWass the date for the nuptials School and is presently Club of Augusta. Mr. Wylie is

the newlyweds Tea honoring Miss Sharon attending Brenau Collegein associated in business with
pearls. She carried a
quet of white roses and at 807 NW .13th Fagan, bride-elect of John de CzegeSTATEN Gainesville Ga. Southeastern Builders of Au-

hanotis. Douglas Rogers, 2 to 4 p.m., Mr. Wylie is the grandsonof gusta.
Mrs. T. W. Gause 1022 NW The wedding will be solemn-
the late Ernest Laroque
Attendants Wear of town guests attend ISLAND, N. Y.-" a member of Delta Gamma
c 16th Avenue. ized June 27 in the First Me
Von Poellnitz of Charleston
Mrs. Karl R. Owens wedding were Mrs. J. Colonel Walter W. Davis and Sorority.
sister-in-law of the over'x grandmother of -the Mrs. Davis announce the en- Miss Davis's father is Dep- S. C., and Mrs. Vine Davis thodist Church.RidgellDaniel.

was matron of honor, Dr., and 'Mrs. R. R. uty Chief of Staff .for ROTC
of their
Miss LaRoyce McCollum Mr. and Mrs. WeddingRites gagement daughter, affairs, n U. S. Army corpsat II

Kingsland, Ga., was Gross, Mr. and. Mrs. Miss Susan Diana Davis, to Fort Wadsworth, Staten Is-
of honor. Bridesmaids ; Gross; all of Kings- Cadet Huba Wass de Czege, land.
Miss Lynn Mauldin and .; Mr. and Mrs. L. Held 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cadet Wass de Czege will Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Rid- and attended St. Petersburg

Carolyn Johnson of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wass de Czege of Gaines graduate from the United gell announce the engagementand Junior College.Mr. .
Miss Jane Ann of Yulee; Mrs. Lu- ville. States Military Academy in approaching marriage of Daniel was graduatedfrom

and Miss Sandra Mr. and Mrs. W. June. He attended school in their daughter, Miss Carolyn Ocala High School and

The attendants wore of Fernand i n a At HomeSolemnized The bride elect attendedthe Umatilla and was graduatedfrom Rose Ridgell, to Ch a r I ton is presently a student at the

silk organza sheath ; Mrs. J. C. Feather- University of Colorado, Gainesville High Bradford Daniel Jr., son of University of Florida.

with bell overskirts and and Mrs. S. D. Co- Boulder, Colo.,-and will grad- School He also attended the Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Daniel. The wedding will be solemnized

pieces of matching .- and Mrs. Roland ''in' the presenceof uate from Beaver College, University of Florida.A Miss Ridgell was graduatedfrom June 6 in the St. Augustine -
roses and illusion. They of Jacksonville; Mr. the two families the wed- Glenside, Pa., in June. She is June wedding is planned. Gainesville High School Catholic ChapeLTuttleWeaver I

ried bouquets of pink G. M. Owens of ding of Mrs. Chris William ,

heart roses and c ; Dr. and Mrs. V. L. Anderson, widow of the late Trovers e-Turner

William Rowe, of Williston; Mr. and Dr. Anderson, and John Clark I II

the bridegroom, served Midden, sister and Soderstrum took place Thurs- ST. JOSEPH,MICH.-Rev.A. music sorority. Miss Traverseis

best man. Ushers were of the bride- day evening, at the home of F. Traverse and Mrs. Traverse an assistant professor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Tut- was graduated from the University -

R. Owens Jr., William Hampton Va.; Mr.'and the bride. St. Joseph, Mich., an- music at the University cf tle announce the engagementof of Miami. He served

Barkley Jr., Dell Rowe,Mr. and 'Rev. Robert W. Jones Unitarian nounce the engagement of Florida.Dr. their daughter, Miss Clara with the 8th Armored Division ( .

James Cornelius, and Rowe both of Universalist minister their daughter, Miss S a r ah Frances Tuttle, to William of the U. S. Army and has
Thrasher. ; Mr. and Mrs.Ed. officiated for the candlelight Turner was graduatedfrom i
Ellamae Traverse of Gaines- Bancroft Weaver of Coral worked for Pan American
Following the and Mr. and Mrs. ceremony and Mrs. Alan Con- Wheaton College, received -
ville, to Dr. Charles Joseph Gables,'son of the late Mr. and AIrways.Both .
reception was given by Cooper, Dublin, Ga.; ger, violinist, provided the his masters' degree in education Mrs. William B. Weaver.
Turner of Ocala, son of Mrs. Miss Tuttle and Mr. i
bride's parents in Mrs. Charles Sea nuptial music. __ at Harvard, and his
S. Turner of JacksonVille The bride elect grad- Weaver are now graduate students
Henry was f
Columbia S.C. Mr.
Hall of the church.Introducing ; Spring flowers were used in doctorate at Columbia Univer-
and the late Mr. Turner. uated from Gainesville High in the Library School of i
guests to Leslie Brown of decoration of the altar, improvised sity Teacher's College, New
FSU and
School and Florida State Uni- will be graduated in
receiving line were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Er- before the living room The bride elect received a York City. His fraternity is
versity where she was a August.
Martin Mrs. R. W. of Ocala, Mr. and fireplace. Bachelor of Music from the Kappa Delta PL He is read- ,
Delta Gamma
Mrs.. L. H. Thompson Julius Leibowitz of Escorted by her son, John University of Michigan, Ann ing clinician counselorat member of The wedding will be an

Mrs. W. M. Harling Jr. and Miss Bar- Anderson the bride wore a Arbor, Mich., and MA degree Central Florida Junior Col- sororoity. event of April 18 at the Holy
Miss Tuttle taught in Yates Trinity Episcopal Church.
The bride's table was of Atlanta. pale blue brocade afternoon from Columbia University lege, Ocala.
dress and orchid Elementary School, Lexington -
corsage. Teacher's College,.New Y o rk Wedding plans have been
worked in the New Art ExhibitThe
Her two daughters, Miss Ky.;
City. She is a member of Chi made for April 27 at St. Paul's
I York office of Delta Air Lines
Parties Honor Bride-t -be Mary, wearing a yellow after- ;
noon dress, and Miss Aimee, Omega Sorority and Sigma Episcopal Church in St. Joseph worked in England for two University of Florida

wearing a light emerald aft- Alpha Iota I Music honorary Mich. years teaching children of Air Department of Art announcesan

Entertaining with a lunch- Lynda Hendrickson, Miss Robin wagon dinner was given re-, ernoon dress, were attend Force personnel, and was recently exhibition of sculpture,

eon Saturday at the Gaines Graham, Miss Judy Brill cently ,by Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ants. Both had carnation cor HoltCulliganUMATILLA employed by the Uni- paintings and: drawings by
ville Golf and Country Club, Miss Nancy Dee Williams, ford C. Beasley and their sages. versity of Florida Library Ron F. Brady, to be shown in

Mrs. ,R. C. Sanders Jr. and Miss Marcia Mase, Miss Carol sons, Ben and Mike. Dr. Glenn Hoffman was Mr. and her studies in music educa- The bridegroom elect, a Gallery X. The exhibit is open

her daughters, Miss Sherry Wood of Richmond, Va., Miss The informal event took best man for Mr. Soderstrum. Mrs. Alfred F. Holt of Umatil tion. Miss Holt is a memberof graduate of GuHcoast Military from 8:30 a.m. to noon, and

and Miss Pam, honored Miss Debbie Rosen, Orangesburg, place in patio of the Beasley Out of town guests for the la, announce the engagementof the University Choir. Academy, attended George from 1 to 5 p.m. through Fri-

Anne Purvis, fiancee of Billy S. C., and Mrs.. Marcus Mi- home, which was transformedinto ceremony included Mrs. Virgil their daughter Miss Carol Mr. Culligan a graduate of Washington University and day.
Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jack- lam in. Jorgensen, Sonoma, Ann Holt to John M. Culli- Miami I
... a Western scene with High School, is presently
sonville.A Pre Nuptial Tea Given large ,figures of cowboy tele- Calif., aunt of the late Dr. gan Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. employed by the Univer-

b 1 u e and yellow color Another bridal courtesy vision fame, an Indian, and Anderson, and Mrs. Vladimir John M. Culligan, of Fort My- sity of Florida. He is presi-

note was emphasized in the complimenting Miss Purr i s bull placed about the yard.A Taholkovsky of Sacramento, ers and formerly of Miami. dent of the University Choir

luncheon appointments with was the tea given recently by backdrop, painted to rep- Calif., sister of the bride. The bride elect, a gradu- and plans to resume studiesin SAVE25 %
spring flowers in the two colors Mrs. William Wade Hampton resent a c h u c k wagon, was Mrs. Sod e rstrum is the ate from Umatilla High music education and Business
centering the table. Mini- HI and her daughter, Miss used behind the serving ta- daughter of Mrs. Adolph de School and Central Florida Administration at the U. 1

ature bride figurines and tiny Dorothy, who entertained at ble and old fashioned torches Fremery of Berkeley,. Calif., Junior College Ocala, is em- ofF. .
Danish mint cups completedthe their home. were used as lights.A and the late Mr. de Fremery.Mr. ployed by the University of An early fall wedding in

luncheon appointments.A Corsages of carnations were Soderstrum, son of Mrs. Florida. She plans to resume Gainesville is planned. } -
gift of silver and a corsage presented the honoree and special feature of eveningwas John Peter Soders t rum 1 j.;

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her mother, Mrs. Roy mother, Mrs., Purvis.An to the honored couple and- from Stanford Univer- ELEGANT TWO. PIECE.'Set "terr

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Planned By GWCFinal be in charge of prizes.

} ; Slated Since this is an evening
.., ". affair, husbands will be special
benefit and Friday at 8 p.m. at the clubhouse guests. '
,.. J : ""I sta.
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;;District Five winner of the the state finals during the '. :" Women's' Club for thesson .of the following committee
will be an event of
Florida Clubwomen < nue.Mrs. members for tickets:
Sewing Florida Federation of Wom- ifs I.... .. J. Martine Pearce
Contest will take place Tues- en's Clubs annual conventionin I : ,.. Mrs. Stanley S. Ballard
will forth
",;day at 10 a.m. at the Gaines- Jacksonville next month. .' ,r.' ,. f serve as chairman Mrs. Ellis Jones, Mrs. Paul

:VIDe Woman's Club. Costumes, which have been i :' t i benefit, which will fea- Tarrant, Mrs. Pearce or Mrs.
"* .. .. '.- League ture the theme, "A Springtime
: The winner of this contest made by club members in this .i!. ';'ft'.7; r=. > -- --' Gambol. Pierson.
district, will be scored on be- .; .;.: ?'....' _. Donations for the benefitare
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: Calling All Homemaker comingness, appropriatenessDistrict ,. Mrs. Frank E. Maloney $1 per person.

by Bob Oaklty Five winner of the Elects
HOW DO YOU STARTFURNISHING for club occasions,, over-all ." '
.".. fashion effect and workman- .

will be modeled : i'.. ..: '" ,. FAY
YOUR HOME? ship. They '' LESLIE
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1 { during a brief style how with ,. -.. ii. '' OfficersMrs.
Mrs. Mitchell Baumstein as : .,', ,
: I have asked '
for the Typical American Size
II"f this question of i narrator.Vincent. \ t )
: : three prominent '"
decorators and S. Luca, manager \ ''"'"' # :, William P. Hadleywas

: ; recevied: theseanswers of Gilberg's, will present a .." ., '"-. ./; :' named president of the
said he program on the innovations in : Junior Welfare dur- f
: : 'One ,_ A ,,, League
fabrics and <
; always I starts
I the
ing recent business
I iJ' with; the floor est materials of this season. ses
covering. After Arrangements are under sion.
this has been
the direction of Mrs. John M.
decided Others elected
Bob Oakley upon to office
he works out his color scheme White Jr., director of District
selection of furniture, drapes Five. She is to be assistedby were Mrs. Fred C. Sivia Jr.,
and accessories from there first vice-president; Miss Ka-
the Fine Arts Departmentof
keeping in mind the type color Included in the many city beautification projects of the Gainesville Gar
and texture of the floor cov the Gainesville J u n iorWoman's therine Dantzler, second vice-
den Club is the planting program for upland Training Center. The club is

,ering.A. famous lady decoratorsaid All Junior Club.Woman's Club striving to make Sunland more beautiful for the enjoyment of out of town president; Mrs. Billy Brash-

she starts with the sofa or and Senior Woman's Club visitors, residents, and employees. Pictured planting a Chinese tally tree this ear, recording secretary;
sectional sofa since that is the past week are left to right, J. H. Mope, grounds supervisor; Mrs. Joseph T. Mrs. Benford L. Samuels, corresponding
main item in the living ,room members and their guests are Hudson Jr. Garden Club Mr Albert Miller secretary Mrs..W.
is the most president; s. garden therapy chair ;
I and the living room invited to attend. w
Important room in the house., I man for the club, and R. C. Philips, sup erintendent of Sunland. Henry Barber Jr., treasurer -
The third replied that she and Mrs. William T. Zea-
always begins by decorating the nab, assistant treasurer.
walls with wall paper or paintor
a combination of both. ,Plans were discussed for r
Hither And
member* The important regardless thing of how to you re- il Yon members to attend the annual -

get started, is visualize. the convention of the State

must entire have picture an,outline just as of an his author entire By RUTH WEIMER members who voted on the appearance Miss Mini's ,fiance, Dean Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hender Council of Junior Service and

story before he can start of their sister members Tappas, also wasa- house son Jr. of Morristown, NJ., Welfare Leagues April 8 and
With Easter Parade 9 in Orlando.
.writing the book. as they'arrived at the the'Mimses. announce the birth of a daughter -
of .
furniture and guest
decorating course will your express your gay with bright ensembles; club house, as "Best Dressedfor Tracey Leigh Henderson,

own personality and way of life word from Washington that the Easter parade." The couple plan a June wed- on March 25 at Morristown Hardee-Beaty
'Which is as it should be. If' one of Gainesville's former Mrs. Mathews was quotedas ding in.Baltimore. Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .
you want ideas visit our store resident's has fashion e. e Henderson is the for-
where you will find the latest won saying, "I don't know a Wedding Set
ideas in decoration and. good honors is no surprise.Mrs. thing about clothes, but I do Mrs. Thornburg Cowles of mer Miss Dorothy Schoon- ,
decorators to help you. love clothes and col- New York City will leave tomorrow maker, daughter Col. and
For the latest in Spring furniture D. R. "Billy" Mat- bright after a visit with her Mrs. L. E. Schoonmaker. Mr. For SaturdayPlans
mark your calendar for thews the "hit of the ors.
April 5th, when we will show daughter, Mrs. John R., Harrison Henderson is the son of Mr. I
Congressional Club's fashion The ensemble she receivedthe
and Mrs. J. A. Henderson. are announced today
the very newest 1964 styles. and family. A numberof .
show" recently.Columnist top vote for was a vivid for
Remember Sunday, April 5th. Informal courtesies have the wedding of Miss tre $
from 3 to 7 p.m. Our annual jade green suit, which she Elaine Hardee of JI
Arriving Friday for the daughter
Ruth honored Mrs. Cowles during
Spring Furniture Fashion Show. Wagner're-
purchased recently. Her Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardee I.it I.r I.
Home Beautiful Furniture Co., ported that Sara was chosen her stay. spring holiday from Queens ;
1703 N. Main St. by a secret committee of black rough straw sailor hat, College was Miss Eloise 'to Thomas C. Beaty, grandson -

patent leather bag and pumps Additional Easter guests of Pierson, daughter of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. S. S.. ;,'. ... I' '
and black kid gloves were Lois and Jack are her brother Mrs. Tom Pierson. Kirby. I .,'
last season's. and Sharon Cowles of e e e f .
Pat .
a L : :
The wedding will take .
i'c11v C e eOn Lakeland. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Den- the subject of clothes: e nis Bird announce the birthof place Saturday at 6 pjn. in e tr-.AVw Yorker.

If you are cleaning closets Miss L y n d a Hendrickson, a daughter, Susan Catherine the Antioch. Baptist Church. #: .. i ;
RevW. P.
will offi
now that spring is here don't daughter o! the E. R. Hend- born March 20, at the J. McElroy
forget the Thrift Shop of the ricksons, arrived yesterdayfrom Hillis Miller Health Center. ciate. /) : "" .

( i1tl } Junior Welfare League. Randolph Macon to e e e Mrs. Betty Dampier will : ,

The shop is in need of chil- spend the spring vacation. attend her sister as matronof .
dren and men's wear especi- Lynda was accompaniedhome Beta Sigma.Phi honor and Miss Mary Ed- !

HERITAGE ally. Household items are also by a classmate Miss dy win be bridesmaid.The .
on the "wanted list. Carol Wood of Richmond. Plans BanquetOn .
aMiss bridegroom will be at- Flowers In Full,Splendor
Mrs. Ned- Cannon Mrs.
; 11I William Andrews will be or more Ann Armour, who at- Apr! I 125 tended by S. S. Kirby, best

than glad to have you call tends Converse College, Spar- Phi man, and Lamar Simmonsand ... LOOM IN BOLD EXTRAVAGANCE ALL OVER THIS ARNEL
Xi Beta
them. will and tanburg, S. C., is home with Chapter Sig- Henry Garcia, ushers. JERSEY DRESS WITH A SKIRT OF FLUID UNPRESSED
They drop by
II ma Phi Sorority will meet
pick up whatever you may April 14 at the home of'Mrs. Friends and relatives of
Mrs. Walter R. Lee. Ann WRINKLE-FREE
care to contribute to the a Reid Poole.Members. the couple are invited to at-
(I :" League.A tend the wedding and recep-
e named to the Dean's List at are reminded to tion following the ceremony.MARY BLACK/WHITE OR GREEN/WHITE PRINT.

newcomer widely wel- Converse and also been tap- make reservations by Satur- Petite sizes 10 to'16Regular.or $2 5,00
GALLERIES comed is Mrs. Charles B. ped for membership in Cres- day for the Founders' Day

Dudley, formerly of Centre- cent, honorary leadership or- Banquet April 25. Mrs. J. NY Central
OR Charge '
D. Hindman is reservation ,
ganization. .
t ville Miss., mother of John
___ chairman.At Beautiful New Things Arriving At .
M M Ellett. Mrs. Dudley recently Doily
Ann last weekend in
a recent meeting, offi- .
decorator service moved into the Sterling Du- West Point, N.Y., where she cers were elected. They are:

pree house, which was the for- was the guest of Cadet Ty Mc- Mrs. Harold Johnson, CARTER
l\W/l\ liiHI / mer Fred Conner residence. pres- -mown &
Coy for spring vacation festivities ident; Miss Connie Stringer I franklin's

are John helping and with his "moving wife, Edith in" at the U. S., Military vice president; Mrs. Anthony PAINTS moue e Shop

Academy. Jusick, recording secretary -
Daz as are "Billy" Chandler, nephew e e e ; Mrs. Howard Brower 501 N.W. 8th Ave. I

wife of, Eloise.Mrs. Dudley, and his A house party at the Lamar corresponding secretary; PHONE 376-7588 I 401 W. University Dial FR 2-4605

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Vernon Junior College in Maurice Tisdale, City Coun-
Mims, left yesterday aft- EXCLUSIVELY
Washington, and a niece, Miss cil representatives.Mrs. ,
BLOCKER and TURNIPSEEDFURNITURE I er spending the spring vaca- Diane DeLong of Washington Shermy Rudderman ofRuddy's
tion with her M iss
who attends Mount Ver- was guest speaker.Mrs.
Mims is a member of the faculty Rudderman
> CO. OCALA non Preparatory School. t presenteda
at Goucher College in Fashion program with Mrs.

Baltimore. The girls who accompanied Asa Cox, Mrs. Joe Sommeseand

Sherry home are: Nora Noe, Mrs. Ann Austin, model-
. Jackson, Tenn., Ida Lane ing.
l Bardeen, Weston, Conn.; Lisa
Stamm, New York City; Jane Cooter-Ldmb 'va

YOUR QUESTION Barrier, Wichita, Kan., Janie THE
: Waters P o n t e Vedra and EngagementMr.

Some day I must make a decision concerning Jean Fletcher, Chattanooga.

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go about it? for the Easter vacation are of their daughter, Miss

Michael Kirkpatrick, son of Sophie Pamela Nail, to :Roy :
N the Grier Klrkpatricks, a stu- Richard Lamb, son of Mr. Tres Secrete I t

a ', dent at Wake Forrest, and and Mrs. R.' W. Lamb of

OUR, ANSWER: Craig Kitchens, son of Mr. and Cross City.Wedding. ,
Mrs. John Kitchens, who at- plans will be an- DOES MORE

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Sunday, March 29-1964 Gainesville Sun 5B J

BridgeNotes Sigma Chis Name Sweetheart Meets Lutheran TuesdayMrs. WML .-

Club : Robert BesaIski will

74R a be present the 'topic, 7 h e

Holy Spirit Sanctifies God's
People", for the Women's SUNDRIES

n .yg ,Missionary League of th e'
v ,First Lutheran Church Tues- TEMPORARY LOCATIONOLD

By JOHN E. CRAPS at day at 9:30 a.m. in; the Par- PI KAPPA PHI
Dr. and :Mrs. E. R. Wood-
wtrd captured top honors in Mrs. George Kaufmann of
the> North South directionthe : %S ) )
y I IT Iy Keystone Heights will be hostess
the Wednesday evening during a social hour.
tT _
t tournament of the Gainesville + I DISCOUNT DAZE
Bridge Club at the Holiday
S Ion with 83% match points. e.
I C here were seven and one-
e (|!alf tables in play,and the av y S
erage score North-South was : a

8u East West 63. .- 4 ; J I tM 40 0/0/
Mrs. E. N. Edris and Mrs.
les Wetekamm took second O'tutlt

P .. >ce with 76 while,Mrs. M.
Sjj Kirkpatrick and E. C. Kirk- Mme" 4 < t OFF

v (litd were third with 151h.fJrIrs. .
r +
F F. H. Hull and_B. M. ;, f4 x yy {;M}
W"mn Sr. came out on top in ; I
'Ai 1 1i .4 4q4
very close contest which IuxurYN
ded ,with six of eight pairs k; batbtnt< ease E While ,Supply Last!

ve average. Their score D IA

!fS 68. Half a point behind JJ H DOES NOT INCLUDE
!here Mr. and Mrs.R.J. Reic- H. J. BOXPLUMBING

ftrt of Mount Vernon, N. Y., CO. CARDS, CANDY, OR CIGARETTES.
Kid Mrs. W. D. Macdonald 410 NW 19th Lone
FR 6-2238
Bid Van A. May were third
'th 67.
The club will hold its nexturnament

L at 7:30 tomor- How To SAVE On ELECTRICITY!

w evening at the Recrea- w F{. .erai
>n Center. Visiting pairs are ihfiefofre Cut Off the Light ;

ited. and Attend the

P -- I Sigma Chis at the University of Florida selected Miss Sally
Russel of Columbus, Ohio, center, as their 1964 Sweetheart p.m.

during the recent Sweetheart Weekend festivities. Miss Rus-
sel, a member of Delta Gamma sorority, is a junior major-
I ing in nursing. 1428 N.E. 20th Place -Corner 15th 1 St.
1 March 29-April 5
fytiefafee Cruse 1 Pictured with Miss Russel following the crowning cere Evangelist: DR. OLAND WILSON i

mony at a banquet in the Holiday Inn were the members of First Baptist Church
HELOISE should never be ironed. Can Melrose I \
the Sweetheart Court, left to right: Miss Sally Pelton of Cor-
IAR you brief me on this? Music Leader: MR. DON WARD
those who get a terrible al Gables, who was the 1963 Sweetheart; Miss Patty McLatchey Gainesville. Florida

when'a water faucet isIned TRYING-TO-LEARJ Jacksonville; Miss Quinn"Flood, Live Oak, and Miss Jean- Nursery Available At Each Service
on..the thing nie Maynard of Tallahassee. Miss
Judy D'Angelo of St. Pe- Pastor-FRANK M. PEARL
the washer
replac it is either 'I have looked in five proto- tersburg, also a member of the court, was unable to attend.
col books and so far as I can I
i worn. find out all five said this is "
Tiis can be checked first the correct way to Iron a '\ HOURS 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
I"t" turning the faucet on full cloth.. One did say it was not
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t I i .ied ts Another lye"the is stem.by handle worn"chattering"bearing cause This threads as is of you down easily water"hammeror on turn.Iden-hard the fau-Ifs again.center.ed Immediately pressed lengthwise folded These Then it,over the should may first after cloth lengthwise either down the be shouldbe clothis fold-the be ,_ GAINESVILLE THE 1302 STORE NORTH SHOPPING WITH MAIN STREET MORE CENTER.v @ @& [f@Jj]@@ ;"

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Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Vet- I .' .. :. '. : -- : ,
[ erans of Foreign Wars, 4 p.m., ". ; .
Post Home, Waldo Road. -
I.'en : : :!
I MONDAY, March 30
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Final lecture in the University -
t of Florida Shakespeare "
; Series commemorating the ,
i Fourth Centennial,8 pjn.,Mo I
) Carty Auditorium, Porf. Fred- -t' 4Ifl'
son Bowers of the University
I of Virginia.
.', Gainesville Bridge Club 7:30
N p.m., Recreation Center. 1 1

f I TUESDAY March 31 M RKSts tI

." Education Wives, Card Par
ty, 8 p.m., University Women
Clubhouse, West NewberryRoad. BREAKFAST CLUB

Beta. Lambda of Epsilon Sigma I __ 5.

Alpha Rush party work : :
meeting, 8 p.m., CommunityRoom iijxt-
of Guaranty Federal
Savings and Loan Building.
Tuesday Evening Supper
Club of Gainesville, 6 p.m.,
1404 West University Avenue.
University of Florida Choir, doivn produce lane .
Spring Concert,8:15 p.m.,University tall
I Auditorium.. can I

WEDNESDAY, April 1 Sweet Western Cello-Packed >.
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Chapter I, PEO, 10 ajn., ;
.1 Mrs. Thomas Larrick, 730 2-L:: CARROTS i,

) NE 9th Avenue. .
1 0.,E. S. Auxiliary, 3 .p.m., "' ;.{. limit 6 per customer with / ;.1
Mrs. Jesse A. Vitatoe, 1208 v, \*. ij
SW 1st Avenue. r- purchases of $3or fiiore..l I
University of Florida Medical 4 ,
Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. Ward
t Noyes, 2227 NW 7th Lane. C "

University Women's Club, ... pkg. .
Choral Group, 10 a.m., Club- GREEN '" ,
I Democratic Women's Club, v; : EACH ;
8 p.m., Guranty Federal Sav
ings and Loan Building.
Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30: Unit .2 With Purchase of
pjn., Holiday Inn. $1.00 or More of Produce '": JI
Fine Arts Association Art PRICES EFFECTIVE
Auction 8 pjn. City Recreation THROUGH WED. NOON, j'
Center. Open to the pub- APRIL I. 1964 \\J
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D THURSDAY,'April 2 : ..' 4 1 4 4t

> University Women's Club, ,
J Evening Bridge, Guest Night
for Newcomers Bridge Group,

8 pjn., Clubhouse, West New- dairy specialsPHUbury's ., I
'I berry Road.Gainesville. (colored qtrs)
Junior Woman's
I Club, General Meeting, 9:30 Tasty BREAKFAST CLUBOLEO _. Y ;
ajn., Clubhouse. t
I Gainesville Cootiette Clbu, 8 Apple Turnovers .
.\ p.m., Mrs. Mary Furry, 317 t .. i>(S K
i SE 3rd Street.American 14-ox. 49
1 Association of University pkg.
Women, Morning Interest
i Group, 9:15 a.m., Mrs. Pillsbury's' DeliciousBlueberry :
Sheldon Lee, 610 NW 36th
Street Turnovers
(& Gainesville Chapter 44, OES, I =
r if* 8 p.m.,Masonic Temple r u,
University Mothers' Club, 14-oz. 49 ,
Mother and Daughter Luncheon pkg. _

12:30: pjn., Holiday Inn.l .. -

l FRIDAY, April 3 frozen foods Limit 2 please ,,' 1: :TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED
Annual Meeting of the Ala-
chua County Association fort TOWN SQUARE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!

Mental Health, Dinner, 7:30 ; 1
p.m., Holiday Inn. U. S. Senator SHORT CAKE .
i Spessard L. Holland BONELESS
guest speaker. 16-ox.:
Gainesville Garden Club 3 'I
I Spring Flower Show, Potted Pkgs. .:
Plant Entries, 4 to 6,pjn., Frozen. Top Round Steak
I Gainesville High School Birds Eye .
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 .JifJjj<" :
j, a.m., Holiday Inn. Jroccoli Spears
Benefit Bridge Canasta Party ': "
t Gainesville,Woman's Club, r..;" .
I | 10-ox. ..
1 Clubhouse. 3 79c QOc
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Cut Specimen'" Entries; Reels 303 We : .
t! 7:30 to 10 ajn., Gainesville con

't.. High Gainesville School Garden- Club- Jiffy White, Yellow, Devils Food. FreshCukeMixes

Spring in Line Flower and Color'Show," 2:30"Moods tot 2 pr::;. 29c Ground Beef lb. 39c

9 pjn., Gainesville: High
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School Dole Hawaiian SlicedPineapple
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I Activities A t 4t '. :r. Hz ,. xy.. .c ,7.., .;cA x .. -Officers to Host Med SchoolPediatrician
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';'i ) tJOFFMarch !I i Under I\ ;
II Secretary ArmyUnder Gets AwardDr.

( 30-April 5)) ,r h F .s ... -
HMI +t. 'S'itYp
Monday -Baseball Florida y.cv. of the three E. F. Ellis, instructor In
: secretary Army par t n e rs in Harbridge
vs. 5 y Y 34PA. .'Aala.M9. XAfyII"i r pediatrics at the University of
'I' Mississippi State 'Srti Y'
Perry Paul R. Ignatius will head
a House, Inc., a management Florida of
Field 2 College Medicine, has
p.m. .
I.. 1 x SY yJ 4 i I star studded list of dignitarieson consulting firm. He was promoted received the year's top award

V tiTennis Varsity Court: Florida, 2:30 p.m.vs. Duke, KyiY i hand here for the Florida to Under Secretary of the a \' Allergists.from the American College of

Biology Seminar, "Paleoec- Reserve Officers Association Army.in February.
\ ology of Africa," Dr. L. S. B annual meeting next weekend. ow h Receipt of the Bela Schick
Leakey, Florida Union Auditor- ,,.5 YF He will arrive, in Gainesvilleby Award by Dr. Ellis was announ-
ium Ignatius will keynote the two- ced by Dr. George T. Harrell,
2:30 pjn.Lecture military aircraft Friday aft- "
day program with a public lec- : dean of the College of Medicine.It .
: "Death in Victory: '. c ii ernoon and spend several hours .It" .. was awarded the American
Shakespeare's Tragic Recon jbiI .H : ture in the University of Florida -with Colonel James T. Hennes- ....,, ","."......,. College of Allergists by for a
ciliations" Dr. Fredson Bow- ;Auditorium Friday night. : scientific be-
paper presented
professor of
sey military
ers, McCarty Hall Auditorium, His,lecture .is sponsored jointlyby science at .- ..' ... ,. fore that society.
8 University and :, -
pjn. .. .
I tk : the ROA and the, University. .,,' In his
his ... research Dr. Ellis !
-University Lecture Series: staff. He Is scheduled to return "
; looked for a relationship be-
"Early Man," Dr. L. S. B. Leak to .
a Y %qy Washington immediately .
Y' ..... tween allergic attacks such as
ey, University Auditorium, 8:15 fM v 'Sy ?rtir Also expected to join some 200 following his Friday night asthma rand hay fever and infections -

p.m. .x -- Florida reserve officers during lecture., .1. of the respiratory sys
Tuesday Baseball Floridavs. r.
'I : _
Mississippi State xa ? their meeting here are four general tem. conducted the first con
Perry. 4 r trolled study of the effects of
Feld 2p.m. officers: Lt. General Albert Major Eugene H. Boyles,
ad* 3 4 1a antibiotics on asthma.
Film Classics Series: "Mr. Watson, Commanding General, Gainesville, is convention chairman The
research showed
that the i
Arkadirj," and "Time Out of I Third Army; Lt. General William 'for the Florida ROA meet- IGNATIUS medication had no noticeable i
War," Medical Science Building H. S. Wright, Chief, of the
mg..Host to the group Is Colonel effect on the allergic reaction
Auditorium, 8 pjn. Office of Reserve Components, BOA Colonel Forrest R. Harsh,
Concert: University Choir, q X : Department of the Army; Ma- Ralph A. Eastwood, Presidentof Miami, is President of the Florida establishing tion between a allergy clearer and separa-res- I

Elwopd .Keister, conductor, University cY jor General George A. Carver, the Gainesville Chapter, Department ROA. piratory, infection.NOTICi .
Auditorium; 8:15 p.m.Tennis y Commanding General, Fourth
: Florida vs. Am- U. S. Army Corps, Birmingham; ,
} herst University, Varsity Court, and Major General Louis O. I' I

2:30 pint Gravely, Ocala.Highlighting .
Anthropology Lecture: Dr.
I 1. 8. B. Leakey, "Kikuyu and the ROAV Saturday -

the Mau Mau. ," McCarty Hall morning'program will be a !
Auditorium; 8:40-am. and "Cul .t parade by the University's Army -

3 ture and, Behavior," 12:30 and Air Force R.O.T.C. ca

p.m., Medical:Science Building, dets. General Watson will be the
..- Room H611.'Wednesday. reviewing officer.

Track: Navy- MARCH is the last Month you' have In which to apply for your
Furman Triangular Meet Flor- )1
Also on the program Saturday )
ida Track, 2 p.m. ;;' ar 6wk.Ytw>+t aktrssa. ;=3R is a luncheon address by HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION and make 'your TANGIBLE and IN- ,

Arkadin-Film,"Classics and "Time Series Out: "Mr.of Senator, S pes sard L. Holland "TANGIBLE PERSONAL. PROPERTY TAX RETURNS FOR THE 'YEAR i I
s '
r.c6.s z and a Saturday evening banquet .
196 j
Medical Science 4.
( Wart Building
address by General Watson.
Auditorium, 8 p.m. Nondenominational ,devotion
Thursday 14th Annual Jazz
services are scheduled for the
\ Concert, Gator Varsity: Band, University Hospital Chapel Sun-
Jerry Nell Smith,,director University
'Auditorium 8:15 day morning, conducted by Inasmuch as the Tax Law provides that April 1st is the FINAL
p.m. J Colonel William N. Boaz, Jr.,
Friday Tennis: Florida vs. professor of air science at the DATE for filing HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION APPLICATIONS, NO
Hope College, Varsity Court, Surveying the charms of the Gainesville area yesterday were these for Na- University of Folrida.
J 2:30 p.m. tional Airlines hostesses who will sell Florida sunshine at the New York World's HOMESTEAD APPLICATION CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER APRIL ,

f -Fine Arts Committee: Reception Fair. Their tour of Gainesville and the University of Florida was sponsored by Ignatius is a former Harvard lit, also the Tax Law provides that a PENALTY must be placed
for Student Photograph the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce. They will staff the NAL exhibit in the University professor in business
I Show, Florida Union North Wing Florida pavilion at the fair and their assignment will be 'to sell summer va- administration. Prior to being against those who do not file their TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE

J. Gallery.3:30 p.m. cations in Florida. Left to right, they are: Jerri Wiliuszis, :Mary O'Connor, appointed assistant Secretary of PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RETURNS before APRIL 1st
-Annual Phi Beta Kappa Address Lennie Hazel Koster and Barbara Ann Pick. the Army in 1961 he was one of on or
I : "Humanism: The Ancient EACH YEAR.
'I Ideal and Its Modern Survi- CONFERENCES AND 'March 16-April 3 Thesis Ex-
1 vials Dr Moses Hadas, Phys- SHORT COURSES hibit, Ronald F. Bandy. Gal-i GHS Student to Represent

ics Building Auditorium, 8:1 April 1-3 Eleventh Annual lery X. I

((i pjn.-State Reserve Officers Association Conference on Accident Prevention April30Fifth Annual Boys' Club at Conference Office Hours are from 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday thru
i Engineering, McCartyHall Traveling Exhibit, Florida '
Address, University Auditorium. Friday, except office will be open for your convenience Saturday,
.) Auditorium, 8:15 pjn. Craftmen, Florida Union Bryan I Chris Johnson, 17 year-old fare, will be held April 30 ,
Saturday Agricultural Ca- April 2-3 Obstetrics and Lounge. Gainesville High School student through May 2. March 28th from 8:30 A.M to 12:00 Noon.If .

reer Day, McCarty Auditorium, Gynecology Seminar, Medical Fourth Annual Student Photograph i has been selected to rep- The Boys' Club of Gainesvillewas I
Science Building, Room H-611. resent the Boys',Club of Gaines-
ajn. 'selected
Show, Florida Union as one of 29 Boys'
April 3.54'lorida State Dental .
Tennis Florida ville at the National Conference Clubs, to in the "
: vs. North Wing Gallery. i con- I
Society: "Occlusion, Med-
i State .,University, Varsity on Smoking and Youth in Washington ference. Two delegates from haven't .done PLEASE
ical Science Building Auditori-! I you already so stop by the COUNTY
next month.
Court 1:30 each state and from eachof
pjn. one
Track Florida um. Bus Bomb HoaxSALT Johnson, an outstanding leader the 14 larger cities will be TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE on the second floor of the Court House I:
: vs.' Georgia
EXHIBITS and athlete at GHS, is the
I I. Tech, Florida Track, 2 p.m. March selected from the total,nomina- and apply for HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION and MAKE YOUR
2-31 your
I. Contemporary LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) son of Mr. and Mrs. James 0. tions submitted.
ROTC-Joint Graduation Army Review Air Force Drill Priats from Denmark, International Five Continental Ttailways Johnson, 29 SE 49th Drive. He The Children's Bureau is providing TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE TAX RETURNS.
Exchange Exhibit, Florida was selected by Boys' Club of-
Field 10:30 buses were halted and searched the funds to.cover. cost of
a.m. .
I' Union North Wing Gallery ficials and GHS faculty on the transportation and board \ ..!
Sunday Concert: "Beetho- "A Garden of Flowers," Friday after an anonymous call- basis of being most representative for The Children's f -
ven's Ninth Symphony" University -The American Federation of er told a company clerk that a of Gainesville youth. every participant -

I Symphony Orchestra, Arts, Florida Union Bryan bomb was aboard a bus that left The conference, sponsored by. cerned Bureau with the traditionally health of con- The TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE WILL BE GLAD TO ASSIST YOU i
I Choral Unions and University Lounge. the company's depot In Salt the Welfare AdministrationChildren's young
: people is-calling nationwide attention JN EVERY WAY in the filing of TAX RETURNS.
Edward Lake f
Troupin conductor City.
-"An Abstract Expressionist Bureau, Dept oi f: the ,
t Florida Gym, 3 p.m. ," Florida State Museum.I No bombs were found. Health, Education and Wei-. to. in problems con- I I Ii
fronting youth the relations to

smoking.'It J.PIERCESMITHCounty
will call special attention to __
m Community Church DirectoryI scientific and technical '

-_ ... knowledge contained In the recently Tax Assessor
published doc u m eat
I GAINESVILLE,.CHURCHES 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat University Pentecostal Holiness services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 I Smoking and Health report of I
| Advent Churches 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Church, Odd Fellows temple un. the advisory committee to the

( Advent Christian Church, 617 CatholicSt at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services NondenominationalWest Surgeon General of the Public I''

.) NE 1st St, services at 11 ajn. Augustine Chapel, 1738 at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. .meeting Side at Christian Gainesville Church Little, Health Service. ..
and 7:30 p.m. W. Univ. Ave. ;
Sunday massesat InterdenominationalGainesville I
Theatre 4039 NW 16th Ave.I
Umbarger Memorial Advent 9:30 and 11 a.m. and 12 Drive-In Church, 4
service 11
at ajn.
Christian, 19th St at 45th Ave., noon, daily mass Mon. through:Hawthorne Road, service at
( services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Fri at 6:30 and 11:15 ajn., Sat 8:30 a.m. PresbyterianFirst
at 9 a.m. Confession Tues. and Presbyterian 'Church
PmAlliance Churches Thurs. at 7 p.m., and Fri. atS I The Salvation Army, 232 SW 106 SW 3rd St, services at 11
First Alliance, 11 a.m., wor- i p.m. ,2nd Ave., services at 11 ajn. a.m. and 7:30 pjn.
ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 St. Patrick's Church, '704 NEst I and 7:30 p.m. Grace Presbyterian Church Do have to know I
NE 9th St, 7:30 p.m. service at St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, Jehovah's Witnesses 3146 NW 13th St, service at 11 you
637 SE 1st Ave. 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Baptist ChristianFirst Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., a.m.Highlands Presbyterian Church -
First Baptist 425 W. Univ. Christian Church, SW service at 6:30 p.m. 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat

,I, Ave., services at 11 a.m. and 2nd Ave. at 8th St, service at LutheranFirst 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.KanapahaPresbyterI. in the busineisto
7:30 pjn.Calvary. 11 a.m. Lutheran Church, 1801 somebody
Baptist Church, SE Christian Scientist NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 an Church, Archer Road past
15th St, services at 11 ajn. Christian Science Church, 420 and 11 ajn.Gethsemane. Medical Center, Service. at 11
and 7:30 pjn. SW 12th St, service at 11 a.m. .: Lutheran ajn.
Carol Estates Baptist, Church of Christ Church, 1905 NE 12th St, service Quakers break
Church, 1428 NE 20th Place,I Church of Christ 205 NW at 11 ajn.University Religious Society of Friends, get a
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 14th St, services at 11 a.m. and Lutheran Church. 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at
pjn. 6:30 p.m. 1826 W. Univ.. Ave, service at 11 a.m.
Old .Fashioned Missionary Northeast Church of Christ 11 Unltarian-Universalist
Baptist 'Mission, at: corner of 418 E. Univ. Ave., Bible studyat i Unitarian Universalist Fellowship ?
NW 6th.St _and,34th. Place, ser- 10 ajn., services ,at '11; a.m. Centenary Methodist 1400 ,no. 1204 NW'10th Ave., on your carpet
I Vices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.Thirtyninth. I SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat Sunday school and services
Eastside Baptist Church, 1501 Avenue Churchof 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. both at 11 ajn.AREA .
E. Univ.. Ave., services at 11 Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave.,I First Methodist 419 NE 1st CHURCHES '*-
a.m. and '7:30 p.m., services at 9 a.m. and 6:15 SL, services at .8:45 and 11 Assembly of God
Faith Independent Baptist p. m. I a.m. Fellowship at, 5:30, ser- First Assembly of God, Wal-
Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th University Avenue Church of ice at 7,p.m. do Road, services at-11 ajn. That' depends on the break you want; For Lees nylon and acrylic carpets, they use the best
Ter., services at 11 a.m. and Christ, 639 E. Univ. Ave., services New Northeast Methodist Howard and 7:30 pjn. Do you just want price? On a deal with no come- they can get in texture and style. No dye Is used until

7:30 pjn; at 11 ajn. and 6:30 pjn. Bishop Jr. High ,Cafetor- Baptist, : ,back? Or' a carpet.you can buy'without worrying i ? That jt has'been'thoroughly tested and special back-stretch
Park 1624 Church Of uoa ium, 1901 NE 9th Ste., serviceat Archer Baptist Church, Archer -
Forest Baptist isn't lust beautiful new! That gives you a good long ing machine holds all Lees carpets in line
NW 5th Ave., services at 11. Church of God, Hawthorne 11 ajn. services at 11 a. m. and 8 run for your money? Lees never stop inspecting-fiber yam water for dye
and 7:45 Road and Third Ave., servicesat Trinity Methodist Church pjn.
pjn. Then Mr. X and his "bargains", the "in"with baths and yard of carpet they make.
I Ga'-svflle Primitive Baptist 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at Eliam Baptist Church, Mel- forget every '
Church, SW:34th St. at Ar- Episcopal 9 and 11 ajn. rose, worship services at 11 somebody's friend's cousin. The somebody to know Edges straight? Pattern even? Well-tailored? Can we .

cher Road, service at 11 ajn. Episcopal Center, Chapel of Wesley Community Methodist ajn. and 7:30 pjn. is a good arpetmaker-Lees. see streaks? Flaws? Skips? Misweaves. ;"
North Central Baptist the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ.Ave. 826 NW 23rd Blvd., servic-i First Baptist Church of-Mkv Lees doesn't put anything into' a carpet they haven't When a carpet has been through Lees mill and PASS. -'

Church, ,404 NW 14th Ave., services ., Holy Communion at 1 8 es at 11 ajn. and 7:30 anopy, .services at 11 ajn. and made dam sure of first. Natural fibers when they're ,' ED they print their name large and clear on the bock-
at 8:30and 11 a.m., and. am, morning prayer at 11 Wesley Foundation and Uni;7:30 pjn -
man-made fibers when Lees but only if the carpet's first quality
they ready.
right arc, :
7:30 p.m. a.m. First Sunday, Holy Com- versity Methodist Church 1320 Williston Baptist Church, services '
Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW-40th. munion at 11 a.m. W. Univ;Ave., services.at 8:45 at 11 ajn.,and 8'.pjn. : .experiment. on their' floors, not,yours. : J' ?-jt that's the break to look for ''those heavenly car-
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Holy Trinity i6 NE 1st St and :11 ajn. II MethodistAlachua Lees doesn't raise or lower their standards to match ,"r )petS by Lees", sold and installed here in Gainesville by .

7:30 p.mf: Holy Communion at 8 ajn. Mormon Methodist SE .1st ; 'their. *Vices".either. .Their ,$30, per square yard';'wool ? the Central Florida Tile & Marble Company. .
Oak Park Baptist Church,, morning prayer at 9:30 and 11. Church of Jesus Christ.of'Latter St, service at 11 aim,, plush' .and, their $10" per'square yard wool plush get--4 the: If you're going to buy a carpet soon we urge yen ta-
4610 Archer Rd., services ai t irsi Sunday Holy Communion \-.Day',Saints; 1220 SW 5th Melrose Methodist services at ''
same great wools. The difference-How much they use. come ice aid inspect the fine carpets by Lees.
9:45 and 'I1 ajn. and 7:30 pjn., at 8, 9:30 and 11. Ave., Sunday ,school 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn.
Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW, St Michael's, 2180 Milbop par Sacrament meeting, 6:30 pjn.Nazareae i iI Orange Creek Methodist US- how thick how dense they make the carpet.

13th St, services at 11 a.m., Road, Holy Communion at 8:30 I I 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat
and 7:45 pjn. ajn.; family service at 9:30; First Church of the Nazar- 9:30 amNewberry
Pine Grove Baptist Church, morning prayer at 11 ajn. on I cue 302 SE 1st Ave.. servicesat Methodist servicesat Central Florida Tile Marble Co.
4200 NW 39th Ave., services at t 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Communion 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 9:55 ajn. and 7:30'p.m. & ,
11 aim and 7:30 p.m. on 2nd and 4th.Sundays. Trinity Church of the Nazar Wflliston Methodist Church,
Ridgeview Baptist Church., Holiness ene, 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat services at 11 ajn. and 8 pjn.
,NW 19th St,' services ata.m.and U l Eliam Pentecostal, SW Archer 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. PresbyterianFirst 1540 WALDO ROAD GAINESVILLE,. FLORIDA PHONE 376-6406
8 p. m. Rd., services at 11 a.m.I ., University Ave. Church of the Presbyterian Church o*
Westslde Baptist f Church. ,I and 7:30 pjn. Nazarene, 3545 W. Univ. Ave., Williston, service at 11 a.m. -

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Sunday, March 29, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9B [ I
Today in In 1944 American naval forces -' cused the United States of re- ... j
History I .attacked the Palau Islands sponsibility for attacks by Cuban

L By THE ASSOCIATED- PRESS army until victory.On .. in Ten the years Pacific.ago. The United Cuban exiles ports.Approximately on. Soviet ships in SS.S$ %

? the 1964.Today.year.There Is are Sunday 277 days March left 29 in, of this St.date Germain in 1632, the divided treaty -States agreed, that Britain trade. and with Communist France $ $ $ $ $ $ $ :

French and English claims in nations could be increased one-third of

Today's highlight in history: America. without aiding the Soviet war all land in the United States is Sun's Prizeword 1

On this'date in 1847 the city In 1918, French Marshal Foch potential. owned by the federal govern- Puzzle Corner : '
of .
Vera Cruz surrendered to was named generalissimo of Five years ago Communist
ment and its holdings are grow
Gen. Winfield Scott-one of the the Allied armies in France. China charged that India had

most important victories of the In 1939, the Spanish Civil harbored what the Chinese ing. Nearly one-half mil ion GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES
Mexican War. Thereafter called the command of more are being acquired Last Weetfs
Vera center
F War came to an end. I 1. The prize for the correct solution to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLE
Crui served as the port .base In 1943 meat rationing began the revolt in Tibet yearly from private owners for WIll be IUI. If M comet -solution. Is received ta tills Sundays punt tht MS I
: IB prizo wU be added te next
for the week's award makinf. **xt week's prize Sin.
invading American throughout the United States.I One year ago Russia ac "recreational purposes.ttscw.INc.A' : I
2. If the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The Sun I
ezoordExplanations for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus ef $100 will be added If more than i
one correct puzzle to received. from home-delivered subscribers the bonus will
|| be JtvWed among them.

3. The Sun will pay at least S25 each week tor the correctly solved PRIZE-
WORD PUZZLE. If more than one cornet solution to a week's puzzle' Is received
the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the cor
rect solution.
4. Solve the due as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each
clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle
p 7. BELLS not wells. The clue or use a good exact-&ize hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise whole
is most of sale reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest Is based on skilL The
apt BELLS especially decision of the
fudges shall be 1"11and all contestants taking part must
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LOW pR. property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.
cEs concern with "churches.! Also;
521 NW 13th Street Mon. the clue says, "PARTICULARLY families.5. Anyone.may except enter this employes contest.of the Gainesville Publishing Company. and their
Tues. Wed. Noon
k sad," but this applies more i iCo
After you have filled In the puzzle, paste n on the back of a four-cent I
to the well that is not even postcard. Mall It from m Florida postoffta o Prizeword Pete. Gainesville' Sun
P.0. Box 57. Gainesville Florida. or bring It to the Gainesville Sun Clrcu-
USABLE (Le. it has dried
up), lotion Department Office. 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries to be eligible for the
rather than to that which is IN prize must be received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednes
1'TH RI FTW A Y" FANCY SLICED day at a.m. We are not responsible for entries lost or delayed In the malls.
"disuse implying that it's enclosed In envelopes cannot be accepted.
been the people's decision not 7. There
can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
to use it anymore. Cells ispoor. Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries bt each week's contest.

I. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
t tr Circulation Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place. Gainesville,
Lean 'BaconLB. 8. HAVING not hating. "You Fla.. during regular office hours.

can understand a BUSY man t. Winners if any, and correct solutions to this Sundaes PRIZEWORD
HAVING to make hasty decisions PUZZLE Sundays will Gainesville be announced Sun. and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published+ hi next

," though there is obvious
Tbe GaJnecvne Sun reserves the rUtt'to correct any typoxrapbieal
reason why any other man other errors which may la
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.: should-HAVE to do so. Regarding GOOD OLE PETE

$Z hate "busy" is pointless. THE SUN'S PUZZLEDPUZZLE Puzzle N 0. 11

10. TOT not sot Being drunk, EDITOR

a sot (defined as: "a habituedrunkard" 1 Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard
nr ) needs much more PrizewordKitty
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than "simply a steadying
't I hand." TOT (a child) makes a Rises / / F S/G / i /,

straightforward answer. Cot.
not good. ssTo LATER / A E/ f;
$250 .
11. FINE not wine. "Have to" 6
favors FINE, since buying wineis Tie horn o'f plenty overflows. i i- ,

not compulsory. Line is too Last.week after checking 1,.i 8p TER / /

'(LIMIT 2 With Your More vague and needs to be further 518 incorrect entries without 9 t
: $3, or E K /
qualified. finding a winner our judges u.
Food Order Please)
were indeed sad. I2
iI 12. LOSS not boss. Boss is Mrs.,G. C. Smith of Gainesville Y /R i bE / ETt3
weak since an "OUTSTANDING i
boss" would ENCOURAGE was close she only missed on i/

"ASST. FLAVORS" STOKLEYS. "GOLDEN YELLOW"JE3Lk9 his "men." LOSS is a satisfactory AIDING instead of HIDING also
Lucile Hodge of Newberry ASH /
answer. Moss and
|toss are not good. missed only on HATING instead E t / I
Tomato of HAVING, but alas closies NE

CORN, 16. HINT not pint. Even "a" don't'[ count. 20 E U )

mere "HINT of water COULD This week'sEaster

Sauce mean a lot to" him, yes. "A A q. basket A V4 DD LE
pint of water" WOULD "meana
will be filled 2
lot to him," surely. with $250 t % T /D S

PKG. 12 8 OZ. CANS ON THE COB 20. GOAD not goat. GOAD is all negotiableand eggs 1964 BELL->.aoCLURE SYNDICATE -

clearly apt. Where the life of yours for
I If you are not now home-delivered
? a sub-
EAR a goat is concerned, "cruelly ,F4 the finding, scriber and would like to have The Sung
1 treated" would be more natural act? and we started, please check box. Extra Bonus for 0
then "cruelly used." '+ wish you I luck.Answers home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2

00 S 22. NOTE not vote. Even "a ListStudy on Name

i quick NOTE" needs to be reasonably the ,
precise but not" Street Number
"may >>
clues and the .free word list
need "to go" so far as "ABSOLUTE
Some are easy some are a little
exactness. While the more difficult. All can be answered City State Phone '
clue wording implies that this with the words in the -.
does take a certain degree of word list Answer all the clues PrlxeworJ Pet*
"exactness" in the case of "a I correctly on the same entry Mall tor Prlzewor4 Contest -

quick vote," which maya be and you are in for a big cash The Gainesville SUB l
show of hands it "may not" prize. Box 57. Gainesville, Fla.

'(LIMIT 3 With Your even "be necessary" to countat Each member of your familycan
: $3, or alL CLUES ACROSS:
(LIMIT: 12 With Your $3 or
send in
to five entries
More, Food Order, Please), up
More Food Order Please) 26. AUDITION not addition."A And, of course we don't expect 3. A man may complain if one he's taken a liking to Is miss

man" certainly has reason you to buy.five newspapers'or ing.
to."be every member of far -
if your
"interrupt. 6. Forsurprising.- to have a lean and look would be
hungry not
|ed" during an AUDITION. In Uy.Just '
the case of a very simple addition make facsimiles about the .
there would be nothing to I same size as the entry printed 7. ,A man might possibly accept little-Just for the sake
get upset about and the clue on this page and you are set of a quick sale.

gives no indication. that it is Draw them right on the back of
complicated. a post card if you'wish. We do 8. It's not unreasonable for a man to be called .

\r: <' a : z insist that they be about the 11. Conceal. .
27. KIND not king. Stressing same size as our printed entry. .

"when surrounded by enemies"favor Different sizes are just too difficult 12. A person who dislikes animals will never a dog.

KIND. Even in GOOD for our judges to handle.]
circumstances kingship can NICE LADIESWe 15. Having made:some purchases a man may be a lit
a. N7iL tle short of ready
be a ,burden. want to make things as money ,tVaM1.;;

easy as possible for our-judges. 19. Part of a skeleton. ;' .5J.-lf.
CLUES DOWN: .V*,, .,
They are pretty nice ladies and
2. PLANS not plays. PLAN they work hard every wee k.. 20. May seem to,defy the force of gravity. -; "-.--. v

is,more apt. Why assume that They look at every entry at 2 1. You may wen have no time for one. =
I "a least once and the final entries

I of plays creative? This man"could is easily a write be are judged at least twice. 2%. Rarely describes the type of boy" who revels. in .rough.
I far from the case. Thus play: Get started on your entries now.I
(LIMIT: One With Your $3 or More, Food Order)
needs to be better qualified. the clues carefully check
the rules and
Eg.. 4. SHOT not show. "A brilliant you are on your
i SHOT" yes; but even "a" way. I 1. A new would be expected to be efficient of course.
mediocre We'll be waiting for your entries
100% PURE "applause." "A brilliant show and looking for a winner.. 2. A great could cause a considerable commotion.

merits" ACCLAIM. Best wishes to alLSolution I J. The biggest he
ever saw on his farm might astonish
6. HIDING not aiding."You"'

could hardly HIDE a man without 4. Of a light color or shade. .

CAKE doing.knowing"You"what might"you"aid a were spy: 6 Z h name S. For the-certain. stories of heroism, a reporter is expected. ,..'to !

inadvertently and not be culpa- .. .

ble. J. A -, of course grows fairly rapidly.

$100 9. GUEST not guess. GUEST'is 9. Sets of tools, for instance.

3 29C 78 the stronger answer. The 10. A
! Each Lb. clue is apt regarding an asser vegetable. ,

tion, rather than a guess whicha 13. An injured player might run haltingly after it. .
person may well EXPECT '
' "to be wrong" It. It's easy to be-, if you've nothing to fear. .

I "MUSSELMAN'S" "REG. SIZE" 17. BET not net The clue is 16. The knowledge that he get a stiff sentence is likelyto

, TEX .. 2 ST 89* too sweeping a statement for deter a criminal from rfsking jail .
APPLE SAUCE net, since nets vary considerably !

"FLOOR & WALL CLEANER" in complexity. "To make 17. Well-known animal.. .

AJAX . . ,.rargePkg 29*! a BET" is firmly apt, as, for: : 18. Come together. -.- .
2I8.oz.JA33RS example, a BET between two
"FUN BATH" friends on ,the outcome of a 20. Plump or obese.
game. Set is too vague. Last Weeks
SOAKY .. l0-0z. 69*!
f Each 18. WOMEN not woman. "A Puzzle
"SAFE SUDS" "AIR DEODORIZER" stag party" simply means *''no FREE WORD LIS'rTHIS

Con relating this idea to any IND] D CHD CD CONTAINS AMONG OTHERS. THE
woman. |BELLS! | | !

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TO ALL : .;' \I.

Guillotine ." ", t

HUE, South Viet Nam (AP- a .
Phan Quang Dong, high intelligence .
officer in the late Presi-
dent Ngo Dinh Diem's regime, "

has been sentenced' to death on ; byxa:.. Your Vacant rental is
the guillotine by a revolutionarycourt.

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A crowd of 2,000 standing out-

side the, provincial courthouse
cheered and threw their hats
into the air Friday on hearing' i '_ :;; _,l JMv
the sentence read over a loud- 3. :r

speaker. .

The defendant, 36, convictedof J
murder, extortion and illegal .
detention and torture of prisoners
appeared calm as sentencewas Let us live this'season so that we may have the I

pronounced by the nine I CAN'T
member tribunal. The court also more abundant life in our three dimensionsPHYSICAL "

ordered confiscation of,his prop- I

erty.Dong was the first Diem:government I 1 BELIEVE IT! :

official to be tried by ,
the new revolutionary court in :
what may be a long series of .
trials. The next trial is expectedto
be for Diem's brother, Ngo MENTAL r ,,: j

Dinh Can, who formerly: ruled .
the central Vietnamese prov- and : \

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ri' ti
Dong was given 24 hours to SPIRITUAL .zL =t' \,
appeal to the ruling military : ;
revolutionary council. 'A" f

i i He immediately signed the re- ,1 .' ,; }+: : ..,;.xa a 1t
quest for mercy. If the plea is < ',;- \ r LZtr' \\1

rejected he will be executed ." vpwk 1 r. L h.w. ?a:\Ya .s. ,
five days later. .. 2\ ,;'- \'

Dong was convicted of murdering 0, : Your Friend ;;. ., I i.ro i.I';
J Tran Ba Nam, a private '-' ;1
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Scant CrowdAt Hot Caps for Cool MelonsGrower Melrose '

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N : SAM MCGARVEY attacks in letters to the Gainesville for the most part without
Called Victim of Apathy y ryN Ry Sun Staff Writer' Sun's editor made the foundation of fact, and other-

.- MELROSE Clarence. C. following statement during a wise were distortions of the
STARKE -The apathy on want you to know we appreciate .' Holden, principal of Melrose 3-hour interview last week: truth, as can be borne out bya
the part of the public, held by your efforts." r High School target of'recent "The statements made were simple investigation.

critics to be one' of Bradford In a welcoming talk, Starke The letters to the editor .
County's ills, manifested itself Mayor Randal Chitty struck out were in the wrong part of the

Thursday night when only 72 at property owners who will not Plan Flower Show paper they reaDy belongedin
persons attended a countywide cooperate in progressive ac- the comic section.
meeting to boo s t the county's tion. 'I've told the PTA and the-
economy.H. "If we allow owners of run- student body many times that
A. Bishop Jr., presidentof down property to intimidateus At :Cross I am always available to an-
the Starke Bradford Cham- ," he said, "then we must City swer any and all questions re-
ber of Commerce, and chair- judge them by their actions and garding the operation of Mel-

man of the meeting, looked out not their words." CROSS CITY "Living With a.m. to 10:30 ajn. All persons rose school.
at the scant attendance and Clyde Greenway vice president Flowers" is the theme of the except clerks, judges, flower Holden was referring' to a
said, "We had twice as big a of the Sears Roebuck Foun- Cross, City Garden Club's eighth show chairman and presi dent number of charges and complaints -
turnout over at RJ.E. (Negro daton, spoke on the need of John E. Whitenack is shown in,his field of watermelon'plants, each annual flower show to be held shall be excluded from the on the operation of the
school where a meeting had cleaning up in order to attract protected at the time in anticipation of freezing,weather. (. Sun photo by Alice in the Home Supply Building room while judging is taking school made by several per-

been held earlier in the, eve-i industry. He told of a city which McGarvey) next Saturday and Sunday. place. Decisions of the judges sons in the Melrose area and
ning) and I don't know how we was turned down as a site for will be final. published as letters to the editor -
can get people to turn out here." industry on the basis that "you This year, the Trenton Gar- I in the Sun.
Chamber Manager Pete Novak people> don't take pride in your Bradford Farmer Tries Out den Club will participate in the Entries must stay in place un- The letters covered a 'variety
also could not conceal his city." artistic and horticulture exhi- til the close of the show and of complaints,. including:

disappointment at the small Joe..Thomas, of Economic Research bits.According must be'moved by 6 p.m. Sun- Plush offices for the principal -
turnout. "We tried to get a full Associates, Jacksonville, to Mrs. Roy Hall of day. All properties entered at "wall-to-wall carpeting,
auditorium here, but we are spoke on the value of researchto 3-Stage Melon PlantingsSTARKE Cross' City, the rules for the owner's risk and should be air-conditioning" '- while sick
show will be: ,Artistic marked with owner's name. children
confronted by apathy. Bradford County. He said the arrange- were placed in a cot
The meeting had been called old method of promotion was to ment, Section I, Class 1,2,3 and Exhibit in horticulture must on the auditorium stage;' chang-
by the CofC to show public sup- do a strong selling job, on what Bradford County follows: New Hampshire Mid- Sugar Baby variety ,a. week later 4, open to Garden Club members be grown by the exhibitor and ing of student's grades drop-
port for a payroll building program was available, whereas the part> time farmer John E. gets, the size of grapefruit; Sugar and the Charleston Graysin only. Flowers used .in arrange- this section is open to the pub- ping of the vo-ag course; a
s p o n sored by the Brad- modern method is'1o survey, Vhitenack has, planted water Baby, the size of a bowl- the week following. ments need not be grown"by ex- lic to enter. No artificial flow principal's fund which tapped
ford County Development Au- correct faulty conditions, and melons on a tight schedule ing ball; Charleston Grays, conventional Whitenack planted the seed hibitor. Arrangement must be ers, foliage, fruits or vegetableswill off revenue from student's activities -
thority. The latter organizationis then sell.Robert. which he hopes will mature in 20-30 lb. size. directly in the ground,.and has made, by exhibitor in whose be allowed. Potted plants ; elimination of a 10th
considering hiring a public Murphy, of Murphy & competition with Central Florida If his schedule works outright the plants protected against name it is entered. Each member must have been in possession at -grade newspaper; lack of a

relations fi r m, Murphy & .Logue, gave full details on the plantings.He Whitenack will harvestthe II freezes with paper tents or who agrees ,to exhibit. an least three months,prior to the music teacher.In .
Logue, Inc., to conduct an extensive -projected payroll building has three plantings as Midgets about May 1, the Hot-Caps. He says-a man can i! arrangement is assigned a niche show. Maximum length of cut order Holden replied to

survey of the county plan> and later answered questions cover or uncover the plants.as and must be responsible for filing specimens will be.32 inches., the assertions, as follows:
and prepare a payroll build- from the floor.: Among needed at the rate,of 1H acres the space. Only one exhibit Mrs Clark Hardman is pres- 1)) Plush furnishings. H 0 1-

Ing program at a cost of about those who elicited further infor- Conservation Day in a day. in.each class permitted each ident of the Cross City Garden den's'office, which'measures

$8,000. .. mation were E. L. Matthews, He said'that growers in their exhibitor. Club and Mrs. Joe C. Poole, is about 8 feet by 10, is carpeted,
and there is unit airconditioner
Bishop later In the meeting editor of the Bradford County effort to get early melons try All entries will be received at president of the Trenton Gar- a -
in it. The teachers' loungeis
commented, "We are glad to I Telegraph, Mrs. Phil Cronkhite, other systems, such as successive the building on Saturday.from 8 den Club.'S"f located in converted hall-
have you people here; you are Guy Andrews, Tom Slade Slated in LevyBRONSON plantings directly in the way; the facilities there 'are
the same faithful ones who and County Agent George Hug- field, or'by 'planting in'bands" meagre and in need of repair.A .
back up every project and we gins. in a hotbed ,or cold .cot for sick children is'located
Following the meeting, S. L. Supervisors of will introduce guests, and Sup frame to get early germination, Growers Divided the auditorium butit -
on stage
the Soil Conservation District ervisor Linus Sache but that each method sUbjectto ,
Peek, chairman of the Develop- Levy will make ; "
is used in
Ag Experts will combine business with the affiliate mem'bershipaward. damage from a' late freeze. only an emergency. -
ment Authority, said, "I don't '
pleasure as they host the On Domestic Labor Pay: : -
know what our next step will be, peopie He has about'an acre'of the ; : p 2) Changing student's grades..
Expect Beef but it's sure we'll have to do of Soil the county at their annual Jim Senterfitt, District con- melons planted at his farm, located Holden explained that inadver-
something." here Conservation Day servationist, and Howard Van about four ,miles south I MIAMI (AP) -One Florida Carpenter predicted higher labor tently in reporting the gradesof

Price RiseBy on April 9. Arsdall, state soil conservationist of Starke. t grower said. Labor Secretary costs would force most B. E. Kelley to Gainesville
Bronson This is the 16th year for the will present the annual re- i Willard ,Wirtz' ruling that Florida growers to curtail acreage, High School, where the student -
celebration which is highlighted port of accomplishments.There agriculture workers must be which in turn would create had transferred, his "A"
OVID A. MARTIN Plan by a free fish fry a soil conservation Waldo Set paid 95 cents an hour means scarcity and price increases. grade for band was incorrectly
Associated Press Farm Scouts speaking contest for will be ,remarks fromJ. higher prices for the housewife. ,John Frederick, Dade Farm given as "B.
WriterWASHINGTON high school youngstersand an W. Hammett, state conservationiSt Bureau president, disagreed. He 3)) Dropping vo-ag course.
Agriculture Special Fete awards and accomplishm and R.. N. Morris, For Special "We've absorbed as much as said "the grower won't be able Holden said the course is being
president of the Florida Association we can," said C. C. Carpenter, a '
program. the basis of
Department livestock experts to get any more for his product dropped on a survey -
expect beef and cattle pricesto BRONSON Invitations are Charles Hardee chairman of of Conservation D i s- omato'and cucumber grower .:' 'I. in April, 1963, made by
strengthen after Easter. being sent to the Bronson Lion's the board of supervisors, has tricts.C. Council VoteWALDO near Homestead. He predicted "It will just have to come out Floyd Northrup, area supervisor -
Club members and their wives outlined this program of G. Petteway, vice presi- a 15 per cent increase in; prices. of the farmer's hide," he said. : of agricultural education,
Livestock 'and
meat market
show that demand and families, the 'members of events: dent of the Perkins State Bank,I A special city Other growers:disagreed, and Harry Wright of Homestead, which showed that of 80 par-
reports for meat consumer Lent -the Boy Scout Troop committee The District speaking cO n- will 'present the Florida Bank election will be held here Tuesday one said the 'higherlabor'costs:; president of the South Florida ents'of Melrose vo-ag students,
factor during in was and to the parents of 'the test will be from 5-6 p.m. in ers award to Levy County'stwo to obtain a replacement for would "come out of,the farm- Vegetable Exchange, said the only:five were engaged in farm-
an important livestock down.keep-The boy scouts to attend the third the Bronson High School auditorium 'outstanding conservation City Councilman' H. E. McCal er's hide." ruling would create. unemployment. Ing, and other indications that
ing anniversary program and the under the supervision of farmers during the past year. 11 s t e r, who has moved to Wirtz said Friday that all the course was' not needed
price situation and controversial -annual appreciation and recog- Elliot Whitehurst, vice chair- County School Supt. Alvin Mik- Gainesville. available domestic labor must "A person who can't make his there. .' :,
imports have Congress con- nition meeting of Bronson Troop ell will award under the and Holden':said L. 0. '(Oscar)
man of the board. present an to City Clerk Bettee DeSha said be> hired at 95 cents an hour before way piece .
sidering proposals to place .335, to be held Tuesday at the The free fish fry 'will begin the outstanding classroom there are three candidates forth foreign workers can be'im make 95 cents an.hour or more Baldwin is the vo-ag teacher
tighter limitations on foreign Bronson Town Hall. at 6:15 p.m. on the B ro mon teacher of conservation. post: Henry Croft, a for- ported. .. well we'll just have to let. and,. that pressure ,is' beingbrought'
supplies. The troop, composed of boysin Methodist Church r e c r'e anion Awards .to winners of the mer Waldo policeman; J., Pat Wirtz' ruling carried an April those people go," he said. I to retain the course
Beef production under federal Bronson and Otter Creek extends grounds.. speaking contest will be pres- Oglesby, of the Donaldson & 15 deadline: Foreign agricultural H. T. Vaughn Sr., "presidentof at the school .
inspection has exceeded a a special welcome toboys The accomplishment and ented by G. M. Owens, District Oglesby Supermarket; and labor,'imported mostly from the. the,UJS. Sugar Corp. at,Clew-. 4)) Principal's fund. Holden
quarter of a billion pounds most who have passed their 11th awards program will begin at secretary-treasurer. Coun- Mrs. Sarah Winter, a teacherat British West'Indies, now Is being iston,'said the sugar:industry already -: said no such fund exists, and
weeks since late April, 1963. I birthday and who may be interested 7:15 p.m. on the recreation ty Agent Leonard Cobb and Waldo Junior High SchooL I paid 70 cents an hour. is using domestic workersat i that the school follows a state-"
"This has in the scouting McCallister was' elected in $1.15 an hour and,would not: and-county-approved set of .Financial'
heavy output reflected I program; grounds, with Hardee as master Richard Lynch will present Federal law states that foreign '
back to the live cattle :to attend with their parents. of ceremonies. Whitehurst land-judging awards. the last regular election held on workers cannot be imported for: be'affected. Policies." for Student Organizations.
market in the form of a gener- 'The general public is also in- Dec, 3. agricultural purposes unless the .
She Survives40Foot Elimination of
5)) 10th-grade
ally slow trade and lower prices -vited to attend. U.s. employment;: service certifies -
," said a Department market Special entertainment is being Williston OES Features Lazarus AgainTo that no U.S. workers. are newspaper.IstedHolden"No such said paper- lea'n ex-d

review. "Also the slow arranged by the Troop available.The Fall hence could not be eliminated."
movement of beef during Lent Committee including motion also must
service certify
6) Lack of music teacher.
has been a contributing factorto pictures and a musical pro- I Easter Theme, InitiationWILLISTON Head CounciIn that employment _of_ foreign labor : DALLAS, Tex. (AP) -:Circus Holden said the teacher hiredat
the bearish demand duringthe gram. A review of the past i will not lower wage' and fans saw B'itishialiSt.AnD the beginning of the' school

previous weeks." year's activities will be given Members of the East, and refreshments, Gilchrist working conditions of U.S. work- Bowbray, 19, survive a 40-foot year-Mrs.Barbara Ogilvie, resigned -
of the advance- ers with similar jobs in the same fall to a, packed dirt floor Friday -.
The review said feeders and recognition Williston Chapter No. 142, Or- served by Mrs. Rose Wetherington ,=Shortly thereafter overa
those who buy cattle and fatten ments and awards received by and Mrs. Mary Jordan, in- TRENTON Bill Lazarus area.. night ,, technicality qualifications,
der of Eastern Star used
them on grain and other con- the scouts will be made. an cluded cakes in the form of Eas- has been reelected: president of Last July Wirtz ruled that domestic Doctors said Miss Mowbray,' and that he has not been able
centrates for the quality slaughter Scoutmaster Gus Efferen has Easter decorating theme at ter eggs. the Gilchrist County Resources workers in Florida would from Blackpool, England,: ,suffered to get a replacement
their regular monthlymeeting.. Development Council and How- be adversely affected by employment -: compound fractures of '
market are proceeding made arrangements with Marion During the meeting Mrs. Mora To all questions, Holden replied -
and an open Bible decorated en Lancaster has been of workers at both ankles, broken ribs.and an
renamed foreign,
cautiously in the purchase of D i s t r i c t Executive Ray Hartley was initiated into frankly and frequently
feeder cows and calves. It said Chancey to have a representative -: the Order, with her mother, vice president rates below 95 cents an' hour.' He', injury to one shoulder. She was produced records and corres-
many feeders apparently feel of the North Florida Warns Mrs. Georgia Mixson, filling the Both Lazarus and Lancasterare suspended the ruling 'after: protests reported 'in fair condition. pondence to support his state-
DangerOf their third from Florida's She was swinging by a neck
beginning one- congressmen
that cattle prices are not over- Council present to distribute the I station of Martha. Mrs. Mixsonis ments.
term of office with the and agriculture' interests collar suspended from a part
ly favorable to profitable grazIng -merit badge awards and to pre- a past matron of the Willis- year For instance, he reviewed an
Council, which has as'its Carpenter said the increase ner's teeth. One of her feet
Imported purpose
ton made him about
and feeding sent the badges to newly ad- Chapter. effort to oust
programs.But I the more effective use of "will definitely ,have to be brushed a guy wire and she fell
despite this caution, vanced scouts.At Mrs. Irene Whitener, a past ; three years ago, when a petition -
Gilchrist County's resources. passed on to the housewives. before an audience of 3,000. I
more feeder and stocker cattle the regular: meeting of the Easter Ducks matron, reported the purchase to that effect was presented -
were shipped into corn belt troop held last week at Otter !of two chairs covered in red to the Putnam County
feeding states during the first Creek, the program for the,occasion DETROIT (AP-Federal and velvet which were used in School Board on the grounds of
two months of this year than a was outlined and prepared. Michigan state health officials I the West for the first time during Florida Farm ProductsSet an alleged beating of a student
warned the meeting. Holden said a boy had
earlier. A Department report The application for the new have against an imported I
year the number at 844,916 charter was completed and sent: toy duckling appearing in the i Mrs. Sallie Winemfller, wor been paddled, as a disciplinarymeasure
put thy matron, presided at the and that the _action
to the Boy Scouts of America in Easter trade.
head compared with 571,941 a '
meeting. Members present included Sales Record in 63 was subsequently cleared by
Brunswick N. J.
year earlier. The federal Food and Drug Mrs. Grace Knauff,I both the school board and
continue to be
Likewise, more feeder and The troop will Administration and the city who, though she now lives in School Supt. William. M. (Bill)

stocker sheep and lambs were Club.sponsored Bill Sullivan by the Bronson is the Institu-Lions' Health Department ordered the Ocala, retains membership JACKSONVILLE (AP-Flor- to |213 million slightly above feed amounted to $83.7 million; Thomas.
shipped into the same states item removed from store in the, Williston Chapter. Speaking of the attacks on
than a year earlier. They total- tional representative and Billy shelves._ Lion's Ladies Night.I I ida farmers growers and ranch- 1962. fertilizer and lime, $73.8 million; Holden, Supt. Thomas last
ed 289,000 head during January Booker is the chairman of the ,Ladies Night was observed ers,'received a record $880,861- In I addition to cash sales,. seeds and plants,'$11.8 million, week in Palatka termed them

and February this year compared Troop Committee. : : The city health commissioner, by the Williston Lion's Club at I 080 for all agricultural. products. farmers produced about $60 million -! and new poultry and livestock, untrue and suggested that Hol-
with 276,000 a year earl- Other committee members are Dr. 'George P. Anderson said a meeting Tuesday night. marketed last year. worth- of products consumed I $14 million. den be given a chance to re-
Dogan S.,Cobb, Buren E. Brice, the toys, imported from Japan, C. H Ayers, 'president of the on the farms; plus government ply Thomas also took exception -
ier.The Department continued to Leonard Cobb, Wilbur F. Anderson are from actual ducklings killed First National Bank of Gaines- It was five per cent over: 1962 payments .other credits. ,I :Repairs and maintenance of to one letter which said

buy beef in an effort to help S. E. Gunnell David Letts, when they were about two ville, was guest speaker. He while the national gain was one Farm expenses did not stand I buildings and machinery cost there are 30 staff employes in
boost beef and cattle prices. Wayne Beauchamp and John weeks old, then skinned and was accompanied by his wife, pelt cent. still. Details for 1Y63 are not $46.7 million and all .other',expenses -the Putnam School system. He ,

Its, purchases ,during the last Swilley. stuffed with cotton waste treat- who was a guest at the supper The State Chamber. Commerce yet available but the Chamber 1 ,from_J blacksmithing( to said, "Actually there are only
three weeks totaled 15.3 million Assistant scoutmasters reregistering ed with'a chemical used as a preceding the meeting. reported the figures in said'indications are that expenses greenhouse.equipment and'pesticides 17 employes."
increased at about the same came to .$59.2_,million. who Is 36 has been
pounds-a quantity which represented under the new char- soil fumigant. The local Lion's Club will its weekly business -review. Jlolden ,
about 1.6 ner cent of ter are Murril Watson, Richard Anderson'said the chemical if sponsor the Hoxie,Brothers' Cir rate ,as 'sales; Depreciation of buildings, and principal at Melrose School for
ommerical beef production during -. McNutt and Donald Boettcher.A ingested, causes vomiting and cus ,in Williston on Wednesday. Fruits,.vegetables,'flowers and Farm production expenses hi equipment -accounted for $42% five years. He has the strong'
this period. The beef is being program will be arrangedfor acts on the nervous system, The three-ring circus has scheduled -field crops sold for $667 million 1962 came to $510 million, with million; property taxes, $23.8 support of the Melrose PTA and
donated .to needy persons the pesentation of the mewreceived. causing difficulty in breathing performances,4 and ::8 up seven per:cent Livestock, the largest single item- $124 mU- million; interest on debt $19.3 its officers, including the. pres-
and the school,lunch-p'Ogr&m. i,,, t is and possible convulsions. p.m.'on that date. poultry? and dairy prodecto case lien for aired labor.:Purchased million, and rent, |1L8 millioD. leant, Gilbert Reed.

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WASHINGTON On the day tine is clearly evil, as well as ''to dehumanize the living. :for instant coffee. ..UNDEWIAND? a

that Peter Lorre died, "The ugly, but it is evil in the am- I Millions who remember Peter The mean men were succeeded

Outer Limits," a contemporaryTV biguous modern way that children ,Lorre's film villainies in the briefly by the Nazis, who
horror show, was doing a may sense but not explain. I Depression and war years will either shouted "wunderbar I

play that represented evil as a The thing is torturing its cap- I probably recall him fondly for when informed that Errol Flynnwas

tremulous blob of gelatine.' tives in order to improve its i years to come. Childrn who are to have his mustache plucked -

The gelatine had lured a typical of human !cutting their teeth on today's at Gestapo headquarters, or I,
knowledge beings.
group of life's losers into an diet of gelatinous villains are whined "I don't vant to go backto
old dark house and, from time Symbolically, it might be modern not so fortunate. Chermany' after their explosive yOJR REATEDAIRPLANE" WEE READY I AM NoTANTITO ...A* STEVE JOCKEYS THE SMALL PLANS INTO TWB 1 AJR...'

I' to.time, forced them up toJbife _science, playing its inhumane The Lorre generation of villains pencils had been seized 3 STEVE,YOUR. AND YOV. 60,K70 MR5.YEER.RATHER -I 50aALccLcANyp WILL CJJLY xis d IMS ALERTED INTH.USENCE simnz rcoPLE VN ER6R'UND.W WE .MEXT-POCfc. COUNTRy AXVMf'DOSS

room where he picked their practical jokes to getamusmg thrived in a national atmosphere by James Cagney.The 25 CLEARANCE INTO CUR TO gEU1CTANT'FLY PA55EN6s'Z... ? A SIUNTONWAR-La:; MATTeg1 I A MR5.YEER K BEIN3 AAGR1cMS THE l' :Blrraaw +
Brains, as it were by invading reactions, or it.might Nazis not NEWLY INPE- IS oNa
of simple optimism. were merely I F10M1 E.ICTO HER Mt55IoN ARE EITHER ;b KNOW
their skulls with powerful extra- be the modern superstate in its They catered to the comfortingly mean men. They were symbolsof Q PENDENT BORIS AIRSPACE NEI6H- ARY05T51A U.5.A/R/ 15TUPID CR 1H5 OW.rcRca .
i i ensory emanations. The gla- for methods coLaNa .. aRtLUANr j; caE
sleepless quest new simple faith '''that 'a certain the more depressing assump- I
percentage of the human race tion that whole nations were a ? II

ORLES !o1 A RGE was just no good.It mean. From this point villainy I
ty tt
CROSSWORD) PUZZLE REINA I R1ANA was accepted that' men went to the Freudian stage. Sud _ +cw Ij

;,. BANDY. .BEDLAM. sat around in dim rooms cack- denly there was no such thing I j
ACROSS 25.fear vied ling up foul plots to get hold any longer as 'a mean man. (il;$ ( r
J.Place of&e tooth T HAT.-o f.. RES There were only sick men. 1N
_wriT iy ,of the Maltese Falcon, and that 7f J )
2 6.Inject reached its nadir in
departed Villainy
they did it out of greed j
pure \
Apathetic"ll.ProfcMloa ACTOR .L. 0 0_
6. 27.
Negative '
: cussedness and for the this era when Hitchcock sent 9
29.Ghastly r1 0 o. TEA WAVE contempt '
law. The '''straight-shooters always Gregory Peck stalking Ingrid \ : 'L
-12.In no S2.Hebr. BRAG AXE H AN _
.'w of Bergman with a razor in his __ __
won course. -
cleKrcc proselyte 0 N SET S AT' L T '
"e.3. s:: hand. It was laughable to be
111 Germ
SET TEE I V ISO R The audience took its deepest
"'Commerce 34.Huge ware asked to believe that good old ,
ASS ES EMERY satisfaction from the wretched
"15.Fog 35.Gaelic Peck might be Laird Cregar in BEETIE, A6AM?! Kir ;: Ikl 601 IA 6ET TilE56
16.Crude 3 6.Fact wfili (Solution To Friday's Puzzle) deaths of the mean men, which gaunt clothing. THAT is TAE + ALWAyS INSISTIWRTTE 1 PUBUGIIEV SOME RAY!
--:-wear masonry .underlined the moral and the And now the of the evil MOSTFAMPSTICEXCUSE '' 6
-.18.En letter !a.Layer 43.More lodd 4.Waltt greatest and most beloved vil- :: age :J YET/ 3 COWM THESE
19.Ember .40.Trap DOWN 5.Bearer lains were those who could die gelatine. It is marked by a procession WANT SDi1TOTE ): c>zAzYTNINGS .
20.Stringy 41.Three. 1.Exuberant 'Mate with high style. Edward G. Robinson of sinister blobs, ugly =( / t _'
:::quality hued ?Anger Foreign rolling down the church .machines, faceless tripeds, giant - 42.. 0Jilit calCiron .coQoq. .vntanalrmmtt crabs, bodiless emanations from = BIf+CK'AND
.:"2S"Jr1orua: 42.Ethereal ProtdA 7'.Saul's steps with three slugs in the evil galaxies and, in its more WNRE; I
3&Mmthesie salt food grandhthes digestive tract epitomized the sophisticated forms as "Dr.
8.Sidesteps rat that you could recall with Ii
Strangelove, "The Spy Who
I II i s 4 S 6, 7 0. 9w 9.ArdisJc affection. .
I 4 .. Came in From the Cold" and E-4
It 10:.NiW1t Forest Most of them are gone now "Seven Days in May" -- whole 4a PL H i
growths Sidney Greenstreet,Lorre's fat earthbound governments and W

u Iff 11.Indian food partner in crime; Laird Cregar, political: movements.In =
bulb whose final throes expressed common all are dehumanized l
/s1 I. 1?'.Skyward such regret for his misspent and disembodied., Their HERE CONIES PLEASES MUST SEE DRFUUEIi!/ CCME.USA.. !
Ig Z-0 ZJ 20.Enroll life. Others have been put out malice, whether incidentally THAT WREN GIRL WE SHCOPMT NAVE USA NOW/ % I JUST KEMEMB REP/.l f IlL TAXE YOtf\ f.
21.Twit of the villain business modern c.r 15 TERRIBLY UP5ET... I LET UK MOTHER VISIT/.. Dlt'N'T KILL MY FATHERS L TO YOUR ROOMfr.
23.Per by by design is directed againstthe
22 u 24 25.Tie history, which has put individual human being, usually out of DR.a .Atl, SINCE_ THE MOTHER' LEFT t
26.Explodes villainy out of fashion. tt
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28.Woods ever ,
V..I. is a bit too like life to be _
; 3 $f' ,s : wore a black hat, and Anthony f
29 Equine entertaining. When a system''is ,

3". 37 3* 99 SO.Kilns Quinn,.one. really treacherous destroying you with good In- = 3
31.Take place redskin, have gone respectable.Boris tentions, the predicament is too I W _Fr1. _
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S5.Ir w jokes about his past And three slugs into its digestive
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39.Porter: coin worst of all, Edward, G. Robinson tract 'on the church steps. We I I
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: Sunday, March 29, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3C
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Cit Concert .. : Couple Wins I
; : Printed Pattern

Beethoven's 9thBy POST rr Award RailFatality In I SEE by .

REID POOLE, HEAD closing group, as 'usual, will be A jury award of $75,291.25 to

Department of Music devoted to lighter items including a Hampton couple after the the SUN

University of FloridaDr. Gail Kubik's delightful setting death of their 17-year-old daughter .

in a railroad crossing accident -
Elwood Keister .will of the American folk song ,
conduct -

the University Choir in Un- "Little Bird, Little ,Bird;" in 1961 has been satisfied COURT OP RECORDS Ocala disorderly conduct. $50; of the street. $10; Doris Fowler. 2403 SE
after two years of court I Cltmiaal DhpatltiaiH Leonard G. Hill and Furman Long. tth Place having
ap- an unlicensed
Jvershy ,Auditorium Tuesday at George Lynn's arrangement of J.... Ira Cartar prcsMM, Marc 35 both drunk. $35; Baxter Smith IV. $5; Maxell Alexander Bradley, 503 dog.SW
"Lonesome Valley and peals. Found guilty Jackie Larue Armound Jackson Teno. speeding $35; Halite
'$:15 The concert is the ; a bicycle without a
pjn. High Springs allowing an unauthorized Stephens. Cocoa allowing an unauthor IIQM$10.riding
Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
. .-same as that to be taken on tour the Negro spiritual, "G r e atDay" Perry received -! person to drive. or five days; Waiter -. ized person to drive. $35 Helen S. Jet Horace Banks. Route 1. Box 302. no
as set by Warren Mar a draft for the judge- Auffenberg Route 3.'Box If 1M. driving stone. 205 SE 10th Ave.. disorderly con lights $10; Freda Daniels Whitesides
between trimesters, up the East- ;. with an improper drivers license. duct. $50; and Thomas Leafus failing 1250 NW 45th Ave.. changing traffic
ern-seaboard and to New York ment after final review by the Stt or 5 days Reginal Duncan High to have his vehicle under control. $35. lanes Improperly $25; Joseph Buchanan -
tin.ðoven's U. S. Court of Appeals in New I SprIngs. driving without a license. $20 Continued charges against Frank S. 1019 NW 6th Ave., tuning a comer.
City,. where the choir will per- Ninth ,or five days; Sandra Brunson Givens. Buccafurno.: 2227 NW 5th Place. improper $10; Bruce David Miller 93$ NW 31st
form'at The climax of the year's musical Orleans. lom NE 7th Ave.. driving on the passing; Ora Lee GasUlls High Ave., failing to pay an overtime parking
opening ceremonies wrong side of the road. traffic school. Springs. driving while Intoxicated
; CIcero ticket, $5; and William Walter Herring
and in several at ,offerings by University Their daughter, Carolyn, died I and $20 costs; B. Gillard possession of a fraudulent ISIS NW tth Avej
appearances, in the accident east of Hampton I H. B LIttle. Micanopy disorderly drivers license; William E Kirkland Robert Harris Alachua. Horace
the 1964 World's Fair. The choirIs performing groups will be the -,conduct. $100 or M days and Lee Per. 531 SE 2nd Place. and A. J. Land Banks Route 1. Box 302 Richard Bu'.
deemed first performance in Gainesville at the Georgia Southern ryman Archer. assault and battery, 1505 SE 28th Place both assault and ton Brooker. 1235 SE 22nd Ave., James
one of the finest cot- I$50 or 30 days.Estreated battery; and Bertha Ward Watts 1221 Camps. 1314 NE 4th Ave.. Henry Leroy
ligiate choral organizations in of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony to GocJ. 'Music lovers who have Florida Railroad crossing. the bonds W. B. WarrenJr. SE 4th Ave., passing a worthless check. Peacock 161* SE 12th Ave.. and Jesse
afternoon I .The couple was representedby .. speeding. $35; K. April Chicago Dismissed charges against J. F. Wil Lee Ranger 625 NE 7th Ave.. all drivIng -
America.Tuesday's. I on Sunday April not had the opportunity to hear ", Speeding., $35 Colmer John Cash liams worthless check: ; Thomas Fred with faulty mufflers. $10; Chester
5,-at 3 o'clock, in Florida Gym- this work in a live performancewill attorneys Bill O'Neal and Port Huron. Midi Improper passing. Climpson Micanopy Virginia U Cros Cutler 226 NW eth Ave.. driving with
concert opens with $35; Hartley Gibbons Archer driving by. Route 3. Box U1 and William E. a faulty muffler $70;
"Let All The P i nasium. The presentation is a do well to plan not to miss Bill Avera. without'a license $35 James C. Heed Swango Ocala all driving without li- Rohan Perm Kelley. 1414 SW Itth
Peoples r a se censes.
Place David Laury Evans. 301 Sledd
the ,Lord" by Callus Dressier joint offering of the Depart the rendition on April 5. The. Ordered a capias Issued for the arrest Hall' George Harwood Catledge. 324 NE

ment of Music and the Lyceum mounting of such a production is of Robert Hayes Allen Jr.. 3304 11th St., Reginald EMI CrAig. 20 SE
and then moves into the larg- sw 4th Court. disobeying a stop sign 51st St.. Joara Myra Pelhjm Macclenny
Council. an occasion for Gainesville and yrtbyl and Martha Subers Hetrlck Mel-
est work on the program, the Sunday Ins. I see by the agate
rose all parking In truck loading zones.
beautiful motet, "Jesu, Price- Edward Troupin will conduct the University to take pride hi Brownie 21 $5; Charles Richard Noegel! Starke and

the its cultural and in the Charles Agnew Osborne. Cocoa reckless
less Treasure," by Johann Se- University Symphony offerings COURTHOUSE RECORDS driving $50; Robert Irving Leshln. 4400

bastian Bach..The Orchestra, the 250 voices of the opportunities 0 f fer e d to both Marc If 24 NW 2nd St, reckless driving $25; Rosa
second group WithThej Marriage License Applications Lea Brown 619 NW 2nd St.. disorderly
includes religious compositionsby Choral Union, and the 65 mem- participants and audience. Marie Walters. St, Gainesville, and conduct, $100;

bers of the University Choir Young Soloists [ James Alfred Deas 72. Gainesville. Houston Osteen 2300 SE 45th Terre b __iwiH I4teeV
Healey WiHan, George Gloria Louise Angrln. it, Gainesville and Guy Marvin 17 NW 20th Drive
Schuman Bernhard Lewkovitch the vocal groups having been Soprano Lynn Owen studiedat and Larry Elwood Dover. 21. both disorderly conduct. $25; Earnest .
Laverne Fort. 715 NE list St. Barbara
P. Tchesnokoff and Kent New- prepared by Elwood Keister Northwestern and Juilliard Adele deFremery Anderson. 42. Ann Jones :2322 SE 13th St. Bruce
Soloists for the performance are and at the Vienna State Acade- Gainesville and John Cark Soderstrum Dlngley Sunland Training Center and 9040
burg. 42. Gainesville. Nevin Douglas Hoy Jr.. Tallahassee
provided through ,the good 'offices my of Music. She has had extensive Louise Jones 24. Mcintosh. and Robert all making prohibited, left turns. $10; sizEs 5
Following intermission, a and Bryant. 35 Mlcanopy Cleo Logan Lee, 744 NW tth St, and 6-1.c .
of operatic oratorio.
the Student Govern- Rebecca Katherine Anderson. IS. Terry Calvin Nlmmons Jr 1115 NE 25th "
romantic group is made up of ment. All from the New York experience in Europe and. In High Springs. and James Joseph Phillips Ter. both careless driving $50; Mary
two songs of Johannes Brahms: America Boys': Club Week All Boys' Midgets (9 and.10) and 3)) Juniors 20. Alachua. Lynn Signor 214 SW 40th St.. Clarence ty 1Tf iMt 1ff4\-r.; ..
area, soloists include Lynn Owen including many per- Helen Lynn Connell. 33. Gainesville, Augustus lewis. 114 NW 7th Ave.. Char-
"Der Abend, and "Zum Sch- formances of the Club members should make I (11, 12, and 13). Applica- and James Virgil Bents 34. Gaines les Everette Peindexter 2504 NE 5th
soprano; Joanna Simon virtually entire ville. Place, Marvin NW 20th Her sights are set on s u m-
Guy 17 Drive.
luss: Mendelssohn's "Lob des mezzo William standard operatic and oratorio plans now to be at the Boys'Club ; tions can be picked up now at Patience May Girl 21, Mcintosh Donavan Brown Shaw 2033 NE 9th Ter. men fun In a pleated sundress
soprano; and Charles Henry Smothers :32. Orange Carrie Walker. 330 NW 9th St.. with Its own sailor collar pull-
Fruhlings; and the charming Greene literature. each day April 6-11, to the Boys' Club. Lake. Emily over. Sew It In pique polished
tenor; and Malcolm and Mortoh Drew Aulls. Town and Country -
German folk serenade sung by Mezzo Joanna Simon take part in the daily special Divorces Started Trailer Park all careless driving, cotton or sharkskin.Printed Pattern
9040 Girls'
Smith bass. soprano :
Jaycee Derby The Boys'Club Delia LeClalre vs. Thomas LeClalre $25
the men, "Gute Nacht as set events which will be offered. ; Sizes 6. 8. 10. 12. 14. Size 10
Marilyn F. Putnam Dean
vs Ross
Greatness in MusicBeethoven's was born in New York City is this Aaron Wilson. Route 1. Box 301 drunk. dress takes 2H yards 35-Inch fabric -
by G. Wallace Woodworth. headquarters year Putnam. $30; Peter Edward Ryan South Hall
The and The following is a day by day ; lacket 1H.
Ninth, with its gigantic was educated at Sarah Law- for the 1964 Jaycee Derby pro- Miriam L. Seidenstucker vs. Walter Freddie Anderson. 1248 NW 5th Ave.. Thirty-five cents In coins for
outline of the events: Seldenstucker. and Cart Earl Welch. Route 2, Box this
rence College. Her concert tel- pa"em-add 15 cents for
..,.sessSIII." finale employing the chorus gram.. Applications can be obtained Divorce Decrees 103 all drunk $25; Albert Lee Bass 115 each pattern for first class
S. '. evision and solo Jane 8. Herbert vs. Richard E. Her- NE 18th St. Torn Blair Pierson Jr. 530
I" ..... ............ and soloists to pro c I a im appearanceshave Monday 4 p.m., croquet at the Boys' Club. Boys bert. NE 3rd St. Raymond Holt Howard. 1126 mailing Sendto and Marian special Martin handling.Gainer

Schiller's "Ode to Joy" is not included performance under -tournament; 4 pjn., bicycle safety -may build their ,racers in the .Jana. A. Austin vs. Douglas M. Austin. NW 16th Ave. Frances Elizabeth Plllans villa Sun Pattern Dept. 232 West
K 542 NE 12th St. and James Mlri-
Leonard Bernstein and Pierre 18th St. New York 11. N. Y. Print
only a musical masterpiece, but inspection. woodshop under the instructionof i Minnie Loya Frost vs. Dennis James an Hansford. 1236 NE 1st St. all running plainly NAME. ADDRESS with
Monteux. She has also Frost., red lights. $10; Nell McGarrah McVoy ZONE SIZE and STYLE HUM-
._v.IuP1JvlP4I is deemed one of the great artistic sung !Tuesday p.m., midget car Bill Goegler. Other Suits Started 304 NW 25th St driving without a license BER.

".. ... creations of all time at the Spoleto and Tanglewood races; 4 p.m. games room Union Finance Company vs. Jacob $40; Elbert Lee Bass. $14 NE YOUR FREE PATTERN .IS
expres- ,
S . sSS Festivals. Boy Scouts Scoutmaster D. Dodson and Lila Dodson mortgage 18th st.. Eddie B. Williams Jr 529 NW READY choose It from 250 design -
sing the highest Ideals. of man's % tournaments. foreclosure. 3rd St. Gardner Fitzpatrick Jr. Mil- Ideas In new SPRING-SUM-
214 NW 13th 6-6472 Tenor William Greene attended Harry Parkhurst, and assist- Resalie Mehaffey vs. Henry J. Walker ledgeville Ga. Robert Harris Alachua. MER Pattern Catalog lust outl
relation to his fellow
man and et ux mortgage foreclosure. James Otto Price. Alachua and Carrie Dresses. sportswear coats.
the University of Georgia.He Wednesday 4 p.m., turtle ant Scoutmaster, Jim Sheilds, Alllah Townsend vs. Eileen G. Servos, Emily Walker. 330 NW 9th St. driving morel Send 50 cents now. .
has studied and performed derby; 4 p.m., marble tourna- invite boys 12 years old and as administratrix of the estate of a without a license $20; '
man Involved In an auto accident last Melvin Ellis Poole 225 NW 4th Place
extensively in Europe both whilein ment. over to join the Boys' Club October with Townsend, damages. and Sherman Billy Lonaldson 225 SW
113579! P.M. Other Final DecreesHayssen 2nd Ave. both running red lights, $15 ThereIs
service with the Seventh Ar- Thursday 5 pjn., balloon scouting program. The troop Manufacturing! Company vs. All fined $10 for running red lights

my Symphony in Stuttgart and release; 7:30 p.m., awards and meets each Thursday at 7:30. Sherwood Corporation, replevin. Morris Place Ralph Kelley Homer Stories, Hothersall 2048 NW Otis S43

PETER GEO. at the National Theater Operain recognition dinner (by invita- Many outdoor activities are COURT Of RECORD NW 31st Ave. Virgil Brlscoe Crisp
\ SELLERS SCOTT /C Civil Dispositions March U Hendersonville N. C. Howard Lee
: Mannheim. More recently he tion). planned for the coming season. Judge Ira Carter presiding Johnson. Route 3. Box 207, Donald Ed- ..

iw11 Sterling Hoyden Ke.nen Wynn _.:;::;. has performed with the Atlanta Friday 4 p.m., auto tire Senior Basketball Out- $13.04 Couch's plus Inc.$4 court vs. Pat costs.Louden Starke. ward Williams Allen Jr..33 529 N.NW Main 3rd St.St Eddie, Janon B. ..,

f Symphony Orchestra and with Rodea; 7:30 p.m., Father and :standing seniors the past week Dan Byrd Agency Inc. vs. Rufus Shoemyen Route 4. Box 121. Herbert
Heath Jr., Ethelyn Heath and NellP.
the Miami Opera Guild. Son Awards Night (by invita- include: Lame Lachey, Robert Heath $256.57 $8.38 Interest and Conrad Percy Danisworih Fouraker, Jacksonville.4313 NW 10th Roden St.

Malcolm Smith, brass, is a native -tion). Haims, Lloyd Tyre, Tommy $6 A.court L. and costs.Hal cleod ct- McLeodand Albert Jean McCullars Manns ,Route Route 1.2. Box Box ,151..7. RIch-Billy No

New Yorker and has stud Saturday 10 aon., Adven- Martin, Phil Haveard, Bill Company, HIgn Springs vs. J. C. ard Allen Maybern. 608 SW 40th St.
Joyner. High Springs. W3.70 and $4
SW 32nd Ter.
ied at Columbia University and ture Day with Ross Allen, Six- McLeod, Tommy Thomas, Oliver court costs. John Johnnie Edward Maxwell.Titus.3935 Route 2, Box 344.

3 :Oberlin Conservatory. His experience -Gun Territory, Army tank, Indian Moon, Jack Dougherty, and Hosty The, Helzel B. Henry Company Sincere.vs.John Thomas J. Don-E. Ave.Sharon John Airline Thomas Greene.Brigman 928, 3711 NW Haw 14th Time -' .

w includes performanceswith show, Courtney Roberts and Kim Richardson. oghue. Thomas E. Hosty. Jown W. thorne Road Ronald Wilson Cause 1022 ,
Donoghue Edward C. Apy and John .
the of 'Girls' There will bea D. Rigney Ltd. d-b-a Sincere and NW 16th Ave. Jimmy Ferguson. Archer ,
Lyric Opera Chicago others. Night Albert Leroy Imler, Alachua JIm-

and the opera companies of Hockey League All members special Girls' Night Sport-a- Company.Laura I.$397.72 Brooker and, 1235$5 SE court 22nd costs.Ave.. my Howell Waters. 2523 NE 5th St.. Lin., "'
da Carol Welsh Inger 609 SW 10th St.
aDr.Strangeloveor.HwlUaroedToStopWorryiflAfldlJwTheB I Cincinnati, San Francisco and are invited to take part in .thon April 6 at 7 p.m. Activities vs.costs.James Hardee, $45 and $5 court Jack Wesley Bass. 407 SW 13th St. Joseph Like i:

St Louis. He has also been the 1964 Club such Shell Oil Company vs. ,William M. William, Tognoll, 103 NW 10th St.
I oratorio Boys' Hockey I as volleyball, ping pong Thorns 244 T Flavet III, VW.14 $31.41 and Jerry Wade Kelley 1029 NW 23rd

soloist with the_ Robert League. Registration date is and gym races will be offered. interest and $5 court costs. Boulevard ,
Willie Battle Jr.. 619 NW 2nd St. running -
2 BIG WEEKS THRU TUES., APR. 7th Shaw Chorale and the Utah and April 14. There will be three .This program is offered to girls land James Engineering Frankland Company Jr. d-b-a vs. Frank.John a red light on a bicycle. $5; Dewey The ;;
Homer Varner Jr.. 2012 W. University
Boles. Ml NW 25th Ave. $305.80 and
Baltimore and 8)) 2)) 7-12. ,, ,
$5 court costs. Ave.. speeding $30; Francois Robert ;
Stonle J. Rain and Richard D. Bishop Berger 402 NW 18th St. Quinn Er- t'
d-b-a Rain and Bishop MasonryContractors vln Alachua Thomas McCray 1046 se ,. r'
NIW Tonight 3 Top Hits! Symphonies.CHORDS; vs. R. H. Peters 1f2O SE 19th $'.. Eleanor Furst Roberts Route '

48th Ter. $280.01 and $4 court costs. 3. Box 95A, KatherIne Hope Ingram Present ':
i First Area Showing! ; Commercial Credit Corp. vs. CallieJ. 505 SE Otis St Patricia Lohr Watkins. .
Rye. Grandin S93$.,o, $140.13 In- 1903 NW 38th Drive. and Willie Lee
D1Jv-.N THIAT&1 OPEN 6:00 SHOW AT 7:00 terest, and $10 court costs. Mobley. all speeding $25;
I Robert E. Anslow d-b-a Anslow Concrete William Shirley Sanford Jr. 725 NW
COME. EARLY SEE ALL 3 'Placement Company vs. Joe 11th Ave Stephen Ronald Wagner, 680 .
Hood. 1690 SE 29th Ter., $71.45 and Tolbert Hall both speeding, $15; to :
FREE! HIT NO. 1 AT 7:00 $9 court costs.'Chestnut All fined $10 for speeding were Gird-
And DiscordsBY Office Equipment Company ner- Fitzpatrlck MJIledgevllle Ga.
Inc. vs. Hooper- Mozart Corporation Joan Gale Korodun Olszewskl 209C
$131.13 and $4 court costs.L. Flays III, Laurence Martin Vierenge
A. Jeffcoat 2102 NW 7th St.. vs. 2305 SE 23rd St.. Utile Mae WIlliams.
T. D. Williams. 309 NW 53rd Ter.. Hawthorne, Delbert Matthew LeBlanc Get .. -
VERB RICHARDS $40(5 and $9 court costs. 723 NW 34th Place Oscar Sherman '. i' '
42' Shockley Plumbing Inc. vs. Tom Allen Crosby 3155 SE 18th Ave.. Michael Free .
Jr.. 1321 NW 4th Lane. $25 and nau SCott. Hawthorne, Henry Jackson
I 14 court costs. Moore. 2404 NE 3rd Place Wayne Fran- ....
The program of marching any' "welkin" ring. The mass fully into the songs. Out on the Sun Finance and Loan Company vs. cia Dority 622 NE 2nd St. Elizabeth '
Frank J. SCanlon. Hollywood $470.50 Russell Morris 202 SE 10th St.. Roslyn that
TONY RANDALL bands at Citizens Field Satur- tone is big, it is a fine musical road Webb will perhaps put $74.44 Interest. and $5.60 court costs.C. Dorothy Marshall Route 2. Box 382A I f:
.t A. Ford and Irene Ford d-b-a Melrose r
Robert Tyson, Alachoa Ronald Ed-
t day night, March 21, was all note and they put everything these into a special group. It Red and White Store vs. Walter ward Morris, 531 SE 2nd Place I ....

{t l BURl IVES. well worth seeing and hearing. vocally into it. would be,an added psice, to the $5 and court Amy costs.Addison. Melrose. $29992 and Walter James Oliver Emmett Smoker Anderson.2300 SE Chi 12th efland Ter. III

.... Some of the'smaller bands showed The men sang a group of religious -program. Central d-b-a Builder L. and M.Supplies Builder of Suppliesof Gainesville Dorothy Lure Jeffires Louisville Ky, BETTER. .:

.,.. .::1,\) The last two numbers "Won- Gainesville .. William I. Kant Inverness John Morgan Foshee 3915 SW 3rd Ave.. '
...f; .:.'. BARBARA EDEN exceptionally training in songs, including one on $229.53 vs.and $4 court costs. Harvey Thompson Martin Jr.. 1205 NW
> the performances of the twirlers Psalm 150, and all handled witha drous Love," arranged by Central Builder Supplies of Gainesville i Tolbert 38th st..Hall Michael Richard Allan Olden Schuster Banks 203 700 .N..

Sca tnc..PnxMtielI fUAUNMRSAlPl and majorettes and in the modem feeling for interpre- Christiansen, and "I ,Wonder of Gainesville d-b-a L. and vs. R.M.C Builder McDonAld.Supplies Inverness 'I SE 9th St.. and Thomas Armstead CAR!
COLOR 1219 W ,
RE march formations. The big tation which made them interesting When I Shall be Married" were Fremac's. $125.02 vs.and Ore$4 court Lee costs.Proctor. Brown.Donald MIxson University Tucker Ave.Jr ; Apartment

bands were amazingly perfectP. .to the large audience. both sung particularly well and :404 NE 45tt St.. $13*.. 3 and $4 court 228T. Flavet III, two counts of
2nd LAFF HIT AT 8:48 3rd Action Thriller costs. parking outside of his assigned area
K. Yonge band and G.H.S. The Women's Glee Club used were very well received. CITY COURT at the University, a total of $15; Joseph
_ 11:04 Judge W. W. Hamptoa presiding Minor Snow Jr.. 4546 NW 13th St.. John
Band both rated superior and Palestri a's "Adoramus Te" as The combined clubs March 14 Michael McMahon 2012 W. University CLASSIFIED,
I The Year's Mightiest gave Ave.. Louis Wilcox Godey 277-2 Corry
Sentenced Add I. Ruth SI

m mons.
.r' several others were also of the a starter and displayed fine Robert Grout ,
-UI* Adventure and Most Toch's "Geographical Fugue" Jacksonville, disorderly conduct, 20 Village Conness 278-12 Dial
: rank them the voices and well handled I days, and vagrancy, $25 or 10 days Carry Village and Rodney C. Cabom -
RiOEBBBEY1DS.SK& same a .-
Uiii among .
!|MWI_... k I Turbulent Love Story! words from the atlas, spoken -Thomas William Jones. *33 NW 1st University of Florida. all parking out
Santa Fe High band and Columbia -group song sense. The Do w- in rhythm and St.. Harold Strong aU SE 10th Ter. side the zones assigned to them at the 376-4672 :t
: a speaking :
_J ROBERT MITCHUM University ;
Leroy F. Bell Jr., St. Petersburg. Hoyt
(Lake ) High band. All land b also weD] Arthur Ivan ,
.Jt City n u m e r was pitch which was delightfuland Blackstone La Grange Ga. M. D. Bla- Jacobs Sigma Alpha
-.R JUNGLE kenshlp. Forest Park. Ga.. and Lea- Epsilon Fraternity House and Br u c e
the marching and music was done. The four Russian "Peas-
well done. David Miller 931 NW 31st Ave.. both
[ very man Bryant, 1409 N. Waldo Road, all i Announcements
RAMPAGE well the weather of driving In a restricted area at the University _
applauded, only ant Songs" gave us some the drunk $25 or 10 days; I ,
$5; and Michael Ray Smith.
Want 263 SE 1st St.. drunk 10
was too cold for comfort. sprightly effects so excellently The music after the intermis- I days Harry; Alex Fowler II SW 3rd Ave.. Room 556 Murphree Hall and Jack 3 LOST & FOUND '.

The Men's Glee Club and the 'managed the women'svoices. sion was Randall Thompson's 'drunk $30 12 days; Will Henry Lucky Dean Parr Room 554 of Murphree Hall.
by 1716 N- 25th St., faulty brakes.I II both disorderly conduct, $25. LOST SIAMESE CAT light d.rk
TONIGHT! Women's 'Glee Club, on tip-toe 'Frostiana' ," settings of Frost's I S7 50 or three days and driving wIthout Dismissed charges against Johnny till ears, female. Child
Dampier Jr. toe NW 9th Ave.. failureto
SUBURBIAPrK a license. $20 or 10 days; Deuward Heartbroken. Call Pinewot
COME EARLY SEE for, their j joint c: 0 n cert'tOurthrough"the' There are at least a dozen seven country songs. Three Vincent Smith 47. 4700 Archer Road signal for a turn; John Victor Ether- Nursery School or 2224 NE am

Mf THEATRE J CARTOONS! Southeast .and the outstanding musical perSonalities -were sung, by the combined driving$150 in while lieu of Intoxicated M additional 10 days days and and Ige,Cranford 1221 NW Dampier Otis St. Starke.speeding speeding Roder.to 1 I Terr.male_Redish brown "- ..

III !_ SHOW STARTS 7:15 Caribbean gave a very 'professional in this organization who choirs, two by the men and two drivers license suspended; and Fred Joseph for D.University Jones, 3920 parking SW not 38th attached St.. decal Named Fritz, Gainesville dachshund License
Clark Robblns, 119 NW 19th St.. driving _No 15 8. Phone FR '--047
performance Tuesday show exceptional understanding by the women, and an set forthin while intoxicated 10 days and $150 properly,.Joseph Leo Borkson, 924 NE3I'd

evening in auditorium.. of the song meanings and rich tone colors and were all I cense In lieu of suspended M additional days and drivers I parking Ave.I* parking prohibited In and an area James where Ml- 4 Personalized Srvce!

Catherine GIssendaner 505 NE chad Leverentz 17 NW 17th St* selling
According tothe program enter into the interpretation and enjoyed. I 5th Ave. blocking Hasty an alley $2 or one beer on election dayBUILDING LEARN TO DRIVEl Special--attentkm -

there are just 35 persons in delightful fervor. All of the day; Claretha Jones,, 1201 NW 6th PERMITS .' to nervous or elderly.
Webb conducted well and held I Place: petty larceny. 10 days and $35 Mart 2S-Z7, Easy Way Driving School. FR
each club, and when they'were group gave Webb their best at- In lieu of 20 additional days (the first City 2-7002. LIe. by State of Fla.
SHATTERING !his under fine controlA George Baggs 414 SE 14th Ter. add
united. in the tention and wen but in groups 10 days were suspended; to residence $600. IN GAINESVILLE IffGDI'S
an as they were sang crowd welcomed Tommy Lee Bass 3927 NW 13th 5?... PHARMACY
very large Tommy Ridgeil. 619 SE 13th Ter,
first number; from Handel's"Samson1 every group there are always failing to yield the right of way. $15 or residence, $6400. IU Central Plaza
From the man who fired they: the Gator'Symphonic Band and 'three days; Herbert Lee Williams. 1204 C. A. Pound, Glen Springs. Road, (next to Wirm-Dixie)
would make top people who can enter m ore NE 2nd St.. trespassing $5 or two days repair residence $1400. For prescriptions a. cosmetics

... the Choral Union hi Twilight Estelle Bawrum Wilson, Route 3. Box C. W. Beasley 107 NE 15th- St. repair U4 DRUGSTORE
The Guns'of Navarone.: #;y 200A running a red light. $15 or three residence $200.
: Wednesday evening in days; and Jesse Williams.Jr...4215 NW John H. Stewart 2002 NE ITtfc Tar. SWINGING young couple would
I the PIa S L Richard Bowles 4th St. speeding $10 or three days; remodel business $700. like to meet other intelligent
Richard Lee Quianthy, 131'NW ails Ter. G. T. Newberry 633 NW 13th St. add couples with Imagination joe*
FLORIDA conducted the band with his controlled reckless: driving $10 or three days; David to business, $2480. Ideas._ Apply box 3SHn bi care
HAPPY EASTEREntertainm'ent force which makes him Archie Porter, 1519 NW 3rd Ave., Fletcher Builders, 426 SW 40th Ter, _of Gainesville Sun
passing en .the right side. $15 or three residence. $21400..
one of the stars in his field and days; Jerold Michael: Weiner 1211 NW G. M. Davis, 224 SW"40th St. residence 6 SPtCIAI.DRIVER NOTICES
2nd St.. blocking ?traffic $5 or three $15400.
FOR THE handled the Choral Union, too, days; Thomas Gary Schmidt IU NW H. M. Trapp 1523 NE 5th Ave. repair wanted to drive couple to
llth Ave., failing to an overtime residence,
ENTIRE FAMILY! .. hi the Rodgers and Hammer- parking tiCket. $1 or pay a, day; Nathaniel B. Jones. 1324 SE 4th Ave. Wm Chicago Well'or, FR Minneapolis 2-7440.. April 121*.,V$W2nd t.

stein "The Gloria" Marshall Ronald KrongoM 14 Fraternity remodel business $400. Ave.. Apt. 2*. .
medley. by Row. blocking traffic $5 or three Mrs. Etta Powell 16 SW Tth St. repair
the Choral Union was conducted days; Clarence Michael Grafton 13 Fraternity residence $620. DUll to divorce. I have a new
.WfUJDjSHEY Row. careless driving $20 or Joseph W.' Harmon, 1623 NE 17th PI. 1964 model Zig Zag automatic
by its regular director, mod 10 days; Ona Lee Mustoner, 1740 WU- Ernest A. Brown 1009 NE 24th St.. sewing machine that does ...,-
listen Road. parking In a no parking remodel residence. $200. ery thing. We would like someone -
.A.iGER ... Keister, with 'accurate musicianship zone $2 or a day. and two counts of repair residence. to take vp payments of '$5
and parking outside her assigned area $3 T. U Moxiey. 400S NW 13th St. remodel per me. Ph. 37l075.
persuasive in- two and $5 business $'.1'7.
or days or three days Bruce I WILL
not be for
spiration. Both numbers were Lamar Bennett, 20. 340 Fletcher Had.a Ear Crawford. 114 NE 21st Ave. any debts Incurred responsible by anydne
2 UC at the University wISh a car In remodel and add to residence, $4400. other than myself after Mia
;. very well sung. Alachwa County. S$ or a day; City of Gainesville. 605 SE 4tt St. date. MArdI 27 MM. Waiter
i'r S' Charles Edward Commander III, 1042 install electrical equipment $550400. Seidenstucker ,
NE 20th Ave., Walter Stubbs Inc. 141 NW Sib St.
four counts of having no
Mwal hj mm MM*tk.hc* !* I Peter Sinober ,
euphonium soloist business $15400.
University parking decal a total of $U TOBACCO PLANTS
Plus: "ARIZONA SHEEP DOG! Lincoln Estates 1112 SE Itth St. re
played his part in "Napo-or tune days; Morris FaneUL University -sidence. .
two counts of not attaching h I sparking
;; tNT ALBERT GEORGE MEUNA JEANNE THURSDAY! li," by Belstedt, with rich sat- decal property, a total of $7 or residence Estates$7400." 1215 SE 17* Drive, READY MONDAY!

EDWARDS FIHNEY- HAMILTON J MEttOOM DOKJUI ; BEST PICTURE OF I isfying tone and musical skfll four NW his 10th days decal;St.and property two Robert counts$7 John or of three not Pytel.attaching days.115: Jewel residence H..Carvto$1.200.MOS NE Sit. St.. Improve PHONE 472-2450::

GEORGE: ROMY RO8ANNA ELKI. THE YEAR! Conrad R. trumpet Estreated the bonds of John Bradford Mrs. Eva LewIs. 1027 NE 1st Ave. NEWBERRY
Bauschka repair residence$400. :
Taylor MS NE 2nd St.
KPMRD ,. SCHNEIDER' SCHUFHW SUMMER making a. prohibited R. E. Carroll 639 NE 6th St. repair
in "V tdre, Norwegian -I turn. $10; Rupert Neis K.o Je. residence. $250.Northeast
gird. 521 NW 3Sth St. no decal $10., S Bl'-r Sitter Child CarJ;
EU MMICHAEL ....*.PCTER JAMES ENTAWAUACH March by' Hanssen First Street Properties"
Frank Edward MenU Jr., 1114 W. University
gave 537
NE 1st St. raze residence. $200.
CALUN_&UNttOM FOMM WTCMIW$ KKER an inspiring performance of silver $5;Ave.Calvin, parking Layne\ Jordan In a noparkingzone. 1210 SW Boulevard.Cabot Corporation build warehouse.350 NE 15753.23rd TINY TOT

P.S.s_ Si a.wau IAIIII.IIII&W allfUl................ sg..-.- tones and technical skilL 4th Ave. parked on grass. $5; Dora Earl C. .Deck 92e SW 2nd $t.. remodel PLAY SCHOOL:*
May NorIrISO SW ads Place: parked
IIIGII &D .Pt1t.,,..,., M'J PlmlIO IB.8II business" $500.
CII Gatorettes_ Tay Tanya and to a service drive $5 J. C. Lee. Ala- Palm View Estates. 3911 NW 18th Visit us and see for yoursf.24SEttiS.FR61005. .
chtta driving In a restricted area on Place residence $10.000.W. ..
2nd FEATURE AT 10:30 Chariene Chevalier added bythen campus $5; Frank N. Anderson Jr.. B. Martin Jr. 3002 NW 6th St. I
1105 NW 10th Ave., blocking traffic, $5; rue residence, $200. PLANNED program await your
skill and to the
grace enjoyment ,Willie Hutto 509 SE 15th 5?. makingan pre-school youngster at JACK I
A NEW HIGH IN University Im Inc.* ItOl SW 13ttSt
of 'Echoes from Florida Improper start; $25; Larry David install awning 250. A JILL NURSERY SCHOOL.
Dickcn Micanopy making an Improper Music: programs educational
Charles E. Whitney. 3304 3306 and
Field." turn $10; Eva Irene Traxler 3]$ NW 33N film-strips. 7.45-5.15 Mon.-F" .
rCohnta PlcbMs pMaolt NW 21st St.. build a three unit *
!1I, 7HESAUSPt6a-tVMDl ANftOu 14th St, driving on the wrong side of the apartment budding $16400. 1331 S.W. 13ttl St FR
-- ? The band and Bowles deserved street. $10; John WIlliams. 1611 NE amkve Sam KlrUand 815 NE 24th St. add DAY cart for nOfrit
IAWIIENCJ 0Fj4R4BI4 failing to yield the right of .pay to residence $200. NW section. "rylnor M .,*.
special mention for the excellence $25; Ceuaty Big yard playground etWlpns ?,
WUlle Mae Williams. fOP NW 2nd St. B. E. Kelly. residence In section 13. FR 2-Wfl. -
.IflAB# 3 SHOWS 4:37 8:14 of the Rossini "Barberof possession of moonshine. $150; Albert township 9. range 22 $2400. -
: DAILY l:00y Frederick Kantian 2901 NE 14th St., E. E. Smith 2309 SE 49ih Ter rest- LADY desire baby-aftting to Mr
: Seville" overture per- driving the wrong way on a onew a y dance, $11400. home from noon to It ,.m..
; formance. j street $10; Pawl Jake Grant. 35 Route E. E. Smith",'2319 SE 4m Ter. residence. Reasonable n.... cat fRA0607.
1. Bex 32*. driving en the wrong side $11400. -

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, I j : Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 29, 1964 ,

1. -fmn-- I 35 Houses for Sale 35 House for s... 35 House for Sal.PARRISH. I 35 Houses for Sale 1 b

: Baby Sitters, Child Care 12 Male Help Wanted 34 Waterfront Properly : .. I FIRST 'TIMEADVERTISED I OPEN HOUSE. Sunday Apr. 19.
Cherokee model designed engineered
WILL keep 'pr.4chooi child Inv WANTED IMMEDIATELY cLEARED. fenced 90x200 lot on "I! Homes Division. 2108 sq. ft. 3 '
<- horn for working mother. EXPERIENCED SECRETAYMust clear sand bottom lake 25 4 Sea our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- 3 BR In.owMd' home, BR 2 bath air coixL, brick .
27)0 N.,E. 13th St. Ph. 376818. | be neat. attractive. and able miles from town. $1,000 cash. \ room. 2-bath CCB homes with ly reconditioned. Fla. comp/ete-I veneer, 2 car garage. 1801 NW <
to take dictation. Age limit 40 Phone 376-2342. 1.. PH. 372-8441 built-in electric" stove and oven. finished parqu floors. 36tn Dr. Alachua Homes. Inc. -
.RELIABLE sitter wishes to care years. ... ,,!\, .. .."- Central heat city utilities. cation. An excellent PRESENTSMASON Phone 372-3421.
for Infants or small children In I. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER LAKE WINNOTT 2 Bedrooms. full "" Wired for television and tele .I I
jher home. Reasonable, call FR MUST have experience In Bank mod. bath year-round cottagefor for phone. Large yards completely S13J30. FHA $550 doWn. Includes 3 BR. 2V* baths 25x25 family
43e97. bookkeeping operations. Neat sale or lease by owner. grassed. Hazel Heights is In dosing costs. room. Ig. living rm. enclosed
Citizens Terms. GR 5-2242 Melrose. Classified the city limits. Equipped with MANOR Just listed garage. central heat air cond. !
'WILL care for children In my 'and Bankof attractive.Galnesv Apply le. OnlyDEADLINES sewer lines close to bus stop. HUGH EDWARDS, INC very neat 4 bedroom. 2 bath Lot beautifully landscaped. 341
. -"Miome five days a week. SS per BEDROOM.. 2V* bath lake home. low down payment conventional NE 14th Ava. (. 15th St. 372-1551. home. Large living room. Central NW 12th Ave. Can FR 2-4511 for I
: week. 311 SE 48th St. ONE of the largest insurance companies 6 mL- from courthouse center- loans. Located on Northwest beat and air conditioning.Beautiful' appointment. <
'CHILD or Infant care. $10 week- In the country has a position fireplace In 26' square living 3th Ave... West of 13th S BEDROOM Mock house for sale. lot with lovely fencedIn -- -- -. .4 t..
ly. Can pick up and deliver. open for man between age room. Private channel and turn St. Shown by appointment 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity back yard. A perfect house = t
-Phone 376-1961. 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat around. Utmost In beauty ands C -.. thru Fri. papers-5 pjn. Day before puttlcatk<< Phone FR 2-3826. and take up payments. Call FR for a growing family. Convenient -
Rule $80 per week. After first 2 tranquility FR 2-5689. i For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. 4-4930. to Elementary and Ju n I o r Norwood t

... weeks $100 and better. Call Far ads to go In Mon. paper-i pjn. Sat. DYLWILD, S13JOO. 3 BR 2 bath. High Schools.:
3724171 for appt. LAKE house completely FOR Sale by owner, 2 BR., bath
Lake Hutchinson. fenced back yard dbL carport. concrete block home on Ig '
Employment bottom lake nice (Minimum ad 4 tines) hardwood floors. 3S21 SW 20th corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW and we have the perfect Hope"H" !

?, 13-Help Male or FemaleExp. Best buy around. $10,000. Financing St. FR 2-300i'after 3 PJIX. 55th Terr. FR 4-217. Florida house to make surrases-
by owner. $1400 down.! FAMILY RATES and winter delight. Three Inc.
I. Balance at 6%. Phone FR 2 3 LG. BR 2 bath, panelled LR ;
NEED 2 baths. living room
SPACE? 3 bedroom home, rooms.
.:,11 FEMALE HELP WANTED secretaries salary open 4414 after 5 p.m.* or on week 1 Insertion _.......................................... 34C line plenty of storage quiet neigh fireplace attached garage HW fireplace and wall to wail
White Cashier-host housekeeper, attractive$25 wk. ends. 3 InsertIon ............A..: ........................... 22c useS borhood. 2626 NW 2nd Ave.. floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. pet. Family room, bed-I We Trade Homesor
... ..... ....... lie nsa NW near Stephen Foster. $14500.
6 Insertion Ph. FR urn porch central heat and air
C. Exp.Bookkeepers Waitress salary salary open. comm. ONCE IN A LIFETIME. Lakefront !S: I* insertion ..:::::.: ..:::::::: ,...:.*::::::: .tic line $. Lp. FR J-885T. ditioning plus lovely Property
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS i mechanics living at Its best. Three: i Total char rsputed by multiplying total lines 11 back yard with swimming pool

.;.Earn up to $5 per hour demonjtratlng I ICosmetics. Exp.Store trainee hi schl. grad. bedroom sturdy frame construe : ed x numb insertions. FOR, Sale or trade. New 4' ,BR. and shuffle board court. I PML_ _. --IUU' 1
famous Studio Girl ted home. Rubber' tile floors. on= home located In Westmoreland
,- Full or Part Time. I Off.Tree trainee til foreman schL grad.$2 hr. huge 90' x 200' lot on the beauti-f Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt McKinneyGreen FINLEY AREA We have two The following art ready for
Phone "376-4336 after 6. Auto surgeon salesman Exp. ful shores of Uttle Lake Kerr, 2 Ig- bath Rms.. Ig.* family lovely 4 bedroom homes. WalkIng -
Short order grill man lust off U. S. 19. Deep well,: S Five letter words per line Rm. 8> living Rnw dining area. distance to J. J. Finley and occupancy.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH- Insurance trainee $100 wk. purest drinking water. PLUS thes.e| Central heat built-in kitchen to- built on nice wooded lots. Both
'' ERS. Openings available" at Route salesman. Levy Co: extras-property fenced furnished !; eluding GE dishwasher.. 2 courtyards owners have left town. sa both 3707 NW 21st PI.
.'Sperry. Typing and dictation CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. beautiful lake view beach,! Same as 2 lines walk to schools close to are waiting for nice large families 4 BR 2 bath. WOO dn. $107
HkUls necessary Starting salary 120 SE lit Ave. boat house giant 1W dock car-! ;' 8 Pt. Ordinary type U of F ft medical center FHA for immediate occupancy.Call per mo.
based on experience. Submit re- Phone 37.4234 port utility house and a million $22,700. Down payment 51.700. DeatonRealtors for complete Information on
"sume in confidence. or telephone dollars worth of healthy outdoor! .,.' 1 T Df Same as 3 lines Immediate occupancy. Drive by both homes. 1021 NW 40th Dr.
372-0411 Ext. 225. for SODA fountain man or woman living all for the small sum of I] ordinary type 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler 3 BR. lIb bath. $400 dn. $99JO
'appointment. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY for evening shift. Apply CollegeInn $6000.00' cash. First come, first' .\ Brothers 37MS4S dally 374-W48 LARGE BRICK HOME near the per ma.
EMPLOYER. 1728 W. Univ.. Ave. No served. Don't miss this oppor-f : :1' TSameas4tines night University and convenient to ..

: phone calls. tunlty of a lifetime. Call 629-5684: 8 Pt ordinary type Your J. Finley. This lovely home has 1442 NE Utb '1.I .
EARN up to $50 a week. Full or Ocala or write to Lake House,: a large living room with fireplace .
part-time. No soliciting or collect- $1.70 PER HR. Servicing Part .Fuller time Box 1030. Ocala or better vet;E GLADYS SMITH To own a 3 B. R. 1 bath home lithe large dining BR m bath. $400 down.
Ing. car neccessary. Call FR *- Brush Customers.In Archer, Williston- visit this heavenly spot In person;} '- N. W. area. Has living bedrooms 2 baths, rmr da tn per mo.
1961. openings Mcintosh Cltra. 372-7117 or all day Sunday March 29 andiAprIl DE O A D4Same-as 5 lines Newberry Road: Quality name room with fireplace din I n groom room plus a study. Large wooded 1
5. Watch for signs! 2.*+ type complete In every detail. Excel- screened porch. All this lot. 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI.
SUBSTITUTE grandmother. Kind. 530 NW 57th St.. Gainesville. =ran 1 T Lordinary
elf lent
construction. Large lot with
E for down SE 2nd PI.
nice loving older white lady lust off 19. !I a payment of $400.00 4518 & 4608
with car to baby-sit 5 days a FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. fishing boating, right in heart cfj many trees and shrubs. Three and monthly charges of only JUST LISTED Lovely contemporary 3 BR bath $500 dn. Sit
> week. In good health. Local has opening for qualified Real Ocala National Forest.' I j bedrooms two tile baths. Extra $88.00 which Includes taxes and home In Gwynn Oaks.. per o.1 i '
> references. Call 376-1822. Estate Broker or Salesman. Call jI The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one := large Florida Room. Carpeted interest. Act: qulcklyl Call. Fr. Four bedrooms 2 baths. living
or Contact Mrs. Grace S. For- I i Incorrect Insertion nor wttt It be liable for any error In advertisement living room w'n fireplace. Complete 2-3617. room with lovely fireplace and i
218 SE 39th St.
SECRETARY wanted. experienced dice 926 West University Avenue 35 Houses for Sal. I i to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu- -. Hardwood wall to wall carpet. Separate
In using IBM typewriter 376-1236 or MA '-5MS. I i pled by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will floors. ivy well. The Owner has NorthwestSEE dining room family room. lovely 3 BR 1 bath $350 down .M 1
reduced the price and
..equipment. Must be able to use I wants to screened 9 In patlo-bullt per: mo. ,
i j be made on errors that do not materially'effect the value of SELL. Call 372-5>>3 for
shorthand efficiently.I Experience an appointment kitchen. Lovely large woodedlot.
this beautiful three bed
14- HelpW.nteciOPPORTUNITY 3 BR. CCB house paved st. built- the advertisement. to see this fine bargain t
absolutely necessary. in oven nice neighborh o 0 d, I i In a home. room MASONRY HOME Shown by appointment only. 303 6' 313 SE 38th St.
''Write Box 376-A Gainesville Sun. .
for full Mm eRawlelgh $500 down & $80 mo. 1621 oak floors. Spacious livingroom 304 & 314 SE 39th St. .
"AVON IS CALLING". .In your Business In West SE 25th Ave. FR 21901. -- The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- Black Acres: Contemporary home and Florida roonVFire 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn. $44
neighborhood through T.V. Be Alachua Co. or part Gainesville.No !lading any advertisement which It'deems oblectlonal and to built to last. Excellent In all de place In Living room"Central M.M.PARRISH per mo.
..lha Avon Representative In cash investment required. FOR only $450 down. $91.27 per change the classification of any advertisement from that ordered tails. Easy to heat and cool. heat- Kitchen fully equipped- .
For personal Interview write month payments. you can qualify to .conform Double carport-Corner lot itrx f
iyour neighborhood and turn to the policy of the paper. Large living area with fireplaceand --- -
2 bath home 1806 1ST $ 00. Good
Call Sales Manager Rawleigh (FAC- for 4 BR. financ-
time into overlooking secluded
money. a
spare gar
NW_38th Terr. Will paint Inside I Ing. Call FR. 2-3617.
320-302 Memphis, Tenn.
Mrs. Bums FR 2-0421. outside comp' *Jy. For appt.to den. Beautiful kitchen with The following are under construction

COCKTAIL 21. Apply waitress.In person.must Thirsty be over 16Work Wanted Female see call 372..o.wI. 40lllllnlullullsI&ewliRuulwwmmwl1wn8alnnnlmliaulml..mnlwn8 breakfast large bedrooms.room. two Three tile:: baths.extra do.. -J.._ .Finlev.;. ..-T for occupancy and will soon.be ready ;
Good financing either
Gator Lounge 633 NW 13th St. conventional WE have lust fitted an attractive .& Associates
EXPERIENCED Medical 1 Technician or FHA. Let us show you 3225 NW 29th Ave.
4 B. ,
R. 2 bath
home with Fla.
week. 6 IN THE this modern home
MAID wanted. 5 days a today. Phone
desires position with prlvate -
room In a much desired and 4 BR. 2 bath. UO dn. $112
A.M. to 3 P. M. Must be good practicing doctor or laoo- FUN 372-5393 for an appointment. well located area Within 3 or I Inc. per mo. .
awlth children. Call FR. 2-516 '
\ ratory. Phone 6-2741. t
I 4 blocks of the-School and the
'WAITRESS neat and with some GLADYS SMITH, REALTOR Univ. Fireplace Beautiful II MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. 3224 NW 29th Av..
I care aged or i
your .
experience must be' 21. Prim- home. Experienced. Call FR MULTIPLE LISTING shaded Iot-2 window A-Cs Wayne Hill Helen Graham 1 BR' 2 bath $750 dn. $102 :
rose Inn. 214 W. Univ. Ave. 6986&TYPINO ASSOCIATES: Nearly new Deluxe gas range Carolyn Gardenshlre Mary Parrish '
I Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon with rotlsslere Large Kitchen 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-537 per ma
Male Help Wanted wanted to do In my Caroline Noyes Florence Burns -Carpeting In L. R. and DinIng I -
:412 home. Please call 372-1449. 1228 W. University 3725393BY area-You. should see this 3236 NW 29th Ave.

WANTED SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE -- I fine property before you buy 3 BR,' '2 bath. $700 dn. $91 j .
To Inspect repair 18 Schools fir Instructions OWNER In Beautiful Black Reasonably priced. Don't per mo.
meter machines & Acres. Walking distanceto wait-Call FR. 23417.ASSOCIATES FRED
schools 10 min. to Univ. .
3301 & 3311
mailing equipment for PITNEY REAL ESTATE SUN Health Center future Vhosp. ,
BOWES INC. o 'smanufacturer's largest NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA CCB 3 BR, 2 tile baths J. Fred Guy Virginia Power NW 30th Aye. I

ment. We will train of this a equip n g EXAMCOURSE hardwood floors screened i Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire ARNOLD 4 BR 2 bath, $650 dn $tl
you porch, carport. Lot 105'x11U'. Jayne ButterworthBY per ma. Ii!
with mechanical ability
man I 19000. Phone FR 2-0124. '
that meets this requirement. ATTEND FIRST LESSON BOATS & MOTORSWHO OUTDOOR RECREATION THE OWNER In Itfylrwilde. 2 3236 & 3224
Permanent position with periodical FREE HOWELL'S BUSINESS BOATS & MOTORS NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 BR, CCB house tile bath, family REALTORCountry l
salary increase while train- .COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR WOULD LIKE Ti'Gih TRANSISTOR RADIOSFrom and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. cca .room. Call 372-8001 after. NW 30th Are.
Ing. Paid vacation holidays 6-3507 372-3727. HUNTER Fiberglass home. City water lights and 5:30 3 BR, 2 bath, 400 dn. $14 89
retirement other benefits. Position Fishing 14' Lone Star "Big Fish"alumi $1195 to $89.95. sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone -
Boat Introduced by FRANK num boat with 1962 5 H.P. Johnson AM-FM per ma.
Is open for Gainesville GET INTO CIVIL Shortwave FR 2-3824. PJW.J.
surrounding territories. Must have PHILPOTT? outboard motor and 14' Black's Audio W. Living
,car. Traveling expenses paid, must SERVICE WOR ; 14' HUNTER Boat ...... $295.00 Barrentine trailer (best trailerIn 229 W. Univ. Ave. 372-0<<0. FOR SALE BY OWNER. For 1V Acres good two-story modernized 13330 & 3320
have at least high school ed. '14 MURRAY Tilt Trailer $142.95 town) for only $525. To put family living. home economist home 2ft Inside baths. 2 NW 30th Ave
Write stating age qualifica MEN-women 18 and over. Secure 63 EVINRUDE 18 HP motor you where the fish are. 19 Olympic Mower ..:... $29.95 designed home. Formal living big sheds. Everything big bu 3 B R. 1 bath $550 dn. $79.50 :
... ......
.... ..
tions. This Is no part-time lob. lobs. High pay. Short hours. .. $325.00 SAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Chase lounges ............ $7.99 room.. separate dining room Kirkpatric'kI the price. Only $10,000. Call 2- i I I E per mOo
Total ......
Retail List
$762.95 built In kitchen
PITNEY.BOWES INC.. 296S W. Advancement. Prepare by home 601 S. Main FR 2-8531 Goodyear Service Stores with pantry. I 3522. !
Bay Station. Jacksonville. study for local, state and federal SPORTS CENTER SPECIAL Carpeted Fla. rm. hall. 3 EASY _
exams. For FREE infor- .......-......M......... $675.00 12' Plywood fishing boats. 725 N. Main 372-3537. BR. 2 full tile baths. Locatedon Gainesville.commuting Pleasant distance of' 'i1 _, 1/1
COLORED WAITERS mation, write Lincoln Service. 133 HUNTER Boat ...... $295.00 $49 JO Shady lot near new Country home. In Immacula three bedroom City LivingThree
14' MURRAY Tilt Trailer $142.95 FLYING INSTRUCTIONS Club elem. school Med. FOR RENT
Box 307-M Gainesville Sun. Center '
TACKLE BOX' condition, with 12V on'
acres. $22- bedrooms 2
MEN with experience preferred 62 EVINRUDE 10 H.P. motor & Univ. Price $18,900. Call
good working Conditions. excellent 22 Special Services ........................ $225.00 The Heart Of with East CharlieFR Gainesville"Check 372-2371 for appt. 500 the and mortgage.owners will carry economical paved street.price.' Family Owner comfort trans at !! ll4SE7thSt.38RlBath.
clientle. Apply Carman- SPORT CENTER SPECIAL If you want to fly, and can at- I
tla's, 706 W. Univ. Ave. No ........................ $595.00 21791. ford little more than gas and ONLY $15,000.00 for this lovely ferred Immediate occupancy
phone calls.SALESMAN "LIKE NEW" That's what you'll EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL 12' Lone Star "Little Fish" V oil Inquire Immediately. Opento three bedroom two bath horn available. Drive by 515 NE 12th 111 Year Lease $100 per Mo.snmmI .
wanted Attractive say about clothes cleaned at CHARGE aluminum boat with 1964 3 H.P. limited number only. Flight 1 1STORYRED In the NW section. Large'famt.. Court. We ,have the key.
: ly room. beautiful lot
FRANK PHLPOTrS! Johnson twin outboard motor. Instructions available. Meeting 8 [
proposition to Insurance salesman street C
hr. service free pickup and paved are lust someof 1111-
or real estate salesman. delivery; AIR-WAY costs less; | SPORTS CENTER Only $349.' To put you where theBAIR'LVS p.m. Friday March 20th and BRICK the features. NorthwestLarge OUR HOMES ARK

gall 376-3507 for appointment. 70? S.E. 14th St. FR 5-5165. "Where Quality Sells Itself"' March 27th at 1860 N.W. 44th. LAKE ROSA Comfortable. modern wooded lot. central heat 2'' OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
20 N.W. 14th Ave. MARINE CENTER Ave., Gainesville or come anytime masonry. three bedroom, baths. Lots of charm. goad' ANYTIME IF
ROUTE MAN for established 23 Ho.... Improvements FR 2-5011 or FR 6-6893 601 S. Main FR 2-8531 at your convenience.List Fireplace-strip oak floors- year round lake home.. Just neighbors, $17,600 with terms. 89= YOU SEEING WILL JUST CALL.
city route. desirable
Experience .
Mon. Thru Fri. 54 P.m. SaL6 very large kitchen with built reduced to $18,000.00 now Ask also about the two storyat S.E. 4th STREETFR
but not 1123
necessary. 1 in appliances rear screened vacant and ready for $17,000 with only $700 down.
p.m. your
fur n I shed. Hendrlx THINKING OF PAINTING? Call of Classifications to choose 1 44301 or FR 4-7981
SWIMMING porch be
Furniture Co. us for an estimate on Aluminum POOLSBE from can converted Into occupancy.
siding. End painting worries Fla. room-rear patio for prl HAVE YOU SEEN RIDGEWOOD? LittlewoodNeed
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical forever. 374-1838 or 372- Skiing SwimmingDiving.Fishing cry 3 very large bedrooms, 2 This beautiful new subdivisionlust
condition 21 to 35. Married; 7948. CAREFREEEnjoy Equipment. baths. Floored upstairs and east of Westwood SChool 3 bedrooms a two-car garage -
must be bondable. High school EMRAYS Sun Want Ads Safety Items. ready to convert Into 4th and offers lovely lots all Improved Florida Room on paved
education preferred. Apply 204 a clean and healthy pool. Golfing Equipment. 5th bedroom or play room as at raasenabl street? $21,000 with FHA terms.
SW 5th St.RO..UTE Tennis needed. LIKE NEW Inside I prices.J. less If buyer assumes present
Master Pool Service Inc. Equipment.
27 Feed & Fertilizer Get Results LIKE OLD yard and landsca WHAT'SBACK
Supplies Equipment.
Monthly cleaning
I Ing. Frankly we wonder If FHA
man for established service.FR Where to Fish. W. KIRKPATRICK
route. 21 to 35 yrs. Must Plus did not make a mistake when Realtor loan.ARNOLD
be married. Apply 1847 S. Main, DAIRY FERTILIZER $8.00 per 2-5363 4-0060 2-3171 many many more. they valued this property at only Member of Multiple Listing
American Bakery Co. yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376- $17,500.with lust $1,000 down 31 N. Main St. Phone 372-8404

5555. including closing costs. You ,'i ASSOCIATES:.' ..
SALESMEN needed-2 good men for MR. may drive past 636 NE 10th REALTY'.COMPANY
To ad in the I Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunne
beverage route, age 25-50 Salary 28 Livestock & Supplies : place your Ave. for an Idea of the value 'j Capt. A. w. Reece USN Ret. Multiple Listing Member I
plus commission. Write P. O. Box I then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment :I 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522i of the

322, Gainesville. 4 HORSES. 3 saddles. No reasonable Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 to see Inside (it looks I 1113 i NW 25th St. Near campus. 3 Associates: Pete Sieg ,
EXPERIENCED meat-cutter want- offer turned down. Phone even better). J I Bit den central heat. $450 I i I Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason Ii
FR 2-7319. Warner W. Weseman-Realtor I I down $80 mo. to FHA qualified ;Jim Sheppard F- W. HodgeI
ed.23rd Apply Blvd.CAREER .at Food Fair. 1349 NW I 1113 N. Main St. I I Buyer. 372-7149. > I I Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman I GROWING

28 Livestock & SuppliesBABY
opportunity, with national I

organization. Young man calves milk & beef type. I
21 to 35. Ambitious and willingto DEMANDfor
had mother's milk from 3 to 10
work. Salary and commis .
days, weaned milk and beef
stone Stock purchase plan for type yearlings. M. F. .Parrish .
permanent employees. Company vx.esearvi' wjj -s--
Fla. 629-2315.

fits.Retirement No car and experience and leads group furnished.required.We bene. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES ve : t .jMV !:- : k

train you. Opportunity for t '_" )ftttc 4
r *
advancement to the right man. 'I GERMAN shepherd ACK regis j- BUTLERBROS. 1
Apply Singer Co., 216 W. Univ. tered. 22 mos. old. Mrs. Barnes
Ave. Call Mon. or Tues. 372-9561.

ROUTE man wanted Eelbeck MillIng GERMAN shepherd pups. AKC
Co. Call 3764138. registered. Bred for Temper- .
/rent and Quality. See at 3501N.
WANTED young or middleagedman. W. 18th Terr or Phone FR
Mechanically Inclined to 62380.
maintain fleet of golf carts HOMES? 1
also care for members' clubs. FOX TERRIOR puppies. 5 wks. :j
Call Bill Etheridge FR 2-0961 old. $15 & $20. No Sunday calls. ;
for Interview. Phone 3764764. .
e - t-: Locationand
SPORTS CAR enthusiast for full AMERICA'S most wanted dogs \f. a ., (
time sales work on B.M.C. line mlnature Schnauzer puppies. t 1 .t$ 41f/1

of sedans and sports cars. Call AKC registered. 372-7601. t r ,. tt'f --jr "
104. A. Baldwin. 2-2583. : :
WANTED dependable farm help. 33 LOTS FOR SALE I I tt. T- a\ .t : 5--ss I a,

Full time. also students part- II : -- .r y : 4 tttt ,i 11,4r'S ; -* QualityWhen
time. Call FR 6-3 194. FOR 1 acre land Rainbow 44
Lakes lEt selling for I I # -
WANT retired semi retired f 5' :41
9 $2, 95. Will sell for $2,000 cashor I I s {rta
"man, licensed driver for
$900 and take over p a yments. -, k 4 It Comes To .
etc. Reply Monday morn- Phone 372-4645. i.., ; T +tt4
'Ing. Call 376-5315. ,
200 ACRES of wood land on Santa -, :-' '--i-- -- ; a LOCATION f

SALES REPRESENTATIVETHIS Fe River 20 miles north of 't -I4 !I1 4(7c 2
Gainesville on St. Rt. 121. Ruth '
Is an opportunity for a Cason, Worthington. 4 -t t 1 r.'r t4 ,,, aI & QUALITYWe
young man 24-35. married. with I $

college background to affiliate 4 NICE lots connecting on NW g 'r ? ... -. 2t Hart
Vflth a national organization as 35th. Ave.. lust 4 blocks off 39th t ttj-4 st 4' *t i .1 A Only
,,a sales representative. The op- Ave. 51" x 150'. Bargain price. I -
.islng Is in Gainesville and Involves Phone 64496. -- --- .. THE CREAM
contacts with companies
with door to door house
no t '
34 Waterfront Property -----4
olicltatlon. This Is high caliber tt- : -

,celling and Is a permanent good I
alaried position. A car Is fur.
.wfehed with expenses and fringe WINFRED H. CRAWFORD I
Benefits offered. Interviews by Reg. Broker, specalizing In
ppt. only. Please call 376-1286 LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. I
4or appt., or submit resume to AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose
'T>. O. Box 314. Blue Cross GR 2.2881.BEAUTIFUL.
; iue Shield Gainesville. An equal I I
ppportunity employer. lot on the Suwannee f
River at Rock Bluff. Call 376-
SET big type 6160.

J OFFVA LINES FOR SAlE. have a few lots left _
:? LIBERAL on Beautiful Lake Santa Fe. PALM VIEW
*4 MILEAGE PLAN Don't miss getting the finest ..- -
-I FOR VAN DRIVERS property in this neck of the --, --- -- -_. :- -- ESTATESNW
Iii ,you own or plan-to buy a late woods. Priced reasonable. G.
model tractor are over 25 P. Rlppey. Melrose. GR 5-5571. I 39th Terr. & f
'years old and In good health i iI
'I .chances are you can qualify NW 16th Ave. I
for North American's "N e w
$16.000 to $20,950FERNWOOD
'Products Driver Program". Cab
.'bW tractors are preferred be-
1use of length restrictions
YQT.I' will be compensated on a SALESMAN HCM f
liberal mileage basis that Is -- -
paid promptly at the end of ANIMAL HEALTH
each hauL In addition, you MANOR Jj
will! receive two weeks training
with! pay. free uniforms free licenses PRODUCTSDr. I NW39thSt. & I
and free van malnten-
tance. You'll be given plenty of 13th PI. :
.wark with no selling required. "'"'. : -- .. -.... : ;
v .. I ; < 512,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
ENJOY the benefits of being In .- LeGear I'
nationally :
business for yourself. .Call '
manufacturer. of animal : '4 f
Personnel Department 219-742- health requires the : .. f' ;
products ;
5451. Lines or write Department North AmericanVan ,. Fort services of a qualified salesmanfor ':: : .See\For Your- t: '
the state of Florida. Pre'f
Wayne Indiana. : : '
experienced man with fE' ; f .
background who Is willing .. : : : ;1 t* t ::::* f' : ; ; ESTATES 4

: FURNITURE travel model car.and Will who consider has a a late retired / : :. .. tt : ) ,: Addition No. Z

: UPHOLSTERY salesman. Expense allowance .. -. :. .: ;; :- .: NW 39th Dr. &

commission company paid : : ,j, -. .. : Wzself.Today t ... :"" !ir' -' fZ' 1
life insurance and Blue Cross ..., : : J. < '. NW 8th Ave.
,r top quality workmanshipcall : '"
r coverage. Send complete resume t .?.. ... .. "..,,{ ".... rl'" ..,4-. .\J .o" 'T I $20,000 to $30,000 i
.. photo and names end '
addresses of last three emPloyers 4 a .J ,"-: "

to: Carl Strteder Sales :- '. ',. .t I ; -.VIsit our sales office <
model .
UPHOLSTERY Manager; Dr. LeGear. Inc. .- ..... or home -
:: Beck Ave. St. Louis Mo. ....::: ,. ..la r" .
.T 1508 N.W. Urn St. 4161 ; : today and' see 'for yourself how : v All City Services

Free delivery.Estimates-PICK vp cad '" 1; ." ..; : 1 ::; + j ,: r ; 'quality homes at reasonable prices ..f" ; :

r ',;'.- Sales -Office Located ct ."\* :; <, 'i' ',r..' e.Highland Court Manor .- .; :
u ___ ___ "' "- 4 : Gainesville's $ most preferred new "i* .:; : Monthly. Payment
: ::\ N.E. 23rd Blvd.. end llth Terrace : :; .- -
.. ;; From $74.38
4.t .' address. Over 20 models built
< .ti. to
... .C
: ; '
: NEW BUSINESS ..it e A VA and FHA
j. : ., .T' $ standards priced i : !
"' .
Model '" .,:;.. <. $12,900 to $17,250. Se.J
I .1.rom
--0. home located at .f. : '

OPPORTUNJTY ----a.-: ,2913N.E..14thStreet' : : ) r them! z- ..- Min. Down-FHA i

Make It ,..,..' business 'te tet the best .. appllaace service. t----. .,. c--" ., Nothing DownVA

Call -. : -- .: r. -f--' 2j ---S -z. '; : !

.. .BotOpenToday,13O.6p.rtj..4, ; z : Cki' J .
.,. -= :- "'- : 1:; II : SALES OFFICE ,
; >. .; z.I NW 39th Terr. & ;
j : t. .
... Phone 372 4tt'k t' I
'- : -3411 5 .
We hi G.E. maJOr appliances. EnJoy efficient QUalify > NW 16th Ave. J
service at our new low rates. Benny Gray Is our service : .. "
man :; '! i .: 'tt ; ,
and has had nearly 10 yrs. In appliance service. Perhaps yourappliances : ,. ; .... Tel. FR 29545'Ot
are OK now but, please do yourself a favor and .' : '" '- JII\ -- <
this ad and paste it to the cover of your phone book remove so : :! -- : :- :, ,Builders ;and Developers f : ". >::' fl' Nights and HolidaysFR ;

when you, do have trouble yOU don't have to worry .. .- ,.. and .C :' :t> Ii : -s- : _. :- / 6-9048 '
,wonder who t* call. ,Thank you. 5" ,

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l _, Sunday, March 29, 1964 Gainesville Sun i
'I S' Howe For Sob 35 Houses for Safe 35' Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sol.' ; ,
bath. Central heat central air FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious OVER 1,400 Ft. plus carport and NEW HOUSE 3 bedrooms. 2 No Down Payment I 4 Br. 2 betn. Separate living-
2 bath. Fla. Rm. closeto IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
Cond. 3 BR dining rooms. Oversized swimming
Northwest Slum. Call porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-Vi baths central heat. c.c.B. 1
school. Llttlewood Estates. S24- !
_376-2927. pool with bath house. Need To Know These Answen.Do .
bath attic fan built In drawers Built-in kitchen. Save $1408. 3 bedrooms 2 tile baths an-
HOUSES 500. Reasonable down payment. vanity and storage galore 80xI40 Call for appointment FR +4774 tral heat. General Elec. kit Cooperative apartments to I Family room with fireplace You Wont to BUY or SELL Acreage,
FOR SALE 3-BR 2i no NW 37th Terr. Phone 37> be built in Gainesville. For Acre lot. Under const. 3 Br.
Convenient to Metcalf chen. Payments $115 ins.FR
i Bath central heat with ftraSlfiL. 5731IF or FR 23026.Shadow per information call FR MW1 2 bath. Family room with fire a lot, horn or business propertylTell
E (15,900. Nw 47th Terrace.. Price Mo.Bishop V.A.Parochial f* percent.Schools.FR 4-2775.$80 2-9569 or write: place. Many extras. on Acre us what price range, size, amount of down payment,
CHEAPER I you plan to build and would P. O. lox 13956 lot. Go out NW 16th Ave. to and monthly payment.
like a custom built home by ex. 43rd St. Intersection turn right.
I 1-bath. SE 44th Terr. $9.500. perlenced builders that have Gainesville Fl. Go approx. .1 mneMsee sign. on Let us help you with your real estate problems.
.Payments $45 per mo. the time to discuss plans with E. C. "CURLY" Law. Estates loft .
BR*4S l-bath. SE _44th Terr. S&SOO. you call 3722527 ask tor Gene Custom-Dalit bomea thai lookeustomba1lL HOMES University 'Park T. D. ZKTROUER DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES, INC
per soma Paramore. We have availableour KUEHN JR. It you are tiredof Built to your plans and specifications. BUILDER .
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Complete financing can be tx- But doa look see Alachua County.TOMMY '
OWNER. Move Into a nearly plalned to you right In your own Incas and Lake Property. F. D.' Oliver. Bid,. RIDGELL Jack DeYot-Realtor.
new 4 BR luxurious home complete home. For appointment calL. Farms and Acreage. rb. FB 2-ft8H Associates:
with carpeting drapes & THE JAMES CO. B. a "CURLYKUEHN.. Jr.C3 Wed a NW U tk AT*. fast BUILDERS :
s GE kitchen. Walk to new Elem. Of Gainesville Inc. > N. MAIN ST. tta Glee Spriif taterseeUM. Sun Want Ads Get Results I Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway. Christine Stone
SChool: $31,500. 529 NW 58th St. Builders of Klngsberry HomesPh. FR 6-2032 Broker FB MS44 See lo o left. .. Call FR 2.4125 Member Multiple Listing
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4.6 ACRES beautifully wooded 1 Br. apt. wat e r \'
NICELY furnished 2BR. apt FURNISHED
READY FOR OCCUPANCYOWNER 3 BR. home. tg..corner lot. $11,750 FINLEY AREA 4 BR 2 bath, DUPLEX price and lot terms wanted to-box Write 385AIn home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near Spacious Excellent neighborhood furn. 31st Ave. N.W. I'W,Tern.' I
ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 BR. 2 NEW 3 beJroom CCB SI."$. TRANSFERRED. 4 bed- 11.500 equity. Trade for houseIn CCB home. Ig. wooded lot. spacious care Gainesville Sun. MiUhopper Rd. Intersection. V -417 N. E. 6th Ave. $90 3129 call FR t-a\7._ I I
bath Price $17400. $800 down. $450 down $45 month. Phone entrance G-ville area. R. Balyeat. 1804 Fla. ntv. fireplace, disposal 900. terms. FR 64448. mo. TeL FR 4-3985. Night & ..
Call 3722727. room. one with private Louvre Dr. Jax. FM-TY rotor, phone 376406. SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat. water. j
Day 495-2441. Night FR 4-4311. Sunday FR 4-7142. h
2 bam huge family' room. extra 40 Business Properties Fordyce AcreageA erial. air conditioner turn. SUItable .;
storage room. paved street. 2 BEDROOM brick low down payment. CLEAN 4 room apartment Good single or couple only. Na
1311 N. E. 20th PL By owner 3 over 2000 living! space. $54 month. Phone 374-0407 OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. neighborhood. Close to shop pets. $7S. AvaIL Apr. 1 406 ME- ,
ST. AUGUSTINE BR. Fla. rm; patio; $77.14 mo. Priced to sell at $21400. or 1022 N.W. 22nd: Avenue. REDFRANKSREALESTATE Main St. Formerly occupied by' TEN acre parcel available at ping. $60 per month,409 N. E. 6th St. '
VA loan; alr-cond. & appl. optional. this time. Perfect home sites. _
BEACH 6th St. Call FR 21391. '
Make offer, FR 22341. RANCHETTESNEWBERRY NE 11th Dr. 3003. 4 BR. IV* Associates Discount. Call 372-7470 $1,450 an acre. 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & i
Brand new duplex opposite home- baths CCB home with air-con .or 3724065. clean. For married couples onssoonadee..ttCallo37F7844.Rent
marker No. Won the Inter. OWNER. Income property. close- ROADvSilarn. ditioner. Tappan elec. range & 180 ACRES available $145.00 an re*.. L
coastal Canal atCRESENT In. Lg. house garage apt. Bar. sites, tlnan central heal Low down payments A BIG WHITE COLUMNED TEN unit apt. house. excellent acre. Fenced and cross fenc EAST SIDE p
BEACH gain for cash. Phone 372-7143. ALACHUA REALTYAssociates of $89.16. Call 372- PORCH graces the front of this Gainesville location I apts fur ed. Good ranch. 60 acres In per. '' with .
completely furnished. M ft. pier 23 SE 4th Ave. 104 after S & weekends. modern home situated on wood fished Income $450 monthly. manent pasture. GARDENAPARTMENTS AIR-CONDITIONED trailer
Approx. to BR. bus line to I
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large lot. many extras. Write Member Multiple Listing REDUCED TO $12. 00. $1,200 eq ed hill top lot In desirable North.west. 6- P69. town It Univ. t&S per mo. FR }.
for details and photos. Price reduced IMMEDIATEOccupancy Smith, Broker uity. $77.50 Mo,' Includes taxes 3 large bedrooms.. 2 luxur FARM land. 160 acres for $145.00an 3.2914. )
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for quick sale.JOHN ious baths modem kite hen
Mabel L Gore. Associate and Insurance. 3 BR. Tile bath. acre. Off Newberry and $57 per month upGainesville's Rule I
A. HART with built In 4 oven. .
range Archer.
kitchen. Come by 1318 Road.FORDYCE
374-2441 Built in
Realtor 635 N.E. 1st St. Phone 42 Farm & Acreage Finest h
dishwasher. Spacious step-down
N. E. 20th Place. 376-2192. air CondVtloned :
2 SM. furnished apt*
Granada .. King St. livingroom, separate din I
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St. Augustine. FloridaVA room. Florida room with sliding RETREAT FROM THE HEAT I i Furnished or unfurnished FRN pets. i'
4-2927 MOVE INTO YOUR OWN I'M LONESOMEIs glass doors to patio. Luxurious To country living In Los Trancos Inc. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- Call J-4428.
MODERN HOME ON FORDYCEREALTOR wall to wall carpeting, central Woods. 2.4 Acres for only $365 924 West University Avenue ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- NEW 2 bedroom mobile home water
3 BR. 1 bath, 3 blocks Jg.U RENTAL BASIS BEFORE the sad cry of these empty heat & air conditioning for year down. Paved road frontage 374-1234 9608. furnished 1 mile past Glen 1
wood school. Stove car houses. Only you can do something round comfort. REALISTICALLY school busses utilities. Drive Springs on 23rd Blvd.. George
pet $500 down $95 mo. No I YOUR LOAN CLOSES. about another look PRICED at $23.000. Call 374- west on Newberry Rd.. turn right 43 Colored EFFICIENCY apt. for settled Orton.
closing cost, $12400 total. FR Priced from $12,750 to $18450 and LET'S OTa 0817. SR 241. Watch for the sign on Property couple or settled single woman.
2-4040. 52$ NW 34th Terr. NO MONEY DOWN VA right. No pets. 703 NE 6th St.

',J A HOME for Florida. Lg. open pay only $100 closing 2141 N.W. 49th TERR. BUILDING? We have JUST LIST. -Selling Florida Since 1904" HOMES FOR SALE 46 Unfurnished ;Aph."a 1
living area with walnut Best terms FHA 3-2 Outside City $14400 ED a nice lot In Northwest section Ralph Realtor 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean
'I built-in planters 24 pansling ft. Free lifetime Swim Club Memo Roman Patio 3459 N.W. 16th AVE. on paved street with all FOSSEY SE 7th Ave. Some no down"pay. freshly paInted. Orkin treated 2 BR. duplex apt. $50 per me. j
,I sliding glass doors opening onto bershlp. Walk to Schools. Yes this home has e Roman NEW 4-2A A. Lot. $25,000 city con v e n fences available. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1359 ment. Some small down pay monthly. Water furn. Phone 2M7 S. E. 45th Terr. Call 372-
rely 314 N.E. 44th STREET Trees. $3,000. Call 376-0117. ment. Monthly. payment $57 to 374-5883.
enclosed covered patio. 3 BR. HUGH EDWARDS Truly a hometo Member Multiple Listing 2372. ;
$45. Also homes built
ones. master size 3-1 Small D.P. $10,000 on your
2 baths central airconditionIng be proud Four
and hating eat-In kitchen INC. bedrooms. two glamorous bathS. 607 N.W. 19th AVE. BUDGET MINDED? Try this neat For Sale lot for no down payment.Call PRIVATE 1st floor efficiency 2 47 Houses for Rent Furn. \
bath utilities furn. Off
with built-in stove. dishwasher living room with handsome 3-2 A BEAUTY 117.soo352S 3 bedroom 2 bath CCB home bated TOMMY RIDGELL rm H
long family N.W. 7th PLACE on pine shaded landscaped : Builder Phone FR 2-4125 street parking no pets. 15 SW !
schools. large
and disposaL Close to fireplace
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St.
2nd PL GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom
3-2 Ocala Blk. $19.100 lot where the azaleas are LAKE ,
t $22400. 922 NW 36th Terrace. room opening on t err a c% 60 ACRES FORDYCE RENTALS
Week days after i. FR 4-4945. 3721551CA'REFULI a kitchen to delight the heart of 3449 N.W. 16th AVE. blooming. Only $400 down & $55 SUMMER rate. 1 Br. "duplex houses month or year. Mathewson
NEW 3-%. W A. lot $2X500 appx. $89.50 per mOo Incl. tax. Manor. Call 475-P81.
p any woman. $31.710 with $2.000 2 Miles North of High Springson SEVERAL attractive homes see at 529 SE 1st Ave. Call
WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD down and balance to be arranged. es & Ins. Convenient location. the Bland Road available and also apart FR 2462S.EFFICIENCY.. FURNISHED air conditioned J
distance to schools. 3 Call
Walking 376-0817.
I Assoc NE 14th'Ave.
Consult Fordyce 1101
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ments. Call or Contact For- Br. 2
baths home In Skyline UNIVERSITY'REALTY
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BR water furn. 3505
: Inc. 376-1236, Excellent I neighbor.
ates. (28 In Soil
dyce: & Associates. Inc 926
hardwood floors NEAR LITTLEWOOD
Heights Study -WEST- NW 17th St. $35 per mo. Call FR 64898.FURNISHED .
built-in range & oven. Cent. Protect yourinvestment WOOD SCHOOLS- Modern 3 38 Acres of West University Avenue, 376- McKinney' Green. Inc. 372-3417. hood f 1130 per moo
J heat. Shaded back yard. Call Architect bedroom 2 bath central heat 10 Pines 1234 223rd bedroom house.
Acres In
3744642. built In kitchen.. Large lot. Cultivation DELIGHTFUL surroundings. W. Blvd. Phone FR
designed accounts for the beautyIn 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. PRICED BELOW $20,000. Good : 12 Acres of Woods 44 Cottages for Rent Furnished. 2 large rooms. Private sJi.
this three bedroom two bath 1500 ft. on paved HiWay bath and entrance. Cou
terms. .
1 M. Munroe. Realtor Call 3744817.REDFRANKS
YOUNG Don't buy a new 3 or 4 bed- centrally heated and air-condi Ass: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank FOR RENT 1 bedroom cottage ple. First floor. 708 E. Univ. FOR RENT furnished 2 BR home
room. One Bath house. Hugh tioned home. Large living room Roby, Roy McCann T. C. Douglas REALESTATEClaude 120 Acres reasonable. Inquire at 2121 NW10th Ave. on Lake Santa Fe available now.
Edwards Inc. recognized the National with fireplace. spacious Florida I P"FR M169. or 372 SAM..
:1 1 AMERICA Trend away from the one room. Completely built to elect Jr. M. "Red" Franks. Realtor St. 'FURNISHED apartment. Near
: bath home In 1943. Hugh Ed- tric kitchen with stainless steel 3 BEDROOM 2 bath Florida Myrtle Lasslter AssociateW. PAVED HIGHWAY AND business center. Water Furn 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban
wards no longer builds 1 bath countertops. First time offered. room large utility room 2-car E. "Bill" Harris Associate COUNTY 45 Furnished Apts. ished. $60. Phone FR 2-1823 or home. Plenty ef April close.to
.. HOMES homes. Located near J. J. Finley School. carport. Lot 100 x 175' N. W. 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 374-0817 ROAD FRONTAGEWill 23794. school. Available 1st. SIMper
$3X50000. Consult Fordyce a> location near elem e n tar y Complete Real Estate Service consider selling 1 BEDROOM air conditioned month. Call FR 2-4957 U J.
) Member MULTIPLE LISTINGBY in 40 acre tracts furnished apartment. New FOR sale or rent furnished du- 6th St.
They are obsolete Associates Inc 376.1234Genteel school. Phone FR 63669. plex apt. 17 miles east of Moratto 2505 NW.
PRESENTS Edwards Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd
Choose modern Hugh
I BRICK TWO BATH home. You'llenloy SKYLINE HEIGHTS OWNER, 2 BR. house; large 1 Mile North of City Limit Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. Gainesville near Melrose access 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house,
l NEW your two bath more and Living 3 BR 2 bath home family comer lot; 3304 N. W. :3rd St. High Springs 1 block from campus. Occupancy to lake Santa Fe. Phone In Brooker. Dial 485-4W. I
TeL FR 20783. 475-5571. G. P. Rippey Melrose
get more resale for your will room. LR It DR. central heatIng by February 25. NW
t MODELS Is descriptive of you Fla. 2 BR furnished house 505
home. Homes priced from $13.VA. >- lead In this ttrhn two bed- t AC. 4 blocks to elementary BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath, dishwasher Don Witherspoon WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. or 14th Ave. No pets or small l chil
OPEN 10 a.m. Til Dark 450. home. Centrally heated t Jr. High Schools. 1 blk. swimming pool privi 2 girls $15 week to share ROOMMATE wanted to share 2 dren. $100 per mo. Phone 3742823. -
rand beautifully appointed. plan to nursery school & 300 Club. leges. Small down payment. VA per BR apt. with 1 girl. 27 yrs. old \
I FEATURES: no money down, pay only ned for'economical living. This $2,000 down (Including a 11 mortgage. Phone 374-1583. REALTOR-BUILDER 2. Br. home with young divorcee. at 1823 NW 5th Ave. Apt. 3.
$100 of closing cost. FHA $500 home can be handled with a costs), approx. $140 per mo. 454-1727 High Springs Call 485-2735 after 5 p-m. Mon. Call 3725785 after 5:30 Mon. 2 BR. furnished house. M7 NW. I
Fireplaces down. no closing cost. small down payment of $30000 1019 NW 36th Dr. Shown by appointment WESTMORELAND. 3 BR. 2 bath, thru FrL. or anytime weekends thru Sat.AVAILABLE. 31st Ave. House open. Call FR t
Screened porches
and monthly payments of only only. FR 4-4628. Ig. kitchen. built-in range & oven. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 24144. t
Custom kitchen cabinets HUGH EDWARDSINC. Including tax and Inter. sep. dining room. Ig. living room. RURAL PROPERTIES SUMMER specIal. 1 & 2 Bedroom for summer trimester
Oversized bathrooms $73.00 Total $13.30000 Consult A TWO bedroom frame house In oak parquet floors double carport apartments. well furnished quiet 1 and 2 bedroom furnished NW section. 2 bedroom duplex: 1
Plus many other custom est. FORDYCE I ASSOCIATES beautiful country s u rround- Ig. corner lot. 11500 for ROBERTS C SMITH REALTOR location couples only', no pets apartments. Some air- with carport kitchen equipped.
features NE. 16th Ave. and 15th St. INC 374-1234. Ings 10 miles west of G'vllle equity & assume VA loan. No U.$. hwy. 441 Mtcanopy, Fla. $100 per mo. L J. Moratto 2505 cond i tloned. Near University. Phone after 5 P.M. Monday 37. ,
VA & FHATERMS 3721551. lust off Newberry Road. Willreasonable closing costs. Monthly paymentsof Ph. 444-3120 NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. 916 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR -2664. 2594.r" .
discuss offer. Call $12522 Includes taxes & ins.
4 BEDROOM 2 bath home wit!: Cathedralceilings 372-46 15. See at 807 NW 40th DR. FR 6- 1
heated pool. NW section lust out In this lovely home. I It Is 1760.
Of city. 123.000. Phone FR 25489. truly' one to cherish. Four bedrooms
' Walking distance to elementary two baths large living $300 DOWN 37 Real Estate ExchangedWILL
4 BEDROOMS. 2 bath. centra I
fenced patio modern kitchen
a. Jr. High Schools. Shopping & room
heat. Located In N.E. Section. with built in stove and '
$300 down pool privileges Ph. oven. s e pa r ate dining room. $300 DOWN will buy this attractive exchange $1300 equity on i
374-1835. large utility storage double carport 3 bedroom masonry home. 3 BR house In Tallahassee for
2 BR. CCB house. furnished or this lovely' home resting-In Ira vacant so you can move rightIn. like amt. In Gainesville. Within WE REPEAT !!
unfurnished on beautiful landscaped a beautifully landscaped yard. NO QUALIFYING NECESSARY 3 tnln. of FSU. 372-2324.
AMERICA lot. Furniture and house Priced at $27,500 CONSULT and you name FOR !
like new. Equity & take up pay. your terms. 38 Real Estate Wanted
ments. 230 SE 71st St. Phone I DYCE fc ASSOCIATES SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 bath ;
HOMESNW ,372-8949 after 4 P.M. and all 374-1234. home on large corner lot. Faml-
day SUnday.UNFURNISHED. ,. ly room utility room terrazzo WANT TO BUY
34th & 7th Avenue Colonial floors. built in oven and range .
CCB house for central heating system and car 2 or 3 bedroom home with
Phone 3727070FOR sale 3 BR. 1 bath. cent. heat home with traditional charmso port. IT'S V A C A NT. OWNER family room and 2 baths. Kitchen j
I built-in oven & range. Locatedon beautiful with lovely trees and READY TO SELLI must be equipped. Central
SALE U. of Fla. Flavet 3 & paved street. Nice yard. shrubs abounding. Only' $22,500one heat preferred. Must be priced
4 unit apt. bldgs. Ideal for lake Phone 374-0880 between 5 P oM. of a kind: located In finest DUPLEX Near the University right with reasonable down pay WE WILL NOT
u place or Inexpensive rental un and 7:30 P.M. weekdays and N.W. neighborhood. Con suit 2 bedroom apartments kitchen ment. Write to Box 345-A
J its. Must be moved from Unlv week-ends.: FORD YCE & ASSOCIATES equipment Included. ONLY Gainesville Sun.MOBILE.
property 1462 by Apr. 30. Phone 376- WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just breakIng INC. 37-1236. $14.800 !OWNER WILL FINANCE I
ground on new Imaginative
BY OWNER :I. bedroom homell Now Is the time to buy HOMES
CCB home. Located at 310 NW under contract & choose der FORDYCE John Merrill FEDERAL QUALITY
20th Ave.) Down payment only thru out. Lloyd D. Myrlck, Bldr
$300 $50 monthly phone 4-273-: FR 2-5489. 1 Mi. N. on 441

Rule 3 BEDROOM X bath home separate AssociatesInc. Realtor at City Limit Sign
1 BR. m baths carpeting & other dining room. Take advantage MULTIPLE LISTING CALL 372-5113
features. Ideal for small chil- of owners having to I Phone 372-1494. TRADE
dren. Close to schools. 719 NW move S have spacious rooms i ASSOCIATES WE BE UNDERSOLD I
19th Lane. FR 2-3714. .> wardrobes In new home area MARCELLA PARDIW. FOR ANYTHING
Rule among young executives. 51',- REAL ESTATE EXCHANGERS I H. BUCKHANNAN
NE section for sale by owner. 2 REALTORS i
BR Ig Fla. mr. Ig. landscapedlot. : $40 A MONTH. New 2 BR. CB Grace S. Fordyce. Mary Moeller
FHA $1X000 $400 dn. 175 home, terrazzo floor Ig. tot, lowdown E. W. Moeller. Harvey Benton
mo. 1515 NE 6th Terr. Cart FR payment See at. 222 S.E 924 West University Avenue
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54 Badness Rcsrtah 66.Misc."Fer Sal S 66 Mile..,., Sal*. 77; .Mobs*: Hofwt for Sale 85 Automobiles for SUOLDS '
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'CLASSIFICATION BNDEX 3 'STORES FOR' RENT' oft 'South FOR' SALE CHEAP, Restaurant GREENHOUSE'frame '& shed f McMURRAY Mobile Home Sales. "
r Mam. Phone FR 6.C$6'or 6.In's. formica counter.MIS 24 stools wolmanized lumber aluminum $-1$ wide.il or 2 BR. used lake CHEVY 1957 station wagon V-a. Good 6 i. 'e stk. VOLKWAEN. 1943 AM-FM r.
I I S equipment. Complete 'fountain roof kerosene heater, ft tank. or house trailers from U95.. 1 excellent cond. new tires. cli blt White wall ..
and short order equipment. 52* See after 4 pjn. 3923 NW 15lh office Trailer, for rent or .. Best offer. .Phone 372-4423 or Good running cond. $225. Ronnie new. 5. t 372-449
t ANNOUNCEMENTS' MERCHANDISE 2117 N. W. 4th ,St. Modern. Call FR 2-0759 or 2-9207. Mr. St. 3 mL So.'of Starke on '301. 944 FRG4356. Young, 3.s.
'; 1 1 U MeiMrUMSCart J'n I Ii I Building Over 1000 so. ft. .page. 571.. Greene Oaks Restaurant. 010$. .1941 Fiesta 9 IMPALA 1940 4 sedan. Power
of TkaakaS Waat 4 U B. For office eeretail outlet,zoned pas
with air-conditioning, brakes, automatic -
a S I CHEVY 1959 Biscayne 4 dr. 4 cylinder pr steeri
AT. la
i Lest FMM lIadl.l"fT B-A-i.
GRANDFATHER type clocks $30. ,HOOVER ST. Radio best offer. Ph. Ford Galaxle 500 4-dr. Sedan and
4 PersoBAllset gervleea 3I a.u ac MaterialsM E. C. (CURLY) KUEHN, JR. Misc. furniture, ,electric meat FR 4-7337. 1185 1957 C. big engine Mater. FR 2. or FR 62696.JL .
Travel ImlurmmUm Hmuekel Geots6S Broker' slker $25. Power mower $15. Vacuum,. like new, ,WSS $69. WYATTTrailer Rule 2 dr. Sedan
.'t S BpeeUl KeUeea *.t1u. eaM 43$ N. Main St. Tel. FR 4-2032 Doors nails. 31$ SE 2nd St. Now $29. $ $5 lui hardtop with

, 1 FterteteBaay Miae. F.r Sal* LARGE house recently redecorated : THE KIRBY CO. DODGE '54, 2-Tone blue and air $395. 15 Enl Ford wagon
, a Sttten. out Can 41 Traitor PMtaM I with wallpaper Inside. Zoned SINGER portable sewing machine 712 N.,Mate. FR 4-7110 or 6-1117 white 4-dr. R&H AT. W- w.oneowner. $295. M 372-7.
I Places '1'. Go A 4 Article Waste i I I'I1IIap B-A-l 2111 N., W. 4th St. $35 cash. FR 2-1557. Mr. Emer- SalesHome Must see & drive to appreciate. -
T. Bee Fsl 00 We.*s I'' E. C. (CURLY) K EHN. ;JR. sor. FR 24772.' PONTIAC 1955, two tone pait
?. Boate Maria E.eJ.. Broker WHY take o chance? For rebuilt of loaded with extras for
: AUTOMOTIVE 71 Cp .......--. ANTIQUE brass plane lamp telephone washers and dish washers or Pacemaker Mobile Homes FORD 1954. standard shift 4 cyU week. Call BD 37'2-374. H & H
'II M Aintlaae Sales-BeBtale 7* Office E.elBBMe* I 43 N. Main st. Tel. FR 4-1032. box large carved buffet for repair service. Call FR .- Shasta and Alrstream radio. Good condition. Price S27S Motors. .
7X MaalceJ MereaaaJlMREAL mahagony sewing cabinet 0267. Travel TnUenOcalll's
\ : or make offer. Call 374JS82.
TI MeftBe Heaves It* Bale. 1943 air conditioned,
record cabinet solid walnut A-I HANDYMAN SHOP : First Mobile Home PNTIAC
7* Track fur Bale ( 56 Business OpporhtBhSe single bed 2 commodes. Western Dealer Since 1948 FORD 1959 Ranch Wagon. V1 ri ht power steer

> .11 Tracks Waste ESTATE FOR SALE .saddle and bridle. Also odds SUNBEAM electric shaver broken 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. engine. Standard shift. Good I Ph 35.
M Tractors *Track Beatala ESTABLISHED grocery'store. real and ends. FR "1213. Treasure S Hi-Fi, fire-side set. wool Phone 429-1358 condition. Phone 442-1142, Alachua. RAMBLER Classic 1943. white 2-

:"*S Trailer Kemtals SS Let far Sato estate stock and..fixtures. Excellent chest at Fairbanks.' Turn left blankets sandwich grill ft hot- Ocala Fla. door, power .t R&C

( flM.eyeI.i SeeeUiiM S4 Waterfrent PropertyU opportunity, reasonably at Gulf Station. plate. FR 64301.COLLAPSIBLE LANCER 41, mod-770 4 Dr. s-SHck. be financed .
AaUauhU Kepaln ,
U AiUsMaltes fr Sato Haues *or Sate priced.Investing.Worth Robert Investigating C. Smith and, ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna CAMPER. '63 '61, 45 x 10' 2 BR. Richardson. new tires. 39,000 mL BaL $960. m ec c FR 2.
M Svao Can M Cottages For Bate Ph. 444-3120. Double stack complete. Nothing modeL Erects quick. Good cond. Like new $2,700 or best offer. Mr. Batwln 374-4404. RAMBLER '5$, 4dr. HT, heater.
Realtor Micanopy.
S7 Real Kttate Exchaace else to buy $15. Brants. Mattresses. Down $50 since Call FR 42970.COLLAPSIBLE very good cti All

DUCATIINALI U Seal ef Estate Teva Waste OTHER business forces me to 513 'N.W. tth Avenue. Mar. 22, 1526 NE 12th Terr. CAMPER. 43 MERCURY 1954. 4 dr. hardtop Interior... P 376-79. after vi iheffesl

\\\1 11 1IdtM.. fcutnetteIt 4* BasJseii ProBeriiee Property sell grocery business.store this all week.colored USED Chain ,Saws $50 up. New 4 SINGLE beds with mattresses modeL Erects quick. Good cond. loaded with extras for $$ a week.
Mule. D.ackg.Wsat.Jstnct1. Doing good 4 chests of drawers. 4 plastic Foam mattresses. Down $50 Call BUI 3723749. H & H Motors. ALPINE
4 $89.95. We
j U BesUeatUI Iseone down payment.' FR hp saws repair SUNBEA 16 $1.
am. chairs 4 end tables 1 coffee
M since Mar. 22. 1526 NE 12th -
41 Fan ft FR 2-0641. all chain saws fc lawn mowers. or
7 s
t Acreage 4-7231, after 7 p.rru table with 2 matching end tables Terr. N. W. 19th 3
41 CeJere Rental S Chain saw rentals McCutloch. OLDS '5$. Fiesta station
1 Preasrfr 61 Wanted to Buy t platform rocker. 1 occas- wagon
:EMPLOYMENT 41 CeJere Property Salts Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton sional chair, 1 drop leaf table. YES, we con be undersoldBUT AT PB ps W-W, R&H. s VW60, Kin Ghia, H-T excel !-
11 Work Waste Mate dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Low 3001 NE 13th 3009 63 Rambler
mirrors. 1 kitchen- cabinet -
4 sm. 1
to U.S.' ft foreign NOT WITH EQUAL $1 c l r4
IS Wart WaaU4 Female WANT buy i 4-3411. .
RENTALS 1 32" Kenmore heater S
coins old ft new. Rebeltamp space QUALITY.WE FR.2.Ru Classic 4-dr 660'.
14 Bate* Help WaaU* Park. luat
with oil drum. 1 36"
ft Coin Shop $09 W. Univ. Ave.. ANTIQUE heavily carved walnut gas DON'T SELL CHEAP- air
15 Bete-Male .r restateU 44 Cettac Fer 'Beat. Gainesville. Fla. library table from the estate of range, 1 14 cu. ft. GE refrigerator IBS. er, conditi and out.leat
p t. Mai* Bet Wsate" 41 FuBiake ...... Dorothy Dlx $100 or best offer. with freezer chest across WE ONLY SELL CHEAPLY. lie n
DrasxaUo 49 Cafarabae Apia ELECTRIC or gas ceramic kiln. FR 4-4454. top separate door.' 1 44" open Town ft Country. 3860 SW Archer I $2395
I :11 F..... Belt Waite 47 Bea-sc ler Beat ....... Contact Allen Edgar 372-595. or book case. 4 sm. table lamps Rd. NEW 1964
!. 4$ Bease for Beat 11..... after 4 P. M. 372-1743. S S CLOSE OUT SALEOn 2 pole lamps, 1 floor lamp. FR GMC
1958 MICHIGAN Arrow, 38 X f.
41 Keens Beat
-- fir WANTED water cooler, most be WaHpaper. 9c a Roll 2 BR completely turn. Sm. down
t s Fera Eaaiaaeat M Betel a.... priced :reasonable and in good HARPER PAINT CO; UNUSUAL BARGAIN:. Watertighttank. payment. Take up monthly pay. PICKUP TRUCKSAS 62 RAMBLERAmbassador
n r.e4 A FertllberSS SI M ... BeatateS1A working condition. Call 372-8441. IB S.W. 7th St. 372-044 12' L, 9W, r H. Detach ments. Total price $1378. Call 400. wide bucket
j LtreaUek .ppU.i Waste Ti Beat able entrance hatchway,' bunks '
ext. 20 $-5 weekdays. Abe Mills. 376-4284.
2I LejUseaatns' Tap 80 U Bearten Waste FOR SALE blower, air pipes. Designed as AS seats. Auati traisi
'J1 Pete a Sap,_.. M Office Desk I,... WANTED 20 gallon aquarium Pansies In Blooml fallout shelter but usable for radio, CNDI
SI LIveatMk Waited S4 a....... Zulus S with or without .pump filter, 1.00 per doz. Phone 372-0621) many purposes. List $1,400 now 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE LOW TIONED power steering p
etc. Reply Nik Gravenstetn 101 S6OO.-F R '4-2377. \ 175 Down steer power brakes.
I GE Hotpolnt 1 ton air conditioner. '
FINANCIAL SERVICE NW 44th St.. or phone FR 2- 5 I.
11X100 BTU. 110 Volt. $100. HOTPOINT refrigerator excellent
M ........ Of,ertaaUiM M Special Burden 3584 Phone FR 2-3$1. condition., $50. Call before 2 63 ECONOLINE VAN Owner $2295
*7 MeacT U ..... S3 B... latpreveateate WANT TO BUY 1 to 4 bird dogs. P.M.. 372-4158. driven, excellent condition, clean AND
fit If entices *4 Radii TT BerThs Call 372-6733 after 5 pjn. CUT & pattern glass Antique low mileage $1,600. Ph. 462-1840
: II ais7 WaaU4 II Aapllasee Farattare dining room set, and chest of after 4 p.m.
WE S BUY and sell all kinds of furniture drawers. New set I of Birch 62 RAMBLER
stoves refrigerators. wood kitchen built Ins. Many 70 Boats-Marine E4ui,. FOR SALE cheap V* ton '51 Ford 5633 Pet Month inchdins tax, title, Custom 4-dr. automatic -

clothes. radios TV. etc. Call other Items. -T-shop"", H'wey pick-up good tires ft motor. FR radio, Sa condi
23937. 100 S ml''"- S. Starker I life insurance heter.
Houses FR 2-1540 financing charges.NO Individ
: 47 Houses for Rent Fura. 48 for Rent Unfura. IS FT. open-cock pit offshore t pr
MAN OR WOMAN 15' FIBER glass boat motor & fiberglass boat complete controls I ,rll lit A teautKful
trailer. 80 Tractors fir Truck Rentals Cm be bought at these ,
$425.00. Saw mandrel .
lights. 10 & 5 gal. tanks Ca
I "X, BR house with tile bath par. NEW 3'BR,- 2 bath brick house with 20- blade S. 4V4 hp gas I ,...0P. Johnson tilt trailer, skis I hr.a stock t choose from.' S S $1695

qua floerv & T-V antenna. Avail. with built In range. Large TOY ROUTEVERY motor. 7W table saw. SpraypaInt ski ropes belt life preservers anywhereIn
RENT a truck one-way
shady lot 4 miles of outfit. Racing Go Cart
Apr. let. Cad 374-1748. s. Univ.
SMALL STARTING ft ladder. 1100. Phone 3725738. Pontiac
the USA. from United Rent- Tropical
on 441. $121 per mo. Phone 372- 2-cyl. engine. shopHway '
X BR furnished house within walkIng 2954- CAPITAL 100, S mL S. Starke. Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-2835.
distance of Med. Center. 17 FT.. Span American with $5 OPEN 8..8MON.SAT.

; Avail. ,Apr. li. Phone 376-2435. 3 BR, itt bath' family room, GOOD INCOME BICYCLE good condition. Phone hp Mercury. ,Tilt trailer. MotorIn 83 Motorcycles fir Scooters GMC Truck Center
Half. dining room. walking distance OPERATE. FROM HOME FR 22573. 325 N. W. 7th Ter. excellent condition. Boat has .
to elem. Ir.| high schools city SEVERAL CHOICE I Bimini top, cruise tanks. Ride 20 N.W. 8th Are. FR 2-3582 Meet our salesmen:
1 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec guide steering, amp. and water Car
park. NE section. $125 per mo. TERRITORIESAVAILABI.E 1957 ALLSTATE scooter In good II Daverporf P. G. ,
tion. Call FR 27154. Phone 372-1402, before 5 P., M. SOON BRAND NEW 1964 pressure gauge. Marine horns running condition. Needs little Elmer Miller, Clint Fle
or 374-5013 after 5 P.M. MODERN HOME railing and compass. WILL DEAL. body repair. $65. Call FR 64014. ing end Albert Plant
and also FR 6-2085.' Boat can be seen at sales
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished brick GAINESVILLE 31$ NW 13th St. manager.
Lake City Ocala Automatic sewing machines buttonholes 1962 50 CC DUCATI.I Good condi
houses. $90 per mo. 209 ,N. E. Perry fancy stitches. Etc tion. $95. Call FR 20659. after
2nd Avenue. Phone FR 2-4065. 14" FIBERGLASS Sea-breeze 35
J BR. .1 Bath unfurn. at 1421N. Trenton Leesburg Full size head. hp Evlnrude elec. Seminole BF 6 pjn. DODGE DART sedan: '. 61 VALIANT

W. 13th St. S80 mo. Call UniversitY 3 BR, 1 baths central heat Plus several other areas Only $88 trailer. 9 mos. old. $1000 2010N. 1955, CUSHMAN Scooter. Good ,
Realty, 372-4351. $110 a month. 1941 NE 15th St. 11) W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 W. 13th St. running condition. Recently over Mr Sedan automatic tr'M
McKlnney Green Inc. FR 2- WE will appoint sincere man SEWING MACHINE hauled and $150. PhoneFR heater clean,
1217 NW painted. missi
BR house. fenced yard
.30tt Avenue. Phone 376-2927. Rule 3617. or In woman establishing to use and our sales servicing aids SERVICE CO. 16'Phone CABIN FR CRUISER 2-5689. and trtler. 4-3128 after ':30 ".m: (Includes Heater S 1 9 9

FOR kitchen.RENT comer 3 BR.lot.2 2 bam blks.built-in from I service number"TOY of sensational SHOP" Displays self-varIety WAR surplus condition mine detector, used, excellent by- 1961 H.P.THUNDERBIRD i Gale. Excellent Boat.condition.14'. 40 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS SPECIAL AT "0 $995

Metcalfe School ft |Ir. high. 143 49 Rooms For Rent in markets etc. You drug.get expert plumbers & treasure hunters Very little running time. Mitchell .
NE 15th Terr. S125 per month. stores Company advice and gui $SO.. Call 374-5347 after 7 P.M. tilt trailer. 4 life ,preserv- SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY 60 Chevrolet

Call 372-573L must replace ers all weather rubber anchor.All Your car's pep & power show .
dance. However you FORMAL wedding & veil -passenger station wagon Imatl
NICE room, close In. Private gown with tune-up at BROWN'SSERVICE
en- up a
toys each week and called size 7. Ortg. cost running gear. $995. Phone low mile
3 BR. masonry home with gas trance, all channel antenna. Off $150 win sell CENTER. Guaranteed Poole-Gable radio heater
FR 2- 46 or 4-4957. Motors
money. for half price. Phone
John Merrill, 376-7894.
range $85 per mo. street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd ONLY FEW recapping t. wheel alignment.
\. Realtor, 372-1494. Place. FR 22512. REQUIRES KENMORE electric range.40'S 14' CORRECT-CRAFT Atom Skier, 809 N. Main. FR 4-4310. $1395
HOURS EACH WEEK wide, auto. oven 4 warming 60 hp. Graymarine ft trailer. All (Dodge-Dart-Dodge 'Trucks)
FORDYCE ROOMS for men. Weekly maid THIS Is not a lob but I chanceto compartment. $25. Phone 376- I In good condition. See at Gator
\ Several lovely -homes ,available I service. Linens and refrigerator get Into something you may 781$ Marine. E. Univ. Ave. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343
at this time.FORDYCE furnished. 372.111.5.WOMEN have always wanted a business 59 BUICKLeSabre
J ASSOCIATES INC. of your own. One that can FRIGIDAIRE Ironer heavy duty.I 16' CROSBY. fiberglass. SO H.P. CHEVROLET, 1962 Greenbrier, *
924 W. Unlv. Ave. 376-1236 MEN -' Rooms and be handled In spare time and good condition cost $200 Sell I Evinrude. Top windshield and passenger station wagon Radio -4111 stati wagon,
apartments, near Campus. Day. still leave room for full time $50. Phone 4621661. I tilt trailer Reasonable. Call heater 4 speed trans, deluxe heater, power
UNFURNISHED 3 BR, house. Stove Week. Month. FR 6-2937 or FR expansion.NOT. FR 4-7419 after 5 or on week trim. 1795. FR 2-5547 steering and brakes. Vinyl
eV ,refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. 4-1082. A GET RICHQUICKSCHEME FORMICA showcase with register ends. Interior. Extra nice car.
Ave. Phone FR 4-J709 after 5:30 I well & sliding doors like CHEVROLET 1958 wagon, 4 dr. $995
PM. for appt. NICE, quiet room carport ft tele- I new '112!. Call 374-9335 between 12' PLYWOOD boat ft trailer $75. You can buy this for only $8 $17 DOWN !
S phone, or kitchen privilege. $10 IF you have a desire to better $ a.m. & 3 p.m. Call GR 475-2920. Melrose. a week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H
3 UK home S90 per month, 2 BR weekly. FR 6-1961. yourself If sober honest Rule Motors. And a FREE Set of Seat Covers
home $40 per mo. Partly furnish- and really sincere have a car HOMART multi stage let pump 59 FORD
6 .eV 2 BR home $40 per mo., Fur QUIET, desirable In private home ft $29 (minimum required), apply like new pressure tank pipes CHEVY 55, R & H, standard on ANY 'Car You Own!
titished duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per Convenient to University and at once, giving comp let e & fittings.. S Call 495-2254 after 4 -72 Office. Equipment shift good condition $225. See S Country Sqire"sse,
I mo. Call FR 4-7444. town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace.' details about yourself phone p.m.BABY I to appreciate at 3205 NW 10th 1957 station ,
S S Call FR 4-5348 6-2100. number. Airmail or wire: bed stroller. car bed. Excellent St. Call FR 2-6804 anytime. CHEVROLE wagon, V-8. automatic automatic transmisi power

UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. A COMFORTABLE front room. 3 I quality ft condition. 1115 GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office heter, steering good steering brakes Factory
I with stove It refrigerator I MERCHANDISING CORP. CHEVROLET, 1956, 4 dr. This car ,
( windowS. off street parking gen- TOY NW 36th Ave. FR 6-3609. supply dealer,: Chesnut'sOffice per air coitiin.;
fenced back yard. J119 NW 7th Street Is going for only $8 a week. condition .
34-10 58th Equipment Co. Invites you i . .'. .S $595
tleman only. Call FR 6-5993.
Call 372-W32 FRS Call Bill 372-3749 H & HMotors. $895No
) Terrace. or Woodside 77. New York FEDDERS. 1 hp alr-cond. $65; to come in and shop, or call for ,

24179. In the ,thriving cosmetics Peters baby stroller $10; Babee free delivery. Chesnufs Office 1957 CHEVROLET, 4dr. sedan 6-cylinder.

l 2 BR house for rent, 4 miles ROOMS for rent for gentlemen.Maid INVEST Industry. 14 county distributorship tenda table .$15. Little Brown Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. CHEVY 1953 excellent/ con d., automatic radio heater Down Payment
Ice Chest $15. FR 2-2248. . $595
V narth of Gainesville on the Wal-! service, near the U of F. for sate. Will sacrifice. Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.TAX new brake system new seat
de Rd. 3741M2.UNFURNISHED ,112 N. W. 4th Ave. Call FR 44983. 387-A.' care of Gainesville covers, good tires an exceptional -
3! Write Box SPOTS before your eyes-on your TIME Adding machines and call 1956 CHEVROLE Bel-Air 4-dr. hardtop. 57 FORD. waoon $395
car. For a good buy.
tq 1 side of duplex new carpet-remove them with calculators. New and used. Parkers PLYMOUTH $395
after 6 P.M. all day 57
3 Jr. living rm. kit.. & bath 4<4 WANTED :mature working lady Blue Lustre. Rent electric shanv Complete Office Outfitters.The 376-9938 to-tone one owner -. $595
S mL from downtown $7S per to share 2 BR home in NW section I 64 Household Goods pooer $1. McDanlell Furniture authorized Olivetti Sat. 8. Sun. 57 CHEVY wagon S59S
S me. Call FR 2after 5 orS with working lady. Phone i I Co. Gainesville Shopping Cen Underwood Agent in Gainesville.Ph. CHEVY 1956 210. 4-dr. R&H V-8, 1955 FORD, Fairlane, new white paint, raio. 59 RAMBLER wag. $595
Sal&Sun. S 372-07M after 5 P.M.SIAWsated T-A-G APPLIANCESTested ter. AT excellent cond. real clean. 5295
372-2555. 601 W. Unlv Ave. heater automatic transmission 55 CHEVY:'4-dr. .
Price 450. Call FR 25450.CORVAIR
4BR 2 bath house for lease, 4 and Guaranteed MATCHING chest $22 dresser 59 OPEL, Sedan $395
miles west of town, $150 mo. Jo Rent 42 Refrigerators from S39 tip $20. Firm double bed $30 Sea- 73 Musical Merchandise Mania, '63, equippedwith 1959 RAMBLER station radio heater ;
Cll! 374-3401. 9 Ranges from $39 up ly twin $30. trunk $2.50 new radio, heater white side wagon, Many more to choose from

Rule 3 or1 snore' bedrooms' l' or"more 17 Dryers Washers from from S19$... up upS stove. FR 4-0410. ORGAN SALEOf wall tires.payments.1.000 actual small miles.equity. automatic transmission . $495

FO*, RENT 2 BR unfurnished bathroom unfurnished house.. Call 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up GOLF CLUBS. bag. cart guns. Christmas Left overs. All 'Assume. Will consider older car for flat 4-
1949 FORD pickup bed good.
house located 2111 NE 3rd PI. FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. weekdays 2 Dishwashers from $49 up TV hand tools. adding machine new organs. Savings up to 30 equity. Call owner at :3728441.ext. RIDGWAYMOTOR

S4S_ per mo. Phone 371-1490. or all day weekends.PHYSICIAN'S 10 TV Sets from $35 up I typewriter. calculator. per cent. Earl's Piano Co. 33, 8-5 weekdays. speed transmission e,. e e. $125
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Make offer. Phone 3725934. 702 W. Unlv. Ave. 372-2222
S family of three desires
3 BEDROOM living room. dining Ave.Ph. 372-5303 Chevy. 1955. Belair, V-I hardtop
room tile bath. Screened porch. 3 Bedroom 2 bath 419 NW 8th USED Maple sofa by Willett, $.40; I auto trans radio ft heater. CO.
Convenient to Shopping Center. home Unfurnished. FR 2-3021. ANTIQUE bowl ft pitcher set; 39" Bunk-Bed mattresses, like ORGAN( used. Hammond spinet Excellent. Price $495. Phone Sixth St. Motors

Water furnished. Available now. Blrdseye maple chest ft dresser new $25 for pair. Call FR 2- with tone cabinet. Bar- 3722056.CHRYSLER'S. 1132 S. Main St.
$.,. Phone FR 6-3070. 52 Boarders Wanted ; pair of reholstered red velvet 2125. gain $795. Gridley Music

S FOR RENT 2 BR vnfurnls e d Victorian chairs; Vktrolaj UNDERWOOD elec. typewriter Co. FR 2-5353. 2C31 N W 6th Street FR 6-4664 FRZ8433T
China cabinet
table -
S house located In NW section.FOR WOULD like to board the elder Oval library small hutch; 30" cot excellent cond. $175 1957 Chev.,

RENT 2 BR unfurnished ly best In food. best in care, pads;; new hospital bed; and other Vt ton pick-up excellent cond., EATHKIT, good F.M.performance.tuner. Good sensitivity $35.- _u ___ __
house located In NW section. no bed patients. Reply to box household Items. Nearly Nu S $595. Call 3764887.MAYTAG I Phone 3744009.WALNUT .
S Call 372-117 after 4 P.M. weekdays 384 A In care of Gainesville Furniture Shop, 324 NW 8th wringer type washer I
or all day Sunday. Sun. Ave. Phone 374-4892 $35. Call 442-149$ Alachua.
t Spinet prize winner.
I TWO story four bedroom Inside house., 54 Business Rentals 65 Antiques 23 WAITRESS uniforms. Mostly Save $200. Early American Ma-

2111 recently N. W.redecorated 6th St.. $90 mo. Tel. ,white.6-3604. Size, 14.. $50 for lot. FR ple. Was $795. Now $595.EARL'S SIMCA :
PIANO CO., 1025 W.
4-3V85, night & Sunday. FR 47142. WAREHOUSE space tor rent. Located -
at 42$ $. Main Sf.' Call ANTIQUE organ for sale. Can CLEAN your carpets ft rugs. like UnIY. Ave.
JOHN MERRILL. Realtor. FR 372-4310 new free use of carpet sham-
2 Bedroom house plus den, stove 3-1494. pooer. Call at Home Beautiful Automotive
furnished. $12S month. 26 S.W. _Furniture 1703 N. Main. Warranted For
Silt St. Call Gladys Smith OFFICE space for rent. Univ. 66 Misc. For Sal
Realtor. 372539X Ave. ft Main St. 2nd floor 20c ELECTRIC lawn mower. $25. Phone 77 Mobile Homes for Sale
S per sq. foot. John Merrill Real FR 2-447 1-Year

FOR RENT unfurnished house. 3 tors. 372-1494. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY
,' kit WILL sell for halt price. 4 58 GREAT Lakes for sale. excellent -
BR; living mx, dining mx Chairs low as $8. No money mo.
chen .2 baths garage & stor- AIR CONDITIONED down, low as $5 per month. old 1943 Automatic GE range. condition. Phone 372-6400
age. Stove & rtfrtg. furn. ,$U.Phone NEARLY t new modern office or Free estimates. pickup and delivery Very good condition. Call-374- after 4 P.M. 2 YEARS mC
372-CM. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. $036.FOR
All work
service. guaranteed. OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a
Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty
Phone 3767786.GIRL'S little to save a lot. Below market
2 BR. CCB S40 per mo. 7309 SE 1113 N.. Main St. SALE combination cutting
45tti Terr. Call FR 22372. torch with holes. Excellent clean. Lake Geneva Trailer
2 OFFICE spaces for rent) 2 heavy bicycle 26" for $20. dition. Price sos' 3831 SE con 15th Sales Rt. 100. SE Keystone YEARS
3 BR home with IV* acres of land Ideal for front office l'' Call FR 6-2444 or FR 4-8870. Hts. 3
located hi Orange Heights.. Ph. rooms room with back entrance. Will SL Phone 376-2744. I Fla.WE The BEST VALUES in Town are on our lot of values. NOW
442-1001: 9 CU. FT. Philco refrigerator, reasonably I BUY
rent separately or all together.Call "
376-1_ or come see between clean $50. Phone 376- LOVELY' mink cape collar make Our late model VALUE-RATED used cars are the 'Talk of the Town.

410.NW mo neat Call 2 BR 376-2W.7th bungalow_ St. : *Small S5 per days. 626 9 A.M.N. Main and 5 St.P.M. week 4382 NE 20th after PL S P.M. or see at 1113 offer. 62$cond..40,am.baby$10 washer FR bathinett 21783.J runs, perfectly excellent USED dollar MOBILE paid, phone HOMES.Top 374-0571.. 4 YEARS They have more VALUE and SHOW it. With outstanding extra

C x 30" MOBILE home, newly value features spelled out on a windshield label.

U I C ER all metal excellent constructed. 10 x 20' cabana. .. '
cond. Used 1 yr. Orig.. price 5 mlii. from campus. Town $> 62 OLDS 63 MONZA
1 SERVICESHome $138. Will sell for $45. See at Country Trailer Lodge. Ph. 63 CADILLAC
1 935 NE 3rd Ave. or calf FR 376-2865. W. A. Kelly.

3404 after 7 p.m.' F85 Radio heater Coupe. Bucket seats. Auto.Conditioner .
AIR conditioned, 50' x 10' mobile 5 YEARS Sedan De Vrile. Factory air c. ,
BABY bed & mattress good condition I home. Set up with 20' x 10' awn- ; mileage. auto. tr.n. power steer- ta

$15. Call FR 2-2172. Ing and yr TV antenna on One owner. l conlng.. Ls .than 23.00 $1895
shady lot In Hickory HUL Ready -eouifu

'. Home And Business CAMPING radial arm trailer saw;and HO equipment train, outfit } I for 3250.excellent Call FR Florida 4-4544 after living.5:30 --.- dition.about lsted n for ning miles.car. very g rn-

; record player; tape recorder PM.TWO $6,80.
; miscellaneous pieces of furniture SAVE 60
; B-flat clarinet; trumpet; bedroom house trailer, $900, CHEVROLE
_ _
Mortgage Broker several cameras and darkroom one bedroom house trailer sjso. Bl h'to -
.ADVERTISE IN TIlE Bulldozing equipment riding mower, set of Can be' rented. Phone 3744234 steerin brakes. Very
CERVICK: DmJX1'OBY: golf clubs; 3-bicycles.: See John S Monday to Friday 9.tc 5. 62 OLDSMOBILE f
SMAU. bulldozer loader, dump FORDYCE and Associates. Inc.. Teter, Alachua, late afternoon .62 CADILLAC cea.

trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top Conventional and F.H.A. loans and evenings. 1964 NOW MOBILE SHOWING HOMES /9\ Station lowmile.. $1295
Phone 372-7144. with low rates and long term
soil. wago.
loans our specialty. Quick courteous GAS WATER HEATER $2S allowance 1 end S bedrooms., oil Floor Sedan factory air. EcepSe.
BULLDOZERS .. Dragline Backhoe confidential service. Call for your old costly to Plans. Terms tailored to meet tional I Eelent.iti.
wheel tractors. motor 316-1236 or come by 924 West operate electric water heater. your budget. Drive a little and 63 FALCON
grader. Free estimates. W. G. University Avenue Grace For- Hot 'water at about half your save a lot at
(Buck) Johnson FR 44219. dyce. Realtor. present cost, with our LP gas. CONNOLLYMobile $385 Station Standard
_ wago.
Ask us. PROPANE' SW Archer Home Sales Inc. Low Clean.
PAINTINGPAINTING. I Road. FR 4-5110. 2 Miles North.on U. S. 441 62 OLDSMOBILE
Carpentry Phone 4224144
I 12 GA. shotgun new Rem. mod. Closed Sundays 61 CADILLAC 88 .*
Also Screens repaired 1100 with "B" grade fiddle back sd FatO Irr
GRADY CABINET WORKS window glass replaced. Phone II grain wood In stock ft forearm. .55-
Custom built cabinets and mold- FR 6-1283. Matching set of interchangeable 40MODELS Sedan De VHle. Factory pr $2395
inqsrefinlshing: and spray barrels. 26" cyL choke ft equipped. White.
paWthg. : PlumbingSEWER' 52$" full choke. Both barrels air. Fully .
1533 E. University Avenue S have vent. ribs ft have Ivory $3095 Sold
Phone 3724313 INSTALLEDNEW front sights ft metal middle ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE

fixtures, complete sights. Engraving on receiver. FROM LOWEST PRICES _ 61 OLDSMOBILE
WORK wanted: Carpenter desires used Gun Is like new. Orlg cost $281. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. AND IT COSTS ONLY '
plumbing service 98 "
work. Repairs remodel I n g. Fco
HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumkIng will sacrifice for $210. Call FR TRAILER MART 't c.
"- Ptt. 1-4102. air. .
FR 2-1589. 4-993 after 4 PM.' 'It all day Phone 328-1050 60 CADILLAC I _ _
Air Sat. & Sun. Hwy. 17. S
Conditioning $2195

RemodelingNEED MOVING this week several useful UNTIL 9 p.m. $1595 Factory air. _ 60 MERCURY
Items of furniture antiques, Sn
ART BALL Air conditioning An HOUR OF BEAUTY will makeS A NEW Florida room car- S end doming far sale. Good condition SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 $2595 MontcUir. H'top cu. V

(Hot Air-Mot water) heating,'and ,5 -"new you" at"MERLE STUDIo.Learn NORMAN pert petto acreened-4n porch low rices. CaB tar list EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA 60 OLDSMOBILE LeaTnerette interior, exceptionally -
refrigeration. Ph. 372-14U. IS COSMETICS etc.? Call now and get It done FR 21987.WEBCOR .
-5- 83 sedan. Power ,
professional make-up S Super fin cor
Years Experience.. for the summer months. Call S DELIVEREDIN
secrets by. trained beauty experts. 3724049 after 5 PM. for free HI-FI* phonograph 3 BIG SALE steering (brakes. $1295
diamond needle. excel-
,S13 W. Univ. Ave. FR speAker.
Appraisal; Service 2-3124. estimates. lent condition. A real value at CONTINUESWe GAINESVILLE $1495 _ _
BUILDING remodeling. painting only $35. Cad 3724441. ext. 33.

.FASCINATING profession.. Eager block and cement work. Good $-5 weekdays. Sold S 61 PLYMOUTH
AatNOLD'REALTOR 10 learnt If'you Qualify you wod{. Good prices. Phone 441872. *. HOga.4XrtTsinhayOut. 23 Will Why take a chance on high
B week while OLDSMOBILE
FRED earn 140-40 per 59
may .
In training for advancement to cars 4 engines. DbL power 'repair bills?. Your SIMCA ,is Station wagon. White. 6

REAL UTATE APPRAISAL supervisory capacity. For ,appt. pack. *. single., .Phone :3725487. -S backed by the longest and Super 88 h't sedan Fac cir. auoti trot

SERVICE call ".,410. S Not BeUndersold auto oir. .
1219-W. UNIV. AVE. PH 371-3532 Upholstery strongest warranty in 'uo Sr
motive history $1195 $1095
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS S49JO. Will sell 6 or more

,Appliance Repairs UPHOLSTER your furniture Call at at wholesale price. 485 .'4481.Brooker. : not all, SIMCA gives the 63 OLDSMOBILE _ _ _ _
FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER reasonable prices. Sally. _
Green's General Store. easiest handling. most comfortable -

SAleS and ServiceAtt CO. Experienced FR 69188.SewingAlterations. DANISH mod. Iv. nn. furniture and roomiest car In 88 Fac63 BUICK 62 PONTIAC

M. HANDYMAN SHOP of Fire Extinguishers$ dressing table desk. b. case, SO x 10 2 bedroom 1944 fully the field. BUT. don'tJust Dynamic sd.
First In Air Conditioning and types delivery service I rags dishes, Ironer. ste rexrtape furnished Mobile Home deliveredand economy for it. tory air, cr. Electra 225. H'tojj sedan Bonneville h'top sedan.

Appliance: Repairs.. FR 4-6247. C Pick R. up Thomas_ and P*. 374819GalnesvtlleFla SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of all rugs dishes Ironer stereo. tape set up for instant ,Ihung'for take ourS word New tires. Sold & srIed Fao air. Fully equipped. Factory air. Fully equipped S
odds & ends lamps
recorder.- only '
Parker Appli. Serv.; -S S kinds Si Dressmaking. Mrs. W. moving. FR'4-2024. TAKE THE KEY AND by s. $3695. $2695
C. AsbeH. 304 N.w. 17th Terre Rule
Expert'-Maor Appliance Service. MortgageBroker. 372-0453. 3388MHMA S DRIVE IT YOURSELF __ 5
.'- Prompt Efficient .. FOR SALE If Admiral 'refrigerator -

Ceurteous.m24. FHA end conventional at lowest "' 1.. 55. Phone 372-4457. approved. Many ether .
S IIII ., ... Rule l
current rates. Terms to 25 similar bargains-over 50 1943 and: HAWESPOWERS- .
Aui'EquipmentS years. Win gladly discuss at. no CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE ZIG ZAG "64 new coaches to-select from S 1YEARGW

of_ _' obligation.Can tomorrow.c CO. $15 W. UniversityAve. SEWING MACHINE SALE ..Also. large selection of used I 1
374-1075. We repair all CNCheL
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuiltexchanged S.S 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 WOrk tullY 'auer BRAND New se.. Up "
} Repair _kits tor I. Cabinet $19 UP. 109/0 Down
Weikar.Jacks. 'Factory authorUed FRED *; ARNOLD S Buttonhole ortachmenfs $7.
Walker Hydraulic Jack REALTOR WINDOW CLEANING Sewing Machine Service Co.U ..
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FHA AND CONVENTIONAl. $ W. Univ. 37-1075.' S PAYMENTS '
SERVICE ft SUPPLY.... U14. S. LOANS WINDOWS deaned. floors cleaned LESS .HAN RENT MOTOR co.sinec.veli.atckryder G S
*. _
houses washed Myrs. BEST costs less. Dry _
Main F. M4 T 121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH., 372-3522 and waxed. THE Best trade ollowanc -' Anything I "
experience. Free estimate clothes for less philgasfrom '
uGJi.A S 55 MORTGAGE MONEY Phone Fft 2-JMS. -. !:'Fwltgas, inc.' .Phono. 374.' tof value Open, weekdays f' to t -
w Merest. Term* to 3302. --- .
SW per cent 7 Sales & Service
S ? _Sundays 1 to Plymouth ,

AUTO GLASS is our. only busi- BUY 25 years.;- ,BUILD ,- REFINANCE S Yard Work 1943 APACHE'- camper (Eagle. SOUTHERN I"W.Will No B. Undersold I 13th St.
....:**- ftnmedtate : InstaltatMn. ." Call ,model) sleeps 4 to 4 people. Exceltent S oe Ovt-Traeloer USED_ CARS_: 2001 N.W.

free-pjckup ft deTNery.\ Add 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 FURS expert maintenance service condition. Orig. prIce- MOBILE HOMES Mai Sf. '
beauty .. value to your car. Dan Byrd for your lawns and gardens. $495.Will hke-SGL 3720257.FAN 204; N. d WARRANTY 'TELEPHONE FR 6-7515

S MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. please caa 31"107.CHARUS 20" guaranteed Dominionfan BROKERS INC. S FR 2-2561
GLADYS Smith Realtor PItA ,
3B1 H.W. 4th StJFR 4-255. WORSHEM specializing with portable stand new In ., S
I and conventional loans. Low Fit 2- 22W S. Pine St.. Ocala: ,Fla.Phono .
to 25 In lawn mewing, edging o pnm- Sept. 1943., $aL Phono .. -
ADVERTISE THE I rates. Terms years. 1223 .. '_ ., ;>F- .,.11 CS
... ..F. e-194 enytiIM.'j c.:21tJ. -
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f W" MECEDES iaa $),100. '39HUlman 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon Da, radio neater,'PB t, PS.. air AUTO SALES SPRING" t
S42S. Both In excellent cond. Drive It. Phone 372-934.
Air conditioned auto. trans FR 2-1411 1007 N. Mai. St.
Mtt Grand Prix. A/C M. CMtjltfeq. ,FR M8&1PRIVATE .
P/B. radio a. neater three seats. 323 NW 15th St. *.. FR 2-63U I
P.W. Radio Mellie. $400 down white side walls -4400 miles Of I
and take over payments. FR MM OLDS. 2 dr. air. less than 5 mos. old. S100 cash. FOR SALE 62 Corvette. 4 speed. Courtesy North0.fltrol Fkrkfali
" 2562'Alter 4 P JA. conditioned all power except take up payments. Call .372- sm. engine extra dean good Uaurarafry CVmolat < LargBBtIndependent .i
k windows. Needs some engine, 1m a to 5-372-5738 after. S mechanical condition. Contact
I work very clean inside a. -out.S1.AOQ PJM. Marvin Shealy. 417 NE 7th .st. N.Mafia 5.at 1611I Aft. Dealer
59 CHEVY Impala sports call 454-120. ,
f West ground apt. into of these
high performance 34 si, RI.H. one
BRING out the best hi car. BROWN
Ii SSM Cash. Ph. 4-7M1. your 46 FORD. '5 passenger business S
- Superior Auto painting & body CONVERTIBLE, '63 Butdc. Beige. coupe. red aV white leather Interior -
BABY blue 1'5/ T-Blfd fug pows work. Fast dependable service every extra even air. Private body solid 53 flathead ADVERTISE\ IN THE: 1030 E. Uaiv.FR "u"
i. er .Including factory alr.Condl.Honing. free pickup delivery WRIGHTS Individual must settle estate. new WW tires radio ti heater. 2-3582 i
New tire. Ph. FR 2- BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. FR 2-7000 nights Si weekends. 7 Call 372-7736 days or after 5P.M. SERVICE DIRECTORY i .nJ Spriftf driving wil rinr wore Joy
227S after .
$ 5:30 p.m.f' FR -707. N. W. 36th St. 374002.wmw PAINT JOB
to yov. Test-drive any car you desire. Check than

Over carefully. A pleased customer it our best Iwdv.rtsm.nt
,.,, vt v. Spring Special SAVE YOUR MONEY THIS EASTER! .
: dU? '
}!;; f 1t : '. .' .v wlH: .and ple.S4.f customers la
>:,'" : ",,;t. :WE ;,tfC. f.''", DOWN PAYMENT
''f SEtlLING" 'JIE,> "'>''''; ';':r '''''" < NO our business. ;

A ,,{ $3995 57 CHEV. .............................. $8 wk. \
H TTESr Bel-Air 2-dr. hardtop V-t radio & heater. 'U VW Deluxe bus, 3- M BUICK 4-dr.. hardtop (
( "
irtfING' INf"Y: WN- 56' CHEV. .::. ...................... $8 wk. scat 000. wagon rear window, lust ever curtins 14" radio.automatic, heater transmission power ,
"" ; h P Jf.y z :.w.Y" ./f v.+',c/ t V.f'a:' : f-i i ;:-l /.;F""N'""" ./; < f= ". m. /: "< { HAWES- .. ..
v. radio t. heater.

' .,'m' : t" :t' 'tN"E"'N'W" <' POWERSBody 57 FORD ..........................'... $7 wk., 13.sedan BUICK power Clcctra steering, 4-dr. BUICK 4-dr. hardtop*, \
wagon power brakes air con solid white. Factory air. \
.. -4;" y: ,,, .' 55 MERCURY....................... $7 wk.4dr. dltloned. beige.......with.....match. ceno\, power steerlno...
SUM brakes. radio i.
L .' power '
fJ$?' LL; '" Shop V-t heater .............. $1545
58 CH EY. ........ ................... $8 wk.4dr. \
611 SW 3rd St. Vat (3 BUICK Special 4-lr. sedan i

FR 2-0538 60 E. FORD ..................'.......... $8 wk. vinyl Interior V-t engine......deluxe$21 5 M with BUICK green Interior wagon power whit. 1 i
Angtla Clean steering! power brakes..
r "r radio a, heater vacation f
C 25 More to Choose From! (3 VW. Radio black
.................... .SliM :i
ewwaun: CHAMP-WITH THE Sun Want Ads I I St BUICK 4dr. sedan radio .
commmra. LOOK Motors ,
COLEMAN I heater automatic
43 BUICK LeSabre 4-dr. ....................? tm JI i
Get Results I I sedan, air conditioning. .- 1 1I
302 NW 8th ,AVE. FR 6-1451 I I power brakes, steering radio & tteater power 99 PORD 4dr. sedan. V-t.-

I extra Teal blue clean with....white.... $325 too. helter standard...shHt........radio... $71& '

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.q 12 CORVAIR 700 4-door St CHEV Impala *4r.
sedan, radio & heater ,
!I ...... auhardtop power steerlno i
., : tomatic ,.. $145 power brakes air conditioning ,

k :......,...radio.......&...heater$1141
I I (2 XKE- JAGUAR-J-dr. I

hardtop........,..only.......one.....In $4ltSil town Sf MERC 4-dr. hardtop ,.
: 4- automatic transmission

r and FALCON Wage, deluxe power brakes ..steering.....!.......power tS t I.
vinyl trim radio a \
heater air cond. solid
white X clean $1545 5* OLDS 4dr. hardtop ,
e automatic transmission, ..
power steering power
<1 FALCON 4-dr. sedan, brakes. radio & heater t

FAR MORE THAN A COIt PACT-YET COMPACT KEETER heater standard check shift this r.dlo"one tor no.....puff......but......runs..... good SitS f
PRICED value ............... SMS

<1 VALIANT V-200 1-dr. i II
Htop, 31.000 miles white :'
63 FORD with red.Interior automatic $115 I t

Galaxie'500 4-dr., fully equip- 57 CADILLAC 4-dr. hardtop ........................ tMS

transmission ped i including radio Cruise-O-Matie, heater and $ 57 BUICK 2-dr. hardtop.............................. $451 I A S
power steering. Finished in 57 MERCURY 4-dr. sedan .......................... $la ,J'
beautiful blue. See this car
and you'll Just love it! 57 BUICK 4-dr. hardtop as Is .................... $125 4

57 PLYMOUTH Conv. needs paint .................. $3M
\ 62 FORD
tvS 57 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. sedan .:........................ $411 .
DELIVERY 57 CHEVROLET 2-dr. sedan V-t, standard shin $51

,,.. Victory radio, heater 2-dr., power equipped steering with! \ti \ M BUICK 2-dr. hardtop .............................. SUI \

CRANE LINCOLN MERCURY Cruise- 0 -Matic transmission.Finished :. . ...........
.1":1:. in sharp bronze and 1795 5* OLDS, 2-dr. hardtop ... .... .. ... SMI }:

:,1 white. Reduced for this sale 55 CHEV 2dr. sedan .......................-....... I" !t

516 E. University i Ave. Phone FR 2-4251 N .
OPEN 8.6:30

61 FORD ..j FRIDAY TIL 9 1

.. 4-dr., radio heater. Fine _.. 1i i
fished in white and red. See MELlON MOTORS I
11 Shaw and Keeter for this excellent .
,value! The'price can
$11. 9 5
1 be compared with anyone's
: [anywhere. 703 North Main Street FR 6-7571
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63 VW-$1595

Sedan 1-Owner, low mileage black finish. Whitewall
60 CHEVROLET2dr. tires.

*: I hardtop V-8 engine automatic 63 PONTIAC . $2995
IN THE transmission, radio heater. This Impalais $1345 ,
finished in solid black. Now only: Catalina 2-dr. hardtop factory air, power steering, power
brakes, automatic transmission radio heater, power
seats solid white with red interior. 1-Owner 23.000
actual miles.


62 FORD . $12954dr.
wagon, fully equipped including
radio heater automatic transmission ., Galaxie. Rodio heater 30,000 miles, l-Owntr. '
steering. Finished in attractive white with blue interior
.:: power Real roominess and comfort for $695
yellow. :

.'., ...::-;:.".. .... : LINE"2dcerAngna [ ] : "'..: you afford and to your pass family up. at a price you can't SPECIAL OF THE WEEKEND I

.. ; 60 PONTIAC $1295

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 9.passenger station wagon. V-8, automatic trans }
mission, radio heater, power steering and brakes

E MB E 61 FORD .. . $1395
fiJ e,!. X MONTH ,

SERVICE PLAN Ranch wagon. factory air cond., radio heater power
steering and power brakes V-8 engine automatic
I LOW DOWN transmission white with red interior. 3$,000 actual
miles. -Owner.
.mac PAYMENT --

+d 4a v EASY TERMS 61 CHEVROLET $1295,

d x .WARBA? 4-dr., sedan automatic transmission, radio heater
white wall tires. Extra clean.

58 FORD2dr.
SAT. TIL 6 't- .

"Tlial'f ., 6-cyUnder, radio heater. This
rieb.ll Our can WE WILL NOT M OPEN
are thrifty to buy and thrifty to ownaskany : THIS EASTER SUNDAY ,
and comfort automobile is finished
English Ford Line economy .
owner and he'll certainly agree. Prices in attractive white and red. Thereare $445 Come by.and meet There eourtaou satom*! L. L Hlnaiv
range from a modest $1,532 for our trim iNot bad for Bud Thompson, Bvford Crimean R. G. Clifton P. p. Tuna-
a ..
tall Tom McEacftera.
niany. good miles left in this
car that has as standard equipment floor-mounted, four-speed many .
gearbox a raHyrbred four-cylinder OHV performance engine. all- car

vinyl trim and electric windshield wipers. And lets not forget its 61 COMET . '$895: ,
excellent gas mileage and Ford-built quality service features which 56 DODGE
1-Owner low mileage standard: shift economy car.
low .
help provide -coat it's
operation.A11-, quite a fantastic little _:"
car you've simply got to see and drive it., .
'. ; 4-dr., V-8 engine, radio, heater, automatic '
*S.mst .ratiajrict floridi pert af entry.State art local ,( : transmission! tutone finish. 61 PLYMOUTH $895 :
taus and local traKBWtatiM okay fa,rf..,.wtra. green $345'
Really a sharp car. Reduced for this sale 2-dr., sedan radio heater low mileage, 1-Owner.

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I "Your Friendly Ford Dealer Since1924" '

"It's Easy to Trade with Crane Motor GMC -

516 South Main Street Phone FR 6.2425 PHONE 372-0503
I 220 N.W 8th AYE. FR 2-2583

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= Selection of 6', and V-8's in all series.

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tn WE HAVE MET OUR QUOTA '63 VALIANT 2-dr. V-200, AT, H, 14,500 miles.$1795 I I3tGAINESVILLE

w The first 20 days of March. 10 Days left. Rifavay '63 AMERICAN 4-dr. AT, heater, like new............. $1325 READ ALLABOUT
t :.: Motors 1s offering the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allowances '
over! 63 VW Station Wagon, heater, only 7,000 mi. ........ $1645 IT!

YM .. '62 VW 2-dr., sun roof, real sharp .:.......................... $1395 ,, John Hipp of Gainesville Auto

:=: BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL ''62 TEMPEST-4-dr. wagon, radio ana heater, nice .... $1595 IK we Sales Volume art Is giving Sale making.cars. .History away Some.My.In.

: ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN_ 61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. wag.. ((2)) PS, PB, R, H, AT AC $1395 ; at Same Wholesale say that we art sailing

I "w BUILT CAR! '61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. Savoy, AT, R & H, V-8 ........ $995. some ask how and can below wa that see
a profit and continue to '
'61 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr. 88, PS, PB, R & H, AT, nice $1595 b at these low prices Well
, answer b VOLUME. Wa
= Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's '60 RAMBLER 4-dr. wagon, OD, heater ..................... $890 are I Northcentrel Florida's No.
Dealer and this
f. .C. $3 Million Surprise Party Coupons! '60 DODGE 4-dr., PS, PB, A/C, AT. radio&.heater... $845 AT Is buy based more on.Volume. therefore Sates. We we

'60 PLYMOUTH 2-dr. AT V-8 R H $1095 sell more which means we
i .. hardtop, & sharp I can Mil for lest Remember
: '60 NEW YORKER 4-dr. HT PS PB A/C AT R&H $1595 IM the Difference You
, RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, A/C, AT, R & H $1245 .

I .3:saV 59 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. waqon, AT, heater, V-8, nice 5795 '

j I ::: 1132 S. Main $t. FR 2-8433 58 BUICK 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/C, AT ............ S745 | 63 FORD. $1995

58 CHEVROLET 2-dr., heater, 6 cylinder, economical 5M45 Fairlant SOD, 4-dr., V-8. automatic, radio & heater.

57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr., HT, ((2)) AT, R & H, nice ..... $395 CHEVROLET I '

R Shopping for 64 Corvette $4995

Sting Ray Cpe.. loaded Including: factory air.
ww $$$ SPECIAL $$$

: 'a'used car '63 PLYMOUTH FURY 4-dr. hardtop, power.steering. radio I '62 CHEV.,. '. $2195

J f. -- & heater, automatic, V-8, air conditioning. '53 CHEVROLETGood .
Impala, Convertible, V-8r power steering Power
E ..Start.. .here. : $2895 second car. glide, radio &..heater.
= 4) VW Sedan, Sunroof, radio '
& other accessories Immaculate 58 CHEV. $595
.. .................. SUM I
::: (3 VW Sedan excellent condition. 63 CORVAIR Biscoyne 2-dr., V-8 automatic, radio & heater.
j Turquoise 1155X
'A VW Sedan, like Tur- $$$ SPECIAL $$$ 4-speed, maroon with matching interior, white walls,
.. quolse ................pew..... $115 radio & heater. '63 \l\4'$1595
60 OLDSMOBILE 2-door automatic brakes heater.
:: 41 VW. Sunroof pastel blue. : power .$2188
radio fc whitewalls S1245
f $1045 Radio heater and whitewalls. Like new.
61 VW. Sedan let black. Full '
ly reconditioned .......... $1145- 62 FORD '
64 Pontiac SAVE $
: 41 VW Station wagon, $135 Ranchwogon, blue & white with matching interior, stand-
41 VW Karmaon Ghla, clean ard trans.
\ Showroom
h : and runs like new .... JH S 1 YEAR G.W. WARRANTYSEE new.
.. $1488
only 12.000 miles
: White with red Interior.. S34W |'
63 CAD.$4995Loaded
E Frank Gray, Pete Compton, Mac McCullough, Wilbur Sligh Black & white with matching interior). V-8, automatic like new.

, :: .... COMPACTS trans., heater. One-owner. '
1-Y "We Will Not Be Undersold or Out-Tioded" I I $588 | FALCON $1595

I I :.. S CAMPING TRAILER Future. Sport Coupe, radio & heater.

, ore. Hawes Powers Motor Co. '62 CORVAIRFawn '

= Finish here: @J with red interior, standard: trans., radio & heater. 63 FORD$2895GalaxJe

: f MILLER-BROWN wTiweaa Plymouth-Valiant-Chrysler-Simco, Sales and Service 500, 4-dr. hardtop, bucket seats PS & PB,
2 a &.P < auto., radio & heater.
, 312 N. Main Street Phone FR 6.3400 '61 TR-3
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, = I _I &Roadster heater., red with; black interior! 4 speed, radio 63 Pontiac $3595Bonneville

R I $1288 4-dr. hardtop, auto., factory air, PS, PB,
radio & heater.

I '63 CHEVROLETWhite '59 Pontiac $1395

with turquoise interior* excellent.cond.., V8, automatic Bormcvill 4-dr.
; hardtop, auto., PS & PB, radio &
; .. trans., heater power steering & brakes. heate,. I

. $1788 I

.. '63 CHEVROLET '62 Mercury $1795

Meteor 4-dr. sedan, auto., radio & heater, PS & PB.
sr Impala white with blue! Interior, extra clean, 4 dr., V-8
automatic trans., air conditioning, radio, heater, power '
l. steering & brakes. 63 FALCON $1595

$2788 2-dr., deluxe, heater, standard trans.


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2-dr., Custom,' automatic, radio & heater V-8.

/59 OPEL 'CHEVY $2895Impala
2 dr., grey with matching Interior.
$188 heater. 4-dr. hardtop, V-8, PS, automatic, radio &

(Mr. Barkley) went to the ROOTES factory in England. "He said take care of the busi '
62 VOLVOBlack
ness". and we are really going to surprise him. Young Billy Barkley started chopping prices, MOST DEALERS PAY
giving huge trade-ins, and FINANCING ANYBODY & EVERYTHING! Dad will be back soon white Interior. 4 speed with heater.
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<64< FORD .. .. $3995 62 FORD .. .. $1995 61 CORVAIR $1099 61 FORD .. :. $1795 60 CHEVY ... $1595 $2788 '
.X-L 501V this car Is loaded !Including 4-dr sedan, equipped with au- Rampslde pickup truck. Really Ur Galaxll 500. Automatic:. 62
factory air conditioning. tomatic:, power steering, radio. a sharp truclc. You lust cart air conditIoned, radio tlelter. Impala ,4-dr radio automatic, heater, powersteering Been | T-BIRD $3195
Low mileage. There Is real heater. Yes If s air conditioned I buy better anYYt'herL A really sharp car ready to go. .
savings here, a practically tool A good car that Is ready as a pi" '54 CHEVROLET 2-dr. hardtop, loaded .
new car. to go. 61 OLDS ... .. $2195 61 CHRYSLER $11595 59 RENAULT .. .. $595Dauphtne. factory air
63 T-BIRD .. .. $3995 62 CADILLAC .. $3695 'equipped 9r hardtop Including coupe automatic, fully; equipped Newport. Including 2dr, Mrdtopa air eondl fully' Here Is real econ I'i ton truck, Cabin chassis. '2 speed axle, new tires. '
h Fully equipped Including air 4-dr fully equipped, Including DOwer steering. brakes, radio. tlonlng. See this to appreciate omy. A good second car. $588 63 FORD. $2695
conditioning.",Brand new tires. air conditioning 15.000 actualmiles. Plus factory air conreal specl.l. .
A beautiful earl You can check with the dittoninp 59 HILLMAN ..... $595
original owner. See this like Galaxie 500 4-dr.
61 DODGE $1195 automatic PS radio & heater.
2-dr.63 PONTIAC Hardtop iuit. equipped$2995 new beauty. 151 CORVAIR $1195 Lancer 2-dr III.:'autom.tic: Check this little'car out today. '62 FORDGalaxie
Including power steering/I 62 CHEVROLET ,$1999 7rH 4-dr, low mneage. Real rldlo. heater dean II a Pin.It's '
brakes, automatic radio, Convertible, automatic, clean. See this one to hardtop solid black interior, V-8 Automatic | $1595
heater power ao60 59 CHEVY ...... .$745 62CHEVY
white wall tires PLUS factory steering radio, heater a real predate I nil fine buyl CHEVY ... $1595 trans, radio, air conditioning & power steering.
.ir. This car Is lust like new. nice car. Now's the time to Convertl le. automatic, power Station wagon automatic radio .
buy that convertible steering, radio tlelter. A GOOd Mater Save yourself some ,$1988 Bel-Air: 2dr., "6", standard trans., heater.
63 FORD ... .. $2395 clean convertible. See this one money on this one.
Gaiaxle 500 2-dr hardtop, automatic 62 VALIANT $1295 OPEN today
power steering, radio. 4-dr, V-200 series. radio .heat 59 BUICK .... .. $1095 '
heater white wall tires. Save er. A real sharp car. 150 CHEVY .. $1495 60 CHEVROLETWhite 64 FORD.$3195Galaxie
hundreds of dollars here a 4-dr, automatic, radio heater,
62 CHEVROLET $1695 ; itt''s me a "Recd Pa
63 CORVETTE $3995 2-dr. V-l engine automatic mat her counts. power steering and brakes. with gray interior, V-8. automatic trans., radio. 500 2-dr. hardtop, V-8, Crusematie, PS,
Sting RayO40 HP.'engine. 2- transmission, power steering TODAY 58 LINCOLN .... .$995 & heater. 0 radio &heater.
tops, 44nthe-floor transmission radio and heater. The very 150 -BIRD .... $1995
radio heater, white wall tires. cleanest one In Gainesville. 4-dr hardtop, fully equipped Including $388
Your chancel 62 SUNBEAM $1795 conditlotning.Loaded 'Inducting m is :'brycI'air factory air conditioning. |'60, FORD $1095

63 Impala CHEVROLET sports coupe,. equipped$2595 Alpine beauty sports Is extra car.dean This little and 2 6 P.M. Inside It todayl.nd 01f' See and drive 57 CADILLAC I .... $n5 '63 VALIANT2dr. ,

with power steering, automatic ready to. of Loaded Including factory .>. Ranch Wagon power. steering & brakes, automatic,
transmission radio, 'heater, a 62 CHEVY.. $2095 60 BORWARD .. $ 595 conditioning. .. hardtop, white with red Interior bucket. seats. I radio'fir heater.
real sharp car! 4 to choose froml impala 4-dr station wagon. All excellent 6 cylinder automatic, heater & air cond..
61 FALCON ... $1195 burl
sedan, 57 FORD .. ..... t
63 FORD .. ... $2395 automatic, transmission 2-dr. real clelA. ell. w. art $195 '
Galaxie 500. 4-dr. fully equipped er.power Come steering get your radio choice and while heatready to move this one. and 60 OPEL ....... $n5 Good fishing are $2288 59 Cadillac $2095Fleetwood
o Including automatic transmitthe selection. Is still good we will trade tight) 2dr, 11.000 actual mnes. The
sion power steering, radio, spare has never been on the 57 FORD ....... $495
heater white wall tires. Com 62 TRIUMPH $1795 151 CORVAIR .. $1195 ground. LIke new. '62 CHEVROLETConvertible 4-dr., loaded including factory air.i
pare the quality and price on TR-l lust like new In every respect 4dr '100'. low, low mileage. 2-dr: radio heater Real dean
this car anywhere In the state except price This Is a real CIOrtunlty for 150 TK-3 $1395 runs good. A good buyl creme with matching interior. Super Sports. "Many More To Choose From"WE
63 CHEVROLET $2595 62 CORVAIR ... $1695 you to save save' This You fine give Iltlttlto Yourself earl to lee 56 LINCOLN ..... $495 V-8. automatic, radio & heater, air cord, power win-
It Is km
equipment.hardtop Is Full, 'fine factory Monza sion radio 4-dr.heater.4-speed tr.nsrnteat 61 MERCURY ., $115.95 maculate inside and outally equipped including factory dows. Like new. SELL TO
car at I price you cant afford good economy with a sporty 2-dr hardtop: power steer.ng.
to turn down flair IUfomatIc.: ad A lINter, sir 60 SUNBEAM .. $1299 $2588
62 FORD .. .. $1895 61 FALCON... $1195 conditioned pretty s good Alpine.bargain.extra Clellt" A real 55 CADILLAC... $595 i SELL AGAIN
.. Loaded.
4-dr sedan fully equipped In- 2dr. sedan. We have cut this 61 FALCON. .. $1195
-tudig automatic transmission price so low that It can't last 4-dr. radio helter.. 60 FIAT ...... $1095 "Scrviof KitbceBtraI Florida for ever 25 "
S sham
power steering lIVId radio and long so you better hurry UttIe car well worth more Spider this car b dean and 55 LORD ....... $495 (NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED)
I heater. See this car today 61 BUICK. ... $1895 money rHcty to 110 todayl Convertible.I See this one to
62 CHEVROLET .. $2495 LeSabre 4-dr automatic transmission 61 MERCURY $1795 60 MERCURY. $1395 I'appreciate a i dean older carl
2 to choose from. 2-dr brakes, +dr -GAINESVILLE
Impala power steering sea ale. air eorlditioned.
Super Sport fully equipped Including radio heater. Take a good 4-dr station waor- automatic. power Drake. 51 FORD ....... $145 UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET
factory air conditioning. long look at this beauty. Irs Dower steering. power. brakes. automatic tranmisslon Clan A good fishing. car.
Take your choke. |lust like new. air Land. radio'Meter Sharpl and sharp

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Salvation j4imyBoar3 Ft. Lauderdale and

: Of Aid for Unwed MothersA The annual report of the Cocktail LoungesBars
Gainesville branch of the Salvation

j.;',, plan to aid the more than ]1 has"been so great from other Army was given by the Hotels
: unwed mothers of I citites in Florida ,to establish a commander of the Gainesville MOTELSRESTAURANTS
i. was presented last week| Salvation Army unwed mothers installation, Captain Guy D.
Built of Bottles' the first' annual,, luncheonmeeting home that the Army is currently Smith. The report stated that
: of the Gainesville Advisory'Board planning to extend its facili- the Army had spent over $20- TAVERNSFor
'of the Salvation ties. To expand however, Stout 000 carrying on its work in

(Editor's Note: The author Army, by Lt Colonel Harold E.j pointed out that the Army will Gainesville last year. All Your Glassware

is a junior journalism student Divisional Commander of need an additonal$500,000 in the New officers of the Gaines NEEDS CALL
at the University of Florida. Salvation Armies Florida current year.Another ville Advisory Board were installed -

He selected alcoholism as a program the Army is at the meeting. The new SPENCECHEMICAL

topic needing interpretative According to Colonel Stout, engaged in is the building of re- officers are Sheriff J. M. Cre-I SUPPLY CO.
reporting to Floridians.) the Salvation Army gives shelter habilitation centers for men who vasse, Jr., chairman A. Pierre

By MIKE POWERi Jr.'r, and in Florida care to annually.280 unwed The moth-army need to work their: way back to Vidal, vice chairman; A. E. Ad-II FR 2-2186

Lock the doors and bring out operates two houses for un- respectable society. The reha- kins, Jr., secretary and Earl Deliver Within the Hour
bilitation centers located in Hardee, treasurer.
the bottle. wed mothers, one in Jackson- are i
It is alcoholism. vile and another in Tampa.
Inside is purgatory, concocted.
of frustration and fantasy, andt" '"The number of people we ANNOUNCING
frailty. care for,is just a scratch on,the
,- The experts agree-silent and surface of,'the total number of .
: secret drinking is one way to unwed mothers, Stout com .
solve the frustrations of this mented.
is A.A. itself. -a sure-fire "cure" does not
world.is symptomatic But compulsive of personality drinking The Avon Park Center lookson exist, but"the disease can be I Accordint to Stout-the demandANYWHERE REDFRANKS REALESTATE
disorders that a million bottles the disease as partly biological -
cannot cure. but more mental. It attemptsto I -heavy drug treatment is I r
The alcoholic is building a help the patient during a 28- bad; it merely. gives the alcoholic \ E !
world, bottle by bottle. It is fan'"':!- *- n?riod_ of psychotherapy, I another "crutch." ..Your I
tasy and it is comfortable. But psychiatric ,and psychological -the alcoholic must admit his SatisfactionAlways j
suddenly the bubble bursts, and assistance, medical treatment, trouble and should comply to Assured
the alcoholic faces two problems group activities and community- group therapy.The .
like life. Florida Alcoholic Rehab-!
1. The emotional conflict t, Alcoholics Anonymous, the ilitation Program spent $601,200in Q
which led'to drink. Center doctors and psychiatrists the fiscal year 196263. Out 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. ; "MULTIPLE
2. The illness, alcoholism.The agree on many concepts of the of that, $523,950 came from tax Phone FR 6.2514; 11 LISTING
small and comfortable disease. Among these are: on alcoholic beverages and was fS1 A'S REALTORS"CLAUDE <
world has suddenly! exploded -alcoholism has no single deposited with the Alcoholic Rehabilitation -
cause. Center at Avon.
into a whole cos '
He struggles with a hangover Auxiliary Plans The total state revenue from 3
F on every wakening. He cannot tax on spirituous beverages,
lift his head without violent nau- Tribute To beer and wine during the same SALE PRICES
sea, dizziness, shuddering tre- DoctorsAlachua period was $51,770,000.An .
mors all over his body and a County alcoholic can never be
blaring cacophony of sounds in County's Medical "cured," experts agree. In this
his ears. He sees a bright flashing Auxiliary will pay tribute to the case the cliche is true "Oncean WITH OUR EVERYDAY
of colored lights. His legs county's physicians tomorrowby alcoholic, always an alcoho-
won't support his body. He can- observing Doctor's Day. li c." Rentals
not wash his face or brush his The custom of honoring physicians But his disease can be "ar- LOW DISCOUNTS
teeth because of the shakes. living and dead, .dates rested" to the point where he Residential ,
Once the alcoholic knows the back to 1935 when the National can lead a nearly normal life.
bottle has him licked, he must Woman's Auxiliary recom- Commercial '

get help, go insane or die. mended that each state select a OF 385 FIRMS ., ot "
He,can go to a physician,'who day to commemorate the ocas- l Farms -
might refer him to Alcoholics surveyed. 268 carried some
ion.In form of Crime Insurance. Do :;
Anonymous or the State Alcoholic 1944 Florida's The Furniture Manufacturers '; ; Acreage
Auxiliary you fall'in that 70%? If not. I :; '' .
Rehabilitation Center at designated April 30 as the day cal us for a'survey If you lii1",t"M.J". ,, J
...... Appraisals ;
:>" : >to
do still able to
Avon Park.A. ,to pay tribute to, its doctors, combine may Crime Insurancewith Myrtle Lassiter, Wm. "Bill" Harris
A. views alcoholism as any and it specifically honored Dr other your at Associate
coverages a sav Associate
other disease, such as diabetesor John Gorrie, a prominent Apalachicola SAMPLE HOUS .
tuberculosis. It seeks to "ar- doctor who pioneered ings.HAYTHORNE REDFRANKS REALESTATEClaude
rest the disease" through fel- modem air conditioning.The .
lowship with other alcoholicsand .Alachus Auxiliary changed INSURANCE AGENCY South Main St at SW \3th St M. "Red" Franks, Realtor, Registered' Broker *
an appeal to "a power to March 30 following policy 107 N. Main FR 2-1433 7 NE.. FIRST ST. 376-0817
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